10/31/06

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?

Striking Goodyear employees aren't
rolling out the welcome mat for those
crossing the picket lines.
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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: More Clouds

Clouds move in today with a few showers
possible tomorrow. I'll have your

Halloween forecast coming up.


20 Frames of Black 20 frames of Black



HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: OPENING DOORS

And how many people actually open their
doors to trick or treaters? We have the
numbers.
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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



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


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GRAPHIC=Crime, Generic Two people took the law into


their own hands and stopped a suspected
car thief in Vinton.

It happened yesterday evening outside a
Vinton business.
TAKE MAP FULL APRISA


Police say a woman jumped into a
truck at Second and Walnut, and took
off.

The truck's owner and another
person followed in other cars and
called police.

They eventually boxed the truck in,
but the suspected thief jumped into one
of her pursuer's cars.

The truck's owner then jumped
into the open passenger door, and got
the woman to stop until police showed
up.
TAKE ROBERTSON FS NEXT APRISA

Officers arrested and charged
Shamonique Robertson with motor vehicle
theft, hit and run, and license
violations.

We'll hear from one of the men
who police say stopped the theft on
News Seven at Six.
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KIM ON CAM KIM ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Governor Tim Kaine has decided on


three doctors to examine the mental
capacity of convicted killer Percy
Walton.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Danville
File Tape Walton was scheduled to die in
June for the 19- 96 killing of three
people in Danville.

About an hour before the
execution, Governor Kaine delayed the
sentence until December eighth, to
allow Walton's mental capacity to be
evaluated.

Walton's attorneys argue he
suffers from schizophrenia.

(END VO) (END VO)


KIM ON CAM KIM ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The same doctors who examined him


in 2002 will perform the new
evaluations.

They were picked by Walton's
attorney, the prosecutor and a judge.
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GRAPHIC=Goodyear Temporary workers crossing the


picket lines at the Goodyear plant in
Danville got another noisy reception
this morning ...

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG locator Danville

Goodyear is advertising for
replacement workers to keep production
going while the United Steelworkers
union is on strike.

About twenty cars carrying the new
employees pulled into the gates this
morning .

Each was greeted by about a hundred
picketers yelling and gesturing.

Some of the strikers were warned
by police not to get too close to the
incoming cars, or force them to slow
down as they enter and leave.

About 15-thousand workers at 16
Goodyear plants across North America
have been on strike since October 5th.

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GRAPHIC=Halloween In case you somehow haven't remembered,


today is Halloween.

So there's a pretty good chance
children will be ringing your doorbell
in about six hours.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.
October 2005 And in case you wondered how many
people actually open their doors, our
News-7/Survey USA poll has the answer.
+END SUPER BEFORE HERE+ Of the 500 adults polled last night,
68% said they answer the door for
trick-or-treaters.

Thirty-one percent said they do not
participate.

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KIM ON CAM KIM ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Hold Of the non- participants, half will


leave home while the other half will
stay home, but turn off their front
lights.
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There's a lot more polling information
on the web, including how much people

spend on Halloween candy.

Find the details on wdbj7-dot-com.
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STORY


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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iraq A wedding celebration turned tragic


today in Baghdad, when a suicide bomber
struck.

It comes as Iraq's prime minister
left many shocked, when he dismantled
checkpoints in Sadr City.

Aleen Sirgany reports.

ENG#=4 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=The chaos in Iraq




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq




*CG 2line Tony Snow
White House Press Secretary


*CG 2line Julie Mitchell
Fort Hood


*CG standup Aleen Sirgany
Reporting



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OQ=Sirgany, News 7. <<



(END SOT)






THE CHAOS IN IRAQ HAS SURGED TO NEW
HEIGHTS.



Nats

locator:Baghdad



IN BAGHDAD, A SUICIDE BOMBER TARGETED
A SHIITE WEDDING CELEBRATION..

KILLING at least 11 PEOPLE INCLUDING 4
CHILDREN OUTSIDE THE BRIDE'S

HOME.



NORTH OF THE CAPITAL.. MORE THAN 40
PEOPLE ARE MISSING AFTER BEING

AMBUSHED BY KIDNAPPERS .



EVEN AS THE KILLINGS CONTINUE... THE
IRAQI GOVERNMENT TOOK A DRAMATIC

STEP TO REBUFF AMERICAN SECURITY
EFFORTS.



ON ORDERS FROM PRIME MINISTER NOURI
AL-MALIKI, U.S. TROOPS ARE

ABANDONING CHECKPOINTS AROUND THE
SHIITE STRONGHOLD OF SADR CITY... THE

MOVE IS AN APPARENT EFFORT BY THE
PRIME MINISTER TO ASSERT HIS

AUTHORITY OVER THE U.S. ADMINISTRATION

AND TO APPEAL TO HIS SHIITE BASE.



(sot Tony Snow/White house Press


Secretary)

"he says he wants the ability to
respond more swiftly and more precisely

to things as they come up."



WITH SECURITY EFFORTS FALLING MORE ON
IRAQI TROOPS NOW, THE PROBLEM

PERSISTS THAT ALL TOO MANY ARE
DEDICATED TO SERVING THEIR INDIVIDUAL

MILITIAS, RATHER THAN A UNITED EFFORT
FOR PEACE.



natsot





As the chaos mounts in the wartorn
country , so does the death toll

for American troops. The number of U.S.
Forces to die in Iraq in October

is now over 100... keeping families
back home in a state of constant

fear.



SOT - Julie Mitchell/Fort Hood "This


wears on you as a human being.

These men are not machines..."




(standup close)

and military families may have to wait
longer for their loved ones to

return. now that the us comander in
iraq is expected to recommend

increasing iraqi security forces by
100-thousand.. that could mean more

us military personnel would be needed
to train them.

aleen sirgany, News 7.

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GRAPHIC=North Korea A surprise diplomatic breakthrough


with North Korea today concerning its
nuclear program.

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




*CG locator Washington, DC

U- S officials say North Korea WILL
return to disarmament talks-- which
could resume as early as next month.

Speaking at the White House today,
President Bush thanked China for its
help in bringing North Korea back to
the six- party talks.


ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL I've always felt like it is important
INQ=I've always felt like for the United States to be at the


table with other partners when it comes
time to addressing this important
issue. And so I thank, not only the
Chinese, but the South Koreans, the
Japanese and the Russians for agreeing
to come back to the table with North
Korea.

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OQ=table with North Korea.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Bush also added that the agreement
won't halt U- S efforts to enforce a U-
N resolution that was passed in
response to North Korea's atomic test
three weeks ago.


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GRAPHIC=Electioin 2006 New voting machines, new procedures



and new I-D requirements--

Those are just some of the potential
polling problems stacking up before
next Tuesday's mid- term elections.

Susan Roberts has details.

ENG#=3 (SOT FULL)



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INQ=I am just going


*CG locator Montgomery Co., MD




*CG 2line Theresa Morgan
Chief Polling Judge


*CG 2line Jean Morrow
Montgomery Co., MD Voter


*CG 2line Tom Perez
Montgomery Co. City Council


*CG standup Susan Roberts
Reporting



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OQ=Roberts, News 7. <<



(END SOT)



"i am just going to look up your record
here, just take a moment."




IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY MARYLAND, THE RACE
IS ON TO MAKE SURE THAT ON

NOVEMBER 7TH VOTERS WILL COME TO THE
POLLS WITH RENEWED CONFIDENCE THAT

THE PROCESS WILL BE EASY AND
LEGITIMATE.

THERESA MORGAN IS A CHIEF POLLING
JUDGE.



(SOT-THERESA MORGAN/CHIEF POLLING


JUDGE)

"so we are doing our best to make sure
everything is 100 percent

accurate-110 percent at this point."



AND RIGHTLY SO AFTER THE PRIMARY
DEBACLE HERE.



(SOT-JEAN MORROW/MONTGOMERY COUNTY


MARYLAND VOTER)

"i showed up at 7, had to wait until 8
to vote b/c machines not set up.

i hope my vote counted not real sure."



(SOT-TOM PEREZ/MONTGOMERY COUNTY CITY


COUNCIL

"I heard from constituents who
literally voted on the back of grocery

lists because they ran out of

provisional ballots."



POLLSTERS SAY ..NEWNESS ..IS REALLY THE
BIGGEST THREAT THIS ELECTION.

THERE ARE NEW VOTING MACHINES IN SOME
STATES ALONG WITH LARGER VOTING

CENTERS. DOZENS OF STATES HAVE NEW
VOTER REGISTRATION AND IDENTIFICATION

REQUIREMENTS.



(STAND UP /SUSAN ROBERTS/CBS NEWS )

with an estimated 66 million people
expected to vote next week using

touch-screen systems .. a lot can go
wrong.

besides possible machine malfunction..
or fraud by workers or voters

themselves.. the biggest potential
problem.... human error.



(....nats sound of class....)

THE NEW TECHNOLOGY CAN BE JUST AS
OVERWHELMING FOR THE POLL WORKER AS IT

IS THE VOTER..



Nats

IN MARYLAND, POLL JUDGES ARE ENGROSSED
IN REFRESHER COURSES..AND WILL BE

UP UNTIL THE POLLS OPEN.


MORGAN WILL BE OVERSEEING ALL THE
JUDGES AT HER PRECINCT WHILE ALSO

TENDING TO VOTERS CONCERNS.



Sot Theresa Morgan/Chief Polling Judge

"we want them to have faith that we can
get this right. And we will."



AND WITH THE BALANCE OF POWER IN
WASHINGTON RIDING ON THIS ELECTION,

THOUSANDS OF POLITICIANS AND LAWYERS
ARE ALSO COUNTING ON AN ACCURATE..

FAIR VOTE.

SUSAN ROBERTS, News 7.

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GRAPHIC=None NASA has announced a new shuttle


mission-- one to repair the Hubble
Space Telescope one more time.

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




*CG file File Tape

The space agency says the shuttle
mission will probably take place in
early 2008.


The mission should keep the Hubble
working until 2013.

NASA Administrator Michael Griffin
is reversing the decision of his
predecessor, who'd rejected the
mission.

In the past, Hubble has captured
spectacular images of the universe.

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HARD MUSIC UNDER He was dead in his dorm room for up to
a week. Still ahead, students wonder
how it could happen.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease ATM HOLDUP

And a routine trip to a Roanoke County
A-T-M becomes anything but routine.

It ends with a chase and shots through
the windshield.
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GRAPHIC=Crime, Generic A college student in New Orleans was


found dead inside a dorm.

Police estimate he'd been there for
five to seven DAYS.

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




*CG locator New Orleans, LA

The student was found last night in a
dorm at the Lakefront Campus of the
University of New Orleans.

University officials discovered the
body after students reported a foul
odor coming from the room.

ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)
SOT FULL




INQ=It's pretty disturbing




*CG 2line Leoule Goshu
University of New Orleans Student LEOULE GOSHU/UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS
STUDENT: IT'S PRETTY YOU KNOW PRETTY
DISTURBING YOU KNOW THE FACT THAT UM
THAT A STUDENT IS DEAD FOR FOUR DAYS I
MEAN THAT, THAT ROTTING IN A ROOM I
MEAN I DON'T KNOW WHAT COULD, WHAT THAT
SAYS ABOUT THE STATE OF THIS, STATE OF
THIS DORM, STATE OF THIS CAMPUS.

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OQ=state of this campus.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Authorites are not yet releasing his
name, and say that an autopsy is
planned.

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GRAPHIC=Crime A man who pleaded no contest to


assaulting a student inside a Roanoke
school will spend 30 days in jail - on

weekends.

Surveillance video shows Terry Dehart
going after the student in Woodrow
Wilson Middle School last Spring.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke School Surveillance
Video The video of the incident was May 1 played yesterday in court.

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

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

Dehart 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.

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

A hearing on restitution was is
January 9th.

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GRAPHIC=Mornin' Roanoke County Police have released


survelliance photos from that ATM
robbery over the weekend.

But that's just where the story begins.

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

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



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.

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OQ=JM, NEWS 7


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SOFT MUSIC UNDER Two words with a mission: think pink.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease THINKING PINK

That's how it started in a
Christiansburg classroom, but still
ahead, students soon learned

a lot about cancer without leaving the
building.
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GRAPHIC=None As Breast Cancer Awareness month


winds down, Christiansburg High School
students hoped to make one last
powerful statement.....by wearing pink
yesterday.

And as journalism students led
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
SOT FULL



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



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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.



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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


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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

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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

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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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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER The Minnesota Vikings didn't have


the best of luck in their first home
Monday Night football game in five
years.

We'll have more on that coming up.

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VO-NAT




*CG tease Koala Control

Plus we'll take a look at a
wildlife sanctuary in Australia that's
welcoming some special new friends.
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GRAPHIC=NFL A big N-F-L showdown is set for this


Sunday, after New England blasted the
Vikings in Minnesota.



ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Minneapolis, MN
ESPN 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 now host 7-and-0
Indianapolis on Sunday.

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GRAPHIC=None Australia's proudly showing off three


test tube babies.

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




*CG locator Queensland, Australia

Baby Koalas, that is.

Three of the eight babies made their
public debut yesterday at a local
wildlife sanctuary.

They're between 10 and 12 months old.

The koalas were conceived using new
breeding technology.

It involves mixing sperm with a

special solution that prolongs its
shelf- life.


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INQ=It's another step




*CG 2line Steve Johnston
Reproductive Biologist Steve Johnston/Reproductive Biologist
at University of Queensland: It's
another step forward in terms that it
certainly helps in terms of providing
an insurance policy perhaps.

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OQ=police, perhaps.





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Some 25 koalas have now been
produced by artificial insemination,
with a success rate approaching that of
natural mating.

The koala's NOT classified as an
endangered species, but is listed as
vulnerable to extinction in parts of
Australia.

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