News 7 Morning Cut-Ins

01/15/07


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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Clouding up today, with a few
showers-- but temperatures are the main
story with near record highs again.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the Skytracker 7 forecast, coming
up.









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GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident An accident Saturday night on


Interstate- 81 left a woman dead and
her husband hospitalized.
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It happened in Rockbridge County
just past the Lexington and Buena Vista
exit.

State police say a tractor
trailer carrying cars was changing
lanes when it hit a nearby car, causing
it to spin out of control, and slam
into a guard rail.

72 year-old Carolyn Compton, a
passenger was ejected and killed.

The driver, Edward Compton, is at
the U-V-A Medical Center.

The driver of the trailer is in
the Rockbridge County Jail facing a
felony for hit and run.

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GRAPHIC=Accident Two people were sent to the


hospital after a three car crash in
Salem yesterday afternoon.

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*CG locator Salem

Witnesses told authorities the
driver of the mini van plowed into a
car head-on causing it to spin and
strike a third vehicle.

All of this happened at the
intersection of Fourth Street and
Delaware around 1:30.

The drivers in the first two cars
are in the hospital. It's unclear
how serious their injuries are at this
time.

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GRAPHIC=none The Bedford Free Clinic hopes



its new facility will help it meet
growing demands for affordable health
care in Central Virginia.

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*CG locator Bedford

Volunteers have spent the last
seven months renovating the old Elk
City Auto Parts building on Center
Street.

The new clinic will offer
additional exam rooms and a larger
pharmacy.

Doctors will also be able to
conduct lab work on site - something
that isn't available in the current
building.

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*CG 2line Don Craighead
Bedford Free Clinic Executive Director Don Craighead/Executive Director,
Bedford Free Clinic: 2:30:36 We
actually are going to be tripling our
space here with this move and not only
are we enhancing the opportunities for
betterpatient care, but we're also

creating some additional work space for
our volunteers. 2:30:47

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The new clinic building will also
house a community center and space for
local agencies like Habitat for
Humanity.

Officials hope to move over to
the new building by late February.

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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Leave the winter coat at
home-- we'll see highs today climbing
to near 70.


But cooler weather arrives
tomorrow.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has
the full forecast, straight ahead.






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GRAPHIC=None The General Assembly is in


session, lots of folks are flocking to
Richmond to lobby - including students.

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*CG locator Richmond

News 7 popped in on Delegate
William Fralin Thursday to find several
ambassadors from the Roanoke Valley
Governor's School.

The students traveled to the
capitol to encourage local lawmakers to
keep supporting the program.

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*CG 2line Allen Bowman
Roanoke Valley Governor's School 5:35:17 ALLEN BOWMAN: WE'RE JUST
TELLING THEM THE THINGS THAT WE LIKE
ABOUT HOW THERE'S THE SMALL CLASS SIZES
AND THE TEACHERS ARE VERY WELL EDUCATED
AND IT SEEMS LIKE A BETTER LEARNING
ENVIRONMENT THAN JUST OUR NORMAL PUBLIC
HOME SCHOOLS.

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Once the students conducted their
business they had a chance to tour
Capitol Square as well as the
governor's mansion.

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GRAPHIC=none What does diversity mean to me?



That was the question asked to kids
nationwide taking part in the Boys and
Girls Club of America.

One Roanoke girl's answer gained

her national recognition.

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*CG locator Roanoke

Martika Mann wrote a poem on
diversity last year, not knowing it
would be submitted in a national
contest.

The poem, "The Same As Me" was
submitted, and was selected to be
included in the Boys and Girls Club's
publication about diversity called,
"Making One Good World."

The local chapter of the Boys and
Girls Club is honoring Martika
Wednesday at the Main Branch of the
Library downtown.

She will read her poem and
present the library with copies of the
book.

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*CG 2line Martika Mann
Poem Chosen in National Contest Martika Mann08.25 "I have a friend who :00 is white. She is a good friend and that
is tight. Sometimes she acts strange
but has nice game. To all them people

in the world that discriminate against
white and black people, you are lame."
08.42 (:17)

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Martika says it took her two
weeks to come up with the lines to the
poem, and she had help from her friend.

The book, "Making One Good World"
includes poems from children nationwide
aged 6- to- 18.

All of them taking part in the
Boys and Girls Club.
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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.


Clouding up today, with a few
showers-- but temperatures are the main
story with near record highs again.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the Skytracker 7 forecast, coming
up.




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GRAPHIC=NONE Parents can control what their


kids eat at home, but what about when
they go to school?

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Senator John Edwards is proposing
public schools phase out trans fats
from their menus.

It would begin with their
elimination from vegetable oils next
year.



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INQ=Because studies show





*CG 2line Sen. John Edwards

(D) Roanoke SEN. JOHN EDWARDS/(D) ROANOKE: BECAUSE


STUDIES SHOW THAT TRANS FATS IS REALLY
ONE OF THE LEADING CAUSES OF
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND
UNHEALTHINESS ON THE PART OF OUR
CHILDREN

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OQ=part of our children





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Delegate Ward Armstrong has a
bill that would require the
Superintendent of public schools and
state health commissioner to work
together to combat childhood obesity- a
growing problem in Virginia.

Safety in public schools will
also be discussed in the state capitol
this week.

Delegate William Fralin is
proposing school divisions set up a
safety hotline.

Students, parents or school
personnel could call in to report
threats of school violence, suspcious
or criminal conduct.

An education committee is

scheduled to take up that bill later
today.

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GRAPHIC=Business News An area county is looking for


ways to grow.

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*CG locator Craig Co.

Earlier this week, News7 told you
about a new Family Dollar, cafe and
restaurant popping up in Craig County-
well now the county wants to strengthen
some of its existing businesses.

Recently the area's Industrial
Development Authority was given the
former Crown Store Equipment Company of
Virginia off of Kanawha

Can-a-wha Street.

The manufacture has been closed
for years, but County Administrator
Richard Flora says they're thinking

about turning the space into a business
incubator.

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INQ=The type of businesses we're

looking..


*CG 2line Richard Flora
Craig Co. Administrator @14:53:04.00/CRAIG CO. XPANSION TAPE

RICHARD FLORA, CRAIG CO. ADMINISTRATOR:
THE TYPE OF BUSINESSES WE'RE LOOKING
FOR RIGHT NOW ARE THE TYPES OF
BUSINESSES THAT ARE ALREADY IN CRAIG CO
AND MIGHT BE OPERATING IN THEIR
BASEMENT, GARAGE OR WHEREVER
-INADEQUATE SPACE. THEY NEED SOME
SECRETARIAL HELP, COPYING, FAXING,
CENTRAL COMPUTER SYSTEM - WHICH WE
COULD PROVIDE. (24)

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The administrator says the county
will be looking at federal and state
grants to renovate the old building.

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