06/28/07

News 7 at Noon

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


CAPTION: Unpopular Law

Governor Kaine says lawmakers may need
to reconsider stiff penalties on
abusive drivers.


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: Union Vote


Union workers at Covington's
MeadWestvaco plant have decided if they
will accept the company's latest
contract offer.


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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: More Storms

Afternoon storms will lead to cooler
weather for the weekend. I'll have your
forecast.
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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



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


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GRAPHIC=Westvaco Contract Union workers at


MeadWestvaco overwhelmingly said no to
the company's latest contract.


ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Covington
File Tape 84-percent of the union's
membership voted no yesterday, though
the results weren't known until early
this morning.

This is the second contract
offer they've rejected.

Workers at the plant in
Covington have been working under the
terms of their old agreement since
December.

They'll hold an
informational picket at the plant this
afternoon, though there's no word on
the likelihood of an actual strike.

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GRAPHIC=Abuser Fees Governor Tim Kaine said the General


Assembly may need to reconsider a new
law that imposes harsh new fees on bad
drivers in Virginia, but not on out-
of- state abusers.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

On his monthly radio show, callers
pressed Kaine on the so- called
"abusive driver" laws that take effect
Sunday.
*CG locator Richmond It was part of this year's
transportation bill to generate money
for road maintenance.

Kaine said he signed the fees into
law, because neither lawmakers

nor the public wanted higher gasoline
or new car taxes.

The new law imposes stiff fees that
have to be paid for three years.

It doesn't apply to out- of- state
drivers, because the D-M-V collects the
fees as a condition for renewing
vehicle registrations.

Some Virginians are upset about the
discrepancy.

Kaine said today it's something the
legislature may address in the future.

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GRAPHIC=Immigration




BREAKING NEWS BANNER BREAKING NEWS BANNER *CG breaknow Immigration Bill Stopped

We have breaking news at this hour,
Senate opponents have succeeded in
stopping a bill to legalize millions of
unlawful immigrants.

The vote means that major action on
immigration is likely to be put off
until after the 2008 elections.

Supporters fell 14 votes short of the
60 they'd need to limit debate and
clear the way for final passage.

Critics charge the measure would offer
amnesty to illegal immigrants.

GRAPHIC=SUPREME COURT Meanwhile in other news from the


Nation's Capital, the Supreme Court

has made a decision on the sensitive
issue of race in schools.

Parents from two states challenged
plans to assign students to schools
based on race to maintain diversity.

As Susan Roberts reports, a razor-
thin majority of the justices sided
with the parents.

ENG#=3 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=In a five to four





*CG locator Washington, DC


*CG 2line Robert Wagner
Phillis Wheatley Elementary Principal
*CG standup Susan Roberts
Reporting
*CG 2line Teddy Gordon
Louisville Parents' Attorney



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OQ=Roberts, CBS News, Washington. <<



(END SOT) IN A FIVE TO FOUR DECISION, THE SUPREME


COURT REJECTED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

PLANS IN TWO STATES -- That MAKE RACE A
FACTOR IN ASSIGNING STUDENTS TO PUBLIC

SCHOOLS.



THIS WAS THE BIGGEST SCHOOL
DE-SEGREGATION CASE IN MORE THAN A
DECADE.

PARENTS FROM LOUISVILLE AND SEATTLE --
CHALLENGED THE WAY THEIR SCHOOL SYSTEMS

USED RACE TO ASSIGN STUDENTS TO
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS... FOR
THE

PURPOSE OF INTEGRATION.



IN LOUISVILLE -- THERE IS A TARGET

BLACK ENROLLMENT IN EVERY PUBLIC
SCHOOL.

THE SYSTEM IS DESIGNED TO KEEP EACH
SCHOOL BETWEEN FIFTEEN AND FIFTY
PERCENT

BLACK. SUPPORTERS OF THE PLAN ARGUE,
IT GUARANTEES DIVERSITY.



(SOT: Robert Wagner / PRINCIPAL,


PHILLIS WHEATLEY ELEMENTARY) - "it's
working

and it's also representative of the
country and the world we live in."



(STANDUP BRIDGE: Susan Roberts / CBS
NEWS / THE SUPREME COURT) - "BUT, A
SLIM

MAJORITY OF THE JUSTICES DISAGREED.
THE COURT'S OPINION, WRITTEN BY CHIEF

JUSTICE JOHN ROBERTS, SAYS --
GOVERNMENT ACTION DIVIDING PEOPLE BY
RACE -- IS

INHERENTLY SUSPECT."



WHEN THE CASE WAS ARGUED IN DECEMBER --
JUSTICES KENNEDY AND SCALIA QUESTIONED

WHETHER IT IS CONSTITUTIONAL TO
CLASSIFY STUDENTS BY RACE, FOR ANY
REASON.


ATTORNEYS FOR THE PARENTS SAID -- THE
USE OF RACE WAS WRONG.



(SOT: Teddy Gordon / LOUISVILLE


PARENTS' ATTORNEY) - "it was the
factor, the

controlling, dominant, predominant
factor. It's racial balancing."



TODAY'S DECISION BY THE HIGH COURT
COULD AFFECT SIMILAR PLANS IN HUNDREDS
OF

SCHOOL DISTRICTS NATIONWIDE... AND IT
LEAVES ADMINISTRATORS WITH A LIMITED

NUMBER OF OPTIONS TO MAINTAIN RACIAL
DIVERSITY IN THEIR SCHOOLS. SUSAN

ROBERTS, CBS News Washington.

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GRAPHIC=Wildfires That persistent wildfire in South


Lake Tahoe, California is now over 50-
percent contained.

And some evacuated residents may be
allowed to return home later today--
that is, if the wind doesn't kick up
again.


Karen Brown has an update on
firefighting efforts.

ENG#=4 (SOT FULL)



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INQ=The orange glow




*CG locator South Lake Tahoe, CA


*CG 2line Rich Hawkins
Fire Incident Commander


*CG standup Karen Brown
Reporting





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OQ=Brown, News 7. <<



(END SOT) .





The orange glow and the smoke have
become an almost expected part of the
once

beautiful scenery around Lake Tahoe.

The fire burning now since Sunday.
..damage is estimated at one hundred
and

fifty million dollars....and it's still
nowhere close to contained.




NATS

"Number one priority ..."



While firefighters have made a line
around 80-percent of the fire ... fire

investigators working on a cause have
ruled out lightning. They say that

leaves someone to blame, perhaps with a
cigarette or a campfire.



(Rich Hawkins / Fire Incident
Commander)

"They traced the fire to the exact
place where it started and it's a rock

outcropping by a pond. The kind of
place where people might be sitting

around."



(standup)

"This is day five of the assault on
this fire ... and it's back-breaking
job

for more than 2000 firefighters working
round the clock ... most relying

simply muscle and determination."



(Robert Vega / Firefighter)

"It's hard because we just work with
hand tools, we work with no water, and


uh, 12 hour shifts, it's pretty hard."



By the latest estimates ... the fire
won't be fully contained until next

Tuesday ... that's IF the weather
cooperates.



FONT: YESTERDAY, Asasd Rahman /
Firefighter

" They're calling for 30-40 mile an
hour winds."



That prediction for Wednesday never
came to pass. The winds stayed calm and

firefighters got a jump. But there's
the same threat of wind later today ...

and the same sense of fighting not just
the fire, but the clock, on the front

lines.

Karen Brown, News 7.

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HARD MUSIC UNDER Authorities in Iraq make a gruesome
discovery, as the violence in Iraq
grows.

We'll have that story next.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease Afghanistan Explosion

Also, one American is killed and more
injured in an car bomb attack in
Afghanistan.



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ANCHOR ON CAM The Taliban has claimed
GRAPHIC=Afghanistan responsibility for a suicide car


bombing in Afghanistan that killed an
American contractor.

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




*CG locator Kabul, Afghanistan

The bomber hit a convoy of security
contractors in eastern Kabul

today, killing the American and another
worker from Nepal.

Three other Americans and two Afghan

civilians were wounded.

A nearby shop owner says foreigners
from one of the vehicles in

the convoy fired their guns into the
air to keep civilians away

after the attack.


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GRAPHIC=Iraq There's no let-up in the violence in


Iraq, where there's been another
gruesome discovery.

Authorities say 20 beheaded bodies
were found today on the banks of the
Tigris River.

It happened in a Sunni district where
Shiite troops have been battling

insurgents.

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




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

And least 20 people were killed
today while waiting for buses, when a
parked car bomb blew up at a bus
station in Baghdad.


The blast incinerated at least 40
mini- buses.


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GRAPHIC=Red Cross The American Red Cross hopes to


speed up summer blood donations by
offering a high-speed incentive.


ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Blood donors will get the
chance to win a 2008 Harley Davidson
883 Sportster of their choice.


The contest was announced this
morning. It begins July first and runs
through September.

The donors also receive a
specially designed orange biker
T-shirt.

Donations generally drop off
in the summer. The winner will be
announced in October.




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GRAPHIC=NONE Some Roanoke residents are irate


about the city's controversial project
known as traffic calming.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

If you've driven through Southeast
you know what we're talking about.

Nearly three years ago, the city of
Roanoke narrowed the streets in several
locations along Bullitt and Jamison
Avenue.

The goal is to make drivers feel so
uncomfortable speeding, that they slow
down.

City leaders say while traffic
calming is working, many drivers can't
stand it.

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GRAPHIC=none And as Justin McLeod tells some


residents hate it even more.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG locator Roanoke
:00




*CG 2line Loretta Wirt
Southeast Roanoke Resident
:26


*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com
:53

RUNS=1:39 (END SOT)



OQ=jm, news 7 <<((NAT SOUND OF LORETTA SAYING "I USED


TO SIT OUT HERE EVERYNIGHT" AT
3:40:31))

When Loretta Wirt looks out her front
porch she sees a problem, a very big
one.

It has to do with the traffic calming
measures outside her Bullitt Avenue
home.


((NAT SOUND OF TRAFFIC))

She says drivers are going so fast,
they often hit the curb.

SOT FULL 3:24:36 SOT FULL



INQ=When it hits LORETTA WIRT: WHEN IT HITS THE CURB


AND THEY BLOW A TIRE IT'S LIKE A BOMB
GOING OFF.

RUNS05 (END SOT)



OQ=going off And any debris that's nearby then


goes flying in the air, right towards
her home.

SOT FULL 3:27:25 SOT FULL



INQ=These are LORETTA WIRT: THESE ARE HOLES FROM


ROCKS FLYING AT 200 POUNDS OF AIR
PRESSURE.

RUNS05 (END SOT)



OQ=of air pressure Wirt says it happens so often she now


has 25 holes in the siding of her home.

The latest incident happened over the
weekend when a tractor trailer hit the
curb, sending this rock towards her
front door.

SOT FULL 3:25:24 SOT FULL



INQ=When I came down LORETTA WIRT: WHEN I CAME DOWN THE


STAIRS I COULD SEE THAT MY DOOR WAS
SHATTERED AND WHEN I OPENED IT THIS IS
WHAT I GOT.

RUNS06 (END SOT)



OQ=WHAT I GOT She's complained to the city but says



it's gotten her nowhere.

SOT FULL 3:19:39 SOT FULL



INQ=It's not as if JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: IT'S NOT AS


IF THE CITY HASN'T DONE ANYTHING TO FIX
THE PROBLEM AND HELP THE RESIDENTS OUT
HERE. RECENTLY WORKERS CAME IN PUT IN
THESE WHITE LINES ON THE STREET, YELLOW
REFLECTORS ON THE CURB, AND THESE
PLANTINGS. BUT RESIDENTS SAY IT ISN'T
ENOUGH.

RUNS13 (END SOT)



OQ=IT ISN'T ENOUGH ((NAT SOUND OF LORETTA TALKING NEAR THE


STORM DRAIN))

Loretta wants the city to move the
storm drain outside her home and to pay
for the damage.

SOT FULL 3:34:38 SOT FULL



INQ=I've been living LORETTA WIRT: I FIGURE IF THE CITY


CREATED THIS PROBLEM, THEN THEY OUGHT
TO PAY FOR IT.

RUNS04 (END SOT)



OQ=to pay for it Wirt says she'll hire a lawyer if


needed--to save the place she's called
home for 38 years.

SOT FULL 3:36:46 SOT FULL



INQ=I can't afford LORETTA WIRT: I CAN'T AFFORD TO MOVE.


I REALLY CAN'T, NOT AT MY AGE, ANYWAY
(LAUGHS)

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OQ=AGE ANYWAY (LAUGHS)





SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= JUSTIN McLEOD: WIRT'S HAS FILED A


CLAIM WITH THE CITY FOR THE DAMAGE SHE
NOW SAYS TOPS MORE THAN A THOUSAND
DOLLARS. THE CITY THOUGH HAS YET TO
RESPOND TO THAT REQUEST. JUSTIN
McLEOD, NEWS 7.

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OQ=JM, NEWS 7


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GRAPHIC=Harry Potter On the other side of the globe-- the


latest Harry Potter sequel premiered
today in Tokyo.

As Lucy Craft tells us, Asia's
richest country showed it can roll out
the red carpet, Hollywood- style.

ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=The latest Harry Potter




*CG locator Tokyo, Japan


*CG 2line Daniel Radcliffe
"Harry Potter"

*CG standup Lucy Craft
Reporting
*CG 2line Dick Sano
Sony Pictures Japan Senior Vice
President
*CG 2line Kawasumi
Toho Manager



RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=Craft, CBS News, Tokyo. <<



(END SOT)



TODAY, TOKYO



TRACK:

THE LATEST HARRY POTTER MOVIE FLEW INTO
JAPAN...WHILE THE REST OF THE WORLD

WILL HAVE TO WAIT FOR A VISIT FROM THE
WIZARD.



NAT SOT: DANIEL RADCLIFFE /HARRY POTTER



(speaking in Japanese...)



HARRY'S NOT THE ONLY MEGA HIT
PREMIERING IN JAPAN THESE
DAYS...SPIDERMAN

CLIMBED TO GREAT HIGHTS ...



.SOT "I'M EXCITED BECAUSE THIS IS THE


WORLD PREMIERE OF SPIDERMAN IN TOKYO!"


/FAN



AND JOHNNY DEPP SAILED INTO TOWN TO
PLUG HIS PIRATES SEQUEL.



NAT SOT (Johnny Depp)





BRIDGE STANDUP (Lucy Craft/CBS
News/Tokyo) BLOCKBUSTER MOVIES NOWADAYS
EARN

MOST OF THEIR MONEY FROM OVERSEAS
MARKETS. AND THE BIGGEST OVERSEAS
MARKET OF

THEM ALL IS RIGHT HERE IN JAPAN. THAT'S
WHY TOKYO HAS BECOME THE GO-TO CITY

FOR HOLLYWOOD PREMIERES.



TRACK The Spiderman publicity blitz is
still paying off, says Dick Sano of

Sony Pictures Japan...



SOT (Dick Sano/sr vp/Sony Pictures


Japan)

"IF YOU HAVE A MAJOR HIT, YOU CAN HAVE
YOUR MOVIES PLAY FOR 12 WEEKS. WHICH

WE ARE."



TRACK Japanese don't go to the movies
as often as Americans, but when it


comes to blockbusters, they turn out en
masse...five-thousand mobbed the

Pirates' premiere in Tokyo.



SOT (in Japanese, Kawasumi, Toho


manager)

THIS THEATRE MANAGER SAYS, "WHEN MOVIES
GET BIG PUBLICITY, LOTS OF FANS SHOW

UP, EVEN ON WEEKDAYS."



TRACK Japanese audiences used to have
to wait months for American movies to

cross the Pacific. Now, US blockbusters
may get a headstart here even BEFORE

they debut in America... 10



SOT (movie patron)



"I LIKE AMERICAN MOVIES BETTER THAN
JAPANESE ONES, SAYS THIS FAN. "JAPANESE

FILMS ARE TOO CLOSE TO REAL LIFE, BUT
US MOVIES ARE BEYOND OUR IMAGINATION."



SOT "MY DAD LIKED PIRATES OF THE


CARIBBEAN," SAYS THIS GIRL. "SO I GOT
HOOKED

ON IT, TOO."



TRACK By building a good buzz in Japan,
Hollywood says 2007 could be its best


year ever. Lucy Craft, CBS News, Tokyo.





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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP
14 points. The NASDAQ has gained 11.
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SOFT MUSIC UNDER Have you ever been concerned about
the hygiene of a co-worker?

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease Dirty Ben

Coming up next we'll see how one state
is getting out the message.
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GRAPHIC=None




ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER

You've probably seen it firsthand-- a
person who doesn't wash their hands

after using the bathroom.

The topic is usually kept quiet, but
health officials in Florida are
bringing

it out in the open with a publicity
campaign that may prove INFECTIOUS.

Doctor Sean Kenniff tells us about it
in this Healthcheck7 report..

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG standup Dr. Sean Kenniff
CBS News
:34



*CG 2line Dr. Beverly Nelson-Curtis
Department of Health
:48



RUNS=1:28 (END SOT)



OQ=CBS News <<



(END SOT) (nats)(DRAMATIZATION - font burned


in...upper left)

HE'S CALLED THE FIFTH GUY-- BECAUSE
FOUR OUT OF FIVE PEOPLE WASH THEIR
HANDS

IN THE BATHROOM.

BUT THE FIFTH GUY DOESN'T--AND FROM THE
BATHROOM-- TO THE BOARDROOM--



(nat cough)



HE'S SPREADING GERMS TO THE REST OF US.

(ad)

THAT'S WHY THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
HEALTH HAS HIRED THIS ACTOR FOR THE
FIFTH

GUY CAMPAIGN.... A SERIES OF AWARENESS
ADS.



(SOT- Dr. Beverly Nelson-Curtis/Dept.


Of Health)

(vo)"We're adding some (oc) humor to

it, to get the attention of (vo) the

public."



(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS
NEWS/Miami, FL)

Well since we all know people like this
in our lives, what are you supposed to

do about it? Let's say you see someone
who doesn't wash their hands after

using the restroom, are you supposed to
tell them about it. Turns out--you

should.



(vo)

DOCTOR BEVERLY NELSON-CURTIS EXPLAINS.



(SOT- Dr. Beverly Nelson-Curtis/Dept.


Of Health)

"We really should because that's the
way to prevent the spread of common
germs

and germs that can also be dangerous,
because that's they way that germs are

spread."



BUT WHY A FIFTH GUY, AND NOT A FIFTH
GIRL?

(gfx)

A RECENT SURVEY FOUND 90 PERCENT OF

WOMEN WASHED THEIR HANDS EVERY TIME
AFTER

USING THE BATHROOM, WHILE ONLY 75
PERCENT OF MEN DID.

(ad vo)

THE CAMPAIGN ALSO CALLS FOR ALL OF US
TO COUGH INTO OUR SLEEVES OR TISSUES,

NOT INTO OUR HANDS, AND STAY HOME WHEN
SICK.



(SOT- Dr. Beverly Nelson-Curtis/Dept.


Of Health)

(vo)"Everyone needs to be more
vigilant."



THE ADS ARE JUST BEING USED IN FLORIDA
NOW, BUT THE CAMPAIGN COULD BE

SPREADING TO OTHER STATES.

DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.

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If you would like to see the Fifth
Guy campaign, you can find it through a
link to our webpage at WDBJ7-dot-com.
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GRAPHIC=RADFORD UNIVERSITY Summer camps aren't all about


sitting around a fire.

Radford University is hosting a
camp this week aimed at steering more
than 60 high schools girls toward a
career in Information Technology and
Math.

N-R-V reporter Holly Pietrzak has
the story.

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INQ=first things first


*CG locator Radford
:00


*CG 2line Joe Chase
Radford University
:16
*CG standup Holly Pietrzak
hollyp@wdbj7.com
:45
*CG 2line Ashley Reed
Camper
1:07
*CG 2line Carlyn Samuelson

Camper
1:16

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OQ=Holly Pietrzak, News 7, Radford.



(END SOT) << First things first for these


summer campers.....I-T and Math are not
just for boys.



NATS: 02:18:05 TYPING



Interim Dean for the College of
Science and Technology at R-U - Joe
Chase - is trying to debunk the myths
and stereotypes.



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INQ=I HOPE JOE CHASE, INTERIM DEAN, COLLEGE OF


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

02:16:03 I HOPE THEY'LL TAKE THE
MESSAGE WITH THEM THAT THE WHOLE WORLD
IS OPEN TO THEM. THAT THERE ARE NO
GUIDELINES SAYING THAT WOMEN CAN'T BE
IN I-T OR CAN'T BE IN MATHEMATICS.:13

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OQ=IN MATHEMATICS



NATS: 21:50 WHAT DID WE SAY WOULD BE
THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF ROOT POSSIBLE? :54



And Chase says... you don't have

to look or act a certain way to
succeed.



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INQ=if you look JOE CHASE, INTERIM DEAN, COLLEGE OF


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

02:13:27 IF YOU LOOK AT MOVIES LIKE
OFFICE SPACE AND REVENGE OF THE NERDS
THOSE THINGS PERPETUATE THE IDEA THAT
YOU HAVE TO BE A GEEK TO DO I-T BUT THE
OPPOSITE IS TRUE.:38

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OQ=is true



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INQ=R-U EDUCATORS 02:35:59 STANDUP - R-U EDUCATORS FEEL


THIS WEEK IS PARTICULARLY IMPORTANT
BECAUSE OF THE SHARP DECLINE OF WOMEN
ENTERING I-T FIELDS. ACCORDING TO THE
COMPUTING RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, THAT
PERCENTAGE IS DOWN FROM 44 TO 14
PERCENT IN THE PAST TWO DECADES.:14

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OQ=TWO DECADES



A statistic that could change as
more like Ashley Reed seriously
consider a career in these fields.



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INQ=I mean ASHLEY REED, SECOND YEAR AT RU




24:08 I MEAN IT'S MAKING ME LOOK AT
MATH DIFFERENT .:12

RUN:04 (END SOT)



OQ=that no



And this week is especially
important to Carlyn Samuelson as she
maps her future.



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INQ=I'm planning CARLYN SAMUELSON, PULASKI HIGH SCHOOL -


FIRST YEAR

27:59 I'M PLANNING ON GOING INTO A
FIELD IN MARINE BIOLOGY SO I FIGURED
THIS WOULD LOOK GOOD ON MY RESUME AND
LEARN SOME THINGS HERE BECAUSE I LOVE
MATH.:07

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OQ=love math



A passion teachers hope to
instill in all these young women as
they search for great opportunities and
jobs.

Holly Pietrzak, News 7,
Radford.>>




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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER The saying goes that no idea's
original, and two filmmakers claim
that's definitely true in this case.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease MARSHALL LAW

Up next, we'll tell you about the
lawsuit against a hit movie based on a
sports tragedy.
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GRAPHIC=MARSHALL The creators of the Marshall


University documentary "Ashes to Glory"
have filed a $40 million-dollar lawsuit
alleging the hit movie "We Are
Marshall" stole their ideas and

research.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Both the documentary and movie


chronicle Marshall's rise to football
prominence following a 1970 plane crash
that killed most of the team.

Deborah Novak and John Witek
filed the lawsuit in federal court in
California.

They're accusing Warner Brothers
Pictures and others associated with the
movie of fraud, copyright infringement
and breach of contract.

They say the lawsuit represents
an ongoing battle over intellectual
property - adding that Hollywood has a
history of stealing writers' ideas and
not paying them.

Warner Brothers has not commented
at this time.

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GRAPHIC=TECH The start of the Tech football


season is just over 65 days away and

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Blacksburg
1999 ESPN's College GameDay will be
on hand for the opener that Saturday,
as the Hokies host East Carolina.

Gameday will begin at 10am on
Saturday September first, and continue
right up until kickoff at Noon from
Lane Stadium.

This will be the 6th time that
Chris Fowler and Company have been to
Blacksburg to originate Game Day
festivities.

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GRAPHIC=USGA The Virginia Cavalier colors were


flying as the women's US Open teed off
this morning at Pine Needles .

Travis Wells checks in from North
Carolina with Leah Wigger, the recent
UVA grad turned professional golfer.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



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INQ=


*CG locator Southern Pines, NC
:00



*CG 2line Leah Wigger
Former UVA Golfer
:23
*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com
1:25

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OQ=News 7 Sports." < (END SOT) Open, it will be the latest step in a


journey that began four years ago in
Charlottesville. The Louisville,
Kentucky native committed to the
Cavaliers fledgling program, and became
the cornerstone recruit for Coach Jan
Mann. Wigger was a three time
All-American, leading the Cavs to the
NCAA tournament in 2 of the past 3
years.

LEAH WIGGER/FORMER UVA GOLFER:

Wigger turned pro after graduating,
competing in three Futures Tour events
in the past month, earning 15 hundred
bucks. Playing in the Open provides a
big taste of what life is like as a
touring professional.

LEAH:

TRAVIS WELLS: The 62nd US Women's Open
gets underway bright and early Thursday

morning. Wigger will tee off at 9:12
am on hole number 10. In Southern
Pines, North Carolina, Travis Wells,
News 7 Sports.>>
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