02/28/07

News 7 at Noon




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



CAPTION: Wall Street

We'll see if stock markets can rebound
after one of the worst days in recent
memory.


20 Frames of Black 20 frames of Black



HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: Gutersloh


Friends say a murder suspect was
nervous and agitated on the day he is
accused of killing a Radford woman.


20 Frames of Black 20 frames of Black



HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Rain's Coming

Sunny and warm today with showers
tomorrow. I'll track it on Titan.
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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Bob Grebe.



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


*CG 305 >>
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GRAPHIC=Stock Market The stock market has gotten off


to a cautious start today after a wild
drop yesterday caused by panic selling
and a computer problem.

Alexis Christoforous reports from

the New York stock exchange.

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INQ= nats, opening bell




*CG locator New York, NY


*CG locator Washington, DC


*CG 2line Ben Bernanke
Federal Reserve Chairman
*CG 2line Art Cashin
Market Analyst
*CG standup Alexis Christoforous
CBS News

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STOCKS SHOT HIGHER RIGHT OUT OF THE
GATE THIS MORNING AS INVESTORS WENT

FISHING FOR BARGAINS THE DAY AFTER THE
MARKET BLOODBATH.



PANIC PREVAILED ON WALL STREET TUESDAY
AS TECHNICAL GLITCHES IN THE

MARKET AND WORRIES ABOUT CHINA'S
ECONOMY SENT STOCKS SPIRALING TO THEIR

WORST DAY SINCE THE AFTERMATH OF 9/11.




WHEN THE CARNAGE WAS DONE, THE DOW HAD
PLUNGED 416 POINTS, COSTING

INVESTORS OVER 600 BILLION DOLLARS IN
JUST ONE DAY.



THINGS GOT REALLY SCARY AN HOUR BEFORE
TRADING ENDED, WHEN A FLOOD OF

ORDERS CLOGGED A COMPUTER SERVER ,
SENDING THE DOW NOSEDIVING NEARLY 200

POINTS IN JUST ONE MINUTE.



FRUSTRATED FLOOR TRADERS WERE HIT WITH
TECHNICAL GLITCHES THAT PREVENTED

THEM FROM MAKING TRADES LATE IN THE
DAY. ONE TRADER DESCRIBING THE

MARKET AS UNSTABLE AS BRITNEY SPEARS.



(SUPER: THIS MORNING, WASHINGTON, DC)



FED CHAIRMAN BEN BERNANKE WAS ASKED
ABOUT THE MARKET JITTERS ON CAPITOL

HILL.



(SOT, BEN BERNANKE, CHAIRMAN, FEDERAL


RESERVE)

paraphrased, markets appear to be
working well today




MARKET WATCHERS SAY IT'S STILL TOO
EARLY TO SAY IF YESTERDAY'S VIOLENT

STOCK DROP WAS A ONE HIT WONDER, OR A
SIGN OF THINGS TO COME.



(SOT, Art Cashin, Market Analyst) we're


gonna watch this market over the

next, the balance of the week actually,
and see if it can stabilize

itself and start to get right. or, if
it stays nervous, then we're gonn

start to get nervous.



BUT FOR INVESTORS IN THE MARKET FOR THE
LONGHAUL THESE DRAMATIC DROPS

HAVE "BUY" WRITTEN ALL OVER THEM.



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GRAPHIC=Gutersloh Testimony is underway again


this morning in a Radford murder trial.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Radford
Yesterday 30-year-old William Gutersloh

is charged with first degree murder and
defiling a corpse in the death of
23-year-old Lori Pleasants.

Police say in June of 2000,
Gutersloh strangled Pleasants and then
cut her wrists to make it look like
suicide.

Several witnesses who saw
Gutersloh the morning of Lori's death,
took the stand this morning.

They say he appeared shaken
and upset.

Two fraternity brothers say
Gutersloh asked them for an alibi.

The defense says the friends
are not remembering the event's
correctly.

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STORY


LEO TOSS TO KIM LEO TOSS TO KIM








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ANCHOR ON CAM KIM ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Legal Scales A Henry County inmate who escaped


last year and fled all the way to
Colorado is back in Henry County -
behind bars.
TAKE APRISAFull TAKE APRISA

The Commonwealth's Attorney says
State Police returned William Marshall
Coe Jr. back to the area some time
Monday.

Coe broke out of the jail in
November by impersonating another
inmate who was scheduled to be
released.

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ANCHOR ON CAM KIM ON CAM


GRAPHIC=Hold Two months later authorities


pulled him over in Fort Morgan County,
Colorado during a routine traffic stop.

A hearing date has yet to be
scheduled.



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GRAPHIC=None A demonstration sprouted in


violence in Brussels, Belgium.

Firefighters clashed with the
city's police force during a

demonstration close to the nation's
parliament leaving six people injured.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Brussels, Belgium

During the clash 300 police
sought to keep two-thousand
firefighters from

breaking through a security perimeter
around parliament.

The street turned into a chaotic

scene where both sides used their
protective

helmets and sprayed each other with
jets of water and foam.

The firefighters are demanding
better working conditions, earlier

retirement and better compensation when
they are injured.

According to reports, three
policemen and three firefighters were
injured in the malay.

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GRAPHIC= Something mysterious is happening to


bees.

Millions of them are dying, in the
biggest blight ever reported in the
U-S.

John Blackstone reports.

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*CG locator Oakdale, CA





*CG 2line Louise Rossberg
Beekeeper
*CG 2line John Pettis
U. S. Department of Agriculture
*CG standup John Blackstone
CBS News

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OQ=CBS NEWS OAKDALE CA <<



(END SOT) Among America's beekeepers right now


the buzz is all about bees

mysteriously dying. Louise Rossberg
has lost tens of thousands.

LOUISE ROSSBERG, BEEKEEPER



441 louise; just disappeared. There's
nothing there. There's no bees on

the ground anywhere�there's just a
completely empty hive. ****

Beekeepers in at least 22 states are
reporting huge losses as scientists

scramble to figure out what's
happening.

John/Pettis walking in to hives



5159 John-It seems active to me, but
this should be�.



Pettis; This should be really buzzing
quite a bit more.********








Jeff Pettis, of the US Department of
Agriculture says parasites and

disease have caused smaller bee die
offs in the past, but never anything

like this.







4244 Pettis; we went through multiple
hives and we couldn't find

anything that I would even call a bee
hive so it was depressing.

(10)*************







Right now scientists and bee keepers
are focused on California where

growing season is just beginning and
bees do important work: pollinating

the almond orchards.







5145 STANDUP-(wide push to john)That
bees remain healthy is essential to


farmers everywhere. These same colonies
will travel across the country,

pollinating crops from Apples to
Zucchini. (06)







But now farmers are worried there won't
be enough bees to go around�







Ryan Cousins has empty bee hives
stacked floor to ceiling.







John; These should be full of bees.



Ryan; These should be full of bees
earning me some revenue this year.

(14)***







Louise Rossberg worries she's lost so
many bees she'll go out of business








1535-Louise: I don't know what I'm
going to do.(19) (pause-turns and

wipes tear away from camera) (21) and
I'm not alone, I'm not alone.

(23)***********************







In a way, we're all in this together
bee experts say, because without

bees much of what we eat would never
grow.



JB CBS News Oakdale California

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BOB ON CAM Bob ON CAM
HARD MUSIC UNDER Coming up next on the newscast, a
world leader would like to see a ban on
the Big Mac.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease RAIL SECURITY

Plus with all the train traffic that
crosses our area, some people are

concerned about what's riding the
rails. We'll hear from them when News
7 at Noon continues.


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NO MINIOPEN ANCHOR ON CAM
ANCHOR ON CAM The federal government says rail
GRAPHIC=None cars carrying toxic chemicals are a


major threat to the nation's security.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Graniteville, SC
January 2005 But it doesn't take terrorism to
create dangerous incidents.

When two Norfolk Southern trains
collided two years ago in Graniteville,
South Carolina, the resulting

chlorine-release killed nine people.

Each year railroads carry more
than 100-thousand carloads of toxic
chemicals - and one point six million
carloads of other hazardous materials.

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GRAPHIC=None Trains carrying these chemicals


travel through the our region day and
night.

But do you really know what's
traveling up and down the tracks?

And are emergency responders
prepared to handle a situation?

Alex Lawson reports.

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*CG 2line Jennifer Claytor
:21





*CG 2line Robert Foresman
Rockbridge Co. Emergency Management
:47
*CG locator Glasgow
1:05


*CG locator Roanoke
1:39


*CG 2line Werner Van Damme
Roanoke City Fireman
1:53



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OQ=Lawson News 7 <<



NATS: choo-choo- train.

Garrett Claytor loves to watch his toy
train chug along his track.

NATS: train going by in Glasgow.

But his mother worries about what's on
this track outside their home in
Glasgow.

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INQ=I don't know.... 48:15"I DON'T KNOW WHAT'S ON THERE. I


SEE ALL KINDS OF WORD ON THERE TOXIC
THIS AND TOXIC THAT, WELL WHAT IS IT.
IT'S SCARY. 48:23 I MEAN I HAVE A CHILD
GROWING UP HERE I DON'T KNOW WHAT IF
SOMETHIN IS LEAKING OR ANYTHING, IT'S

JUST SCARY."48:31

RUN=14 (END SOT)



OQ=....it's just scary." For security reasons, most railroads


don't say what's on board their trains.
But emergency management officials like
Robert Foresman sometimes have a pretty
good idea.

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INQ=I'm not sure... 27:13"I'M NOT SURE THAT PEOPLE ARE


TRULY AWARE OF THE MATERIALS THAT ARE
ON THE RAIL LINE BECAUSE SO OFTEN THEY
GET LULLED INTO A FALSE SENSE OF
SECURITY BECAUSE THEY SEE SO MANY RAIL
CARS THAT ARE CARRYING COAL."27:28

RUN=15 (END SOT)



OQ=..are carrying coal." Norfolk Southern says it provides a


list of the top 25 most hazardous
materials that are transported through
certain areas. And each rail car
carries a numbered placard that
identifies the chemical inside.

This train passed through Glasgow.
Foresman discovers one car was carrying
a toxic chemical that would require a
big evacuation if something went wrong.

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INQ="You're... 41:34"YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT STARTING


HERE AND GOING A MILE, THAT MEANS
EVERYTHING IN GLASGOW. EVERYTHING TO

THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN."41:43

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OQ=...of the mountain." Although rural areas do have to prepare


for the possibility, it's rail centers
like Roanoke that are more vulnerable.

So every year, members of the Roanoke
Hazmat team go to Pueblo, Colorado to
prepare.

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INQ=It's a night operation. 09:57"IT'S A NIGHT OPERATION. THEY


ACTUALLY PUT GASOLINE IN THE TANK CARS,
IGNITE IT, DETNOATE IT, AND THEY
ACTUALLY HAVE LEAKS. IT'S QUITE A
CHALLENGE."10:07

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OQ=....it's quite a challenge." A challenge Roanoke City firefighters


have yet to battle, but should the call
come, they have new technology to help,
like high-tech cameras.

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INQ=It has.... 25:13"IT HAS AN ILLUMINATION SYSTEM ON


IT.IT HAS A LASER POINTER AND A SPEAKER
ON IT AND THIS INFORMATION IS FED BACK
TO OUR COMMAND POST IN OUR TRUCK.25:22

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OQ=...post in our track." And the potential is always there, no


matter where you live.

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INQ=Are they... 48:03"ARE THEY GOING TO COME IN MY



HOUSE. I MEAN IS SOMETHING GOING TO
BLOW UP. TOXIC, WHO KNOWS WHAT'S ON
THERE."48:08

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OQ=....what's on there."


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GRAPHIC=Healthcheck It's a sure bet, this prince will


never be the "burger king" of England.

Prince Charles has suggested that
a ban of McDonalds' food is crucial to
improving people's diets.

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VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

His royal highness is taking on
the Big Mac.

He reportedly made the comment
Tuesday in the United Arab Emirates,
where he was visiting a diabetes
center.

Many Londoners think a ban is a
bit much.

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SOT FULL IN - I THINK IT'S ALRIGHT IN
INQ= i think MODERATION...






OUT - MAKE YOUR OWN CHOICE, SHOULDN'T
WE?"

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OQ= shouldn't we?



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Charles may have bitten off more
than he can chew.

He has his own line of organic
food...and critics are saying his pies
filled with potatoes and meat are just
as bad.

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GRAPHIC=None One of America's favorite cats


made a stop in Roanoke today.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

The National Education
Association's Read Across America
program brought the Cat to Westside

Elementary school.

The tour is designed to get kids
excited about reading.

Grades pre-k through fifth joined
the Cat in the Hat in celebrating Dr.
Seuss's birthday and the tenth
anniversary of Read Across America.

The N.E.A. gave a one-thousand
dollar grant to Westside Elementary and
also gave each child a copy of "Green
Eggs and Ham".

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ANCHOR on INET ANCHOR ON INET

You can learn more about Dr. Seuss
and his work on the internet. We've
linked his official webpage to our site
at WDBJ7-dot-com. Just click on
websites in the news.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP
42 points. The NASDAQ has gained six.
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42
U
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SOFT MUSIC UNDER It's tax season and coming up next on
the newscast,

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease TAX TIME

we'll tell you some things you need to
consider to avoid some costly mistakes.
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GRAPHIC=None The volcanic Italian island of



Stromboli, off the north coast of
Siciliy, started to erupt more
violently than usual yesterday, sending
a flow of lava into the sea.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Stromobli, Italy

Authorites urged locals to stay
away from the danger areas,

Inhabitants of other nearby
islands were advised to move to higher
ground, at least 10 meters above sea
level.

Stromboli has been erupting at
varying degrees of intensity for 2,000
years.

The last time a large eruption
happened, in December 2002,

the island was closed to visitors for
months.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Are you a do-it-yourselfer or pay


a professional?

There are plenty of options out

there as the tax deadline draws near.

With so many tax options
available, it's important to make a
sound decision.

Online or in someone else's
hands, it pays for consumers to do
their homework.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ= year after year


*CG 2line David Kembel
Tax Professional
:29

RUNS= 1:52 (END SOT)



OQ= BY REFERRALS <<



Year after year, the tax laws
they are a changin'.

That means updated software for
the do-it-yourselfers, or paying a
professional whose job it is to keep up
with the new codes.

Hopefully you kept track of all
your receipts, because your paper trail
could get quite long.

In addition to the standard W-2s
and 1099s, make sure to round-up your
mortgage interest, real estate taxes,
personal property taxes and any record
of the charitable gifts you've given.




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INQ= 07.16 "NOT ONLY TO THE CHURCH BUT ALSO


THE LITTLE THINGS... FULLY MAXIMIZE
YOUR DEDUCTION." 07.42 (:26)

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=



The tax software, such as Turbo
Tax and eFile do a nice job walking
people step by step through the
deduction process.

But Kembel says if you're a
position to itemize, a professional may
be the route to go.

They'll be able to help you find
the deductions you are entitled to that
you as an individual may not think of.



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INQ= 03.13 "GENERALLY IT TAKES THE HOME


INTEREST ... DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED
BECAUSE YOU CAN'T ITEMIZE." 03.47 (:34)

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INQ=



And if it's professional help you
are seeking, the experts all agree it's
vital to get referrals from people you
trust.




RUNS= SOT FULL



OQ= 04.29 "CHECK WITH PEOPLE THEY TRUST....


REALLY GO BY REFERRALS" 4.54 (:25)

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INQ=



>>

ANCHOR=BOB LIVE FULL



GRAPHIC=None The Better Business Bureau


advises taxpayers to stay away from
anyone who bases their fee on a
percentage of the refund amount, rather
than the complexity of the tax return.

Also, beware of the refund loans
that carry high interest rates.
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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER Its a phenomenon that up until
has been resigned to science
fiction...but now some Tokyo professors
are making it a reality.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease MR. ROBOTO

Up next we'll check out the
latest invention that could soon make
your home feel more futuristic.

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GRAPHIC=TECH/UVA The Commonwealth Challenge


resumes tomorrow as the Wahoos and
Hokies meet on the Hardwood in
Charlottesville.

Both Teams are tied with North
Carolina for first place in the A-C-C.

Grant Kittelson checks in with
the Hokies who control their own
destiny when it comes to winning the
Conference's Regular Season.

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SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG locator Blacksburg
February 10
:00

*CG 2line Seth Greenberg
20-8 This Season
:15
*CG 2line Zabian Dowdell
Virginia Tech Senior Guard
1:08
*CG 2line Jamon Gordon
Virginia Tech Senior Guard
1:31


*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
1:44

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OQ=NEWS 7 SPORTS. << The Virginia and Virginia Tech
(END SOT) Men will meet up for the Hundred and


25th time this Thursday in
Charlottesville. The Series Dates all
the way back to 1915 and never has a
game mean this much between the 2
in-state rivals.

(SETH BITE:)

With just 2 games remaining in
the regular season,Tech, who has played
well in Big Games thus far, sees no
chance of a letdown which they've had a
few.

(ZAB BITE:)

The Hokies also carry with them a

chip on their shoulder as they go to
Charlottesville, a place the Cavaliers
just once at home this season.

(JAMON BITE:)

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GRAPHIC=None Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto.



Professors at Tokyo University
unveiled a glimpse into a future world
where robots can help out around the
house.

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It may not be as fast as a human,
but the humanoid robot can pour a cup
of tea and even wash the cup
afterwards.

Japan is in a leading position in
terms of robotic design, but most
robots are used in industrial
environments.

The team of professors believe
this kind of service robot could be
used in hospitals or household where

the users are not in the position to
conduct the normal chore themselves.

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