07/20/06

News 7 at Six


HEADLINE #1 HEADLINE #1 (:01 of head pad)



CAPTION: Clean-Up

Susan Standup:


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: Shake-Up

Keith Cart: Our investigation of museum
finances focuses on how the Director
spent a grant meant to restore this
rail car.


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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: More Storms

Robin Standup: Titan Radar shows more
storms today with locally heavy rain
expected tomorrow.


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HEADLINE #4 HEADLINE #4



CAPTION: Nip It

Jean Cart: Prosecutors drop charges
against a man accused of running a
nip-joint.


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HEADLINE #5 HEADLINE #5



CAPTION: Powder Power

Mike Cart:

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*CG standup Keith Humphry
khumphry@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Jean Jadhon
jjadhon@wdbj7.com


*CG 304


*CG standup Mike Stevens >>
mstevens@wdbj7.com
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Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon

KEITH= 2-Shot 2-Shot



And I'm Keith Humphry
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KEITH 2-SHOT KEITH 2-SHOT

Appalachian Power expresses hope
that the company will have returned
service to all of its customers by
midnight tonight.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT


JEAN READS



*CG locator Roanoke

JEAN READS

But with scenes like this one -
that may be hard to do.

Nearly 12-hundred customers are
still without power this evening after
a storm swept through the area last
night bringing pounding rains and high
winds.

In this South Roanoke
neighborhood - several transformers
blew out... and power lines and trees
toppled.

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KEITH 2-SHOT KEITH 2-SHOT

Downtown - the Virginia Museum of
Transportation bore the brunt of the
damage.
JEAN 2-SHOT JEAN 2-SHOT

Wind tore an air conditioning
unit off the roof and then peeled the
roof off.

DOUBLE BOXES=JEAN-KEITH/SUSAN DOUBLE BOXES


KEITH READS KEITH READS

Susan Bahorich was there last

night and was back again today.

Susan, how's clean up coming
along?

LIVE=SUSAN FULL MICROWAVE LIVE FULL

*CG live Susan Bahorich
sbahorich@wdbj7.com Jean/Keith-
Roanoke The main concern today was
getting a temporary roof on the
facility to secure and protect
exhibits.

Crews did encounter an unwelcome
surprise- in addition to foam and
aluminium - abestos titles from the
orginial roof also came down.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=From this vantage...


*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Bob Dills
VA Museum of Transportation Director
:18
*CG 2line Bev Fitzpatrick
VMT Administrative Consultant
:47

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OQ=have it open quickly.



<
just how much work there's left to be
done.

Severe winds picked up the roof of the
Virginia Museum of Transportation and
exposed exhibits in the future aviation
gallery and the main hall.



It's a roof that's housed the facility
for less than a year.



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INQ= 2:29:28.00/"VMT DAMAGE" FROM LAST NITE



BOB DILLS, DIRECTOR VMT: WE HAD WAITED
SO LONG TO GET THE NEW ROOF AND GET RID
OF THE LEAKS AND NOW -NOTHING BUT A
LEAK. (33) VERY DISHEARTING. IF
THERE'S A PLUS SIDE LOOKS LIKE ITS MORE
BUILDING THAN ARTIFACTS (41)

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OQ=



Water poured into the gallery Wednesday
night.

The good news - firefighters and museum
workers were able to move exhibits,
papers and pictures to *dryer* ground.



But the facility is closed to public
and that's a worry. The summer is its
high season and no tourists means no

money.



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INQ= @13:58:19.02



BEV FITZPATRICK, ADMINISTRATIVE
CONSULTANT: ROUGH THING IS HAVE PEOPLE
TRAVELING AND THEY PLAN TO COME TO THE
VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF TRANSPORTATION AND
THEY DON'T KNOW WE HAVE THIS PROBLEM SO
WE'RE GOINGTO HAVE PEOPLE COMING TO THE
DOOR THAT'S WHY I PREFER WE HAVE IT
OPEN QUICKLY. (30)

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OQ=





LIVE=SUSAN FULL MICROWAVE LIVE FULL






*CG liveloc Roanoke



SUSAN AD LIBS



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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Severe Wx When the roof ripped off the


Virginia Museum of Transportation

during yesterday's storms, part of the
roof debris damaged the Roanoke Times'
building.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Roofing slammed into the back of
the newpaper building.

It also banged up several cars
where employees park out back.

The high winds and heavy
downpours also damaged the breezeway
over Second street.

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INQ="They got to work




*CG 2line Wendy Zomparelli
President & Publisher, Roanoke Times 3:54"THEY GO TO WORK INSTANTLY AND WERE
ABLE TO GET THE PRESS BACK ONLINE
AROUND 10:30, WHICH WAS A LITTLE LATE
IN TERMS OF GETTING OUR PRODUCTS
PRINTED. BUT, WE WERE OUT TO ALL OF
OUR CUSTOMERS IN THE METRO AREA, SOME
OF OUR STATE CUSTOMERS UNFORTUNATELY
GOT LATE PAPERS."04:11

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OQ=...got late papers."






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The paper's president said it's
unclear at this point how much it will
cost to repair the damages.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE The natural disaster that befell


the Museum last night coincides with a
more figurative shake-up at the Museum.

Bev Fitzpatrick is in line to
take over as director next year.

And tonight we reveal the results
of a month-long News 7 investigation
into museum finances and current
Director Bob Dills.

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INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke
:03


*CG 2line Bob Dills

Museum Director
:18
*CG 2line Chris McBride
Restoration Expert
:43
*CG 2linel June 5, 2003
:51


*CG 2linel March, 2004
1:04 QUICK


*CG standup Keith Humphry
khumphry@wdbj7.com
1:41
*CG 2line Kim Anderson
Former Museum Volunteer
2:13

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OQ=ON THE PRESIDENT ONE? EXACTLY. <<
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SOT FULL SOT FULL Dills @34:10 On the President
INQ= One



THIS COMPARTMENT'S GOING TO BE FINISHED
NEXT MONTH.

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OQ= We're aboard a Pullman car built in


1916, known as the President One.

It's not open to the public. It's still

being restored.

SOT FULL SOT FULL 42:40



INQ= Keith Humphry: Wasn't there a local


bank that gave $5,000 for restoration
of this car?

I'M NOT SURE IT WAS EARMARKED FOR THIS
ONE OR ONE OF THE OTHERS. I'LL LOOK HA
HA.

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OQ= Wachovia Bank provided the funds in


2004.

SOT FULL SOT FULL Dills: 44:05



INQ= THAT I SHOULD KNOW...(thinking, um, um)


Dills had been thinking about it for a
couple of minutes, then came back to
the subject. I KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU'RE
TALKING ABOUT. IT'S FOR THE EXTERIOR
OF THE CAR. YES, THEY DID. IT'S FOR
THE EXTERIOR OF THE CAR.

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OQ=



SOT FULL SOT FULL Chris McBride @15:51:25



INQ= ...PROBABLY NOT THE EXTERIOR...



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OQ= Chris McBride is a restoration expert.


Since giving up a 13-year career in
aircraft maintenance, he has devoted
his professional life to restoring
vintage rail cars and locomotives.


Here McBride is putting the finishing
touches on the 1218.

In 2004, he still had thousands of
hours of work ahead of him, stripping
paint off the mahogany interior of the
President One.

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INQ= I HAD SPENT A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS ON


STRIPPER AND WHAT-NOT.

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OQ=





SOT FULL SOT FULL McBride 15:45:50



INQ= I WAS APPROACHED BY OUR ACCOUNTANT AND


WAS TOLD THAT I HAD NO MONEY LEFT IN MY
BUDGET OUT OF THIS SPONSORSHIP.

I SAID, "OH, MY GOSH. I ONLY SPENT A
FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS. WHAT HAPPENED TO
IT?"

SHE SAID THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR HAD
SPENT IT.

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OQ= Dills spent $500 on an upright piano


that's now on the car... another $150
for a chandelier McBride installed in
the dining room.

SOT FULL SOT FULL McBride AUDIO ONLY @15:46:15



INQ= THE CAR NEEDS TO BE RESTORED BEFORE YOU


DECORATE IT.


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OQ= News 7 has obtained a summary of


expenses charged against the $5,000
Wachovia donation.

The list includes credit card charges
at Air-Lee Cleaners, Barnes & Noble,
Southern Pawn Shop and Nordstrom.

There are five separate unspecified
purchases at T-J Maxx, meals at two or
three different restaurants and several
items of furniture.

Dills had found some antique chairs at
the Reynolda Gallery in Winston-Salem.

He sent Chris McBride to get them along
with a museum volunteer.

SOT FULL SOT FULL Kim Anderson @16:10:25



INQ= I WENT WITH HIM TO NORTH CAROLINA TO


PICK THESE CHAIRS UP. I WAS HOLDING THE
CHECK.

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OQ= The Transportation Museum check for


more than $2,200, Kim Anderson says,
included $1,147 for two upholstered
chairs.

She and McBride brought the furniture
back and put it on the President One.

SOT FULL SOT FULL McBride 15:47:30



INQ= AND THEN I WAS DIRECTED TO REMOVE THESE


UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS FROM THE PRESIDENT

ONE CAR, AND THEN I WAS DIRECTED TO
TAKE THEM UP TO THE DIRECTOR'S
RESIDENCE.

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OQ=



SOT FULL SOT FULL Anderson 16:10:55



INQ= SO, CHRIS AND I LOADED THEM UP-


-COMPANY TRUCK- - AND TOOK THEM TO
BOB'S HOME.

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OQ=



SOT FULL SOT FULL Dills 59:10



INQ= THERE WERE TWO CHAIRS IN MY HOME


BRIEFLY, UNTIL I BROUGHT THEM DOWN AND
PUT THEM ON THIS CAR. Keith Humphry:
So the chairs are here now? YEAH.

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OQ= The chairs that were on the President


One the day we were there and for most
of the last two years- -according to
McBride and Anderson- -are not the ones
they picked up in North Carolina... not
the ones the Wachovia Foundation paid
for.

SOT FULL SOT FULL McBride 15:48:30



INQ= I DON'T KNOW WHAT THEIR SOURCE WAS,


WHERE THEY CAME FROM, BUT THEY APPEARED
TO BE YARD SALE ITEMS.

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OQ= SOT FULL Anderson 16:11:15



THE SEATS WERE ALL BROKEN DOWN. YOU
COULD TELL THEY DIDN'T COME FROM AN
ANTIQUE STORE. THEY CERTAINLY WEREN'T
$1100 CHAIRS.

Keith Humphry: Essentially, the
director appropriated these antiques
and put in replacements on the
President One?

EXACTLY.

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OQ=





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McBride quit his job at the Museum
April 28th.

He's now restoring a Pullman car for
the Bay Coast Railroad on the Eastern
Shore.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE The tales McBride and Anderson told us


are corroborated by several other
sources who say staff members are
regularly required to do odd jobs for
the director, run errands and walk the
dog on "company" time.
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GRAPHIC=Charges Dropped A judge has dismissed the charge


that had been made against a Roanoke
man accused of running an illegal
"after hours" club on Melrose Avenue.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
May 20 Wallace Fisher was charged with a
misdemeanor, maintaining a common
nuisance, after a shooting at the home
in May.

One person was killed, and seven
others were injured.

Today, prosecutor Don Caldwell
said the police department has not
provided his office with the evidence
needed to prove the case.

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SOT FULL 10:12



NQ=We're there to put on the evidence




*CG 2line Don Caldwell
Roanoke Commonwealth's Attorney DON CALDWELL/ROANOKE COMMONWEALTH'S
ATTORNEY: WE'RE THERE TO PUT ON THE
EVIDENCE AND OF COURSE YOU KNOW WHEN
THE EVIDENCE IS NOT FORTHCOMING, IT

PUTS US IN A TOUGH POSITION.

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OQ=puts us in a tough position.




JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Hold The charge could be brought


again, if investigators come up with
enough evidence, but Caldwell doesn't
know if that will happen. The police
department did not have a comment this
afternoon.

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Fatal Fire A Campbell County man is dead after


his home caught fire early this
afternoon.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Campbell Co.

Someone spotted smoke coming from
this home on Route 29 South near
Altavista around 1:30.

Three deputies arrived within

minutes and were able to pull
89-year-old Luther Compton out of the
house.

He was pronounced dead on arrival
at Lynchburg General Hospital.

Investigators say the fire appears
to have been accidental.

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The state is preparing to use the
electric chair tonight to execute an
Appomattox County killer.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT KEITH READS


KEITH READS Brandon Hedrick chose the chair
over lethal injection.

He's only the fourth person to
make that decision since the option of
lethal injection became available 11-
years ago.

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JEAN READS JEAN READS


Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon is at the Greensville
Correctional Center where the execution
is set to take place tonight with the
latest.

LIVE=Jennifer Full Starlink LIVE FULL

*CG live Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com
Jarratt Jenn adlibs



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VO NAT


*cg LOCATOR Appomattox Co.
:00


*CG locator Richmond
1991
:13

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*CG liveloc Jarratt



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New government rules put Radford
Arsenal workers on the unemployment
line.

ENG#=3





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease ARSENAL FIRE

JEAN= ON VO JEAN ON VO



The new rule -- put into place
after 9-11 -- is meant to be a security
measure.
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New government rules put in place
after 9-11 cost people their jobs.

ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT




KEITH= ON VO KEITH ON VO

*CG tease ATF Rules

Non-violent felons are let go
from the Radford Arsenal after filling
out A-T-F forms.
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KEITH 2-SHOT KEITH 2-SHOT

A federal law enacted after 9-11
is resulting in suspensions and
terminations for some workers at
Radford Arsenal.
JEAN FULL JEAN FULL

GRAPHIC=NONE The "Safe Explosives Act"


requires Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,
Firearms and Explosives background
checks - and letters some workers never
expected.

New River Valley Reporter Holly

Pietrzak has the story.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=These three are former




*CG locator Radford Arsenal
File
:05




*CG 2line Mark Whitescarver
Former Employee
:17
*CG 2line Vanette Farrow
Former Employee
:57
*CG 2line Lisa Webb
Former Employee
1:23
*CG standup Holly Pietrzak
hollyp@wdbj7.com
1:32

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OQ=Holly Pietrzak, News 7. << These three are former employees
(END SOT) of Alliant Techsystems, the company


contracted by the government to produce
ammunition at the Radford Arsenal.

Federal law requires most workers
there to fill out information forms for

ATF.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I was told MARK WHITESCARVER, FORMER EMPLOYEE



00:23:51 I WAS TOLD BY SEVERAL
DIFFERENT PEOPLE THAT TO FILL THAT
SHEET OUT AND JUST TO LET IT RIDE THAT
THEY PROBABLY WOULDN'T DO ANYTHING OVER
A DRIVING CHARGE. :01

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OQ=driving charge But last month, Mark Whitescarver


received an employee letter of denial
from the A-T-F.

The reason, he says: a felony driving
violation seven years ago.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I've hidden nothing MARK WHITESCARVER, FORMER EMPLOYEE



00:27:43 I'VE HIDDEN NOTHING FROM
ALLIANT TECH OR FROM THE RADFORD ARMY
AMMUNITION PLANT. ANY QUESTIONS THEY
HAVE ASKED ME HAVE BEEN ANSWERED
TRUTHFULLY AND TO THE BEST OF MY
KNOWLEDGE. :55

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OQ=my knowledge Vanette Farrow says she also told


the company about a non-violent felony
charge when applying, and she too, is
now out of work.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I was a detail VANETTE FARROW, FORMER EMPLOYEE




00:14:02 I'VE MADE A LOT OF MISTAKES
IN MY LIFETIME AND I WAS JUST PROUD I
COULD MAKE THE PROGRESS I HAVE IN THE
LITTLE TIME THAT I'VE BEEN THERE AND
THEY TOOK THAT ALL AWAY FROM ME. :20

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OQ=away from me A company spokesman says the A-T-F


background checks are required by
federal law, and Alliant Techsystems
has no choice but to comply.

Leaving Lisa Webb wondering if there is
any hope of getting her job back.

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INQ=One minute LISA WEBB, FORMER EMPLOYEE



00:05:46 ONE MINUTE I'M CRYING BECAUSE
I DON'T HAVE A JOB. THE NEXT MINUTE
I'M MAD SO IT'S ...I'VE GONE THROUGH
EVERY EMOTION. :56

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OQ=every emotion But the ATF tells us the law is clear:


if an employee receives a letter of
denial, he or she is not allowed to
work near or have influence over
explosives.

Holly Pietrzak, News 7.>>






JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM


GRAPHIC=NONE There is an appeals process, but


the company must decide what to do with
an employee in the meantime.
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KEITH on GFX KEITH ON GFX

If you would like more details on the
Safe Explosives Act of 2002, look for
the link at wdbj7-dot-com.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Legal Scales A Roanoke man is behind bars


charged with burglarizing the Cardinal
Criminal Justice Academy in Salem.

Police arrested 43-year-old Lewis
L. Pendleton.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem
Last Week He is facing several charges
including burglary and two counts of
assaulting a police officer.

When staff arrived last week,

they noticed a rifle and some handguns
were missing.

The rifle and some of those
handguns have been recovered.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Tonight in sports - Travis Wells


checks in from the Martinsville
Speedway where the Busch Series drivers
gave the half a mile a serious workout.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease ROLLING BOLLING

And Dot Bolling barely breaks a
sweat winning another City-County
title.

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MKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=GOODY'S 250 The Busch Series is back in


Southside this weekend, but its the
Busch Series with a Nextel Cup twist.
Nine Cup drivers are entered in the
Goody's 250, and will go back and forth
between Martinsville and Pocono.
Travis Wells has more.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG locator Martinsville
:00


*CG 2line Jon Wood
13th in Busch Points Standings
:15


*CG 2line Kenny Wallace
10th in Busch Points Standings
:38


*CG 2line David Green
1994 Busch Series Champ
:56



*CG 2line Denny Hamlin
4th in Busch Points Standings
1:11


*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com
1:25



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OQ=News 7 Sports." <<



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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=CITY/COUNTY The Women's City County


Championship had a very familiar feel
to it as Dot Bolling was the leader
going into the final round.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.
Blue Hills Golf Club Dot playing in the final group
with her closest competitior Cathi
Carter.

Carter entered the final round 7
strokes behind Dot. Carter showed off

some nice iron play on her way to
shooting a 72. She hit this nice
approach to the 16th green, But would
not have enough to catch the leader.

Dot showing how to finish off a
title winning round. She drains the
long putt on the 17th Hole for a Birdie
2 on the Par 3.

Not wanting to leave herself such
a long putt on the final Hole. Dot on
18 her 3rd shot on the Par 5. She has
just the right distance this hits the
side of the hole and just hops out,
almost had an eagle, would tap it in
for Birdie and wins the City County
Championship.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG 2line Dot Bolling
Won by 9 Strokes







RUNS=15 (END SOT)



OQ=it was fun.



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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=British The first round of the British


Open - is in the books at the Royal
Liverpool Course and all you need to
know is that Tiger Woods is back.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Hoylake, England
TNT The man who failed to make the
cut at the U.S. Open, opened with a
5-under-par 67 at Royal Liverpool today
- and as you can see when he was in
trouble he got out of it.

And when he was in position - he
took care of business as evidenced by
this 25 foot eagle putt on the 18th
hole. He's one shot behind leader
Graeme McDowell.

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Anchors ad-lib into stock roll

STOCK ROLL<< *CG 6stox1 d
0.13
29.23
u
1.63
79.09
d
0.16
35.18
d
0.30
49.65
d
0.25
16.85


*CG 6stox2 d
0.18
41.74
d
0.11
19.38
u
0.73
77.23

d
0.40
32.52
d
0.09
10.02


*CG 6stox3 u
4.53
48.20
u
0.41
22.66
d
3.28
47.62


Unchg
4.10
d
1.01
59.62


*CG 6stox4 d >>
0.99
77.42
d
0.07
32.25

d
0.69
54.24
u
0.09
44.29
u
0.15
77.30


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WXPRO/FULL FORECAST GRAPHIC


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Tower Cam or other live pic when time permits



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*CG 4103
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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News7at6 When 80th Division soldiers return from


Iraq in the coming weeks, they face
some big adjustments back home.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke Co.

Sergeant Tim Jones left a family of

three - and returns to a family of
five.

The twins were born just after he left
for duty.

Now Allessandra and Angelina are more
than a year old.

The family has been preparing a big
welcome home. We'll join them

(END VO) (END VO)

tonight on News 7 at 6.