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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Mostly sunny-- with just a
slight chance of storms.

Meteororologist Brent Watts
has your Skytracker 7 forecast, up
next.










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GRAPHIC=none The shooting rampage at Virginia


Tech in April has prompted a conference
today in Richmond on campus safety.

Governor Tim Kaine called the
conference following the Tech shootings
that left 33 dead, including the
gunman.

Representatives from all state
higher education institutions were
invited to attend the conference.

It's being held at Virginia
Commonwealth University.
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GRAPHIC=Short Family A memorial bike ride was held


yesterday to honor the Short family.

Mike and Mary Short were found
shot dead in their home five years ago
in Henry County.

Their nine-year-old daughter
Jennifer was found a month and a half

later in North Carolina.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Henry Co.

The bikers followed a route from
the Shorts' home in Henry County, to
the site in North Carolina where
police found Jennifer's remains.

They hope their efforts generate
new interest about the case.

Reba Sink plans to leave a
picture and flowers in North Carolina
at the location where the remains were
found.

Sink hopes it will jar somebody's
memory because she's convinced the
truth is still out there.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
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INQ=if they live down




*CG 2line Reba Sink
Relative IF THEY LIVE DOWN THAT WAY, THE GUILT
WILL EAT THEM ALIVE. AND EVENTUALLY
THEY WILL COME FORWARD.

RUNS=:05 (END SOT)



OQ=will come forward






VO-NAT VO-NAT



For now, Henry County Sheriff's
Office has two investigators assigned
to the case.

Sheriff Lane Perry says they
haven't received any tangible leads in
a while but calls still come in.

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GRAPHIC=Oliver Hill Obit A week after his death, civil


rights pioneer Oliver Hill was honored
yesterday at a memorial service in
Richmond.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=I ASSERT NO...




*CG 2line Gov. Tim Kaine




Gov. Tim Kaine:

"I ASSERT NO VIRGINIAN IN THE PAST 100
YEARS HAS HAD AS MUCH AN IMPACT ON THE
LIFE OF EVERY PERSON IN THIS
COMMONWEALTH AS OLIVER HILL

RUNS=10 (END SOT)



OQ=AS OLIVER HILL





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Richmond

Family and a room full of
dignitaries remembered the late civil
rights lawyer during the service.

Hill is credited for breaking
down segregation in the classroom as
well as the courtroom.



ENG#=4 SOT FULL
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INQ=I DON'T THINK....




*CG 2line Rep. Bobby Scott

(D) 6th District



REP. BOBBY SCOTT, U-S. HOUSE (D) "I
DON'T THINK THERE'S ANY QUESTION THAT
THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR AFRICAN
AMERICAN'S WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN THERE
BUT FOR THE WORK OF OLIVER HILL AND
OTHERS, SO MY PRESENCE IN CONGRESS IS

CERTAINLY A TRIBUTE TO HIS WORK.">

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=TRIBUTE TO HIS WORK.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Oliver Hill died a week ago.

He was 100.

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upper 80s and low 90s across the
region. A stray shower or storm may
fire this afternoon, but most of the
region is expected to stay dry. Gusty
winds may accompany any storm which
develops. Even drier air moves in
tonight, leading to a mostly clear

night. The rest of the week calls for
mostly to partly sunny skies with
limited rain chances. Overall, the
upcoming week will be warm with
Wednesday being the hottest day as
afternoon highs return to the mid 90s.

Temperatures will rapidly warm today
ahead of an approaching front. Look for
upper 80s and low 90s across the
region. A stray shower or storm may
fire this afternoon, but most of the
region is expected to stay dry. Gusty
winds may accompany any storm which
develops. Even drier air moves in
tonight, leading to a mostly clear
night. The rest of the week calls for
mostly to partly sunny skies with
limited rain chances. Overall, the
upcoming week will be warm with
Wednesday being the hottest day as
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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

We're starting off another
work week on a hot note-- but not quite
as hot as last week.

Meteorologist Brent Watts has
the full forecast details, straight
ahead.









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GRAPHIC=none RIDE Solutions and the Roanoke


Valley-Alleghany Regional Commission
has launched a Bike Rack Donation
Program.

Qualifying area businesses and
organizations can apply to receive a
free bicycle rack and installation.

Bicycling is called the cleanest
form of commuting and, of course, an
excellent form of recreation.

ENG#=1 VO NAT

VO NAT


*CG locator Roanoke

To that end, RIDE Solutions is
hoping to encourage area workers to
bike to work at least once a week.

Directors say that would mean
cleaner air, less traffic congestion,
less energy use, and an overall
healthier community.

To receive the free bike rack,

businesses must apply and meet a set
criteria.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
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INQ= are they




*CG 2line Jeremy Holmes
Program Director, RIDE Solutions 01.43 "ARE THEY ON BIKE LANES? ARE
THEY NEAR GREENWAYS? WHAT KIND OF USES
ARE THEY GETTING ALREADY OF EMPLOYEES
BICYCLING TO WORK. WHAT OPPORTUNITY IS
THERE TO BICYCLE TO WORK. WE RATE ALL
THOSE AND IF THEY QUALIFY WE PROVIDE UP
TO THE NUMBER OF BIKE RACKS THEY'VE
REQUESTED AND THE INSTILLATION, IF
NECESSARY, FOR THOSE RACKS." 02.04
(:21)

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OQ= those racks.




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GRAPHIC=NONE So far, Shenandoah Life and


Carilion have expressed interest in the
free bike rack program.

And in the next few days, the
first racks will be installed at Lord
Botetourt High School.
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And there are still a lot of

opportunity for businesses in the
Roanoke Valley to participate.

For more information about the
application process you can call
540-342-9393.

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GRAPHIC=None A mandolin player from Blacksburg


took top honors this weekend at the Old
Fiddlers Convention in Galax.

Aaron Williams was named the best
All Around Performer when the
competition wrapped yesterday.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Galax
Tuesday Dry weather, big crowds and
plenty of good music made for a winning
combination.

The Galax Moose Lodge has
sponsored the fiddlers convention since
1935, and thousands crowded into Felts

Park again this year.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=None The Deer Creek Boys from Amherst


County provided the winning performance
in the bluegrass band competition.

And Southern Pride from Galax was
the top old time band.
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To find a list of all the
winners, you can log onto our website
at WDBJ-7-DOT-COM. Click on weblinks.


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*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com



LEO IN CHROMAKEY

LEO IN CHROMAKEY

< ahead of an approaching front. Look for
upper 80s and low 90s across the
region. A stray shower or storm may
fire this afternoon, but most of the
region is expected to stay dry. Gusty
winds may accompany any storm which
develops. Even drier air moves in
tonight, leading to a mostly clear
night. The rest of the week calls for
mostly to partly sunny skies with
limited rain chances. Overall, the
upcoming week will be warm with
Wednesday being the hottest day as
afternoon highs return to the mid 90s.

Temperatures will rapidly warm today
ahead of an approaching front. Look for
upper 80s and low 90s across the
region. A stray shower or storm may
fire this afternoon, but most of the
region is expected to stay dry. Gusty
winds may accompany any storm which
develops. Even drier air moves in
tonight, leading to a mostly clear
night. The rest of the week calls for
mostly to partly sunny skies with
limited rain chances. Overall, the

upcoming week will be warm with
Wednesday being the hottest day as
afternoon highs return to the mid
90s.>>



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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Mostly sunny-- with just a slight
chance of storms.

Meterorologist Brent Watts
has your Skytracker 7 forecast, up
next.




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GRAPHIC=Drowning A four-year old boy from


Covington drowned in the Cowpasture
River.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG locator Bath Co.

It happened near a section of the
river close to Route 632, near Route 42
in Bath County.

Around six o'clock Saturday
night, emergency crews got the call
that the child was in trouble.

Witnesses say he was last seen on
a raft before he went under.

Eventually Derrick Beirne Burn
was pulled out of the water.

He later died at Alleghany
Regional Hospital.

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GRAPHIC=Crime, generic In Danville, an 18-year-old girl


was found dead in her bed.

And police say her death looks
suspicious.
TAKE MAP TAKE MAP

The victim, Amanda Twaney, lived
in the four hundred block of Williamson
Road.

Police say a family member found

her around 9:45 yesterday morning.

Detectives have not said why her
death is raising eyebrows but they've
sent her body to the medical examiner's
office for an autopsy.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Blacksburg High School's


football team is getting ready for what
it hopes will be one of those special
seasons.

Blacksburg is loaded with talent
and experience, and despite the number
of tough teams in the River Ridge
district -Coach Dave Crist says the
Bruins have extremely high hopes for
2007.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=BITE




*CG 2line Dave Crist
Begins 33rd Season at Blacksburg






RUNS=:36 (END SOT)



OQ=...ATTITUDE OF THE WHOLE GROUP."





VO-NAT VO-NAT



With Radford coach Norm
Lineburg's retirement, Crist is now the
longest- tenured coach in the Friday
Football Extra coverage area with 33
years at Blacksburg.

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*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com


LEO IN CHROMAKEY

LEO IN CHROMAKEY

< ahead of an approaching front. Look for
upper 80s and low 90s across the
region. A stray shower or storm may
fire this afternoon, but most of the

region is expected to stay dry. Gusty
winds may accompany any storm which
develops. Even drier air moves in
tonight, leading to a mostly clear
night. The rest of the week calls for
mostly to partly sunny skies with
limited rain chances. Overall, the
upcoming week will be warm with
Wednesday being the hottest day as
afternoon highs return to the mid 90s.

Temperatures will rapidly warm today
ahead of an approaching front. Look for
upper 80s and low 90s across the
region. A stray shower or storm may
fire this afternoon, but most of the
region is expected to stay dry. Gusty
winds may accompany any storm which
develops. Even drier air moves in
tonight, leading to a mostly clear
night. The rest of the week calls for
mostly to partly sunny skies with
limited rain chances. Overall, the
upcoming week will be warm with
Wednesday being the hottest day as
afternoon highs return to the mid
90s.>>



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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

We're starting off another work week
on a hot note-- but not quite as hot as
last week.

Meteorologist Brent Watts has
the full forecast details, straight
ahead.



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GRAPHIC=none School officials will gather in


Richmond today for a conference on
campus safety.

Governor Tim Kaine called the
conference following the shootings at
Virginia Tech that left

33 dead including the gunman.

Representatives from all state
higher education institutions were
invited to attend the conference.

It's being held at Virginia

Commonwealth University.


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GRAPHIC=Oliver Hill Obit They came to pay tribute... But


more than that... They came to
celebrate the life of Oliver Hill
Senior...

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=I ASSERT NO...




*CG 2line Gov. Tim Kaine



Gov. Tim Kaine:

"I ASSERT NO VIRGINIAN IN THE PAST 100
YEARS HAS HAD AS MUCH AN IMPACT ON THE
LIFE OF EVERY PERSON IN THIS
COMMONWEALTH AS OLIVER HILL

RUNS=10 (END SOT)



OQ=AS OLIVER HILL





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Richmond

Yesterday evening, family and a
room full of dignitaries remembered the
late civil rights lawyer during a

memorial service.

Hill is credited for breaking
down segregation in the classroom as
well as the courtroom.



ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=I DON'T THINK....




*CG 2line Rep. Bobby Scott

(D) 6th District



REP. BOBBY SCOTT, U-S. HOUSE (D) "I
DON'T THINK THERE'S ANY QUESTION THAT
THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR AFRICAN
AMERICAN'S WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN THERE
BUT FOR THE WORK OF OLIVER HILL AND
OTHERS, SO MY PRESENCE IN CONGRESS IS
CERTAINLY A TRIBUTE TO HIS WORK.">

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=TRIBUTE TO HIS WORK.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Hundreds of strangers also packed
the Richmond Convention Center to hear
about the man who helped change the
course of history.

Hill died a week ago.

He was 100.

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GRAPHIC=None A local man is trying to "make


the cut" in the race for Congress by
offering haircuts to kids.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Sam Rasoul (Ras-ool) is vying for
the 6th district seat in the U-S House
of Representatives.

Yesterday, Rasoul offered hair
cuts for one dollar to help parents
alleviate those costly back-to-school
expenses.

The candidate is also running an
ice cream truck around the area with
free treats.

He admits his tactics are a
little out of the ordinary, but he
hopes this will help attract some
positive attention to his campaign.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL




INQ="We like to give a different

perspective..."


*CG 2line Sam Rasoul
Democratic Candidate for U.S. Rep. 25:10 "WE LIKE TO GIVE A DIFFERENT
PERSPECTIVE OF POLITICS. ALL TOO
OFTEN, THE ONLY TIME YOU SEE A
CANDIDATE IS RIGHT AROUND ELECTION DAY
OR AT A FUNDRAISER THEY MAY BE HAVING.
THAT IS DEFINITELY NOT THE TYPE OF
CAMPAIGN THAT WE'RE TRYING TO RUN"
25:21

RUNS=:11 (END SOT)



OQ="...trying to run."





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Rasoul is also organizing a
silent art auction to benefit Roanoke's
West End Center.

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*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com


LEO IN CHROMAKEY

LEO IN CHROMAKEY

< ahead of an approaching front. Look for
upper 80s and low 90s across the
region. A stray shower or storm may
fire this afternoon, but most of the
region is expected to stay dry. Gusty
winds may accompany any storm which
develops. Even drier air moves in
tonight, leading to a mostly clear
night. The rest of the week calls for
mostly to partly sunny skies with
limited rain chances. Overall, the
upcoming week will be warm with
Wednesday being the hottest day as
afternoon highs return to the mid 90s.

Temperatures will rapidly warm today
ahead of an approaching front. Look for
upper 80s and low 90s across the
region. A stray shower or storm may
fire this afternoon, but most of the
region is expected to stay dry. Gusty
winds may accompany any storm which
develops. Even drier air moves in

tonight, leading to a mostly clear
night. The rest of the week calls for
mostly to partly sunny skies with
limited rain chances. Overall, the
upcoming week will be warm with
Wednesday being the hottest day as
afternoon highs return to the mid
90s.>>



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