News 7 Cut Ins 1/ 17/07




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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Plenty of sunshine today,
with colder temperatures only reaching
the upper 30s for highs.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the Skytracker 7 forecast, after
the news.
TAKE SCHOOLTOUCH TAKE SCHOOLTOUCH


Right now, let's check out some
school announcements.

Pocahontas and Tazewell county
schools are both running two hours late
today.
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GRAPHIC=SLAVERY Lawmakers are still deliberating


whether or not the state should issue
an apology for slavery.

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*CG locator Richmond

On Monday, Delegate Frank
Hargrove told a Charlottesville
newspaper reporter that Virginia's
black citizens need to get over it.

He says no one living today had
anything to do with slavery, or the
violence against Native Americans.

Yesterday the chairman of the
Black Legislative Caucus said he's
appalled.

The caucus is supporting the bill
to help those affected by slavery heal.

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INQ=I want to apolozie to the mothers




*CG 2line Del. Dwight Jones

(D) Richmond


:00


*CG 2line Del. Frank Hargrove

(D) Glen Allen 1:25:32 DEL. DWIGHT JONES: I WANT TO

:19 APOLOGIZE TO THE MOTHERS AND FATHERS OF
THE CIVIL RIGHTS GENERATION WHO WERE
HOSED AND BITTEN BY DOGS AND THEIR
CHILDREN WERE KILLED IN CHURCHES AS
THEY BURNED BECAUSE OF THE HATRED THAT
WAS PUT UPON THEM. I WANT TO APOLOGIZE
TO THEM.

BUTT BUTT BUTT

1:34:47 DEL. FRANK HARGROVE/(D) GLEN
ALLEN: THE INDIANS WERE MISTREATED, WE
BROKE TREATIES, WE MISUSED THEM WE
KILLED THEM, WE BROUGHT DISEASES IN
HERE THAT THEY COULDN'T HANDLE AND IT
WAS DECIMATING. BUT ON THE OTHER HAND
I DON'T THINK I HAD ANYTHING TO DO WITH
MISTREATING THE INDIANS.

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OQ=anything to do with mistreating the

indians.




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Hargrove serves on the Rules
Committee that the slavery resolution
is being sent to.

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GRAPHIC=MLK Martin Luther King Jr's son says


his father's dream is still not
reality...

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*CG locator Salem

The second oldest child of Martin
Luther King Jr. spoke to more than two
thousand people last night on the
campus of Roanoke College.

His speech titled "My Father's
Dream, My Mission" focused on social
responsibility and ending poverty in
today's society.

Before the speech, King told us
he believes our country's priorities

are out of whack.

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*CG 2line Martin Luther King, III
Roanoke College Guest Speaker MARTIN LUTHER KING III: CURRENTLY
WE'RE FOCUSED IN ONE AREA AND THAT IS
GOING AFTER WHAT WE PERCEIVE IS
TERRORISM AND THAT'S ACTUALLY CAUSING
US TO DROWN IN MEDIOCRITY BECAUSE OUR
NATION CAN'T BE THE BEST IT CAN BE AS
LONG AS WE LONG AS WE ARE ENGAGED IN A
WAR WE CANNOT WIN.

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King said in his speech that we
still haven't fulfilled his father's
dream.

He says that his father
ultimately believed in non-violence,
something he feels America is not
practicing today while at war.

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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Expect plenty of sunshine and
breezy conditions today.

And it's feeling a lot more
like winter.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the Skytracker 7 forecast, in just
a few minutes.
TAKE SCHOOLTOUCH TAKE SCHOOLTOUCH

Right now, let's check out some
school announcements.

Pocahontas and Tazewell county
schools are both running two hours late
today.




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GRAPHIC=None A councilman in Rocky Mount


says the cat population is out of
control....

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*CG locator Rocky Mount
:07 Jerry Greer says over the last
month he's taken more than a dozen
phone calls from people complaining
about strays.

He says they're worried un-kept
cats could be carrying rabies and
eventually pass it on to humans.

That's why Greer has proposed an
ordinance that would require all cat
owners to purchase a license, so the
county can easily identify cats who've
had their shots and those who haven't.

.
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*CG 2line Jerry Greer
Rocky Mount Councilman 00:16:58 "ALL I THINK WE NEED TO
DO IS HAVE VACCINATION AND PUT UH
SOMETHING ON THE CATS TO IDENTIFY THEM

THAT THEY'VE BEEN VACCINATED." 00:17:07

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The final decision on whether to
pass the ordinance lies with the
Franklin County Board of Supervisors
since the county oversees animal
control.

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GRAPHIC=None Winter has made a comeback,


but that's bad news for some early
bloomers.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

A number of plants have already
sprouted their flowering buds.

The hard-freezing temperatures
threaten to damage or kill off parts of
plants, sections of twigs and in
extreme conditions, whole limbs.


California has already seen the
effects of three nights of freezing
temperatures.

It's been reported that up to
three-quarters of the state's
billion-dollar citrus crop has been
destroyed.

Here in the Commonwealth, orchard
growers could have their crops
compromised as well.



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*CG 2line Barbara Leach
Virginia Cooperative Extension 04.05 "AS I'VE WALKED AROUND AND LOOKED Horticultural Associate AT SOME OF THE PLANTS IN THE VALLEY...
AND IT MAY AFFECT THE CROP." 04.27

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Leach does not recommend covering
up plants except in the case of
sensative ornamentals.

Even then, owners are advised to
use a breatheable material.
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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Mostly sunny, breezy and
chilly today with temperatures not
making it out of the 30s.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the Skytracker 7 forecast in just a
few minutes.
TAKE SCHOOLTOUCH TAKE SCHOOLTOUCH

Right now, let's check out some
school announcements.

Pocahontas and Tazewell county
schools are both running two hours late
today.


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GRAPHIC=ROANOKE CITY The Roanoke Redevelopment and Housing


Authority is hoping federal officials
will reconsider their sanctions against
the agency.

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*CG locator Roanoke

The Housing Authority has
responded to a federal review that
found serious violations, and directed
the agency to reimburse almost two
million dollars.

Local officials say they
recognize the seriousness of the
problems, but hope the U-S Department
of Housing and Urban Development will
agree to a smaller reimbursement.

Executive Director Ellis Henry is
hopeful that federal officials will
consider the request, in part because
the housing authority reported the
violations itself, and asked for HUD's
help in correcting the problems.

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GRAPHIC=None Virginia lawmakers are trying to


make it difficult for couples to get a
divorce...

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*CG locator Richmond

Divorce reform is on the Family
Foundation's agenda that some local
folks were in Richmond today to help
push.

Virginia law allows no- fault
divorces....that means a marriage can
be dissolved without either party
showing fault.

Delegate Bob Marshall wants to
change that by denying couples with
young children a no- fault divorce if
either spouse objects.

Another bill would allow couples
to sign a pre or post- nuptial
agreement to make it more difficult to
get out of the marriage.

Supporters believe limiting
divorce will help children.

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*CG 2line Del. Bob Marshall

(R) Manassas 2:32:27 DEL. BOB MARSHALL: THERE'S


MISERY, THERE'S A PERMANENT MARK ON
THOSE CHILDREN AND STUDIES HAVE SHOWN
THAT CHILDREN OF DIVORCE, EVEN LATER IN
LIFE HAVE THIS CROSS THAT THEY'RE
CARRYING THAT STAYS WITH THEM, IT DOES
NOT LEAVE.

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Marshall also sponsored the
marriage amendment voters approved in
November.

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GRAPHIC=None Students at Virginia Tech


may see more police on campus this
semester....


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*CG locator Blacksburg
:00 Tech Police have NOT added any
new officers, but they have opened a
new satellite office in the War
Memorial Gym along the Drill Field.

It opened several months ago.

Chief Wendell Flinchum calls it
an effort to create a better
relationship between students and
police.

The War Memorial Police office
will be open 8-5 Monday thru Friday.

And officers will be there
throughout the evenings and weekends
filing reports.

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