The six American weapons inspectors kicked out of Iraq are not leaving the
The remaining 68 members of the U-N team also fled the country relocating to
a Holiday Inn in nearby Bahrain.
SOT 00.06.27 - 00.06.44
IN Q=We've just had
((ALAN DACEY/ASST. UNSCOM: WE'VE JUST HAD THE SIX-MAN UNITED STATES PERSONNEL
FROM OUR INSPECTION TEAM ARRIVE FROM AMMAN, JORDAN...BROUGHT HERE TO
CONSOLIDATE THE OTHER 68 MEMBERS OF THE TEAM WHO ARRIVED TO KEEP US ALL
TOGETHER IN ONE PLACE.))
SUPER=01-Alan Dacey/Asst. UNSCOM;
OUT Q=in one place.
There are reports that the inspection team is waiting for word on whether or
not they'll be allowed to return to Iraq.
The withdrawal of the team drops the U-N's presence in that country.
There are now only 19 members of the U-N Special Commission still there.
Meanwhile, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is extending her stay in
the Middle East to meet with leaders of countries close to Iraq.
SOT00.03.44 - 00.04.11
IN Q=I'm going to
((MADELEINE ALBRIGHT/SECRETARY OF STATE: I'M GOING TO SAUDI ARABIA BECAUSE WE
HAVE A MUTUAL INTEREST IN THE STABILITY OF THE REGION AND IT IS AN IMPORTANT
TIME TO CONSULT WITH THEM ABOUT HOW WE DEAL WITH THE THREAT TO THE REGION POSED
BY SADDAM HUSSEIN'S RECENT BEHAVIOR.))
SUPER=01-Madeleine Albright/Secretary of State;
OUT Q=Hussein's recent behavior.
In the meetings, Albright will reportedly focus on exchanging views with
other leaders about the crises.
The bodies of four American businessmen shot to death in Pakistan are coming
Four grey coffins covered by
wreaths were carried on board a plane amid heavy security.
The men--executives for the Union Texas oil company--were murdered in an
ambush on Wednesday.
The killings are said to be in revenge for the conviction of Mir Aimal
Kasi in the murder of two C-I-A employees.
The bodies will be taken to Houston.
Two people are dead following an early morning crash in Amherst County.
The victims are 41-year old Leonard Irvin of Madison Heights and 37-year old
Marie Randolph of Lynchburg.
Police say the driver of one of the vehicles lost control, veering into
oncoming traffic along Old Wright Shop Road.
The accident is still under investigation.
Child safety seats can greatly reduce the chance of serious injury during a
car accident, but only if they're installed correctly.
Ninety percent of the time these seats ARE NOT installed properly.
The Roanoke Regional Safe Kids Coalition checked car seats today.
The seats were re-installed if needed.
And in most cases it WAS needed.
IN Q=you could probably
((VICTOR BRADLEY/PARENT: YOU COULD PROBABLY MOVE IT ABOUT AN INCH EITHER WAY
AND I GUESS IF THERE WAS AN IMPACT FROM AND ACCIDENT THAT COULD MAKE A BIG
DIFFERENCE. SO I THINK THE BABY WILL BE MUCH SAFER HAVING COME HERE.))
((MARY KING/DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES: WE JUST WANT TO SURE PEOPLE DO READ
THE INSTRUCTION TO THEIR CHILD SAFETY SEAT. IT GIVES THEM A LOT OF INFORMATION
ABOUT HOW TO DO IT CORRECTLY AND ANOTHER GOOD SOURCE IS TO READ THE OWNERS
MANUAL TO YOUR VEHICLE. IT WILL TELL YOU WHAT TYPE OF BELTS YOU HAVE AND
WHETHER RO NOT THEY WILL SAFELY HOLD A CHILD SAFETY SEAT.))
SUPER=01-Victor Bradley/Parent; :00
SUPER=01-Mary King/Dept. Of Motor Vehicles; :16
OUT Q=A CHILD SAFETY SEAT
If you would like to get your child safety seats checked contact the D-M-V
or the Safe Kids Coalition.
Plus some officers in the Salem, Roanoke City and State Police Departments
are trained to inspect the seats as well.
edit: at 16:19 11/14/97 CBS feed 4-5pm tape
The Richmond International Airport is not getting any sky-high reviews these
days--this due to a few too many close calls.
A report listed it among the worst airports in the country last year for
The study considered a close call to be an airplane, person or vehicle
interfering with a plane's take off or landing.
The Federal Aviation Administration claimed Richmond International had five
close calls last year, but says it still considers the airport safe.
Other cities with the worst distinction include Cleveland, Ohio and Long
Beach, California. Chicago had the fewest close calls.
The temperatures have dipped once again, the ice has hardened and the doors
are open to the Palace.
After a grand party on Thursday, The Ice Palace Skating Rink had to postpone
its opening day because of a compressor malfunction resulting in no ice.
But today skaters of all abilities donned their blades and took to the
The ice was thin in some places, but management says they'll have all the
kinks worked out by next weekend.
IN Q=IT TOOK ALL
((ALLAN HARVIE JR/ADANAC GROUP PRESIDENT: IT TOOK ALL OF US WORKING AROUND THE
CLOCK UNTIL THIS MORNING TO GET THE ICE BACK IN, CRUSH THE ICE THAT WAS OUT
THERE TO BEAT IT DOWN AND SMOOTH IT THEN GET OUR COMPRESSOR FIXED ANS START ALL
IN Q=I'M HAPPY IT'S
((CAROL SAWYER/PARENT: I'M HAPPY IT'S HERE BECAUSE IT'S SOMEWHERE FOR MY
PRETEEN SON TO GO FOR GOOD ENTERTAINMENT AND I DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT HIM
BEING ON THE STREETS OR IN STREET GANGS AND ALL THE BAD THINGS THAT ARE GOING
SUPER=01-Allan Harvie, Jr./ADANAC Group Pres.; :00
SUPER=01-Carol Sawyer/Parent; :15
OUT Q=ARE GOING ON
The rink will be closed Monday and Tuesday so the ice can be painted and
The Roanoke Express will practice at the facility, but Allan Harvie says
there will be public skating times every day.
SUPER=82-1.75''/plus 0.18''/28.68''/minus 7.86'';
SUPER=83-Down 2.70 feet/Down 5.06 feet;Lake levels
While everyone is welcome at the Roanoke City Market some people are
complaining that city officials are trying to make them feel UNwelcome.
They say a city ordinance is the problem.
Stacey Martin has more.
IN Q=Jeff Witte frequents
SUPER=07-Jeff Witte; :12
SUPER=07-Crystal Zimmerman; :40
SUPER=01-Bill White/City Councilmember; 1:06
OUT Q=News 7
((Jeff Witte frequents the City Market and believes Roanoke officials and
police are using an ordinance to push him and others who look like him out of
SOT 07.04.08 - 07.04.15
IN Q=If you look
((JEFF WITTE: IF YOU LOOK DIFFERENT THEY WANT TO STOP YOU TO SEE IF YOU HAVE
DRUGS ON YOU OR SEE IF YOU'RE SPARING-CHANGING.))
OUT Q=you're spare-changing.
City council passed the ordinance in September making it a violation to sit
on or under the market's tables.
It recently netted one of its first offenders--Joshua Kelley, a Goodview
resident fined 75 dollars for the violation.
But, young people here say the ordinance unfairly discriminates against
SOT 07.06.05 - 07.06.14
IN Q=They're stereotyping us
((CRYSTAL ZIMMERMAN: THEY'RE STEREOTYPING US. I THINK THEY SHOULD LIKE FOCUS ON
THE PEOPLE WHO ARE DOING SOMETHING WRONG.))
OUT Q=doing something wrong.
Zimmerman says police normally enforce the law with people who look like
her, but are more lenient--as in this case--when confronting older people with
SOT 08.18.13 - 08.18.24
IN Q=But a city
((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING: BUT A CITY COUNCIL MEMBER SAYS IT'S SIMPLY A MATTER
OF ECONOMICS. AFTER YEARS OF BRINGING BUSINESSES BACK TO THE MARKET, HE SAYS
HE DOESN'T WANT TO SEE AN ELEMENT BRING IT BACK DOWN.))
OUT Q=it back down.
SOT 06.33.20 - 06.33.34
IN Q=Those merchants sell
((COUNCILMEMBER BILL WHITE: THOSE MERCHANTS SELL THEIR VEGETABLES ON THE SAME
TABLES SO THE THINGS THAT WERE LEFT FROM THE THINGS OF A NIGHT OF SITTING AND
SLEEPING ON THOSE TABLES WERE NOT THE MOST DESIRABLE THINGS.))
OUT Q=most desirable things.
Inspite of the spirit of the law, many who come here to "recreate" say they
don't plan on finding a new spot.
Stacey Martin, News 7.))
What was supposed to be an Internet first was sort of a flop.
The judge in the Au Pair murder trial was supposed to release his ruling on
the web this week.
More in tonight's edition of Webwatch.
IN Q=reporters, lawyers
SUPER=03-Cambridge, MA; :15
Lawyers, reporters and everyone interested jammed the Lawyer's Weekly website
looking for a 10am ruling... that wasn't there.
A court official says a power outage affected Judge Hiller Zobel's Internet
service provider, so word of the ruling was spread the old-fashioned way... on
The full text of his decision is now available on-line.
Microsoft is under fire but fighting back...
The software giant is asking a federal court to delete a government
The company's response is posted on its website, as well as an open letter
to Ralph Nader.
Nader convened a conference this week targeting Microsoft as too big for the
The White House is looking for communities who faced racism, and won.
The Presidential Advisory Board on race is compiling a list of community
programs, contact names, and how the program worked.
The board hopes these successful projects can be duplicated in other areas.
For links to these sites, visit the webwatch page on the WDBJ-website at
The House of Representatives has adjourned for the year.
Here's a look at how southwest Virginia's congressmen voted on some key
bills this week.
IN Q=Among the measures
OUT Q=voted against it.
((Among the measures Congress approved was one to let illegal immigrants stay
in the U.S. while applying for permanent residency.
Congressmen Virgil Goode and Bob Goodlatte vote for the bill.
Congressman Rick Boucher was recorded as NOT voting.
On the bill to rescue Amtrak, Goode Goodlatte and Boucher all voted with the
Another measure Congress approved removes the right of people testifying at
public committee meetings to ban media coverage.
Goode and Goodlatte voted for the measure; Boucher voted against it.))
GRAPHIC=2nd Chance to Succeed
Recent legislation has overhauled the welfare system forcing many recipients
to find work or face a reduction in benefits.
This week Kimberly McBroom will talk about the challenges facing those on
welfare in her series, "A Second Chance at Success."
Beginning Monday, the series will look at what the welfare changes mean for
The Christmas shopping season hasn't really "officially" started, but there
were plenty of people at the mall today.
If your credit card is burning a hole in your pocket, be careful.
Experts say the holiday spirit can make you loose financial control.
IN Q=It's an emotional
((ED GARRETTSON/CONSUMER CREDIT COUNSELING SERVICE; IT'S AN EMOTIONAL TIME OF
THE YEAR, AND WE'RE CAUGHT UP IN THE HOLIDAYS AND THE MEMORIES AND SO FORTH AND
THAT'S ANOTHER FACT, THAT A LOT OF PEOPLE STICK ON IS THEY TRY TO BUY LOVE. WE
HAVE THE MISTAKEN IMPRESSION THAT IF WE BUY HIM SOMETHING BIGGER, SOMETHING
BETTER, HE'LL LOVE ME MORE. ))
SUPER=01-Ed Garrettson/Consumer Credit Counseling Service;
OUT Q=he'll love me more
For more information about controling holiday credit, and avoiding holiday
scams... join us for On Record, tomorrow morning at 11.
And Coming up, Jeff Gordon will start near the back of the pack in tomorrows
NAPA 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway we'll check in with today's high school
And the Virginia Cavaliers slipped in their bid for a bowl game losing to
Aaron Brooks suffered an ankle injury in the fourth quarter and N.C. State
holds on to beat the Cavaliers this afternoon 31 to 24.
SUPER=03-Raleigh, NC/JP SPORTS; :
State led 7 to nothing when Jamie Barnette goes to the air and hits Terry
Holt on the first of his two touchdown passes on the day to make it 14 to
After an interception the Cavaliers came back. Aaron Brooks puts it up and
hits Germaine Crowell on the 37 yard touchdown pass to make the score 14 to 7
in the second quarter.
State answered when Barnette sprints out and hits Holt on the 8 yard
touchdown pass play and the Wolfpack led at the half 21 to 10.
The Wolfpack led 28 to 10 but Brooks rallied the Cavaliers throwing
SUPER=36-N.C. State/31/Virginia/24/;two second half touchdown passes to
Terrence Wilkins this 52 yarder made it 28 to 24 But State wins the game 31 to
Virginia is 6 and 4 overall and 5 and 3 in the conference.
Florida State routs Wake Forest and Ohio State and Penn State both picked
up wins this afternoon.
For those scores and more lets check the boards.
WIPE TO SCORES
SUPER=0101-/Rhode Island/37/j/JMU/39//3 Overtimes//Richmond/7/j/William &
SUPER=0101-/Emory & Henry/24/j/Maryville/27////Delaware
SUPER=0101-/Swarthmore/13/j/W & L/41////Hamp.-Sydney/18/j/Rand.-Macon/49///;
SUPER=0101-j/Norfolk State/21//Bethune-Cook./7///j/Florida St.#2/58//Wake
SUPER=0101-j/Nebraska#3/77//Iowa State/14///j/Ohio St.#4/41//Illinois/6///;
SUPER=0101-/Kansas St.#10/30//Colorado/6/4///LSU#11/6/j/Notre Dame/24///;
SUPER=0101-/Arizona St.#15///Oregon///Night/j/Miss. St#17/32//Alabama/20///;
OUT Q=....last score."
The Colonels of William Fleming have advanced to the Division 5 Northwest
Regional championship game.
This afternoon at Victory Stadium the Colonels beat Brooke Point 27 to 20.
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Colonels vs Black Hawks; :
The Fleming fans came out this afternoon for the Semi final game at Victory
And the Colonels took the lead in the first quarter when Jermaine Hardy
takes the handoff and scores from 25 yards out to make it 7 to nothing Fleming.
Brooke point came back to tie it on the next series of plays. Then Daniel
Ruppert goes to the air and hits Keith Franklin to move the ball to the one
yard line and the Black Hawks scored on the next play to lead 14 to 7.
But the Colonels came back with a strong running game. Fullback J.R. Word
gets it started with this one yard touchdown to make 20 to 19 Brooke Point.
Then with a minute left in the game Fleming's Lee Suggs takes the handoff
and scores from 10 yards out and the Colonels hold on to the 27 to 20 win.
IN Q="We are...
((GEORGE "KILA" MILLER/FLEMING HEAD COACH: ))
SUPER=01-George "Kila" Miller/Fleming Head Coach; :00
OUT Q=.........SUCH AS THIS."
The Cougars of Pulaski County hit the road today for a game against
Culpeper in Division five of the Northwest Region.
And Culpeper comes from behind to win the game 28 to 17 the Blue Devils
advance to the championship game against William Fleming next Friday Night.
And in the Group Two A Division Three William Byrd was at City Stadium this
afternoon for a game against Heritage.
And Heritage wins the game 28 to 21 in overtime to advance to the regional
championship game against Salem.
A mistake during practice has put Points leader Jeff Gordon at the back of
the pack for tomorrow's NAPA 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
SUPER=03-Hampton, Ga; :
Gordon was warming up his tires as he picked up speed on Pit road lost
control and slide into the stopped car of Bobby Hamilton. Both driver had to
switch to back up cars and Gordon will start 37-th. He needs an 18-th place
finish to clinch the title.
Geoff Bodine will start on the pole with a record speed of 197 point 478
miles per hour.
And Dale Jarrett, who is second in the points race will start third. Now
here's the rest of the top 25.
WIPE TO MOTION
SUPER=0107-1. Geoff Bodine/197.478/2. Ward Burton//3. Dale Jarrett//4. Terry
Labonte//5. Joe Nemechek//;
SUPER=0107-6. Dale Earnhardt//7. Jeff Green//8. Kenny Irwin//9. Mark
Martin//10. Bill Elliott//;
SUPER=0107-11. Ricky Rudd//12. Johnny Benson//13. Ken Schrader//14. Derrike
Cope//15. Steve Grissom//;
SUPER=0107-16. Rick Mast//17. Gary Bradberry//18. Brett Bodine//19. Kenny
Wallace//20. Kyle Petty//;
SUPER=0107-21. Bobby Labonte//22. Dick Trickle//23. Ernie Irvan//24. Chad
Little//25. Steve Park//;
OUT Q=......last driver."
SUPER=330-Mostly Cloudy/Gusty NW Winds/28-32/Variable Clouds/Wind
SUPER=331-Variable Clouds/Gusty NW Winds/30-33/Variable Clouds/Windy/38-42;
SUPER=332-Clouds &/Snow Showers/23-28/Mostly Cloudy/Flurries/33-38;
SUPER=333-Snow Showers/Possible/27-30/Windy, Cloudy/ With Flurries/30-35;
SUPER=334-Snow Showers/Less than 1" /20-24/Clouds &/Flurries/30-35;