U-N weapon inspectors are back in Baghdad waiting to see if they can go back
to work or if the United States will use military force.
It appears air strikes are likely as Saddam Hussein continues to stop
inspectors from searching presidential sights.
But Secretary of Defense William Cohen says air strikes won't completely
destroy all of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction.
IN Q=I THINK IT'S
((WILLIAM COHEN/SEC. OF DEFENSE: I THINK IT'S CLEAR THAT MILITARY OPERATIONS
WOULD NOT NECESSARILY BE A ONE TIME OPERATION OR ACTION.))
SUPER=01-William Cohen/Secretary of Defense;
OUT Q=OR ACTION
Cohen made clear the goal of any attack would be to destroy Saddam's
chemical and biological weapons plants, its missile facilities and the elite
A U-S decision won't be made until all the Diplomatic cards have been
Despite the so-called 'crisis in the White House,' President Clinton is
enjoying the highest approval rating of his presidency.
After the State of the Union Address on Wednesdayt a CBS poll showed Clinton
had the approval of 73-percent of the American public
Analyst believe citizens are offering a multi-level response and the people
don't want to rush to judgement.
They also say the rating may encourage the administration to believe their
stonewall strategy is working and, barring any new disclosures, the crisis may
prove to be more personally embarrassing than politically damaging.
GRAPHIC=Drug Bust, Cocaine
Two drug raids in Halifax County Saturday morning netted thousands of
dollars, drugs and some semi-automatic weapons.
The raids happened at 1 a-m at homes officers say were well-known for drug
One of the homes was located behind the Virginia Elementary School.
Police seized crack cocaine, marijuana, six guns, cellular phones, scales
and other drug paraphernalia as well as 4,000 dollars.
Suspects include Christopher Allen Ellis, James C. Young, Mack Arthur Kincy,
and John Calvin Smith.
Charges against the four include distribution and possession of crack
cocaine, and possession of guns.
An early morning fire in Roanoke is under control at this hour.
The blaze started in a condemned building in the 11-hundred block of Hunt
Firefighters were called to the scene at about six this morning.
Its the third time they've responded to a call at the abandoned building.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Police manage to retrieve 75 percent of all stolen bikes.
But, only about two or three percent of those bikes make it back to the real
Roanoke's police department hosted its first ever bicycle registration
program in an effort to cut down on thefts and increase the chances of stolen
bikes being returned to their owners.
IN Q=WE HAVE BICYCLES
((OFFICER SHARON SHARP/ROANOKE CITY POLICE; WE HAVE BICYCLES THAT WE RECOVER
ALL OVER THE CITY USUALLY, BUT WE HAVE NO WAY OF IDENTIFYING THE OWNER. SOME
PEOPLE WILL FILE A POLICE REPORT AND TELL US THE BICYCLES ARE MISSING, SOME
PEOPLE DON'T FILE THE POLICE REPORTS. PLUS THE SERIAL NUMBERS AREN'T SOMETHING
THAT THE PARENTS OR PEOPLE WOULD WRITE DOWN AND KEEP UP WITH AND WE HAVE TO
HAVE THE NUMBERS SO WE CAN MATCH UP THE OWNERS TO THE BICYCLES.))
SUPER=01-Sharon Sharp/Roanoke City Police;
OUT Q=THE BICYCLES.
Bubba Richards had this bike stolen last year.
He says his father's "eagle eyes" aided in return of the two wheeler, but
the youngster doesn't want to depend on his good luck again.
IN Q=I DON'T WANT
((JOHN "BUBBA" RICHARDS/STOLEN BIKE VICTIM; I DON'T WANT MY OTHER BIKE TO GET
STOLEN OR THE SAME BIKE TO GET STOLEN AGAIN.))
SUPER=01-John "Bubba" Richards/Theft Victim;
OUT Q=STOLEN AGAIN.
The bike registration program is the brain child of the police department's
crime prevention unit.
(TOSS TO ANDREW)
TAPE# Morning Sports
Radford takes sole possession of second place in the Big South Conference,
you saw it here on WDBJ.
Roy Stanley has those highlights plus a look at the contest between the Lady
Highlanders and Liberty.
Good Morning Roy.
IN Q=Good Morning Denise and Andrew
OUT Q=Next Sports segment
Many people hate going to the doctor.
When you're sick it's an added stress that can make you feel worse.
Tonya Flory has the remedy to take the pain out of doctor's visits.
SUPER=01-Dr. Jody Hershey/New River Health Dist. Director; :12
OUT Q=Health Check
(( Doctor's appointment's can take hours, most of which is spent in the
waiting room -- but to avoid wasting time physicians advise you approach a
doctors visit much like you would a business meeting.
IN Q=If you're
((DR. JODY HERSHEY/NEW RIVER HEALTH DISTRICT DIRECTOR:IF YOU'RE A PERSON THAT
HAS A LOT OF SYMPTOMS BETWEEN DOCTOR'S VISITS KEEPING A HEALTH DIARY AND USING
IT TO FOCUS THE AGENDA FOR THAT DOCTOR'S VISIT.))
OUT Q=doctor's visit.
IN Q=The stress
((THE STRESS OF GOING TO THE DOCTOR PLUS THE ADDED TIME CONSTRAINTS CAN MAKE IT
EASY TO FORGET TO ASK IMPORTANT QUESTIONS SO DOCTORS SUGGEST MAKING A LIST
AHEAD OF TIME AND LETTING THE RECEPTIONIST KNOW WHEN YOU CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR
APPOINTMENT YOU'RE GOING TO NEED SOME EXTRA TIME WITH THE DOCTOR.))
OUT Q=the doctor.
IN Q=If they do
((DR. JODY HERSHEY/NEW RIVER HEALTH DISTRICT DIRECTOR:IF THEY DO HAVE A LIST OF
QUESTIONS IF THEY HAVE SIGNIFICANT QUESTIONS REGARDING HEALTH AND DISEASE
PREVENTION FOR EXAMPLE THEY HAVE A FAMILY MEMBER THAT HAS DIABETES AND THEY
WANT TO TALK ABOUT THEIR CHANCE OF GETTING DIABETES.))
OUT Q=getting diabetes.
The doctor will also have time to prepare and do research before hand.
Another tip...doctor's refer to the adage honesty is the best policy.
IN Q=If they've
((DR. JODY HERSHEY/NEW RIVER HEALTH DISTRICT DIRECTOR: IF THEY HAVE BEEN GIVEN
A MEDICATION AND THEY'RE NOT TAKING IT AND THEY'RE ASKED ABOUT SYMPTOMS THEY
SHOULD BE VERY HONEST ABOUT THERE HEALTH AND MEDICATION HABITS.))
And your family doctor should also be a friend with whom you feel comfortable
sharing sensitive kinds of information.
IN Q=Even though
((DR. JODY HERSHEY/NEW RIVER HEALTH DISTRICT DIRECTOR:EVEN THOUGH IT'S
UNCOMFORTABLE SOMETIMES AND EMBARRASSING TALKING ABOUT URINARY INCONTINENCE FOR
OLDER PEOPLE OR MEMORY LOSS I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT TO DISCUSS THOSE ISSUES IN
ORDER TO OPTIMIZE THAT PARTNERSHIP.))
OUT Q=that partnership.
Healthcare has become a teamwork effort of nurse practitioners, pharmacists,
physical and occupation therapist and others who can also answer most concerns
a patient may have about treatment and conditions.
Tonya Flory, News 7, Health check.))
ANCHOR=Denise 2 shot
***No Music Under
Here's a look at today's top stories.
Iraqi officials say they can produce documents showing all warheads in Iraq
U-N weapons inspectors question whether Iraq still has chemical warheads.
Iraq will launch a program today to give military training to its citizens
so they can protect the country in case of attack.
Halifax County police seized drugs, cash and semi-automatic weapons in two
drug raids Saturday morning.
Four men will face charges including posession and distribution of crack
Police tell Virginia business owners to be wary of letters with a Nigerian
The Nigerian Advance Fraud Scheme continues to plague the state.
The senders identify themselves as Nigerian officials trying to free up
money for their country.
Responding to the letter could cost a business owner thousands of dollars.
ANCHOR=Denise 2 SHOT
And that's what's making news on this SUnday February 1.
(TOSS TO ANDREW FOR NEWSREEL)
Scandal is not an uncommon word in the political world.
And President Clinton is not the first poltician to fend off allegations of
Here's David Seidel with Virginia Newsreel.
SUPER=10-Sen. Chuck Robb/(D) Virginia/1991; :07
SUPER=10-Tim Collins/Tai Collins' Brother/1991; :40
SUPER=10-Lynda Robb/Chuck Robb's Wife/1991; 1:02
SUPER=20-David Seidel; 1:20
OUT Q=DS, News 7
IN Q=pure fantasy
OUT Q=tell ya
That's what Senator Chuck Robb had to say about allegations of an affair
with Roanoker Tai Collins.
In the Spring of 1991, Collins -- a former Miss Virginia USA -- told N-B-C
that she had a sexual affair with Robb while he was governor.
Robb said he met Tai Collins, but their relationship was not sexual.
Collins' brother stood by his sister's story.
IN Q=Why doesn't Chuck
OUT Q=I doubt it
Several months later, Collins bared her story and her body for Playboy.
Robb had little to say, but his wife was furious.
IN Q=I'm horrified
OUT Q=to make money
Perhaps the only party to benefit from the controversy was Playboy.
People were reserving copies of the issue weeks before its release.
At Milan Brothers in Roanoke, the remaining copies sold out in a matter of
That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm David Seidel, News-7.))
TAPE# Sports Plays
In late games, sixth rank Arizona won its 12th straight last night, beating
And the Wildcats did it on California's home court, Mike Bibby with the
Bibby weaving through traffic here had 16 on the night and four assists.
Arizona cruises to a 13 point win.
Petr Korda and Marcelo Rios faced off in the Men's Australian Open
30 year old Korda dominated with volleys like this and an un-returnable
Korda of the Czech Republic beat Rios 6-2, 6-2, 6-2, to win the first major
tennis title of the season.
In Edmonton, the Canucks bested the Oilers on their own ice with good stick
work like this from Pavel Bure.
That was his 33 goal of the season.
The two on one break...Migilnay to Brian Noonan for the score and Vancouver
double Edmonton 6-to-3.
Of course Saturdays are packed with sports action.
Here's a look at the results of yesterday's contests.
WIPE TO MOTION
SUPER=0098-j/Radford/77//Liberty/59////Va. Tech/61/j/G. Washington/75///;
SUPER=0098-/W. Carolina/80/j/VMI/94////Wm. & Mary/56/j/American/61///;
SUPER=0098-/Va. Wesleyan/83/j/Emory &
SUPER=0098-j/Guilford/58//Wash. & Lee/55///;
OUT Q=.......last score."
We've made it through the soggiest January on record, now its time to tackle
another winter month.
Patrick Evans tells us what to expect in February.
IN Q=nat sound music
OUT Q=news 7 weather
More and more Americans are going on-line these days.
And, a unique project takes the world wide web under water.
More in this week's WebWatch.
IN Q=If you're on
SUPER=03-Monterey, CA; :48
SUPER=01-Sylvia Earle/Oceanographer; 1:03-quick
((If you're on line you have plenty of company. A new survey from Cyber
Dialogue found 21 percent of American adults doing something on the internet,
most are using e-mail and the World Wide Web.
On top of that, nearly 24 million Americans WANT to get on line in the next
But apparently it's not for everyone, the survey also found almost 16
million Americans tried the internet last year, and then dropped it.
Because of the anticipated increase in on-line activity, the head of the FCC
wants to avoid more internet congestion.
Bill Kennard says he's looking into ways to give companies incentives to
build more high speed connections.
Bell Atlantic is asking for permission to build a high speed network in its
local coverage area.
This internet project is all wet... This week an oceanographer and camera
crew put on a live webcast from inside a kelp tank in California.
One of the topics, the effects of el nino on California coastal waters.
time code= 3:04:10
IN Q=some of the kelp
((SYLVIA EARLE/OCEANOGRAPHER; SOME OF THE KELP THAT'S OUT IN THE OCEAN ARE
DYING BECAUSE THE WATER'S TOO WARM FOR THEM))
OUT Q=too warm for them
The event helped kick off the international Year Of The Ocean.
The government is looking to turn some internet management over to the private
Right now one company has an exclusive contract to assign internet
addresses... that could change, and so could the number of domains... like
dot-com and dot-org... few new ones are under consideration, such as dot-store
The links are on the webwatch page on the WDBJ website, at
The Nigerian Advance Fraud Scheme is not new, but the scam continues to rear
it's ugly face time and time again.
To the tune of 12 times a month and that's only in the state of Virginia.
Here's what happens...business owners receive a letter with a Nigerian post
The senders identify themselves as top Nigerian officials trying to get
"trapped" funds out of the country to help the economy.
In return the American business owner gets 30-percent of millions of
IN Q=when they call
((TOM KINCAID/ROANOKE COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT: WHEN THEY CALL THE 1-900
NUMBER THEY END UP BEING BILLED AN EXTRAORDINARY AMOUNT ONLY TO FIND OUT
THEY'RE NOT GOING TO PROCEED FURTHER. THE SECOND THING THAT THEY DO IS THEY
END UP FALLING PREY TO WHAT THE SCAM IS AND THEY END UP DEPOSITING MONEY INTO
AN ACCOUNT AND THEIR BANK ACCOUNTS GET CLEARED OUT.
DAVE SUSSAN/U-S POSTAL INSPECTOR: IN ACTUALITY WHAT YOU ARE GIVING THEM IS
YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT NUMBER. YOU WILL BE ASKED TO GO TO NIGERIA. YOU WILL
MEET PEOPLE CALLING THEMSELVES NIGERIAN OFFICIALS AND YOU WILL BE ASKED TO PUT
UP MONEY TO EFFECT THE TRANSFER OF NIGERIAN MONEY. WHAT YOU WILL GET IS A TRIP
YOU WILL PAY FOR YOURSELF AND YOU WILL BE OUT ANYWHERE FROM THOUSAND OF DOLLARS
TO UP TO 300-THOUSAND DOLLARS.))
SUPER=01-Tom Kincaid/Roanoke Co. Police; :00
SUPER=01-Dave Sussan/U.S. Postal Inspector; :34
OUT Q=up to 300-thousand dollars
Sussan says in effect this letter s asking Americans to violate Nigerian
These cases are tough to prosecute because of the involvement of citizens
from another country.
If you receive such a letter do not respond and forward it to the U-S Postal
GRAPHIC=Bedford County Seal
Bedford County is running short of helping hands.
So, some volunteer rescue squads are urging the county to hire E-M-S
SUPER=03-Bedford/This Month; :00
Earlier this month, representatives from the Stewartsville and Chamblissburg
rescue squads laid out their situation before the board of supervisors.
Right now, it takes an average of FORTY minutes for either squad to respond
to a daytime call.
The problem is a lack of volunteers in the daylight hours.
IN Q=We need to
((KATHLEEN THOMASSON/RESCUE SQUAD VOLUNTEER: WE NEED TO BE OUT AS QUICK AS
POSSIBLE AND ANYTIME YOU HAVE VOLUNTEERS, YOU NORMALLY HAVE TO WAIT FOR THEM TO
COME FROM HOME. I'M ABOUT EIGHT MILES FROM THE CREW HALL, SO THAT CUTS DOWN ON
TIME IF THEY HAVE TO WAIT FOR ME. AND SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO GO AND LEAVE
MEMBERS BECAUSE IT IS A LIFE OR DEATH SITUATION.))
((JERRY PARCELL/RESCUE SQUAD VOLUNTEER: I FEEL THAT IT'S SOMETHING THAT NEEDS
TO BE CONSIDERED AND APPROVED AND ACTUALLY IN EFFECT BY JULY ONE. THIS SHOULD
TAKE PRIORITY OVER ANY OTHER ISSUES I FEEL AT THIS POINT.))
SUPER=01-Kathleen Thomasson/Rescue Squad Volunteer; :00
SUPER=01-Jerry Parcell/Rescue Squad Volunteer; :18
OUT Q=at this point.
Parcell says many other squads face the same problem but are too proud to
ask for help from the county.
Clifton Forge town officials are now planning to meet with residents about
sewer back ups in the area.
SUPER=03-Clifton Forge/January 22;
A couple of weeks ago News 7 told you about Mark Elmore and other residents
in Clifton Forge whose homes were damaged by a raw sewage leak.
Officials said the town didn't owe the residents money for the property
damage but at the meeting they'll offer tips on ways to ease their financial
strain in the future.
SOT 13.06.28 -13.06.42
IN Q=We'd like to
((DICK MAGNIFICO/CLIFTON FORGE CITY MGR.: WE'D LIKE TO MAKE SURE EVERY HOME
OWNER UNDERSTANDS THAT THERE IS INSURANCE AVAILABLE HOPEFULLY DIRECTLY THROUGH
THEIR OWN PROVIDER THAT DEALS WITH BACK UPS OF WATER DUE TO DRAINS SUMP PUMPS
SUPER=01-Dick Magnifico/Clifton Forge City Manager;
OUT Q=pumps or sewers.
A large rock caused the sewer back up after it got stuck in the town's sewer
The meeting is scheduled for February 23rd at 7 p-m at the Clifton Forge
NASA astronaut David Wolf is back on earth.
The shuttle Endeavor landed yesterday with Wolf and six other crew members
SUPER=03-Kennedy Space Ctr.;
He told reporters he couldn't eat the pizza NASA gave him because it would
ruin his research on the effect of weightlessness on his body.
Wolf faces days of intensive medical tests and weeks of rehabilitation to
readjust to life on earth.
His bones and muscles, as well as his immune system will take time and
therapy to readjust to terrestrial conditions.
IN Q=I FEEL FINE
((DAVID WOLF/NASA MISSION SPECIALIST: I FEEL FINE BUT YOU'LL NOTICE I'M
KEEPING MY HEAD PRETTY STRAIGHT BECAUSE IF I MOVE IT TOO MUCH MY BODY FEELS
LIKE IT'S EXCELLERATING INTO THE NEXT ROOM AND THE ROOM WILL TURN UPSIDE
SUPER=01-David Wolf/NASA Mission Specialist;
OUT Q=TURN UPSIDE DOWN
Endeavor's 10-day mission involved a successful docking with the Russian
space station Mir to deliver astronaut Andy Thomas and pick up astronaut Wolf.
The funeral industry is rapidly consolidating, in fact, three large
companies now handle nearly a quarter of all funerals.
Critics say that the big companies are gouging people when they are most
That's one of the stories you'll see on 60-minutes.
Here's Lesley Stahl.
Fri 15na 15:37:14
IN Q=The future is
OUT Q=bullish on bereavement.
That story and more are headed your way tonight on 60-Minutes.
You can catch it at Seven o'clock here on W-D-B-J.
TAPE# Morning Sports
In sports, Ferrum loses a Dixie Conference match-up and North Carolina makes
a comeback in conference play.
For those highlights and an update on local golf-pro Billy King, here's Roy
Good Morning again Roy.
IN Q=Good Morning Denise and Andrew
OUT Q=News 7 Sports Department
IN Q=I'm Steve Pardon
OUT Q=news-7 saturday morning.
Aviation history in the Roanoke Valley is closedly tied with military
In this week's Virginia Profile, Stacey Martin catches up with one of the
area's flight veterans.
SUPER=04-File Tape; :11
SUPER=01-Wes Hillman/Aviation Pioneer; :19
SUPER=04-File Tape; 1:17
OUT Q=SM, News 7, Roanoke.
(( Wes Hillman is considered an aviation pioneer--a pilot and instructor who
has lived through the early, "lean" years of aviation history in Roanoke.
But, from the start his mission was serious--training navy cadets for battle
over the Pacific during World War II.
SOT 14.57.08 - 14.57.34
IN Q=That was a
((WES HILLMAN:THAT WAS A HARRY SITUATION, YOU'D TAKE 20 AIRPLANES UP THERE
SHOOTING LANDINGS AND EVERYBODY TRYING TO HIT ONE SPOT AND EVERYONE CUTTING THE
POWER AND A DIFFERENT LOCATION. YOUR NECK WAS REALLY TWISTED AND YOU DIDN'T
EVEN THINK ABOUT FLYING THE AIRPLANE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT WATCHING OUT FOR OTHER
AIRPLANES AND THAT WAS GOOD BECAUSE IF YOU WERE IN BATTLE THAT'S WHAT YOU WOULD
THINK ABOUT DOING.))
OUT Q=think about doing.
As a teacher he said he was serious and tough for the most part, but ever
mindful of the dangers pilots faced going into combat.
SOT 15.00.21 - 15.00.47
IN Q=In those days
((IN THOSE DAYS, EVERYBODY YOU HAD A JOB TO DO AND THOSE BOYS HAD TO GET GOING.
I HAD ONE BOY THAT WAS ON THE CARRIER WHEN THE JAPS ATTACKED AT PEARL HARBOR
AND HE TOLD ME THAT IT WAS NOTHING BUT PURE HELL, HE SAID THAT THE PAINT ON THE
FLOOR WAS BURNING AND YOU WERE JUST TRYING TO SAVE YOUR LIFE.))
OUT Q=SAVE YOUR LIFE.
Instructing was a passion he continued to pursue even after the war ended in
1945--turning his love for teaching into a business-Hillmman
Aviation--providing lessons and tours of the star city from the skies.
But, the business fell on hard times financially in the early 1980s and he
was forced to sell it in 1984.
SOT 15.03.42 - 15.04.08
IN Q=When we bought
((WHEN WE BOUGHT THIS BUSINESS AVIATION WAS IN THE BIGGEST DEPRESSION IT HAD
EVER BEEN IN SINCE THE BEGINNING OF IT. THAT'S HOW WE STARTED OUT AND IT WAS
AT THE END OF THE GI TRAINING AND AT THAT TIME THE GOVERNMENT WAS GIVING AWAY
EVERYTHING THAT YOU HAD TO SELL. NOBODY WAS GEARED UP TO CONTINUE FLYING SO IT
WAS ROUGH GETTING GOING.))
OUT Q=rough getting going.
Hillman has been grounded ever since suffering a heart attack in the late
And, his plane, a Waco (whau-co RNF) now sits covered with plastic and dust
at an airport hanger waiting for a buyer.
He says his only regret is that advanced technology and higher costs have
may it harder for others to follow in his footsteps.
SOT 15.06.30 - 15.06.40
IN Q=If I had
((WES HILLMAN: IF I HAD COME OUT IN THOSE DAYS AND SAW WHAT I HAVE TO DO NOW I
WOULD HAVE WENT BACK IN ANOTHER PROFESSION BECAUSE THERE'S TOO MUCH TO IT.))
OUT Q=too much to it.
Stacey Martin , News 7, Roanoke.))
We have some breaking news to tell you about.
Georgia Authorities are investigating the worst mass slaying in the state's
Six bodies were discovered in a house in Walthourville this morning.
Another was found in a buring car 30 miles away.
Authorities founs another body in a burning car 30-miles away.
Police think the killings are drug related.
TAPE# Sports Extra
They thrill us.
They inspire us.
We call them heroes.
But lately those we look up to have been ending up in hand-cuffs.
Dr. Joel Fish works with athletes, both the amateurs and the pros.
IN Q=I'VE BEEN TOLD
SUPER=01-Chris Webber/NBA Star; :02
SUPER=01-Dr. Joel Fish/Sports Psychologist; :24
SUPER=01-Latrell Sprewell/Suspended From NBA; :58
OUT Q=BEST EFFORT
IN Q=i've been told
OUT Q= work out
Pro Basketball player Chris Webber is the latest in the long line of
pro-athletes in hand-cuffs.
Police arrested him in January during a traffic stop.
Webber was charged with assault, resisting arrest and possession of
IN Q=THE MEDIA
((DR. JOEL FISH/SPORTS PSYCHOLOGIST: THE MEDIA TENDS TO FOCUS ON THAT. THE
RESEARCH I'VE SEEN THE INCIDENTS OF ATHLETES OF DEVIANT BEHAVIOR IS REALLY VERY
SIMILAR TO THE NON-ATHLETIC POPULATION.))
IN Q=WE LOOK AT
((WE LOOK AT MANY OF THE ATHLETES AND THEY'RE SO BIG AND STRONG PHYSICALLY THAT
WE ASSUME THEY'RE BIG AND STRONG EMOTIONALLY AND THERE ISN'T A RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN THE TWO. MOST OF THE TIME THE ATHLETES WE SEE ARE BETWEEN THE AGES OF
18 AND 29. THEY'RE STILL REALLY YOUNG SO LIKE MOST YOUNGSTERS THEY'RE GOING
TO MAKE MISTAKES.))
OUT Q=TO MAKE MISTAKES
Latrell Sprewell assaulted his coach at the beginning of this National
Basketball season and was suspended from the league.
Dr. Fish says society shares the blame in creating these wayward heroes and
the training often starts early.
IN Q=IT REALLY DOES
((DR. FISH: IT REALLY DOES START WITH THE PARENTS AND AT THE COMMUNITY LEVEL.
WE NEED TO BE GIVING OUR KIDS A MORE BALANCED MESSAGE. IT DOES MATTER HOW YOU
PLAY THE GAME. WINNING IS NOT THE ONLY THING. I'M GOING TO BE PROUD OF YOU
WHETHER YOU WIN OR LOSE IF YOU GIVE YOUR BEST EFFORT.))
OUT Q=YOUR BEST EFFORT
We caught up with Dr. Fish during his recent visit to Roanoke College.
He's worked with the Philadelphia 76ers, and the Phillies, as well as
athletes like figure skater Michelle Kwan.
Start your day off right with News-7 Mornin all this week.
Here' Steve Pardon with a look ahead,
IN Q=nat sound
OUT Q=News-7 mornin
Students from Mary Munford Elementary School welcomed some visitors Friday.
Two deer crashed through a window and took center stage in the auditorium..
IN Q=We all were
OUT Q=It'll be fine