06:00-01

Pulaski-Bodies

ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-89
GRAPHIC=Shooting


The Pulaski County Sheriff's Department is investigating what some believe is a murder-suicide.
The bodies of Betty D. Burgess and her estranged husband, Douglas, were discovered Saturday night in front of their home on Alum Spring Road.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Pulaski Co./Saturday Night;


Investigators say the couple had been separated for some time but Douglas Burgess was living in the house.
Neighbors say they heard shots ring out sometime around nine Saturday night.
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SOT 12:20:10
IN Q=SO WE WENT

((BARRY LANE: SO WE WENT OUT TO USE THE BATHROOM. ALL AT ONCE WE HEARD TWO SHOTS LIKE A HIGH POWERED RIFLE. LIKE 20 SECONDS LATER ANOTHER SHOT WENT UP.)) ((A.R. WEBB/PULASKI CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: RESPONDED TO HEARING GUN SHOTS IN THE AREA. WHEN THEY ARRIVED THEY FOUND TWO BODIES IN THE FRONT YARD, A MALE AND A FEMALE WITH APPARENT GUN SHOT WOUNDS.))
SUPER=07-Barry Lane; :00
SUPER=01-A.R. Webb/Pulaski Co. Sheriff's Dept.; :17
RUNS=:31
OUT Q=GUN SHOT WOUNDS
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VO-NAT


Webb says both suffered gun shot wounds to the head.
Investigators say Douglas Burgess was found clutching a high powered revolver, but there is evidence that there was another handgun at the scene.
Deputies believe Betty Burgess may have suffered other gunshot wounds from a smaller caliber gun before the fatal wound.
The incident is still under investigation.
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Day-Murder


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 96-91
GRAPHIC=Shooting


Authorities still have not released the names of the two men found dead in Southwest Roanoke Friday.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Friday;


The badly decomposed bodies were found in an apartment on Day Avenue.
An autopsy conducted Saturday showed that both men had been shot once in the head by a gun of the same type found near one of the bodies.
A maintenance man found the bodies after residents complained of a foul odor in the building.
Police say the men had been dead for about a week.
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Child-Abuse


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=Child Abuse


Roanoke City Social Services took custody of four children after police charged their parents with child abuse and neglect.
Police were called to the home on Berkeley Avenue Southwest Saturday night after the children thought someone was breaking in.
When police went inside they found rotten food and feces on the floor along with garbage and moldy dishes.
Two girls ages 16 and six were home as well as two 23- month old boys.
The 39- year- old mother said she had dropped the father off for work and then went to a bar for a pool tournament.

WEATHER


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=winter weather


The pacific northwest is taking another winter weather beating.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Seattle, WA;

4:00:00
Hurricane force winds swept through Oregon and Washington yesterday, dumping two more feet of snow in some areas.
Airport traffic was drastically slowed and tens of thousands of residents lost power.
Another storm is expected to hit the area later this week.
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GUATEMALA


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


Guatemala's civil war is officially over.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Guatemala City;


Yesterday government and rebel leaders signed a peace treaty.
Both sides vowed to tackle the poverty, repression and discrimination that sparked the fighting.
The thirty-six year old war left some one hundred forty thousand people dead.
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Gypsy-Moth


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net; edit 92-52
GRAPHIC=None


Good news for the area's trees.
State officials say not a single acre of Virginia was defoliated by gypsy moths this year.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/File Tape;


That follows a record year for destruction last year, when almost a million acres was ravaged.
But the list of localities whose forests are quarantined because of the moths will expand by 16 in January.
As of now, 90 localities are required to notify state agriculture officials when logs are transported.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=None


Experts say the moths probably will rebound in the future.

Bowl-Stuff


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-95
GRAPHIC=Tech/Nebraska


The upcoming Orange Bowl game is meaning good things for Roanoke airport.
Thousands of Virginia Tech fans are boarding planes to follow their team south.
Hokie fans are hoping Tech will introduce Nebraska to a new breed of bird.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The Fighting Gobblers are taking on the Cornhuskers in the Orange Bowl Tuesday night.
The New Year's Eve contest is drawing many southwest Virginians to Florida and some are turning the trip into a family reunion.
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SOT 13:33:07
IN Q=MY TWO SONS

((CHICK WISMAN/TECH FAN: MY TWO SONS AND DAUGHTER ARE GRADUATES THERE AND MY OLDER SON IS COMING IN FROM COLORADO TO MEET US DOWN THERE.))
SUPER=01-Chick Wisman/Tech Fan;
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=US DOWN THERE
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VO-NAT


But Tech is meeting a formidable foe in Miami.
Nebraska has won back to back national championships.
But these fans say they have divine guidance and no mountain is to high to climb when a good time is the goal.
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SOT 13:33:29
IN Q=I'M LIKE SEMONES

((MELBA WISMAN/TECH FAN: I'M LIKE SEMONES. HE SAYS WE CAN DO ALL THINGS THROUGH CHRIST. HE STRENGTHENS US. HE THINKS I'M SILLY. BUT I THINK HE'S ON OUR SIDE AND IF HE'S NOT THAT'S ALL RIGHT AND BESIDES GEORGE WALSH PICKED US TO WIN.)) ((MICKY HATCHER/TECH FAN: WE'LL GO. WE'LL HAVE A GOOD TIME. IT'LL BE A FUN GAME. IT'S A BIG GAME FOR TECH. IF WE WIN IT'S GREAT. IF WE LOSE IT'S FINE. NO WORRIES ABOUT NEBRASKA? NO. WIN OR LOSE THE PAY'S THE SAME.))
SUPER=01-Melba Wisman/Tech Fan; :00
SUPER=01-Micky Hatcher/Tech Fan; :13
RUNS=:25
OUT Q=PAY'S THE SAME



UVa


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=Va Tech


Last week we found out there may be a connection from college bowl game and student enrollment at Virginia Tech.
SS=Education


The same seems to be true with the University of Virginia.
University officials say a record number of students applied for -- and were offered -- early admission for the fall semester.
U-V-A admissions officers reviewed two-thousand 325 early-decision applications in recent months.
That's an increase of 36 percent over 19-94.

Common-Sense


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#Common Sense
GRAPHIC=Common Sense


Attention all 401-k participants...think putting the maximum percentage allowable into the savings plan is a little extreme?
In this week's edition of Common Sense, Len Besthoff says, think again.
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SOT
IN Q=When
SUPER=01-Dave Cissel/Financial Solutions; :23 (2nd time)
SUPER=@Len1; :36
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OUT Q=the newsdesk.

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SOT STANDUP TAPE 12:29:26
IN Q=Yet another

((Yet another study is indicating that Americans are not saving enough for their retirement. As Dave Cissel with Financial Solutions explains, if you're lucky enough to be among the young at heart, you better start saving now.))
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OUT Q=saving now.
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SOT from tape 1 11:06:28
IN Q=Well

((DAVE CISSEL/FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS: WELL I HATE TO BE DISCOURAGING, BUT PEOPLE IN THEIR 30'S ARE PROBABLY GOING TO NEED TO BE MILLIONAIRES BY THE TIME THEY RETIRE. ))
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MALL....TAPE II WITH STANDUPS
IN Q=And what are

(( And what are some ways that you could get started on the track of savings? DAVE CISSEL/FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS: WELL PROBABLY THE BEST WAY IS THROUGH A COMPANY SPONSORED 401-K PLAN, WHERE YOU CAN TAKE MONEY OUT FROM YOUR SALARY ON A TAX DEFERRED BASIS. THAT'S WHAT I WOULD RECOMMEND AS THE FIRST STEP.))
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OUT Q=first step.
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SOT STANDUP TAPE 12:33:24
IN Q=Cissel goes

((Cissel goes on to say that there's no set amount of money you put aside every month for a retirement plan, and another good rule of thumb, start a retirement plan right after you get a raise, because then you're not going to notice any decrease in your spending money, I'm Len Besthoff with this week's edition of Common Sense, let's send it back to the newsdesk. ))
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=hold


Now if you don't qualify for a 401-k plan, there are other options.
Check with a financial advisor for more details.

Skiing


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lba
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=skiing


It feels more like spring than mid-winter outside but ski operators in Virginia say they are not worried.
Steve Showalter, manager of Massanutten Resort, says warm ups like this are not unusual.
The colder-than-normal days of late November and most of December got the ski season off to a promising start.
Although the Christmas warm spell may have left the slopes in less than perfect condition, resort officials say skiers have been coming out.
Bryce near Basye in Shenandoah County has five of nine slopes open. The Homestead at Hot Springs has four of nine slopes open.
Massanutten has seven of 14 slopes open.

2-Scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=VB97-1
GRAPHIC=UVA


A former Boston Celtic was in Charlottesville watching his old team dominate the Radford Highlanders at U-Hall over the weekend.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Saturday;


Former Cavalier standout Junior Burrough was back checking out this year's edition of the Wahoos Hoops, as they dismantled the Highlanders.
The forward spent a year with the Celtics in the N-B-A, but was released before this season. Despite the setback, he's finding some greener pastures as a pro in Florence, Italy.
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SOT
IN Q="we're

((JUNIOR BURROUGH/NOW PLAYING OVERSEAS:))
SUPER=01-Junior Burrough/Now Playing Overseas; :00
RUNS=:21
OUT Q=....to be back
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nw-WEATHER


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=winter weather


First snow, then rain, that's the combination that has paralyzed Seattle, Washington.
Yesterday, the second major storm to churn through the region in four days brought up to 14 inches of snow, heavy rain and hurricane force winds.
Christine Chen has the story.
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SOT
IN Q=
SUPER=03-Seattle, WA; :00
SUPER=01-Tony Temeyosa/Stranded Motorist; :24
SUPER=01-Christie Satterlee/Grocery Store Clerk; :45
SUPER=03-Montlake, WA; :56
SUPER=01-John Parrott/Boat Owner

Lake Union; 1:08
SUPER=01-Ron Hilsinger/Houseboat Resident; 1:27
SUPER=01-Christine Chen/Reporting; 1:40 (no SU)
RUNS=1:44
OUT Q=for CBS News, Seattle.


PEACE


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


Central America's longest civil war is officially over.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Guatemala City;


Yesterday government and rebel leaders signed a peace treaty ending 36 years of civil conflict.
Both sides vowed to tackle the poverty, repression and discrimination that sparked the fighting.
At least 140-thousand died in the civil war.
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peru


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


At the hostage standoff in Lima, Peru a softening of positions from both sides.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lima, Peru;


The rebels are expected to let the eighty-three remaining hostages send messages to loved ones today.
Over the weekend, they released twenty hostages after Peru's president changed his mind and sent a top official to talk to the rebels.
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MARIJUANA


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=clinton


The Clinton Administration is set to announce details today of its plan to fight marijuana legalization.
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VO-NAT


The nation's Drug Czar said yesterday that the federal government may prosecute physicians who proscribe the drug or ban those doctors from writing prescriptions at all.
That despite voter-approved measures in California and Arizona which make marijuana legal for medical use.
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2-Bowl-Stuff


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-95
GRAPHIC=Tech/Nebraska


Thousands of Virginia Tech fans are flying south for the holiday.
Many chartered flights and left from the Roanoke Regional Airport this weekend.
Hokie fans are hoping their team will introduce Nebraska to a new breed of bird.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The Fighting Gobblers are taking on the Cornhuskers in the Orange Bowl Tuesday night.
The New Year's Eve contest is drawing many southwest Virginians to Florida and some are turning the trip into a family reunion.
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SOT 13:33:07
IN Q=MY TWO SONS

((CHICK WISMAN/TECH FAN: MY TWO SONS AND DAUGHTER ARE GRADUATES THERE AND MY OLDER SON IS COMING IN FROM COLORADO TO MEET US DOWN THERE.))
SUPER=01-Chick Wisman/Tech Fan;
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=US DOWN THERE
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VO-NAT


But Tech is meeting a formidable foe in Miami.
Nebraska has won back to back national championships.
But these fans say they have divine guidance and no mountain is to high to climb when a good time is the goal.
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SOT 13:33:29
IN Q=I'M LIKE SEMONES

((MELBA WISMAN/TECH FAN: I'M LIKE SEMONES. HE SAYS WE CAN DO ALL THINGS THROUGH CHRIST. HE STRENGTHENS US. HE THINKS I'M SILLY. BUT I THINK HE'S ON OUR SIDE AND IF HE'S NOT THAT'S ALL RIGHT AND BESIDES GEORGE WALSH PICKED US TO WIN.)) ((MICKY HATCHER/TECH FAN: WE'LL GO. WE'LL HAVE A GOOD TIME. IT'LL BE A FUN GAME. IT'S A BIG GAME FOR TECH. IF WE WIN IT'S GREAT. IF WE LOSE IT'S FINE. NO WORRIES ABOUT NEBRASKA? NO. WIN OR LOSE THE PAY'S THE SAME.))
SUPER=01-Melba Wisman/Tech Fan; :00
SUPER=01-Micky Hatcher/Tech Fan; :13
RUNS=:25
OUT Q=PAY'S THE SAME



Kids-Food


ANCHOR=Mel
NEWSCAST=Mornin'
WRITER=cst
TAPE# 597-03
GRAPHIC=Kids Diets


A study in South Carolina revealed children eat too many fats, sweets and protein, while they only have one serving of fruits and vegetables a day.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


There are warnings it's up to PARENTS to set a better example.
It may also be helpful for kids to understand just WHY better food choices are so important.
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SOT 13:06:06
IN Q=I think it's

((NANCY MAURELLI/NUTRITION EXPERT: I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT NOT TO GET INTO POWER STRUGGLES WITH KIDS ABOUT FOOD AND LET THEM HAVE A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF AUTONOMY WITHIN CERTAIN PARAMETERS AND ALSO TALKING TO THEM ABOUT THE RATIONALE WHY. YOU MAY HAVE HEARD YOU MUST DRINK THAT GLASS OF MILK OR YOU SHOULD NOT HAVE CANDY BEFORE DINNER BUT WE DIDN'T EVER EXPLAIN, WHY IS THAT IMPORTANT, HOW DID THAT EFFECT ME, WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES THAT MAKE. AND I THINK TREATING CHILDREN AS A LITTLE BIT MORE INTELLIGENT AUTONOMOUS CREATURES WOULD PROBABLY GO A LONG WAY TOWARD HELPING THEM MAKE BETTER CHOICES IN TERMS OF THEIR OWN BEHAVIOUR.))
SUPER=01-Nancy Maurelli/Nutrition Expert
RUNS=:40
OUT Q=their own behaviour.
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VO-NAT


More than 25-percent of children under age 12 are overweight--
Aside from the obvious health problems, being out of shape can cause emotional scars.
But, the pendulum swings both ways.
Other studies tell us 50 percent of fourth grade GIRLS are on diets because they think they're too fat.
And in high school, 90-percent of the girls are also on diets.
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Domestic Partners


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=mornin
WRITER=abr
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=Health Insurance


San Francisco passed a law that could effect health benefits across the nation.
Firms doing business with the city may have to provide health insurance to the domestic partners of their employees.
It's an anti-discrimination effort hoping to provide gay workers with the same benefits as those who are traditionally married.
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2-Pulaski-Bodies


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-89
GRAPHIC=Shooting


The bodies of a man and his estranged wife were discovered Saturday in front of their Pulaski County home.
Sheriff's Department officials are investigating what they believe is a murder-suicide of Betty D. Burgess and her estranged husband, Douglas.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Pulaski Co./Saturday Night;


Investigators say the couple had been separated for some time but Douglas Burgess was living in the house.
Neighbors say they heard shots ring out sometime around nine Saturday night.
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SOT 12:20:10
IN Q=SO WE WENT

((BARRY LANE: SO WE WENT OUT TO USE THE BATHROOM. ALL AT ONCE WE HEARD TWO SHOTS LIKE A HIGH POWERED RIFLE. LIKE 20 SECONDS LATER ANOTHER SHOT WENT UP.)) ((A.R. WEBB/PULASKI CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: RESPONDED TO HEARING GUN SHOTS IN THE AREA. WHEN THEY ARRIVED THEY FOUND TWO BODIES IN THE FRONT YARD, A MALE AND A FEMALE WITH APPARENT GUN SHOT WOUNDS.))
SUPER=07-Barry Lane; :00
SUPER=01-A.R. Webb/Pulaski Co. Sheriff's Dept.; :17
RUNS=:31
OUT Q=GUN SHOT WOUNDS
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VO-NAT


Webb says both suffered gun shot wounds to the head.
Investigators say Douglas Burgess was found clutching a high powered revolver, but there is evidence that there was another handgun at the scene.
Deputies believe Betty Burgess may have suffered other gunshot wounds from a smaller caliber gun before the fatal wound.
The incident is still under investigation.
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2-Day-Murder


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 96-91
GRAPHIC=Shooting


Authorities still have not released the names of the men who were found dead in Southwest Roanoke Friday.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Friday;


The badly decomposed bodies of two men were found in an apartment at 4-29 Day Avenue.
An autopsy conducted Saturday showed that both men had been shot once in the head by a gun of the same type found near one of the bodies.
A maintenance man found the bodies after residents complained of a foul odor in the building.
Police say the men had been dead for about a week.
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81-Traffic


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-94
GRAPHIC=None


The Virginia Department of Transportation has a project that will affect every mile of Interstate 81 in Virginia.
Denise Allen has more on the 20 Billion dollar, 20 year improvement project to I-81.
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SOT
IN Q=Increased traffic
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Friday; :00
SUPER=01-Laura Bullock/VDOT Spokesperson; :08
SUPER=@Denise1; :24
SUPER=01-Floyd Miller/Truck Driver; 1:25
RUNS=1:41
OUT Q=News 7


((Accidents like this overturned tractor trailer point to needed improvements to interstate 81.
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SOT 19:15:16
IN Q=the interstate

((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT SPOKESPERSON: THE INTERSTATE IS AT CAPACITY. BASICALLY ALL WE HAVE OPEN IS THE LEFT LANE TO MANEUVER AND THAT JUST IS NOT ENOUGH ROOM FOR ALL THE VEHICLES OUT THERE.))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=vehicles out there

stand up 12:19:50 DENISE ALLEN/NEWS 7 REPORTER: INTERSTATE 81 IS HANDLING MORE TRAFFIC AND HEAVIER VEHICLES THAN IT WAS ORIGINALLY DESIGNED TO DO 30 YEARS AGO.
INITIALLY THIS HIGHWAY WAS DESIGNED TO HANDLE 15-PERCENT TRUCK TRAFFIC. NOW TRUCKS MAKE UP TO 40-PERCENT OF THE TRAFFIC AND AT NUMBER WILL CONTINUE TO GROW.
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SOT 17:16:25
IN Q=IT'S ONE OF

((BULLOCK: IT'S ONE OF THE EIGHT MOST TRAVELED ROADS IN THE UNITED STATES. IT CARRIES ABOUT 20-PERCENT OUT OF STATE TRAFFIC SO WE KNOW THERE'S A GREAT DEAL OF INTEREST IN KEEPING IT OPEN AS A MAJOR THOROUGHFARE.))
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OUT Q=AS A MAJOR THOROUGHFARE


V-DOT is developing a master plan.
Officials started by dividing Virginia's 325 mile stretch of 81 into ten sections.
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SOT 16:49:08
IN Q=each of those

((BULLOCK: EACH OF THOSE SECTIONS WILL HAVE A CONSULTANT FIRM BROUGHT ON TO HELP US DECIDE SUCH THINGS AS WHERE THE WIDENING SHOULD BE DONE. SHOULD IT BE IN THE MEDIAN OR SHOULD IT BE ON THE OUTSIDE. DO THE INTERCHANGES NEED TO BE RE-CONFIGURED.))
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OUT Q=NEED TO BE RE-CONFIGURED


These studies will take about two years.
They will prioritize which sections should be first on the upgrade list.
Bullock says 81's mountainous terrain make the widening process a challenge.
Truck drivers say when the improvements finally occur it will be a welcome change.
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SOT 11:40:34
IN Q=it'll cut down

((FLOYD MILLER/TRUCK DRIVER: IT'LL CUT DOWN THE CONGESTION AND IT WOULD GREATLY IMPROVE THE SAFETY BECAUSE OF THE FACT THAT YOU GET THAT LANE OUT THERE FOR THOSE FOLKS WHO ARE IN A TERRIBLE HURRY.))
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OUT Q=a terrible hurry


The state wide project will take about 20 years to complete.
Denise Allen News 7.))

4-scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=ICE-96
GRAPHIC=Express/Hampton Roads


The Express's six game win streak came to an end last night at the Round House as Roanoke fell to Hampton Roads 5-3.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Admirals vs. Express


In the second period, Ilya Dubkov beats the Admiral goalie and the game is tied at 1 at the 8:45 mark. Dubkov again carried most of the load, scoring twice.
Eric Landry notches his 12th goal on the season to put Roanoke up 2-1.
SUPER=34-Hampton Roads/5/Roanoke/3;


Hampton Roads's Victor Graves gets the puck luck, beating Dave Gangon and the Admirals win 5-3 and keep the top spot in the East.
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SOT
IN Q="They...

((JEFF JABLONSKI/HAD 1 ASSISTS: )) ((FRANK ANZALONE/EXPRESS HEAD COACH:))
SUPER=01-Jeff Jablonski/Had 1 Assist; :00
SUPER=01-Frank Anzalone/Express Head Coach; :00
RUNS=:22
OUT Q=...deserve to win"
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Wx-Recap
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