08/15/06

News 7 at 5




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



CAPTION:Hot Computer

At one of its most important times of
the year, a leading computer maker
issues a major recall.


20 Frames of Black 20 frames of Black



HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION:Trade Off


The trade that sent a former Friday
Football Estra star to the New York
Jets is off.


20 Frames of Black 20 frames of Black



HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Titan View

A boundry continues to push showers
through the region.


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HEADLINE #4 HEADLINE #4



CAPTION: Milkman Returns

Myranda Standup
5:00 OPEN 5:00 OPEN
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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=News 7 at 5 Five hundred people will be


out of a job by next summer.

Burlington announced today
that it is closing its textile plant in
Hurt.
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Employees got the news today.

Their jobs will transferred
to plants in North Carolina.

A spokeswoman for
Burlington's parent company says demand
for the synthetic and worsted wool
fabric made in Pittsylvania County has
been declining.
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GRAPHIC=Hold The company says it will


consider requests for employees to
transfer to other plants.

Those who don't want to
move will get assistance filing for
unemployment and trade act benefits.

We'll have more on this
developing story on News Seven at Six.
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GRAPHIC=Drug Bust It started out as a marijuana


bust in Wythe County but turned into a
much bigger find this morning.
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The sheriff's office says
32-year-old Sean Burlarley Burr-lar-lee
and his 27-year-old wife Sandra had a
meth lab in their home and were raising
bull dogs to fight.

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*CG locator Rural Retreat
:00 Police raided their house on
Earles Road in Rural Retreat late last
night.

They found a marijuana growing
operation and seized 19 plants, but
soon realized the house was also a meth
lab.

Hazmat crews were called out and
so was animal control.

Sheriff Doug King says the
Burlarleys were raising American bull
dogs to fight.

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*CG 2line Doug King
Wythe Co. Sheriff DOUG KING: 21:25:00 WE HAVE FOUND BITE
SLEEVES AND BITING TOOLS WHICH ARE
WRAPS THAT YOU PUT ON YOUR ARM TO TEACH
A DOG TO BITE. :36

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One of the dogs attacked several
officers and had to be shot.

Nine others, including two
puppies were taken to the animal
shelter.

The dogs can not be adopted.

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GRAPHIC=Drug Bust The Burlarleys are charged with


manufacturing meth and marijuana,
cruelty to animals and raising dogs to
fight.

They are being held at the New
River Valley Jail without bond.



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GRAPHIC=Legal Scales The woman accused of killing her


preacher husband is out of jail
tonight.

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*CG locator McNairy Co, TN 32 year old Mary Winkler was released
on 750 thousand dollars bail--- one


month after pleading not guilty to
first degree murder.

Her husband, 31 year old Matthew
Winkler was a minister in Selmer,
Tennessee... He was found shot to
death-- "shot in his back" in the
couple's bedroom March 22nd.

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*CG 2line Leslie Ballin
Winkler's Attorney
00


*CG 2line Steve Farese

Winkler's Attorney 54
10 LESLIE BALLIN/WINKLER'S ATTORNEY: THIS
YOUNG LADY IS NOT A DANGER TO THE
COMMUNITY.. IS NOT A DANGER TO ANYONE
AND SHE'S GOING TO COME BACK TO COURT
IT'S JUST A FACT. RUNS 09

3:08

STEVE FARESE: WINKLER'S ATTORNEY: WELL
HER EMOTIONAL STATE IS FRAGILE BUT IT'S
A NEW WORLD AND A NEW DAY FOR HER
TODAY. 13

KNOWING IT'S BEEN BROADCAST ALL OVER
THE WORLD. 21

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Winkler left the jail with her
father. She will be living with friends
and working at a dry cleaner. Her
lawyers are trying to negotiate to
allow Winkler visitation with her three
daughters.

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GRAPHIC=Product Recall Just as many students get ready


to pack up their laptops and head back
to school.... Dell Computer is issuing
a recall...

4 million batteries are being
called back because they could catch
fire.. IT's a problem that could be
deadly.. but nothing new.. as we hear
from Alexis Christoforous.

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*CG locator Dell Video
:07


*CG 2line Cindy Brown
Laptop Fire Victim
:30


*CG 2line Jim Louderback
PC Magazine
:50


*CG standup Alexis Christoforous
:58




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OQ=News 7 < (END SOT) - YOUR COMPUTER COULD BE A FIRE



HAZARD.



VIDEO FROM DELL COMPUTER:



DELL'S RECALL IS JUST THE LATEST
EXAMPLE OF WHAT SOME LAPTOP USERS HAVE
SEEN FIRSTHAND.

no name, I'll have nightmares about it
forever..

THIS ARIZONA MAN SAYS HE'D JUST PUT HIS
DELL LAPTOP IN HIS PICKUP - WHEN

THE SONY BATTERY CAUGHT FIRE..THE TRUCK
WAS DESTROYED.



IN IOWA - THE BATTERY IN AN "APPLE"
LAPTOP SPARKED A FIRE EARLIER THIS

YEAR.



(SOT, Cindy Brown/Laptop Fire Victim)



Had we not been in the room, our house
would have started on fire, I

mean we could have been asleep. It's
just very frightening to think of

what could have happened.



DELL'S RECALL INCLUDES FOUR POPULAR

MODELS.. THE LATITUDE, INSPIRON,

PRECISION AND XPS...

AND LITHIUM ION BATTERIES -- LIKE THE
ONES AT THE CENTER OF DELL'S

RECALL -- ARE USED IN EVERYTHING FROM
CELLPHONES TO MP3 PLAYERS.



Jim Louderback, PC Magazine, "Pretty
much anything that has a battery that
isn't a disposable battery that you buy
at the store is lithium ion and any of
those, most of those could be at risk."

ALEXIS CHRISTOFOROUS: EVEN BEFORE THIS
MASSIVE RECALL, DELL, HP AND APPLE

HAD RECALLED HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF
LAPTOP BATTERIES SINCE JANUARY 05

- WARNING THAT THEY COULD OVERHEAT AND
POSE A FIRE HAZARD.

JIM LOUDERBACK OF P-C MAGAZINE SAYS IF
YOU HAVE AN AFFECTED MODEL, TAKE THE
BATTERY OUT IMMEDIATELY.. AND CONTACT
DELL FOR A REPLACEMENT..

IN THE MEANTIME, IF YOU NEED TO USE
YOUR LAPTOP ON THE ROAD..

Jim Louderback, PC Magazine, "Go buy
an external battery, you can buy a
secondary battery that plugs into the
ac adapter port."

WITH LAPTOPS A WAY OF LIFE IN ONE THIRD

OF AMERICAN HOMES, THE DANGERS

ARE A GROWING CONCERN. ALEXIS
CHRISTOFOROUS, CBS News, New York for
News 7.



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Apple computer says its
investigating the battery issue.
Hewlett Packard says its laptops are
not affected.

Experts say with any mobile device
don't keep charging it for too long-
and never keep it running on flammable
material such as a leather couch or
cloth chair.
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GRAPHIC=None Business is booming in Salem..



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*CG locator Salem

Within the next year,
six-business are scheduled to move in
and call Salem home.

A number of changes will take a
place at Spartan Square.

The Exxon and Dairy Queen will be
torn down to make way for a strip mall.

In that same plaza- the old bank
building will make way for a new
Starbucks.

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INQ=We want people to know...




*CG 2line Melinda Payne
Planning & Economic Development @3:00:57.00


MELINDA PAYNE, PLANNING & ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT

WE WANT PEOPLE TO KNOW WE'RE OPEN FOR
BUSINESS. WE'RE REALLY TRYING
DILIGENTLY TO ATTRACT NEW COMPANIES TO
SALEM. AND DON'T THINK CAUSE ITS LITTLE
SMALL SALEM WE'RE NOT INTERESTED IN YOU
OR WE DON'T HAVE THE BASE OF CITIZENS
TO MAKE BUSINESS VIABLE - WE DO. (12)

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OQ=.. business viable- we do.





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Coming up tonight on News7 at
six, we'll dispel the rumors and tell
you what's heading to Salem.. what's
not and when you can expect it.

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GRAPHIC=None Blacksburg residents won't find


out if they are getting a new high
school stadium anytime soon.

Montgomery County is asking the

town council to delay a vote on
controversial plans to build the
stadium off Price's Fork Road.

BLACKSBURG DOUBLE BOX =Jean/Holly DOUBLE BOXES


MICROWAVE New River Valley Bureau Reporter
Holly Pietrzak was at a town work
session this morning.

Holly, why does the county want
to delay the vote?

LIVE=Holly Full LIVE FULL

*CG live Holly Pietrzak
hollyp@wdbj7.com Jean, the Blacksburg Planning Blacksburg Commission rejected this plan back in :00 March.

There's been a few changes to the
plan since then, so the county wants
another shot at getting the green light
from the commission.

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INQ=All sides agree




*CG locator Blacksburg
:00



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Stadium is falling apart.

So, the school board wants to

build a three-thousand seat stadium
near the Stroubles Strew-bulls Mill
community.

The plan is not popular with some
residents, and town council members say
they want to take their time making a
decision.

Now they may get the chance.

Last week the town council voted
to allow stadium lighting and public
address systems in the town limits.

Now the county wants the Planning
Commission to weigh in on those
changes. So it sent a letter asking
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LIVE=Holly Full LIVE FULL

*CG liveloc Blacksburg

This means the public meeting
scheduled for next Tuesday is canceled.

I talked to a few council
members, and they say this is a good
thing.. they want more time to make
this big decision.

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Jean, the town council probably
won't vote on whether or not to build
the new stadium off Price's Fork Road
until at least October.

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CAM A Franklin County dairy is on the
road to retro. Coming up next, we'll
tell you why it is bringing back the
milkman.

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*CG tease Longevity Lesson

Plus on Healthcheck, we'll look at the
reasons more Americans are making it to
100 and beyond.

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ANCHOR ON CAM The search is on for two Fox TV

GRAPHIC=None journalists kidnapped in Gaza.



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*CG locator Khan Younis, Gaza Palestinian security forces are
searching across Gaza for the two who
were captured by Palestinian gunmen.

Freelance cameraman Olaf Wiig (Weeg)
from New Zealand and Correspondent
Steve Centanni an American were
abducted yesterday.

Masked gunman ambushd their sport
utility vehicle on Monday, dragged them
out of the vehicle and drove away.

A Fox News report said the network
did not know who had taken them- and
there were no immediate claims of
responsibility for the abductions.


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GRAPHIC=None A Franklin County dairy producer


is pulling out of some major grocery
store chains.

But, the owners say they're going
in a new direction, that's a lot closer

to home.

Myranda Stephens explains.

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*CG locator Franklin Co.
:00


*CG 2line David Bower
Homestead Creamery Owner
:26
*CG 2line Myranda Stephens
mstephens@wdbj7.com
:42

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SOT FULL NATS OF WAREHOUSE @ 4711!!!



INQ= 4711 NATS OF MILK INTO BOTTLE



(END SOT)



It's only natural the company that
brought back milk in a bottle --

SOT FULL MORE NATS OF WAREHOUSE @ !!!!



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is now bringing back the milkman.

SOT FULL NATS OF JEFF SETTING DOWN BASKET @
INQ= 55:33!!!



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INQ= OF BITE!!!



38:45 THAT'S WHAT WE DO. WE REALLY
DON'T FOCUS ON WHO IT IS, THE DRIVER,
WE FOCUS ON THE MILKMAN 51

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Homestead Creamery began its home
delivery service in June -- not long
after it stopped delivering to about 20
of its partner grocery stores.

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INQ= 3628 DAVID BOWER/HOMESTEAD CREAMERY


OWNER: WITH A SMALL COMPANY LIKE US,
WHEN WE STOP AND DELIVER SMALL
DELIVERIES WORKING WITH THE COMMERCIAL,
THE WAY AMERICA OPERATES COMMERICALLY,
WE JUST FOUND OURSELVES LOSING MONEY 39

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INQ= 00:21 MYRANDA STEPHENS/REPORTING: BUT


BOWER SAYS DELIVERING TO HOMES IS
SOMETHING HE AND HIS PARTNER HAD BEEN
WANTING TO DO EVER SINCE THEY OPENED
THE BUSINESS BACK IN 2001, WHEN
SEPTEMBER ELEVENTH CHANGED EVERYTHING
31

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INQ= VIDEO AFTER "WHERE IT COME FROM"!!!!




4126 PEOPLE DON'T TRUST THINGS THAT ARE
OUT THERE ONT HE SHELF THEY WANT TO
KNOW WHERE IT COME FROM,31 AND IF IT
COMES FROM LOCAL, THEY CAN SEE THE COW
, THEY CAN SEE THE PRODUCT 38 THEY CAN
SEE THE PEOPLE, THEY HAVE THAT TRUST
AGAIN 38

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SOT FULL NATS OF CUSTOMER @ 54:11!!!!



INQ= 54:11 SEE YOU, SEE YOU NEXT WEEK, ABOUT


THIS TIME 14

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Right now, the company has about
300-customers on its single route
through Franklin County and the Roanoke
Valley.

But, Bower says they hope to soon build
their clientele with four more routes.

SOT FULL NATS OF GETTING IN CAR OR BEHIND THE
INQ= WHEEL!!!!



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Taking the home in Homestead Creamery
in an entirely new direction.

Myranda Stephens, News 7, Franklin
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ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER

ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER

More and more Americans are living
to 100 and beyond... but why?
Researchers are now studying families,
hoping to unravel the secrets of why
some people live so long.

Doctor Mallika Marshall has more in
this Healthcheck 7 report.

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*CG locator Swampscott, MA


*CG 2line Dr. Thomas Perls
BU Medical Center


*CG standup Dr. Mallika Marshall
CBS News


*CG 2line Tony Pierro
110 Years Old




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(END SOT) PKG (nats)(Swampscott, MA) TONY PIERRO


(peer-oh) HAS LIVED DURING THREE
DIFFERENT CENTURIES. IN FACT HE S BEEN
AROUND SO MANY YEARS IT S HARD TO KEEP
TRACK. (SOT-Tony Pierro/110-Years-Old)


(brother) "you're 110" (tony) "I even
forgot how old I am." IT S A LITTLE
EASIER FOR TONY S KID BROTHER NICK TO
REMEMBER.... HE S ONLY 97. SO WHAT S
ALLOWED THESE MEN TO LIVE SO LONG?....
THAT S THE QUESTION RESEARCHERS ARE NOW
TRYING TO ANSWER. THEY'VE LAUNCHED AN
INTERNATIONAL STUDY..... EXAMINING THE
PIERROS AND OTHER SIBLINGS WHO VE LIVED
INTO THEIR 90 S AND BEYOND. (SOT - Dr.


Thomas Perls/BU Medical Center) "So we
want to find out what these family
members have in common that allow them
to get to such old age such as
environment, behavior even genes."
(STANDUP: Dr. Mallika Marshall/CBS
NEWS/Boston, MA) GENETICS PLAY A
ROLE..... SO DOES EXERCISE AND DIET.
SCIENTISTS SAY THEY'VE FOUND THAT THE
EXCEPTIONALLY OLD ARE NOT ONLY ABLE TO
LIVE A LONG LIFE BUT ALSO A HEALTHY ONE
TOO. (nats) DOCTOR THOMAS PERLS SAYS

MUCH OF THAT HAS TO DO WITH HOW THESE
PEOPLE HANDLE STRESS. (SOT-Dr. Thomas


Perls/BU Medical Center) (vo) "we see
time and time again that these (oc)
individuals manage their stress
incredibly well." THE BROTHER S SAY
THAT S WHAT KEEPS THEM GOING. (SOT-Tony


Pierro/110-Years-Old) "three good meals
a day and nothing to worry about it."
(SOT-Nick Pierro/97-Years-Old)


(vo)"peace of mind, learn (oc) early in
life to have peace of mind."
RESEARCHERS WILL NOW TRY TO FIND OUT
WHAT OTHER SECRETS SIBLINGS LIKE THE
PIERRO'S HOLD. IT'S HOPED THE RESULTS
WILL HELP US ALL LIVE LONGER. DOCTOR
MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.

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There is some breaking news this
afternoon out of the N-F-L.

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*CG tease Back to Browns

The trade that sent former Hokie Lee

Suggs to the New York Jets has been
called off.

Mike Stevens will tell us why in just
a few moments.

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Investors saw some big moves on Wall
Street today. We'll tell you all about
them in our Moneywatch report.

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*CG tease Speed Golf

Plus some golfers who are on the
fast track to the big time.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Good afternoon everybody and


welcome to the Tuesday ticker.

We begin with some unfrtunate
news for Roanoke's own Lee Suggs.

The former Fleming and Virginia
Tech star was traded yesterday to the
Jets - a team in need a running back.

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*CG file NFL

Suggs was elated about the trade
and arrived at the Jets' camp at
Hofstra Univerisity last night.

Unfortunately, this morning when

he went through his routine physical -
he didn't pass it. The Jets failed to
say what the problem was, but News 7
Sports has learned that the Jets
weren't sure about Suggs' left knee.

Back in February he had
arthroscopic surgery on the knee and
went through the proper rehab. And
while he's been playing fine in
Cleveland, the Jets weren't comfortable
with completing a trade for a player
who is not in their estimation 100
percent ready to play.

By the way the left knee is the
same one Suggs injured in 2001 at
Virginia Tech when he tore the anterior
cruciate ligament, underwent surgery
and missed the remainder of that 2001
season.

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GRAPHIC=Bam The Friday Football Extra Preview


tour hits the Triple "A" ranks today
with Franklin County. The Eagles made
it to the playoffs last season where
they lost in a first round shootout.


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*CG locator Rocky Mount

Franklin County looks to make
another post-season run with a new Head
Coach in Ben Boyd who has been
assistant under his predecessor Billy
Miles - who retired after last season.
Miles re-energized the Eagles Football
program and he did not leave the
cupboard bare.

Coming up tonight on News 7 at 6
Coach Boyd will talk about some of his
returning starters and team leaders
including his quarterback D.J. Willis
who is back for his 3rd season under
center as well as how the kids are
responding to a new Head Coach.

Willis will be the man in charge
of the offense that has added a few new
wrinkles to the playbook that adds a
little bit more air to the attack.

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GRAPHIC=BAM The former coach of the Eagles



was of course a longtime assistant at
Salem high school.

And next month many of his former
players are coming together

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*CG locator Rocky Mount
Friday Football Extra to say thanks to Coach Miles for :00 his dedication to football and molding
young men over the years. The event
will take place on September 17th at
6:30pm at the Penguin Club in Salem and
it you're interested you need to
contact Larry Wills. The event is for
players and coaches only due to space
limitations.

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GRAPHIC=BAM And we want to remind you that


the fifth annual Roy Stanley Memorial
Captain's Choice golf tournament is
coming up this Sunday at Hanging Rock.

As many of you know - Roy was the
superstar of the News 7 Sports
department for 30 years before passing

away in April of 2002.
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His annual captain's choice golf
event has helped fund 14 scholarships
and raise over $100 thousand dollars
since his passing.

This Sunday we hope you'll
consider putting a team in the
tournament. There are two flights -
one at 7:30am and another at 1:30pm at
Hanging Rock. GO TO APRISA WDBJ WEB SITE

For more information check out
web sites in the news at WDBJ seven dot
com.

We'll be back at the top of the
hour with much more including a
training camp fight involing DeAngelo
Hall.

Take care everybody.

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GRAPHIC=NONE A Roanoke-based company may be


bought out.

The Associated Press reports
Superior Essex plans to buy Optical
Cable Corporation. Superior Essex is
offering six-dollars a share for the
deal.

With more on the rest of the
market, here is Alexis Christoforous.

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GRAPHIC=None Everyone has a hobby, but the


hard part is turning it into a
something big. Scott McKinney and David
Orgon are giving golf to a whole new
meaning.

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VO-NAT The halftime show at the
Minnesota Vikings game Monday night


featured two men who hold world records
in something that sounds pretty simple:
hitting golf balls.

McKinney sets golf balls for
Orgon to hit at record speed. Orgon
took up speed hitting ten years ago
after a bad day on the range.

The duo takes this talent very
seriously practicing three times a week
along with regular visits to the
chiropracter.

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