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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

We'll wrap up the work week
on a hot note...look for highs today in
the mid 90s.

But even hotter tomorrow.

Meteorologist Jay Webb has the
full forecast details, straight ahead.





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GRAPHIC=Abuser Fees The state's new abuser fees may


soon not be so abusive.

That's according to plans
announced by several G-O-P lawmakers.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond

They want to eliminate the fees
for less- serious traffic offenses like
driving an uninsured vehicle.

ALL of the state's reckless
driving laws will be re-assessed....

AND, judges will be given the
power to waive the fees in cases where
a person is driving on a suspended
license because he or she can't afford
to pay court fines or fees.

ENG=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=It's gonna work and...




*CG 2line William Howell

(R) Fredericksburg



QUICK!!!


*CG 2line Sen. Walter Stosch

(R) Henrico 44:57 SPKR: WILLIAM HOWELL: IT'S

:05 GONNA WORK AND IT'S GOING TO, IT'S
GONNA HAVE A POSITIVE AFFECT. 04

35:47 SEN. WALTER STOSCH: FROM JULY OF
LAST YEAR TO JULY OF THIS YEAR RECKLESS
DRIVING CITATIONS ISSUED BY OUR STATE
POLICE FOR THE MONTH ARE DOWN 27-
PERCENT. SPEEDING CITATIONS ARE DOWN
11- PERCENT. 11

RUNS=20 (END SOT)



OQ=speeding citations are down 11-

percent.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Any changes made to the law will
be applied retroactively so some
drivers already paying the fees could
get refunds.

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GRAPHIC=NONE More than 50 dogs seized from


Michael Vick's property may be put to
sleep today.

A judge is expected to make the
final decision, but is there any real
chance of adoption ..

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The animal rights group "PETA"

NO SUPER doesn't think the dogs will live.

A spokeswoman says the dogs are
not adoptable as pets.

She says dogs trained to fight
are like a "ticking time bomb".

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GRAPHIC=NONE PETA doesn't think there is much


hope for these animals since they have
been taught to fight.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Lexington

But Cher McCoy disagrees...she's
trained dogs for 25 years and says not
all dogs conditioned to fight have to
be put to sleep.

She believes some of them can be
rehabilitated with time, patience and a
skilled dog handler to help train.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=I teach the




*CG 2line Cher McCoy
Lexington Pet Care Center Owner 12:22:54-:04

I TEACH THE DOG THAT I'M GOING TO GIVE
THEM SOMETHING MUCH BETTER THAT THEY
WANT THAN CHASING AFTER THAT DOG OR
REACTING TO THAT DOG.

RUNS=10 (END SOT)



OQ=reacting to that dog.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Once the dogs are retrained,
McCoy says they cannot be placed in any
home environment.

They have to be paired with a
trained person.

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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.

No break from the heat-- look
for highs today in the mid 90s..but
possibly setting records tomorrow as
temperatures climb into the upper 90s.

Meteorologist Jay Webb has the
Skytracker 7 forecast, after the news.


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GRAPHIC=Carbon Monoxide Poisoning The two Blacksburg carbon


monoxide victims still hospitalized are
both improving at UVA Medical Center.
TAKE JULIA FS TAKE FS GFX

Kristin Julia of Ashburn is now
in "good" condition. Earlier yesterday
she was listed as "fair".

TAKE HALIK FS NEXT FS GFX

And Kirsten Halik's condition has
also been upgraded from "fair" to
"good".
TAKE DUKE 3S FS NEXT FS GFX

Virginia Tech says all three
sophomores treated at Duke Medical
Center have now been released.

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GRAPHIC=VIRGINIA TECH Missed the opportunity to pick


up a Hokie T-shirt honoring the victims
of April 16th?

Now you have another chance.

ENG#= 1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Blacksburg

The maroon shirts hit shelves
this week, and are once again selling
fast.

The group Hokies United sold
120-thousand of the shirts at the end
of the school year.

At the time the money went to the
Hokie Spirit Memorial fund.

This time around the shirts are
10 dollars and will help fund the
September 6th concert for Virginia
Tech.

The shirts are available at the
University Bookstore and Volume Two
Bookstore in Blacksburg.

They will be on sale for only two
more weeks.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC= None There are more than 1200 people


of Indian decent in Southwest Virginia.

Part of that diversity will be
celebrated tomorrow in the Festival of
India.

ENG#= 2 VO NAT


VO NAT


*CG locator Roanoke Co.

The India Heritage Society has
planned a day-long event filled with
fun, live entertainment.

Four different forms of Indian
dance will be performed and a 30-minute
dance class will be offered.

The festival will have a fashion
show and there will be games for kids.

Close to 400 people helped to get
this event together.

Organizers say the festival is a
good opportunity to share the Indian
culture with the community, and also
the food.

There will be 20 varieties of
Indian cuisine available, representing
the country's different regions.



ENG#=3 SOT FULL
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INQ= all the volunteers




*CG 2line Hiren Patel
Festival of India

01.38.00 "ALL THE VOLUNTEERS WORKED
VERY HARD TO PREPARE THE FOOD. LIKE

YOU KNOW, INDIA IS THE LAND OF SPICE.
SO WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A DIFFERENT
LEVEL OF SPICE TO ACCOMIDATE
EVERYBODY'S TASTE." 01.38.13 (:13)



RUNS= :13 (SOT FULL)



OQ= everybody's taste.




VO NAT VO NAT

The Festival of India is free to
everyone.

It will be at Elmwood Park from
11-to-5.
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LEO IN CHROMAKEY

< Webb in the SkyTracker7 Forecast

Center. Welcome to your Friday!
Limited rain chances for us today as
strong to severe thunderstorms line up
along a cold front in the Ohio River
Valley and back toward the Missouri
Valley. As high pressure retreats off
the Atlantic coast, we'll see a warm
day with highs in the low to mid 90s.
Record heat is possible today
(Roanoke's record high: 93/1998). Warm
and muggy tonight with lows near 70.
Skies will be hazy overnight. There's a
chance of a few afternoon showers and
storms Saturday afternoon, mainly in
the western viewing area. Some of these
storms could drift eastward during the
evening. Even at that, most of Saturday
will be dry and very hot. Once again,
records may fall Saturday with highs
forecast in the mid and upper 90s.
(Roanoke's record high Saturday:
95/1993). Sunday offers the best chance
of rain as the cold front to our west
today finally pushes into the area.
Still warm Sunday with highs in the low
90s. Early next week is looking mainly
dry with cooler temperatures.

FRIDAY: Hazy sunshine and very hot.
High: 94


FRIDAY NIGHT: Hazy skies and muggy.
Low: 72

Have a great weekend! --Meteorologist
Jay Webb>>





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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'll wrap up the work week on a hot
note...look for highs today in the mid
90s.

But even hotter tomorrow.

Meteorologist Jay Webb has the
full forecast details, straight ahead.


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GRAPHIC=NONE A federal agency and a private


developer have set their sights on the
Jefferson Lodge, as they make plans for
a new Social Security Building in
downtown Roanoke.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Yesterday, the city confirmed a
private developer has received federal
approval to proceed at that location.

Roanoke College owns the

property, and is currently negotiating
with a potential buyer, but it's
unclear whether they've completed a
deal.

Chuck Caruso has lived at the
Jefferson Lodge for ten months, and
hopes to stay.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL 00:05:25



INQ=There's a lot of good people




*CG 2line Chuck Caruso
Jefferson Lodge Resident CHUCK CARUSO/JEFFERSON LODGE RESIDENT:
THERE'S A LOT OF GOOD PEOPLE THAT'S
LIVED HERE FOR A LONG TIME. IT'S A
POSSIBILITY THEY MAY LOSE THEIR HOMES
AS FAR AS PROGRESS. AND IT JUST DOESN'T
SEEM RIGHT TO ME.

RUNS=10 (END SOT)



OQ=just doesn't seem right to me.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



An earlier decision NOT to build
on Henry Street was a victory for
Gainsboro advocates who had opposed the
project there.

(END VO) (END VO)


KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none The General Services



Administration says groundbreaking on
Jefferson Street could come in the
Spring of 2008, and the social security
building could be open for business
during the summer of 2010.

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GRAPHIC= TRIGGER HAPPY A rescue and a reunion..all in the


same week for a horse in Franklin
County.

ENG#=3 VO NAT

VO NAT


*CG locator Franklin Co.

The other night James Swain of
Lynchburg saw his horse Trigger on the
news.

He then called his sister who
also saw the story.

Neither of them had any idea that
Trigger was missing.

Wednesday, Swain's sister brought
pictures of their horse to the Roanoke
Valley Horse Rescue to identify him.


ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=Well....




*CG 2line Gladiola Walthall-Phelps
Trigger's Owner 35:17"WELL, HE'S VERY SPECIAL. MY
BROTHER TAKES HIM OVER THE BEDFORD AND
WORKS HIM AND BRINGS HIM BACK. AND,
EVERYONE IN THE FAMILY USES HIM AND SO
FORTH. HE'S BEEN A PRETTY NICE
HORSE."35:28

RUNS=11 (SOT FULL)



OQ=...pretty nice horse."




VO NAT VO NAT

Over the past couple of days the
rescue center says they've received
dozens of phone calls and emails
concerning Trigger.

The brother and sister say
they're thankful for the many people
who helped during the rescue.
END VO END VO
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GRAPHIC+ Trigger will stay at the rescue
center for about 10 days until he's
ready to go back home.

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*CG 307


LEO IN CHROMAKEY

LEO IN CHROMAKEY

< Webb in the SkyTracker7 Forecast
Center. Welcome to your Friday!
Limited rain chances for us today as
strong to severe thunderstorms line up
along a cold front in the Ohio River
Valley and back toward the Missouri
Valley. As high pressure retreats off
the Atlantic coast, we'll see a warm
day with highs in the low to mid 90s.
Record heat is possible today
(Roanoke's record high: 93/1998). Warm
and muggy tonight with lows near 70.
Skies will be hazy overnight. There's a
chance of a few afternoon showers and
storms Saturday afternoon, mainly in
the western viewing area. Some of these

storms could drift eastward during the
evening. Even at that, most of Saturday
will be dry and very hot. Once again,
records may fall Saturday with highs
forecast in the mid and upper 90s.
(Roanoke's record high Saturday:
95/1993). Sunday offers the best chance
of rain as the cold front to our west
today finally pushes into the area.
Still warm Sunday with highs in the low
90s. Early next week is looking mainly
dry with cooler temperatures.

FRIDAY: Hazy sunshine and very hot.
High: 94

FRIDAY NIGHT: Hazy skies and muggy.
Low: 72

Have a great weekend! --Meteorologist
Jay Webb>>





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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.

No break from the heat-- look for highs
today in the mid 90s..but possibly
setting records tomorrow as
temperatures climb into the upper 90s.

Meteorologist Jay Webb has the
Skytracker 7 forecast, after the news.





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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None We have an update on a story we


reported earlier this morning.

A two-year-old who was reported
missing in Pittsylvania County last
night has been found and is safe.

The Sheriff's Office says Seth
Michael Bates was found early this
morning
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GRAPHIC=NONE A man was kicked out of a bar


TWICE the same night, then run over
TWICE before he died.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT :25
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Now Zane Angle is being held
responsible for the man's death.

Angle was not at the wheel of
either vehicle, and not the one who
made him leave the Coffee Pot last
October.

Angle punched Brian Keith
Dickerson as Dickerson was waiting for

a cab on Brambleton Avenue.

The single punch knocked
Dickerson into the street. It was the
impact from the second car that killed
him.

Angle is now on trial for
involuntary manslaughter.

(END VO) (END VO)












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GRAPHIC=none A teenage driver will be charged


after a three car crash on Route 24
Thursday evening.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Bedford Co.

It happened just east of Staunton
River high school in Bedford County.

Police say the driver of this
Mercury Cougar tried to make a left
hand turn off of Route 24, and pulled

right in front of a Jeep Liberty.

A juvenile passenger in the
Mercury was airlifted to Roanoke
Memorial. The teen driver, and the
driver of the Jeep were also taken to
R-M-H.

A third car was hit while waiting
at the stop sign.

The teen's charged with failure
to yeild the right of way.

(END VO) (END VO)




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GRAPHIC=NONE Ten thousand Vinton water


customers could s
oon have to deal with low water
pressure.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

The public works department is
preparing to have its one-MILLION
gallon parkway water tank refurbished.

Right now the tank is being
drained.


Once that's done, it will be out
of service for 45-days while its
cleaned on the inside and out- and then
repainted.

The work begins Monday.

WIPE TO ENG#=4 WIPE TO ENG#=4


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VO-NAT




*CG locator Amherst

Meanwhile, people that live in
Amherst are being asked to voluntarily
cut back on their water usage...

.... things like watering
their lawns, washing cars or refilling
swimming pools.

The town pulls about 750 gallons
a minute from the Buffalo River ... but
a drop in river levels has the town
looking at ways to reduce that usage.

If the dry weather continues or
if it's not done voluntarily, the
restrictions could become mandatory.

The town's doing its part by
turning off the fountain in the Route
60 traffic circle.


(END VO) (END VO)


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LEO IN CHROMAKEY

LEO IN CHROMAKEY

< Webb in the SkyTracker7 Forecast
Center. Welcome to your Friday!
Limited rain chances for us today as
strong to severe thunderstorms line up
along a cold front in the Ohio River
Valley and back toward the Missouri
Valley. As high pressure retreats off
the Atlantic coast, we'll see a warm
day with highs in the low to mid 90s.
Record heat is possible today
(Roanoke's record high: 93/1998). Warm
and muggy tonight with lows near 70.
Skies will be hazy overnight. There's a
chance of a few afternoon showers and
storms Saturday afternoon, mainly in
the western viewing area. Some of these
storms could drift eastward during the

evening. Even at that, most of Saturday
will be dry and very hot. Once again,
records may fall Saturday with highs
forecast in the mid and upper 90s.
(Roanoke's record high Saturday:
95/1993). Sunday offers the best chance
of rain as the cold front to our west
today finally pushes into the area.
Still warm Sunday with highs in the low
90s. Early next week is looking mainly
dry with cooler temperatures.

FRIDAY: Hazy sunshine and very hot.
High: 94

FRIDAY NIGHT: Hazy skies and muggy.
Low: 72

Have a great weekend! --Meteorologist
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