News-7 at Noon

02/12/07

FORMAT FORMAT: 2 News heads, one weather.
Producer decides order



HEADLINE #1 HEADLINE #1 (:01 of head pad)



CAPTION: Winter Weather

Another round of wintry weather heads
our way. I'll track it on Titan.


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: Identified

Authorities announce the identity of

the victim of a Roanoke murder.


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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Car Bombings

Dozens are killed today, as a
violent anniversary is marked in
Baghdad.


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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



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


*CG 305 >>
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GRAPHIC=HOLD The victim of this year's first


murder in Roanoke City has been
identified by police.

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VO-NAT





*CG locator Roanoke
File Tape Authorities say the homicide
victim was 32-year-old Hildebrando
Sanches-Diaz.

Diaz was stabbed and pronounced
dead at the scene.

The incident happened on February
3rd around 11:30 p-m.

His body was found inside a
residence in the 26 hundred block of
Durham Street.

28-year-old Wilmer Hernandez-
Ulloa Ew-yo-a has been charged with his
murder.

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GRAPHIC= LEGAL SCALES Trial started this morning in


the case of the last of three suspects
in last year's double murder at the
Tinker Creek Manor Apartments in
Roanoke.

ENG#= 2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke


When James Andrew Morrell was
picked up in Florida, he allegedly had
something on his shoes that the crime
lab linked to the DNA of one of the
murder victims.

Otherwise, Morrell's attorney
says there's nothing to connect him to
the crime.
*CG file Last Year Deborah Vaughn and Brenda Wright
were beaten and stabbed to death on the
night of February Ninth, 2006.

Two men have already pleaded
no contest to the murders, and may
testify against Morrell.

The trial is expected to take
two days.

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GRAPHIC= SEVERE WEATHER In western New York, people are


digging out after nine straight days of
unrelenting snow.

The village of Redfield is now said
to be under more than 12 feet of snow.
A National Weather Service official is
heading there today to verify that
total, and to see if sets a new record.


Kelly Wallace has the latest.

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*CG locator Oswego, NY
:01
*CG locator Parish, NY
:46
*CG 2line Bill Fitzgerald
Parish, NY Resident
:58


*CG standup Kelly Wallace
Reporting
anytime



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GRAPHIC= NONE That was Kelly Wallace reporting


from Oswego, New York.
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GRAPHIC= IRAQ Even by Iraqi standards, it's been


an especially deadly day in Baghdad.

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




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

Bombings there have left at least 80
people dead.


71 people were killed when car bombs
ripped apart a crowded marketplace,
which then triggered secondary
explosions.

The attacks come on the first
anniversary of a bombing of the holy
Shiite shrine in Samarra.

Aleen Sirgany has more.
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INQ=The scenes of bloodshed


*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq
:01


*CG standup Aleen Sirgany
Reporting
:27
*CG 2linel Video From:
U.S. Military
:42

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THE SCENES OF BLOODSHED IN BAGHDAD MARK

A GRIM ANNIVERSARY.



(NATSOT - aftermath)





(CHYRON: February 22, 2006 / SAMARRA,
IRAQ)

ONE YEAR AGO ON THE MUSLIM LUNAR
CALENDAR -- MILITANTS BOMBED THE

SHI'ITE GOLDEN DOME MOSQUE IN SAMARRA..

(CHYRON OUT)



TOUCHING OFF WAVE AFTER WAVE OF
SECTARIAN ATTACKS... AND TURNING
BAGHDAD

INTO A BATTLEGROUND.



(NATSOT - aftermath)





TODAY'S ATTACKS KILLED AT LEAST 80.
MOST DIED WHEN A PAIR OF CAR BOMBS

EXPLODED NEAR A MARKET IN BAGHDAD. A
SECOND ATTACK NEARBY KILLED AT

LEAST 9.



(STANDUP BRIDGE: Aleen Sirgany / CBS
NEWS / THE WHITE HOUSE) - "WITH

INSURGENTS BEHIND MUCH OF THE
VIOLENCE.. THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION IS

TRYING TO BACK UP ITS CLAIM THAT IRAN

IS PROVIDING WEAPONS TO THE SHIITE

MILITIAS AND HELPING MILITANTS TARGET
AMERICAN FORCES."



SENIOR MILITARY OFFICIALS BRIEFED
REPORTERS IN IRAQ SUNDAY -- ON THE

CONDITION THAT THEIR NAMES NOT BE USED.




super: VIDEO FROM: US Military)

THEY SAID, THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE
DEADLY ROADSIDE BOMBS USED AGAINST

U-S FORCES ... HAS BEEN TRACED TO IRAN.

(end of handout)



BUT -- A SPOKESMAN FOR IRAN'S FOREIGN
MINISTRY REJECTED THAT CLAIM.



(NATSOT - arabic)





ARGUING, THE U-S HAS A LONG HISTORY OF
FABRICATING EVIDENCE... AND SUCH

CHARGES ARE UNACCEPTABLE. IRAN'S
PRESIDENT SAYS, HIS COUNTRY IS OPPOSED

TO THE BLOODSHED IN IRAQ... AND HE
THINKS THE PROBLEMS THERE SHOULD BE

SOLVED WITH DIALOGUE... NOT MILITARY
FORCE.




(NATSOT - siren)





BUT, ON THE STREETS OF BAGHDAD -- MANY
ARE WONDERING WHEN THAT DIALOGUE

WILL START... WITH MORE U-S FORCES
DEPLOYED IN THE CAPITAL -- AND NO

SIGN OF A LET-UP IN THE DAILY
BLOODSHED. ALEEN SIRGANY, News 7.

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GRAPHIC= GATES, ROBERT Defense Secretary Robert Gates is


visiting Pakistan for the first time
since becoming Pentagon chief.

ENG#= 2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Islamabad, Pakistan

Gates says he'll work with Pakistan's
President Pervez Musharraf (pur-VEHZ'
moo-SHAH'-ruhv) to fight the Taliban
in Afghanistan.

He also says he hopes to play a
constructive role in improving
relations between Musharraf and the
Afghan government.

Gates echoed earlier remarks by

American officials that the U- S
allowed terrorism to grow by neglecting
Afghanistan.

He vows the U- S "won't make that
mistake again."

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HARD MUSIC UNDER Many of you might have noticed a
higher electric bill recently.

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*CG tease HIGHER BILLS

We'll take a look at what's
causing the increased rates, when
News-7 returns.


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GRAPHIC=none The Virginia Supreme Court


building is shut down at this hour.

A letter containing a
suspicious powder was opened by an
employee on the 6th floor.

That employee was the only
person exposed and the ventilation
system was shut down.

Haz-mat crews and special
response units from Virginia Capitol
Police and State Police are on the
scene.

They're doing on-site
testing of the substance and will then
do more thorough testing at a lab.

We'll have more on this
story tonight on News-7.
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GRAPHIC=Va Legislature Some of the bills we've reported


on that are moving through the General
Assembly are now closer to becoming
law.
STATE CAPITOL ANIMATION STATE CAPITOL ANIMATION

Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon takes a look at the week- ahead
in today's State Capitol Report.

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*CG locator Richmond
Friday
:00


*CG locator Smith Mountain Lake
File Tape
:13


*CG locator Nelson Co.
Last Month
:34


*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com
1:21



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OQ=nats of gavel The 2007 General Assembly session


is past the half way mark.

Last week bills that have passed
out of the House of Delegates and
Senate were swapped to be considered in
the opposite houses.

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OQ= Boaters would be required to take


a boating safety course under a bill
sponsored by Delegate Kathy Byron.

Those who don't would face a 100-
dollar fine.

The requirement would take effect
in July of 2016.

The measure easily passed in the
House.

A Senate committee is scheduled
to hear the bill today.

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OQ=nats of boat zooming by The same committee will hear


another one of Byron's bills dealing
with biosolids - that sludge made from
human waste used to fertilize Virginia
fields.

The delegate wants to put the
Department of Environmental Quality in
charge of regulating the practice.

Meanwhile two local senators will
present biosolid bills to a House
committee.

Senators Steve Newman and Charles
Hawkins are both carrying bills dealing
with how the sludge is stored.

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OQ=Ben howling Virginians convicted of animal


cruelty could soon face stiffer
punishments.

If a person is convicted of the
crime twice in five years or less and
one of the incidents results in the
death of an animal - Delegate Dave Albo
thinks they should face one to five
years in jail.

The bill passed out of the House
unanimously and is now before a Senate

committee.

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INQ= JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM:


METHADONE CLINICS COULD CLOSE THEIR
DOORS ON SUNDAYS UNDER A BILL SPONSORED
BY ROANOKE DELEGATE ONZLEE WARE. THAT
BILL PASSED OUT OF THE HOUSE
UNANIMOUSLY AND IS MOVING THROUGH THE
SENATE. THAT'S A LOOK AT SOME OF THE
BILLS BEING CONSIDERED THIS WEEK. FOR
NEWS 7 IN RICHMOND, I'M JENNIFER
WISHON.

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You can take a look at all of our
General Assembly stories by going to
our webpage, WDBJ7-dot-com.






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GRAPHIC=Electric Rates It's something that's catching


many area residents by surprise...

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT All Appalachian Power customers


are seeing an average 25 to 38 percent
rate hike.

The more electricity you use, the
higher your rate.

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INQ=We've been holding




*CG 2line John Shepelwich
Appalachian Power Spokesman JOHN SHEPELWICH: WE'VE BEEN HOLDING OUR
PRICES DOWN AND IT'S JUST BEEN TOO LONG

OF A TIME TO KEEP THOSE PRICES DOWN
WITHOUT HURTING THE RELIABILITY OF
SERVICE.

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OQ=reliability of service





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Appalachian power says that rising
expenses on their end have forced them
to pass some of those costs on to
customers.

The company says it couldn't
GRADUALLY increase the rates, because
this was their first opportunity since
2000 to ask for an increase.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD Virginia law allows Appalachian


Power to increase your rates even
though they have not yet been approved.

If the increase is eventually
denied, customers will receive a refund
with interest.
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SOFT MUSIC UNDER Coming up, we'll take a look at
last night's Grammy Awards.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease TREE CLIMBER

Plus, an unlikely creature finds
itself in a tough situation.
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GRAPHIC=NONE You could say the 49th Grammy Awards


marked the year of the comeback--

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




*CG 2linel CBS-NARAS

So, it seemed appropriate that The
Police kicked off the show with a
reunion performance.

Basking in much of the night's
spotlight was Mary J- Blige, who went
home with three Grammys, including
Best R and B Album.

She says her life has turned around.

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INQ=It's a personal




*CG 2line Mary J. Blige
Grammy Winner Mary J. Blige/Grammy Winner: It's a QUICK!! personal breakthrough for Mary J. Blige
, and that's what this album
represents.

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OQ=album represents.





VO-NAT VO-NAT




But perhaps the night's biggest
comeback was the Dixie Chicks-- four
years after they were criticized for
comments about President Bush.

The group won Song of the Year for
"Not Ready to Make Nice," as well as
Album of the Year.

Other multiple winners included the
Red Hot Chili Peppers, country singer
Carrie Underwood and rap artist T.I.

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GRAPHIC=none It's almost cliche for a cat to get


stuck in a tree-- but what about a
bear?

That's what happened yesterday in
New Jersey.

The bear's rescue capped a tense
day for officials and residents who
watched the drama unfold high above the
streets.

Kerri Lyon has the story.

ENG#=3 (SOT FULL)




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INQ=The neighborhood kids


*CG locator Maplewood, NJ
:01


*CG 2line Bob Lynch
Resident
:12
*CG 2line Lorraine Grossman
Witness
:28
*CG standup Kerri Lyon
Reporting
1:03
*CG 2line Fred Profeta
Maplewood Mayor
1:10
*CG 2line Kelcey Burguess
NJ Fish and Wildlife Department
1:28

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OQ=Lyon, CBS 2 News. <<



(END SOT) The neighborhood kids nicknamed him


Licorice... and for five hours
Maplewood residents watched as a 200
pound black bear was stuck in a tree in
Bob Lynch's backyard.



((Bob Lynch/Bear in his Backyard))

We've seen deer in the backyard, but
we've never seen a bear back there.



Wildlife officials think the bear had
wandered away from South Mountain
Reservation... walked about 2 or 3
miles into Maplewood... and ended up on
Salter street about 7:30 this
morning... just as Lorraine Grossman
was making coffee.



((Lorraine Grossman/Saw Bear)) I turned
around and glanced out the bay window
in my daughters kitchen and face to
face with a big bear. looking in at me.
needless to say it startled the heck
out of me and i let out a scream.



That's when the bear climbed up the
tree. Local authorities set up a net...
went up in a cherry picker... and shot
the bear with a tranquilizer gun.

15 minutes later...



((nat)) 15:00:31 oooooohhhh, yayyyyy



...he fell from the tree... into the
net... and survived.




((Residents-no chyron)) It was amazing,
he fell right from the tree, landed
pretty hard.

I'm glad he made the net. If he had
missed the net I would have felt pretty
bad



((Kerri Lyon/Maplewood)) While this is
still a novelty for residents, officals
here and in other new jersey towns say
bears are a growing concern.



((Fred Profeta/Maplewood Mayor)) I
expect this is going to happen more and
more. We're putting a lot of pressure
on our wildlife in this state and
they're moving around, trying to find
food



Police had actually been following the
bear since yesterday when he was
spotted near the train station.

While bears do hibernate in the
winter...



((Kelcey Burguess/NJ Fish and
Wildlife)) they'll go for a little walk
and then go bck to the den. This one
probably b/c the police were keeping an

eye on it kept moving, kept getting
pushed and couldn't get back to where
it wanted to den up again.



The bear, which was tagged and tatooed,
will be taken to a state wildlife
facility... where maybe next time he'll
think twice about coming out of
hibernation.

In Maplewood, KL, cbs2 news>>
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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER Its a place to remember the
greats from right here in our area.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease FAME LIVING FOREVER

Coming up we'll take a look at
the new home of Salem's baseball hall
of fame.
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GRAPHIC= NONE Philadelphia Eagles officials say


head coach Andy Reid will take a
temporary leave of absence through the
middle of March to deal with family
issues.

Eagles president Joe Banner will
hold a news conference at 1:30 this

afternoon to discuss Reid's leave.
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GRAPHIC=HALL OF FAME The 16th annual Salem-Roanoke


Baseball hall of fame induction
ceremony took place last night at the
Salem Civic Center.

Mike Stevens has more on this
year's class of inductees, the hall's
new digs and this year's guest speaker.

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Hall of Fame President
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Hall of Fame Inductee
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*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
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*CG 2line Frank Howard
382 Career Homers
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OQ=News 7 Sports." << The Salem Civic Center once again
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banquet, but soon fans will have a
chance to actually check out some of
the hall of fame material year round.
The local hall's new facility located
next to Salem Memorial Stadium hopes to
open this spring by the first of May.

POSEY OYLER

This year's class of four
inductees includes Ken Macha - most
recently the Manager of the Oakland

A's. Macha was a catcher with the old
Salem Pirates and played on the 1972
championship team.

KEN MACHA

This year's other three inductees
have been valuable resources in their
respective communities. Charlie
Hammersley took care of Salem's parks
and rec department for 30 years, Wally
Beagle has run the Commonwealth Games
baseball competition for a decade and
Elbert Powell has given over 40 years
of his life to the betterment of
baseball in Franklin County.

BITES

This year's guest of honor was
former Washington Senator all-star
Frank Howard.

Hondo - hit over 400 homers and
drove in over 11 hundred runs in his
big league career.

FRANK HOWARD.

At the 16th annual Hot Stove
banquet - I'm Mike Stevens>>
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GRAPHIC=Daytona Last year, Jimmie Johnson's crew



chief Chad Knaus was suspended for the
Daytona 500 after a rules infraction
during qualifying.

Several more folks could be
following in his footsteps after the
qualifying times of Kasey Kahne and
Matt Kenseth were disallowed yesterday,
because of illegal areo- dynamic
enhancements.

Nascar's Jim Hunter say the
violations are as serious as the 48
team's a year ago.

Both will start in the rear for
the 2nd Gatorade duel on Thursday, and
Michael Waltrip could join them after
his car was impounded by Nascar.

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Fox Sports No such trouble for Jeff Gordon, :00 who went out early in the round and
held down the 2nd spot for awhile, but
settled for 7th fastest.

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. laid the
hammer down, but could only record the
23rd best time.

David Gilliland was the man to
beat, pushing the limit at 186.32 miles

an hour to grab the pole position.

His Yates teammate Ricky Rudd,
after a year off, nearly knocked him
off the top spot.

But instead he'lll race right beside
him next Sunday.

The rest of the field will be set in
Thursday's qualifiers.

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OQ=pleasure to be a part of it."



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GRAPHIC=None A handful of couples was heating


things up this Valentine's weekend -

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in the kitchen, that is.

The couples all enrolled in
cooking school at Hotel Roanoke.

Yesterday they prepared a
five-course brunch - a little salad, a
chicken dish, a few other entrees
topped off with dessert....

And while the love birds were
working with tons ingredient they told
us the key ingredient to a good
relationship - you guessed it....it's
spending time together.

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