09/17/06

News 7 at 6


HOLLY ON CAM HOLLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Roanoke College We now know what caused the


carbon monoxide leak at a Roanoke
College fraternity house.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem
Saturday Fire officials tied the leak to a :00 clogged flue pipe in the boiler system.

The students returned to the
house last night.

Seven students were inside the
Sigma Chi House on campus around one
o'clock Saturday morning, when at least
one alarm went off.

All got out safely without
injury.

*CG locator Salem That wasn't the case in July, when a July carbon monoxide leak in a dorm killed :19 one man, and sent several others to the
hospital.

Shortly after that incident, the
college installed carbon monoxide
detectors in all of its buildings.



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GRAPHIC=None The Attorney General says "yes",


but gays and lesbians across Virginia
are saying "no" ... as the battle
continues over an amendment to ban same
sex marriage.

The proposal will be on the
November ballot ... opponents rallied
against the measure today in Roanoke.

Steve Smallshaw reports.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG standup Steve Smallshaw
ssmallshaw@wdbj7.com
:34
*CG 2line Theresa Hoback
Event Organizer
:44


*CG locator Richmond
Thursday

:52


*CG 2line Sen. Steve Newman

(R) Lynchburg


1:04


*CG 2line Molly McClintock
Event Organizer
1:19



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OQ=News7, Roanoke.



(END SOT) <<
NATSOT natsot march 10:05:00


RUN03 VOTE 'NO' VIRGINIA! VOTE 'NO' VIRGINIA!

For 17 years, Roanoke's gays and
lesbians have made Elmwood Park their
rallying point to gain acceptance in
the community.

Roanoke, they say, is a good place
to live.

They believe the real problem is in
Richmond.

NATSOT natsot speaker 10:44:46


RUN06 THEY SAY THAT THE QUEER COMMUNITY NEEDS
A HERO TO LEAD THE MOVEMENT. AND I SAY
THAT WE ARE ALL OUR OWN HEROES.

A Constitutional amendment that
defines marriage as being between one

man and one woman will be on the ballot
this fall.

Some feel it discriminates against
gays and other unmarried couples.
STANDUP STANDUP 10:54:19

IN Q=Critics of the Critics of the measure say it's simply


another tool to get conservative voters
to the polls this fall. But the gay and
lesbian community hopes events like
this will help motivate their
supporters as well.

RUN11 (END SOT)



OUT Q=as well.





SOT SOT FULL 10:36:21



IN Q=We're just like THERESA HOBACK/EVENT ORGANIZER: WE'RE


JUST LIKE EVERYBODY ELSE, WE HAVE
FAMILIES AND FOSTER CHILDREN AND WE
NEED TO HAVE THE SAME RIGHTS AS
EVERYBODY ELSE.

RUN08 (END SOT)



OUT Q=everybody else. Attorney General Bob McDonnell last


week issued an opinion that the
amendment will "not" infringe on the
current legal rights of any Virginian.

State Senator Steve Newman says
that takes the bite out of the
opponents' argument.

SOT SOT FULL 17:24:57




IN Q=But to try SEN. STEVE NEWMAN/R-LYNCHBURG:BUT TO


TRY TO SCARE PEOPLE ABOUT CONTRACTS AND
WILLS AND AUGMENTED ESTATES AND THINGS
LIKE THAT, ARE REALLY SOMETHING I DON'T
THINK REALLY HELPS THE DISCUSSION ON
THIS AMENDMENT, AND I THINK THE
ATTORNEY GENERAL HAS LAID OUT THE CASE
FOR WHAT THE MEASURE DOES IN PRETTY
CLEAR TERMS.

RUN16 (END SOT)



OUT Q=pretty clear terms.





SOT SOT FULL 10:38:49



IN Q=We disagree with MOLLY MCCLINTOCK/EVENT ORGANIZER: WE


DISAGREE WITH WHAT THE ATTORNEY
GENERAL'S INTERPRETATION IS AND WE HAVE
MANY, MANY ATTORNEYS IN ROANOKE WHO ARE
ON RECORD AS SAYING 'NO, THAT'S NOT
WHAT THIS WILL DO, THAT THIS WILL
REALLY PUT UNFAIR STANDARDS IN PLACE
FOR UNMARRIED COUPLES, WILL IMPEDE
THEIR ABILITY TO CONTRACT WITH EACH
OTHER.

RUN14 (END SOT)



OUT Q=with each other. Recent polls show widespread support


for the amendment.

But gay activists say they're
beginning to turn the tide.

Steve Smallshaw, News7, Roanoke. >>


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GRAPHIC=Robbery, generic An armed robber didn't get too


far in Montgomery County last night.

Investigators say 23 year-old
David Park of Roanoke went into
Italiano's Restaurant just after 10
along Radford Road with a handgun and
demanded money.

He's also accused of firing the
gun.

No one was injured.

Shortly after, Park's car was
spotted and he was arrested.

He faces a list of felony charges
including attempted armed robbery and
attempted capital murder.

He's being held in jail without
bond.
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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2006 The Virginia U.S. Senate race was


the focus of the Sunday morning talk
shows.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG locator Washington, DC
Courtesy: NBC, Meet the Press This morning Senator George Allen
and democratic candidate Jim Webb were
on NBC's Meet the Press with Tim
Russert.

Allen defended his decision to
support President Bush's call to invade
Iraq saying that there was sufficient
intelligence to draw a clear threat
between Saddam Hussein and the U.S.

With regards to whether he
supported tougher interrogation of
terrorists he said he was undecided.

Jim Webb said he sided with
fellow war veterans, Senators John
Warner and John McCain and former
Secretary of State Colin Powell that
the Geneva Convention must not be
amended.

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GRAPHIC=None Four months after a Martinsville


car dealer was killed in a motorcycle
accident, his friends are making sure

he didn't die in vain.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Ridgeway

Dozens of bikers turned out for a
benefit motorcycle and car ride in
Ridgeway today to honor the memory of
Charles White.

White was killed when his bike
struck a car on Route 220 in North
Carolina back in May.

Today's event was designed to raise
money for a scholarship in his honor.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL 00:11:38
SOT FULL



INQ=Very young fellow




*CG 2line Bill Martin
Event Organizer BILL MARTIN/EVENT ORGANIZER: VERY YOUNG
FELLOW, UNFORTUNATELY, TO BE TAKEN THAT
QUICK. LOVED TO TRAVEL, HAD MORE ENERGY
THAN MOST FOLKS YOU'LL EVER MEET, VERY
COMMUNITY-MINDED, AND WILL BE SERIOUSLY
MISSED HERE. MARTINSVILLE NEEDS THAT
KIND OF ENERGY.

RUNS=14 (END SOT)



OUT Q=that kind of energy.






VO-NAT VO-NAT



White's friends say he was a big
supporter of education, so proceeds
from the ride will support students in
both Martinsville and Henry County.

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GRAPHIC=Feedback The 9-11 documentary, and


WDBJ's decision to delay its broadcast,
continue to fill our mailbag.

Here are Keith Humphry and
Jean Jadhon.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=





RUNS=1:40 (END SOT)



OQ=with News-7 Feedback < (END SOT) complaints, General Manager Bob Lee


decided to delay the broadcast of the
9-11 documentary. WDBJ-7 received
dozens of emails and phone calls after
the announcement. Here are two on

opposite ends of the spectrum.



SOT FULL 2:07:54 SOT FULL



INQ=You're allowing You're allowing a small group of people


to speak for the rest of the world and
the rest of your viewers. WDBJ is
spineless in this.

RUN=11 (END SOT)



OQ=spineless in this



BUTT BUTT BUTT



SOT FULL 2:08:24 SOT FULL



INQ=Bob Lee spoke Bob Lee spoke so coherently and


cogently about what's the matter with
the government and the FCC tonight. It
made me very proud to have someone
stand up and say what I think a lot of
people are thinking.

RUN=13 (END SOT)



OQ=people are thinking



Randolph-Macon's decision to admit men
and the ensuing protest by students and
alumae made two viewers think back to
an earlier fight over coeducation.



"I think it's great," wrote Chad
Cubitt, "now they know how it feels.
Where were all these people when VMI
was forced to turn co-ed?"


SOT FULL 2:09:42 SOT FULL



INQ=Just a few Just a few years ago, women wanted


equality and to be in VMI and they took
one of the oldest and most traditional
schools and opened it up for women to
attend there. Now my question to these
women at Randolph-Macon college is: if
they want equality, why isn't it fair
for men to go to their college?

RUN=21 (END SOT)



OQ=go to their college?



If you have a comment on the news, or
how we covered it, let us know by
phone, letter or email. I'm Keith
Humphry.



And I'm Jean Jadhon with News-7
Feedback.>>

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Still to come on News 7...the
latest on a warning about fresh spinach
that could be contaminated with e-coli.

ENG#=3





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease GLOBAL WARMING


Plus...global warming is catching
the attention of faith communities.






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WEATHER CENTER POSITION #1













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CK-TITAN RADAR ANALYSIS




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EXTENDED FORECASTS




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HOLLY ON CAM HOLLY ON CAM

From the race in New Hampshire to
week number two in the N-F-L...Travis
Wells will have the rundown later in
sports.

ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease CELTIC FESTIVAL

Plus...area families get a chance
to learn about their Scotch-Irish
heritage.









END VO END VO

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GRAPHIC=None It's been a hot summer, in fact,


a new study indicates it was the tenth
warmest Virginia has seen in more than
100- years.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

Researchers at the U-S Public
Interest Research Group studied weather
stations in all 50- states.

In Roanoke, from January- to-
July of this year, they found the
average temperature was two- point- six
degrees above normal.

In Lynchburg, the average

temperature was nearly two- degrees
above normal.... normal temperatures
are calculated by looking at numbers
from 1971 to 2000.

Reverend Pat Watkins studies
environmental science and works with
the Virginia Interfaith Center.

He says global warming is gaining
concern in faith communities.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=So it's not just a liberal




*CG 2line Rev. Pat Watkins
Virginia Interfaith Center 9:02:59 REV. PAT WATKINS/VIRGINIA
INTERFAITH CENTER: SO IT'S NOT JUST A
LIBERAL CHRISTIAN THING. IT'S ALL
PEOPLE OF FAITH AND ALL DIFFERENT KINDS
OF THEOLOGIES THAT ARE BECOMING
CONCERNED ABOUT IT.

RUNS=10 (END SOT)



OQ=becoming concerned about it.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Watkins believes Virginians can
make a big difference by doing little
things like buying more fuel- efficient
vehicles or taking public
transportation when possible.


(END VO) (END VO)



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GRAPHIC=HEALTH REVIEW The FDA issues a warning to


consumers not to eat fresh spinach
because of possible e-coli
contamination.

And a new study looks at Vitamin
D and its effects on cancer prevention.

Joy Sutton has those stories and
more in health review.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Grocery stores


*CG 2line Dr. John Rogers
Blue Ridge Cancer Care
:42
*CG 2line Nancy Barker
Barker Chiropractic Clinic
1:07
*CG reporter Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com
1:52

RUNS=1:58 (END SOT)




OQ=health review <


(END SOT) Grocery stores in our area aren't


taking any chances with e-coli
contamination. Places like the Fresh
Market have removed all fresh spinach
products from the shelves.

Officials have linked the e-coli
outbreak to a farm in California.

tape 505-16 @ 1:19:05

In other medical headlines --

A new study shows Vitamin D may help
prevent pancreatic cancer.

use pre-pro here from pkg

Researchers looked at the long-term
health surveys of more than
122-thousand men and women. They found
that those who consumed 400
International Units of Vitamin D daily
reduced the risk of pancreatic cancer
by 43 percent.

Dr. John Rogers says the study is
promising but more research is still
needed to back it up.


SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= PANCREATIC CANCER REMAINS A VERY
runs= DIFFICULT CANCER FOR US TO TREAT. THERE


ISN'T A SCREENING TEST FOR PANCREATIC
CANCER AND UNFORTUNATELY WHEN IT'S

DIAGNOSED IT'S ALMOST UNIFORMLY FATAL
02 SO OBVIOUSLY IF WE CAN IDENTIFY
ANYTHING THAT MAY PROTECT PATIENTS FROM
DIAGNOSIS IS STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION

(END SOT)



TAKE 506-13 @ 1:14:33

In other health news, backpacks that
are too heavy or worn improperly can
lead to back problems.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= I SEE IT PROGRESSING. WHAT HAPPENS IS
runs= THEY DON'T FEEL IT MUCH IN ELEMENTARY


SCHOOL...BY HIGH SCHOOL THAT'S REALLY
WHEN THE PROBLEMS ARE SHOWING UP

(END SOT)



Schools like Hidden Valley Middle
realize the problem. That's why the
school doesn't allow backpacks in
class. Some teachers also offer
classroom sets or on-line text books.

To avoid problems -- a backpack
should never weigh more than 10 to 15
percent of the student's body weight.
The backpack should sit high on the
back and offer padded straps..

Tape 505-13 @ 1:17:24

And finally, Burnt Chimney
Elementary is getting national
recognition for it's Walk for Life

Program aimed at fighting childhood
obesity. The program gives students a
pedometer during the school day to keep
track of steps and miles and determine
how far they could've walked around the
country. The program also translates
into the classroom. It's been such a
success it's now offered at other
Franklin County elementary schools.

That's health review, I'm Joy
Sutton.>>
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TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Coming up, Kevin Harvick stays


hot in New England, it's week 2 in the
NFL, and

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease HOKIE HELPERS

we'll hear from two former
Friday Football Extra stars who made an
impact in the Hokies win over Duke.


(END VO) END VO



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GRAPHIC=Nextel Cup Today's Sylvania 300 at New


Hampshire marked the beginning of the
Chase for the Nextel Cup. No one has
been hotter on the circuit of late than
pole sitter Kevin Harvick.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Loudon, NH
TNT Happy was takin some chances :00 early at Loudon, going three wide and
squeezing in between Denny Hamlin and
Jeff Burton for the lead.

It was a rough start to the
playoffs for Jimmie Johnson who got
forced into the wall by Greg Bifle and
Sterling Marlin. JJ wound up 39th and

is 9th in the points.

Harvick was dominant, leading 196
laps. He held off spoiler Tony Stewart
to take the checkers. Jeff Gordon was
third at the line, as Martin Truex, Jr.
crashed wildly coming to the finish,
after a nudge from behind. Harvick
leads the points for the first time.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG 2line Kevin Harvick
Sylvania 300 Winner
:00





RUNS=34 (END SOT)



OQ=next nine weeks."



(TAKE BOARDS)<< *CG nascar1 Sylvania 300
1. Kevin Harvick


2. Tony Stewart


3. Jeff Gordon


4. Denny Hamlin



5. Brian Vickers


*CG nascar1 Sylvania 300
6. Elliott Sadler


7. Jeff Burton


8. J.J. Yeley


9. Dave Blaney


10. Matt Kenseth


*CG nascar1 Sylvania 300 >> 11. Mark Martin


13. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.


38. Kyle Busch


39. Jimmie Johnson



RUNS=15



OUTCUE=last driver."



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GRAPHIC=Falcons The Carolina Panthers were


supposed to be the class of the NFC
South, but after two weeks of the
season, Mike Vick and the Atlanta
Falcons have assumed that role.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Atlanta, GA
Fox Sports Vick opened the scoring, faking :00 the handoff and taking it in on the one
yard touchdown. Vick ran for 127 yards
on the day.

DeAngelo Hall and the defense
did their part. The former Hokie picks
off Chris Simms who struggled for the
second straight week. Hall had two of
Simms 3 interceptions. *CG final Tampa Bay
3 Warrick Dunn tallied 134 yards Atlanta on the ground as Atlanta racked up 306 14 rushing yards, a franchise record.
The Falcons won it 14-3 despite missing
four field goals.

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ENG#=4



ANCHOR=TRAVIS




*CG locator Minneapolis, MN

Fox Sports In Minnesota, the Panthers hoped

:00 to avoid an oh and 2 start. Rookie
DeAngelo Williams scored his first NFL
touchdown and Carolina led 13-6 late.

But check out the Vikes on the
fake field goal. Ryan Longwell throws
the tying touchdown pass, and this one
went to overtime tied at 13.

Minnesota then won it on


Longwell's third field goal of the
game. The Panthers are oh and 2 after
a 16-13 defeat. Now the rest of
today's NFL numbers.

(END VO)




TAKE SCORES (END VO)

(TAKE SCORES)<< *CG nfl


Houston
24
4
Indianapolis

43




4
New Orleans
34


Green Bay
27


*CG nfl


Cleveland
17
4
Cincinnati
34






Detroit
7
4
Chicago
34


*CG nfl


Oakland

6
4
Baltimore
28






Tampa Bay
3
4
Atlanta
14


*CG nfl


Carolina
13
4

Minnesota


16




4
Buffalo
16


Miami
6



*CG nfl


St. Louis
10


San Francisco
17
3




Arizona
0


Seattle
14
3


*CG nfl


Tennessee
0


San Diego
20
3




New England
17



N.Y. Jets
0
3


*CG nfl


Kansas City
6


Denver
0
3


4
N.Y. Giants
30


Philadelphia
24


Final in Overtime


*CG nfl >>

Washington




Dallas





8:15 PM



RUNS=35



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GRAPHIC=TECH Virginia Tech is up to 11th in


the new AP college football poll, and
10th in the Coaches Poll following the
win over Duke. The search for Branden
Ore's back-up continued as Kenny Lewis
Junior, the G.W. Danville product got
his shot to shine after spending the
first 2 weeks on the scout team. A
recommendation by the first team
defense was part of the reason he
earned a promotion and scored his first
college touchdown.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG 2line Kenny Lewis Jr.
Virginia Tech Tailback
:00



*CG 2line Frank Beamer
20th Season as Head Coach at VT
:30



RUNS=51 (END SOT)



OQ=hit him.





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Blacksburg
Saturday Another Former Friday Football
Extra, Star Sam Wheeler also found the
endzone for the first time in his
Virginia Tech careeer. Wheeler seems
to be finding his way after being
slowed by injuries in the pre-season.

(END VO) (END VO)





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ENG#=2



INQ=


*CG 2line Sam Wheeler
Virginia Tech Tight End





RUNS=16 (END SOT)



OQ=down the season.


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HOLLY ON CAM HOLLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None For a few hours today, Virginia's


Explore Park seemed more like the "old
country" for area families with some
Scotch-Irish heritage.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

The Park hosted a Celtic
(KELL-tick) festival of music and
entertainment, organized by the
Roanoke-area Scottish Foundation.

The Foundation has dedicated itself
to educating the public about Scottish
heritage and culture.

Today's concert was the latest in a

series of events they've sponsored.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL 23:05:08
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INQ=It's engendered a




*CG 2line Anne Sampson
Scottish Foundation President ANNE SAMPSON/SCOTTISH FOUNDATION
PRESIDENT: IT'S ENGENDERED A GREATER
INTEREST IN PEOPLE LEARNING ABOUT THEIR
HERITAGE. WE GET NEW MEMBERS FOR OUR
ORGANIZATION, WE GET MORE PEOPLE
INTERESTED IN EXPLORE PARK, PEOPLE
WHO'VE NEVER SEEN IT OR HEARD OF IT
COME BACK AS VISITORS. AND IT GIVES US
SOME GREATER OPPORTUNITY TO DO SOME
EDUCATION.

RUNS=16 (END SOT)



OQ=do some education.





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Sampson says a great number of
southwest Virginia residents trace
their roots back to Scotland or
Ireland.

She says some Appalachian music is
also derived from Celtic (KELL-tick)
tunes.

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