10/18/06

News-7 at Noon


FORMAT FORMAT: 2 News heads, one weather.
Producer decides order



HEADLINE #1 HEADLINE #1 (:01 of head pad)



CAPTION: Help Wanted

KIM: Altec is hiring. That means a
hundred new jobs for Botetourt County.


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: VOLUNTEER DIES

KIM: Volunteer firefights find one of

their colleagues dead in a morning
accident.


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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: WARMIN' ON UP

High pressure moves in and the rain and
fog moves out.

How long will it last? I'll have the
forecast.






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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



<< *CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Bob Grebe >>
bgrebe@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHI=News-7 at Noon 100 new jobs are heading to


Botetourt County.

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*CG locator Botetourt Co.
February 2004 Altec opened up its plant between
Daleville and Fincastle about five
years ago, and has expanded operations
several times since then.

Altec makes aerial lifts for
customers like electric utilities and
tree services.

The newest expansion is expected to
bring an additional three-million
dollars a year to Botetourt County.

We'll have more on this story tonight
on News-7 at 6.
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GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident Giles County firefighters had to


respond to a fatal accident involving
one of their own this morning.
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The wreck on Northview Street
in Narrows was discovered around eight
a- m.

State troopers say 21-year-old
Ronald Grant Meadows ran off the side
of the road, down a 75- foot embankment
and ended up in a creek.

Meadows died at the scene.
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GRAPHIC=Hold Police don't yet know why he


ran off the road.

Meadows was a volunteer
firefighter in Narrows.

We'll also have more on this
story at Six.

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GRAPHIC=None Roanoke Police have


identified the man killed on Brambleton
Avenue early Tuesday morning.

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*CG locator Roanoke

Yesterday Officers say it was
39-year-old Brian Keith Dickerson of
Roanoke who fell into the road and was
hit by two passing cars.

Investigators believe
Dickerson was involved in a fight at
the time.

No arrests have been made
in the case.

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GRAPHIC=Social Security Social Security recipients are


getting a raise.

Their checks will go up three-
point- three percent next year.

The cost- of- living adjustment
translates into an average increase of
33 dollars a month.

The 2007 raise is a smaller
percentage increase than 2006, when
inflation was more of a problem.


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GRAPHIC=None Meanwhile, it was a wild ride on


Wall Street today, when the stock
market moved into uncharted territory
and crossed the 12- thousand mark.

But will the Dow have staying
power?

Alexis Christoforous brings us up to
date from the New York Stock Exchange.


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INQ=After flirting


*CG locator New York, NY




*CG standup Alexis Christoforous
Reporting



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OQ=Christoforous, CBS News, New York. <<



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AFTER FLIRTING WITH THE MILESTONE FOR
NEARLY A WEEK, THE DOW FINALLY

SOARED PAST 12,000 RIGHT AFTER THE
OPENING BELL ON POSITIVE NEWS ABOUT

INFLATION AND THE HOUSING MARKET.



IT TOOK THE DOW 7 AND A HALF YEARS TO
MAKE THE JOURNEY FROM 11,000 TO

12-THOUSAND - IN THAT TIME THE MARKET
WAS PUMMELED BY THE DOT-COM BUST,

A RECESSION AND THE AFTERMATH OF THE
9-11 ATTACKS.



THAT SLOW TREK WAS A STRIKING CONTRAST
WITH THE DOW'S SPRINT FROM 10,000


TO 11,000 IN JUST 24 DAYS IN THE SPRING
OF 1999, DURING THE HEADY DAYS

OF THE INTERNET BOOM.



A SLOWING, BUT STILL STEADY ECONOMY
WITH NO INFLATION AND A DROP IN OIL

PRICES HAVE FUELED THE MARKET'S RECENT
RALLY AND HELPED DRIVE THE DOW TO

12-THOUSAND.



WHILE SOME MAY SAY ITS JUST A NUMBER,
OTHER SAY IT'S AN IMPORTANT

PSYCHOLOGICAL MILESTONE - BREAKING
RECORDS ON WALL STREET MEANS HIGHER

CONFIDENCE ON MAIN STREET..



AC, CBS News, New York.



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*CG noonstox U
39 The Dow has now dropped below D 12-thousand, but it's still up for the 2 day.


Just before Noon, the Dow was UP 39
points, but Nasdaq was DOWN 2 points.
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GRAPHIC=Iraq/US Troops Another rise in the American death


toll in Iraq--

The U- S military says eight
soldiers and a Marine were killed
yesterday in bombings and fighting.

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*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

And today in Baghdad, two separate
car bombings left six civilians
injured.

Four were injured when a car bomb
targeting an Iraqi police patrol
exploded.

Earlier today, another car bomb
wounded two other civilians.

It was aimed at a U- S military
convoy, but there are no reports of any
troops being injured.


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GRAPHIC=North Korea Secretary of State Condoleezza


Rice is in Japan for the first leg of
her four- nation tour.

Rice made the trip because of
concerns that North Korea might launch
a second nuclear test.

But as Aleen Sirgany tells us, the
U-S is also worried about rising
nuclear tensions among other Asian
countries.

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INQ=With North Korea


*CG 2line Condoleezza Rice
U. S. Secretary of State


*CG 2line Wendy Sherman
Former Advisor to President Clinton


*CG standup Aleen Sirgany
Reporting



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OQ=Sirgany, News 7. <<



(END SOT) With North Korea threatening another



nuclear test and calling U-N

sanctions an "act of war".Secretary of
State Condoleezza Rice wasted no

time re-affirming America�s pledge to
defend Japan.



Sot: Condoleezza Rice/U.S.Secretary of
State

"The U-S has the will and the
capability to meet the full range, and
I

underscore the full range of its
deterrent and security commitments to

Japan."



Japan is just one stop on Rice�s
whirlwind tour that includes China,

South Korea and Russia. And while
Tokyo quickly followed her assurances

with another pledge not to develop
nukes, the secretary may have a more

difficult SELL when she gets to South
Korea.



Rice will ask the South Koreans to beef
up their inspections of ships

heading to the North .. part of the un
imposed sanctions.. but some in

Seoul fear that would harm diplomatic

efforts to end the nuclear crisis.





It�s a crisis experts say must end
before North Korea's unpredictable

dictator does something drastic with
his nuclear technology .



Sot: Wendy Sherman/Former Advisor to
President Clinton on North Korea

"We are living in a new world and a new
century where the rules have

changed. He could get pretty desperate
and sell those nuclear weapons."



Even North Korea�s closest ally
China... is working to stop a nuclear

arms race in Asia. This morning
Beijing reportedly sent two envoys to

North Korea hoping to convince them not
to test another nuclear device.



(aleen sirgany close) SOME US
OFFICIALS ARE CONCERNED NORTH KOREA

MIGHT TRY A SECOND TEST TO PROVE IT'S
NOT INTIMIDATED BY SANCTIONS..

AND BECAUSE MANY CONSIDER THE FIRST
TEST NOTHING MORE THAN A

FIZZLE... ALEEN SIRGANY, News 7.


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GRAPHIC=None Elsewhere in Asia, a sinking boat led


to a dramatic rescue that was caught on
tape, just off the northeastern coast
of China.


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*CG locator Bohai Sea, China

Rescue officials say this cargo
ship was being hit hard with strong
winds and high waves.

As the waves washed over the ship,
a rescue helicopter approached, and
whisked 14 crew members to safety.

Authorities say the vessel was
carrying 34- hundred tons of goods,
when it began taking in water.

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HARD MUSIC UNDER A museum on the move - in hopes that

more people will walk in. That story is
still ahead.

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*CG tease

And we'll meet some college students
cooking up a good way to help hundreds
of families close to campus.
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GRAPHIC=W & L Some students at Washington and Lee are


serving up plenty of help in the

Lexington and Rockbridge County area.

As Justin McLeod reports, it's a new
effort that already seems to be
creating its own rewards.

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*CG locator Lexington
:00




*CG 2line Erik Ball
W&L Sophomore
:12


*CG 2line Maggie Puryear
W&L Senior
:42


*CG 2line Khaki Howe
W&L Senior
:51


*CG 2line Caitlin Schopp
Program Coordinator
1:16


*CG standup Justin McLeod

jmcleod@wdbj7.com
1:25



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OQ=jm, news 7 <

SIX CLASSES OF TWENTY PEOPLE EACH))

These Washington and Lee students
have a big project on their hands.

((QUICK NAT SOUND OF COOKING IF YOU GOT
IT))

No text books are needed here, just a
cookbook.

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IN Q=Well I took ERIK BALL/W&L SOPHOMORE: WELL I TOOK A


FEW CLASSES IN HIGH SCHOOL SO I KNOW
HOW TO USE A KNIFE AND HOW TO MEASURE
SOME STUFF.

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OQ=some stuff He'll need those skills.



Erik is one of two hundred W&L
students taking part in the Campus
Kitchen Project.

It works like this. Students collect
leftover food from dinning services as
well as area restaurants and then put
it to good use.

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INQ=It's really simple MAGGIE PURYEAR: IT'S REALLY SIMPLE.


IT'S LIKE WHY DIDN'T SOMEONE THINK OF

THIS BEFORE.

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OQ=OF THIS BEFORE The students take the donated food


and then repackage it for needy
families and organizations throughout
Rockbridge County.

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INQ=The idea MAGGIE PURYEAR: THE IDEA IS NOT ONLY


ARE THEY GETTING FOOD BUT WE'RE ALSO
DEVELOPING RELATIONSHIPS WITH PEOPLE
WE'RE DELIVERING TO.

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OQ=we're delivering to Right now, the group is serving close


to 300 meals a week.

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INQ=Just the smile KHAKI HOWE: JUST THE SMILE ON THE


CHILD'S FACES OR HAVING AN ELDERLY
PATIENT WHO DON'T USUALLY GET TO SEE
PEOPLE TO COME IN AND BRIGHTEN THEIR
DAY ITS KINDA FUN.

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OQ=its kinda fun The students are not only learning


the importance of community service
they're also learning plenty of life
lessons.

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INQ=I'm learning a lot ERIK BALL: I'M LEARNING A LOT THROUGH


THE PROCESS. NOT ONLY AM I LEARNING
COOKING SKILLS BUT ALSO LEARNING HOW TO

INTERACT WITH PEOPLE.

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OQ=interact with people It's a lesson the students choose to


learn. They're not getting paid here
or even earning extra credit.

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INQ=I think there CAITLIN SCHOPP/PROGRAM COORDINATOR: I


THINK THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE OUT
THERE WHO THINK COLLEGE KIDS DON'T WANT
TO GET INVOLVED IN THIS SORT OF WAY AND
THEY DO, THEY REALLY WANT TO MAKE A
DIFFERENCE.

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OQ=make a difference





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INQ= JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE PROGRAM


AT W&l HAS ONLY BEEN UP AND RUNNING FOR
A COUPLE OF WEEKS AND ALREADY THE
STUDENTS ARE HELPING SIX AREA AGENCIES.
THEY HOPE TO EVENTUALLY EXPAND THAT
AND SERVE MORE THAN 400 MEALS A WEEK.
JUSTIN MCLEOD, NEWS 7.

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OQ=JM, NEWS 7


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GRAPHIC=NONE The Museum of the Confederacy in


Richmond is hoping a new home will help
restore some of its luster.

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*CG locator Richmond
August A new report suggests moving the
struggling museum will help it stay in
business.

Visitation has declined by nearly
50- percent over the past five years
due to the growth of a nearby medical
complex.

Officials hope to find another
location in Richmond, but say their
first goal is keeping the Civil War
collections together.

Meanwhile, the White House of the
Confederacy, home of Confederate
President Jefferson Davis, will NOT be
moved.

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You can find a link to the
museum's website by logging onto
WDBJ7.com.
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SOFT MUSIC UNDER A dental clinic is growing. Still
ahead, that should bring smiles to the
many people who depend on it.

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*CG tease RUBDOWN LOWDOWN

And certified massage therapists say
don't even think about confusing them
with

massage parlors that may get in trouble
with the law.
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GRAPHIC=NONE Since Roanoke cracked down on


massage parlors in the mid-70s,
legitimate massage therapists have been
working to educate the public and build
a strong reputation in the community.

So Jade Daniels says she was
shocked this week when a couple was
prosecuted under a massage ordinance
enacted thirty years ago.

Joe Dashiell has the story.

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INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Jade Daniels
BodySense Day Spa
:39
*CG reporter Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com
:54


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OQ=JD News 7 Roanoke < (END SOT) practicing therapeutic massage for more


than 20 years, and her institute of
massage has trained many others in a
variety of techniques.

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INQ=There are some just for relaxation JADE DANIELS: THERE ARE SOME JUST FOR


RELAXATION. THERE'S HOT STONE MASSAGE.
THERE'S DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE. THERE'S
REHABILITATION. THERE'S MEDICAL
MASSAGE.

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OQ=there's medical massage. She remembers when massage


parlors lined Williamson Road, and the
city cracked down on illicit activity.

She thought those images were
just a distant memory. That is until
this week when a man and woman were
prosecuted for violating the city's ban
against paid massages involving members
of the opposite sex.

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INQ=We worked from 94 JADE DANIELS: WE WORKED FROM 94 TO THE


PRESENT DAY TO MAKE MASSAGE THERAPY
PROFESSIONAL, THERAPEUTIC AND VERY
ACCEPTABLE BY THE PUBLIC. I DON'T WANT
THIS TO BE A THROWBACK.

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OQ=don't want this to be a throwback. Daniels faced charges in the


early 80s when she first offered
therapeutic massage in Roanoke. She
worked with officials to re-write the
city's ordinance, and provide an
exemption for certified massage
therapists.

Daniels supports the recent
prosecution, and hopes the case won't
confuse the public.

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INQ=paying attention to your community JADE DANIELS: PAYING ATTENTION TO YOUR


COMMUNITY IS WHAT IT'S ABOUT, AND I'M
HERE JUST TO SAY MASSAGE THERAPY IS
PROFESSIONAL. I'VE BEEN DOING IT FOR 22
YEARS, AND I GUESS I'LL KEEP DOING IT.

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OQ=and I guess I'll keep doing it. Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke>>


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GRAPHIC=None Carilion's pediatric dental clinic is

Health Check 7 Animation expanding to help fill the gap for
children in our community who need
care.

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VO-NAT





*CG locator Roanoke

The clinic has doubled in size by
adding three new dental exams room.

A new general dentist has also been
hired to focus on the needs of children
and adolescents.

It's the result of increasing demand.

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INQ=The demand




*CG 2line Tom Adams
Carilion Dental Care 1:17:45

SO WE NEEDED TO ADD ANOTHER DENTIST TO
MEET THAT DEMAND AND TO ROUND OUT THE
COVERAGE WE PROVIDED BECAUSE WE WEREN'T
ADEQUATELY ABLE TO TAKE CARE OF THE
TEENAGERS BEFORE'

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OQ=teenagers before





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The clinic treats children from
birth to 20 years of age.

With the expansion the clinic hopes to
to serve an additional 800 children a
year.

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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER The Cardinals clinch the win
against the Mets. We'll have more on
that coming up...

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*CG tease Nothing in Common

And the papers are signed. A
high-profile couple officially calls it
quits.
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GRAPHIC=MLB The St. Louis Cardinals can clinch


their second World Series berth in
three seasons with a win tonight in New
York.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator St. Louis, MO
FOX Jeff Weaver pitched six strong
innings for the Cardinals last night.

And, Albert Pujols POO'-hohlz and
Chris Duncan hit solo homers, as the
Cardinals beat the New York Mets 4-to-2
in Game Five of the N-L-C-S.

They now lead the series 3-to-2.

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GRAPHIC=NASCAR The Nextel Cup and Truck Series races


come to Martinsville this weekend.

It's the only short track in the final
ten races that determine the Nextel Cup
champion.

Meantime, NASCAR is trying to
diversify its future field of drivers,
and its fan base.

Steve Smallshaw has the story from

South Boston.

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INQ=natsot


*CG locator South Boston
:00


*CG 2line Chris Bristol
Driver
:17
*CG 2line Malcolm Calhoun
NASCAR Drive For Diversity
:49
*CG 2line Brianne Cronrath
Driver
1:09
*CG reporter Steve Smallshaw
ssmallshaw@wdbj7.com
1:16

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NATSOT NATSOT


RUN02 They've been hitting the track this
week at South Boston Speedway ... but
it's not the usual faces you see behind
the wheel.

Pushing the metal here are names

like Gallegos and Hernandez ... Alison
and Molly.

They've all been racing for years
... just not on the big league level.

SOT SOT FULL 11:54:03



IN Q=Racing's just CHRIS BRISTOL/DRIVER: RACING'S JUST


SOMETHING I'VE ALWAYS WANTED TO DO,
ALWAYS BEEN A DREAM AND GOAL OF MINE TO
COMPETE AT THE TOP LEVELS, SO I'M
REALLY EXCITED AND ALSO FORTUNATE THAT
PROGRAMS LIKE THESE ARE TRYING TO HELP
US GET OVER THOSE HURDLES .

RUN11 (END SOT)



OUT Q=over those hurdles. The program is NASCAR's Drive For


Diversity, now in its fourth year of
giving qualified minority and female
drivers a shot at the big time.

20 of them are being put through
their paces here at South Boston, in
everything from turning the corner on
the racetrack to turning a phrase in
their interviews with the media ... all
under the watchful eyes of NASCAR team
owners.

SOT SOT FULL 11:45:30



IN Q=And it's not MALCOLM CALHOUN/NASCAR DRIVER FOR


DIVERSITY: AND IT'S NOT JUST A SPORT
FOR ONE PARTICULAR FAN, ONE PARTICULAR
COMMUNITY, IT'S A SPORT FOR EVERYONE TO

ENJOY AND EVERYONE IS WELCOME.

RUN10 (END SOT)



OUT Q=everyone is welcome. But finances and the sheer number


of drivers out there can work against
someone trying to move up.

That's why drivers see combines
like this as a potentially golden
opportunity.

SOT SOT FULL 12:07:12



IN Q=Your ultimate goal BRIANNE CRONRATH/DRIVER: YOUR ULTIMATE


GOAL IS NEXTEL CUP AND THIS IS JUST A
REALLY GOOD WAY TO GET YOU SEAT TIME AT
THE GRASSROOTS LEVEL.

RUN07 (END SOT)



OUT Q=the grassroots level. In the hopes that someone will


notice ... and give them a crack at a
much bigger finish line.

natsot natsot 12:15:00


RUN01 Steve Smallshaw, News7, South
Boston. >>
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GRAPHIC=TECH Virginia Tech head coach Frank


Beamer turns 60 today.

After a bad few weeks for the
Hokies, the birthday gift he seems to
be hoping for most is a win in the

upcoming game against Southern Miss, as
well as a stress- free day on the
sidelines.


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INQ=YOU KNOW...


*CG 2line Frank Beamer
Turns 60 Years Old Today
:00

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OQ=...southern miss football team."


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=UVA UVA turned in its best game of


the year last weekend but still lost to
Maryland.

Grant Kittelson visited with the
Cavs yesterday -- and in the process--
got a Psychology 101 lecture from head
coach Al Groh.

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INQ=


*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
:00

*CG 2line Al Groh
6th Season as UVA Head Coach
:28
*CG locator Charlottesville
Saturday
:41
*CG 2line Brandon Albert
UVA Offensive Guard
1:12

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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Finally, years after their relationship


first struck a sour note, Whitney
Houston is divorcing Bobby Brown.


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




*CG file File Tape

The ink on the legal separation
papers had barely dried, before
Houston's publicist confirmed she filed
to dissolve the 14- year marriage.


The divorce will bring an end to one
of Hollywood's most turbulent and
talked- about relationships.

During their marriage the Houston and
Brown had one daughter, and triggered
countless headlines connected to
alleged drug and physical abuse.

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