06:00-01

E-Fire-Lawsuit

ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-68
GRAPHIC=Fire Aftermath


Flames consumed the homes of some 250 people in a Thanksgiving night fire at Cabin Lake Apartments.
Now some of those victims may go to court to try to recover some of their losses.
Denise Allen has more.
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SOT
IN Q=THEY'RE TELLING US
SUPER=01-Stephanie Harris/Cabin Lake Resident; :01
SUPER=03-Danville; :09
SUPER=01-Debra Corcoran/Attorney; :25
SUPER=@Denise2; 1:21
RUNS=1:37
OUT Q=News 7

((
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SOT 9:52:55
IN Q=THEY'RE TELLING US

((STEPHANIE HARRIS/CABIN LAKE RESIDENT: THEY'RE TELLING US IF WE DIDN'T HAVE RENTERS' INSURANCE WE'RE OUT OF LUCK. THERE ARE FAMILIES THAT HAVE NOWHERE TO GO.))
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=HAVE NOWHERE TO GO


Stephanie Harris says she's probably not going to get her deposit back or the rent she's paid.
The Cabin Lake complex is actually classified as condominiums.
That means there are many different owners or landlords.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 9:30:41
IN Q=tell me what

((Tell me what you all are seeking? IMMEDIATELY TO AT LEAST GET THEIR SECURITY DEPOSITS BACK AND POSSIBLE SOME PRO-RATED RENT SO THEY CAN BUY SOME BASIC NECESSITIES.))
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=SOME BASIC NECESSITIES


Some of the tenants are getting their deposits back, but they still plan to take legal action because of the serious maintenance problems they say existed.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 9:55:05
IN Q=basically people don't

((HARRIS: BASICALLY PEOPLE DON'T KNOW THAT THE OTHER PEOPLE HAVE COMPLAINED ABOUT IT , BUT WHEN WE ALL GET TOGETHER AND DISCUSS IT, IT COMES OUT THAT THIS HAS BEEN A PROBLEM AND NOTHING WAS DONE ABOUT IT. IT HAD TO RESULT TO THIS.))
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=RESULT TO THIS


Debra Corcoran has represented many other fire victims and says even the tenants who just experience smoke and water damage could be at risk.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 9:43:39
IN Q=the people remaining

((CORCORAN: THE PEOPLE REMAINING IN THIS BUILDING WILL PROBABLY SUFFER FROM SOMETHING WE CALL TOXIC TORT SYNDROME; ALLERGIES, FLU LIKE SYMPTOMS AND THEY WON'T REALLY BE ABLE TO ISOLATE IT AND WHAT IT WILL HAVE BEEN IS THE SMOKE COMING ON OVER.))
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=COMING ON OVER


Fire officials are looking into complaints that the smoke detectors did not work.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Corcoran says drawing attention to the possible safety hazards could help prevent other tragedies.
Denise Allen News 7.))

Mortgagemobile


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=net (edit of 97-82)
GRAPHIC=none


Affordable housing may be just a "Mortgage-mobile" away.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The R-V is a fully equipped loan office from the Virginia Housing Development Authority.
Staffers travel through far Southwest Virginia offering loan counseling.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 13:29:29
IN Q=the people we're talking

((DICK JOHNDROW/LOAN ORIGINATOR MGR: THE PEOPLE WE'RE TALKING TO DON'T HAVE A LOT OF MONEY OF THEIR OWN, THEY HAVE A RELATIVELY LOW INCOME UNSKILLED PEOPLE THE SYSTEM DOESN'T READILY ACCOMMODATE THEM SO OUR FACILITY IS AIMED AT SHOWING THEM WHAT WE CAN DO.))
SUPER=01-Dick Johndrow/Loan Originator Manager;
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=what we can do
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VO-NAT


V-H-D-A officials say traditional banking systems don't usually accommodate these people.
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Global-Warming


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=environmental health


Officials from more than 160 countries are meeting in Japan to plan a joint attack on global warming.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Kyoto, Japan;


Over the next ten days, participants in the U-N conference will attempt to reach an agreement to cut the so-called "Greenhouse Gases," blamed for warming the earth's atmosphere.
But that may be easier said than done.
Among the stumbling blocks, a U-S demand that developing nations be forced to cut emissions along with the larger industrial nations.
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World-AIDS


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=AIDS


Millions of people around the globe are commemorating World AIDS Day with services and other memorials.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Jamestown, NY;


Last night a ceremony took place in Jamestown, New York.
The event held even more meaning for residents, since the AIDS scare in Chautaqua County that began just over a month ago.
SUPER=03-Miami, FL;


Meanwhile, South Florida held its annual "White Party" last night to raise money to fight AIDS.
The bash drew an estimated one thousand party goers.
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VEA


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=lba
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=education


Virginia's teachers are getting good marks for the personal time they spend with students.
A Virginia Education Association survey quizzed some 500 state teachers and compared the results with a national survey.
The survey found eahc week teachers in the Commonwealth spend ten hours of their personal time on instruction-related activities, compared with nine- point- four hours nationally.
Virginia teachers also spend about 20 percent less of their own money on students.

One-Steve


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=spa
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NONE


On Record
SUPER=15-Steve Pardon;


tape rolls cold out of spots
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SOT
IN Q=Welcome Back
SUPER=15-Steve Pardon; :00
SUPER=13-Paul Higgins/Square Society; :18
SUPER=12-Roanoke/1992; :30
SUPER=12-Roanoke; :55
RUNS=2:27
OUT Q=News 7 Mornin' Returns


tape tosses to stocks
Stocks
Comm#2


E-Project-Warm


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-83
GRAPHIC=none


Flames in the fireplace can provide a needed heat source for many people.
Project Warm is offering free firewood to people who can't afford to pay for it.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Salem;


Volunteers from the Church of the Brethren run the program.
All the needed firewood is donated, usually by contractors; then the volunteers split it and deliver it to the needy.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 55:02:29
IN Q=the vast majority

((MARC WILSON/PROJECT WARM: THE VAST MAJORITY OF THEM ARE ELDERLY OR RETIRED FOLKS. A LOT OF THEM ARE HANDICAPPED. WE DO HAVE A LOT OF SINGLE MOTHERS ON OUR LIST WE DELIVER TO REGULARLY, LIMITED OR FIXED INCOME FAMILIES.))
SUPER=01-Marc Wilson/Project Warm;
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=fixed income families.
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VO-NAT


This is the program's second year.
Last year Project Warm delivered 190 loads of wood to 63 families.
Marc Wilson says they don't need any more wood, but they would like to serve more families.
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SOT 55:43:08
IN Q=I EXPECT THAT

((WILSON: I EXPECT THAT WE WILL DOUBLE THAT THIS YEAR AND WE'RE PREPARED TO DO IT. WE COULD PROBABLY HANDLE 400 LOADS OR MORE TO THESE FAMILIES.))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=TO THESE FAMILIES
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VO-NAT


The Salvation Army coordinates the project's deliveries.
So if you or someone you know needs help keeping warm this winter, contact The Salvation Army and ask about Project Warm.
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Common-Sense


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#Common Sense
GRAPHIC=Common Sense


Some folks who don't invest their money say they're intimidated by markets and mutual funds.
Scott Goldberg says you shouldn't be scared to invest in this week's edition of Common Sense.
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SOT
IN Q=
SUPER=@Scott1; :00 screen left
SUPER=01-Grady Cash/Center for Financial Well-Being; :14
RUNS=:50
OUT Q=I'm Scott Goldberg

(("12/1 Standups" tape 07:38:01
The hardest part about investing can be actually doing it for the first time.
Grady Cash heads the Center for Financial Well-Being in Florida... where he tells rookie investors to confront their fears and put a little money in the stock market.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT Common Sense #1

23:15:52
IN Q= that's the way

((GRADY CASH/CENTER FOR FINANCIAL WELL-BEING: THAT'S THE WAY WE HELP CHILDREN OVERCOME THEIR FEAR OF THE DARK. THEY GROW UP, THEY BECOME MORE KNOWLEDGEABLE ABOUT WHAT'S REALLY THERE. AND SO ONE OF THE KEYS I THINK FOR OVERCOMING THAT INSECURITY IS TO TAKE LITTLE BABY STEPS. INVEST JUST A LITTLE MONEY IN A MUTUAL FUND NOW. WATCH IT GROW. WATCH IT GO UP AND DOWN -- ESPECIALLY WATCH IT GO DOWN. YOU'LL FIND ALL OF A SUDDEN THE WORLD AS YOU KNOW IT DOESN'T END. THINGS CONTINUE TO GO ON AND THEN YOU CAN INVEST A LITTLE more.))
RUNS=:24
OUT Q= more.

"12/1 Standups" 07:39:37
And Mr. Cash recommends even seasoned investors should from time to time visit professionals for a financial checkup.
That's this week's Common Sense.
I'm Scott Goldberg.
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2-S-Xmas-Trees


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-76
GRAPHIC=Christmas


By nature, Christmas trees come in all shapes and sizes.
Others, like some grown in Louisa County, are shaped by a farmer's hands.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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SOT
IN Q=Remember the first
SUPER=03-Bumpass; :00
SUPER=01-John Nedza/Tree Grower; :12
SUPER=07-Brooke Nedza; :49
SUPER=@Ellen1; :55
RUNS=1:05
OUT Q=Qualls, News 7, Bumpass.

14:41:37 walk video (( Remember the first Christmas trees of your childhood?
The fight to find the perfect one and then sell it to Mom and Dad.
That was all before the space-saver tree.
Pyramid, corner-shaped, or oval.
sot 14:28:26

((JOHN NEDZA/TREE GROWER: I THOUGHT OF AN OVAL AS A LITTLE NARROWER IN ONE DIRECTION AND I COULD KEEP THE SAME DIMENSION IN THE OTHER DIRECTION. UH-- THE PYRAMID, THAT JUST SOUNDED GOOD. AND OF COURSE THE CORNER IS ALSO A VERY GOOD SPACE-SAVING SHAPE.))
runs=:21


Such a brilliant idea -- so long in coming.
sot 14:27:20

((WHAT GOT INTO ME? I THINK BOREDOM. I HAD ABOUT EIGHT THOUSAND TREES HERE. AND IT TAKES ABOUT 80 TO 90 HOURS TO SHEAR THEM ALL.))
runs=:09


Daughter Brooke wants to know if it's something they should patent.
sot 14;34:21

((BROOKE NEDZA: YOU KNOW HE HAD THIS IDEA AND I WAS LIKE "OKAY DAD, YOU KNOW, WHATEVER. SOMEBODY'S GONNA BUY A SQUARE TREE. BUT...))
runs=:06



sot standup 14:50:45

((THE IDEA IS SURE TO CATCH ON WITH OTHER CHRISTMAS TREE GROWERS. BUT FOR NOW HE'S GOT THE CORNER ON THE MARKET.))
runs=:06


Maybe next year, the space saver cubical porch pumpkin.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Bumpass.))

Two-Steve


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=spa
TAPE#MR-1
GRAPHIC=NONE


Small Studio
SUPER=15-Steve Pardon;



(pull SUV winner)
(weather)



double boxes=SPA & KMC
(Toss to Kimberly)


Internet-Smut


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Internet


In order to prevent further government regulation of the Internet, some of the nation's computer-related giants are working together to protect children from adult sites on the world wide Web.
According to "The Washington Post," America Online and Walt Disney are among the companies announcing voluntary curbs at a meeting later today.
The companies have also agreed to educate parents on using software to block adult Internet sites, and to encourage closer supervision of kids who surf the Net.

Iraq


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=iraq conflict


Today U-N Secretary General (KOH-fee) Kofi Annan is expected to speak on behalf of Iraq's suffering people.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq;


The Associated Press reports Annan will recommend the Security Council considers at LEAST a 50- percent increase in the amount of oil Baghdad can sell to buy food and medicine.
Amman says there's growing international concern about the nation's citizens.
Last week, U-N aides said nearly a million Iraqi children under age five are suffering from malnutrition.
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E-Mortgagemobile


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-82
GRAPHIC=none


The "Mortgage-mobile" is touring Southwest Virginia in an attempt to bring safe, affordable housing to everyone.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The R-V is a fully equipped loan office--the brain-child of the Virginia Housing Development Authority.
V-H-D-A staffers travel through far Southwest Virginia offering loan counseling.
They're targeting people who thought they'd never be able to afford a home.
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SOT 12:23:08
IN Q=PEOPLE WHO HAVE

((MICHAEL LOCKING/FIELD ORIGINATOR AGENT: PEOPLE WHO HAVE A GROSS FAMILY INCOME BETWEEN 18-THOUSAND TO 30-THOUSAND DOLLARS THAT'S THE RANGE WE COVER THE MOST. DEPENDING ON THE PROGRAM WE GO UP TO 48-THOUSAND FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR AND THERE'S NO REAL BOTTOM LIMIT OTHER THAN THE AMOUNT OF HOUSE THEY CAN PURCHASE.))
SUPER=01-Michael Locking/Field Originator Agent;
RUNS=:19
OUT Q=THEY CAN PURCHASE
(----------------)
VO-NAT


V-H-D-A officials say traditional banking systems don't usually accommodate these people, and they thought the mortgage-mobile would be less intimidating.
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E-Checkpoint


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=mfe
TAPE#=97-74
GRAPHIC=Drunk Driving


With Thanksgiving finished, the Christmas season gets into full swing, meaning holiday parties.
Roanoke City police are on the lookout for drunken drivers.
Intern reporter Matt Feret talked to officials at one checkpoint.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=A sobriety checkpoint
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=20-Matt Feret; :20
SUPER=01-Lt. Bower/Roanoke City Police; 1:14
RUNS=1:40
OUT Q=News 7.


((A sobriety checkpoint was set up near Vinton last Friday night in an effort to curb holiday drunk driving.
There, law enforcement officials approached drivers to see if they had been drinking.
Officers don't just smell for an alcoholic beverage, they use other means of detection as well.
Not maintaining eye contact, speech patterns and other tell-tale signs can tip off an officer that the driver may have had one too many.
If an officer suspects the driver to be drunk, a series of simple coordination tests are done.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 11:01:51
IN Q=Describe what

((Describe what i need to do here now, what kind of things are you looking for when i walk? THIS IS A WALK AND TURN TEST, YOU WILL TAKE NINE STEPS, FIRST THING, LET'S GET YOU IN THIS POSITION. PUT YOUR RIGHT FOOT IN FRONT OF YOUR LEFT. Right foot in front of my left. HANDS AGAINST YOUR SIDES. Sides. REMAIN IN THAT POSITION UNTIL I TELL YOU TO DO OTHERWISE. Ok. DO YOU UNDERSTAND SO FAR? uh-huh. ALRIGHT.))
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=understand so far? Uh-huh. Alright.


And following those directions EXACTLY are a big part of the test.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 11:03:20
IN Q=The only thing

((THE ONLY THING YOU DID WRONG WAS YOU TURNED WRONG. I turned wrong. YOU TURNED TO YOUR RIGHT. Now, what would happen if I did turn wrong? Would i go to another test? WELL, WE COUNT THAT AGAINST YOU. I LOOK FOR TWO OUT OF A POSSIBLE EIGHT DETECTION POINTS, AND THAT WOULD BE ONE OF THEM. BUT THAT'S THE ONLY THING I SAW. SO, WITH THAT ALONE.. NO.. IF YOU HAD REALLY BEEN DRINKING, I WOULD HAVE GONE ON TO MORE TESTS.))
RUNS=:19
OUT Q=to more tests


But for those drivers who DO chose to drive while under the influence, big brother will be watching.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT10:45:52
IN Q=These other folks

((Lt. Bower/Roanoke City Police Dept.: THESE OTHER FOLKS THAT CHOOSE TO DRINK AND DRIVE, NEED TO BE AWARE THAT WE'RE GONNA BE OUT HERE, AND BE OUT HERE IN FORCE AND ITS FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL AND IF YOU'RE CAUGHT IMPAIRED DRIVING, YOU'RE PROBABLY GOING WITH US. DOESN'T MAKE FOR A GOOD HOLIDAY.))
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=a good holiday.


The checkpoint was operated as part of a massive state-wide traffic program, "Smart, Safe and Sober" emphasizing safe driving.
Matt Feret, News 7.))

Three-Steve


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=spa
TAPE#=NONE
GRAPHIC=NONE


On Record
SUPER=15-Steve Pardon;


tape rolls cold out of Birthdays
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=Today we
SUPER=12-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=13-Trish Lawson/Square Society; :17
RUNS=2:42
OUT Q=We're trying to do



Double Boxes=SPA & KMC
(Toss to Kimberly)


Fire-Lawsuit


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=net (edit of 97-68)
GRAPHIC=Fire Aftermath


A Thanksgiving night fire at Cabin Lake Apartments left 250 people homeless.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville;


Now some may head to court to recoup their losses.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 9:52:55
IN Q=THEY'RE TELLING US

((STEPHANIE HARRIS/CABIN LAKE RESIDENT: THEY'RE TELLING US IF WE DIDN'T HAVE RENTERS' INSURANCE WE'RE OUT OF LUCK. THERE ARE FAMILIES THAT HAVE NOWHERE TO GO.))
SUPER=01-Stephanie Harris/Cabin Lake Resident;
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=HAVE NOWHERE TO GO


Some say they plan to take legal action because of the serious maintenance problems they say existed.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 9:55:05
IN Q=basically people don't

((HARRIS: BASICALLY PEOPLE DON'T KNOW THAT THE OTHER PEOPLE HAVE COMPLAINED ABOUT IT , BUT WHEN WE ALL GET TOGETHER AND DISCUSS IT, IT COMES OUT THAT THIS HAS BEEN A PROBLEM AND NOTHING WAS DONE ABOUT IT. IT HAD TO RESULT TO THIS.))
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=RESULT TO THIS
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VO-NAT


Fire officials are looking into complaints that the smoke detectors did not work.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
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Project-Warm


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=net (edit of 97-83)
GRAPHIC=none


With the cold winter temperatures out in full, many look forward to returning to a warm home.
That's what Project Warm is all about.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Salem;


Volunteers from the Church of the Brethren run the program.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 54:43:29
IN Q=IT'S A PROGRAM

((MARC WILSON/PROJECT WARM: IT'S A PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES FIREWOOD TO PEOPLE OF THE ROANOKE VALLEY BE IT SALEM, ROANOKE OR ROANOKE COUNTY, WHO OTHERWISE HAVE NO MEANS OF HEATING THEIR HOMES.))
SUPER=01-Marc Wilson/Project Warm;
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=HEATING THEIR HOMES
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VO-NAT


All the needed firewood is donated, usually by contractors; then the volunteers split it and deliver it to the needy.
Marc Wilson says they don't need any more wood, but they would like to serve more families.
If you or someone you know needs help keeping warm this winter, contact The Salvation Army and ask about Project Warm.
(----------------)



Nat-Travel


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=holiday travel


Foggy wet weather created travel problems for many Americans heading home after the long Thanksgiving weekend.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-New York, NY;


Airplanes were re- routed, and some flights were either cancelled or postponed.
SUPER=03-Denver, CO;


Meantime, it was the crowds that made for travel headaches at the Denver International Airport.
Officials say they're sure the number of travelers coming through the airport yesterday set a record.
Triple- A estimates at least 30- million Americans traveled more than 100- miles away from home over the weekend.
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E-Holiday-Travel


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-77
GRAPHIC=Holiday Travel


Virginia was no exception to the travel rush.
Nearly a dozen people died in traffic accidents on Virginia's highways over the past few days.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Students heading back to college and travelers making their way home from relatives' homes make the Sunday after Thanksgiving a busy one for state troopers.
Seventy-five-percent of the state police work force is on the road for the "CARE Holiday."
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 12:29:09
IN Q=and the CARE

((R.J. CARPENTIERI/STATE POLICE: AND THE CARE HOLIDAY STANDS FOR COMBINED ACCIDENT REDUCTION ENFORCEMENT BY OUR DEPARTMENT. LAST YEAR AT THIS TIME THERE WERE SEVEN FATALITIES IN THE STATE AND ALREADY THIS YEAR THERE HAVE BEEN 11 AND 2 OF THOSE WE KNOW WERE ALCOHOL RELATED.))
SUPER=01-R. J. Carpentieri/Virginia State Police;
RUNS=:18
OUT Q=ALCOHOL RELATED
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VO-NAT


Carpentieri says the weather plays a big role in the number of accidents.
State Police say the heavy traffic thinned out after about ten last night.
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S-Xmas-Trees


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-76
GRAPHIC=Christmas


Thanksgiving is over and it's time to hunt for a Christmas tree.
Virginia tree growers contend that real trees are making a comeback over artificial trees.
Growers say trees are fuller than usual this year after an ideal dry summer and wet fall.
Ellen Qualls has the story from a tree grower in Louisa County.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=Remember the first
SUPER=03-Bumpass; :00
SUPER=01-John Nedza/Tree Grower; :12
SUPER=07-Brooke Nedza; :49
SUPER=@Ellen1; :55
RUNS=1:05
OUT Q=Qualls, News 7, Bumpass.

14:41:37 walk video (( Remember the first Christmas trees of your childhood?
The fight to find the perfect one and then sell it to Mom and Dad.
That was all before the space-saver tree.
Pyramid, corner-shaped, or oval.
sot 14:28:26

((JOHN NEDZA/TREE GROWER: I THOUGHT OF AN OVAL AS A LITTLE NARROWER IN ONE DIRECTION AND I COULD KEEP THE SAME DIMENSION IN THE OTHER DIRECTION. UH-- THE PYRAMID, THAT JUST SOUNDED GOOD. AND OF COURSE THE CORNER IS ALSO A VERY GOOD SPACE-SAVING SHAPE.))
runs=:21


Such a brilliant idea -- so long in coming.
sot 14:27:20

((WHAT GOT INTO ME? I THINK BOREDOM. I HAD ABOUT EIGHT THOUSAND TREES HERE. AND IT TAKES ABOUT 80 TO 90 HOURS TO SHEAR THEM ALL.))
runs=:09


Daughter Brooke wants to know if it's something they should patent.
sot 14;34:21

((BROOKE NEDZA: YOU KNOW HE HAD THIS IDEA AND I WAS LIKE "OKAY DAD, YOU KNOW, WHATEVER. SOMEBODY'S GONNA BUY A SQUARE TREE. BUT...))
runs=:06



sot standup 14:50:45

((THE IDEA IS SURE TO CATCH ON WITH OTHER CHRISTMAS TREE GROWERS. BUT FOR NOW HE'S GOT THE CORNER ON THE MARKET.))
runs=:06


Maybe next year, the space saver cubical porch pumpkin.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Bumpass.))

4-Scores


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=sta
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=nfl


In sports,
Jeff Wilkins connected on a 25-yard field goal with four seconds left as St. Louis upset Washington.
For yesterday's scores from the gridiron, let's check the scoreboards.
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WIPE TO SCORES
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5022;
SUPER=0100-/Baltimore/27/j/Jacksonville/29////Cincinnati/42/j/Philadelphia/44///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0100-/Indianapolis/17/j/New England/20///j/New

Orleans/16//Carolina/13///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0100-/N.Y. Jets/10/j/Buffalo/20///j/St. Louis/23//Washington/20///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0100-/San Francisco/9/j/Kansas City/44///j/Atlanta/24//Seattle/17///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0100-j/Miami/34//Oakland/16///j/Pittsburgh/26//Arizona/20//Overtime/;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0100-j/Tampa Bay/20//N.Y. Giants/8///j/Denver/38//San Diego/28///;
RUNS=:42
OUT Q=....last score."
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SUPER=130-SUV Winner/Winona Meehan/Amherst; Goodbye