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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Once again, the heat of
summer is sticking around, with highs
climbing in to the lower 90s.

Meteorologist Leo Hisbrunner
has the full Skytracker 7 forecast,
after the news.






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GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech Music fans are probably counting


down the hours in Blacksburg this
morning.

That's because The Concert for
Virginia Tech kicks off at 6:00
tonight.

New River Valley Bureau Chief
Rachel DePompa has a preview.

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*CG standup Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com
:00
*CG locator Blacksburg
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GRAPHIC=Rats in School New information has become


available regarding the massive rat
problem at Fairview Elementary.

A little over a week ago, the
school system announced it was closing
Fairview until further notice because
the school is infested with rodents.

It now looks like the problem
dates back to 1999.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Documents obtained through the
Freedom of Information act show
exterminators were called to the school
on several occasions in the last few
years.

The school system fired the
exterminator last week.

They claim National
Exterminators, out of Martinsville, was
aware of the rodent infestation at
Fairview.

National Exterminators disputes

those claims.

The company indicates it will
defend itself legally if need be.

For now students will spend at
least a month in trailers at Preston
Park Elementary.

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If you'd like to read more
details about the rat problem, we've
posted the documents we obtained on our
website. Just log onto WDBJ7.com
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GRAPHIC=NONE Police in Martinsville are


questioning two suspects who may have
vandalized Martinsville High School.

Around nine thirty Tuesday night,
an employee at the school called the
cops because there was spray paint on
several areas of the school.

When police got there, they saw
two juveniles running away.


Those two were caught later and
questioned -- now charges are pending.
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*LEO IN CHROMAKEY LEO IN CHROMAKEY



WEATHER BUG

< will keep our skies mostly clear for
the rest of the week. The heat and
humidity will continue today and
tomorrow as highs top out near 90. The
weekend is looking like a
split-decision with partly sunny skies
Saturday, but rain showers "could" move
in by Sunday. An area of low pressure
several hundred miles off the
southeastern U.S. could make a move
toward the coastal Carolinas late in
the weekend. Also, an approaching front
may interact with this tropical
feature. We'll welcome the rain (if we

get it) because some of us are nearly
10" below average for the year. Stay
tuned as we watch the tropics.>>

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kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.


Temperatures are soaring
again today-- reaching the lower 90s by
this afternoon.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the details, coming up.




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GRAPHIC=TOY RECALL Mattel's announcement that it's


AGAIN recalling thousands of China-
made toys because of lead paint has
local toy stores worried about their
bottom line...

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Toy stores in Roanoke, like this
one at Tanglewood Mall don't carry the
products, but are still worried about
what future recalls could mean for
their holiday sales.

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INQ=IT'S ENTIRELY POSSIBLE...





*CG 2line Jeremy Bethel
X-treme Toy Store 07:04:20 "IT'S ENTIRELY POSSIBLE
I THINK WE'RE GOING TO SEE PARENTS
CHECKING THE LABELS WHERE THE TOY WAS
MADE AND THAT BEING THE CASE WE HAVE TO
TRY TO EDUCATE OURSELVES SO WE KNOW
WHERE THE PRODUCT WAS COMING FROM." 31

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OQ=PRODUCT WAS COMING FROM.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Employees urge parents to read
labels and look for warnings like this
that advertise whether the product has
an unusual amount of lead.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD We know that lead is dangerous for


children-- but just how toxic is it?

Authorities say in extreme cases,
lead exposure can cause brain damage or
even death.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Developmental pediatrician Dr.



Kathryn Kerkering Cur-Cur-ing says
parents shouldn't be overly alarmed,
just aware.

But, she warns kids under five
are especially vulnerable because
there's major brain development during
those years and children are prone to
putting things in their mouths.

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INQ=We know lead is a toxin.




*CG 2line Dr. Kathryn Kerkering
Developmental Pediatrician 17:08.00

WE KNOW LEAD IS A TOXIN TO THE BRAIN.
CHILDREN CAN HAVE HAD ELEVATED LEVELS
AND HAVE NO SYMPTOMS. I THINK THAT'S
ONE OF THINGS THATS A REAL CONCERN
HERE. (19) WHEN LEVELS GET QUITE HIGH
THEN THEY CAN GET SERIOUS
SYMPTOM-TOLOGY SUCH AS NAUSEOUS,
IRRITABILITY, EVEN COMA OR SEIZURES...
(30)

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OQ=.. even coma or seizures.


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GRAPHIC=HOLD According to the Centers for


Disease Control and Prevention - nearly
half a million children living in the

U-S have blood lead levels high enough
to cause irreversible damage to their
health.

Dr. Kerkering Cur-Cur-ing says
the main treatment for lead exposure -
get rid of the lead-based item.


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If you need to find out what's on
the list, or what you need to do to
return any toys, just log onto
WDBJ7.com
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LEO IN CHROMAKEY

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WEATHER BUG



WEATHER PRO

<
will keep our skies mostly clear for
the rest of the week. The heat and
humidity will continue today and
tomorrow as highs top out near 90. The
weekend is looking like a
split-decision with partly sunny skies
Saturday, but rain showers "could" move
in by Sunday. An area of low pressure
several hundred miles off the
southeastern U.S. could make a move
toward the coastal Carolinas late in
the weekend. Also, an approaching front
may interact with this tropical
feature. We'll welcome the rain (if we
get it) because some of us are nearly
10" below average for the year. Stay
tuned as we watch the tropics.>>
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09/06/2007 0kmcbroom 505:20 0:10 0:00 0:10 -- *CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Once again, the heat of summer is
sticking around, with highs climbing in
to the lower 90s.

Meteorologist Leo Hisbrunner
has the full Skytracker 7 forecast,
after the news.




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GRAPHIC=NONE Two of the new locations for the


Museum of the Confederacy are now
known.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond

The plan is to create satellite
museums.

One will be built near the
battlefield in Appomattox, a second is
planned for Chancellorsville.

Collectively the two locations
attract 700- thousand visitors each
year.

A third location will be
announced soon.

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INQ=This museum system idea seems to...




*CG 2line Waite Rawls
Museum of the Confederacy Director 1:51:18 WAITE RAWLS/MUSEUM OF THE
CONFEDERACY DIRECTOR: THIS MUSEUM
SYSTEM IDEA SEEMS TO BE THE ONE THAT
HAS FAR AND AWAY THE GREATEST POTENTIAL
FOR THE MUSEUM BECAUSE IT MAXIMIZES THE

NUMBER OF ARTIFACTS THAT WE CAN GET IN
PUBLIC VIEW AND THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE
THAT CAN SEE THOSE ARTIFACTS AND LEARN
FROM THEM.

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VO-NAT VO-NAT



Plans for the statewide system
depend on funding.

Rawls hopes to secure local,
state and federal tax dollars for the
project.

Meanwhile, the Confederate White
House will stay put.

Research and conservation work
will also remain in Richmond.

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GRAPHIC=none Appomattox tourism leaders figure


the Museum will be a big economic boost
for their area.

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VO-NAT





*CG locator Appomattox

Thousands of people already visit
the National Historical Park every
year.

Local leaders hope to keep those
tourists in the area longer by giving
them more to see.

Besides the Museum of the
Confederacy, the town is also working
to develop the Battle of Appomattox
Station battlefield site....they're
hoping to buy about 50 acres of mostly
wooded land for that site, turning it
into another tourist destination.

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GRAPHIC=VA LOTTERY It seems the Virginia Lottery was


pretty lucky itself this year.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond

Lottery forecasters predicted
they'd only raise about 400- million
dollars for public schools, but

yesterday handed Governor Tim Kaine a
check for 437- million dollars.

It was the best year yet for
lottery retailers, who get a bonus when
they sell a winning ticket.

Virginians won nearly 792-
million dollars.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
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INQ=The lottery turned over...




*CG 2line Sheila Hill-Christian
VA Lottery Director 53:47 SHEILA HILL- CHRISTIAN: THE
LOTTERY TURNED OVER 10.8 MILLION TO
VIRGINIA'S LITTERARY FUND. THAT 10.8
MILLION IS PRIZE MONEY THAT WAS NEVER
CLAIMED BY WINNERS. NOW WE REALLY LIKE
TURNING THIS MONEY OVER BUT WE WANT OUR
WINNERS TO DOUBLE AND TRIPLE CHECK
THOSE TICKETS FROM NOW ON.

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OQ=those tickets from now on.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Lottery sales make up about
seven- percent of education funding.

Since 1999, the lottery has
raised more than three- billion dollars
for schools.

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LEO IN CHROMAKEY

LEO IN CHROMAKEY



WEATHER BUG

<
will keep our skies mostly clear for
the rest of the week. The heat and
humidity will continue today and
tomorrow as highs top out near 90. The
weekend is looking like a
split-decision with partly sunny skies
Saturday, but rain showers "could" move
in by Sunday. An area of low pressure
several hundred miles off the
southeastern U.S. could make a move
toward the coastal Carolinas late in
the weekend. Also, an approaching front

may interact with this tropical
feature. We'll welcome the rain (if we
get it) because some of us are nearly
10" below average for the year. Stay
tuned as we watch the tropics.>>

WEATHERPRO


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kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM


GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Temperatures are soaring again
today-- reaching the lower 90s by this
afternoon.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the details, coming up.


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GRAPHIC=VIRGINIA TECH Blacksburg is getting ready for


one of if not the largest concert to
ever be held in Southwest Virginia.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Blacksburg

A concert for Virginia Tech kicks
off tonight at 6:00.

It's a free concert for faculty,
staff and students in the wake of the
April 16th tragedy.

Crews have spent the last two
days getting Lane Stadium ready and
covering the turf.

More than 50-thousand are
expected to attend and there are still

tickets left for the public.

You can buy them today at Cassell
Coliseum.

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GRAPHIC=none A big employer in Covington has


told its employees that it's shutting
down next year.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Covington
:00 A-E-T Films says it's closing
operations at their Covington facility
because they are cutting costs.

The plant made up only 10 percent
of the company's total production.

The facility was too expensive
to keep up, and it's more efficient to
move that production to its larger
plant in Indiana.

A-E-T Films makes flexible
plastic packaging, mostly for use in
the food industry.

The closing is affecting 126

people in the Covington area, including
workers like Todd Smith.

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INQ=YOU KNOW YOU




*CG 2line Todd Smith
AET Films Employee TODD SMITH, AET FILMS EMPLOYEE
:00 :52 YOU KNOW YOU HEAR SO MUCH STUFF BUT
I WASN'T LOOKING FOR IT BECAUSE I'VE
BEEN HEARING IT. MY DAD'S BEEN HERE
FOR 43 YEARS AND I'VE BEEN DOING IT FOR
EIGHT.1:04

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OQ=IT FOR EIGHT





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The plant is expected to shut
down no later than March 31st 2008.

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GRAPHIC=none Meanwhile, another business is


celebrating an expansion.


ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Synchrony (SINK-kroh-nee) is


moving to a 58- thousand square foot
building in Roanoke County's Valley
Tech Park.

Yesterday, county leaders and
company officials gathered for a ribbon
cutting ceremony.

The company is investing
one-point two million dollars in new
equipment and other improvements, and
plans to double its workforce to 56
employees over the next year.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL 00:03:24 PHIL SPARKS/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
INQ=It may not be PARTNERSHIP: IT MAY NOT BE THE 100-


MILLION DOLLAR EXPANSION WITH A
THOUSAND JOBS, BUT WHAT IT SAYS TO OUR
CITIZENS IS THAT WE CAN GROW HIGH-TECH
COMPANIES HERE. AND WE CAN ATTRACT
KNOWLEDGE BASED WORKERS HERE.

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OQ=attract knowledge based workers


here.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Synchrony manufactures magnetic
bearings and other equipment that goes
into high-speed machinery.


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LEO IN CHROMAKEY

LEO IN CHROMAKEY



WEATHER BUG

<
will keep our skies mostly clear for
the rest of the week. The heat and
humidity will continue today and
tomorrow as highs top out near 90. The
weekend is looking like a
split-decision with partly sunny skies
Saturday, but rain showers "could" move
in by Sunday. An area of low pressure
several hundred miles off the
southeastern U.S. could make a move
toward the coastal Carolinas late in

the weekend. Also, an approaching front
may interact with this tropical
feature. We'll welcome the rain (if we
get it) because some of us are nearly
10" below average for the year. Stay
tuned as we watch the tropics.>>

WEATHER PRO


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