08:00-01

China-Aftermath

ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=earthquake


At least 48 people died and more than 12-hundred were injured in yesterday's earthquake in China.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-China;


The quake struck northern China around noon one day after seismologists predicted it would hit the region.
It measured 6-point-2 on the Richter scale.
70-thousand houses sustained serious damage.
Experts say aftershocks measuring four on the Richter scale would likely occur in the next few days.
57 aftershocks rocked the area in the hours after the quake.
Those measured between 2 and 4-point-6.
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Inaugural-Ball


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=AM
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-93
GRAPHIC=jim gilmore


Southwest Virginia holds the distinction as the first region in the state to hold inaugural festivities in honor of Governor Elect Jim Gilmore.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Abingdon/Last Night;


Last night-- an inaugural ball was held in Abingdon at the historic Martha Washington Inn.
More than 600 people paid 50- dollars each to attend.
Gilmore is slated to become Virginia's 68th Governor in a matter of days.
An assortment of lawmakers, including Congressman Bob Goodlatte, were on hand.
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22:32:27
SOT
IN Q=Jim Gilmore

((REP. BOB GOODLATTE/R- 6TH DISTRICT: JIM GILMORE RAN ON CARRYING ON THE PROGRAMS OF GOVERNOR GEORGE ALLEN AND IN TERMS OF STANDING UP FOR VIRGINIA IN TERMS OF FEDERAL GOVERNOR REGULATIONS AND WORKING TO CREATE MORE JOBS IN THE STATE AND JIM, I THINK WAS A GRATE ATTORNEY GENERAL AND I KNOW HE'LL DO A GOOD JOB AS GOVERNOR AS WELL. ))
SUPER=@Goodlatte; :00
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=as well.
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VO-NAT


It will be a busy week for Gilmore and his wife, Roxanne.
Inaugural events are also planned in Northern Virginia, Williamsburg, Norfolk and Charlottesville as well as Richmond.
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Death-Penalty


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=dse
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=death penalty


Christiansburg Delegat Clarence Phillips say child abusers who kill their kids should die.
He says the Annie Leftwich murder case shows an immediate need for a death penalty in such cases.
Phillips says the response to his proposal has been overwhelmingly positive.
He's expected to introduce the bill during this year's general assembly session.

Ninth-District


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#=97-97
GRAPHIC=Patrick Muldoon


Republican Pat Muldoon is trying once again to unseat Congressman Rick Boucher.
But, Muldoon is trailing far behind in the money race.
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SOT
IN Q=Spending reports filed
RUNS=:42
OUT Q=over 57-thousand.


((Spending reports filed with the Federal Election Commission show that Muldoon's cash balance was 15 dollars.
He also owed more than 5-thousand dollars from his unsuccessful 1996 campaign.
In the 1997-98 election cycle, Muldoon showed total receipts of two-thousand 50 dollars. All of that was a personal loan.
He had spent two-thousand 82 dollars.
Like most incumbents, Boucher has plenty of money to spend on his re-election bid.
More than 442-thousand dollars in the bank.
His spending reports for the 1997-98 cycle show that Boucher took in more than 81-thousand dollars, and spent just over 57-thousand.))
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ANCHOR=Denise
SS=none


The other potential GOP contender is Doctor Joe Barta of Radford.
He's not an official candidate yet, so he hasn't filed any spending reports.

1-Sports


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun Am
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=sports cut in
GRAPHIC=None


In sports,
The Express make it two home wins in a row, beating the division leading Renegades and Tech also puts one in the win column.
U-V-A doesn't fare so well.
Roy has those highlights.
Good Morning Roy.
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SOT
IN Q=Good Morning
RUNS=2:12
OUT Q=stay with us.



(toss to andrew)


Rolfing


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun am
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#healthcheck
GRAPHIC=Healthcheck


No pain--no gain--that's the case when it comes to being Rolfed.
It's a system of working the body to bring it into vertical alignment and in balance with gravity.
There are only 850 Rolfers in the world...about three practice locally.
Tonya Flory has more.
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SOT 10:40:25
IN Q=The knee...
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :11
SUPER=01-Robin Delatush/Client's Mother; :35
SUPER=01-Danielle Rand-Byrd/Client; 1:30
SUPER=01-Carol Blanding/Certified Rolfer; 2:01
RUNS=2:24
OUT Q=Health Check.

(( (/////NAT SOUND/////)
SOT 10:40:25
IN Q=The knee

((THE KNEE BONES CONNECTED TO THE THIGH BONE...YOU CAN REALLY SEE, IT'S PHYSICAL PROOF THAT THIS IS ALL CONNECTED))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=connected


Originally termed structural integration, rolfing came about from the woman who created it:
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SOT 10:50:28:21
IN Q=Ida Rolf

((CAROL BLANDING:IDA ROLF WAS SUCH A STRONG PRESENCE THAT ONCE SHE WORKED ON YOU--YOU KNEW YOU'S BEEN ROLFED AND SO THAT'S HOW IT CAUGHT ON, THAT NAME))
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=that name.


Christopher has cerebral palsy.
His doctors said he would never be mobile--he's proving them wrong.
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SOT 10:30:07
IN Q=He ended up

((ROBIN DELATUSH:HE ENDED UP BEING SO MUCH LOOSER AFTER THE SESSION THAT IT WAS JUST WORTH IT TO CONTINUE. THERE ARE TIMES WHEN IT IS A LITTLE UNCOMFORTABLE FOR HIM WHEN HIS MUSCLES ARE REALLY TIGHT, BUT OVERALL HE BENEFITS FROM IT SO MUCH THAT IT'S REALLY GREAT FOR HIM.))
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=great for him.

Christopher has a session every week to keep him loose enough so that the therapy work well for him.
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SOT 10:30:39
IN Q=You'll see

((ROBIN DELATUSH:YOU'LL SEE A LOT OF C-P KIDS THAT THEY GET LOCKED INTO POSITIONS AND THEY CAN'T MOVE AND THEY CAN'T CONTROL THEIR BODY, THEIR MUSCLES ARE SO TIGHT THAT THEY CAN'T PUT THEIR ARM OUT AND THE ROLFING HELPS HIM TO STAY LOOSE.))
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=stay loose.
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SOT 10:35:41
IN Q=Her feet

((HER FEET USED TO BE ABSOLUTE BLUE...I HAD TERRIBLE CIRCULATION PROBLEMS))
RUNS=:04
OUT Q=circulation problems.

Danielle Byrd started rolfing at the request of her chiropractor after an accident left her in constant pain.
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SOT 11:02:23
IN Q=Sometimes whiplash

((SOMETIMES WHILPLASH YOU LOOSE THE CURVE IN YOUR NECK SO WHAT I'LL DO IS I'LL WORK IN HERE SEE HOW I'M GOING TO RAISE IT UP, AND STRETCH IT OUT.))
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=stretch it out
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SOT 11:09:10
IN Q=I kept saying

((DANIELLE RAND-BYRD:I KEPT SAYING WELL I'M JUST HERE FOR MY NECK, AND CAROL WAS WORKING ON MY FEET AND I KEPT SAYING BUT I'M HERE FOR MY NECK. AND I LEARNED THROUGH THE ROLFING THAT ALL MY MUSCLES ARE CONNECTED AND I WAS ABLE TO SOLVE A LOT OTHER MEDICAL PROBLEMS THROUGH THE BENEFITS OF THE ROLFING))
RUNS=:19
OUT Q=the rolfing

It's not a massage that feels good--patients desrcibe it as severe, uncomfortable pressure.
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SOT 11:00:14
IN Q=Okay now

((OKAY NOW REACH DOWN WITH YOUR RIGHT ARM AS I APPLY THE PRESSURE IN THERE, YOU ALLRIGHT? YAY. OKAY))
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=yay, okay.
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SOT 11:14:04
IN Q=Everybody can benefit

((CAROL BLANDING/CERTIFIED ROLFER:EVERYBODY CAN BENEFIT FROM ROLFING. MOST PEOPLE WHO COME TO ROLFING HAVE SOME SORT OF PAIN. IT'S USUALLY SOMETHING THAT THEY'VE GONE EVERYWHERE ELSE AND HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO GET RELIEF AND ROLFING IS OFTEN A LAST RESORT TYPE OF THING, AND THEN THEY GET BETTER))
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=get better

Ten sessions cost 750 dollars--but clients say the benefits are worth every painful penny. Tonya Flory, News 7-Health Check.))
HEADLINES
SUPER=#4054; Headline Banner

**NO MUSIC HERE**
ANCHOR=Denise 2 shot


Here's a look at today's top stories.
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VO-NAT
ANCHOR=Denise


At least 48 people were killed and more than 12-hundred injured in an earthquake in China yesterday.
The quake hit close to the Great Wall in northern China. It mearsured a 6-point-2 on the Richter Scale.
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VO-NAT
ANCHOR=Denise


Hundreds turned out for Governor Elect Jim Gilmore's first inaugural event last night in Abingdon.
Gilmore is just days away from becoming Virginia's 68th governor.
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VO-NAT
ANCHOR=Denise


And the brother of convicted Oklahoma conspirator Terry Nichols speaks out in defense of the jury. James Nichols says the jury spared the government from killing his brother.
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ANCHOR=Denise 2 SHOT


And that's what's making news on this Sunday January 11th.
(2-shot toss to Andrew for Newsreel)


Elvis-Reel


ANCHOR=Andrew
NEWSCAST=SunAm
WRITER=dse
TAPE#newsreel
GRAPHIC=newsreel


Elvis Presley would have celebrated his 63-rd birthday this week.
He was born in Tupelo Mississippi back on January 8, 1935.
But did you know he died just before a scheduled concert in Roanoke?
And the association between The King and Southwest Virginia doesn't end there.
Here's David Seidel with this week's edition of Virginia Newsreel.
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SOT
IN Q=natsot music
SUPER=20-David Seidel;
RUNS=2:10
OUT Q=news-7

((
NAT SOT

29:33 ((THEY SAID YOU WAS HIGH CLASS, WELL THAT WAS JUST A LIE.))
RUNS=:05


The King performed in Roanoke four times -- in 1955, 1972, 74 and 76.
And he died just eight days before what would have been his fifth trip to the Star City.
Just hours after his death, Roanoke music stores sold out of Presly albums. Sot 30:03 old newsreel tape ((I HAVEN'T GOT ANY NUMBERS, BUT WE'RE JUST ABOUT OUT OF SINGLES AND WE'RE REALLY LOW ON THE ALBUMS. AND THIS IS WHAT, ABOUT AN HOURS TIME. FROM SIX TO SEVEN, WE'VE SOLD THAT MANY.))
RUNS=:07


Many Elvis fans who planned to attend the concert chose to keep their tickets rather than sell them to collectors. Sot 30:21 old newsreel tape ((I DON'T WANT TO MAKE MONEY ON ELVIS. I WANT TO REMEMBER HIM AS THE DECENT PERSON HE WAS. AND IF I GIVE THEM UP, I'LL GIVE THEM BACK TO THE CIVIC CENTER FOR THE MONEY I PAID FOR THEM.))
RUNS=:13


A memorial service took the place of the concert and more than 6,000 fans showed up.
But the link between Elvis and Southwest Virginia didn't end there.
In 1985 the Epperly's began building a replica of Graceland on the front lawn of their Riverland Road home.
Later they added the house in Tupelo where Elvis was born, the Heartbreak Hotel Restraunt, the Elvis Presly Car Museum and the Roanoke Civic Center.
For fans who can't make it to Memphis, Mini-Graceland offers a nearby alternative. Sot 31:08 old newsreel tape ((A LARGE AMOUNT OF THE PEOPLE JUST CAN'T FULL UP AND GO TO GRACELAND EVERY YEAR, THE PEOPLE THAT WOULD WANT TO PAY TRIBUTE, YOU KNOW. SO THIS PLACE GIVES THEM A PLACE TO DO JUST WHAT THEY WANT TO DO AND NEED TO DO))
RUNS=:12


Folks looking to eat like the King head to Burnt Chimney.
That's where Karen Jones and Diana Holland started the Graceland Cafe and Starlight Lounge. Sot 02:02 97-59 ((RIGHT NOW WE GOT LOVE ME TENDER STEAKS, WE GOT YOU AINT'S NOTHING BUT A HOT DOG. THAT'S BEEN POPULAR))
RUNS=:05


The owners say the only other Graceland Cafe they know of -- is in Graceland. performance film over tag
That's Virginia Newreel, I'm David Seidel, News-7.))

Sports-Plays


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#plays
GRAPHIC=ncaa basketball


In late N-C-Double-A Top 25 action...
10th ranked U-C-L-A welcomed the Oregon Ducks and it turned out to be a hard fought game.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Los Angles, CA;


But Legendary Bruin Coach John Wooden wasn't disappointed.
Barren Davis puts on a show....
Davis spins into the paint and sinks the bucket.
The Bruins use good ball movement or a good travel you be the ref, Mccoy
gets SUPER=33-#10 UCLA/68/Oregon/66/;

inside with the lay-up and draws the foul.
And U-C-L-A STEALS a victory 68-to-66.
Our late night travels take us to Laramie, Wyoming, next.
SUPER=03-Laramie, WY;


Where 12th ranked New Mexico walks away disappointed.
Greg Sawyer hit from outside all night and here's one of his three pointers.
SUPER=33-Wyoming/58/#12 New Mexico/55/;


Clayton Shields finishes the nice pass but New Mexico looses.
It's Wyoming 58-New Mexico 55.
Now it's back to Los Angeles for hockey where the Kings are hoping for a victory but they don't get it.
Tony Hrkac (HER-kus) gives the Oilers the early lead with this first period goal.
SUPER=31-Los Angeles/3/Edmonton/4/;


L-S tried to keep up but Edmonton would finish the Kings and come away with the Four to Three.
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WebWatch


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=eea
TAPE#WebWatch
GRAPHIC=Web Watch


Universities are waging a war against computer harassment.
And, with the year 2,000 around the corner should you worry about massive computer meltdowns?
Eric Earnhart has more on those stories in this week's WebWatch.
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SOT
IN Q=They may help with
SUPER=@File; :06
SUPER=03-South Boston; :26
SUPER=01-Jerry Hill/The Software Factory; :42
RUNS=1:34
OUT Q=WDBJ7-dot-com

(( Intro
RUNS=:05



They may help with your studies, but Internet computers in college have an unwanted side effect... harassment.
A survey of 400 colleges found two-thirds had incidents of e-mail sexual harrassment... Almost as many had a problem with hackers... and a third had students who were victimized by electronic hate messages.

Good news for some home computer users worried about the so-called millenium bug.
If you use a pentium system mainly for word-processing, e-mail, and web-browsing, chances are you don't have much to fear... so says Jerry Hill with the Software Factory in South Boston.

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SOT 2:51:05
IN Q=You're in pretty good

((JERRY HILL/THE SOFTWARE FACTORY; YOU'RE IN PRETTY GOOD SHAPE, SINCE YOU'RE NOT RELYING ON IT FOR YOUR BUSINESS, WHATEVER HAPPENS, WHATEVER MIGHT FAIL, AND THEIR MIGHT BE SOME SOFTWARE THAT MIGHT FAIL, IT CAN BE FIXED.))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=can be fixed



Software Factory programmers are helping businesses fix the millenium problem... caused by an old computer code that doesn't recognize dates with the year 2000.

If the girl scouts don't make it to your door this year, you can still get those cookies on the web.
A Boston Girl Scout chapter will begin taking on-line credit card orders later this month.
Once you get them, the Girl Scouts Resource Center site has a list of recipes you can use them in... how about the Thin Mint Ice Cream Log!

The links to these sites are on the Webwatch page on the WDBJ website, at WWW-dot-WDBJ7-DOT-COM.))

OK-Bombing


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=ok city bombing trial


The brother of convicted co-conspirator Terry Nichols says if it wasn't for the jury, the government would be guilty of the pre-meditated murder of Terry.
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VO-NAT


JAMES Nichols spoke out for the first time since the trial.
In a phone conversation with a CBS reporter James Nichols had harsh for investigators and the judge.
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SOT 5:35:41
IN Q=the prosecutors

(( ))
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=embarrassed by it
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VO-NAT


James Nichols praised the jury for seeing through what he called the government's lies.
Terry Nichols escaped the death penalty in the federal case, but could still be sentenced to death if convicted of charges in Oklahoma.
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Video-Shooting


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=legal scales


A man accused of shooting at police says he tried to miss.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Wilmington, OH;


Cheyne Kehoe says he's an excellent shot and he's not trained to be a killer.
You may remember this video.
Police pulled over Kehoe and his brother for expired tags when a struggle started.
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SOT 5:38:10
IN Q=I was not

(( ))
SUPER=01-Cheyne Kehoe/Defendant;
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=to kill anyone
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VO-NAT


Kehoe and his brother went on the lamb and ended up in Wyoming.
He later turned himself in to police.
The trial resumes Monday.
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E-Malone's-Peake


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=djo
TAPE#=97-98
GRAPHIC=none


It may be one of Roanoke's best kept historic secrets.
Now it has a new lease on life.
David Johnson has the story of Malone's Peake.
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SOT
IN Q=What was once
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :06
SUPER=01-Roland Malone/"Malone's Peake" Owner; :15
SUPER=07-Edna Malone; :45
SUPER=@David1; 1:00
RUNS=1:15
OUT Q=news 7


((What was once the site of Roanoke's most prominent African-American private social club is now a public banquet center.
The historic "Dukes and Earls" club is now "Malone's Peake".
(/////SOT/////)
SOT-12:37:00

((ROLAND MALONE/"MALONE'S PEAKE" OWNER; THIS BANQUET FACILITY HAS DONE WONDERS FOR REUNIONS, CONFERENCES, MEETINGS, BIRTHDAY PARTIES, ANNIVERSARIES, THINGS OF THAT NATURE THAT YOU NORMALLY LOOK FOR A PLACE.))
RUNS=:14


The center sits on nearly seven and a half acres and has outgrown its current capacity, so the Malones plan to expand.
The master plan includes a conference center, an amphitheater and picnic facilities.
The structure reflects the area's history and the banquet rooms identify with the region.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT-12:40:25

((EDNA MALONE/"MALONE'S PEAKE" CO-OWNER; WE HAVE "LICK RUN" WHICH IS A STREAM THAT BORDERS THE AREA HERE. WE ALSO HAVE "POINDEXTER HALL" WHICH IS AN AREA HERE IN KINGSTOWN AND WE HAVE "KINGSTOWN" HALL.))
RUNS=:16
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STAND-UP/13:19:36 ((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; MALONE'S PEAKE WILL BE COMPLETED OVER THE NEXT FIVE YEARS AND WILL BE PRIVATELY FUNDED. ROLAND AND EDNA HAVE PUT ABOUT 200-THOUSAND DOLLARS INTO THE FACILITY, BUT IT WILL TAKE ABOUT TWO- MILLION DOLLARS TO MAKE THEIR DREAM A REALITY. DAVID JOHNSON, NEWS 7.))
RUNS=:15

))

Disc-Golf


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=djo
TAPE#=97-96
GRAPHIC=none


The 1998 professional golf season kicked off this week across the country.
And, here in Roanoke golfers teed-off, but not everyone was using clubs...
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


at least not at the first disc golf tournament of the year that began at Fishburn Park yesterday.
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SOT-09:34:45
IN Q=DISC GOLF

((DON WETZEL/TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR; DISC GOLF IS JUST LIKE REGULAR GOLF AS FAR AS SCORING. THE LOWEST NUMBER OF THROWS AS OPPOSED TO STROKES WINS.))
SUPER=01-Don Wetzel/Tournament Director;
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=STROKES WINS.
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VO-NAT


Locally, the sport is starting to catch on. There are different levels from beginners to professionals.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT-09:35:22
IN Q=WE HAVE A

((WETZEL; WE HAVE A NOVICE DIVISION FOR SOMEBODY THAT'S JUST BEGINNING TO PLAY OR SOMEBODY THAT DOESN'T FEEL THAT THEY PLAY VERY WELL. WE HAVE AN ADVANCED DIVISION FOR PEOPLE IN BETWEEN NOVICE AND OPEN WHICH IS THE LAST DIVISION. JOHNNY BROWN/PROFESSIONAL DISC GOLFER; I'VE PLAYED IN TOURNAMENTS IN BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA. THEY HAVE MULTI- TOURNAMENTS DOWN THERE. I PLAY DOWN THERE, I'VE PLAYED IN RICHMOND, A PDGA TOURNAMENT DOWN THERE.))
SUPER=01-Johnny Brown/Professional Disc Golfer; :11
RUNS=:18
OUT Q=DOWN THERE.
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VO-NAT


Newcomers say while their confidence is high, the game is not as easy as it looks.
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SOT-09:47:30
IN Q=IT'S CHALLENGING

((STACY OWEN/ROOKIE DISC GOLFER; IT'S CHALLENGING A LITTLE BIT. IT'S MORE THAN JUST THROWING A FRISBEE AND EVERYTHING. IT'S MORE THAN I EXPECTED BUT IT'S REALLY FUN.))
SUPER=01-Stacy Owen/Rookie Disc Golfer;
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=REALLY FUN
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VO-NAT


Disc golf began in 1975 and there are about 500 disc golf courses worldwide.
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60-minutes


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=dse
TAPE#60-minutes
GRAPHIC=none


Each Sunday we'll give you a preview of some of the things you can expect on 60- Minutes.
Here's Ed Bradley with a preview of Stephanie's Law -- how Kansas is keeping convited sex offenders behind bars even after they've served their time.
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SOT

10:48:13 10 na
IN Q=how can you
SUPER=01-Ed Bradley/Reporting;
RUNS=:26
OUT Q=want them out
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ANCHOR=Andrew


You can see that story and more tonight on 60-Minutes.
That's tonight at Seven O'Clock, here on W-D-B-J.

2-Sports


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#sun sports
GRAPHIC=none


Phil Mickelsen is on top in the Mercedes PGA Championship.
And there's a big day in NFL action this afternoon.
Roy has stories.
Good Morning again Roy.
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SOT
IN Q=Good Morning
RUNS=1:57
OUT Q=sports department

Birthdays 1/13
SUPER=130-18/Brian Coles/Gretna;



SUPER=130-2/Kyle Wilhelm/Collinsville;



SUPER=130-/Dixie Shelton/Hurt;


no picture:

SUPER=130-/Kendra Hatchett/Snow Creek;



SUPER=130-/Brenda Akers/Snow Creek;


Mendenhall


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sunday-Morning
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#Va-Profiles
GRAPHIC=Virginia Profiles


This morning, we're debuting another feature of News 7 Sunday Morning, Virginia Profiles.
We start with Dorothy Mendenhall, a lifelong Roanoker who has witnessed a world of changes in her 80 years. Joe Dashiell has her story.
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SOT
IN Q=OPENS WITH VA. PROFILES GRAPHIC
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :19
SUPER=@Joe2; 1:04
SUPER=07-Dorothy Mendenhall; 1:19
RUNS=2:23
OUT Q=JD News 7 Roanoke

((OPENS ON NAT SOUND OF PIANO OVER HOUSE EXTERIOR
As you climb the steps to Dorothy Mendenhall's northwest Roanoke home, listen for the sound of her piano.
Mendenhall finds comfort in her favorite hymns, and the touch of an instrument her parents bought from Grand Piano and Furniture in 1936.
SOT MORE NAT SOUND OF MENDENHALL PLAYING PIANO


Mendenhall was born in this home, and has lived here for 80 years. Every picture on the wall, every piece of furniture has its own story.
SOT 10:42: 48
IN Q=I bet it was something

((I BET IT WAS SOMETHING COOKING ON THAT STOVE. OH MOM MADE MANY A PIE AND CAKE IN THAT STOVE, AND AT CHRISTMAS TIME SHE'D HAVE FOUR OR FIVE CAKES AROUND HERE AND WE COULDN'T TOUCH EM. THE CAKE PANS ARE STILL SITTING THERE.))
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=still sitting there.


Mendenhall grew up in a close- knit community. She can recite the names of neighbors long gone, point out the vacant lots that once harbored homes.
But mixed among the fond memories of her childhood are other images from the days of segregation.
SOT 11:28:13
IN Q=There were two fountains

((THERE WERE TWO FOUNTAINS AND THE SIGN WAS OVER THE TOP OF THE FOUNTAIN WHERE THE COLORED COULD DRINK AND WHERE THE WHITE COULD DRINK AND THE BATHROOMS WERE THE SAME. I SAID I'M TIRED SO I DECIDED I WANTED TO RIDE THE BUS. ON THE BUS THERE WERE THE SAME SIGNS, WHITES TO THE FRONT, COLORED TO THE REAR, SO WE HAD TO GO ALL THE WAY BACK. SAME FOR THE STREETCARS, DOWNTOWN OUT TO SOUTH ROANOKE. RIGHT. TIMES HAVE CHANGED, BUT IT MAKES YOU STOP AND THINK ABOUT THE PAST.))
RUNS=:32
OUT Q=about the past.


Mendenhall is proud of her volunteer work with the old Burrell Hospital, community groups, and her church... and says she's grateful for the life she has lead.
SOT
IN Q=The Bible quotes

((THE BIBLE QUOTES THAT IF YOU LIVE THREE SCORE YEARS AND TEN, YOU'VE BEEN BLESSED AND I'VE LIVED BEYOND THAT. I HAVE BEEN BLESSED.))
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=I have been blessed.


And if she's feeling lonely from time to time.. missing family members who've died or moved away... Mendenhall says her piano helps to fill the empty spaces. ENDS WITH NAT SOUND OF MENDENHALL PLAYING THE PIANO...
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

Sports-Extra


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# Sports extra
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Express


In this Sunday's Sports Extra...
There's one member of the Express Hockey team who never takes the ice, but ensures members of the team are able to sink their teeth into the game.
Let me introduce you to Doctor Jeffery Wetter.
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SOT
IN Q=WE'VE HAD BROKEN
SUPER=02-Dr. Jeffrey Wetter/Express Dentist; :00
SUPER=01-Dave Gagnon/Express Goalie; :19
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :24
SUPER=01-Frank Anzalone/Express Coach; :44 QUICK!!!!
RUNS=1:43
OUT Q=the less they'll have
(((/////SOT/////)
SOT 13:47:38
IN Q=WE'VE HAD BROKEN

((DR. JEFFERY WETTTER/EXPRESS DENTIST: WE'VE HAD BROKEN TEETH, LOOSE TEETH, PAIN, INFECTION, SWELLING THEN YOUR NORMAL BUMPS AND BRUISES. THEY'RE JUST COMING IN TO SEE IF EVERYTHING'S O KAY. THEY GOT KNOCKED UP AND THINGS DON'T FEEL RIGHT.))
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=DON'T FEEL RIGHT
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IN Q=AS YOU CAN

((DAVE GAGNON/EXPRESS GOALIE: AS YOU CAN TELL I'VE BEEN IN THERE QUITE A BIT. THEY'RE NOT VERY GOOD. THEY HAVEN'T FIXED MY TEETH. NO, THEY'RE GREAT PEOPLE.))
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OUT Q=GREAT PEOPLE


Jeffrey Wetter and most of the staff at Wetter and Associates are big Express fans.
They were eager to be walk-ons to Roanoke's professional hockey team.
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IN Q=BASICALLY WE'RE IN

((WETTER: BASICALLY WE'RE IN CONTRACT WITH THEM AND THEY HAVE A PROBLEM WHETHER IT'S THAT DAY OR ON THE ICE OR AFTERWARDS WE'RE TO TAKE CARE OF IT.))
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OUT Q=CARE OF IT
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IN Q=YOU KNOW YOURSELF

((FRANK ANZALONE/EXPRESS COACH: YOU KNOW YOURSELF, THE NORMAL PERSON WORKING NINE TO FIVE AND HAVING A CAVITY--IT'S VERY PAINFUL--SO IMAGINE TRYING TO PLAY IN A COLD RINK, TRYING TO BE AT YOUR BEST WITH A CAVITY OR A TOOTH ACHE OR WITH A TOOTH OUT AND A NERVE. SO YOU'VE GOT TO HAVE GOOD MEDICAL PEOPLE.))
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OUT Q=GOOD MEDICAL PEOPLE


Defenseman Rick Schuhwerk is getting his chipped tooth repaired.
Wetter says most of the injuries he sees are caused by high sticking, rough checks or fights with the opposing teams.
But many times, its off the ice, where players experience tooth trouble like anyone else.
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IN Q=IT'S THE OFF ICE

((GAGNON; IT'S THE OFF ICE THINGS. THE DEVASTATING APPLE BITE, THE GUM CHEWING AND THE CANDY AND YOU TELL YOUR KIDS NOT TO EAT THE STUFF AND IT'S MAKING MY TEETH FALL OUT.))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=TEETH FALL OUT.


And as professional athletes these guys are always in the public eye.
So the goal is to keep them smiling.
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SOT 13:49:30
IN Q=THEY SEEM TO HAVE MOST

((WETTER: THEY SEEM TO HAVE MOST OF THEIR TEETH CAUSE THEY'RE YOUNGER GUYS. THESE GUYS MIGHT BE FROM 21 TO 30 AND THEY MOSTLY HAVE ALL THEIR TEETH AT THAT POINT, NOW THE LONGER THEY STAY IN THEIR PROFESSION THE LESS THEY'LL HAVE.))
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OUT Q=LESS THEY'LL HAVE

))

Firestorm


ANCHOR=Andrew
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=dse
TAPE#enter
GRAPHIC=none


In this morning's entertainment report, Howie Long battles a forest fire, confronts an escaped felon and plucks a female hostage from death's door.
Patty Spitler has a preview of Firestorm.
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SUPER=03-Firestorm/Twentieth Century Fox; :00
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SunPromo


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=dse
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=News-7 at Six


Tempratures have returned to normal now.
But how will last week's warm weather affect the upcoming growing season?
We'll take a look at that story and much more tonight on News-7 at Six.

Mornin-Tease


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Wkend
WRITER=
TAPE#Mornin Tease
GRAPHIC=News 7 Mornin


You can start your work and school week off right with News 7 Mornin, tomorrow morning at six a-m. Steve Pardon has more.
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Kicker


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=SunAM
WRITER=ssa
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=olympic rings


Finally this morning, the Olympic Games should be a showcase of the world's brightest athletes.
Last night in Philadelphia, the U-S women's figure skaters did their part.
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VO-NAT

6:48:12
SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA;
SUPER=04-ABC Sports


The U-S will send it's last three national champions to the Games in Nagano, Japan.
Michelle Kwan was nearly perfect in winning her second U.S. Championship in three years.
Kwan got eight perfect sixes for artistry last night in the free skate.
Defending world and U-S champion Tara Lipinski performed a triple-triple combination and finished a close second to Kwan.
19-95 American titlist Nicole Bobek charmed the crowd with her routine. She finished in third place. (----------------)