9/16/06

News-7 at 6:00





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CAPTION: SPINACH STATE

Virginia joins the list of states hit
by spinach E. coli.


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CAPTION: Warmer Weather

Script Warmer temperatures tomorrow ---



however the extended forecast offers a
taste of fall!


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CAPTION: DETECTOR WORKS

Script: Another carbon monoxide leak at
Roanoke College, but this time, a
detector makes a difference.


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CAPTION: LASTING LOSS

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GRAPHIC=News7@6 Good evening, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



<< *CG standup Kimberly McBroom
@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com


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GRAPHIC=News7@6 Virginia is now included in the E-


Coli outbreak.

Late last night, officials with
the Virginia Department of Health
confirmed one case of the bacterial
infection, but wouldn't offer any other
details.

E- Coli linked to bagged spinach
has been blamed for dozens of

cases of across the country, including
one death in Wisconsin.

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*CG locator Roanoke

Yesterday, several Virginia
grocery stores pulled the leafy greens
from their shelves.

Those included Food Lion, Kroger,
Ukrop's and Fresh Market.

*CG locator New York, NY While stores around the country are
taking similar precautions, health
experts advise you to watch out for
E-Coli symptoms like cramps, diarrhea,

and nausea.

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INQ=If you have any




*CG 2line Dr. Mallika Marshall
CBS News Dr. Mallika Marshall/CBS News: If you
have any of the symptoms we talked
about..even if you don't think that you
were exposed to E-Coli, you need to
talk to your doctor. For this
particular E-Coli infection,
antibiotics don't work, because it's
actually a toxin produced by the
bacteria that causes the problem. But
you may need supportive care. Call
your doctor, you may need I-V
hydration, or other laboratory studies

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Doctor Marshall also has tips on
preventing E- Coli and other food-
borne illnesses-- like washing fruits
and vegetables before you eat them, and
thoroughly cooking beef and other
meat.

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TAKE WDBJ WEB PAGE FS TAKE FS GFX
Kim Reads The Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention have much more information
on this outbreak.

Find the link at wdbj7-dot-com, under
Web Sites in the News.
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GRAPHIC=Carbon Monoxide It has happened again, another carbon


monoxide leak at Roanoke College.

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*CG locator Salem

The latest incident happened just
after one this morning at the Sigma Chi
House on campus.

Seven students were inside at the

time of the incident.

All got out safely without injury.

That wasn't the case in August, when
a carbon monoxide leak in a dorm killed
one man, and sent several others to the
hospital.

Shortly after that incident, the
college installed carbon monoxide
detectors in all of its buildings, and
that made the difference this time
around.

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*CG 2line Mike Maxey
Roanoke College Spokesperson MIKE MAXEY/ROANOKE COLLEGE
SPOKESPERSON: WE ARE REASSURED HERE IS
THE SAFETY SYSTEMS WE PUT IN PLACE AS A
RESULT OF THIS SUMMER WORKED AND IN
FACT IN THIS CASE THE ALARMS WORKED,
THE NOTIFICATION PROCESS WORKED, THE
STUDENTS WERE EVACUATED SO WE'RE ALL
JUST GRATEFUL THEY ARE SAFE AND SOUND.

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The Salem Fire Department is still

trying to determine what caused the
leak.

Until that happens and the problem is
fixed, members of the Sigma Chi house
have been relocated to another home.

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GRAPHIC=Hold College administrators say it


examined all gas- fired appliances
after this summer's incident, including
the ones in the Sigma Chi house.

They checked out o- k.

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GRAPHIC=Iraq Homecoming A big thank you today for the men and


women who put their lives on the line
serving our country.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

The family support group threw a
welcome home party this afternoon for
the 80th Training Division.


The Army Reserve soldiers were
treated to a free lunch and the use of
the facilities at Loch Haven Lake.

The soldiers, who were in Iraq for a
year, say they're happy to be home
safely and getting reacquainted with
their families.

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INQ=It means a lot




*CG 2line Mark Williams
80th Training Division
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*CG 2line David West
80th Training Division MARK WILLIAMS/80TH TRAINING DIVISION: :11 I MISSED THE BIRTH BUT I WAS HOME FOR
FOUR DAYS WHILE HE WAS IN HOSPITAL AND
THAT'S ABOUT ALL I'VE SEEN HIM BUT
COMING BACK HE'S GLUED TO ME, IT'S LIKE
HIS EXTRA HIP AND HE JUST LOVES HIS
DADDY.

DAVID WEST/80TH TRAINING DIVISION: IT
MEANS A LOT. EVERYBODY JUST SHOWING
THEIR APPRECIATION FOR THE JOB WE'VE
DONE AND ACTUALLY THANKING US, IT
REALLY MEANS A LOT.

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The soldiers from the 80th division
say they're also happy to be back in
the Roanoke Valley because of the
cooler temperatures.

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GRAPHIC=Norfolk Southern Norfolk Southern says a planned


intermodal facility in the Roanoke

Valley is still a long ways off.

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*CG locator Richmond

The company recently presented
planned rail improvements to Virginia's
Rail Advisory Board.

To relieve choke points along the
I- 81 corridor, Norfolk Southern wants
to build longer "sidings" or lanes for
long trains to pass one another.

Officials say diverting truck
traffic along the interstate to rail
will require buying new trains, and
making significant improvements to a
system that hasn't been updated in
years.

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INQ=It was last intensively




*CG 2line Bill Schafer
Norfolk Southern Corporate Affairs 12:23:58 BILL SCHAFER/NS CORPORATE
AFFAIRS: IT WAS LAST INTENSIVELY USED
WHEN THE PASSENGER TRAINS WENT DOWN
THERE WHICH WENT AWAY IN THE LATE
1960'S AND FREIGHT TRAINS BACK THEN
WERE A LOT SHORTER THAN THEY ARE NOW.

WE'RE OPERATING A DIFFERENT KIND OF
RAILROAD NOW THAN WE WERE 35- 40- YEARS
AGO.

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Both Norfolk Southern and V-dot
have planned studies to see how rail
can be used to get more trucks off the
interstate.

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GRAPHIC=Crime, Generic You have to actually "pull the


trigger" to receive the death penalty
in Virginia.

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*CG file File Tape

After the 2002 sniper shootings,
one delegate hopes to change that.

Delegate Todd Gilbert says

prosecutors had to "stretch" to get a
capital conviction against John Allen
Muhammad.

He believes anyone who assists in
a capital murder should be eligible for
the death penalty.

The attorney general's office
thinks that would help in cases where
two people are placing the blame on
each other, and ballistics evidence
can't prove which person pulled the
trigger.

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INQ=The judge, every court, anyone




*CG 2line Katherine Baldwin
Assistant Attorney General 12:33:47 KATHERINE BALDWIN/ASSISTANT
ATTORNEY GENERAL: THE JUDGE, EVERY
COURT, ANYONE WHO WOULD LOOK AT THIS
WOULD AGREE THAT BOTH PEOPLE SHARED THE
INTENT TO KILL THE PERSON AND WERE
PRESENT, PARTICIPATED IN IT AND YET YOU
CAN'T PROVE WHO KILLED THE PERSON.

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Gilbert is also asking the

General Assembly to consider making it
a capital offense to kill a witness.

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GRAPHIC=Megamillions You'll have to wait for another time in


hopes of grabbing a big MegaMillions
jackpot.

One player has won last night's 163-
million- dollar grand prize.

Lottery officials say the winning
ticket from the drawing was sold in
Bainbridge, Georgia.



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The Hokies cruise in Blacksburg.
Highlights from Lane Stadium are still
ahead.

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*CG tease HOME FREE

A ticket stub from the game gets you
into the Home Show for free. We'll tell
you why.
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Building futures, one home at a time.

Still ahead, churches join forces for
constructive purposes.

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*CG tease ANIMAL HOUSE

And how do you get more people to adopt
a pet?

Why not invite them to an Open House.
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GRAPHIC=None If you're looking to renovate your


home, then the Salem Civic is the place
to be this weekend.

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*CG locator Salem

That's where the Roanoke Regional
Home Builders Association is hosting
the 11th annual Home Solutions Expo.

It's a chance for you to see the
latest products and design trends for
renovation projects.

The two- day show wraps up tomorrow,
and organizers are giving folks an
incentive to show up Sunday.

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IN Q=Because we know




*CG 2line Melody Williams
Home Solutions Expo MELODY WILLIAMS/HOME SOLUTIONS EXPO:
BECAUSE WE KNOW WE'RE IN DIRECT
CONFLICT WITH TWO HOME GAMES FOR UVA
AND VIRGINIA TECH TODAY ON SATURDAY WE
ARE OFFERING FOR THEM TO COME ON SUNDAY
THEY CAN BRING THEIR TICKET STUBS FROM
SATURDAY'S GAME AND PRESENT IT AT THE
BOX OFFICE AND THEY CAN GET IN FOR
FREE.

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OQ=in for free





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Also free of charge, the chance to
meet News 7 personalities.

We have a booth at the show where you
can enter to win a counter- top
television, complete with a DVD player.

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GRAPHIC=None Of course it's always nice if you can


get someone to do the handiwork for
you.

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*CG locator Roanoke

Volunteers from twelve area churches
are doing just that.

They are building two Habitat for
Humanity Homes in Northwest Roanoke.

One is for a family from Somalia,
the other is a single mother from
Roanoke.

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*CG 2line Erin Collard
Habitat Homeowner
:00 (QUICK)


*CG 2line Cindy Gray
Habitat for Humanity 20:37:22; 20:40:35
:06 ERIN COLLARD/HABITAT HOMEOWNER: I

CAN'T THANK THESE PEOPLE ENOUGH. IT'S
JUST WONDERFUL SEEING THEM WORKING ON
THEIR DAYS OFF.

CINDY GRAY/HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: FOR
WHEN WE HAVE THE DEDICATIONS AND WHEN
THE HOMEOWNERS GET THEIR KEYS AND MOVE
IN. THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT. YOU
JUST GET UP AND SAY THIS IS THE DAY
THEY GET TO SEE THEIR DREAMS COME TRUE.

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The homes should be ready for move-
in by early December.

Once completed, Habitat for Humanity
will have built 145 homes in the
Roanoke Valley.

On average, Habitat builds eight to
ten homes in the area each year.

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GRAPHIC=None There was also plenty of blood,



sweat, and tears at another event
today.

This one was in Roanoke County.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

Cave Spring High School's cross
country team hosted the third annual
Knights Crossing Invitational at Green
Hill Park this morning.

The tournament is one of the largest
high school meets in southwest
Virginia.

This year it featured more than 900
runners made up of 31 teams.

The top three teams went home with
trophies.

In addition, the top 15 girls and
boys received medals.

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GRAPHIC=None Coming up, the Hokies pitch their


second shutout of the season, and

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*CG tease D3 FIREWORKS

Ferrum lights up the scoreboard
with Bridgewater in a huge Division
Three rumble on a special day for Hank
Norton.

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GRAPHIC=TECH The U.S. Army Parachute Team


known as the Golden Knights was
supposed to jump into Lane Stadium
today. That was canceled due to fog.
Virginia Tech made the Duke Blue Devils
look like they were playing in a fog as
Grant Kittelson explains from
Blacksburg.

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*CG locator Blacksburg
Hokies vs Blue Devils
:00
*CG 2line Eddie Royal
58 Yard Punt Return for TD
:47
*CG 2line Sam Wheeler
2 Catches for 25 Yards and TD
1:06
*CG 2line Sean Glennon
3rd Career Start at QB for VT
1:29
*CG 2line Aaron Rouse
Virginia Tech Senior Safety
1:50
****** QUICK *******


*CG final Duke
0
Virginia Tech
36
1:57


*CG 2line Kenny Lewis Jr.
Scored first Career Touchdown
2:08
*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com

2:17

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GRAPHIC=UVA Virginia is locked in a tight one


with Western Michigan. Kevin McCabe
got the start at quarterback and led a
first half TD drive, but he also threw
two picks and was replaced by Christian
Olsen. Jameel Sewell also got some
snaps for the Hoos. The Broncos added
a field goal and held on to win it 17
to 10.
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GRAPHIC=FERRUM The Ferrum College Panthers


welcomed Bridgwater to campus today in
a matchup of Division Three playoff
teams from last season.

Mike Stevens has some of the
highlights of the game and the halftime
ceremony.


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*CG locator Ferrum
Eagles vs. Panthers
:00
*CG reporter Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
:11
*CG 2line Hank Norton
244 Wins at Ferrum from 1960-93
1:06
*CG final Bridgewater
30
Ferrum
27
Final In Overtime
1:36



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OQ=...NEWS 7 SPORTS << Ferrum players take touching the
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Panthers' national championship team
that season seriously.

And with quarterback Jeff
Highfill and 10th ranked Bridgewater in
town the Panthers had no other choice
but to bring their A game.

Highfill hands off to Phillip

Carter and the Junior tailback just
refuses to go down. His dazzling TD
run helped Bridgewater take a 13 to
nothing lead right out the blocks.

Ferrum could have folded, but
instead the Panthers rose up and reeled
off 20 unanswered points. Quarterback
Jermaine Pitts get the comeback started
with this keeper off the right side.

Then just before the half -
Ferrum gets friendly bounce on the
fumble right back to Kerel Whitehead
and he score to make it 20-to-13
Panthers at the half.

The celebration continued at
intermission as the College welcomed
Hank Norton back to campus.

More than 100 of Big Daddy's
former players turned out to honor the
legendary coach and present with the
bust cast in his likeness.

HANK NORTON

DONNIE MOORE

Bridgewater would comeback in the
second half with the help of a couple





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GRAPHIC=Friday Football Extra Finally tonight, Pulaski County


High School is mourning the loss of
kicking coach Kenneth Dobson, for whom
the stadium at the school is named.

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*CG locator Pulaski
:00 Dobson, who was in his 80's,
passed away early this morning. Among
his pupils were former Hokies Chris
Kinzer and Shayne Graham.

Dobson didn't even start
coaching until 1989, when he retired
after 24 years as the County's School
Board Superintendent. He hired Joel
Hicks as coach. Dobson was on the
sidelines last night for Pulaski's loss
to Franklin County.

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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None It's a problem facing just about


every animal shelter--too many animals,
not enough people to adopt.

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*CG locator Salem

So, the Salem Animal Shelter held an
open house today.

The program was called "Day of H- O-
P -E"

Hope, in this instance, is an
acronym for "helping our
pet-overpopulation explosion."

Organizers say unwanted cats and dogs
are a big problem.

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*CG 2line Bill Bandy
Salem's Animal Control 22:36:33 BILL BANDY/SALEM'S ANIMAL
CONTROL: UNFORTUNATELY IN THIS COUNTRY

THERE ARE SEVEN ANIMALS BORN TO EVERY
ONE PERSON SO OBVIOUSLY THERE ARE TOO
MANY ANIMALS AND NOT ENOUGH HOMES SO WE
ARE DOING OUR BEST TO BRING ATTENTION
THAT ANIMALS NEED TO SPAY OR NEUTERED
TO LOWER THE NUMBERS OF COMING INTO
ANIMAL SHELTERS INORDER TO PLACE MORE
ANIMALS.

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OQ=to place more animals





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Those who adopted an animal today at
the shelter did so at half price.

The shelter was hoping today's event
would lead to at least fifteen
adoptions.

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