News-7 Morning Cut-ins

12/06/2006



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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Bob Grebe.



A chilly start to the day that
will warm up to the mid-50's.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has
the full forecast coming up.
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GRAPHIC= SHOOTING Police in Danville are


investigating a shooting.

Shortly after eight last night,
officers responded to the area of West
James Street and Abbott Street.

There, they found a man suffering
from a gunshot wound to his face.

He was taken to Danville Regional
Medical Center.

Officials say they are searching
for a black male wearing dark clothing.
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Anyone with information is urged
to contact Danville Crimestoppers at
434-793-0000.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Franklin County officials made a


grim discovery yesterday at the home of
an animal breeder in the Ferrum area.

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*CG locator Franklin Co.

They found about 50 animals,
including ten dead dogs and a cat.

Some of the animals were penned
in kennels outside.

But animal control officers say
at least some of the dead animals were
INSIDE the living quarters of the
house.

Keith Humphry talked with the vet
right after he'd examined the bodies.

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*CG 2line Dr. Eric Krauss
Veterinarian What makes people hoard carcasses :05 within their living quarters? Do You
know?

IT'S A MYSTERY TO ME. IT'S ALWAYS
ASTOUNDING TO ME WHEN THESE GUYS FROM
PUBLIC SAFETY COMES IN WITH THESE CASES
THAT PEOPLE HAVE DEAD ANIMALS OR
ANIMALS FECES ALL OVER THEIR HOUSE. I
DON'T HOW YOU COULD LIVE LIKE THAT.

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OQ=live like that.






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No charges have been filed yet,
but they could include failure to
provide proper care... and... animal
cruelty.

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GRAPHIC=Safety First Pedestrian safety is a big


problem in Blacksburg and town leaders
are working to do something about it.

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*CG locator Blacksburg

The town teamed up with some
Virginia Tech students to study the
problem and offer some solutions.

The students found too many
pedestrians are being hit on campus and
also in the downtown region..

So they came up with detailed
ideas for an education campaign which
will soon be launched with the slogan

"Yield: it's worth the wait."

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INQ=If you can start




*CG 2line Kim Kirk
Town Spokesman KIM KIRK/TOWN OF BLACKSBURG: IF YOU
CAN START THINKING THAT, SEEING THAT,
IF YOU SEE IT PRINTED AT A BUS STOP OR
SEE PRINTED IT AT AN INTERSECTION IT
MAKES YOU THINK, THAT'S WHY WE SELECTED
THAT CAMPAIGN SLOGAN.

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The town has received a
15-thousand dollar grant to conduct the
education campaign.

It's not clear yet exactly what
that campaign will entail.

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*CG standup Bob Grebe
bgrebe@wdbj7.com


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Bob Grebe.



Today is mostly sunny with
temperatures reaching the 50's.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has
the full forecast coming up.
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GRAPHIC=Appalachian Power A local power provider is taking


its effort to a new a level to ensure
you have service this winter.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

Over the last week you may have
seen this helicopter hovering over the
Roanoke Valley.

Yesterday, the power company was

clearing around power lines near
Carvins Cove.

Saws- attached to a cable hanging
from the helicopter - cut tree limbs
removal crews would have a hardtime
reaching.

It's hoped this will keep limbs
from going into lines during upcoming
stormy wintry weather.

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GRAPHIC=none A valuable resource is returning

Health Check 7 animation to Roanoke Memorial as part of its
million dollar consolidation project.

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*CG locator Roanoke

Nearly two years ago the hospital
shut down its rooftop helipad to add
five new floors.

That meant, the existing pad was
moved more than half a mile down the
road to a separate building.

Anytime a trauma patient was
brought in, it would take an ambulance

roughly five minutes to transport them
to the

E-R.

Extra time the hospital hopes to
cut, now that everything's in one
place.

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INQ=GETTING A PATIENT.....




*CG 2line Kevin Kissner
Flight Nurse 04:36:31 "GETTING A PATIENT INTO THE
TRAUMA CENTER FIVE OR SIX MINUTES
SOONER SO THEY CAN BE IN THE O-R A LOT
FASTER I THINK MAKES A HUGE DIFFERENCE
FOR THE PATIENTS. 04:36:37

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The new helipad has a few new
safety features.

It's slightly bigger and it also
has a built in heating system to melt
the ice on the ground - making for a
safer landing.
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GRAPHIC=NONE The primary health care clinics
EVENT=HEALTHCHECK 7 BANNER at Radford University will close in a


few weeks.

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*CG locator Radford

Some patients have yet to
receive any written notification about
the closing.

But they're more concerned about
the impact this will have on the
community because the clinics primarly
serve the uninsured.

The University says the loss of
federal funding led to the closing.

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GRAPHIC=Radford University Meanwhile, a former Radford


University president will be honored
with a new building.


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*CG locator Radford

The school broke ground yesterday
on the Douglas and Beatrice Covington
Fine and Performing Arts Center.

It's a more than 22-million
dollar project that will house the R-U
Art Museum, a 350-seat recital hall.

The building is named for the
University's fifth president and his
late wife.

The project was paid for by
voters with the 2002 bond referendum.

Construction will start
immediately and the facility is
expected to open in the Fall of 2008.

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*CG standup Bob Grebe
bgrebe@wdbj7.com


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Bob Grebe.



Today is starting out chilly but

will warm up with temperatures reaching
the 50's.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has
the full forecast coming up.
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GRAPHIC=TRAFFIC ALERT BANNER Officials are working an accident


on 581 South in Roanoke this morning.

The right and central lanes are
closed near the Orange Avenue exit.

It happened shortly before eight
o'clock.

Motorists are asked to use
caution and to expect delays.

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GRAPHIC= SHOOTING Police in Danville are


investigating a shooting.

Shortly after eight last night,
officers responded to the area of West
James Street and Abbott Street.

There, they found a man suffering

from a gunshot wound to his face.

He was taken to Danville Regional
Medical Center.

Officials say they are searching
for a black male wearing dark clothing.
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Anyone with information is urged
to contact Danville Crimestoppers at
434-793-0000.

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GRAPHIC=CRIME A routine traffic stop turned


into a drug-find in Wythe County.
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Monday afternoon, a deputy pulled
over 33-year-old Dantee DAHN-TAY Keys
for speeding on Interstate-77.

The deputy reportedly found a
loaded gun in the car and several
different drugs including 22-thousand
dollars worth of Oxycontin.

Investigators say Keys is from

Greensboro, North Carolina and gave
them a fake name.
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GRAPHIC=NONE He's facing numerous charges


including reckless driving and
possesion of four different drugs.

Keys is being held in the N-R-V
jail without bond.

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GRAPHIC=GOODYEAR Striking steelworkers in


Southside will receive a Christmas
bonus from the union.

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*CG locator Danville
File Tape The United Steelworkers Union says
it will give an extra `100-dollars to
those on the picket lines outside
Goodyear plants across North America.

The U-S-W went on strike October
5th ... that includes 22-hundred

Goodyear workers in Danville.

Striking workers get 115 dollars a
week in union-funded strike pay.

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GRAPHIC=none Are payday lenders a friend or


foe to Virginia citizens who need their
services?

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*CG locator Richmond

It's a debate that's sure to be
hot when state lawmakers meet in
Richmond next month.

A 2002 law allows payday lenders
to charge more than 700- percent
interest on short term loans.

Delegate John O'Bannon is leading
the fight to cap payday lenders at 36-
percent, but industry insiders say that
would put them out of business.

Payday lenders say customers only
rack up high interest when they don't
pay their loans back on time.

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