08/07/06

News 7 at 5




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



CAPTION:Oil Prices

An oil spill in Alaska shutsdown one of
the nation's largest producers. What
will that do to gas prices?


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CAPTION:Crumbling Pipes


Jean Standup


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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Too Many Clouds

Script Temperatures were held down
today in Roanoke thanks to the clouds.
But it sure was humid.


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HEADLINE #4 HEADLINE #4



CAPTION: Who's Spying?

Jennifer Wishon Standup
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*CG standup Jean Jadhon
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*CG 304


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com

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GRAPHIC=Gas Prices UP Just when you thought gas prices


could not get any worse... the
nation's largest oil field shuts
down... and that sent oil prices
soaring yet again.

Alexis Christofourus has more on
what you can expect.

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*CG 2line John Kilduff
Energy Analyst


*CG standup Alexis Christoforous
CBS News



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OQ=New York. < (END SOT) NOW THAT OIL GIANT B-P HAS SHUTDOWN THE


NATION'S LARGEST OIL FIELD - ALASKA'S
PRUDHOE BAY.. KNOCKING 400-THOUSAND
BARRELS OF CRUDE OIL A DAY OFF THE
MARKET.

John Kilduff, Energy Analyst, FIMAT

USA: "It was really a shocker. Because
is the oil that we count on and take
for granted. This is the geopolitically
safe oil. It's our oil. US oil.:

THE ALASKA PIPELINE WAS TAKEN OFFLINE
EARLY SUNDAY BECAUSE OF SEVERE PIPELINE
CORROSION. AND WORD IT COULD BE OFFLINE
FOR MONTHS.

Kilduff: Oil companies are sitting on
record amounts of cash. It's almost
inexcusable that this pipeline could
have deteriorated the way it did.

ALEXIS STANDUP - NYC: WHILE THE
GOVERNMENT SAYS THE SHUTDOWN WILL NOT
PUT THE SQUEEZE ON GAS SUPPLIES...
ANALYSTS SAY EXPECT TO START PAYING
MORE AT THE PUMP ALMOST IMMEDIATELY...

Kilduff: Initially a nickel a gallon.
But look for a 10, 20, 25 cents, 30
cents potentially higher at the pump
depending on how long it lasts.

THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION SAYS IT WILL
TAP INTO THE STRATEGIC PETROLEUM
RESERVES IF NEEDED... BUT ANALYSTS SAYS
THAT WILL DO LITTLE TO STEM THE
INCREASE AT THE PUMP. ALREADY JITTERY
OIL TRADERS SENT CRUDE PRICES
SOARING...

AND MORE VIOLENCE IN THE MIDDLE EAST,

THE POSSIBILITY OF IRAN USING OIL AS A
WEAPON IN ITS NUCLEAR STANDOFF OR
ANOTHER DEVASTING HURRICANE IN THE GULF
COULD SEND OIL PRICES TO LEVELS NEVER
SEEN BEFORE.

Kilduff:: Its just a cascade of supply
problems that keep pushing oil prices
higher and higher and higher... In the
face of demand that's unrelenting.

AND THAT WOULD LEAVE DRIVERS HOLDING
THE GAS PUMP...

ALEXIS CHRISTOFOROUS... CBS NEWS... NEW
YORK.

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GRAPHIC=None It's becomming an all too familiar


sight.. a water main break on Orange
Avenue.. and today it happened again-
the fourth pipe to burst in the past
six weeks there.

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*CG locator Roanoke



*CG 2line Gary Robertson
Western Va. Water Authority









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(END SOT) It was six in the morning when the


latest water pipe broke.. under the
pavement at Orange Avenue near Gus
Nicks Boulevard.

Shutting off water to local
businesses.. and again closing part of
Orange Avenue and backing up traffic.



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INQ=THIS IS THE CONNECTOR standup.... THIS IS THE CONNECTOR THAT


BROKE

you can see the hole in it.. It's a
galvanized pipe.... installed between
1945 and 1955.

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INQ=RIGHT AFTER THE WAR 16:27:44 GARY ROBERTSON: RIGHT AFTER


THE WAR APPARENTLY METAL WAS SCARCE AND
MAYBE THE QUALITY OF MATERIALS WAS NOT

WHAT WE WOULD HAVE LIKED IT TO BE

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OQ=LIKED IT TO BE The old pipes are clearly becomming
a problem- ---



In just the past six weeks----repair


crews have been- out to Orange Avenue
four times-

The first main burst on Father' Day
near 13th Street.

Another broke the first week of July
near 19th Street..

This past Sunday in almost the same
spot.. a third water main broke and
one day later a pipe that connects a
water line sprung a leak.

The water authority IS working to
replace the old pipes.

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INQ=WE PUT IN 16:28:18



ROBERTSON: WE PUT ABOUT TWO OR TWO AND
HALF MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR ABOVE WHAT
THE OCUNTY OR CITY WERE PUTTING IN TO
REPLACE AGING INFRASTRUCTCURE
UNFORTUNATELY I'M NOT AS ABLE TO
REPLACE THENM AS QUICKLY AS IT SEEMS TO
BE FAILING.

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Robertson says Orange Avenue may
jump to the top of the list for
repairs- after all the recent problems.

He says the cost to replace aging
pipes is one reason city rates have
gone up.

Water service was not back on for
customers in the area until three this
afternoon... work is now going on to
re-pave the road so expect back ups on
Orange Avenue East near Gus Nicks
until about nine tonight.
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GRAPHIC=Marc Lamarre Two men pled guilty today to


distributing heroin to Marc Lamarre.

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VO-NAT The hearing in federal court included a


detailed summary of the extent of drug
use by the former Channel 10
meteorologist AND his colleague Jamie
Singleton.

According to the government prosecutor,
the two men had reached a point last
Fall where they were each using 25 bags
of heroin in just two days.

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*CG 2line Jimmy Turk
Chad Honaker's Attorney I NEVER SAW ANY EVIDENCE... IN SOME
CIRCUMSTANCES.

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Gilbert Hadden and Chad Honaker
Hahn-aker both pled guilty to drug
distribution and conspiracy to
distribute heroin.

They face UP to 20 years in prison on
each count.

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GRAPHIC=None An inmate walked away from a


work detail in Danville this morning.
Now police are asking for the public's
help finding him.
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Officers say 36-year-old
Christopher Gerald Williams was cutting
grass this morning near Riverside and
Avalon Drives when he ran into a wooded
area.

Williams is about five-feet
nine-inches tall and was wearing a
yellow shirt, yellow ballcap and blue
jeans.
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GRAPHIC=Internet Millions of Virginians now rely


on the Internet to do some of their
most private business, but some of them
are being spied on by criminals.

Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon tells us how the state is
working to keep prying eyes away from
your personal information.

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INQ=Email, banking, bill pay




*CG locator Richmond
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*CG 2line Tom McCrystal
Creative Perspectives, Inc.
:10


*CG 2line Del. John Cosgrove

(R) Chesapeake


:32


*CG 2line Russell McGuire
Attorney General's Office
:52



*CG 2line Steve DelBianco
Association for Competitive Technology
1:19


*CG reporter Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com
1:27



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OQ=JW, NEWS 7, RICHMOND. <


(END SOT) More and more people are relying


on the Internet to do business, but
their sense of security could prove
costly.

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INQ=With spyware on the 16:14:27 TOM McCRYSTAL: WITH SPYWARE


ON THE INCREASE YOU REALLY DON'T HAVE
ANY ASSURANCE THAT THINGS LIKE
PASSWORDS AND BANK ACCOUNT NUMBERS ARE
GOING TO BE SECURE.

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OQ=are going to be secure. Spyware is software that allows


someone to look at your email messages,
social security number or any
information stored on your computer.

Some programs even allow spies to
log key strokes.

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INQ=Where somebody 12:16:27 DEL. JOHN COSGROVE(R)


CHESAPEAKE: WHERE SOMEBODY CAN
ACTUALLY LOG WHICH KEY STROKES THAT YOU
MAKE ON YOUR COMPUTER AND THEY CAN SEE
WHAT YOU'RE WRITING AND WHO YOU'RE
SENDING EMAIL TO, AND HOW YOU'RE PAYING
YOUR BILLS AND EVEN IF YOU'RE WRITING A
LETTER TO YOUR GRANDMA THEY CAN LOOK AT
ALL OF THAT.

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OQ=can look at all of that. A committee made up of lawmakers


and technology insiders is looking at
creating laws to keep prying eyes off
your computer.

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INQ=With a lot of these cases 12:10:30 RUSSELL McGUIRE/DEPUTY


ATTORNEY GENERAL: WITH A LOT OF THESE
CASES THEY'RE VERY COMPLEX, THEY TAKE A
LOT OF RESOURCES AND LET'S REALLY MAKE
SURE WE CRAFT A LAW THAT'S GOING TO GET
THE RESOURCES NECESSARY TO PROSECUTE
THE CASE.

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OQ=to prosecute the case. Even if you're not a victim of


spyware, there's a good chance you're
paying for it.

Technology professionals say
customer support teams at big companies
like Dell spend most of their time

dealing with customers who's computers
have been disabled by spyware.

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INQ=Those costs cannot be 12:34:41 STEVE DELBIANCO/ASSOCIATION


FOR COMPETITIVE TECHNOLOGY: THOSE
COSTS CANNOT BE FULLY ABSORBED IN OTHER
PARTS OF THE BUSINESS AND INEVITABLY IF
CUSTOMER SUPPORT IS BEING DRIVEN BY
SPYWARE IT'S GOING TO SHOW UP IN THE
COSTS CONSUMERS HAVE TO PAY.

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OQ=consumers have to pay. The committee hopes to come up


with legislation for the General
Assembly to consider.. a law designed
to keep spies from trespassing onto
your property and walking away with
valuable information.

Jennifer Wishon, News 7,
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Tonight on News 7 at Six we'll
tell you how the same committee is
working to keep spam off your cell
phone.

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CAM Students in one school system in our

area will be spending more time in the
classroom. We'll tell you where that
is when News 7 at 5 continues.

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*CG tease Hidden Dangers

Plus on Healthcheck, we'll tell you
why some doctors think a trip to the
store may be hazardous to your child's
health.

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ANCHOR ON CAM Students and teachers in Roanoke
GRAPHIC=Roanoke city Schools City can expect to spent an extra


20-minutes a day in the classroom this
year.


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*CG locator Roanoke

School board chairman Dave Carson
told a joint meeting of the school
board and city council - he realizes
this is going to be a hardship on
parents, teachers and students.

How the change affects the school
day is still up in the air.

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INQ=Last year we determined the..




*CG 2line Dave Carson
Roanoke City School Board Chairman @15:54:23.00/a.m. skl/council tape

DAVE CARSON, ROANOKE CITY SCHOOL BOARD
CHAIRMAN: LAST YEAR WE DETERMINED THE
STATE HAD CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS
REGARDING THE LENGTH OF SCHOOL DAYS AND
IN SOME CASES OUR SCHOOLS WERE NOT IN
COMPLIANCE WITH LENGTH OF THE SCHOOL -
HOW LONG THE INSTRUCTIONAL TIME IS DUE
TO VARIOUS CHANGES IN THE LAW AND HOW
YOU MEASURE THE TIME. (41)

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OQ=.. how you measure the time.






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The school board will determine
how the extra time affects the school
schedule at tomorrow night's regularly
scheduled meeting.

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GRAPHIC= That begins at seven o'clock at


the school administration building.

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GRAPHIC=Medical News A marathon separation surgery is


underway today in Utah.

Family and friends of four year old
girls joined at the midsection are
anxiously awaiting word from doctors.

Gwen Belton reports from Salt Lake
City.

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*CG locator Video from:
Primary Chidren's Medical Center


*CG 2line Jacob Herrin
Father


*CG standup Gwen Belton
Salt Lake City, UT


*CG 2line Bonnie Midget
Hospital Spokeswoman


*CG 2line Erin Herrin
Mother



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SUPER:

VIDEO FROM: Primary Children's Medical
Center



SOT ERIN HERRIN (I love you)





ERIN HERRIN HELD ON TO HER DAUGHTERS.
THROUGH HER OWN TEARS ...SHE TRIED


TO REASSURE AND COMFORT THE TWO GIRLS
AS THEY HEADED OFF TO SURGERY.

IT WAS AN EMOTIONAL PARTING FOR THE 4
year olds AND THEIR PARENTS....

FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THEIR LIVES � the
HERRINs SAY THEY WON'T BE RIGHT

BY THEIR GIRLS SIDE.



SOT: JACOB HERRIN: FATHER



"IT WAS VERY EMOTIONAL...THE GIRLS WERE
GREAT THEY WER BRAVER THAN US."



STANDUP GWEN BELTON/SALT LAKE CITY

In an extensive procedure expected to
last up to 24 hours. A TEAMS OF

SURGEONS ....ANESTHESIOLOGISTS AND
RADIOLOGISTS....WILL TRY TO

SUCCESSFULLY SEPARATE THE GIRLS WHO ARE
JOINED AT THE HIP AND SHARE A

PAIR OF LEGS....AND ONE FUNCTIONING
KIDNEY.



SOT BONNIE MIDGET:HOSPITAL SPOKESPERSON



"ONE OF THINGS THE DOCTORS HAVE BEEN
STUDYING FOR A LONG TIME IS BLOOD

FLOW STUDY TO WATCH WHERE THE BLOOD
FLOWS TO THEY CAN DETERMINE WHAT

TISSUE BELONGS TO MALIYAH AND WHAT
TISSUE BELONGS TO KENDRA."




DURING THE SEPARATION.. EACH GIRL WILL
GET A LEG..

KENDRA WILL GET THE KIDNEY.. AND
.MALIYAH WILL BE PLACED ON DIALYSIS

UNTIL SHE IS STRONG ENOUGH FOR A
TRANSPLANT from HER MOTHER.



PSYCHOLOGISTS HAVE BEEN PREPARING THE
GIRLS FOR THE LIFE CHANGING

SURGERY.......USING DOLLS THAT THE
TWINS PRACTICED SEPARATING TO HELP

THEM UNDERSTAND WHAT IS HAPPENING TO
THEM. .



SOT ERIN HERRIN/MOM.. GOING TO TAKE A


LOT OF GETTING USE TO.. A LOT OF

GETTING USE TO.

SOT DAD "IT'S GOING TO BE LIKE A


REBIRTH.. JUST SEEING THEM BORN AGAIN.

TRACK:"



IT'S A SIGHT THE HERRINS HAVE WAITED
YEARS TO SEE..

THEIR LITTLE GIRLS GETTING A CHANCE TO
LIVE THEIR OWN SEPARATE LIVES.

GWEN BELTON CBS NEWS SLAT LAKE.






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Shopping carts may seem innocent
enough but a new study finds they are

connected to thousands of injuries to
children every year.

In this Healthcheck 7 report, Doctor
Sean Kenniff tells us what precautions
parents can take to keep their children
from getting hurt.

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*CG 2line Dr. Carl Ramsay
Maimonides Med. Ctr.


*CG standup Dr. Sean Kenniff
CBS News




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(END SOT) A NEW REPORT SAYS MORE THAN 24-THOUSAND


CHILDREN WERE TREATED LAST YEAR

FOR SHOPPING CART RELATED INJURIES.

THE NUMBER ONE PROBLEM.... KIDS
STANDING UP IN THE CART OR ON THE SIDE

AND FALLING.

DOCTOR CARL RAMSAY SAYS HE CONSTANTLY
SEES THESE CASES IN THE E-R. :18



(SOT- Dr. Carl Ramsay/Maimonides Med.


Ctr.)

"the most common by far is under five
years old, head and neck injuries."



TO KEEP KIDS FROM FALLING OUT AND
HITTING THEIR HEAD MANY GROCERY STORES

NOW HAVE CARTS WITH STRAPS OR CARRIERS
IN THE FRONT SEAT.



(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS
NEWS/Miami, FL)

BUT THAT DOESN'T ALWAYS PREVENT
INJURIES.

SOME CARTS ARE DESIGNED WITH A HIGH
CENTER OF GRAVITY.

AND WHEN TURNED TOO QUICKLY THEY CAN
TIP OVER WITH THE CHILD IN IT.




(nats)

BECAUSE OF THESE PROBLEMS THE AMERICAN
ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS IS NOW

CALLING FOR SAFER SHOPPING CART
DESIGNS.

AND UNTIL THAT HAPPENS EXPERTS SAY
PARENTS SHOULD UTILIZE ALTERNATIVES.

(gfx)

LIKE LEAVING CHILDREN AT HOME WITH A
SITTER.

OR HAVING TWO ADULTS GO SHOPPING
TOGETHER SO KIDS CAN RIDE IN A
STROLLER.

PARENTS SHOULD ALSO FIND STORES WITH
CARTS THAT HAVE PLASTIC MINI-CARS

ATTACHED TO THE FRONT.... THAT WAY KIDS
RIDE MUCH CLOSER TO THE GROUND.

:28



(SOT-Dr. Carl Ramsay/Maimonides Med.


Ctr.)

until they�ve developed a safer
shopping cart, that is the only way to

at least cut down on the risk of your
child falling out of the cart.



JUST A FEW PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES CAN
KEEP A TRIP TO THE SUPERMARKET


FROM ALSO BECOMING A TRIP TO THE
EMERGENCY ROOM.

DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.

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Coming up a little later in the
newscast,

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*CG tease $208 Million

officials with the Powerball Lottery
are looking for just who won more than
200 million dollars this weekend.

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Mike Stevens is up next with sports.
Including news of a World Series M-V-P

who is heading to a new team.

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*CG tease Not in the Polls

Also we'll see how Al Groh is facing
the challenge now that the Virginia
Cavaliers are not showing up in the
preseason polls.

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GRAPHIC=BAM Welcome everyone to your Monday


Ticker and we begin on the Diamond
where the prevailing thought before
Major League Baseball's Non-Waiver
Trade Deadline on July 31st was that
the Washington Nationals would make a
deal that would involve Alfonso
Soriano. That didn't happen but a week
later the Nationals did make a trade.

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VO-NAT Today they Sent Livan Hernandez


to the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange
for 2 Minor Leaguers.

The D-backs hoping that the the
big right-hander will help get them
into the playoffs by winning the
National League West were they
currently trail San Diego by 2 games.

Hernandez has a record of 9 and 8
this season with an E-R-A over 5, but
got a win against the Padres in his
last outing for the Nats.

In addition Livan has post-season
experience, he won a World Series with
the Florida Marlins in 1997, when he
was the N-L-C-S and World Series M-V-P.

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GRAPHIC=BAM One game is in the books this


afternoon in the major leagues.

The Baltimore Orioles already
have dropped one today falling to the
Toronto Blue Jays 8 to 1.

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*CG locator Toronto, Canada
TSN-Jays The Orioles didn;t get any :00 pitching and their defense also was
supect.

Lyle Overbay and Vernon Wells
each homered for the home team as the
Jats beat up on the Orioles 8-to-1. *CG final Baltimore
1 The Orioles are now 13 games Toronto under 500 and 18 and a half games 8 behind the Yankees in the AL East.




MLB



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GRAPHIC=BAM The Virginia Cavaliers entered


their fourth day of practice this
afternoon wearing shoulder pads.

Later this week the Cavs will
move into the full pad mode.

They may also don some blinders
on their helmets.

With a number of holes to fill
and a number of untested players to
fill them - Groh says there's a sense
of urgency and excitement on the
practice field right now.

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*CG 2line Al Groh
Sixth Season as Virginia Head Coach
:00





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VO-NAT VO-NAT



Coming up tonight on News 7 at
Six - we'll get Groh's throughts on
Christian Olsen - the fifth year senior

quarterback who began his college
career at Notre Dame and really has
done little more than watch from the
sidelines the past couple of seasons.

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GRAPHIC=BAM Our Friday Football Extra tour


brings us to Pulaski tonight.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Pulaski Co.
:00 Jack Turner and the Cougars
are coming off their first losing
season in nearly 30 years, which hasn't
set well this offseason with the
players or the coaches and certainly
not the community.

Turner returns just 4
starters from last year, but most of
his skill players are back.

That's a good thing against
the River Ridge schedule and a
non-conference slate that once again
includes 3 Triple A teams. We'll hear
from Turner tonight on News 7 at Six

and find how he plans to get the
Cougars' their growl back in 2006.

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MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=BAM And don't forget the Avalanche is


back home - opening up a four game
series with the Lynchburg Hillcats
tonight at 7 at Salem Memorial. The
Avs are in first place in the Southern
Division - three and half games on top
of Kinston.

Take care everybody.

Jean will be back in a moment to
wrap up News 7 at Five.

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GRAPHIC=NONE On Wall Street, stocks closed lower


today as traders kept one eye on oil
trading and the other on Washington,
site of tomorrow's meeting of Federal
Reserve interest-rate setters.

Alexis Christoforous rejoins us for

today's Moneywatch report.

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CBS Money Watch
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GRAPHIC=None Some cheese-factory workers in


Wisconsin say they hold Saturday's
winning 208 million dollar Powerball

ticket.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT So far, no one has officially


claimed the jackpot and a lottery

spokeswoman says it can take days or
weeks for a winner to come

forward.

But the group of about 100 workers at
a Sargento Cheese plant says it has the
winning ticket locked in a safe.

One of the workers says he'll still
go to work today, but he's not sure
what will happen after that.

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