07/10/07

News 7 at Noon

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


CAPTION: In Court

The owners of a day care in our area
answer charges they assaulted a child.


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: Storms Possible

The heat and humidity continue with the

chance for scattered storms. I'll track
it using Titan.
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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Runaway Wrecker

Here's what happens when a 15- hundred
pound wrecking ball gets loose.


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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=Legal Scales The owners of a Pittsylvania County


daycare center have pleaded guilty to
assaulting young children in their
care.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Chatham

Michael and Barbara Sinsel
(SIN-sul) reached a plea agreement with
prosecutors this morning in
Pittsylvania County Circuit Court.

Michael Sinsel pleaded guilty to 21
misdemeanor counts of assault and
battery and was given a year in jail.

Barbara Sinsel pleaded guilty to
two similar counts and was given a
two-year suspended sentence.

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INQ=One of the




*CG 2line Bryan Haskins (20:27::02)
Pittsylvania Co. Prosecutor BRYAN HASKINS/PITTSYLVANIA CO.
PROSECUTOR: ONE OF THE BIG THINGS ABOUT
THIS AGREEMENT IS THEY'RE AGREEING
NEVER TO BE INVOLVED IN A DAYCARE
OPERATION AGAIN, EITHER AS AN
OWNER-OPERATOR OR AS AN EMPLOYEE.
BARBARA SINSEL CAN PETITION THE COURT
IF SHE WISHES TO IN THE FUTURE AND GET
THE COURT'S PERMISSION TO BECOME
INVOLVED, BUT BEYOND THAT THEY'RE
THROUGH WITH DAYCARE.

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OQ=they're through with daycare.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The Sinsels were arrested last
September after parents complained
children were being physically abused
at the Starlight Day Care in Dry Fork.

The center had been cited by the
state for dozens of minor violations in
the previous years.

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GRAPHIC=Plane Crash A small plane registered to a


company linked to NASCAR's late
chairman

crashed this morning into a
neighborhood near Orlando, Florida.

Authorities say two people aboard the
plane were killed, and at least three
on the ground were injured-- including
a 10- year- old boy.

ENG#=3 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT





*CG locator Sanford, FL

The crash sparked two house fires,
leaving the homes largely gutted.

The plane was en route from Daytona
Beach to Lakeland, when the

pilot reported smoke in the cockpit.

The F-A-A says the pilot was trying
to land in Orlando when the plane
crashed about a mile north of the
airport.

The identities of those on board have
not been released, but a Daytona Beach
newspaper is reporting that Dr. Bruce
Kennedy who is married to Bill France's
daughter Lesa France Kennedy was killed
in the crash.

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GRAPHIC=None




*CG breaknow Murder Arrest (BREAKING NEWS BANNER)

We have breaking news at this
hour.

Investigators in Halifax County

have made an arrest in a weekend murder
case.

Steven Leonard Nelson of
Danville was arrested early this
morning and charged with first degree
murder.

Over the weekend, a woman was
found dead along a road in the Paces
area of Halifax County. She'd been
shot once in the head. Her identity
still has not been released.

In a statement, the sheriff's
department says investigators found a
nine-millimeter handgun and other
evidence at Nelson's home.


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GRAPHIC=Forest Fire About 60 firefighters are on


the scene of a forest fire in
Rockbridge County.
TAKE FIRE MAP FULL APRISA

About a hundred acres have
burned in the James River Face
Wilderness near Natural Bridge Station.

It's in a remote area near
Petite's Gap Road.

Firefighters believe it was
started by lightning.
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GRAPHIC=Widlfire Out west, residents are dealing with



even hotter temperatures than we have,
and wildfires are still burning all
over.

John Blackstone has the latest.

ENG#=4 (SOT FULL)



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INQ=Across the west




*CG locator Wenatchee, WA
:01
*CG 2line Tom Spencer
Smoke Jumper
:14
*CG 2line Sharon Smith
Evacuee
:32
*CG 2line Rowdy Muir
Bureau of Land Management
:51 Quick
*CG 2line John Pickett
Nevada Fire Safe Council
1:11


*CG standup John Blackstone
Reporting
1:20

RUNS=1:28 (END SOT)



OQ=Blackstone, CBS News, San Francisco. < (END SOT) is off to a roaring start.




Near Wenatchee Washington homes were
evacuated but firefighters beat the
flames with help from precision air
drops.

SUPER: TOM SPENCER, SMOKE JUMPER



"HELICOPTERS WERE DROPPING WATER IN
THIS AREA, RETARDANT BOMBERS FLYING
PATHS RIGHT IN BETWEEN THE HOUSES"

The biggest western fire is burning in
Utah...so far consuming more than 460
square miles of dry brush. It has
destroyed some farm buildingsand burned
right up to a mobile home park.







SUPER: sharon smith, evacuee



we had very little time. It was just
pick up what you could and get out of
here.







Smoke from the fire has been so thick a
major highway had to be closed.

A video camera on a Utah Highway Patrol
car showed what drivers were up

against.







The rapid spread of the Utah fire may
be an omen of things to come this fire
season.







SUPER: ROWDY MUIR, BUREAU OF LAND
MANAGEMENT



"EVERY FIRE WE HAVE IN THE WEST NOW HAS
THE POTENTIAL TO GO LARGE, VERY
QUICKLY."







The reason is not just the heat and the
drought. It's also the dangerous build
up of fuel.







NAT UP/JOHN PICKETT: You can see
exactly what happened here.








John Pickett of the Nevada Fire Safe
Council says years of suppressing
wildfires have left too much fast
burning underbrush.







SUPER: JOHN PICKETT, NEVADA FIRE SAFE
COUNCIL



2:11:07 - by removing these fuels,
removing this stuff-the small stuff,
thus guy grows better and is a
healthier tree and is resistant to fire
:10







But now much of the west's wild lands
are all to ready to burn.



Jb cbs news sf



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GRAPHIC=None State- run television says the


head of a besieged mosque in Pakistan
has been killed by army troops.


ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)



VO-NAT The report says the chief cleric of


the Red Mosque was killed, as troops
were flushing out holdouts inside a
women's religious school.

*CG locator Islamabad, Pakistan

Two security sources say that the
cleric's body was found in the

basement of the school.

Pakistani troops have been taking
control of the mosque in

fighting that the army says has left 50
militants and eight soldiers dead.


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GRAPHIC=None In London, a jury has failed to


reach a verdict on the two remaining
suspects in the failed plot to bomb the
city's public transport system.

ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)



VO-NAT




*CG locator London, U.K.
July 7, 2005 Four others were convicted in the
failed attacks that were supposed

to mirror the deadly attacks of July
seventh, 2005-- they'll be sentenced
tomorrow.

Prosecutors must decide whether to
re- try the other two men.


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HARD MUSIC UNDER Still to come on the newscast, a new
report is expected to have grim news
for the Iraqi government.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease WRECKED HAVOC

Plus we'll see how a wrecking ball
flattened a lot of turf yesterday after
it broke free of its cable.
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ANCHOR ON CAM Debate over the future of the war in
GRAPHIC=Iraq Iraq is heating up again.



Lawmakers will get a first report
on the troop surge by the end of this
week, but the White House warns not to
read too much into it.

Susan Roberts reports.

ENG#=1 (SOT FULL)



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INQ=As the war of words




*CG locator Washington, DC


*CG 2line Tony Snow
White House Press Secretary
*CG 2line Sen. Carl Levin


(D) Michigan




*CG standup Susan Roberts
Reporting


*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq



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OQ=Roberts, News 7. <<



(END SOT)



locator : Washington, DC



AS THE WAR OF WORDS OVER THE WAR IN
IRAQ HEATS UP IN WASHINGTON --
PRESIDENT

BUSH IS TAKING HIS MESSAGE ON THE ROAD.
HE'S HEADING FOR CLEVELAND WHERE,

ACCORDING TO HIS AIDES, HE'LL SAY --
THE TROOP SURGE IS JUST BEGINNING, AND
IT

NEEDS MORE TIME TO WORK.



(SOT: Tony Snow / WHITE HOUSE PRESS


SECRETARY) - "some want us to take a
new

look at the way we're doing things,
which is exactly what's taking place.

That's what the surge is, and we're now
at the very opening stages of it."




BUT THAT MAY NOT BE ENOUGH TO QUIET
CRITICS ON CAPITOL HILL.



(SOT: Sen. Carl Levin / D - MICHIGAN) -


"the open ended occupation of a muslim

country by the west is playing right
into the hands of al-qaeda and we need
to

bring it to a responsible end."



(STANDUP BRIDGE: Susan Roberts / CBS
NEWS / CAPITOL HILL) - "LATER THIS
WEEK,

LAWMAKERS WILL GET AN INITIAL REPORT ON
THE TROOP SURGE... AND HOW THE IRAQI

GOVERNMENT IS DOING IN TERMS OF MEETING
BENCHMARKS. "



THE PRESIDENT'S SPOKESMAN SAYS, SOME OF
THOSE BENCHMARKS HAVE BEEN MET -- AND

OTHERS HAVEN'T.



(SOT: Tony Snow / WHITE HOUSE PRESS


SECRETARY) - "This is a report that
gives

Americans a snapshot at the very
beginning of the operational phase of
the


surge. In other words, it's a look at
the starting line."



THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION WANTS LAWMAKERS
TO FOCUS MORE ON THE 'SECOND' REPORT

ON THE SURGE -- COMING IN SEPTEMBER."



(NAT - aftermath)



ON THE GROUND IN IRAQ -- us troops
continue to engage the enemy..
tARGETING

INSURGENTS, in sadr city.



(NAT - aftermath)



The BAGHDAD NEIGHBORHOOD has BEEN A
SAFE ZONE FOR SHI'ITE MILITIAS. IRAQI

POLICE SAY, 2-PEOPLE WERE KILLED IN THE
RAID... AT LEAST 4-OTHERS WERE

WOUNDED. SUSAN ROBERTS, News 7.

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GRAPHIC=None A wrecking ball wreaked HAVOC on a


small college town in northwestern
Pennsylvania.


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




*CG locator Meadville, PA

It all started yesterday when the 15-
hundred -pound ball broke loose from

a crane cable, and rolled nearly three-
quarters of a mile downhill.

It smashed more than a dozen
vehicles, and injured three people as

it bounced from curb to curb.

Charlotte Newhard found herself
driving right into its path...


ENG#=3 (SOT FULL)
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INQ=I could see




*CG 2line Charlotte Newhard
Witness Charlotte Newhard/WITNESS: I could see
this big ball coming down the street at
first I thought it was a kids' ball and
then the closer I got I said oh no -
this is not a kids ball.

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OQ=oh no, this is not a kids' ball.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The ball came to rest in the trunk

of a car and pushed it nearly

20 feet.

Workers had been using the wrecking
ball to demolish part of a

library at Allegheny College when the
cable snapped.

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GRAPHIC=Rabies A Salem man is the latest person


to encounter a rabid animals this
summer.
TAKE MAP FS ON APRISA TAKE MAP

Just before the weekend, Lewis
Goode shot and kill a rabid fox after
his dog encountered the animal in his
yard in the 900 block of North Camp
Road.

Hollani Davis reports.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=RIGHT AROUND HERE...




*CG locator Salem

:00
*CG 2line Lewis Goode
Dog Attacked by Rabid Fox
:18


*CG reporter Hollani Davis
hdavis@wdbj7.com
:25

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OQ=HD News 7.





<<
ENG#= NATS FULL


NATS FULL 03:50:27 "RIGHT AROUND HERE IS WHERE I
INQ= FIRST SAW IT ."30 (3)


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OQ=



Lewis Goode is talking about the
deranged animal that attacked his dog
last Friday.



ENG#= NATS FULL


NATS FULL NATS OF (ryan you got a close up
INQ= shot of her breathing or some type of


noise) (1)
RUNS01 (END NATS)

OQ=



Goode was actually asleep in his
bed when all the commotion started

around 4:30 in the morning. At first
he thought his beloved Bailey was
simply chasing off a deer.



ENG#= SOT FULL



SOT FULL 03:46:29 "I COULD HEAR HER
INQ= FIGHTING WITH SOMETHING, TUSSLING WITH


SOMETHING ON THIS SIDE OF THE YARD." 31
(2)

RUNS02 (END SOT)



OQ=



That something turned out to be a
fox which tested positive for rabies.
And this isn't the only case we seen in
the past few weeks. A couple of days
ago in Clifton Forge, animal control
officers tried to round up all the
stray cats after a rabid cat bit
someone. And this bite came from a fox
last month in Blacksburg.



ENG#= SOT FULL



SOT FULL 03:49:29 "WE HAVE TO KEEP HER
INQ= QUARANTIENED FOR THE NEXT 40 SOMETHING


DAYS BUT OTHER THAN THAT, WE HAVEN'T
SEEN A REAL DIFFERNECE IN HER." 40 (10)

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OQ=



These days Bailey is sticking

even closer to her owner. and he's
keeping a closer watch for wild
animals. This is one wake up call he
doesn't want to get again.



ENG#= SOT FULL



SOT FULL 03:48:34 "YEA NOT A GOOD ONE.
INQ= (man laughs)" 35 (1)



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OQ=


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SS=None Fortunately, all of Bailey's


shots were up to date.

Both the vet and her owner are
expecting her to pull through.

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You can learn more about rabies from
the Centers for Disease Control. We've
put a link to its page at
WDBJ7-dot-com. Just click on the
weblinks button.



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GRAPHIC=Winter Weather If the heat's too much for you here--


how about a trip down to Buenos Aires?

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




*CG locator Buenos Aires, Argentina

Thousands of Argentines are
enjoying the city's first major

snowfall since 19- 18.

Excited children built snow men.

The storm arrived on Argentina's
Independence Day holiday, and follows a
bitter cold snap in the capital city.

Temperatures dipping below freezing
have contributed to an energy crisis

and 23 deaths from exposure.


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was
DOWN 27 points. The NASDAQ has dropped
nine.

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SOFT MUSIC UNDER There's more News 7 to come . Stay
with us.
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GRAPHIC=GIRL SCOUTS When you think of the girl scouts,


cookies come to mind.

But now they want to be known for
something else.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The Girl Scouts want to open a camp



on Yellow Mountain Road, about a mile
off of Route 220 in Roanoke County.

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GRAPHIC=none Last night the project went


before the Planning Commission.

News 7's Justin McLeod has
details and reaction.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke Co.
:00






*CG 2line Jen Ward
Girl Scouts Spokesperson
:12


*CG locator April
:19




*CG 2line Jack Peay
Concerned Resident

1:12


*CG 2line Carolyn Holland
Concerned Resident
1:26


*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com
1:34

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OQ=jm, news 7



<<(NAT SOUND OF KIDS PLAYING AT 2:55,
OR 3:47))

It's currently being used as a sports
camp, but the girl scouts want to take
this property along Yellow Mountain
Road and transform it into a camp of
the 21st century.

SOT FULL 8:34 SOT FULL



INQ=The need is very JEN WARD/GIRL SCOUTS SPOKESPERSON: THE


NEED IS VERY GREAT RIGHT NOW BECAUSE
GIRLS ATTITUDES HAVE CHANGED, THEIR
IDEAS HAVE CHANGED, THE THINGS THEY
WANT HAVE CHANGED.

RUNS09 (END SOT)



OQ=want have changed And they couldn't get that at Dark


Hollow, the previous girl scout camp of
more than fifty years.

It didn't even have running water.


SOT FULL 7:48 SOT FULL



INQ=I think a lot JEN WARD: I THINK A LOT OF THE GIRLS


REALLY TOLD US THEY WANTED FLUSH
TOILETS AND SHOWERS WOULD BE A BONUS,
RUNNING WATER ALL OF THOSE THINGS WERE
IMPORTANT TO GIRLS TODAY AND WE DIDN'T
HAVE THEM AT THE FACILITY.

RUNS10 (END SOT)



OQ=at the facility The new place will have those modern


amenities, along with large athletic
fields, a program center, archery
range, even a creek nearby for swimming
and canoeing.

((QUICK NAT SOUND OF WATER))

What's not there, the girl scouts
plan to build, including cabins, an
aquatics center, and an amphitheater.

The girl scouts insist this will
enhance the area, not hurt it.

SOT FULL 13:08 SOT FULL



INQ=Oh definetely JEN WARD: OH DEFINITELY. GIRL SCOUTS


ARE ALWAYS GOOD NEIGHBORS.

RUNS03 (END SOT)



OQ=GOOD NEIGHBORS That may be true but nearby


residents still have plenty of
concerns.

The main one brought up at this
meeting? Traffic.

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INQ=Somebody's going JACK PEAY: SOMEBODY'S GOING TO BE BACK


OUT ON 220 AND NOT GOING TO HAVE ENOUGH
SENSE TO GO ON DOWN FURTHER AND TURN
AROUND GO BACK AND WE'VE HAD SOME FATAL
ACCIDENTS ALL UP 220, IT'S A REALLY BAD
ROAD.

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OQ=bad road To address it, the girl scouts plan


to shuttle in some of the campers.

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INQ=I like to take CAROLYN HOLLAND/CONCERNED RESIDENT: I


LIKE TO TAKE MY SON TO A PLACE, DROP
HIM OFF, KNOW HE WAS THERE, LEAVE, COME
AND PICK HIM UP, I DIDN'T NECESSARILY
WANT TO PUT HIM ON A SHUTTLE BUS.

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OQ=on a shuttle bus





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INQ= JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: DESPITE THOSE


CONCERNS, THE PLANNING COMMISSION
UNANIMOUSLY GAVE THE PROJECT THE GREEN
LIGHT. THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WILL
NOT TAKE THIS ISSUE UP AT ITS JULY 24TH
MEETING. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.

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OQ=JM, NEWS 7


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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER They've got to be feeling the
magic today..

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VO-NAT




*CG tease PRINT IT

Up next we'll tell you how three
young actors are making a lasting
impression on Hollywood.
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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=MLB The major league season has hit


its all-star break, and last night the
all-stars got together in San Francisco
for the annual Homerun derby.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG locator San Francisco, CA
ESPN The atmosphere was festive with
pre- game fireworks and a pre-event
concert from the Counting Crows.

The homers were plentiful - even
though Barry Bonds, Alex Rodriquez, and
David Ortiz among many others did not
participate.

One guy who was called in at the
last minute - put on a show.

Former Salem Avalanche star Matt
Holliday was named a replacement.

The Colorado Rockies star has 15
homers in the first half of the season,
and in the first round last night he
would hit five to advance to the next
round.

In the second round he put on an
even more impressive show, as he hit
eight homers out of the park.

But his 13 homers came up short,
as the Angels' Vladimir Guerrero won
the derby with 17.

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GRAPHIC=TECH The Hokies' first football


game isn't until September 1st, and
there is a lot of preparation to be
done between now and then.

The majority of the Tech
team is already back on campus,
including several freshmen who are
getting adjusted to their new
surroundings with a daily dose of
pigskins and academics.

Travis Wells says it's not boot
camp, but it's pretty close.

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INQ=FIRST AUDIO




*CG locator Blacksburg
:00




*CG 2line Blake DeChristopher
Va. Tech Freshman Offensive Lineman
:19


*CG 2line Tyrod Taylor
Va. Tech Freshman Quarterback
:27



*CG 2line Colin Howlette
VT Academic Support Services
:46


*CG 2line John Ballein
VT Director of Football Operations
1:24


*CG 2line Patrick Terry
Va. Tech Freshman Wide Receiver
1:39


*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com
2:07



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OQ=News 7 Sports." <<17 members of the Hokies 2007
(END SOT) freshman class are enrolled in the


school's second summer session, walking
the sprawling campus, while trying to
figure out how to juggle multiple
obligations, not the least of which is
college academics.

BLAKE DECHRISTOPHER/TECH FRESHMAN
OFFENSIVE TACKLE:

TYROD TAYLOR/TECH FRESHMAN QUARTERBACK:

COLIN HOWLETT/ACADEMIC SUPPORT
SERVICES:


Their nameplates are already in place
in the locker room, but there's plenty
to learn before fall camp opens in
early August.

JOHN BALLEIN/ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIR.
FOOTBALL OPERATIONS:

PATRICK TERRY/TECH FRESHMAN WIDE
RECEIVER:

TRAVIS WELLS:



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GRAPHIC=None Finally today there is concrete


evidence to the popularity of the Harry
Potter movies.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
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*CG locator Hollywood, CA

Yesterday, the three young stars were
asked to leave their prints in cement
in front of Hollywood's Grauman Chinese
theater.

Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and
Rupert Grint, left prints of their
feet, hands and magic wands .


Radcliffe says he was excited,
because one of his favorite actors did
the same back in 1950.

It's John Wayne who left bootprints
and the imprint of his fist.

"Harry Potter and the Order of the
Phoenix" opens in theaters tomorrow.

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