07/10/06

News 7 at Noon

CAPTION: NYC Collapse

Witnesses say it sounded like
thunder--

An explosion this morning demolishes
a four- story building in New York.
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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION:Iraq Unrest

Leaders in Iraq plead for calm
following a weekend that saw a
murderous rampage.


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Nice weather continues with a chance
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



<< *CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Explosion A scary morning in New York City,


where a huge explosion literally
leveled a four- story building.

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





*CG locator New York, NY

Authorities say at least six people
were injured after the building
building blew up, caught fire, and
collapsed.

While investigators believe it was a
gas explosion, they're also looking
into reports that the blast might have
been linked to a suicide attempt.

New York's commissioner says it
could have been a whole lot worse.

As Bianca Solorzano tells us, it's
amazing that no one was killed
considering the damage that was left
behind.

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INQ=Blown away..




*CG locator New York, NY
*CG 2line Vivian Hurran
Eyewitness


*CG 2line Jimmy Santiago

Eyewitness


*CG standup Bianca Solorzano
Reporting



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OQ=Solorzano, News 7. <<



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(pkg script) (natsot - street scene)


LOCATOR UPPER EAST SIDE, MANHATTAN
TRACK: BLOWN AWAY.. AN ENTIRE 4 STORY
BUILDING NOW A PILE OF RUBBLE on
manhattan's upper east side. It's the
type of scene that makes many New
Yorkers jittery SOT: Vivian


Hurran/Eyewitness IT WAS A HUGE
EXPLOSION AND EVERYTHING SHOOK AND ONE
THOUGHT THAT NEW YORK WAS UNDER SOME
TERRORIST EXPLOSION HERE, IT WAS
TERRIFYING. TRACK: HUNDREDS OF
FIREFIGHTERS RESPONDED TO THE building
which houses doctors offices and a
beauty saloon.. WORKING HARD TO BRING
THE FOUR ALARM FIRE UNDER CONTROL.. AND
RESCUE VICTIMS TRAPPED IN THE RUBBLE.
AT LEAST 6 PEOPLE WERE INJURED...
INCLUDING 2 PEDESTRIANS AND 3
FIREFIGHTERS .. AND A DOCTOR INSIDE WAS

ALSO CRITICALLY INJURED. SCOPETTA SOT


TALKS ABOUT DR. INVESTIGATORS INDICATED
THERE WERE REPORTS THAT THE DOCTOR
COULD HAVE BEEN SUICIDAL.. BUT STRESS
IT'S VERY PRELIMINARY.. THEY ARE ALSO
LOOKING INTO THE POSSIBILITY THAT A GAS
LEAK TRIGGERED THE EXPLOSION. SOT:Jimmy


Santiago/Eyewitness(100333) SOMEONE HAD
SMELLED GAS, THEY CALLED CON EDISON IN
THE EARLY MORNING, I DIDNT SMELL GAS
BUT A COUPLE OF MINUTES LATER THE
ENTIRE BUILDING SHOOK A SIGN OF THE
TIMES WE'RE IN.. The White House was
quick to release a statement..
EXPLAINing .. THIS EXPLOSION WAS NOT
TERROR RELATED. BIANCA SOT NEW YORKERS


BREATHING A SIGH OF RELIEF THAT THIS
WAS NOT TERROR RELATED.. AND THAT
UNBELIEVABLY.. THERE WAS NO LOSS OF
LIFE bianca solorzano, News 7.

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GRAPHIC=Shooting Roanoke Police are investigating


a shooting early Saturday Morning.

The two people who brought
31-year-old Ronald Earl Schnurman, Jr

to the hospital say he was shot on
Queen Ann Drive.

Officers answered the call
at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.

Schnurman's condition is not
being released. No arrests have been
made.
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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iraq In Iraq, the Shiites and the Sunnis


seem to be answering each other with
one deadly retaliation attack after the
next.

The latest came when gunmen ambushed
a commuter bus in Baghdad, killing
seven.

This as closing arguments get
underway in Saddam Hussein's trial.
Gwen Belton reports.

ENG#=3 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=With dozens of




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq
*CG 2line Maj. Gen. William Caldwell
U. S. Army


*CG standup Gwen Belton
Reporting



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OQ=Belton, News 7. << (locator: Baghdad) (NATZ) With
(END SOT) dozens of Iraqi civilians killed and


injured in sectarian violence over the
weekend....leaders in that troubled
nation... are pleading for calm. But

those calls for unity are not being
heeded by Shiites and Sunnis who
continue to strike each other with
deadly force. this morning two bombs
went off in a Shiite section of
Baghdad. One explosion ripped through a
building.. then a suicide bomber drove
into the crowd that had gathered to
watch and detonated another bomb. At
least 8 are dead ..dozens wounded. On
Sunday, masked Shiite gunmen rampaged
through the streets of western
Baghdad...dragging Sunnis out of cars,
checking ID cards and shooting Sunnis
on sight. 41 people died in that
attack. sot: Maj. Gen. William


Caldwell/U.S. Army "CIVILIANS ARE
CLEARLY TAKING A HEAVY HIT AT THE
ACTIVATES OF THESE ILLEGAL ARMS
GROUPS...THROUGH MURDER, INTIMIDATION,
KIDNAPPINGS AND EVERYTHING ELSE."
Security is also a major concern at
Saddam Hussein's trial. The defense
began its closing arguments this
morning, but the former Iraqi dictator
and many of his lawyers boycotted after
one of Saddam's attorneys was murdered
last month. Saddam and 7 co-defendants
are charged with crimes against

humanity for allegedly ordering the
deaths of 148 people after a failed
assassination attempt in 19-82. (Belton
standup close) And while Saddam's trial
plays out....the U.S. military has
announced four more American soldiers
stand formally accused of raping an
Iraqi teenage girl and then murdering
three of her family members. Six U.S.
soldiers are now implicated in that
case. Gwen Belton, News 7.



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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Discovery Discovery's astronauts are taking a


second stroll in space.

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




*CG file NASA

Today's spacewalk is the second
during the space shuttle's visit to the
international space station.

The pair will install a pump and
finish repairs to the station's

mobile transporter, which is used in

the construction of

the space station.

Today's walk comes a day after
Discovery's crew found out

that the shuttle has been given a clean
bill of health to return to

Earth next week.


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GRAPHIC=Oops Found Oops is back home at Mill Mountain


Zoo.

The formerly missing monkey was
first spotted yesterday by Libby Martin
in her backyard in Garden City.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=I told my husband




*CG 2line Libby Martin
Found Oops the Monkey LIBBY MARTIN:I TOLD MY HUSBAND OH MY : GOODNESS I THINK THAT'S THE MONKEY FROM
THE ZOO.

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OQ=the monkey from the zoo






VO NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

Martin immediatley called 9-1-1.

Soon, she had zoo staff, and
animal control searching the woods
behind her house.

After tracking Oops for about
three hours from the Garden City area
to the J-B Fishburn Parkway, the monkey
was found in a tree.

A Roanoke City ladder truck was
called in to hoist the zoo's consulting
veterinarian closer for a tranquilizer
shot.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
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INQ=Had me within




*CG 2line Bill Poage
Zoo Consulting Veterinarian

BILL POAGE:HAD ME WITHIN 25-30 FEET OF
THE MONKEY AND THE FIRST DART WENT IN.
WE HAD ANOTHER ONE READY BUT THE FIRST
DART WENT IN AND FIVE MINUTES LATER THE
MONKEY WAS ON THE GROUND.



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OQ=the monkey was on the ground.






VO-NAT VO-NAT



Immediately Oops was taken back
to the zoo and placed in a mandatory 30
day quarantine.

Poage says Oops is looking
healthy and appears to be in very good
shape.

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ANCHOR on GFX ANCHOR ON GFX

You can trace Oops' weeklong
adventure on our website at
WDBJ7-dot-com.
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM
HARD MUSIC UNDER Russian president Vladmir Putin is
expected to face sharp criticism this
week from other world leaders.

We'll tell you why after the break.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG tease MORE SURGERY

Plus the winning horse from the
Kentucky Derby has suffered a health
setback.

We'll have an update on Barbaro in just
a moment.


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MINIOPEN KIMBERLY ON CAM
KIMBERLY ON CAM The eight wealthiest
GRAPHIC=None industrialized nations converge on St.


Petersburg, Russia later this week for
the G-8 summit.


Top of the agenda.. North Korea
and Japan.

And as Beth Knobel reports..
Vladimir Putin is also expected to face
criticism over the state of democracy
in Russia.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ= It will be




*CG locator St. Petersburg, Russia
:00
*CG 2line Jennifer Windsor
Freedom House Director
:44


*CG reporter Beth Knobel
Moscow, Russia
:56


*CG 2line Igor Shuvalov
Russian Representative to G-8
1:17



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OQ= CBS News, Moscow



(END SOT) << IT WILL BE THE EVENT OF THE YEAR FOR


RUSSIA...




SUPER: VIDEO FROM:RUSSIAN STATE
TELEVISION

THE G-8 SUMMIT, HELD AMONGST THE
PALACES AND FOUNTAINS OF ST PETERSBURG.

IT'S THE FIRST TIME THE RUSSIANS HAVE
HOSTED THIS FORUM OF THE TOP
INDUSTRIALIZED NATIONS.



"THE ISSUES ON THE AGENDA HAVE TRULY
GLOBAL IMPLICATIONS," SAYS RUSSIAN
PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN.



BUT CRITICS SAY RUSSIA HAS NO BUSINESS
EVEN BEING IN THE GROUP OF EIGHT, LET
ALONE HOLDING ITS CHAIR, BECAUSE IT'S
BACKSLIDING ON REFORMS.

IN THE PAST TWO YEARS, PUTIN HAS
ELIMINATED DIRECT ELECTIONS FOR
PARLIAMENT AND REGIONAL
GOVERNORS...CRACKED DOWN ON FOUNDATIONS
AND CHARITIES... AND SENT SOME OF HIS
OPPONENTS TO JAIL.



SUPER: JENNIFER WINDSOR, DIRECTOR,
FREEDOM HOUSE

"We don't see very many countries that
have had such a steady deterioration of
both political rights and civil
liberties as we do in the case of

russia."



beth knobel/on cam/moscow russia

RUSSIA'S TRYING TO AVOID THE
CONTROVERSY AND STICK TO THE g-8 summit
ISSUES. THERE WILL BE TALKS ON
INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND EDUCATION, BUT
THE BIG topic WILL BE ENERGY.



RUSSIA'S ECONOMY IS RANKED ONLY 12TH
LARGEST IN THE WORLD , BUT IT'S SITTING
ON HUGE AMOUNTS OF OIL AND
GAS...RESERVES OTHER NATIONS WANT TO
TAP FOR THEIR OWN ENERGY SECURITY.



IGOR SHUVALOV, RUSSIAN REPRESENTATIVE
TO G-8

"We will deliver oil and gas to the
partners of g8 countries, and from
their hand we expect high technologies
and we need their expertise to convert
our economy."



SUPER: VIDEO FROM:RUSSIAN STATE
TELEVISION

ITS VAST ENERGY RESERVES ARE BRINGING
RUSSIA NEWFOUND CLOUT.

AND RUSSIA HOPES THAT A SUCCESSFUL G-8
SUMMIT WILL ALSO BRING IT NEWFOUND

RESPECT. BK, CBS NEWS, MOSCOW





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GRAPHIC=None Maybe the third time will be the


charm.

President Bush is getting his third
treasury secretary.

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




*CG file File Tape

Investment banker Henry Paulson will
take the oath of office

from Chief Justice John Roberts during
a ceremony today at the Treasury
Department.

Paulson won easy approval in the
Senate.

But the oath- taking was delayed so
that the C-E-O of Goldman-Sachs could
dispose of 700- million dollars worth
of company stock.

Paul O'Neill of Alcoa and John
Snow of CSX held the job of Treasury

Secretary before Paulson.

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GRAPHIC=None New legislation expected to hit


the House floor next week is aimed at
helping federal and state governments
enforce existing gambling
*prohibitions.*

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

Representative Bob Goodlatte has
teamed up with Representative Jim Leach
of Iowa to combat Internet gambling.

Their legislation has been
designed to cut the money flow from
gamblers to Internet gambling sites.

Specifically, the bill would
increase penalties for businesses
settling Internet wagers through credit
cards, checks or fund transfers.

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GRAPHIC=Appalachian Power Appalachian Power has a message


to thieves: don't lose your life to
steal a couple dollars in copper.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The company has seen an increase
in the theft of copper conductors.

In some cases, thieves are
working within inches of LIVE WIRES.

Three people have died this year
as a result.

Power officials say the thieves
aren't just putting themselves in
danger.

A case in Southwest Virginia
illustrates how the thefts can also
affect thousands of others.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=Customers were without




*CG 2line Todd Burns
Appalachian Power @00:01:58

TODD:CUSTOMERS WERE WITHOUT POWER FOR A
COUPLE OF DAYS AS WE WORKED TO RESTORE
THE SERVICE THERE. AND AGAIN TOTAL

DISREGARD FOR THE CUSTOMERS THAT MAY BE
ON THEIR LINE. THERE MAY BE SOMEONE
WITH LIFE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, AND OTHER
SORTS OF NEED AND DEPENDENT UPON
ELECTRICITY.

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OQ=upon electricity.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



In addition to safety concerns,
Burns says the thefts don't make
economic sense.

In Scott County, thieves made
away with 100-dollars in copper, but
were caught and prosecuted for more
than 10-thousand dollars.

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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro is


sidelined, as he recovers from the
surgery he had over the weekend.

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





*CG file File Tape

Surgeons replaced a plate and
screws holding together his shattered
leg.

The operation took place after
potentially- infectious complications
developed.

Doctors say Barbaro had been running a
fever, so they believed it was in his
best interest to remove the hardware
from his leg.


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SOFT MUSIC UNDER Coming up next on the newscast,

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease Return to Pulpit

we'll check in with evangelist Billy
Graham as he makes a rare public
appearance during a crusade in
Baltimore.
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GRAPHIC=Billy Graham Billy Graham preached his final crusade


in New York a year ago. Yesterday, he
made a rare appearance in Baltimore.

Michelle Miller has more.

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INQ=





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OQ=CBS News New York. <<



(END SOT) (pkg) (Nats: It's gonna be hard to


compete with Billy Graham's entrance..)
TRACK 1: THE REVEREND BILLY GRAHAM PAID
A RETURN VISIT TO BALTIMORE SUNDAY --
25 YEARS SINCE HIS LAST SERMON THERE.
(SOT: REV. FRANKLIN GRAHAM / REV. BILLY


GRAHAM'S SON: It is a privIlege to be
able to introduce a man that I love, a

man that I respect, my father Billy
Graham. Daddy?) TRACK 2: IT WAS A RARE
EVENT.. AND THE CROWD KNEW IT: (MOS'S -
NO FONT: It was almost like a farewell
tribute. // In face we came from
Houston, Texas. // You know it;s maybe
a once in a lifetime type of thing.)
TRACK 3: NEARLY 88... AND SUFFERING
FROM PARKINSON'S DISEASE... WHEN HE
TOOK TO THE PULPIT... THE YEARS SEEMED
TO WASH AWAY. STILL THROUGH THAT STRONG
STEADY VOICE... HE ACKNOWLEDGED... THIS
SERMON COULD BE HIS LAST. BUT HE NEVER
ABANDONED HIS SENSE OF HUMOR OR
CONNECTION TO A NEW GENERATION. (SOT:


REV. BILLY GRAHAM - NO FONT HERE!:
Someone wrote to the pastor and said,
Dear Preacher, what does God forgive
you, mean? Signed, Confused. The
preacher wrote back - It means all your
files are deleted. And that's exactly
what God does.) TRACK 4: MINISTER TO
PRESIDENTS AND MILLIONS OF COMMON
PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD -- BILLY GRAHAM
PROVED HE STILL HAS THE POWER TO MOVE
THOUSANDS TO MAKE A COMMITMENT TO
CHRIST. AT HIS INVITATION, THEY POURED
FROM THE STANDS. (SOT: REV. BILLY


GRAHAM: I know it's a long way from

upstairs, but your whole eternal life
depends on it.) TRACK 5: BUT THE MAN
WHO ONCE TRAVELED THE GLOBE TO SPREAD
HIS MESSAGE, NO LONGER WANTS TO BE AWAY
FROM HOME. HIS SON SAYS IT'S THE SMALL
THINGS THAT MATTER TO HIM THE MOST NOW.
(SOT: REV. FRANKLIN GRAHAM - NO FONT


HERE!: You're talking about a man now
who's 88, who's just happy to wake up
in the morning, who's thrilled when he
has his breakfast and has a cup of
coffee.) MICHELLE MILLER, CBS NEWS, NEW
YORK.



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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP
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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER A French superstar makes a

shocking end to his soccer career.

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VO-NAT




*CG tease Soccer Stunner

Still to come on News 7, the
head-butt seen all around the world.
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Nextel Cup Earlier this year, Jeff Gordon


and Matt Kenseth sparked controversy at
Bristol.

The 17 and 24 cars were again in
close proximity to one another in the
closing laps of the U-S-G Sheetrock 400
in Chicago.

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VO-NAT





*CG locator Joliet, IL
TNT South Boston's Jeff Burton was :00 the pole sitter, leading 60 laps
yesterday, before settling for a 2nd
place finish.

Kenseth dominated the latter
half of the race in search of his 3rd
win this season.

But he slowed ever so briefly with
four laps to go.

Gordon tapped his bumper, sending
Kenseth on the carousel and out of
contention.

Gordon held on to take the
checkers for his second win of the
season, and first at Chicagoland.

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*CG 2line Jeff Gordon
2nd Win This Season
:00

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=World Cup After a month long competition, Italy


is the World Cup champions for a fourth
time.

But yesterday's finale may be
remembered more for an All-star's
headbutt than anything else.

Mark Phillips reports.

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*CG locator Berlin, Germany
:00


*CG locator Rome, Italy
:08



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OQ=CBS News < (END SOT) have made the celebrations in Rome all


the sweeter, but that isn't what the
sporting world is talking about this
morning. (winning goal and Italian team
celebrating) Even the winning goal in
the penalty shoot-out that decided the

game has been largely forgotten.
(French miss) As has the missed shot
that sealed France's fate. (Build up to
and head Zinadine butt) What the world
is talking about is this incident
involving the French superstar and
sporting icon Zinadine Zidane. This,
his final game before retirement, was
supposed to be the crowning glory for a
player who had risen from immigrant
working-class roots to become the toast
of his country. Then -- provoked by a
comment from an Italian player -- this
happened. (Head Butt). (red card/Zidane
walking off) Zidane was summarily
ejected from the game -- an ignominious
and shocking end to a glorious career.
(Italian team holding trophy with
fireworks/Italian crowds doing nuts)
World Cups may only have a cult
following in the United States but
they're an obsession in the rest of the
sporting world and they always seem to
turn on some moment of high drama. What
this year's competition lacked in pure
soccer thrills it made up for in
pathos. While they scratch their heads
in bewildered sadness in France, The
party in Italy went on all night long.

It's a party, though, that will have a
sober morning after. Italian courts are
expected to rule this week on a match
fixing scandal that will likely see
some of the country's top clubs demoted
to lower or minor leagues. Italian fans
will have to enjoy this while it lasts.
MP CBS News London.

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GRAPHIC=None It was a giant birthday celebration


for a giant star at the National Zoo.

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*CG locator Washington, DC

Giant Panda TAI SHAN ty-SHAWN turned
a year old yesterday.

Born at the zoo, he started out
pink, hairless and weighing only four
ounces.

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INQ=Now today




*CG 2line John Berry

National Zoo Director John Berry/National Zoo Director: Now
today... he weighs 56 pounds! And in
the past year...1.2 million people have
streamed through the Panda habitat.

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OQ=panda habitat





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Tai Shan is also proving popular on
the Web.

His site draws two million visitors
every month.

He and his mother are on loan to
National Zoo from China, but Tai Shan's
success has encouraged the zoo expand
this fall and double the size of its
Panda exhibit.

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