10/11/06

News 7 Mornin'


10 KMC 11-School Setup 1 vo News 7 Mornin' 4058 --
GRAPHIC=Mornin' It's official! Blacksburg is


getting a brand new sports stadium.


ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Blacksburg

After months of debate,
Blacksburg High School students will no
longer have to play at Bill Brown
Stadium-- a facility that's falling
apart.

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.
END VO END VO
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GRAPHIC=HOLD New River Valley Bureau Chief


Rachel DePompa has more on the marathon
meeting.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Council chambers


*CG locator Blacksburg
:00


*CG 2line Meghan Tamminen
Blacksburg High School Cheerleader
:10
*CG 2line Dawn Elvinger

Blacksburg Resident
:41
*CG 2line John Casali
Blacksburg Resident
:52
*CG 2line Kim Radford
Blacksburg High School Teacher
1:15
*CG standup Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com
1:24

RUNS=1:39 (END SOT)



OQ=News 7, Blacksburg.



< football game.

There were cheerleaders, pompoms,
stickers saying "Yes for BHS"



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I know it's MEGHAN TAMMINEN: :58:00 I KNOW IT'S


JUST THE FIRST STEP, IT STILL HAS TO
GET BUILT. BUT THIS PERMISSION TO BE
ABLE TO DO THIS STADIUM WOULD PROBABLY
BE THE BEST THING THAT'S HAPPENED FOR
OUR SCHOOL AND FOR OUR TEAMS IN A LONG
TIME. :07

RUN:09 (END SOT)



OQ=in a long time.



It was standing room only with the

crowd spilling out into the hallway.

And nearly every prominent person in
Montgomery County showed up.

From the school board members to
members of the Board of Supervisors and
even the town's former longtime
Mayor... Roger Hedgepeth



NATS: playing football...



And it was all about the "Friday night
lights" and where it should go.



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I am for a stadium DAWN ELVINGER.



4:39:00 I AM FOR A STADIUM. I'M AGAINST
THE LOCATION OF IT. I THINK IT IS ILL
FITTED FOR OUR TOWN TO BE ON THE FAR
OUTSKIRTS RATHER THAN CENTRALLY LOCATED
FOR THE WHOLE COMMUNITY. :50

RUN:!1 (END SOT)



OQ=whole community.



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=From a noise JOHN CASALI DIRECTORY AUDITORIUM


SYSTEMS LAB, VIRGINIA TECH.

3:38:00 FROM A NOISE STANDPOINT,
WHETHER YOU PICK THE CROWD NOISE, THE
BAND NOISE, THE BLEACHER STOMPING THE
PA SYSTEM OR WHATEVER. IT'S TOO CLOSE

TO THE COMMUNITY AND IT'S LINE OF SIGHT
TO THE COMMUNITY AND THERE'S NOTHING
THAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT SOME OF THOSE
NOISE SOURCES. :52

RUN:14 (END SOT)



OQ=noise sources.



No one seems to be against building a
new stadium, and those FOR the Price's
Fork location outnumbered those against
it nearly 3 to 1.



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INQ= KIM RADFORD: 1:38:00I HAVE A LOT OF


KIDS WHO ARE ATHELETES WHO ARE IN MY
CLASSES AND I GO AND WATCH THEM PLAY
ALL THE TIME AND I'M VERY PROUD OF
THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND I'D REALLY
LIKE TO SEE THEM PLAY IN A STADIUM THAT
THEY'RE PROUD OF. :47

RUN:10 (END SOT)



OQ=



RACHEL DEPOMPA: AND AGAIN, AFTER THE
MARATHON MEETING, FOLKS IN BLACKSBURG
ARE GETTING A NEW SPORTS STADIUM. THE
COUNCIL VOTED 4 TO 3 IN FAVOR OF THE
PLAN. THIS ENDS A LONGSTANDING DEBATE
IN THE TOWN. RACHEL DEPOMPA, NEWS 7
BLACKSBURG>>





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GRAPHIC=School Safety Current school policy doesn't allow


for the use of security cameras in
Roanoke County.

That will soon change and schools are
already getting ready.

ENG#=3 VO NAT

VO NAT


*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.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL 1:16:10



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.

RUNS=:11 (SOT FULL)



OQ=theft and vandalism




VO NAT VO NAT

This survelliance isn't cheap.

Administrators believe it will cost
nearly a half million dollars to
install cameras in all the county
schools.

(END VO) (END VO)



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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2006 So who won the debate Monday night,


George Allen or Jim Webb? Our

News-7/Survey USA poll tells us more of
you were impressed with Allen.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond
Monday Night 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.

(END VO) (END VO)


TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX


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

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ANCHOR on GFX ANCHOR ON GFX






AD-LIB OVER WEB PAGE (Ad-lib web page)






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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2006 The Virginia Education Association is


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

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*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.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



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.

RUNS=12 (END SOT)



OQ=reach the right age.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



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.*

(END VO) (END VO)



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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=North Korea The U- N Security Council is


working out the best way to respond to
North Korea's nuclear threat.

ENG#=4 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

Members meet today to hammer out an
agreement that will include tough
sanctions.

North Korean officials demanded one-
on- one talks with Washington, and
reportedly threatened to launch a
nuclear- tipped missile IF the U- S
refuses.

Meanwhile, Secretary of State

Condoleeza Rice is concerned about
nuclear weapons falling into the wrong
hands.

ENG#=1 (SOT FULL)
SOT FULL



INQ=Certainly one of




*CG 2line Condoleezza Rice
U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice/U. S. Secretary of
State: Certainly one of the great
worries if North Korea were to try to
continue down this path is that it
would try to transfer a weapon to
either another state, or perhaps even
more alarmingly, to a non- state actor
or a terrorist organization.

RUNS=15 (END SOT)



OQ=or a terroist organization.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Meanwhile, a rumble in Eastern Asia
triggered fears North Korea might be at
it again.

The Japanese reported a possible
second nuclear test, until they

determined the tremor was actually an
earthquake.

(END VO) (END VO)



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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iran Nuclear There are also developments on


another foreign policy front.

Senior officials from the U- S and
five other nations plan to meet today
to discuss possible sanctions against
Iran for possessing uranium.

ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Tehran, Iran

So far, Iran has ignored a United
Nations deadline to stop enriching
uranium.

And yesterday, Iran's hardline
leaders said their country would NOT
retreat from its controversial nuclear
program-- which they maintain is for
peaceful purposes.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=MLB



In sports, Oakland hosted the Detroit
Tigers in the opening game American
League Championship Series.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG locator Oakland, CA The Tigers scored two runs in the FOX Sports third inning, highlighted by a solo
homer by Brandon Inge ihnj.

Ivan ee-VAHN' Rodriguez also
homered, as the Tigers added three more
runs in the fourth to seal the deal.

The A's scored their only run of
the night on a groundout in the eighth
inning.

The Tigers won it... 5 to 1.

Game Two is tonight.

(END VO) (END VO)




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OQ=your hometown weather.





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GRAPHIC=Mornin' Martinsville's unsuccessful effort to


acquire its local cable TV franchise
will probably cost the city more than
three-quarters of a million dollars.

But city leaders say this should not
affect future taxes or fees.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



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.
END VO END VO
KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The city hopes to recoup some of those


costs through lawsuits against
Adelphia.
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GRAPHIC=Roanoke Gas Roanoke Gas customers may get a


welcome break on their heating bills
this winter.

The company says falling energy
prices could reduce the average bill by
more than 15 percent.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The winter fuel forecast from the
U.S. Department of Energy is mixed.

The cost of oil and electric heat
are expected to rise, while the price
of natural gas is falling.

For the average customer of
Roanoke Gas, savings could amount to
more than 200 dollars a year.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL 41:03



INQ=Given the high prices




*CG 2line John Williamson
RGC Resources CEO JOHN WILLIAMSON/RGC RESOURCES CEO:
GIVEN THE HIGH PRICES THE LAST COUPLE
OF YEARS ON NATURAL GAS AND THE BAD
PUBLICITY THAT THE NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY

AND THE ENERGY INDUSTRY IN GENERAL GOT,
I FEEL VERY GOOD TO BE ABLE TO SAY THAT
FOR OUR CUSTOMERS THIS COMING YEAR.

RUNS=14 (END SOT)



OQ=customers this coming year.




KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD Savings will also depend on the


weather. But with hurricane season
winding down, and large supplies of
natural gas in storage, John Williamson
says he is confident customers will get
some relief this year.



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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=Business News



In business news, Alcoa has released
its earnings report.

And, thousands of Ford employees are
facing a big decision.

Alexis Christoforous reports.






ENG#=4 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=The earnings


*CG standup Alexis Christoforous
Reporting
*CG file Alcoa
:10
*CG file Ford



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OQ=I'm AC. < (END SOT) STREET TODAY -- AS INVESTORS GET


RESULTS FROM PUBLISHING GIANT GANNET...
AND YUM BRANDS, THE OWNER OF TACO BELL
AND PIZZA HUT.



(video from Alcoa)

ALUMINUM GIANT ALCOA KICKED OFF THE
EARNINGS SEASON AFTER THE CLOSING BELL
YESTERDAY REPORTING THIRD-QUARTER
PROFIT JUMPED 86 PERCENT ON HIGHER
PRICES AND DEMAND. STILL -- ALCOA'S NET
INCOME OF 537 MILLION CAME IN BELOW OF
EXPECTATIONS.



ON WALL STREET -- AFTER SPENDING MOST
OF THE DAY IN THE RED... A LATE DAY
RALLY PUSHED THE BLUE CHIPS TO A FRESH
RECORD CLOSE...




THE DOW

THE NASDAQ



(video from Ford)

WORKERS AT FORD WILL SOON FACE A BIG
DECISION...

THE AUTOMAKER PLANS TO START OFFERING
ITS BUYOUT AND EARLY RETIREMENT
PACKAGES STARTING NEXT WEEK.

ALL 750-THOUSAND HOURLY FORD WORKERS
WILL BE OFFERED ONE OF EIGHT DEALS...
AND THEY'LL HAVE UNTIL LATE NOVEMBER TO
DECIDE IF THEY ARE STAYING OR GOING.



ONE SECURITY SOFTWARE MAKER IS SHIFTING
FOCUS TO PROTECT YOU ONLINE.

SYMANTEC - WHOSE SOFTWARE IS USED TO
PROTECT YOUR COMPUTER FROM VIRUSES HAS
UNVEILED A SERIES OF NEW PRODUCTS
DESIGNED TO PROTECT YOUR INFORMATION
AND ONLINE INTERACTIONS -- INCLUDING
ONLINE BANKING TRANSACTIONS.



THAT'S YOUR MONEYWATCH... LOG ONTO CBS
NEWS DOT COM FOR ALL THE BUSINESS
HEADLINES... IN NEW YORK, I'M ALEXIS
CHRISTOFOROUS.






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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iraq A series of massive explosions lit


up the night sky over Southern Baghdad
when an ammunition depot blew up.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

Officials say they're investigating
the cause of the fire, and don't yet

know whether it was the result of an
insurgent attack.

No injuries have been reported
from the explosion.

Despite all the ammo lost in the
explosion, a military spokesman says
the blast won't hamper U- S operations.

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GRAPHIC=Accident An accident in Pittsylvania County left


one man dead and another hospitalized.
TAKE ACCIDENT MAP TAKE FS GFX

It happened around 4:30 yesterday
afternoon on Route 40 in the Sandy
Level area of the county.

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,
where he's in fair condition.
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*CG locator Salem

An accident came to a halt just
inches from a Salem home yesterday
afternoon.

It happened near the
intersection of Harriet Ann Drive and
Azalea Street.

A car collided with a van and
sent it spinning toward a house.

You can see just how close it
came to the house.

No one was seriously injured.

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GRAPHIC=None Three teenagers accused of


painting graffiti on Christiansburg
High School were indicted by a grand

jury yesterday afternoon.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG locator Christiansburg Last May, the 18-year olds were May accused of spraying racial slurs, :00 swastikas and sexual images on the
outside walls of the building.
*CG locator Christiansburg Terry Lee Epperly, Junior; Darren July Anthony Mosier and Brandon Michael :08 Saunders are each charged with
conspiracy, destruction of property and
making a bomb threat.

They were convicted in General
District Court of trespassing.

All three are appealing that
decision.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Flooding Governor Tim Kaine saw the flooding


in Franklin firsthand yesterday.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Franklin

Kaine was there 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.

(END VO) (END VO)




Kim tosses to bump toss to bump
BUMP
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ENG# D1



OPEN# E-2017 - with fade



SOT FULL



INQ=From the skytracker



RUNS=05



OQ=your hometown weather.




LEO IN CHROMAKEY

(WX BUG)



(Weather Pro)




Leo goes back to desk (weather pro)

DESK 2-SHOT---Leo and Kim






toss to Kim Leo goes back to desk

DESK 2-SHOT---Leo and Kim







toss to Kim
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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Winter Weather Winter has arrived early to parts of


California.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Lake Tahoe, CA

An unexpected winter- like storm
dumped up to six inches of snow in
parts of the Sierra mountains, catching
motorists off- guard and leaving ski
resort owners smiling.

Six to nine inches blanketed the
Sierra At Tahoe ski resort, while
nearby residents saw four to six
inches.

ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)
SOT FULL



INQ=This storm




*CG 2line Nicole Cox
Sierra at Tahoe Ski Resort Nicole Cox / Sierra At Tahoe: This
storm definitely caught us a little off
guard but you know in the ski business,
we are always ready for anything.


RUNS=6 (END SOT)



OQ=ready for anything.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Although 2006 is NOT expected to be
an especially cold winter because of El
Nino conditions, ski resort operators
are thrilled about the early storm.

(END VO) (END VO)




Kim tosses to bump toss to bump
BUMP
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SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=










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OQ=dial now


COMM

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WINNER WINNER ROLL OUT OF BREAK

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=






*CG wakeup Eddie McKemy
Lexington



RUNS=15 (END SOT)



OQ=


6:00 Headlines Next
*2-H KMC 6:00-Headlines 3/4 vovovo --
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HEADLINES STRAIGHT OUT OF BREAK



ANCHOR=Kimberly ANCHOR=Kimberly



GRAPHIC=none <<

*cg 0014 >>


ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Coming up on News 7


Mornin'...Blacksburg town council makes
a final decision about building a new
high school stadium.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And Roanoke County students could


soon have surveillance cameras in their
schools.

(END VO) (END VO)


ROLL OPEN

ENG#=D1




DESK 2-SHOT Kimberly and Leo

ANCHOR=Kimberly Hi/Leo Hi <<

*CG double Kimberly McBroom >> kmcbroom@wdbj7.com
Leo Hirsbrunner
leo@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Kimberly McBroom

kmcbroom@wdbj7.com DESK 2-SHOT=Kimberly and Leo



ANCHOR=Kimberly



Welcome to News 7 Mornin'.......

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GRAPHIC=none




Leo WX Pro
Currents Leo Hello
Area Forecast toss to Leo

WX-Pro

toss back to Kim
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Mornin' After a marathon meeting last


night, Blacksburg town council voted to
build a brand new sports stadium.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Blacksburg

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

A facility that's falling apart.

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.
END VO END VO
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=School Safety With the recent rash of school


violence, you may be asking yourself is
it time for more security in our
schools?

Survelliance cameras certainly help
but as we found out many local school
systems are NOT making the grade when
it comes to installing them.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
July 2004 Two years ago, the Roanoke City
school board made it a top priority to
put them in all the city's schools.

But our research has found that
project is far from complete.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD Justin McLeod tells us why and shows


us how Roanoke County is tackling this
issue.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=nat sound


*CG 2line Steve Spangler
William Byrd Middle School Principal
:12


*CG 2line Tiffany Woods
Roanoke City Schools Spokesman
:54


*CG 2line Martha Spencer
Parent
1:17
*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com
1:23

RUNS=1:33 (END SOT)



OQ=jm, news 7 <<((NAT SOUND OF TEACHING))



In the classroom it's the teachers
who keep an eye on our children.

But when they're out in the hallways
or in the cafeteria, educators need
some help.

SOT FULL 1:17:09 SOT FULL




INQ=As much as STEVE SPANGLER/WILLIAM BYRD MIDDLE


SCHOOL PRINCIPAL: AS MUCH AS WE ARE IN
THE HALLWAYS WE CAN'T BE EVERYWHERE SO
THE DEFINITELY WILL HELP WITH SAFETY IN
THE HALLWAYS AS WELL AS THE ENTRANCES.

RUNS06 (END SOT)



OQ=as the entrances He's talking about security cameras.



But current school board policy
doesn't allow their use. That however
is expected to change within the next
month.

When it does, William Byrd Middle
school will be ready. They school
recently received twenty cameras as
part of a pilot program.

SOT FULL 1:17:48 SOT FULL



INQ=In today's STEVE SPANGLER: IN TODAY'S CLIMATE


SAFETY IS A BIG FACTOR AND OUR CONCERN
IS BEING PRO ACTIVE AND TAKING CARE OF
THE SAFETY OF OUR KIDS.

RUNS07 (END SOT)



OQ=OF OUR KIDS In Roanoke City, the hope was to have


cameras in all the schools by now.

The two high schools and all the
middle schools currently have THEM, but
16 schools do not, mainly the
elementary schools.

SOT FULL 1:02:47 SOT FULL



INQ=In a perfect world TIFFANY WOODS/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS: IN



A PERFECT WORLD WE'D LIKE TO HAVE
CAMERAS IN ALL OF THE SCHOOLS BUT THE
REALITY IS IT COSTS MONEY AND WE JUST
HAVE A LIMITED BUDGET.

RUNS06 (END SOT)



OQ=LIMITED BUDGET In the past two years, the school


system has spent more than 200-thousand
dollars on this type of survelliance.

Roanoke County expects to spend
nearly a half million.

It's obviously not cheap but some
parents believe their worth every
penny.

SOT FULL 1:30:16 SOT FULL



INQ=I think the cameras MARTHA SPENCER/PARENT: I THINK THE


CAMERAS ARE A GOOD SAFETY PRECAUTION
FOR OUR CHILDREN AND IT'S ALWAYS GOOD
TO HAVE AN EXTRA SET OF EYES FOR THE
KIDS.

RUNS05 (END SOT)



OQ=eyes for the kids





SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: ROANOKE CITY


DOESN'T KNOW WHEN IT WILL FINISH THE
PLAN TO PUT CAMERAS IN ALL ITS SCHOOLS.
AS FOR ROANOKE COUNTY, ADMINISTRATORS
TO COMPLETE THE JOB WITHIN THE NEXT FEW
YEARS. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.


RUNS= (END SOT)>>



OQ=JM, NEWS 7


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none Funding, traffic and improvements


were just some of the issues discussed
yesterday at the 55th Transportation
Conference, where Governor Tim Kaine
addressed the crowd.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The Governor said he wanted to
address the Challenges of today and
tomorrow, but the topic quickly turned
to Interstate 81.

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

A vote on I- 81 is expected.

The governor says a gas tax
increase to pay for any roadway
improvement or additions won't be
needed.

(END VO) (END VO)



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Survey USA Most Virginians will tell you


something needs to done to improve the
roads.

And yet: those same citizens are
opposed to most plans to *pay* for new-
and- improved highways.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT A new NEWS 7- -Survey-USA poll


shows not much has changed since we
asked the question in February.

Fifty-two percent of those polled
now say it's "VERY important" for the
state to spend more money on highway
construction... that's a slight
increase from last Winter.

While a majority still support
increasing traffic fines to pay for
road work, that level of support has
fallen off since February.

Opposition to increasing the
vehicle sales tax- -as a means of
funding highway construction- -has only
increased over the last eight months.

(END VO) (END VO)





WEB PROMO NEXT WEB PROMO NEXT

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TAKE FS Web 510 TAKE FS Web 510

There's a link to the results of
both our polls- -then and now on our
web site. Just go to W-D-B-J- 7.com

(END FS) (END FS)



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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

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 an undetermined amount of
money.

Police are not releasing any more
information at this time.


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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=North Korea South Korea is reportedly


preparing for a nuclear conflict, now
that North Korea has tested a nuclear
weapon.

ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

Meanwhile, the U- N Security Council
meets today to hammer out an agreement
that will include tough sanctions
against North Korea.

The country's demanded one- on- one
talks with Washington, and reportedly
threatened to launch a nuclear- tipped
missile IF the U- S refuses.

Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice is
concerned about nuclear weapons falling
into the wrong hands.

ENG#=3 (SOT FULL)
SOT FULL



INQ=Certainly one of




*CG 2line Condoleezza Rice
U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice/U. S. Secretary of
State: Certainly one of the great
worries if North Korea were to try to
continue down this path is that it

would try to transfer a weapon to
either another state, or perhaps even
more alarmingly, to a non- state actor
or a terrorist organization.

RUNS=15 (END SOT)



OQ=or a terroist organization.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Meanwhile, a rumble in Eastern Asia
triggered fears North Korea might be at
it again.

The Japanese reported a possible
second nuclear test, until they

determined the tremor was actually an
earthquake.

(END VO) (END VO)



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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iran Nuclear Iran has stood apart from the chorus


of global criticism condemning North
Korea, instead blaming Washington for
the test.

Today officials from the U- S and
five other nations will meet to discuss

possible sanctions against Iran for
possessing uranium.

ENG#=4 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Tehran, Iran

So far, Iran has ignored a United
Nations deadline to stop enriching
uranium.

And yesterday, Iran's hardline
leaders said their country would NOT
retreat from its controversial nuclear
program-- which they maintain is for
peaceful purposes.

(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=none



In sports, the high school football
rankings are out.

Grant Kittelson has more on that.





ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Good morning








RUNS=2:45 (END SOT)



OQ=see ya then everybody.



(END SOT) weather intro next




weather intro next

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ENG# D1 ANCHOR=Leo



OPEN# E2018 - no fade



SOT FULL Leo in Chromakey



INQ=From the skytracker



RUNS=05



OQ=your hometown weather.




Leo in Chromakey

(WX Bug)

(WX BUG) (WeatherPro)





(WeatherPro)



Leo goes back to desk

DESK 3-SHOT---Leo and Kim and Bob


Leo goes back to desk

DESK 3-SHOT---Leo and Kim and Bob



(tease and toss to bump)



PSA-Bump

COMM #-1


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ENG# D1



OPEN# E2017 - with fade



SOT FULL



INQ=From the skytracker



RUNS=05



OQ=your hometown weather.





DESK 2-SHOT= Kim and Leo DESK 2-SHOT---Kim and Leo Hi





(Leo SOLO) (Leo---weather pro)




Leo Weather Pro KIM AND LEO TOSS TO BOB



KIM AND LEO TOSS TO BOB

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LIVE=BOB AT BAM LIVE FULL




Bob adlib live interview Bob adlib


*CG 2line Jill Henderson, RD, LDN
Southeast Dairy Association
TAKE FS GFXS 8705-07 3 BOARDS TAKE FS GFX





(END GFX) (END GFX)






Bob Tosses Back to Kim toss back to Kim

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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=Business News



In business news, a government report
says you're likely to see your home
heating costs either go uo or fall

quite a bit depending on how you heat
your home.

And are electric cars the wave of the
future?

As Stan Case reports, one automaker is
betting yes..

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=nat sound


*CG standup Stan Case
Reporting
:04



RUNS=1:19 (END SOT)



OQ=I'm Stan Case.



(END SOT) <

DOW ADDED LESS THEN A TENTH OF A
PERCENT

BUT IT WAS ENOUGH TO REACH A NEW
CLOSING HIGH...ENDING THE DAY AT

11-THOUSAND-867.







THE NASDAQ WAS ALSO UP SLIGHTLY...IT
CLOSED AT TWO THOUSAND-315.








MORE TROUBLE IN PRUDHOE BAY...B-P SAYS
A POWER OUTAGE CAUSED BY RAIN AND HIGH

WINDS FORCED IT TO SHUT DOWN PRODUCTION
AT ITS ALASKAN OIL FIELD... BUT IT

EXPECTS TO BE BACK ON LINE QUICKLY.
SHARES OF B-P ROSE A THIRD OF A
PERCENT.







THE PRICE OF OIL DROPPED MORE THAN A
DOLLAR TUESDAY... ENDING AT 58-DOLLARS
AND

52-CENTS A BARREL.







THE ENERGY DEPARTMENT'S NEW HOME
HEATING REPORT PREDICTS OIL CUSTOMERS
WILL

SPEND SIX-POINT-THREE PERCENT MORE
MONEY THIS SEASON THAN LAST. BUT THE
AVERAGE

HEATING BILL FOR NATURAL GAS CUSTOMERS
WILL DROP TWELVE AND A HALF PERCENT.

GOVERNMENT FORECASTERS PREDICT A WARMER
THAN USUAL WINTER IN MOST STATES.








MITSUBISHI MOTORS MAY BECOME THE FIRST
MAJOR AUTOMAKER TO MARKET A FULLY

ELECTRIC CAR FOR U-S DRIVERS. ACCORDING
TO A REPORT IN "AUTOMOTIVE NEWS," THE

ZERO-EMISSIONS CAR WILL DEBUT IN JAPAN
FIRST.







ALUMINUM PRODUCER ALCOA RELEASED ITS
THIRD QUARTER EARNINGS REPORT AFTER THE

MARKET CLOSED THURSDAY - THE FIRST
COMPANY OF ITS SIZE TO DO SO. ALCOA
NEARLY

DOUBLED ITS PROFIT; QUARTERLY EARNINGS
REACHED 537 MILLION DOLLARS.







FOR BUSINESS BRIEF, I'M STAN CASE.





-----END-----CNN.SCRIPT



>>


Tape tosses to stocks (Tape tosses to stocks)
STOCKS
COMM

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<< *CG amstox U
9.36
11867.17
U
3.66
2315.43
D
76.68
16400.57


*CG 6stox1 u
0.08
34.76
d
0.70
78.05
u
2.01
39.31
u
0.12
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u
0.39
15.95



*CG 6stox2 u
0.11
44.23
d
0.10
17.93
u
0.99
77.35
u
0.14
36.30
d
0.04
14.51


*CG 6stox3 u
0.03
50.14
d
0.04
22.71
u
0.13
45.88
d
0.08
5.15

u
0.70
56.04


*CG 6stox4 u >>
0.08
78.00
d
0.15
36.54
d
0.33
55.83
d
0.10
48.12
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1.45
76.55

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MINI-OPEN (Kim and Leo Hello)

ENG#=D1





DESK 2-SHOT---Kim and Leo





Leo---Weather Pro



LEO WEATHER PRO
DESK 2-SHOT
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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iraq Southern Baghdad was the scene of


some huge explosions last night, after
a a blast at an ammunition depot.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

Officials say they're investigating
the cause of the fire, and don't yet
know whether it was the result of an
insurgent attack.

No injuries have been reported
from the explosion.

Despite all the ammo lost in the
explosion, a military spokesman says

the blast won't hamper U- S operations.

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GRAPHIC=Roanoke Gas After two years of dramatic


increases, some heating bills may be
heading down.

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.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



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.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL 40:46



INQ=Absent a difference




*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.

RUNS=13 (END SOT)



OQ=on an annual basis.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



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

(END VO) (END VO)



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GRAPHIC=none In this week's look at What's Going


Around....
TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX *cg 12007

Doctor Ellen Rabun at Family Care of
Blacksburg is beginning to see a lot of
school related illnesses. For example
sore throats, colds and ear infections.

There's some good news though, she says
allergies are down.
TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX

At Bonsack Medical Center, Doctor
Steven Ridout is seeing a large number
of colds and viral infections.
TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX

Doctor John Moore at Carilion
Pediatric Medicine in Botetourt County
reports colds and respiratory viruses.
Doctor Moore stresses good hygiene with
children. He says encourage them to
wash their hands and cover their mouths
and noses when they cough or sneeze.
TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX

And Doctor Stephen Couture in the
Clearbrook area of Roanoke County says
he has admitted two people to the
hospital with pneumonia. He's also seen
a lot of upper respiratory illnesses.


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

SS=None That's a look at What's Going Around.


News 7 Mornin' will be right back.
toss to bump
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ANCHOR=LEO ANCHOR=LEO

Leo in Weather Center
WX-PRO
WEATHER SCHOOL Leo asks weather school question TRIPLE
BOXES
TRIPLE BOXES





Leo toss to Kim
Leo toss to Kim
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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Winter Weather Winter has arrived early to parts of


California.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT





*CG locator Lake Tahoe, CA

An unexpected winter- like storm
dumped up to six inches of snow in
parts of the Sierra mountains, catching
motorists off- guard and leaving ski
resort owners smiling.

Six to nine inches blanketed the
Sierra At Tahoe ski resort, while
nearby residents saw four to six
inches.

ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)
SOT FULL



INQ=This storm




*CG 2line Nicole Cox
Sierra at Tahoe Ski Resort Nicole Cox / Sierra At Tahoe: This
storm definitely caught us a little off
guard but you know in the ski business,
we are always ready for anything.

RUNS=6 (END SOT)



OQ=ready for anything.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Although 2006 is NOT expected to be
an especially cold winter because of El
Nino conditions, ski resort operators
are thrilled about the early storm.

(END VO) (END VO)





Kim tosses to break toss to break
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HEADLINES STRAIGHT OUT OF BREAK



ANCHOR=Kimberly ANCHOR=Kimberly



GRAPHIC=none


*CG 2line Wednesday October 11, 2006 (<<) *CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


*cg 305


*CG 0014 >>





ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Coming up on News 7


Mornin'...after months of debate,
Blacksburg town council makes a

decision on a new high school stadium.


ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And opinions are mixed about who


won the Senatorial debate Monday night.

(END VO) (END VO)




ROLL OPEN

ENG#=D1




DESK 2-SHOT Kimberly and Leo <<
ANCHOR=Kimberly Hi/Leo Hi




*CG double Kimberly McBroom >> kmcbroom@wdbj7.com
Leo Hirsbrunner
leo@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Kimberly McBroom

kmcbroom@wdbj7.com DESK 2-SHOT=Kimberly and Leo



ANCHOR=Kimberly



Welcome to News 7 Mornin'.......

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GRAPHIC=none




OPEN

ENG#=D1




Kim and Leo 2-SHOT


Leo WX Pro
Currents Kim and Leo Hello
Area Forecast toss to Leo

WX-Pro

toss back to Kim
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GRAPHIC=Mornin' It's official! Blacksburg is


getting a brand new sports stadium.


ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Blacksburg

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

Stadium.

A facility that's falling apart.

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.
END VO END VO
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GRAPHIC=HOLD New River Valley Bureau Chief


Rachel DePompa has more on the marathon
meeting.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Council chambers


*CG locator Blacksburg
:00


*CG 2line Meghan Tamminen
Blacksburg High School Cheerleader
:10
*CG 2line Dawn Elvinger
Blacksburg Resident
:41
*CG 2line John Casali
Blacksburg Resident
:52

*CG 2line Kim Radford
Blacksburg High School Teacher
1:15
*CG standup Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com
1:24

RUNS=1:39 (END SOT)



OQ=News 7, Blacksburg.



< football game.

There were cheerleaders, pompoms,
stickers saying "Yes for BHS"



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I know it's MEGHAN TAMMINEN: :58:00 I KNOW IT'S


JUST THE FIRST STEP, IT STILL HAS TO
GET BUILT. BUT THIS PERMISSION TO BE
ABLE TO DO THIS STADIUM WOULD PROBABLY
BE THE BEST THING THAT'S HAPPENED FOR
OUR SCHOOL AND FOR OUR TEAMS IN A LONG
TIME. :07

RUN:09 (END SOT)



OQ=in a long time.



It was standing room only with the
crowd spilling out into the hallway.

And nearly every prominent person in
Montgomery County showed up.

From the school board members to
members of the Board of Supervisors and

even the town's former longtime
Mayor... Roger Hedgepeth



NATS: playing football...



And it was all about the "Friday night
lights" and where it should go.



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I am for a stadium DAWN ELVINGER.



4:39:00 I AM FOR A STADIUM. I'M AGAINST
THE LOCATION OF IT. I THINK IT IS ILL
FITTED FOR OUR TOWN TO BE ON THE FAR
OUTSKIRTS RATHER THAN CENTRALLY LOCATED
FOR THE WHOLE COMMUNITY. :50

RUN:!1 (END SOT)



OQ=whole community.



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INQ=From a noise JOHN CASALI DIRECTORY AUDITORIUM


SYSTEMS LAB, VIRGINIA TECH.

3:38:00 FROM A NOISE STANDPOINT,
WHETHER YOU PICK THE CROWD NOISE, THE
BAND NOISE, THE BLEACHER STOMPING THE
PA SYSTEM OR WHATEVER. IT'S TOO CLOSE
TO THE COMMUNITY AND IT'S LINE OF SIGHT
TO THE COMMUNITY AND THERE'S NOTHING
THAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT SOME OF THOSE
NOISE SOURCES. :52

RUN:14 (END SOT)




OQ=noise sources.



No one seems to be against building a
new stadium, and those FOR the Price's
Fork location outnumbered those against
it nearly 3 to 1.



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INQ= KIM RADFORD: 1:38:00I HAVE A LOT OF


KIDS WHO ARE ATHELETES WHO ARE IN MY
CLASSES AND I GO AND WATCH THEM PLAY
ALL THE TIME AND I'M VERY PROUD OF
THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND I'D REALLY
LIKE TO SEE THEM PLAY IN A STADIUM THAT
THEY'RE PROUD OF. :47

RUN:10 (END SOT)



OQ=



RACHEL DEPOMPA: AND AGAIN, AFTER THE
MARATHON MEETING, FOLKS IN BLACKSBURG
ARE GETTING A NEW SPORTS STADIUM. THE
COUNCIL VOTED 4 TO 3 IN FAVOR OF THE
PLAN. THIS ENDS A LONGSTANDING DEBATE
IN THE TOWN. RACHEL DEPOMPA, NEWS 7
BLACKSBURG>>




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GRAPHIC=school Safety Current school policy doesn't allow


for the use of security cameras in
Roanoke County.

That will soon change and schools are
already getting ready.

ENG#=3 VO NAT

VO NAT


*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.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL 1:16:10



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.

RUNS=:11 (SOT FULL)



OQ=theft and vandalism




VO NAT VO NAT

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

(END VO) (END VO)



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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2006 So who won the debate Monday night,


George Allen or Jim Webb?

Our News-7/Survey USA poll tells us
more of you were impressed with Allen.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond

Monday Night 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.

(END VO) (END VO)


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

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AD-LIB OVER WEB PAGE (Ad-lib web page)






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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2006 Democrat Jim Webb has received a


nod from Virginia school teachers.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond

The Virginia Education
Association is encouraging its 63-
thousand members to vote for Webb for
U-S Senate.

The group is also giving him
five- thousand dollars.

Webb is opposed to using public
funds for private school voucher- plans
and, if elected, vows to strengthen
social security-- two positions that

helped him win the endorsement.

Webb also supports fully funding
No Child Left Behind, a program he
believes has good intentions....

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG 2line Jim Webb

(D) Candidate for U. S. Senate 1:06:35 JIM WEBB/(D) CANDIDATE FOR US


SENATE: BUT THE WAY THAT IT'S BEEN
DONE HAS BEEN EXTREMELY DIFFICULT DOWN
AT THE LOCAL LEVEL AND SOMETHING THAT
I'LL LOOK FORWARD TO SPENDING A GOOD
BIT OF TIME WORKING ON.

RUNS=10 (END SOT)



OQ=good bit of time working on.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The V-E-A has never endorsed
Republican Senator George Allen and
yesterday criticized his record on
education.

Allen's campaign manager calls
the group "leftist" and pointed to
record investments made in Virginia's
education system while Allen was
governor.

(END VO) (END VO)






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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=North Korea The U- N Security Council is


working out the best way to respond to
North Korea's nuclear threat.

ENG#=4 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

Members meet today to hammer out an
agreement that will include tough
sanctions.

North Korean officials demanded one-
on- one talks with Washington, and
reportedly threatened to launch a
nuclear- tipped missile IF the U- S
refuses.

Meanwhile, Secretary of State
Condoleeza Rice is concerned about
nuclear weapons falling into the wrong
hands.

ENG#=1 (SOT FULL)
SOT FULL




INQ=Certainly one of




*CG 2line Condoleezza Rice
U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice/U. S. Secretary of
State: Certainly one of the great
worries if North Korea were to try to
continue down this path is that it
would try to transfer a weapon to
either another state, or perhaps even
more alarmingly, to a non- state actor
or a terrorist organization.

RUNS=15 (END SOT)



OQ=or a terroist organization.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Meanwhile, a rumble in Eastern Asia
triggered fears North Korea might be at
it again.

The Japanese reported a possible
second nuclear test, until they

determined the tremor was actually an
earthquake.

(END VO) (END VO)



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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iran There are also developments on


another foreign policy front.

Senior officials from the U- S and
five other nations plan to meet today
to discuss possible sanctions against
Iran for possessing uranium.

ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Tehran, Iran

So far, Iran has ignored a United
Nations deadline to stop enriching
uranium.

And yesterday, Iran's hardline
leaders said their country would NOT
retreat from its controversial nuclear
program-- which they maintain is for
peaceful purposes.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=MLB



In sports, Oakland hosted the Detroit
Tigers in the opening game American
League Championship

Series.


ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG locator Oakland, CA The Tigers scored two runs in the FOX Sports third inning highlighted by a solo
homer by Brandon Inge ihnj.

Ivan ee-VAHN' Rodriguez also
homered as the Tigers added three more
runs in the fourth to seal the deal.

The A's scored their only run of
the night on a groundout in the eighth
inning.

The Tigers won it... 5 to 1.

Game Two is tonight.

(END VO) (END VO)




NO SCOREBAORDS NO SCOREBOARDS
weather intro next weather intro next

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ENG# D1 ANCHOR=Leo



OPEN# E2018 - no fade



SOT FULL Leo in Chromakey



INQ=From the skytracker



RUNS=05




OQ=your hometown weather.




Leo in Chromakey

(WX BUG)

(WX BUG) (WeatherPro)





(WeatherPro)



Leo goes back to desk

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(tease and toss to bumps)


PSA

Lottery-Bump----NOT ON MONDAYS



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(Kim and Leo) (Leo---weather pro---day planner)




Leo Weather Pro KIM AND LEO TOSS TO BOB


Day Planner


KIM AND LEO TOSS TO BOB

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Bob adlib live interview Bob adlib


*CG 2line Jill Henderson, RD, LDN
Southeast Dairy Association
TAKE FS GFXS 8705-07 3BOARDS TAKE FS GFXS





(END GFX) (END GFX)






Bob tosses to birthdays BOB ON CAM

Now here's a look at today's birthdays
and anniversaries.



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ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Happy



RUNS=57



OQ=N7M will continue.





(END VO) (END VO)




Tape tosses to break
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Here's a look at today's top
stories.

Police are looking for an armed
robbery suspect in Danville.

Authorities say it happened at
around 4 this morning at the Fast Mart
on South Main Street.

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

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ENG#1




*CG locator Salem

An accident comes to a halt just
INCHES from a Salem home.

It happened yesterday near the
intersection of Harriet Ann Drive and
Azalea Street.

A car collided with a van and
sent it spinning toward a house.


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ENG#2 A new NEWS 7- -Survey-USA poll


shows not much has changed since we
asked back in February about improving
Virginia's highways.


Fifty-two percent say it's "VERY
important" for the state to spend more
money on highway construction...a
slight increase from last Winter.

While most still support
increasing traffic fines to pay for
road work, that support has dropped.

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GRAPHIC=Iraq A series of massive explosions lit


up the night sky over Southern Baghdad
when an ammunition depot blew up.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

Officials say they're investigating
the cause of the fire, and don't yet
know whether it was the result of an
insurgent attack.

No injuries have been reported
from the explosion.

Despite all the ammo lost in the
explosion, a military spokesman says
the blast won't hamper U- S operations.

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GRAPHIC=Flooding Governor Tim Kaine saw the flooding


in Franklin firsthand yesterday...

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Franklin

Kaine was there 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, where he said improvements on
Commonwealth roadways will NOT cost
Virginians at the pumps.

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VO-NAT




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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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*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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In sports, Salem hosted Cave Spring in
volleyball.

Grant Kittelson has those highlights.





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Leo in Chromakey Leo in Chromakey


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*cg 0017

Now here's a look at today's top
local stories.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#1 Blacksburg is getting a brand new


sports stadium.

Town council voted 4 to 3 last
night to build a 3-thousand seat
stadium on 86 acres off Price's Fork
Road.



VO-NAT VO-NAT




ENG#2 As a part of a pilot program,


William Byrd Middle School received 20
survelliance cameras at the beginning
of the school year.

Current school policy doesn't
allow for the use of security cameras
in Roanoke County, but that'll soon
change. Administrators say once
they get the o-k, they believe it will
be invaluable.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#3



And, Roanoke Gas customers may
get a welcome break on their heating
bills this winter.

The company says falling energy
prices could reduce the average bill by
more than 15 percent.

Savings will also depend on the
weather.







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