06/22/06

News-7 at 6


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Police in Blacksburg found a bomb
inside an apartment this morning.
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And investigators say the man who
warned them about the explosive device
is the same one who put it there.
TAKE SIRIWARDENA MUGSHOT TAKE MUGSHOT

21-year old Janaka Nuwan Kumara
Siriwardena juh-NACK-uh NEW-wan
coo-MARR-uh sear-uh-war-DEEN-uh of
Sterling is facing numerous charges
including making an explosive device,
burglary and filing a false police
report.
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GRAPHIC=NONE Police say he planted the bomb


and a substance believed to be cocaine
inside the apartment.

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New River Valley Bureau Chief
Rachel DePompa actually tracked down
one of the people who lives in the
apartment where the bomb was found.

Do they know why this happened
Rachel?

LIVE=Rachel Full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG live Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com Not really K/J, even police don't Blacksburg have a motive yet.

The roommate I talked to is just
subleasing for the summer and has seen
Siriwardena around, but doesn't know
him.

All the three roommates know
right now is, that police may have
saved their lives when they busted
through their front door.

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INQ=It was like




*CG 2line Muhammad Mansoor

:00


*CG locator Blacksburg
:12


*CG standup Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com
:53
*CG 2line Capt. Kim Crannis (QUICK!!!!!!)
Blacksburg Police Dept.
1:04 QUICK!!!



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INQ=It was like MUHAMMAD MANSOOR: 12:40:00:00 IT WAS


LIKE AN EXPERIENCE YOU SEE ON TV. AND
IT'S HAPPENING TO YOU. I WAS EXCITED.
(LAUGHS) :06

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OQ=i was excited.



Excited but also terrified. Muhammad
Mansoor has only lived in this
apartment for a month and he never
expected to have police kick in his
front door and gas him at 4:30 in the
morning.



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INQ=I thought it was MANSOOR: 12:38:09:00 I THOUGHT IT WAS


LIKE SOMETHING WRONG WITH ME. THEN I
SAW THEM COMING WITH THE LIGHT AND
STUFF AND THEN JUST TOLD ME TO RAISE MY
HANDS. THEY HANDCUFFED ME AND THEY JUST
TOOK ME OUTSIDE :20

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OQ=me outside.



Mansoor sat outside with two other
roommates while police executed a
search warrant.

Detectives soon found the explosive
device and drugs underneath a window.

The State Police bomb squad safely
disabled the device and after
interviewing the roommates police
believed

INSERT MUGSHOT HERE

the man who came to their station and
told them about the bomb, was the one
who put it there.

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INQ=Blacksburg Police RACHEL DEPOMPA: STANDUP: 12:34:59:00


BLACKSBURG POLICE EVEN HAD TO EVACUATE
AND CORDON OFF THEIR OWN PARKING LOT IN
FRONT TO THEIR BUILDING BECAUSE THE
SUSPECTS CAR WAS PARKED RIGHT HERE AND

THEY SAY INSIDE WERE SOME OF THE
MATERIALS USED TO MAKE THE BOMB. :10

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OQ=make the bomb.



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INQ=This was an isolated incident KIM CRANNIS: 12:30:55:00 THIS WAS AN


ISOLATED INCIDENT AND HOPEFULLY NOT
ONE THAT WE WILL SEE AGAIN. :00

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OQ=see again.



Monsoor was still in shock, but says he
has no hard feelings against the
Blacksburg Police, he says they treated
him very well, and were just doing
their job.



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INQ=Do you fee like MUHAMMAD MANSOOR: 12:43:03:00 DO YOU


FEEL LIKE THEY SAVED YOU LIFE..
(LAUGHS) I HAVEN'T THOUGHT OF IT,
PROBABLY YEA THEY DID. THEY PROBABLY
SAVED MY LIFE. THEY DID A REALLY GOOD
JOB :11

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OQ=good job.



LIVE=Rachel full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG liveloc Blacksburg

Mansoor says he's like to get
some rest,


He couldn't go back to sleep
after all the excitement this morning
and even missed a class.

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Siriwardena is held at the
Montgomery County jail without bond.
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GRAPHIC=MW Manufacturers M-W Manufacturers in Rocky Mount


will soon add nearly 200 jobs, as it
expands its facilities in Franklin
County.

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*CG locator Rocky Mount

The announcement came today in
Rocky Mount.

M-W managers say the company will
invest 23-million dollars in the Rocky
Mount plant and add 175 jobs as the
plant expands.

The Virginia facility competed
against two others in New Jersey and
North Carolina for the multi-million
dollar investment.

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INQ=Because of the




*CG 2line Lynn Morstad
MW Manufacturers, Inc. President @18:24:00

LYNN MORSTAD: BECAUSE OF THE SUCCESS
THAT WE HAVE HAD IN OUR ROCKY MOUNT,
FRANKLIN COUNTY FACILITIES THIS WAS
CERTAINLY ONE OF OUR FIRST PRIORITIES.

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OQ=first priorities.





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The company will begin moving
equipment into what was once the Lane
Furniture building and expects the
expansion to be complete within the
next six months.

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GRAPHIC=VA Budget Imagine watching a pie being sliced


up wondering how big of a piece will
come your way..and wondering if ANY

will be left for you?

That's how non-profit agencies
around the state look at the state
budget.. That 72 billion dollar pie is
huge.

. but when it comes to non profits some
get a larger slice than others...


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VO-NAT The New Art Museum will receive well


over one and half million dollars.

Center in the Square- and the
Explore Park.. 200 thousand
dollars...each-----



75 thousand each goes to the
Harrison Museum... and to Mill Mountain
Theater

40 thousand dollars is alloted for
Mill Moutain Zoo.. 20 thousand for the
Roanoke Symphony.

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GRAPHIC=Mill Mt. Zoo Most agencies ask for more than


they receive... Mill Mountain Zoo
requested 200 thousand dollars... but
it will only see 40 thousand.. How

does that affect the zoo that's already
dealing with debt?

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INQ=










*CG locator Roanoke
05
*CG 2line Sean Greene
Mill Mountain Zoo Director
24

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INQ=AS YOU CAN SEE 02:48:57



NAT SOT AS YOU CAN SEE THE CONDITION IS


A LITTLE OLD SCHOOL I'D CALL IT.

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OQ=I'D CALL IT Mill Mountain's new zoo director...


would like nothing more than to revamp
outdated exhibits... but....

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INQ=IT'S NOT CHEAP 02:49:23 SEAN GREENE; IT'S NOT CHEAP TO


CREATE THE TYPE OF AESTHETIC QUALITY

THAT'S NOT ONLY FOR THE PUBLIC BUT ALSO
FOR THE ANIMALS....

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OQ=FOR THE ANIMALS The 40 thousand dollars in the


state's two year budget for the zoo..
isn't quite what Sean Greene had hoped
for.....

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INQ=IN THE PAST 03:12:26



GREENE IN THE PAST WE HAVE RECEIVED
ABOUT 80 THOUSANDS IN THE PAST ABOUT 80
THOUSAND DOLLARS FROM THE STATE... IT'S
HARD TO SAY WHAT HAPPENED MAYBE WE WERE
OVERLOOKED FOR SOME REASON.

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OQ=FOR SOME REASON The money is also much less than


some other Virginia zoos will
receive... for example Maymont Park
which includes a zoo in Richmond is
slated to get 600,000 thousand dollars.

Greene says the 40 thousand
dollars WILL help the zoo pay down debt
from the winter... when the zoo is
staffed but visitors don't come out...

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INQ=we're at a critical 03:09:58 ONE OF THE THINGS PEOPLE DON'T


KNOW ABOUT THE ZOO WE ARE 365 DAYS
STAFFED RUNS 07




or 02:56:44

GREENE: WE'RE AT A CRITICAL JUNCTURE
RIGHT NOW TO TRY AND GET OURSELVES ON
OUR FEET RUNS 04

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OQ=on our feet. what the cash WON'T be able to


do... bring in more new exhibits like
Nina... the zoo's new Cougar..

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INQ= nat sound??



perhaps either 02:50:35 henry henry
there we go

or

02:50:45 what a good girl whatcha
doing...



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OQ= Despite that Greene is proud-


saying ticket sales are up-

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INQ=WE'RE DOING BETTER 03:10:49



GREENE: ONE OF THE THINGS THATS HELPED
IS NEW COUGAR PEOPLE HAVE SEEN A CHANGE
AROUND THE ZOO IT LOOKS BETTER. WE'VE
PAINTED. WE'VE DONE SOME THINGS ON A
SMALL BUDGET TO REALLY MAKE THIS MORE
APPEALING.

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OQ=MORE APPEALING >>



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GRAPHIC=HOLD The zoo's operating budget is


nearly 700 thousand dollars- about half
comes from ticket sales and private
donations.

The zoo which is on city property
received only about 28 thousand dollars
last year in funding from the city.
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GRAPHIC=VA Budget One lawmaker believes the


Harrison Museum could get more state
money if it moved.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
File Tape Delegate Onzlee Ware says the
museum of African American culture
needs to decide whether it can survive
in its current location- -and decide
soon.

The museum is located on Harrison
Avenue, but Ware believes it would be
better served in a place that gets more
foot- traffic.

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INQ=In any museum you




*CG 2line Del. Onzlee Ware

(D) Roanoke 5:26:07 DEL. ONZLEE WARE/(D) ROANOKE:


IN ANY MUSEUM YOU CAN HAVE THE BEST
EXHIBITS IN THE WORLD, BUT IF YOU DON'T
HAVE PEOPLE COMING IN TO SEE THEM,
PAYING A MODEST AMOUNT OF ADMISSION
IT'LL SOON DIE AND FOR SOMEBODY NOT TO
SEE YOUR GREAT WORKS, YOU KNOW, THAT'S
A TRAVESTY.

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OQ=you know, that's a travesty.





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There's already been discussion
about moving the museum to Center in
the Square.

Ware believes it's an option that
could help the museum thrive.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD Lynchburg also found itself on the


short end of the recent budget debate,
when lawmakers voted not to send any
state money to help overhaul the city's
sewer system.

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VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

The Hill City is spending close to
300 million dollars to bring its sewer
and rainwater systems up to federal
standards.

The state has routinely given money
to help that cause, but this year
funded only sewer work in Richmond.

Governor Tim Kaine says he's
trying to find a solution by next week.

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INQ=I'm very focused




*CG 2line Gov. Tim Kaine

GOV. TIM KAINE: I'M VERY FOCUSED ON THE
NEED. IT'S GOOD FOR LYNCHBURG AND IT'S
GOOD FOR LYNCHBURG RATEPAYERS, AND IT'S
GOOD IN TERMS OF KEEPING THE JAMES
RIVER CLEAN WHICH HELPS THE CHESAPEAKE
BAY. SO THE CSO PRIORITY HERE IN

LYNCHBURG HAS A LOT OF EFFECT ON A LOT
OF THINGS AND I WANT TO MAKE SURE WE
KEEP PROGRESS GOING.

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OQ=keep progress going.





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Kaine was in Lynchburg today
addressing the annual Boys State
Convention.

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GRAPHIC=NONE A Campbell County man was


arrested after an internet sting
operation.
TAKE APRISA PIC TAKE APRISA MUGSHOT

50-year-old Gary Lee Adams of
Lynch Station faces three-charges after
Bedford County investigators say he
propositioned a deputy, who was posing
as an underage girl, for sex.

Adams was arrested and is

currently held without bond.
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GRAPHIC=Shooting A Roanoke teenager is still in


the hospital after he was shot. Police
say they responded to the call on Salem
Avenue around 11 last night. The
15-year-old had been shot and was taken
to Roanoke Memorial.

Police aren't releasing any other
information but say they're still
investigating.
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GRAPHIC=NONE Close to seven thousand acres in


Roanoke County have been invaded by
Gypsy moth larvae.

The insects have defoliated large
portions of Poor and Bent Mountains,
and residents there are concerned about
the impact on their property.

Joe Dashiell took a closer look
this morning, as county leaders told
residents how they plan to deal with

the problem.

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INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke Co.
:00


*CG 2line Karen Scott
Bent Mountain Resident
10
*CG 2line Eldon Karr
Bent Mountain Resident
:36
*CG 2line Joe McNamara
Windsor Hills Supervisor
1:00
*CG reporter Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com
1:12



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OQ=News 7 Roanoke County < (END SOT) distance, it's easy to tell where the


gypsy moth larvae have been feeding...
And up close, Karen Scott can see the
damage on her property.

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INQ=they love the white oaks first KAREN SCOTT: THEY LOVE THE WHITE OAKS


FIRST, BUT AS YOU CAN SEE THEY'RE

EATING THE APPLE, AND THAT IS A WHITE
PINE RIGHT BEHIND YOU.

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OQ=a white pine right behind you. The caterpillars have been


feasting on the foliage, stripping
trees bare... Now they're cocooning...
and will emerge as moths in July or
August to mate and lay more eggs.

Eldon Karr says the speed with
which the gypsy moth larvae have
defoliated the area has been
horrifying.

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INQ=Last night it was eery... ELDON KARR: LAST NIGHT IT WAS EERY. I


HEARD NO OWLS. I HEARD NO WHIPPORWILLS
AND OF COURSE WHERE I LIVE THAT'S VERY
COMMON. WE HEAR THEM EVERY NIGHT, LAST
NIGHT IT WAS DEAD SILENCE.

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OQ=it was dead silence If residents were hoping for


immediate action they were
disappointed... there's no point in
spraying until next Spring... but at a
community meeting county leaders said
they are taking steps to address the
problem.

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INQ=We'll be establishing JOE MCNAMARA: WE'LL BE ESTABLISING A


COUNTY COORDINATOR GYPSY MOTH

COORDINATOR TO GO OUT AND SURVEY AREAS
AND DEVELOP SPRAYING GRIDS AND THEN
WORK WITH THE VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE AND DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY
TO PUT TOGETHER A SPRAYING PROGRAM.

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OQ=put together a spraying program. For residents who have watched as


the insects have invaded their
property, that spraying program can't
come soon enough.

Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke
County>>

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JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

If you were outside at all
today... you know it was HOT... in fact
it was record-setting.

ENG#=3



VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease SUMMER CAMP HEAT
KEITH ON VO KEITH ON VO

With lots of summer camps in
full swing, we'll see how kids are
staying cool, or at least trying to...
and, more importantly, are staying safe
and healthy.
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STANDING IN FRONT OF WEATHER CENTER







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WEATHER MINI OPEN


CK-WXBUG CURRENT CONDITIONS ROUNDUP




CK-TITAN RADAR ANALYSIS




CK-WXPRO WEATHER MAPS

FORECASTS

EXTENDED FORECASTS





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KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot

We've heard a lot about
athletes and drug testing. It's a
concern- -not just for humans.

Coming up in sports, we'll see
what's being done at the Roanoke Valley
Horse Show.

ENG#=1



VO-NAT VO-NAT


JEAN ON VO JEAN ON VO *CG tease STADIUM DEMOLITION

Plus you may have noticed
the giant crane. We'll see where the
demolition of Victory Stadium stands
coming up next.
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MINI OPEN


KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Victory Stadium Victory Stadium continues to come


down- bit by bit, piece by piece.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Today wrecking crews continued to
remove cement posts from the stands.

Workers are trying to bring down
all wood structures before major work
begins.

A large crane was brought in to
facilitate that work.

According to a city engineer -
the crane will be used in major
demolition work which is scheduled to
begin next week.
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KEITH on GFX KEITH ON GFX


And don't forget, we have a
webcam at Carilion Roanoke Memorial
Hospital. It's trained on the stadium
24-7 and on our website at
wdbj7-dot-com.
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GRAPHIC=NONE It's the time of year when many kids


head to summer camp. And that often
means spending lots of time outdoors.


ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Fincastle

But on days like today... camps have
to take extra precautions to protect
children from the effects of the heat.

At the Church of the Brethren's Camp
Bethel... all staff members are trained
in first aid and CPR and on how to
recognize the signs of heat related
illness.

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INQ=We hear hot day





*CG 2line Barry LeNoir
Camp Bethel Director 2:57

WE HEAR HOT DAY OR INTO THE 90S WE MAKE
SURE THAT'S COMMUNICATED TO PROGRAM
STAFF WE CAN THEN MAKE ANNOUNCEMENTS TO
MAKE SURE EVERYBODY IS VERY CONSCIOUS
OF STAYING HYDRATED, STAYING IN THE
SHADE , DOING WATER ACTIVITIES

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OQ=doing water activities





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Camps that are part of the American
Camp Association are required to have a
risk management plan in place that
includes ways to prevent things like
heat stroke.

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GRAPHIC=NONE With daily advances in


technology, one group of kids hopes to
get a step ahead.


ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Students in the Technology
Education Camp learned this week that
technology is about more than just
computers.

Today they toured the WDBJ
studios.

They've also been to Lane Stadium
at Virginia Tech, a local radio
station, Cox Communications, and other
businesses in the area that use
technology.

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INQ=I'M TRYING TO GET AS MUCH




*CG 2line Layne White
Junior Counselor, TEK Camp Brittany Trimmer, TEK Camp student
:00 QUICK!!!


*CG 2line Brittany Trimmer 13:11 DO YOU THINK YOU'LL DO IT AGAIN? TEK Camp Student YEAH, IF I HAVE THE CHANCE I WILL DO IT :07 QUICK!! AGAIN.13:18

22:22 SO MANY WONDERFUL THINGS THAT
THEY'VE GIVEN US AND I CAN'T BELIEVE IT
AND I'M VERY THANKFUL FOR IT. 30


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OQ=I'M VERY THANKFUL FOR IT





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Hollins University and Roanoke
County organized the program.


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GRAPHIC=None Coming up, we'll look at Roy


Stanley's impact on the community, on
the eve of our annual golf outing and
auction in his name, the US had little
impact in this year's World Cup, and

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*CG tease HORSE PILLS?

drug testing isn't just for
baseball players this time of year.
We'll catch up with an equine drug
tester at the Roanoke Valley Horse
Show.


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GRAPHIC=World Cup Four years ago, America got to the


World Cup quarterfinals. The USA had
some pretty high expectations this
year, but Bruce Arena's team is headed
home, after finishing dead last in its
group.

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*CG locator Nuremberg, Germany
ESPN Arena watched his team fall behind :00 Ghana 1-nil early today in a must win.

But the Yanks got it back late in
the opening half on the great ball from
DaMarcus Beasley to Clint Dempsey.
Dempsey fired a one touch missle into
the net tying the game at 1.


With time winding down in the
first half, Oguchi Onyewu was called
for the questionable penalty in the box
to set up a PK for Ghana. *CG final Ghana
2 Stephen Appiah put the penalty United States kick past Kasey Keller, for the game 1 winning tally for Ghana in a 2-1 USA Eliminated from World Cup victory.

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GRAPHIC=Horse SHow Across the board, drug testing is


being implemented in athletics. One
State is planning to test High School
Athletes this season. And as Grant
Kittelson found out, the Roanoke Valley
Horse Show has its own drug-testing
policy for the equine athletes.

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*CG locator Salem
:00



*CG 2line Jerry Waddle
Horse Show Drug Tester
:20


*CG reporter Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
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OQ=News 7 Sports. << 9-hundred horses are competiting
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Show and in a number of events the goal
is to complete the course in the
fastest time and do Clean with no
mistakes. There is also a Doctor on
hand to make sure the Horses are
completely clean and not on drugs.

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There can be different reasons as
to why a horse in the show maybe on
drugs.

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In his years administering drug
tests here in Roanoke, to Waddle's
Knowledge no horses have tested
postive. In Salem Grant Kittelson News
7 Sports.



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GRAPHIC=RSM The annual Roy Stanley Memorial


celebrity auction and autograph session
takes place tomorrow night at the
Roanoke College Bast Center.

Tonight Mike Stevens tells us why
our "Labor Of Love" gets stronger each
year.

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*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
:00


*CG 2line Mike Bell
Roy Stanley Foundation Founder
:15


*CG 2line Roland Lazenby
Roy's Friend Since Childhood
:35


*CG 2line Robin Reed
WDBJ Chief Meteorologist

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