10/08/06

News 7 at 6


RACHEL ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD Southwest Virginia has seen some


pretty serious wildfires this year.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Patrick Co.
April 2006
:


*CG locator Bedford Co.
March 2006 This April, the Bull Mountain :10 Fire in Patrick County burned more than
3 thousand acres, destroyed 3 homes and
caused nearly a half-million dollars in
damage.

Also, in March, The Quarry Fire
in Bedford County ravaged more than
12-hundred acres.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=None Now, as National Fire Prevention



Week starts the Virginia Department of
Forestry is taking time to warn
everyone how to prevent these types of
fires.

DOUBLE BOXES=Rachel & Aleesha DOUBLE BOXES



Aleesha Chaney talked with
foresty officials today.

Aleesha what did you find out?

LIVE=Aleesha Full from BAM LIVE FULL

*CG 2line Aleesha Chaney
achaney@wdbj7.com Rachel, this area is about to
enter the fall Wildland fire season, a
time when conditions are more favorable
for triggering a wild fire.

The Department of Forestry says
that the only way Virginia will avoid
most wildland fires is that if people
are careful.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.
:00




*CG 2line Chris Thomsen
Virginia Department of Forestry
:15



*CG locator Bedford Co.
March 2006
:24


*CG standup Aleesha Chaney
achaney@wdbj7.com
:48



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OQ=AS LONG AS THEY DO.



< the right mix of weather conditions,
and the Virginia Department of Forestry
says you are asking for a wildland
fire. While the weather has shifted in
the past few days, all that could
quickly change.

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IT ONLY TAKES A WEEK OR TWO OF DRYNESS
AND SOME WARM TEMPERATURES AND HIGH
WINDS TO DRY OUT THESE LEAVES AND GET
THEM CRISPY AGAIN AND THEN A PERSON IN
THE FOREST BEING CARELESS.

RUN=10 (END SOT)



OQ= In fact, 98% of wild fires are


triggered by people. The department
says that means 98% are preventable

with the right precautions. Chris
Thomsen suggests as leaves fall, people
attempting to burn them should to be
prepared.

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IF YOU ARE GOING TO BURN A PILE LIKE
THIS HAVE YOUR HAND TOOLS HAVE WATER
AND CHECK YOUR WEATHR CONDITIONS SO A
WIND GUST DOESN'T COME UP, PICK UP THE
LEAVES, BLOW THEM IN THE WOOD AND START
A FIRE THAT YOU CAN'T HANDLE.

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OQ=





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INQ= STANDUP 03:16:52/ 03:17:51:-02



ONE COMMON MISTAKE THAT PEOPLE MAKE IS
THAT THEY OVER-FILL THEIR BURN BARREL
AND THAT CAN EASILY SPARK A WILDLAND
FIRE. INSTEAD THEY SHOULD REMOVE SOME
OF THAT DEBRIS, COVER IT WITH A SCREEN
AND WEIGHT IT DOWN WITH A HEAVY OBJECT.


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OQ=





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INQ= 03:13:42 - 52




THAT SPARK THAT ASH SITS IN THE BARREL
FOR SEVERAL DAYS. A GUST OF WIND
COMES, IT LIFTS THAT SPARK OUT OF THAT
BARREL. PUTS IT INTO THE WOODS AND
AGAIN CREATES A FOREST FIRE.

RUN=10 (END SOT)



OQ= Thomsen also stresses when disposing of


ashes from wood stoves, people need to
put them in a metal bucket to cool them
down. Allow them to set several days,
then scatter the ashes and cover with
water or soil.

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INQ= 03:02:58-:07



THIS IS WHAT CAUSED THE QUARRY FIRE
OVER THERE IN BEDFORD COUNTY EARLIER
THIS YEAR, JUST HOT ASHES. PEOPLE DO
NOT REALIZE THAT THEY CAN CONTAIN HEAT
FOR AS LONG AS THEY DO.

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OQ= >>



LIVE=Aleesha Full LIVE FULL



The Department says if you are
responsible for causing a wildland
fire, you will be repsonsible for
covering the costs of putting the fire
out. And depending on the size, it
could be pretty expensive.

DOUBLE BOXES=Aleesha & Rachel DOUBLE BOXES




Rachel, Just one more reason to really
heed their safety measures.

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GRAPHIC=I-81 This week will be a big one for the


future of Interstate 81.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.
File Tape On Wednesday, the Commonwealth
Transportation Board will meet at the
Hotel Roanoke to pick a plan to fix the
interstate.

One of the options is to scrap the
Star Solutions idea and instead add
strategic truck climbing lanes as well
as improving safety at some
interchanges-- including one in
Roanoke.

V-DOT realizes not everyone can
make the meeting in person, so the
state is offering an alternative.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



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INQ=For folks that can't




*CG 2line Chuck Lionberger
V-Dot Spokesperson 3:04:31 CHUCK LIONBERGER/V-DOT
SPOKESPERSON: FOR FOLKS THAT CAN'T COME
TO HOTEL ROANOKE AT ONE, WE'RE ALSO
PROVIDING SOME OPPORTUNITIES FOR THEM
TO JOIN THE MEETING BY VIDEO
CONFERENCE. WE'RE HAVING CONFERENCE
LOCATIONS AT THE HARRISONBURG
RESIDENCE. THE BRISTOL DISTRICT
COMPLEX, AND ALSO HERE AT THE SALEM
DISTRICT COMPLEX.

RUNS=:15 (END SOT)



OQ=Salem District Complex





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Of course, if you can NOT go to
the meeting or contribute through video
conference you can always just watch
News 7.

We'll have the decision and
reaction Wednesday night.

(END VO) (END VO)



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GRAPHIC=None The last month has been a living


nightmare for people in Richmond's
Battery Park neighborhood, and it
doesn't appear likely to end soon.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond

Several inches of rain this
weekend causing scattered flooding and
evacuations.

Streets are flooded, trees are
down and power is out after a storm
stalled over Virginia, drenching
portions of the state.

Streets looked more like ponds as
drivers tried to make their way through
the standing water.

A Department of Public Works
spokeswoman says the best estimate the
city can give... is that it will be a
year to 18 months before the
flood-ravaged area will be fixed.

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GRAPHIC=George Allen With the heat on in Virginia's


close Senate race, news today that
Virginia Senator George Allen never
told Congress about stock options he
acquired as a board member of a high
tech company.

Allen also asked the Army to HELP
another company that gave him similar
stock options.

The Virginia Republican joined
three corporate firms after leaving the
governor's office in 1998, all
high-tech businesses he had helped as
Governor.

Congressional rules require
senators to disclose all deferred
compensation, such as stock options.

Allen says the stock options were
worthless and he believed he didn't
have to report them.






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RACHEL ON CAM RACHEL ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Feedback A quick thinking firefighter


and the strike at Goodyear are topics
in this week's Feedback.

Here are Jean Jadhon and Keith
Humphry.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



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INQ=





RUNS=1:05 (END SOT)



OQ=and I'm Keith Humphry < (END SOT) on Interstate 81, the volunteer


firefighter jumped into action. A few
days later, News-7 was there for the
emotional thank-you from the family he
saved. And a viewer from Rocky Mount
noticed.



"I watched the videos and the one about
Tommy Aldrich and the family brought
chills to me," Carolyn Anderson wrote.
"It was the most touching and heroic
thing and touched my heart so much.
Your station did a great job on
reporting this coverage."



The 22-hundred striking Goodyear

workers in Danville aren't getting much
sympathy from one viewer in Hot
Springs.

"I think these union people are nuts,"
John Bogan said. "They want to know why
jobs are going to Mexico. They are not
getting enough of everything. Unions
are tearing this country apart."



If you have a comment on the news or
how we covered it, let us know by
letter, email or phone. With News-7
Feedback, I'm Jean Jadhon.



And I'm Keith Humphry.

>>

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A student at a Virginia college
is diagnosed with meningitis. That
story is still to come in this week's
health review.

ENG#=3





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease HERITAGE

And Virginia honors its Native

American heritage at Williamsburg.








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WEATHER CENTER POSITION #1













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CK-WXBUG CURRENT CONDITIONS ROUNDUP





CK-TITAN RADAR ANALYSIS




CK-WXPRO WEATHER MAPS

FORECASTS

EXTENDED FORECASTS




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RACHEL ON CAM RACHEL ON CAM

Still to come on News 7 at
6....Travis Wells will have a look at
some of today's action in the N-F-L.

ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease FIGHT DEADLY DISEASE

Plus...some walkers hit the
streets to help fight a deadly disease.





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RACHEL ON CAM RACHEL ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HEALTH REVIEW In health review, a Sweet Briar

HEALTHCHECK7 ANIMATION College student is diagnosed with
meningitis.

The college is awaiting test
results to determine whether the cause
is viral or bacterial.

The student's condition is
improving.

AND, Virginia Tech is dealing
with a possible case of mumps.

Those are just two of the stories
making medical headlines this week.

Joy Sutton has more.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=A new dental clinic




*CG 2line Todd Cruse
"For Better Access" Vice President of
Development

:19


*CG 2line Beth Jamison
Mt. Spring Family Practice
Administrator
:52


*CG 2line Shannan Hutchinson
Weight Watchers Grand Prize Winner
1:35


*CG reporter Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com
1:52



RUNS=1:54 (END SOT)



OQ=js news 7 <


(END SOT) A new dental clinic inside Roanoke's


Crossroad's mall is hoping to fill a
gap in our community. Small Smiles is
place that only caters to children on
medicaid.

This isn't a new concept, there are
clinics like this around the country,
including one in Richmond. They are
operated by FORBA, which means, "for
better access".

SOT FULL SOT FULL, 2nd bite in pkg, i believe



INQ= THERE ARE 28 MILLION CHILDREN ON



run= MEDICAID 59 25% ACTUALLY RECEIVE DENTAL


OUR MISSION AND OUR GOAL IS TO GET THE
PERCENTAGE UP TO 50 TO 75 PERCENT.
THERE IS NO REASON THAT A CHILD CAN'T
GET DENTAL SERVICES IF THEY NEED IT

(END SOT)



tape 506-05 @ 36:58

In other health news, the lack of
medical care in one rural community led
a family nurse practitioner to open
this clinic in Copper Hill.

The Mountain Spring Family Practice
is focused on personalized care where
people feel at home... that's not hard
to do because this facility was
originally a home built in the late
1800's.

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INQ= I THINK SOMETIMES THERE IS A GREATER
runs= DEGREE OF TRUST BECAUSE WE'RE PART OF


THE COMMUNITY 58 WE'RE SEEING PEOPLE
WHO MIGHT NOT REACH OUT FOR HEALTHCARE
IF THEY WERE GOING TO A LARGER CITY 05
THEY'VE BEEN BORN RAISED IN THIS AREA
AND LIKE TO STAY HERE

(END SOT)



This is the only medical facility
between Roanoke and Floyd Counties.

tape 506-04 @ 34:02


And finally in medical news -- Weight
Watchers recently chose a Danville
resident Shannan Hutchinson as one of
if it's grand prize winners for
inspiring stories of the year.

What makes her store uniques is not
only that she lost 80 pounds but she
did it while battling multiple
sclerosis and taking steroids and other
medications.

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INQ= I FELT LIKE M-S IS IT'S OWN BEAST. I
runs= CAN'T CONTROL IT. BUT WITH MY WEIGHT I


CAN CONTROL WHAT THE SCALE IS GOING TO
READ MAYBE IT'S ONE OF THE REASON'S I
HAVE DONE SO WELL

(END SOT)



She is getting national attention for
her story, even the Dutchess of York
Sarah Ferguson is praising her success.

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

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Virginia honored its Indian



Heritage this weekend.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Williamsburg

The state held a three day
conference in Williamsburg to showcase
the Commonwealth's Indian tribes.

There were artifacts on display
and tours of the tribal centers to show
people the impact this community had on
Virginia.

The event focused on teaching
others about the culture and to discuss
the laws and policies that have
affected Indians over their 400 years
of survival.

Speakers even shared stories
about the role Native Americans played
in helping America win its
independence.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
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INQ=The Oneidas




*CG 2line Jim Pepper Henry
Museum of the American Indian JIM PEPPER HENRY:

1:02:00 THE ONEIDAS FOUGHT ALONG SIDE
WASHINGTON AND THE COLONIST IN MANY KEY

BATTLES ULTIMATELY DEFEATING THE
BRITISH. SINCE THAN NATIVE AMERICAS
HAVE FOUGHT FOR THE UNITED STATES IN
EVERY WAR. :14

RUNS=:12 (END SOT)



OQ=every war.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The conference is part of the
celebration of the 400 anniversary of
Jamestown.

(END VO) (END VO)



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TAKE WDBJ WEB PAGE FS TAKE FS GFX
ANCHOR on GFX ANCHOR ON GFX

There are events happening year
round, across the state.

To find our more log on to
wdbj7.com and click on websites in the
news.
END GFX PAGE END FS GFX


LOTTERY NEXT LOTTERY NEXT
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TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Coming up, we'll recap a fast and


furious finish at Talladega, the Hokies
are 4 days away from their trip to BC,
and

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease SKINNED IN NY

we'll see if week 5 in the NFL
was kind to the Washington Redskins.

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GRAPHIC=TALLADEGA Entering today's UAW-Ford 500 at
ENG#=1 Talladega there had been four different


winners in the last four races there
and the last 12 winners at the track

did so from the 20th starting position
or better.

Today's race was perhaps the
biggest wild card in the Chase for the
Cup and that was before the track was
repaved.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Talladega, AL
NBC Sports Dale Earnhardt, Junior went a lap :00 down just past the halfway point thanks
to a flat left front tire, but Junior
would get his lap back and be a factor.

With just 50 laps to go the
dreaded big one occurred when Casey
Mears got turned around at close to 200
miles an hour. The melee involved 10
cars including those of three Chasers,
Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick and Denny
Hamlin.

It was on again just 18 laps from
the finish as David Stremme tagged JJ
Yeley. Tony Stewart and Paul Menard
were also collected.

Remember Junior. He got his lap
back on a lucky dog pass, and was in
the mix at the end as is usually the
case.

He was headed for the win as he
tried to hold off the Hendrick cars of

Jimmie Johnson and Brian Vickers.
Those two got together and Johnson
tagged Earnhardt on the final lap.
Vickers drove right past and took the
checkered flag for his first career win
in controversial fashion.

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INQ=



ENG#=2






*CG 2line Brian Vickers
First Career Win
:00





RUNS=25 (END SOT)



OQ=it just happened." (TAKE BOARDS)<<

*CG nascar1 UAW-Ford 500
1. Brian Vickers


2. Kasey Kahne


3. Kurt Busch


4. Matt Kenseth


5. Martin Truex, Jr.



*CG nascar1 UAW-Ford 500
6. Kevin Harvick


7. Jeff Green


8. Bobby Labonte


9. Mark Martin


10. Carl Edwards



RUNS=10



OUTCUE=last score."





>> TAKE BOARDS

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GRAPHIC=Redskins The Redskins picked up a big win


last week against Jacksonville. Today
the Skins were back in the division,
hooking up with their rivals to the
North, the New York Giants.


ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator East Rutherford, NJ
Fox Sports Tiki Barber didn't find the :00 endzone today for the G-Men but he
helped the Giants offense with 123
rushing yards and another 16 receiving.

The Redskins could only muster
164 total yards today, and Mark Brunell
was sacked three times. *CG final Washington
3 Eli Manning accounted for the N.Y. Giants game's only TD, hitting Plaxico Burress 19 from 2 yards out. The Giants won it 19
to 3.

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GRAPHIC=Panthers Much like the Giants, the Panthers


rode their defense today against
Cleveland and earned their third win in
a row.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Charlotte, NC

CBS Sports Richard Marshall jumpstarted :00 things in the Charlotte rain by picking
off Charlie Frye and scooting 30 yards
to the house on a pick 6 and it was 7-3
Panthers.

Keyshawn Johnson had 5
receptions for 67 yards including this
17 yard pitch and catch with Jake
Delhomme for a touchdown.

Julius Peppers and the Carolina
'd' did the rest. The Panthers beat
the Browns by a final of 20 to 12. Now
the rest of today's NFL numbers.

(END VO)




TAKE SCORES (END VO)

(TAKE SCORES)<< *CG nfl


Cleveland
12
4
Carolina
20






Washington
3

4
N.Y. Giants
19


*CG nfl


Detroit
17
4

Minnesota


26




4
St. Louis
23


Green Bay
20


*CG nfl


Buffalo
7
4
Chicago
40







Tampa Bay
21
4
New Orleans
24


*CG nfl


Miami
10
4
New England
20






Tennessee
13
4
Indianapolis
14


*CG nfl


Oakland
13


San Francisco

14
3




N.Y. Jets
0


Jacksonville
31
3


*CG nfl


Kansas City
10


Arizona
20
3




Dallas
21


Philadelphia
17
2


*CG nfl >>


Pittsburgh




San Diego




8:30 PM



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OUTCUE=last score."


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GRAPHIC=TECH Despite having the weekend off,


the Virginia Tech Hokies dropped one
spot in the AP poll to 22nd, but they
moved up to 17th in the Coaches poll.

Boston College is on tap
Thursday night for Tech in Chestnut
Hill as Frank Beamer coaches in his
300th career game.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ=




*CG 2line Frank Beamer
12 & 1 on Thursday Nights

:00



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OQ=what's in front of us."


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RACHEL ON CAM RACHEL ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Walkers laced up their shoes and


hit the pavement looking to defeat a
deadly disease.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
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*CG locator Salem

They walked three miles at the
Salem Memorial Baseball Stadium.

The goal was to raise funds for
the A-L-S Association, a non-profit
organization commited to finding a cure
to Lou Gehrig's Disease.

The agency is funded solely by

donations and all their services are
free. This money will help them,
continue to help patients.

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INQ=We will send a




*CG 2line Cathy Easter
Regional Director, ALS Association 3:12

WE WILL SEND A HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE VAN
WITH A DRIVER TO THEIR HOME TO PICK
THEM UP TO TAKE THEM TO DOCTOR'S
APPOINTMENTS. WE EVEN HAVE SOME
PATIENTS THAT WE TRANSPORT TO
CHARLOTTSVILLE.

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OQ=transport them to Charlottsville.





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Last year, the chapter raised
nearly 800 thousand dollars for cutting
edge research.



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