New evidence from the medical examiner shows a suspect who police say fired
shots at them, also shot himself.
Botetourt County Police pulled over 28- year- old Leonard Brent Jenkins in a
routine D-U-I stop yesterday.
Deputy Ernest Spiva (Spy-va) called for backup, then approached the pick up.
IN Q=FOR SOME REASON
((REED KELLY/BOTETOURT CO. SHERIFF; FOR SOME REASON THE DRIVER PULLED A GLOCK
NINE MILLIMETER REVOLVER AND TURNED OUT THE WINDOW AND SHOT OFFICER SPIVA TWICE
IN THE CHEST.))
SUPER=01-Reed Kelly/Botetourt Co. Sheriff
OUT Q=IN THE CHEST.
Spiva was protected by his bullet proof vest.
At that point another officer shot back, hitting Jenkins in the head.
The medical examiner says the shot that killed Jenkins came from his own
The investigation could NOT determine whether the other officer's shot or
Jenkins fatal shot came first.
IN Q=THERE'S NO DOUBT
((THERE'S NO DOUBT IN MY MIND THAT THIS WAS A JUSTIFIABLE SHOOTING. THIS
SUSPECT HAD FIRED THREE ROUNDS AND WE HAD AN OFFICER DOWN WHEN OFFICER HEPLER
OUT Q=RETURNED FIRE
State police are investigating the shooting.
Six months after the accident that killed Princess Diana, the only survivor
says he's remembering details of the crash.
Meantime Princess Diana's will was made public today.
Diana Olick reports.
SUPER=03-Paris/August 31, 1997;:29
SUPER=07-John Major; 1:00
OUT Q=CBS NEWS, London
The U-N Security Council is meeting again this afternoon considering a
proposed resolution backing the weapons- inspection agreement Secretary General
Kofi Annan brought back from Baghdad.
It warns of "very severe" consequences if Baghdad doesn't live
up to its promises.
A vote had been set for today its expected to be pushed back until later in
The U-S had been pushing for stronger language in the resolution.
But Russia, France, China and other nations objected to any wording that
might trigger an automatic U-S military response if Iraq reneges on the deal.
One of President Clinton's closest friends has been called to appear
tomorrow before the grand jury in the Monica Lewinsky probe.
SUPER=03-Andrews AFB, MD;
The President and first lady returned to Washington late last night after a
weekend getaway in Utah.
Vernon Jordan helped Lewinsky look for a job and also referred her to a
"Newsweek" says Jordan's chauffeur will soon be subpoenaed.
Visiting prosecutor Kenneth Starr's office yesterday was Linda Tripp, the
woman who tape recorded conversations with Lewinsky.
Tinker Creek's fast-moving current presented a challenge fro Ronaoke crews
as they tried to contain a diesel fuel spill.
A passerby noticed a sheen on the creek yesterday near the 400-block of
It's not known where the fuel came from.
Crews said it was a small amount and does not pose a serious environmental
The Department of Environmental Quality has investigated spills in that area
before and is working with Roanoke officials to find out what caused the spill.
HARD MUSIC UNDER
An abortion bombing victim speaks out.
And Dr. Seuss is taking the spotlight in schools all over as part of today's
Read Across America.
First let's check in with Patrick in the weather center.
music up full
The nurse who was seriously injured in last month's abortion clinic bombing
in Birmingham spoke to the press today.
The blast also killed an off duty police officer.
This morning Emily Lyons had a message for the bomber.
((EMILY LYONS:WHAT IN THE WORLD WEREYOU THINK WHEN YOU DID THIS? DID YOU
ACTUALLY THINK IT WAS GOING TO ACCOMPLISH ANYTHING. IF YOUR GOAL IS TO SHUT THE
CLNIC DOWN OR SHUT ME DOWN IT DIN'T WORK, IT'S NOT GOING TO WORK. ))
SUPER=01-Emily Lyons/Bombing Victim;
OUT Q=not going to work.
from noon friday picture of rudolph
31- year- old Eric Rudolph is the prime suspect in the bombing.
Police believe he is hiding out in western North Carolina.
A five- month manhunt for a suspect in a North Carolina armored car heist
An official with the armored car company says the driver who's suspected of
taking 17 million dollars from the company's offices has been captured.
David Ghantt faces bank larceny charges.
About 14 million dollars of the
cash is still missing.
Some people only have a birthday every four years.
Roanoke County resident Polly Hubble was born on February 29th in 1928-- a
She says there are some advantages to celebrating only 17 birthdays in the
IN Q=ONE OF THE
((POLLY HUBBLE/LEAP YEAR BIRTHDAY; ONE OF THE WAYS IT WORKS FOR ME IS I CAN LIE
ABOUT MY AGE AND SAY I'VE ONLY HAD SO MANY REAL BIRTHDAYS. BUT I ACCEPT
PRESENTS ON FEBRUARY 28TH AND MARCH FIRST.))
SUPER=01-Polly Hubble/Leap Year Birthday;
OUT Q=MARCH FIRST
The 70- year- old says she celebrates a little more on leap years than she
does the years in between, when she celebrates on March 1st.
But Polly says she has never gone without presents.
IN Q=I HAVE A
((I HAVE A LOT OF FRIENDS AND A WONDERFUL FAMILY AND THEY'RE ALL AWARE OF WHEN
MY BIRTHDAY IS. IF IT'S NOT A BIG CELEBRATION, THEY AT LEAST CELEBRATE IN A
OUT Q=SMALL WAY
Polly's looking forward to a big bash in a couple of years, with her
official birthday falling on February 29th in the year 2000.
Read Across America is a national celebration of Reading, and today
students throughout western Virginia are getting into the act.
March Second is the birthday of Doctor Seuss, and the occasion has been
designated "Read to Kids Day."
Students at the Lincoln Terrace Saturn Network School were in the
audience for some favorite Dr. Seuss stories this morning, but they also manned
the microphone themselves.
IN Q=He can go like a cow
((HE CAN GO LIKE A COW. HE CAN GO MOO, MOO. MR. BROWN CAN DO IT. HOW ABOUT
((DANIELLE BAYER/THIRD GRADE TEACHER: THE MORE YOU'RE READ TO AS A CHILD, THE
MORE LIKELY YOU ARE TO BE A GOOD READER WHEN YOU'RE OLDER.))
SUPER=01-Danielle Bayer/Third Grade Teacher; :11
OUT Q=when you're older.
According to a study from the U. S. Department of Education, reading aloud
to children may be the single most important activity for building the
knowledge they need to succeed in school and in life.
A three year old project from Girl Scouts is proving to be one young girl's
ticket to fame.
David Johnson has the story.
IN Q=What was the
SUPER=01-Rachel Chandler/Author; :17
SUPER=01-Michael Chandler/Rachel's Father; :33
SUPER=01-Elizabeth Lee/Rachel's Principal; 1:09
OUT Q=Djo, News 7
(( What was the most important lesson in your life?
As a 12- year old, that's what Rachel Chandler asked high profile people.
She planned to make a scrap book of the answers, until the national spotlight
that was usually on the people answering the question moved to the person
IN Q=WHEN I WAS
((RACHEL CHANDLER/AUTHOR; WHEN I WAS ON THE "TODAY SHOW", PEOPLE WERE CALLING,
PUBLISHERS WERE CALLING AND ASKING IF THEY COULD MAKE IT A PUBLISHED BOOK AND I
SAW NO REASON WHY NOT. SO THEY DID.))
OUT Q=SO THEY DID.
Rachel's family hired an agent, but putting the book together would take
longer than expected.
IN Q=WE DISCOVERED
((MICHAEL CHANDLER/RACHEL'S FATHER; WE DISCOVERED THAT THE LETTERS WERE
RACHEL'S PROPERTY BUT IN ORDER TO PUBLISH THEM, WE HAD TO WRITE BACK TO ALL OF
THE FOLKS WE'D WRITTEN AND GET WRITTEN PERMISSION TO USE THEIR LETTERS FOR THE
BOOK. SO IT TOOK ANOTHER YEAR OR SO TO GET ALL THAT INFORMATION BACK
OUT Q=BACK TOGETHER.
IN Q=YES, IT WAS
((YES IT WAS VERY AMAZING TO ME, YOU KNOW. I DIDN'T REALIZE SO MUCH WOULD GO
INTO MAKING UP BOOKS.))
OUT Q=UP BOOKS.
One of the first copies of the book went to Rachel's high school principal.
Elizabeth Lee noticed that the letters shared a common theme.
IN Q=THE ONE THING
((ELIZABETH LEE/RACHEL'S PRINCIPAL; THE ONE THING THAT I SAW CONSTANTLY COMING
IN ALMOST EVERY LETTER WAS A MESSAGE TO CARE FOR OTHERS.))
OUT Q=CARE FOR OTHERS.
((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; SO WHAT'S NEXT FOR THE 15- YEAR OLD? WITH MODESTY,
SHE SAYS SHE HOPES TO HAVE A FUTURE IN WRITING, PROBABLY FICTION. BUT FOR NOW,
IT'S LIFE AS USUAL FOR THE NOT SO AVERAGE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT. DAVID JOHNSON,
Long term performance could be the key to understanding the future of a
Scott Goldberg tells us why in this week's Common Sense.
SOT common sense tape
IN Q=a mutual
SUPER=01-Ben Hartman/Edward Jones Investments; :13
OUT Q=I'm Scott Goldberg
(( A mutual fund is a long-term investment.
You're likely to hold onto it for a few years.
That's why you should look past a mutual fund's recent performance when
you're thinking about investing.
Stockbroker Ben Hartman explains.
((BEN HARTMAN/EDWARD JONES: IF YOU'RE LOOKING AT INVESTING IN A MUTUAL FUND,
YOU TYPICALLY WANT TO LOOK AT, IF YOU CAN, A FIVE OR TEN YEAR PERFORMANCE AT
LEAST, TO DETERMINE HOW THE FUND'S DONE IN GOOD PERIODS AS WELL AS BAD PERIODS,
SAY, BACK IN 87 WHEN THE MARKET CORRECTED. THEN THE EARLY 90s AND 1994 WHEN
THE FEDERAL RESERVE RAISED INTEREST RATES SIX TIMES.))
OUT Q= six times
Looking at how the fund has survived the bad times -- as well as the good --
will give you the best possible insight into where the fund is headed.
That's this week's Common Sense.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
Davidson will represent the Southern Conference in the N-C-A-A tournament.
The Wildcats knocked off Appalachian State 66 to 62.
SUPER=03-Greensboro, NC/ESPN; :
Davidson coach Bob McKillop watching from the bench.
The Wildcats Mark Donnelly steps up and hits the three pointer but Davidson
led the game by three.
The Mountaineers went on a roll Marshall Phillips hits his third three
pointer of the half, but Davidson led by 5 at the half.
Then in the second half Ben Ebong SUPER=33-Davidson/66/Appalachian
St./62/;hits the turnaround jumper and Davidson holds on for the 66 to 62 win.
TAPE#net (edit of VB98-1)
Curtis Staples is the King of the three point shot with 410.
SUPER=03-Tallahassee, FL/ABC Sports;
The U-V-A star and former Patrick Henry High School player has broken the
Division one record for three point field goals.
Yesterday he was welcomed home by a church full of family and friends.
He was showered with gifts not to mention encouragement and love.
Staples says this is where it all started.
IN Q= yesterday when I
SUPER=01-Curtis Staples/410 Three Point Shots;
OUT Q=see all these people
TAPE#net (edit of R-38)
Mark Martin won the first race in Vegas taking the checkered flag in the Las
SUPER=03-Las Vegas, NV/ABC Sports;
Jeff Gordon again having handling problems and he dropped back to the 23-rd
position at one point in the race.
South Boston's Jeff Burton was the leader with 221 laps to go.
The first caution of the day came out when Kenny Irwin spins to the top of
the track and then back down however, his car did not hit the wall.
Jimmy Spencer was the leader at the halfway point.
Martin came back and he would pass Rusty Wallace to again lead the race this
time with 66 laps to go.
Then Dale Jarrett apparently blew an engine and was forced to pull his car
to the garage area.
But Martin would hold on and take the checkered flag winning the Las Vegas
400 for his first win of the season.
IN Q="We Made a...
((MARK MARTIN/LAS VEGAS 400 WINNER: ))
SUPER=01-Mark Martin/Las Vegas 400 Winner; :
OUT Q=........this week."
Martin's teammate Jeff Burton was second, Rusty Wallace third, Johnny Benson
fourth and Jeremy Mayfield fifth.
Billy Mayfair is the winner of the P-G-A's Nissan Open. He beat Tiger Woods
in a playoff.
SUPER=03-Valencia, CA/CBS Sports; :
After a 65 on Saturday, Woods moved into the hunt on the front nine
yesterday, but his attempt at this birdie putt on the first playoff hole
missed. Woods shot 66 yesterday.
Mayfair forced the playoff with a birdie on the 18-th hole then he came
through with this birdie putt for the win on the first hole of a sudden death
Mayfair shot a final round 67.
So far the blockbuster hit "Titanic" has tugged in 427 million dollars
keeping box offices busy. Now the film is having an effect on cruise-lines,
turning the tide for land-lovers.
Mark McEwen has more.
IN Q=We're going to start
SUPER=04-Paramount Pictures; :00
SUPER=01-Rick Kaplan/Cruisemasters; :15 QUICK
SUPER=03-Cordova, Alaska; :30
SUPER=04-April 10, 1912; :56
SUPER=01-James Cameron-Director/"Titanic"; 1:08 QUICK
OUT Q=Mark McEwen, CBS News
((TRACK: IT WAS ONE OF THE WORST MARITIME DISASTERS IN HISTORY. YET,
SINCE THE RELEASE OF "TITANIC," PHONES ARE RINGING OFF THE HOOK AT
TRAVEL AGENCIES LIKE "CRUISEMASTERS" IN LOS ANGELES.
SOT RICK KAPLAN (CRUISEMASTERS):
"Titanic" has been a boon for the cruise industry. The romance that
we saw on the silver screen, the allure, the decor of a breath-taking
ship, has heightened the interest of people who had not thought
previously about cruising."
TRACK: AND INSTEAD OF BEING DETERRED BY THE GLACIERS THAT SUNK THE
TITANIC, PEOPLE ARE SEEKING THEM OUT.
SOT RICK KAPLAN:
"They all want to know who up close, how personal they can get to a
glacier. They want to experience it and that's the fun, and getting
close is the challenge."
NATSOT - (behind the scenes/Cameron directing)
TRACK: JAMES CAMERON ISN'T THE FIRST DIRECTOR TO FALL IN LOVE WITH "TITANIC."
BACK IN THE 1930's, ALFRED HITCHCOCK WAS PLANNING HIS OWN
FILM ABOUT THE TRAGEDY, BUT THE SHIPPING COMPANIES PRESSURED HIM INTO
ABANDONING THE PROJECT. IN AN INTERVIEW HITCHCOCK SAID, "THEY SEEM TO
THINK THAT IF I RECAPTURE ALL THE HORROR AND VIOLENCE OF THE SITUATION
IT WILL STOP PEOPLE FROM GOING ON CRUISES."
SOT JAMES CAMERON:
"Isn't that funny, it's very ironic. He was quite a steamship guy.
He liked to cruise back and forth across the Atlantic. He didn't
NATSOT - (behind scenes/Cameron directs)
TRACK: JAMES CAMERON HAS YET TO TAKE A CRUISE HIMSELF, BUT ADMITS
HE GOT HIS SEA LEGS BY SHOOTING MUCH OF HIS FILM ABOARD A RUSSIAN SHIP.
SOT JAMES CAMERON:
"We went through two hurricanes out in the Atlantic when we were
filming the wreck of the Titanic. We were miles from nowhere and
that's an interesting feeling, big sea adventure, I like that."
NATSOT - CLIP - "TITANIC" (MUSIC FULL)
Mark McEwen, CBS News))