News 7 Morning Cut-Ins

10/11/06




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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Clouds will build up today,
with showers possible.

We'll see highs again climb to
near 70-- but the rest of the week
turns cooler.

Meteorlogist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the Skytracker 7 forecast, after

the news.






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GRAPHIC=Flooding Governor Tim Kaine got to see for


himself the damage left behind from
flooding rain in Franklin.

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*CG locator Franklin

Kaine was there yesterday as
residents were finally able to take a
small sigh of relief now that the
Blackwater River has stopped rising.

The Governor declared a statewide
emergency after areas in central and
southeastern Virginia received several
inches of rain.

Enough rain that caused more than 70
people to be evacuated from their homes
and businesses.

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GRAPHIC=None Earlier in the day, Kaine was in


Roanoke.

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*CG locator Roanoke

The governor was on hand at
yesterday's 55th Transportation
Conference at the Hotel Roanoke.

Among the list of issues...
funding, traffic and road improvements.

While the General Assembly was
unable to reach a decision during a
special session on transportation
funding - the governor says the
projects WILL get funded.


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INQ=We can do it without...




*CG 2line Gov. Tim Kaine

38:46.00

GOVERNOR TIM KAINE, VIRGINIA (D)

WE CAN DO IT WITHOUT A GAS TAX. I'M
COMMITTED TO THE NOTION THAT USERS
SHOULD PAY FOR THE IMPROVEMENTS. I
DON'T THINK A GENERAL TAXES TO PAY FOR
THE IMPROVEMENTS, BUT YOU CAN USE
TRANSPORTATION BASED USER'S FEES TO
RAISE ALL THE MONEY YOU NEED TO DO WHAT
NEEDS TO BE DONE. (00)

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The Commonwealth Transportation
Board is meeting today at one o'clock
at the Hotel Roanoke.

A vote on Interstate 81 is
expected.
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GRAPHIC=School Safety Roanoke County Schools currently do


not allow the use of security cameras.

That will soon change and schools are
already getting ready.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

William Byrd Middle School is one of
them. As a part of a pilot program,
the school received 20 survelliance
cameras at the beginning of the school
year.

Until the school board changes its
policy, administrators can only watch
and wait but once they get the ok the
principal believes these new set of
eyes will be invaluable.

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INQ=They're going




*CG 2line Steve Spangler
William Byrd Middle School Principal STEVE SPANGLER/WILLIAM BYRD MIDDLE
SCHOOL PRINCIPAL: THEY'RE GOING TO BE
VERY USEFUL. THESE CAMERAS ARE GOING

TO BE TWO FOLD. NUMBER ONE IT'S GOING
TO ENHANCE THE SAFETY OF OUR STUDENTS
AND STAFF. SECONDLY IT'S GOING TO
PROTECT OUR PROPERTY HERE AGAINST THEFT
AND VANDALISM.

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This survelliance isn't cheap.
Administrators believe it will cost
nearly a half million dollars to
install cameras in all the county
schools.

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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.


You might need that umbrella
today, otherwise just turning cloudy,
with highs near 70.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has your full forecast details, up
next.


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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2006 Our News-7/Survey USA poll tells us


more of you were impressed with Senator
Allen than Jim Webb during Monday's
debate.

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*CG locator Richmond
Monday The Republican incumbent and his
Democratic challenger squared off in
Richmond Monday night, for the final
televised debate for the November
election, which is four weeks away.

Only 30 per cent of the people
questioned said they watched the
debate, but of those who DID watch,

48 per cent said George Allen was the
winner. 38 per cent went with Webb, and

14 cent there was no clear winner.

But did it change anyone's impression
of the candidates --

37 per cent said they had a more
favorable opinion of Allen after
watching, 31 per cent less so.

Fairly similar numbers for Webb - 38
per cent more favorable, although 36
per cent thought less of him after the
debate.

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You can look at the complete breakdown
of the survey results at wdbj7-dot-com.

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GRAPHIC=Hold Campaign 2006 The Virginia Education


Association is endorsing Jim Webb and
encouraging its 63- thousand members to
vote for him.

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*CG locator Richmond

The son of an Air Force- officer
who was often transferred, Webb says he
grew up in many good and some not so
good public schools.

The Democrat's opposition of
school voucher plans, support of fully
funding No Child Left Behind, and a
desire to "strengthen" social security
helped earn him the organization's
endorsement.

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INQ=We've made a commitment




*CG 2line Jim Webb

(D) Candidate for U. S. Senate 1:07:49 JIM WEBB/(D) CANDIDATE FOR US


SENATE: WE'VE MADE A COMMITMENT TO
WORKING PEOPLE WHO HAVE INVESTED IN

SOCIAL SECURITY THAT THE EXISTING
PROGRAM THAT IS DEFINED WILL PROVIDE
THEM THE BENEFITS THAT THEY NEED WHEN
THEY REACH THE RIGHT AGE.

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Webb received five- thousand
dollars from the V-E-A.

The group has never endorsed
Republican George Allen and yesterday
criticized his record on education.

Allen's campaign manager calls
the V-E-A a "left- wing organization"
and cited a two- billion dollar
increase in education spending under
Allen's leadership as *governor.*

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GRAPHIC=none Blacksburg is at last getting a


brand new sports stadium.

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*CG locator Blacksburg

After months of debate,
Blacksburg High School students will no
longer have to play at the aging Bill
Brown Stadium.

Instead the town council voted 4
to 3 last night to build a 3-thousand
seat stadium on 86 acres off Price's
Fork Road.
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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Our mild weather is soon
coming to an end, but today
temperatures will warm up to near 70.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the Skytracker 7 forecast, in just
a few minutes.






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GRAPHIC=Crime Police are looking for an armed


robbery suspect in Danville.

Authorities say it happened at
around 4:00 this morning at the Fast
Mart on South Main Street near the
North Carolina state line.

A white male with a knife
allegedly walked in the door and
demanded money.

Police are not releasing any more
information at this time.

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GRAPHIC=Accident An accident in Pittsylvania County left


one man dead and another hospitalized.

It happened around 4:30 yesterday
afternoon on Route 40 in the Sandy
Level area of the county.
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State police say a Jeep
Cherokee was speeding when it ran off
the road and into a ditch, flipping

over and throwing the driver and
passenger out.

18-year-old Christopher Adam Dunton
was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver, Jonathan Walden, was
flown to Roanoke Memorial Hospital,
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GRAPHIC=None City leaders in Martinsville say


the unsuccessful effort to acquire its
local cable TV franchise should not
affect future taxes or fees.

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VO-NAT The numbers were released yesterday and

NO SUPER show so far, the city has paid
325-thousand dollars to the cable
acquisition specialists it retained.

The City Attorney expects another bill
of 450 to 550-thousand dollars.

That would put the total at
775-thousand dollars for starters, and

perhaps more.
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GRAPHIC=None The city hopes to recoup some of those


costs through lawsuits against
Adelphia.
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GRAPHIC=Roanoke Gas Some heating bills may be heading


downward.

With a normal winter, Roanoke Gas
says bills could fall by fifteen
percent or more, enough to save an
average customer more than 200 dollars
a year.

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VO-NAT The winter fuels forecast from


the U.S, Department of Energy is mixed,
with heating oil prices and electricity
rates expected to rise.

But natural gas is expected to
fall by more than 12 percent, and
customers of Roanoke Gas could get a
bigger break.

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*CG 2line John Williamson
RGC Resources CEO JOHN WILLIAMSON/RGC RESOURCES CEO:
ABSENT A DIFFERENCE IN WEATHER WE THINK
THE BILLING RATE COULD BE 17-18 PERCENT
LOWER THAN LAST YEAR WHICH WILL BE A
SIGNIFICANT NUMBER, COULD BE WORTH WELL
OVER 200 DOLLARS TO THE AVERAGE
CUSTOMER ON AN ANNUAL BASIS.

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Of course, the weather is the
wild card. Depending on how cold it
gets how early, these projections could
change.

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