10/31/06

News 7 Mornin'


10 KMC 10-ATM Robbery 1 vo Robbery 4467 --
GRAPHIC=Robbery Roanoke County Police are still


trying to find the three suspects who
robbed a man at gunpoint over the
weekend.


ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

It happened Saturday night just after
eleven at the Wachovia drive-up ATM on
Electric Road near Tanglewood Mall.

Police say three suspects forced 21
year old Robert Anderson Crush to
withdraw money by gunpoint.

When the suspects fled, the victim
then followed their vehicle in hopes of
getting a license plate number.

(END VO) (END VO)


KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

SS=HOLD That's when police say the suspects


fired shots, hitting Crush's car twice.

Crush drove off, and so did the
suspects, no one was hurt.
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=FIRE AFTERMATH A fire claimed two lives in


Rockbridge County.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Rockbridge Co.


It broke out in two adjoining
trailers in the Arnolds Valley area.

Firefighters got the call
around 3:45 yesterday morning, but the
Glasgow fire chief says there was
little they could do to save the two
people inside.

They've been identified as
Joseph and Shirley Austin.

Firefighters traced the fire
back to a wood stove.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none We may be able to give the

Consumer Watch BAM furnances a bit of a break this winter
as forecasters are calling for
warmer-than-usual temperatures.

But home owners still need to be
vigilant when it comes to checking and
maintaining their heating systems.
KIM TOSS ACROSS TO BOB KIM TOSS ACROSS TO BOB

Bob Grebe has more in the
Consumer Watch 7 report.

LIVE=BOB FULL AT BAM LIVE FULL

CONSUMER WATCH 7 ANIMATION



*CG standup Bob Grebe
bgrebe@wdbj7.com Kimberly, it's all about
protecting your family this winter.

To that end, the Consumer Product
Safety Commission is urging folks to
schedule a professional inspection of
all fuel-burning home-heating systems.

ENG#=3 VO NAT


VO NAT That includes furnaces, boilers,
fireplaces, wood stoves, chimneys,
flues and vents.

Home heating equipment is one of
the most common causes of residential
structure fires, second only to cooking
fires.

They account for about 60 percent
of the nearly 36-thousand estimated
home heating equipment fires each year
from 1999-2003.

Portable heaters, on average, are
the most dangerous.



ENG#=4 SOT FULL
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INQ= PORTABLE




*CG 2line Nancy Nord
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Comm. 14.33.07 "PORTABLE HEATERS INCLUDING
SPACE HEATERS ARE THE NUMBER ONE CAUSE

OF DEATH BY FIRES... TURN YOUR SPACE
HEATER OFF BEFORE GOING TO BED."
14.33.23



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OQ= GOING TO BED


TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX
103-106 To help prevent deaths and
injuries, the Consumer Product Safety
Commission urges people to have their
heating system and other fuel burning
appliances serviced by a qualified
technician every year.


TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX

Home owners should have fireplace
flues and chimneys inspected before
each heating season for leakage and
blockage by creosote or debris.




TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX

Place space heaters on a level,
hard and nonflammable surface such as a
ceramic tile floor, not on rugs or
carpets or near bedding or drapes.

Also, keep the heater at least
three feet from bedding, drapes,
furniture and other flammable
materials.



TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX

To prevent the risk of fire,
NEVER leave a space heater on when you
go to sleep or place a space heater
close to any sleeping person.

Always turn the space heater off
if you leave the area.



LIVE=BOB FULL AT BAM LIVE FULL



Another measure of protection is
to install Carbon Monoxide alarms and
smoke detectors on each floor of your
home.


BOB TOSS ACROSS BACK TO KIM TOSS ACROSS BACK TO KIM

It's especially important to have
those alarms near bedrooms.

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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Wildfire California firefighters have



completely contained the Esperanza fire
after it charred more than 40- thousand
acres.

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




*CG locator Riverside Co., CA

The blaze also destroyed more than 30
homes in the area.

Investigators have interviewed two
"persons of interest" in their search
for the arsonist who started the deadly
blaze last week.

The two men live a quarter of a mile
from where the fire started.

Four firefighters were killed
battling the fire, and a fifth was
critically injured.

ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)
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INQ=Certainlly, when we have




*CG 2line Ron Bostick
Fire Engineer Ron Bostick/Fire Engineer: Certainly,
when we have fires like these, real
tragedies we all mourn because we are
one brotherhood..

RUNS=6 (END SOT)



OQ=we are one brotherhood






VO-NAT VO-NAT



So far, police haven't made any
arrests, and say they'll be
interviewing a number of people in the
case.

(END VO) (END VO)



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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iraq No letup in the violence in Iraq.



The U- S says two more soldiers have
been killed in the Baghdad area,
raising the total American death toll
for the month to 103.

ENG#=3 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

Insurgents hit the Baghdad
neighborhood for the second day in a
row, killing at least three more
Iraqis.

October is now one of the deadliest
months of the war.


ENG#=4 (SOT FULL)
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INQ=It's not just all




*CG 2line Sgt. Patrick Oglesbee
U. S. Army Sgt. Patrick Oglesbee/U.S. Army: It's
not just all about losing our people.
We're getting a lot these guys out
there too. This month probably 10 times
more than what they've gotten of us.

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=gotten of us.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Officials say even if the Iraqi
security force gets a boost, it may not
be enough.

Any increase in its size will also
mean more American soldiers to train
and advise them.

And that may not sit well with
American voters.

Many say the war will be the number
one issue when they head to the polls.

(END VO) (END VO)



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NFL



In sports, Minnesota hosted New


England last night...



ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Minneapolis, MN
ESPN And the Patriots completely
dominated the home team, 31-to-7.

It was the Vikings first home
game on Monday night football in five
seasons.

Tom Brady completed 29-of-43
passes for 372 yards and tossed four
T-D's.

The Patriots have won six
straight road games, dating back to
last season and are 6-and-1 overall.

They host 7-and-0 Indianapolis on
Sunday.

Now let's check the scoreboards.

(END VO) (END VO)



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0
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28




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Northwood
36


Holston
14



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35


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7




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Tunstall
43


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0


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20


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14




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23


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6


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44


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14




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24


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7


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42


Patrick County
21






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21


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20


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GRAPHIC=Goodyear Goodyear Tire and Rubber company


has announced plans to close a factory
in Texas ... while it tries hiring
temporary workers to keep other plants
open, including the one in Danville.

Striking union workers there
yesterday were less than pleased with
the latest developments.

Steve Smallshaw reports.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ=


*CG locator Danville
:00


*CG 2line Dana Dixon
USW Local 831 Spokesman
:14
*CG standup Steve Smallshaw
ssmallshaw@wdbj7.com
:50

RUNS=1:15 (END SOT)



OQ=News7, Danville. <<
(END SOT)





NATSOT NATSOT TRUCK


RUN02 Trucks continue to roll in and out
of the Danville Goodyear plant, and
Monday morning brought some other
arrivals ... about twenty cars carrying
temporary workers to replace the union
employees on strike.

SOT SOT FULL 8:23:34



IN Q=We had a DANA DIXON/USW LOCAL 831 SPOKESMAN: WE


HAD A CROWD OF ABOUT 300, 350 OUT HERE
THIS MORNING. KIND OF A WELCOMING
COMMITTEE TO THE TEMPORARY WORKERS.
Reporter: What kind of welcome did you
give them? DIXON: THEY GOT A GOOD
WELCOME OF THE CHANTING OF 'SCAB!'.


RUN12 (END SOT)



OUT Q=chanting of scab. Dixon says picketers were orderly


and law-abiding and Danville police say
there were no problems.

But union leaders say the move
shows Goodyear is not ready to bargain
in good faith.

SOT SOT FULL 8:23:08



IN Q=We feel like DANA DIXON: WE FEEL THAT THIS IS A


TACTIC TO BREAK THE UNION. Reporter:
Why so? DIXON: WELL, WE FEEL LIKE BY
BRINGING IN TEMPORARY WORKERS THEY
THINK THAT OUR MEMBERS WILL NOW JUST
START CROSSING THE PICKET LINE AND
COMING IN AND THAT'S NOT TRUE. IF
ANYTHING, THIS HAS MADE US STRONGER.

RUN14 (END SOT)



OUT Q=made us stronger.




STANDUP Standup 8:30:01

IN Q=Now nearly four Now nearly four weeks into their


strike, union leaders say the resolve
of the workers remains strong. Local
restaurants have been providing meals
for the picketers on the line and
officials say community support
continues to pour in.
RUN12 (END STANDUP)

OUT Q=to pour in.






SOT SOT FULL 8:26:58



IN=I think the DIXON: I THINK THE COMMUNITY REALIZES


THAT THE GOODYEAR WORKERS SUPPORTS THE
COMMUNITY AND SPENDS A LOT OF MONEY IN
DANVILLE AND THE BUSINESSES IN THE
COMMUNITY WANT TO KEEP IT THAT WAY.

RUN08 (END SOT)



OUT Q=keep it that way. Striking workers will also be


eligible for union strike benefits
starting next week.

Steve Smallshaw, News7, Danville.
>>
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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=Business News



In business news, Walmart is getting a
jump start on the holiday shopping
season.

Alexis Christoforous explains.





ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Some disappointing earnings


*CG standup Alexis Christoforous
Reporting




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OQ=I'm AC. < (END SOT) SPOOKED WAL-MART INTO UNVEILING HOLIDAY


BARGAINS A BIT EARLY.



(video from WalMart)

INSTEAD OF WAITING FOR BLACK FRIDAY --
THE DAY MOST RETAILERS SAVE FOR THEIR
BEST DEALS -- WAL-MART WILL REPORTEDLY
BEGIN OFFERING HOT PRE-HOLIDAY DEALS AS
EARLY AS NEXT SUNDAY THE RETAILING
GIANT SAID MONDAY THAT OCTOBER WAS ITS
WORST SALES MONTH IN SIX YEARS...



THAT SCARED INVESTORS -- CONCERNED THAT
CONSUMERS WON'T BE PULLING THEIR WEIGHT
AS WE HEAD INTO THE HOLIDAY SEASON...

THEY'LL BE WATCHING CLOSELY AS THE
CONFERENCE BOARD RELEASES THE LATEST
RESULTS OF ITS CONSUMER CONFIDENCE
INDEX.



ON WALL STREET -- STOCKS WERE MIXED AS
INVESTORS SEARCHED FOR DIRECTION AHEAD
OF FRIDAY'S BIG OCTOBER UNEMPLOYMENT
REPORT.



THE DOW CLOSED AT 12086.50 DOWN 3.76.




THE NASDAQ CLOSED AT 2363.77 UP 13.15.



NEED THAT GLASS OF O-J IN THE
MORNING... GET READY TO DIG A LITTLE
DEEPER TO PAY FOR IT. MINUTE MAID IS
RAISING THE PRICE OF ITS ORANGE JUICE
BY ABOUT 10 PERCENT. IT'S THE FOURTH
PRICE INCREASE FOR MINUTE MAID THIS
YEAR -- BECAUSE OF A
SMALLER-THAN-EXPECTED FLORIDA ORANGE
CROP.



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





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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Mornin' Fewer illegal immigrants were


arrested trying

to enter the country last year, and the
head of Homeland Security credits
tighter border defense.

Meanwhile, Arizona authorities have
arrested dozens of people in a
smuggling ring.

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




*CG locator Tucson, AZ

Officials say many of the 44
suspects involved in the family- run

ring are U- S citizens.

They say 11 more people, including at
least five Mexican nationals, remain at
large.

The arrests followed a two- year
investigation into the smuggling ring.


ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)
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INQ=The organization also




*CG 2line John Lewis
F. B. I. Special Agent in Charge John Lewis / FBI Special Agent In
Charge: The organization also recruited
and paid young women who were U.S.
citizens or legal residents to smuggle
the infants of illegal aliens through
the ports of entry while their mothers
and or fathers were smuggled on foot.

RUNS=12 (END SOT)



OQ=smuggled on foot.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



F- B- I officials say the ring
operated for more than 10 years,

smuggling Mexican, Salvadoran and the
Dominican nationals for fees ranging
from 500 and 800 dollars.

(END VO) (END VO)



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM


GRAPHIC=Crime A new report is out, ranking the


safest cities in the United States.

And Roanoke is well down the
list.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The Morgan Quitno rankings name


Brick, New Jersey as the country's
safest city, and St. Louis, as the most
dangerous.

Comparing crime rates for six
basic categories, the report ranked
Roanoke 286th out of 371 cities.

Yesterday, residents of western
Virginia said they were surprised by
the numbers.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
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INQ=Worked downtown




*CG 2line David Paxton

DAVID PAXTON: WORKED DOWNTOWN FOR 20
SOME YEARS. I THINK IT'S A TERRIFICLY
SAFE PLACE.
*CG 2line Kim Washington

KIM WASHINGTON: I SPEND A LOT OF TIME
IN ROANOKE BECAUSE I WORK OVER HERE.,
MY DAUGHTER'S FAMILY IS OVER HERE, SO
YEAH I THINK IT'S SAFE. I MEAN SHE GOES
OUT TO PLAY. I GO OUT I MEAN I DON'T

HAVE PROBLEMS WHEN I'M OVER HERE. I
THINK IT'S SAFE.

RUNS=16 (END SOT)



OQ=I think it's safe.


KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD Richmond is ranked as the


nation's 15th most dangerous city, but
that represents an improvement from
last year, when the capitol city was
fifth on the most dangerous list.



















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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None As Breast Cancer Awareness month


is winding down, Christiansburg High
School students hoped to make one last

powerful statement.....by wearing pink
yesterday.

And as journalism students lead
the way on this campaign...they found a
survivor right down the hall.

New River Valley Reporter Holly
Pietrzak has the story.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
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INQ=FOR THE MONTH OF




*CG locator Christiansburg
:00


*CG 2line Breigh Cupp
Freshman
:20
*CG 2line Makala Witten
Breast Cancer Survivor
:39
*CG standup Holly Pietrzak
hollyp@wdbj7.com
1:22



RUNS=1:40 (END SOT)



OQ=Holly Pietrzak, News 7. << Teachers, students..even the
(END SOT) principal was spotted sporting pink.



And it all started with this
Christiansburg High School journalism

class.

For the month of October they
choose to raise awareness about breast
cancer through their school newspaper.

Writer Breigh Cupp was on the
hunt for a survivor.

She found one in English teacher
Makala Witten.



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=IT BEING TWO YEARS BREIGH CUPP, 9TH GRADE, WRITER



17:52:40 IT BEING TWO YEARS AGO THAT
ALL THIS HAPPENED... AND WANTING TO
COME FORWARD WITH IT... A LOT OF PEOPLE
DIDN'T EVEN KNOW SHE HAD EXPERIENCED
BREAST CANCER:50

RUN:10 (END SOT)



OQ=BREAST CANCER



Cupp's article "Winning the
Ultimate Battle" explained everthing
Witten went through and for many
students put a familiar face with a
serious subject.



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INQ=it opened up MAKALA WITTEN,



17:44:15 IT OPENED UP A DIALOGUE FOR A
LOT OF STUDENTS TO COME AND TALK TO
SOMEBODY WHO KNEW WHAT THEIR

GRANDMOTHER HAD BEEN THROUGH...THEIR
AUNT..THEIR MOTHER AND STUDENTS WHO
JUST HAD CANCER APPEAR IN THEIR
FAMILIES CAME AND TALKED TO ME. :27

RUN:12 (END SOT)



OQ=talked to me



Cupp's article created such a
buzz at CHS that students and faculty
decided to show their support with a
"Think Pink Day."

Nearly to the day of her
diagnosis....Witten was amazed by how
many showed up adorned in pink.



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INQ=I just hope MAKALA WITTEN,



17:47:49 I JUST HOPE MY STORY WILL HELP
SOMEONE ELSE GO OUT AND GET THEIR
MAMMOGRAM. I CALL MYSELF THE MAMMOGRAM
NAZI...I ASK WOMEN WHEN DID YOU GET
YOUR MAMMOGRAM? DID YOU GET A CHECKUP?
BECASUE THAT'S WHAT SAVED MY LIFE WAS
AN EARLY MAMOGRAM.:04

RUN:15 (END SOT)



OQ=an early mamogram



According to the American Cancer
Society, there's a one in eight chance
a woman will have invasive breast
cancer sometime during her life.


It's the second leading cause of
cancer death in women.

A mammogram is recommended every
year after the age of 40.

Holly Pietrzak, News 7.>>


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Jeopardy! The line kept going and going


yesterday....all hoping to become the
next contestant on Jeopardy.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The Brain Bus, complete with the
Clue Crew made its way into downtown
Roanoke.....


Hundreds got the chance to take a
qualifying test of ten questions to
move on to the finals later today.

And afterwards...a little less
stress and a little more fun as people
had the chance to actually play the
game.

Later today on News Seven, we'll
have an update on how the final round
went.

(END VO) (END VO)




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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'...violence increases in Baghdad
for the second day in a row.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And a new Survey USA poll shows


many consider economics one of the most
important issues on election day.

(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

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ANCHOR=Kimberly



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

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GRAPHIC=none




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Currents Leo Hello
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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iraq At one week and counting until


Election Day, President Bush is
stumping in Georgia again today, as
Iraq remains the

campaign's overriding issue.

Meanwhile, two more U- S soldiers
have been killed, raising the total
American death toll for the month to
103.

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




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

Insurgents hit the Baghdad

neighborhood for the second day in a
row, killing at least three more
Iraqis.

October is now one of the deadliest
months of the war.

ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)
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INQ=It's not just all




*CG 2line Sgt. Patrick Oglesbee
U. S. Army Sgt. Patrick Oglesbee/U.S. Army: It's
not just all about losing our people.
We're getting a lot these guys out
there too. This month probably 10 times
more than what they've gotten of us.

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=gotten of us.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Officials say even if the Iraqi
security force gets a boost, it may not
be enough.

Any increase in its size will also
mean more American soldiers to train
and advise them.

And that may not sit well with
American voters.

Many say the war will be the number
one issue when they head to the polls.


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=SURVEY USA While many Americans are


disappointed with the war in Iraq, a
News-7 Survey USA poll shows many
people in Southwest and Central
Virginia will vote with their wallets.

ENG=3 VO NAT


VO NAT We asked 500 adults what will
most influence their votes next week.

33-percent said the economy was
the number one factor, followed closely
by the war in Iraq.

Ethics and Immigration were
farther behind.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=CAMPAIGN 2006 Senate candidate Jim Webb says


he's ready to roll up his sleeves for
the average Joe.


The Democrat recently talked to
Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer Wishon
about war, taxes and change.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



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INQ=We're not going to get...


*CG locator Wakefield
April
:00
*CG 2line Jim Webb

(D) Candidate for US Senate


:14
*CG reporter Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com
2:04

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OQ=JW, NEWS 7. <<
(END SOT)





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INQ=We're not going to 11:58:43 WE'RE NOT GOING TO GET 15-


MILLION DOLLARS IN THIS CAMPAIGN.

RUNS02 (END SOT)



OQ=in this campaign. When Jim Webb announced he was


running for U-S Senate he had little
resources, but put on his son's combat
boots and got to work.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I think we need people 3:15:52 JIM WEBB: I THINK WE NEED



PEOPLE WHO ARE GOING TO PUT THE COUNTRY
FIRST, PARTICULARLY ON FOREIGN POLICY,
BUT ON OTHER ISSUES TOO.

RUNS05 (END SOT)



OQ=on other issues too. The 60- year- old is father to


four adult children and is expecting a
baby.

He's private about his family,
including his son Jimmy, a Marine who
deployed to the Middle East last month.

On foreign policy issues though
he has plenty to say {INSERT IRAQ WAR
VIDEO HERE... COVER FIRST PART OF BITE}
and believes diplomacy is the key to
getting U-S troops out of Iraq.

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INQ=That's the only way you're 2:55:18 JIM WEBB: THAT'S THE ONLY WAY


YOU'RE GOING TO SOLVE THIS IS TO GET
KIND OF AN UMBRELLA FROM THESE OTHER
COUNTRIES TAKING DIPLOMATIC OWNERSHIP
OF A SOLUTION.

RUNS10 (END SOT)



OQ=ownership of a solution. Webb is no stranger to war.



His service in Vietnam earned him
the Navy Cross, two Purple Hearts and
other medals.

After the war, he drifted towards
the Republican party on national
security issues, serving as Secretary

of the Navy under President Ronald
Reagan.

In 2000, he even endorsed Senator
Allen.

Six years later though, Webb
believes it's the Democratic Party
that's Virginia's best bet for the
future.

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INQ=When I was 24- years old 3:07:33 WHEN I WAS 24- YEARS- OLD THE


AVERAGE C-E-O OF A CORPORATION MADE 20-
TIMES WHAT THE AVERAGE WORKER MADE.
TODAY THE AVERAGE C-E-O MAKES 400-
TIMES WHAT THE AVERAGE WORKER MAKES, I
MEAN, THAT'S JUST NOT RIGHT.

RUNS11 (END SOT)



OQ=that's just not right. To even the score, Webb wants to


close federal tax loopholes companies
use to avoid paying taxes.

He'd also like to see pay- as-
you- go spending in Washington.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=They're running this ad that 3:06:33 THEY'RE RUNNING THIS AD THAT


SAYS I'M IN FAVOR OF RAISING TAXES FOR
EVERY VIRGINIAN BY TWO- THOUSAND
DOLLARS, IT'S JUST A BUNCH OF CRAP.
DON'T BELIEVE THE ADS.

RUNS06 (END SOT)



OQ=don't believe the ads. For Virginia voters, Webb



believes the choice is clear this
November.

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INQ=I think my opponent has 3:17:33 I THINK MY OPPONENT HAS SPENT


HIS ENTIRE POLITICAL CAREER AS A
SERVANT OF PEOPLE IN POWER AND I HAVE
SPENT MY ENTIRE PROFESSIONAL CAREER
QUESTIONING PEOPLE IN POWER.

RUNS10 (END SOT)



OQ=people in power. Something he hopes to continue on


Virginia's behalf in Washington.

Jennifer Wishon, News 7.>>

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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Election 2006 Time is running out for voters


who plan to cast absentee ballots.

According to the State Board of
Elections, applications for absentee
ballots have to be in the hands of
local voter registrars by 5 p-m today.

The completed and signed
applications can be delivered in
person, faxed or scanned and sent by
e-mail.

Copies of the application are
available at the registrars' offices or
online at the State Board's Web site.

TAKE FS WEBSITES IN THE NEWS TAKE FS GFX

We have a link on our website.
Just go to WDBJ 7 dot com and click on
Websites in the News.

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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Mornin' Roanoke County Police have released


survelliance photos from that ATM
robbery over the weekend.

As Justin McLeod discovered the
victim did something that investigators
say was heroic but dangerous.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke Co.
:12


*CG 2line Trish Farris
Roanoke Co. Police Department
:23



*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com
1:00

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OQ=JM, News 7. <<((NATS OF ATM AT 44:15))



When you go to an ATM, the last thing
you'd expect is to be held up by
gunpoint.

SOT FULL 20:21 SOT FULL



INQ=Haven't seen TRISH FARRIS/ROANOKE COUNTY POLICE:


HAVEN'T SEEN IN ROANOKE COUNTY IN THE
YEARS I'VE BEEN HERE.

RUN03 (END SOT)



OQ=i've been here But it did happen Saturday night just


after 11 here at the Wachovia drive-up
ATM on Electric Road near Tanglewood
Mall.

That's when police say three suspects
robbed 21 year old Robert Anderson
Crush.

SOT FULL 13:11 SOT FULL



INQ=One of which TRISH FARRIS: ONE WHICH HAD A GUN TO


THE DRIVERS HEAD THE OTHER TOOK A GUN
AND HELD IT TO THE DRIVER'S RIBCAGE AND
FORCED HIM TO MAKE A 200 WITHDRAWL FROM
THE ATM.

RUN10 (END SOT)



OQ=from the ATM You can see in these survelliance


photos exactly what happened.


In one photo, you see a suspect
getting into the passenger side of the
car.

Another two are outside the vehicle.
In this photo, you can see the gun
pointed at the victim's head. Police
asked us not to show his face out of
fear of his safety.

The suspects then took off in an old
model grey mini van which was parked
next door in back of Panera Bread.

SOT FULL 42:00 SOT FULL



INQ=The victim then JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THAT'S WHEN


THE VICTIM DECIDED TO FOLLOW THE
SUSPECT'S VEHICLE TO GET A TAG NUMBER.
THEY ENDED UP HERE AT THE WINDWARD
CONDOMINUM COMPLEX JUST DOWN THE ROAD
WHERE THEY ALL ENDED UP ON A DEAD END
ROAD. THAT'S WHEN ACCORDING TO POLICE
THE SUSPECT GOT OUT AND SHOT AT THE
VICTIM'S WINDSHIELD.

RUN16 (END SOT)



OQ=the victim's windshield





SOT FULL 16:20 SOT FULL



INQ=I believe that TRISH FARRIS: I BELIEVE THAT IT WAS A


VERY DANGEROUS THING FOR HIM TO DO
ESPECIALLY BECAUSE HE KNEW THEY HAD A
GUN AND JUST POINTED IT TO THEIR HEAD.


RUN08 (END SOT)



OQ=to their head





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INQ= JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: POLICE ARE


QUICK TO POINT OUT IF YOU CAN GET THE
LICENSE PLATE NUMBER DO IT, BUT DONT
PUT YOUR LIFE IN DANGER. LUCKILY IN
THIS CASE, CRUSH WAS ABLE TO ESCAPE
WITHOUT INJURY. JUSTIN MclEOD, NEWS 7.

RUNS= (END SOT) >>



OQ=JM, NEWS 7


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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Wildfire Now that the Esperanza fire is


completely contained, arson
investigators can now fully concentrate
on finding out who's responsible for
setting it.

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




*CG locator Riverside Co., CA

The blaze also destroyed more than 30
homes in the area.

Investigators have interviewed two
"persons of interest" in their search

for the arsonist who started the deadly
blaze last week.

The two men live a quarter of a mile
from where the fire started.

Four firefighters were killed
battling the fire, and a fifth was
critically injured.

ENG#=3 (SOT FULL)
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INQ=Certainlly, when we have




*CG 2line Ron Bostick
Fire Engineer Ron Bostick/Fire Engineer: Certainly,
when we have fires like these, real
tragedies we all mourn because we are
one brotherhood..

RUNS=6 (END SOT)



OQ=we are one brotherhood





VO-NAT VO-NAT



So far, police haven't made any
arrests, and say they'll be
interviewing a number of people in the
case.

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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=none



In sports, Friday football carried over
to Monday night.

Grant Kittelson has the highlights of
last night's games.





ENG#=4 SOT FULL



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INQ=Good morning







RUNS=1:53 (END SOT)



OQ=see ya then everybody.



(END SOT) weather intro next




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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)



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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=Business News



In business news, some news for orange
juice drinkers.

Plus Goodyear is handing out pink
slips.

Stan Case reports.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=animation open



*CG standup Stan Case
Reporting
:04


*CG 2linel Florida Department of Citrus
:46

RUNS=1:08 (END SOT)



OQ=I'm Stan Case. <<--REPORTER PKG-AS FOLLOWS--



(END SOT)



-ANIMATION-



-CLOSING BELL-



-TRACK-



THE DOW INDUSTRIALS FINISHED ALMOST
FLAT ON MONDAY.







WHILE INVESTORS WERE CONCERNED ABOUT
WEAKER-THAN-EXPECTED SALES AT RETAIL
GIANT

WAL-MART, THAT WAS OFFSET BY THE
POSITIVE IMPACT OF A BIG DROP IN CRUDE
OIL

PRICES.








THE DOW WRAPPED THE DAY, POINT-OH-THREE
PERCENT DOWN.



THE NASDAQ GAINED MORE THAN HALF A
PERCENT.







-TRACK-



PERSONAL SPENDING INCREASED LAST MONTH,
BUT JUST BARELY.



IT EASED UP ONE-TENTH OF A PERCENT.



THAT'S THE SMALLEST GAIN IN TEN MONTHS.



ON THE OTHER HAND, PERSONAL INCOME
CLIMBED HALF A PERCENT LAST MONTH, THE

LARGEST INCREASE SINCE JUNE.







-TRACK-



GOODYEAR IS CUTTING 11-HUNDRED JOBS..
IN SHUTTING DOWN ONE OF ITS PLANTS..

LOCATED IN EAST TEXAS.




THE CLOSING OF THE TYLER FACILITY IS
SAID TO BE PART OF THE COMPANY'S PLAN
TO

END SOME OF ITS PRIVATE LABEL TIRE
BUSINESS.







-TRACK-



A FRESH SQUEEZED INCREASE..



THE PRICES OF SIMPLY ORANGE AND MINUTE
MAID ORANGE JUICE HAVE GONE UP.



PARENT COMPANY COCA-COLA HAS RAISED
PRICES BETWEEN NINE AND ELEVEN PERCENT.



IT POINTS TO A PROJECTED DECREASE OF
FLORIDA ORANGES AND A RISE IN FUEL AND

ENERGY COSTS.



THIS IS THE FOURTH TIME COCA-COLA HAS
RAISED ORANGE JUICE PRICES THIS YEAR.







-ANIMATION-




-TRACK-



FOR BUSINESS BRIEF, I'M STAN CASE.





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



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ENG#=D1





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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Mornin' The man who assaulted a student


at Woodrow Wilson Middle School last
spring pleaded no contest in court

yesterday... now Terry Dehart will
spend 30 days in jail on the weekends.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke School Surveillance
Video We got to see surveillance video May 1 of the incident in court yesterday.

The tape shows two students
carrying cafeteria trays, exchanging
words with Dehart as he re-enters the
school.

He had just come from the office
where he was told his son no longer
attended Woodrow Wilson.

You can see he approaches Terrell
Wilson and knocks the tray out of his
hands.

Dehart's "ego and temper got the
best of him," his attorney said.

Judge Joe Clarke ordered Dehart
to serve 30-days in jail on weekends,
starting a week from Friday.

He may also have to pay the
teenager's hospital bill.

A hearing on restitution was set
for January.

(END VO) (END VO)


WEB PROMO ON APRISA NEXT WEB PROMO ON APRISA NEXT


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TAKE WEB PAGE FS ON APRISA TAKE APRISA GFX
KIMBERLY on GFX KIMBERLY ON GFX

Log onto WDBJ7.com to see the
entire piece of unedited surveillance
video.
END APRISA PAGE END APRISA GFX
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=LEGAL SCALES "CHARGES DROPPED" Murder charges against a Roanoke


man have been dropped, but the
prosecutor says OTHER charges are
coming.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

25-year-old Jason Donnell
Roberson robber-son was accused of
firing the fatal shot that killed
22-year-old T.J. Thompson.

Police say during the early
morning hours of May 20th - gunfire
broke out at an unlicensed, after-hours
club on Melrose Avenue.


Thompson was killed and
seven-other people were shot, including
Roberson.

Roberson's attorney says he's
relieved, but knows he's not out of the
woods.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=Obviously things are not over...




*CG 2line Chris Kowalczuk
Roberson's Attorney @16:05:29.00

CHRIS KOWALCZUK, ROBERSON'S ATTORNEY:
OBVIOUSLY THINGS ARE NOT OVER. I'VE
EXPLAINED THAT TO MY CLIENT - WE'LL SEE
WHAT CHARGES ARE ULTIMATELY FILED
AGAINST HIM. AND WE'LL TAKE IT FROM
THERE.(39)

RUNS=10 (END SOT)



OQ=.. take it from there.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Roanoke Commonwealth's Attorney
Don Caldwell says we may never know who
killed TJ -but the case is far from
over.

Caldwell says four-people
including Roberson and the victim's
brother, Robert Thompson will be

indicted by the grand jury on November
6th.
END VO (END VO)

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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none A new report ranks the nation's


safest cities, and Roanoke is far down
on the list.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The annual Morgan Quitno study


compares crime rates in six basic
categories.

This year, Roanoke ranked 286th
out of 371 communities.

Yesterday on the city market,
those results were met with surprise.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=I think it's very safe




*CG 2line Jenny Saunders

JENNY SAUNDERS: I THINK IT'S VERY SAFE.
I DO LOCK MY DOORS ANYTIME. I'VE ALWAYS
DONE THAT, BUT I THINK IT'S VERY SAFE.

I'VE NEVER HAD ANY PROBLEMS.

RUNS=09 (END SOT)



OQ=I've never had any problems.





VO-NAT VO NAT



Richmond was the 15th most
dangerous city this year, but that was
an improvement, down from the 5th most
dangerous city last year.
END VO END VO

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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none As Breast Cancer Awareness month


winds down, students at Christiansburg
High School made a powerful
statement....by wearing pink yesterday.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Christiansburg
:00 The school's journalism group
chose to raise awareness about breast
cancer through their school newspaper
in October.


Writer Breigh Cupp found a
survivor on staff.....English teacher
Makala Witten.

Cupp wrote an article called
"Winning the Ultimate Battle"
explaining everything Witten went
through and for many students put a
familiar face with a serious subject.

It created such a buzz everyone
decided to show their support with
"Think Pink Day."

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=I just hope




*CG 2line Makala Witten
Breast Cancer Survivor MAKALA WITTEN,
:00 17:47:49 I JUST HOPE MY STORY WILL HELP
SOMEONE ELSE GO OUT AND GET THEIR
MAMMOGRAM. I CALL MYSELF THE MAMMOGRAM
NAZI...I ASK WOMEN WHEN DID YOU GET
YOUR MAMMOGRAM? DID YOU GET A CHECKUP?
BECAUSE THAT'S WHAT SAVED MY LIFE WAS
AN EARLY MAMMOGRAM.:04

RUNS=:15 (END SOT)



OQ=early mamogram





VO-NAT VO-NAT



According to the American Cancer

Society, there's a one in eight chance
a woman will have invasive breast
cancer sometime during her life.

A mammogram is recommended every
year beginning at the age of 40.

(END VO) (END VO)




Kim tosses to bump toss to bump
BUMP
COMM





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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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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=JEOPARDY! Jeopardy in Roanoke???



ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

It's true...hundreds poured into
downtown yesterday all vying for the
chance to become the next contestant.

The Brain Bus rolled into town
complete with the Clue Crew...

After waiting in line, Jeopardy
hopefuls were ushered into this room to
take the test that would determine
whether they made it to the final round
later today....

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL




INQ=




*CG 2line Jenny Saunders
Jeopardy Hopeful


*CG 2line Kenny Lewis
Jeopardy Hopeful JENNY SAUNDERS 24:48-57
0:10 I WAS ACTUALLY THE FIRST ONE TO PASS TO
THE NEXT ROUND, WHAT WAS YOUR REACTION,
I SCREAMED, I ALMOST FELL OVER IN MY
CHAIR...ARE YOU SO EXCITED? YES, I
WATCHED THE SHOW (??? DONT' KNOW EXACT
OUTCUE, FOLLOW TIMECODE!)

KENNY LEWIS 27:12-16

I LOVE TRIVIA...MY FAMILY TOLD ME TO
COME DOWN HERE OR THEY'D KILL ME
(LAUGHING)

RUNS=0:13 (END SOT)



OQ=they'd kill me





VO-NAT VO-NAT



After completing the test, people
were given the opportunity to play
their favorite quiz show...

Now, we'll have an update on how
the final round goes tonight on News
Seven.

(END VO) (END VO)





Kim tosses to break toss to break
COMM

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HEADLINES STRAIGHT OUT OF BREAK



ANCHOR=Kimberly ANCHOR=Kimberly



GRAPHIC=none <<

*cg 0014 >>







ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Coming up on News 7 Mornin'...police in


Roanoke are still looking for three
suspects who robbed a man at an ATM on
Saturday.




BOB FULL AT BAM BOB FULL AT BAM

It's time to get your home
heating system ready for winter.


I'll have more in the Consumer
Watch 7 Report.

ROLL OPEN
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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ANCHOR=Kim and Leo Desk 2 SHOT Kim and Leo 2-Shot



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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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Robbery Roanoke County Police are still


trying to find the three suspects who
robbed a man at gunpoint over the
weekend.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

It happened Saturday night just after
eleven at the Wachovia drive-up ATM on
Electric Road near Tanglewood Mall.

Police say three suspects forced 21
year old Robert Anderson Crush to
withdraw money by gunpoint.

When the suspects fled, the victim

then followed their vehicle in hopes of
getting a license plate number.

(END VO) (END VO)


KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

SS=HOLD That's when police say the suspects


fired shots, hitting Crush's car twice.

Crush drove off, and so did the
suspects, no one was hurt.
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=FIRE AFTERMATH A fire claimed two lives in


Rockbridge County.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Rockbridge Co.

It broke out in two adjoining
trailers in the Arnolds Valley area.

Firefighters got the call
around 3:45 yesterday morning, but the
Glasgow fire chief says there was
little they could do to save the two
people inside.

They've been identified as
Joseph and Shirley Austin.

Firefighters traced the fire
back to a wood stove.


(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none We may be able to give the

Consumer Watch BAM furnances a bit of a break this winter
as forecasters are calling for
warmer-than-usual temperatures.

But home owners still need to be
vigilant when it comes to checking and
maintaining their heating systems.
KIM TOSS ACROSS TO BOB KIM TOSS ACROSS TO BOB

Bob Grebe has more in the
Consumer Watch 7 report.

LIVE=BOB FULL AT BAM LIVE FULL

CONSUMER WATCH 7 ANIMATION


*CG standup Bob Grebe
bgrebe@wdbj7.com Kimberly, it's all about
protecting your family this winter.

To that end, the Consumer Product
Safety Commission is urging folks to
schedule a professional inspection of
all fuel-burning home-heating systems.

ENG#=3 VO NAT


VO NAT That includes furnaces, boilers,
fireplaces, wood stoves, chimneys,
flues and vents.


Home heating equipment is one of
the most common causes of residential
structure fires, second only to cooking
fires.

They account for about 60 percent
of the nearly 36-thousand estimated
home heating equipment fires each year
from 1999-2003.

Portable heaters, on average, are
the most dangerous.



ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ= PORTABLE




*CG 2line Nancy Nord
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Comm. 14.33.07 "PORTABLE HEATERS INCLUDING
SPACE HEATERS ARE THE NUMBER ONE CAUSE
OF DEATH BY FIRES... TURN YOUR SPACE
HEATER OFF BEFORE GOING TO BED."
14.33.23



RUNS= :16 (SOT FULL)



OQ= GOING TO BED


TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX
103-106 To help prevent deaths and
injuries, the Consumer Product Safety
Commission urges people to have their
heating system and other fuel burning

appliances serviced by a qualified
technician every year.


TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX

Home owners should have fireplace
flues and chimneys inspected before
each heating season for leakage and
blockage by creosote or debris.




TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX

Place space heaters on a level,
hard and nonflammable surface such as a
ceramic tile floor, not on rugs or
carpets or near bedding or drapes.

Also, keep the heater at least
three feet from bedding, drapes,
furniture and other flammable
materials.


TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX

To prevent the risk of fire,
NEVER leave a space heater on when you
go to sleep or place a space heater
close to any sleeping person.

Always turn the space heater off
if you leave the area.



LIVE=BOB FULL AT BAM LIVE FULL



Another measure of protection is

to install Carbon Monoxide alarms and
smoke detectors on each floor of your
home.


BOB TOSS ACROSS BACK TO KIM TOSS ACROSS BACK TO KIM

It's especially important to have
those alarms near bedrooms.

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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Wildfire California firefighters have


completely contained the Esperanza fire
after it charred more than 40- thousand
acres.

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




*CG locator Riverside Co., CA

The blaze also destroyed more than 30
homes in the area.

Investigators have interviewed two
"persons of interest" in their search

for the arsonist who started the deadly
blaze last week.

The two men live a quarter of a mile
from where the fire started.

Four firefighters were killed
battling the fire, and a fifth was
critically injured.

ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)
SOT FULL



INQ=Certainlly, when we have




*CG 2line Ron Bostick
Fire Engineer Ron Bostick/Fire Engineer: Certainly,
when we have fires like these, real
tragedies we all mourn because we are
one brotherhood..

RUNS=6 (END SOT)



OQ=we are one brotherhood





VO-NAT VO-NAT



So far, police haven't made any
arrests, and say they'll be
interviewing a number of people in the
case.

(END VO) (END VO)



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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iraq No letup in the violence in Iraq.



The U- S says two more soldiers have
been killed in the Baghdad area,
raising the total American death toll
for the month to 103.

ENG#=3 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

Insurgents hit the Baghdad
neighborhood for the second day in a
row, killing at least three more
Iraqis.

October is now one of the deadliest
months of the war.

ENG#=4 (SOT FULL)
SOT FULL



INQ=It's not just all




*CG 2line Sgt. Patrick Oglesbee
U. S. Army Sgt. Patrick Oglesbee/U.S. Army: It's
not just all about losing our people.
We're getting a lot these guys out
there too. This month probably 10 times
more than what they've gotten of us.

RUNS=11 (END SOT)




OQ=gotten of us.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Officials say even if the Iraqi
security force gets a boost, it may not
be enough.

Any increase in its size will also
mean more American soldiers to train
and advise them.

And that may not sit well with
American voters.

Many say the war will be the number
one issue when they head to the polls.

(END VO) (END VO)



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NFL



In sports, Minnesota hosted New


England last night...



ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Minneapolis, MN

ESPN And the Patriots completely
dominated the home team, 31-to-7.

It was the Vikings first home
game on Monday night football in five
seasons.

Tom Brady completed 29-of-43
passes for 372 yards and tossed four
T-D's.

The Patriots have won six
straight road games dating back to last
season and are 6-and-1 overall.

They host 7-and-0 Indianapolis on
Sunday.

Now let's check the scoreboards.

(END VO) (END VO)



(GO TO BOARDS) (GO TO BOARDS



RUNS=35 <<

*CG hsfball 4
Alleghany
42


Northside
20




4
George Wythe
38



PH-Glade Spring
19


*CG hsfball


Spotswood
0
4
Rockbridge Co.
28




4
Northwood
36


Holston
14


*CG hsfball 4
Rustburg
35


Appomattox
7




4
Tunstall

43


Dan River
0


*CG hsfball 4
Radford
20


Auburn
14




4
Glenvar
23


Floyd Co.
6


*CG hsfball 4
Gretna
44


Chatham
14




4

Rural Retreat
24


Chilhowie
7


*CG hsfball 4
Martinsville
42


Patrick County
21






E.C. Glass
3
4
Highland Springs
17


*CG hsfball 4 >>
Altavista
21


Nelson Co.
20


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

Leo goes back to desk DESK 2-SHOT---Leo and Kim



DESK 2-SHOT---Leo and Kim



(tease and toss to bumps)


PSA

Lottery-Bump----NOT ON MONDAYS



COMM #-1


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





Leo Weather Pro DESK 2-SHOT---Kim and Leo





Day Planner


Desk 2-SHOT
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Halloween



Philadelphia's Eastern State
Penitentiary was once a state of the
art prison.

But now it's abandoned, crumbling
and some say...haunted.

Reports of mysterious visions at
the prison date back to the 1940's.

Are these ghost tales fact or
fiction?

On this Halloween, Sumi Das goes
inside the penitentiary to explain.







ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=From 1829




*CG 2line Sean Kelley
Program Director

:23


*CG 2line L'Aura Hladik
Paranormal Investigator
:43 QUICK


*CG 2line Gary Johnson
Volunteer Locksmith
:55


*CG standup Sumi Das
Reporting
1:21



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FROM 1829 TO 1971, PHILADELPHIA'S


EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY HOUSED


ROUGHLY SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND INMATES.





DARK AND IMPOSING ON THE OUTSIDE, IT'S


WALLS RISE LIKE A CASTLE. BUT ON THE



INSIDE, IT'S A MODERN RUIN... PAINT


PEELS... ROOFS ARE CAVED IN.





SEAN KELLEY HAS WORKED AT THE PRISON


SINCE IT OPENED FOR PUBLIC TOURS IN


1994.





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:23-:32
You walk into a cell and the furniture

Sean Kelley
is sitting on it's side. There's sort

Program Director
of this disarray of papers on the floor


and you just can't help but feel there


was someone just in that room before


you walked in.






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THE MOST INFAMOUS INMATE... CHICAGO


MOBSTER AL CAPONE. THIS IS HOW HIS CELL


IS THOUGHT TO HAVE LOOKED WHEN HE DID


TIME IN 1929.





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SOME SAY THE PEOPLE IMPRISONED HERE


STILL LINGER.





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:43-:46
I would say there are some actual souls


L'Aura Hladik
trapped here, spirits trapped here.

Paranormal Investigator



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GARY JOHNSON VOLUNTEERS AS A LOCKSMITH


AT THE PENITENTIARY. THE FIRST TIME HE


SAW A GHOST, JOHNSON SAYS, THE BACK OF


HIS HEAD TURNED TO ICE.





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:54-1:07
He said yes, we exist, we always have

Gary Johnson
and we're always going to be here at

Volunteer Locksmith
the prison and then he winked at me and


he faded back into the wall.






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EVEN KELLEY, A SELF-PROFESSED SKEPTIC,


ADMITS IF THERE'S ANY PLACE THAT'D BE


HAUNTED, IT'D BE HERE.





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1:14-1:17
There's that quote from Edgar Allen Poe

Sean Kelley
where he says I don't believe in ghosts

Program Director
but I've been running from them all my


life.


..





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THE LOCKSMITH, GARY JOHNSON IS SO


ACCUSTOMED TO THE GHOSTS HE'S NAMED



THEM MR. SHADOW AND SMILEY.





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Here's a look at today's top stories.

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ENG#1




*CG locator Roanoke

Murder charges against a Roanoke man
have been dropped, but the prosecutor
says OTHER charges are coming.


Jason Donnell Roberson robber-son was
accused of firing the fatal shot that
killed 22- year- old T-J Thompson last
may at an unlicensed after- hours club
on Melrose Avenue.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#2 Meanwhile, Roanoke is far down the


list of the nation's safest cities.

Comparing crime rates for six
basic categories, the report ranked
Roanoke 286th out of 371 cities.

VO-NAT VO-NAT
ENG#3




*CG locator Roanoke School Surveillance
Video The man who assaulted a student at May 1 Woodrow Wilson Middle School last
spring has pleaded no contest.

This is surveillance video of the
incident.

Terry Dehart will spend 30 days in
jail on the weekends.


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GRAPHIC=none Fewer illegal immigrants were



arrested trying

to enter the country last year, and the
head of Homeland Security credits
tighter border defense.

Meanwhile, Arizona authorities have
arrested dozens of people in a
smuggling ring.


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




*CG locator Tucson, AZ

Officials say many of the 44
suspects involved in the family- run

ring are U- S citizens.

They say 11 more people, including at
least five Mexican nationals, remain at
large.

The arrests followed a two- year
investigation into the smuggling ring.

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*CG 2line John Lewis
F. B. I. Special Agent in Charge John Lewis / FBI Special Agent In
Charge: The organization also recruited
and paid young women who were U.S.
citizens or legal residents to smuggle

the infants of illegal aliens through
the ports of entry while their mothers
and or fathers were smuggled on foot.

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OQ=smuggled on foot.





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F- B- I officials say the ring
operated for more than 10 years,

smuggling Mexican, Salvadoran and the
Dominican nationals for fees ranging
from 500 and 800 dollars.

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GRAPHIC=Goodyear Temporary workers have started


crossing the picket line at the
Goodyear plant in Danville ... this as
the company announced yesterday it
plans to close a tire factory in Tyler,
Texas.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Danville

Union leaders say about 300
striking workers greeted the new
employees with cries of "scab!" as they
drove in yesterday morning.

The company placed an ad in the
Danville newspaper over the weekend,
seeking temporary help to keep the
factory running.

Striking workers say they're
disappointed anyone would respond.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL 8:24:27
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INQ=I know that




*CG 2line Dana Dixon
USW Local 831 Spokesman DANA DIXON/USW LOCAL 831 SPOKESMAN: I
KNOW THAT OUR PEOPLE WOULDN'T TRY TO
TAKE SOMEBODY ELSE'S JOB, AND WE WOULD
APPRECIATE IF OTHER PEOPLE WOULDN'T TRY
TO TAKE OUR JOB. WE'VE DONE A LOT OF
THINGS FOR WORKERS IN THIS COMMUNITY,
AND WE HOPE THAT THE WORKERS IN THIS
COMMUNITY WOULD REMEMBER WHAT WE'VE
DONE AND WOULD RESPECT WHAT WE'RE DOING
HERE TODAY.

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OQ=doing here today.






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Steelworkers in Danville and
across North America walked off the job
on October 5th in a dispute over job
and benefits protection.

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GRAPHIC=none



In sports, UVA and Virginia Tech
football players received A-C-C honors.

Grant Kittelson has more.





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OQ=your hometown weather.




Leo in Chromakey Leo in Chromakey


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GRAPHIC=none


*cg 0017

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

Time is running out for voters
who plan to cast absentee ballots.

According to the State Board of
Elections, applications for absentee
ballots have to be in the hands of
local voter registrars by 5 p-m today.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#1 Roanoke County Police are still


trying to find the three suspects who
robbed 21-year-old Robert Anderson
Crush at gunpoint over the weekend. It
happened Saturday night just after
eleven at the Wachovia drive-up ATM on
Electric Road near Tanglewood Mall.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#2 And, the Jeopardy! Brain Bus,


complete with the Clue Crew was in
downtown Roanoke yesterday.

Hundreds got the chance to take a
qualifying test of ten questions to
move on to the finals later today.
We'll have an update on how the final
round went tonight on News 7.

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