News-7 at Noon

12/06/2006


FORMAT FORMAT: 2 News heads, one weather.
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HEADLINE #1 HEADLINE #1 (:01 of head pad)



CAPTION: Iraq Report

The recommendations from the
bi-partisan Iraq study group are made
public today.
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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: Found Guitar

A woman reunites a man with his missing

prized guitar thanks to a News-7
report.
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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Big Changes

Sunny and warmer today but a big cool
down is not that far away. I'll track
it on Titan.
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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Bob Grebe.



Kimberly McBroom has the day off.

<< *CG standup Bob Grebe
bgrebe@wdbj7.com


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GRAPHIC=Iraq The long awaited recommendations


from the Iraq Study Group have finally
been released.

The bi-partisan report gives a
grim-assessment of the war and

recommends a withdrawal of U-S
combat-troops over the next year.

The report also calls for intense
talks with Iran and Syria.

Aleen Sirgany reports.

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INQ= the bottom line




*CG locator Washington, D.C.
*CG 2line James Baker
Iraq Study Group Co-Chairman


*CG standup Aleen Sirgany
Reporting



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OQ= News 7 < (END SOT) GROUP: THERE'S NO EASY SOLUTION TO



THE PROBLEM IN IRAQ... BUT SOMETHING
MUST BE DONE.



(SOT - JAMES BAKER/IRAQ STUDY GROUP


CO-CHAIRMAN)

TBD



THE BI-PARTISAN COMMISSION RELEASED ITS
FINAL REPORT TODAY CALLED "THE

WAY FORWARD". IT PAINTS A GRIM PICTURE

OF THE SITUATION ON THE GROUND.

HERE'S SOME OF WHAT THE GROUP
SUGGESTED:



(GRAPHICS IN)

- GRADUALLY SHIFT THE MISSION OF U-S
TROOPS IN IRAQ FROM COMBAT - TO

TRAINING... WITH THE GOAL OF PULLING
BACK U-S TROOPS BY EARLY 2008.

- BEGIN A MORE INTENSE DIPLOMATIC PUSH
TO GET IRAQ'S NEIGHBORS INVOLVED

IN ENDING THE VIOLENCE. THAT WOULD
INCLUDE REACHING OUT TO IRAN AND

SYRIA.

(GRAPHICS OUT)



(STANDUP BRIDGE: Aleen Sirgany / CBS
NEWS / THE WHITE HOUSE) - "THAT'S

IN STARK CONTRAST TO WHAT THE PRESIDENT
HAS LAID OUT. HE HAS SAID TIME

AND TIME AGAIN -- HE WILL NOT SET A
TIMETABLE FOR WITHDRAWING U-S

TROOPS. AND HE HAS FLAT OUT REJECTED
CALLS FOR TALKS WITH IRAN AND SYRIA"



BUT -- MISTER BUSH SAYS HE'LL READ THE
RECOMMENDATIONS CAREFULLY.



( SOT: President Bush) - "this report



will give us all an opportunity to

find common ground for the good of the
country -- not for the good of

the Republican Party or the Democrat
Party but for the good of the

country."



GROUP MEMBERS ALSO DELIVERED THEIR
RECOMMENDATIONS TO LAWMAKERS TODAY...

WHO CHARTERED THE IRAQ STUDY GROUP
8-MONTHS AGO.



THIS REPORT IS JUST ONE OF SEVERAL
STUDIES ON IRAQ THAT PRESIDENT BUSH

WILL REVIEW.. BUT IN THE END THE
COMMANDER IN CHIEF WILL MAKE THE FINAL

DECISIONS. ALEEN SIRGANY, News 7.

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GRAPHIC=Accident An accident that closed some


lanes on Interstate 81 has now been
cleared, but traffic backups persist.
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The wreck happened on the
southbound side at mile marker 120
near Christiansburg in Montgomery

County.

Both southbound lanes were
shut-down for a time while a medivac
helicopter landed on the roadway.

The highway is now open, but
traffic is backed up all the way to
Dixie Caverns in Roanoke County. That
will take some time to clear up.

There's no word yet on what
caused the accident or the extent of
injuries.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD The day got off to a rough


start for a Roanoke business.

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*CG locator Roanoke

A car crashed through the doors
of the Dollar Tree on Ferncliff Avenue
just after nine this morning.

No one was hurt in the mishap.


Employees say they hope to stay
open while the damage is repaired.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Authorities in Fairfax County


have closed a section of a highway near
Interstate 495 to investigate a
suspicious item.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator McLean

Police say the object is a
foot-long P-V-C pipe on the road.

Hazardous materials crews are on
the scene.

The intersection and ramp from
route 123 onto the beltway have been
closed since 9:30.

The area is usually congested and
the closure is causing some serious
problems.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Franklin County Animal Control


says there were at least 20-dogs inside
the home they searched yesterday near
Ferrum.

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*CG locator Franklin Co.

There have been complaints in the past
about the Felter residence on Haw Patch
Road.

But this is the first time the
information was specific enough to get
a search warrant.

The warrant was filed this morning,
indicating it was based on conditions
inside the house.

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INQ=The smell




*CG 2line Marvin Woods
Animal Control Officer THE SMELL. THERE'S JUST NO WAY YOU CAN
GET BEYOND IT. THERE'S ANIMAL FECES
PLUS THE FLESH DECOMPOSING IN THE
ANIMALS, BLOOD DRAINING ACROSS THE
FLOOR.

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OQ=across the floor





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Among the dogs inside was one with a
broken leg and two litters of puppies.

Outside, the search affidavit says
three Great Danes were walking in their
own feces.

While there's no limit on the number of
animals someone may have in Franklin
County, charges are pending.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Rescuers are still holding out


hope that a father who's been missing
in the snowy Oregon wilderness since
Saturday, will be found alive.

Tracie Strahan tells us they're
now concentrating on a very specific
area.



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INQ= the discovery




*CG locator Merlin, OR
*CG 2line Brian Anderson
Josephine Co., CO Under Sheriff


*CG 2line Bob Harrison
Searcher


*CG standup Tracie Strahan
Reporting

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OQ= News 7 << THE DISCOVERY OF NEW CLUES IN THE
(END SOT) SEARCH FOR JAMES KIM GIVES AUTHORITIES



HOPE THAT A RESCUE COULD still BE
possible.. and this morning fresh

teams are heading out.

sot Brian Anderson/Josephine County


Undersheriff

"WE ARE SO CLOSE "



Searchers combing Oregon�s rugged
coast FOUND A PAIR OF GRAY PANTS

TUESDAY. KIM�S WIFE, KATI, SAYS HE WORE
them OVER HIS JEANS THE DAY HE

LEFT HIS SNOWBOUND FAMILY BEHIND TO
SEEK HELP.



BRIAN ANDERSON/JOSEPHINE COUNTY

UNDERSHERIFF

"It gives us an indication we're in the
right area, we're searching the

right area to find him."



POLICE SAY THE PANTS MAY BE KIM�S WAY
OF TRYING TO LEAVE A TRAIL�BUT

EXPERTS SAY IT COULD SIGNAL THE MISSING
MAN IS SUFFERING FROM

HYPOTERMIA�A CONDITION THAT CAUSES
VICTIMS TO BECOME DISORIENTED and

have a false sense of warmth.



NATS



JAMES KIM, HIS WIFE, AND THEIR 2 YOUNG
DAUGHTERS WERE DRIVING BACK

FROM A THANKSGIVING TRIP TO PORTLAND
WHEN THEY GOT STUCK ON A REMOTE

SNOWY ROAD FOR MORE THAN A WEEK. KATI
AND THE GIRLS WERE RESCUED MONDAY

AFTER THE CAR THAT SERVED AS THEIR ONLY
SHELTER WAS SPOTTED DURING A

HELICOPTER SEARCH.



NOW TEAMS ARE TACKLING ICE PACKED
TRAILS AND ROCKEY RIVER VALLEYS AS

THEY HUNT FOR JAMES... MISSING SINCE
SATURDAY.




Sot: Bob Harrison/Searcher

"It was very rough going, very slow.
We didn�t go near as far as we

hoped we could."



SEARCH CREWS HAVE SPENT AS MUCH AS 18
TO 20 HOURS A SHIFT CANVASSING

CREVICES OF RUGGED TERRAIN�DESPITE
FREEZING COLD AND DANGEROUS

conditions, THEY SAY THEY WON�T STOP
UNTIL THEY FIND HIM. TS, News 7

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GRAPHIC=NONE A local organization is reaching


out to non-profits of Western Virginia.

This morning the Council of
Community Services announced a new
program...the Nonprofit Resource
Center.

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INQ=Our attempt...




*CG 2line Pam Kestner-Chappelear

Council of Community Services President 3:01"OUR ATTEMPT IS TO DEVELOP A
CLEARING HOUSE A PLACE FOR NON PROFITS
TO TURN WHENEVER THEY NEED TECHNICAL
ASSISTANCE INFORMATION RESOURCES WE
WANT TO BASICALLY TO BE ONE STOP SHOP
FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS IN THE
ROANOKE REGION."3:15



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OQ=...Roanoke region."





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*CG locator Roanoke

The resource center will provide
education and offer workshops and
seminars.

The first workshop held today was
called, "Lobbying for Non-profits."

There are currently more than 500
non-profits in both the Roanoke and New
River Valleys.

The groups are said to generate
millions of dollars for the area's
economy and create jobs.

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Things have warmed up a bit after
a chilly start this morning.

Meterologist Leo Hirbrunner is
out on the Skytracker 7 weather deck
with a first look at our current
conditions.
LEO in WX DECK LEO IN WX DECK


TITAN FULL RADAR


WXPRO/FULL PRECISIONCAST

STORY


LEO TOSS TO KIM LEO TOSS TO KIM








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GRAPHIC=NONE The mystery of a missing guitar



has been solved, and the vintage
instrument is now back with its owner.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Jimmy Meador (MED-er) was
reunited with his 19-52 Martin guitar
this morning, when he met Debbie Mohler
(MOE-ler) in the parking lot of
Happy's Flea Market.

Meador (MED-er) has played the
instrument for more than 50 years, but
left it behind as he was leaving a jam
session on Saturday.

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SOT FULLINQ=When we walked in




*CG 2line Debbie Mohler
:00 DEBBIE MOHLER: WHEN WE WALKED IN WE
SEEN IT SETTING IN THE PARKING LOT
DIDN'T THINK THAT IT BELONGED TO
ANYBODY, AND WHEN WE CAME BACK OUT IT
WAS STILL SETTING THERE, SO WE PICKED
IT UP , AND WE WAS GOING TO TURN IT
IN, BUT WE DIDN'T KNOW EXACTLY WHO IT
BELONGED TO SO THAT'S WHY WE WAITED
UNTIL WE SEEN THE PERSON ON TELEVISION,
READ SOMETHING ABOUT IT SO WE COULD GET

IT BACK TO THE RIGHT PERSON.
*CG 2line Jimmy Meador
:17 QUICK JIMMY MEADOR: THEY REALLY HAVE SHOWED
THEIR HEART, WHAT THEY'RE REALLY MADE
OF.

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OQ=what they're really made of.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



A resident of Natural Bridge
Station, Mohler saw our story about the
missing instrument last night on News
7.

Meador (MED-er) says the return
of his prized guitar is "a real
blessing."

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Don't forget, for more local news,
weather and sports anytime check out
our website WDBJ7-dot-com.






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HARD MUSIC UNDER A growing billion dollar industry
is going to the dogs..

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*CG tease CONSUMER REPORT

Coming up- we'll show you how
some pet owners are making sure "man's
best friend" is getting the best care
possible, even when they're too busy to
provide it.
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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=EXPLOSION A massive explosion this morning


rocked an industrial area near downtown
Milwaukee.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Milwaukee, WI

A huge plume of thick, black
smoke could be seen for miles.

The Milwaukee Fire Department
says about 30 people have been injured.

The blaze is at a warehouse owned
by the Falk Corporation.

The blast was so powerful it
knocked out power to a local television
station.

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GRAPHIC=NONE A California woman was bitten by


a bat while decorating her Christmas
tree.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Nipomo, CA

Sheila Kearns had a tree
delivered to her home on Sunday.

While decorating it, she thought
she was pricked by pine needles.

But it turns out she had been
bitten by a bat that was roosting in
her tree.

And she has the puncture wounds
to prove it.

The Health Department says the
bat was tested and it does not carry
the rabies virus.

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GRAPHIC=NONE The dog-eat-dog competition for


pet-care-dollars is growing.

The latest trend has urban dog
owners paying someone else to give
their four-legged friend the exercise
it needs.

Alexis Christoforous has more.

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INQ= You could say




*CG locator New York, NY


*CG 2line Kelcey Folbaum
Ruff Runners Client
:


*CG 2line Justinia Holiat
Ruff Runners Founder
:


*CG 2line Dr. Jennifer Lander
ASPCA Veterinarian
:


*CG reporter Alexis Christoforous
CBS News
*CG 2line Michelle Rivet
Dog Owner
:



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OQ=AC, CBS News, NY < (END SOT) HANDS FULL. A TODDLER, ANOTHER BABY ON


THE WAY AND MARTINI... THEIR 3 YEAR-OLD
LAB MIX.



SOT-Kelcey Folbaum, Ruff Runners



Client: She was a very hyper, energetic
dog. very loving, but very hyper."



SOT-Folbaum: "We realized that we were


either going to have to find her a new
home, or find a way to get the exercise
that she needed."



THAT'S WHERE JUSTINIA HOLIAT COMES
IN...



NAT SOT-Justinia Holiat, Ruff Runners


Founder: "Hi Martini. Ready for your
run?"



SHE'S THE FOUNDER OF RUFF RUNNERS -
WHERE 30 DOLLARS WILL GET YOUR PUP 30
MINUTES OF EXERCISE WITH A COMPETITIVE
RUNNER.



SOT-Holiat: "A lot of dogs in the city


have so much energy being cooped up in
tiny apartments all day long."



NAT SOT-Dr. Jennifer Lander,


Veterinarian, ASPA: "Good boy..."



AND THAT, DR. JENNIFER LANDER SAYS,
COULD BE HAZARDOUS TO THEIR HEALTH...


SOT-Lander: "25 to 40 percent of


American dogs are overweight or obese."





(STANDUP/Alexis Christoforous -- NYC)

AS AMERICAN PETS GET FATTER RIGHT
ALONGSIDE THEIR HUMAN OWNERS, PAYING TO
GET YOUR POOCH SOME EXERCISE MAY BE THE
NEXT BIG THING IN PET CARE.



AMERICANS SPENT OVER 18 BILLION DOLLARS
ON THEIR PETS LAST YEAR ON EVERYTHING
FROM CANINE SPAS TO PET SHRINKS...



MARTINI'S WORKOUT COSTS THE FOLBAUMS
ABOUT 500 DOLLARS A MONTH.



SOT-Folbaum: "I do feel a little


funny... like she has a personal
trainer, and neither me or my husband
do.



DOG OWNERS WORRY CITY LIVING IS MAKING
THEIR PETS STIR-CRAZY AND UNHEALTHY.



SOT-Michelle Rivet, Dog Owner: Yes...


He doesn't know how to run. He won't
run. (BUTTED TO) So he needs some kind
of walking plan.




AND THE EXPERTS AGREE.



SOT-Dr. Lander: Dogs that get enough


exercise are much better dogs. A tired
dog is a good dog.



AND THAT MEANS A HAPPY DOG OWNER.



ALEXIS CHRISTOFOROUS, CBS NEWS, NY.>>
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SOFT MUSIC UNDER Watch where you step......

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*CG tease PEDESTRIAN SAFETY

When we return, what's being done

to keep Blacksburg pedestrians safe.


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GRAPHIC=SAFETY FIRST If you've ever visited


Blacksburg, whether on game day or just
to walk around downtown, you know it
isn't always easy to cross the street.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Blacksburg
File Tape In fact, in the last two years,
30-pedestrians have been hit by cars
within town limits.

That includes ten on Virginia
Tech's Campus.

In response, town leaders and the

university are joining forces in hopes
of bringing that number down.

News 7's Justin McLeod tells us
what's being done now and what's
planned for the future.

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INQ=


*CG locator Blacksburg
:00




*CG 2line Kim Kirk
Town Spokesman
:52


*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com
1:36



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OQ=jm, news 7 <<((NAT SOUND OF CARS FLYING BY))



Here in Blacksburg there are just as
many vehicles as there are pedestrians
and that can be a problem especially

when you're trying to cross the street.

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1:05:58 CHRISTINE ONIDI/VIRGINIA TECH
INQ=Nobody ever SOPHOMORE: NOBODY EVER STOPS YOU GET


HIT SOMETIMES, IT'S SCARY.

SARAH RASER: THEY'LL JUST PASS YOU BY
THEY DON'T CARE YOUR PEDESTRIANS, THEY
DON'T CARE ABOUT THE LAWS.

CHRISTINE ONIDI: YOU KINDA JUST HAVE
TO SPRINT WHEN THERE IS AN OPENING IN
THE ROAD.

SARAH RASER: I'M AGGRESSIVE ABOUT IT.
I MAKE THEM STOP FOR ME.

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OQ=STOP FOR ME The town and the university have also


been aggressive.

Crews have extended the crosswalk in
front of the Burger King near campus
and have put up more signs warning
drivers to watch for pedestrians.

At Virginia Tech, several crosswalks
were repainted with brighter colors.

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INQ=I think SAM WOZNIAK: I THINK IT'S A LITTLE


EASIER TO CROSS.

JUSTIN MORRISON: YOU CAN SEE THEM AT
NIGHT PRETTY EASILY, IT'S PRETTY PLAIN
WHERE YOU ARE SUPPOSE TO CROSS.

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OQ=suppose to cross But problems still exists, especially


here on College Avenue.

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INQ=Of recent KIM KIRK: OF RECENT THAT LITTLE AREA


OF DOWNTOWN HAS GOTTEN THE ATTENTION OF
THE COMMUNITY BECAUSE THERE WAS A
SERIOUS ACCIDENT DOWN THERE.

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OQ=down there So the town asked some Virginia Tech


students to come up with a campaign to
educate drivers and pedestrians.

Some of the recommendations include
holding a 5 K run to promote pedestrian
safety to passing out brochures at
tailgating parties.

Freshmen at Virginia Tech may also be
targeted.

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INQ=We get the thousands KIM KIRK: WE GET THE THOUSANDS OF


FRESHMEN STUDENTS COMING TO US FROM
OTHER AREAS AND WE HAVE A CAPTURED
AUDIENCE SO ONE OF THE SUGGESTION WAS
TO IN CORPORATE A PORTION OF THE
CAMPAIGN FRESHMEN ORIENTATION OR
PARENTS WEEKEND, OTHER EVENTS OF THAT
NATURE.

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OQ=of that nature






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INQ= JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: NONE OF THESE


RECOMMENDATIONS ARE SET IN STONE. A
COMMITTTEE WILL SPEND THE NEXT FEW
MONTHS DECIDING WHICH ONES TO
IMPLEMENT. IN THE MEANTIME, THE TOWN
AS RECEIVED A 15-THOUSAND DOLLARS GRANT
TO MAKE THE EDUCATION CAMPAIGN A
REALITY. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.

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OQ=JM, NEWS 7 .


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GRAPHIC=NONE A massive brawl at a European


basketball game left six people injured
in Belgrade.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Belgrade, Serbia

According to police, the clash
erupted yesterday between fans of
rivaling teams.

At least one person sustained
serious injuries.

A small fist-fight turned into an
all-out brawl of over 100-people that

included flare-explosives and plastic
chairs being thrown.

Two police officers were among
the injured.

The start of the game was delayed
for 30 minutes because of the brawl.

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VO-NAT




*CG tease "BIG BRUCE"

Former Hokies standout, "Big
Bruce" Smith is honored for his college
football accomplishments.


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GRAPHIC=BRUCE Last night in New York, Bruce


Smith was inducted into the College
Football Hall of Fame.

Most people just take for granted
that Bruce was a shoe-in for the hall.

But he will tell you that back in
the early 80s when he first arrived at
Tech - he was anything but a lean mean
fighting machine.

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INQ=BITES


*CG 2line Bruce Smith
46 Career Sacks at Virginia Tech
:00
*CG 2line Emmitt Smith
Former University of Florida Tailback
:37

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OQ=...SOMETHING VERY SPECIAL."


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GRAPHIC=NCAA FOOTBALL Bobby Bowden was also inducted


into the College Football Hall of Fame.

GRAPHIC=FLORIDA STATE The legendary Florida State coach


is truly a living legend.

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INQ=I GUESS THE....


*CG 2line Bobby Bowden
365 Career Coaching Wins
:00

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OQ=...to coach 54 years."


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GRAPHIC=CHICK FIL-A Unless you're willing to get out


the credit card and get on ebay, it may
be too late to get tickets for the
Chick Fil A bowl.

Officials at the bowl in Atlanta
announced yesterday that this year's
game between Virginia Tech and Georiga
is now a complete sell-out.

Both the Hokies and Bulldogs
asked for 18-thousand five-hundred
tickets a piece, and each school sold
that allottment in one day.

More than 75 thousand fans are

expected to be on hand in the Georgia
Dome.

And there is a good chance it
could be a record-crowd, breaking the
previous mark of just over 75 thousand
set in 2003 when Clemson played
Tennessee.
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GRAPHIC=ORANGE BOWL Though it will be more difficult


to sell out the Orange Bowl with Wake
Forest and Louisville, Wake Forest
certainly demands respect.

The Demons Deacons are 11 and 2
and representing the ACC as champions
for the first time since 1978.

Something that's a surprise, even
to their head coach.

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INQ=THERE'S AN HONOR....


*CG 2line Jim Grobe
Wake Forest Head Coach
:00

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OQ=...bit of a stretch."


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