DON'T THINK HE'S FORGOTTEN... Attorney General Mark Earley's got a communications office that's looking out for almost

every concern. A June 26 press release says Earley is touring southwest Virginia, with stops in Lee, Scott, and Wise C

ounties, Bristol, Norton, and Big Stone Gap. But it's the next sentence that makes the point: "The Attorney General w
ill have returned to this part of the Commonwealth within his first six months of having taken office." Just for the record... [HEADLINES]
[TALENT=Melanie]
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]


Whitewater figure Susan McDougal is a free woman this morning.
(----------------)
[ANCHOR=Melanie]


And a federal judge issues an injuction against the partial birth abortion bill.
(/////////////)
[TALENT=Kimberly]
[SS=None]


A heat advisory is in effect for most of Virginia until late this afternoon--
Be prepared for high temperatures in the mid 90s...with a heat index near 105.

[E-Partial-Birth]


[ANCHOR=mELANIE]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#98-43 20:20]
[GRAPHIC=Abortion]


Virginia's so-called "partial-birth abortion bill" will NOT go into effect July 1st.
Federal judge Robert Payne has issued an injunction halting the bill.
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]


In a 97 page opinion, Judge Payne writes:
"The term 'partial birth abortion' is a term coined by legislators, anti-abortion activists, and the media. It has no accepted medical meaning."
[SUPER=03-Richmond;]


Judge Payne seems to accept the abortion doctors' argument that the law is worded too vaguely, and could apply criminal sanctions to other routine abortion procedures.
He writes:
"...the Act's 'chill' on the physicians' ability to perform the medically appropriate method of abortion in this manner would result in a less safe performance of an abortion for the patient."
[SUPER=03-Richmond/June 17;]


Attorney General Mark Earley issued only a brief statement, promising an immediate appeal.
Earley says he'll continue to "stand with the people of Virginia" who he says favor the law.
(----------------)
[TALENT=Melanie]
[SS=none]


Governor Gilmore says he is disappointed by yesterday's ruling, and says he remains committed to banning late-term abortions.

[E-Plant-Closing]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=none]
[WRITER=chu]
[TAPE#98-39 1:12:57]
[GRAPHIC=business closing]


Another business closing in Southside Virginia will leave 350 people without jobs before fall.
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Danville;]


The Durham 2000 hosiery plant -- which has been in Danville for more than 100-years-- announced yesterday it will close in 60-days.
Employees received letters at work telling them about the shut-down.
They say they knew business wasn't good but never expected this.
A Kentucky businessman-- who bought the plant in January-- says sales are down 30-to 50-percent.
And with no hope of turning a profit, he says the plant must close.
Workers say they'll have to start all over.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT 2:32:36-:54]
[IN Q=I'm going to look]

((CARL DIXON: I'M GOING TO LOOK FOR A NEW JOB. I HATE TO LEAVE. IT'S JUST LIKE A HOME WHEN I LEAVE HOME. I LOOK FORWARD TO GOING TO WORK. I ENJOY IT, THE PEOPLE, THE SUPERVISORS, AND EVERYTHING, THEY'VE BEEN GOOD. AND I'M GOING TO MISS IT. I WISH IN SOME WAY IT WOULDN'T HAVE TO CLOSE.))
[SUPER=01-Carl Dixon/Durham 2000 Employee;]
[RUNS=:14]
[OUT Q=it wouldn't close.]
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]


The company's president says he'll do everything he can to help workers find new jobs.
(----------------)


[E-AEP-Cutback]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=98-40 1:12:50]
[GRAPHIC=AEP]


The heat is on -- and the power company is asking you to conserve energy.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


With the sun bearing down and the temperature climbing above 90 degrees, demand for electricity soared during the day.
The utility has an unusual number of generating units out of service, and a spokesman says that's created a serious problem.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT 12:26:06]
[IN Q=If we were the only one]

((TOM AYRES/AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER: IF WE WERE THE ONLY ONE FACING THAT PROBLEM, WE COULD PURCHASE SHORT TERM POWER FROM OUR NEIGHBORS, BUT SEVERAL ARE FACED WITH THE SAME THING, SO THE AVAILABILITY OF GENERATION ON THE MARKET IS PRETTY TIGHT.))
[SUPER=01-Tom Ayres/American Electric Power]
[RUNS=17]
[OUT Q=prety tight.]
(-------------)
[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[GRAPHIC=none]


A-E-P is asking customers to turn up their thermostats, and use dishwashers and washing machines at night.
The utility hopes voluntary conservation will prevent interruptions of service.

[mcdougal-released]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=mel]
[TAPE#net-s]
[GRAPHIC=None]


The lawyer of Whitewater figure Susan McDougal says it won't be the last defeat for Kenneth Starr.
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Little Rock, AR;]

[4:13:26 AND 4:11:08]
In Arkansas yesterday, McDougal was released from prison after serving 21 months her sentenced reduced to time served because of a painful back problem.
Mcdougal was convicted as part of the whitewater investigation in 19-96.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT]

[4:11;08]
[IN Q=]

(( REPORTER;CAN YOU TELL US WHAT YOU'LL DO IN THE NEXT TEN DAYS? SUSAN MCDOUGAL I DON'T KNOW, I DON'T KNOW I NEVER THOUGHT THIS WOULD HAPPEN, I JUST DON'T KNOW ANYTHING JUST ASK HIM ALL THE STUFF, I DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ))
[SUPER=07-Susan McDougal;]
[RUNS=:10]
[OUT Q=i don't know anything.]
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]


But her new freedom may be short-lived.
McDougal still faces embezzlement-related charges in a trial set for July 13th in California.
And she will be tried for criminal contempt in Little Rock on September 28th.
(----------------)



[LINE-ITEM]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=MEL]
[TAPE#net-u]
[GRAPHIC=US Supreme Court]


The U-S Supreme Court delivered another blow to Ken Starr yesterday.
But President Clinton did not fare well either, saying the Supreme court's decision to veto the line-item veto is a defeat for taxpayers.
Yesterday, the Justices ruled the power given by congress to the president to delete individual spending items was unconsitutional.
Jonathan Freed reports.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Washington DC;]
[SUPER=@File;]
[SUPER=01-Oct. 6, 1992;]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Robert Byrd/(D) West Virginia;]
[SUPER=01-Jonathan Freed;]
[RUNS=1:52]
[OUT Q=CBS News, Washington]

((
Independent Counsel, Kenneth Starr has lost a case in the U-S Supreme Court that, generally speaking, can affect every American's relationship with their lawyer.
SUPER: FILE.
It was part of Starr's investigation into what former deputy White House counsel, Vince Foster told his lawyer about the firing of the White House travel office staff five years ago...just days before Foster killed himself.
Starr asked the court to rule that what a client tells their lawyer in private can be made public after the client dies. But the court said no.
It's argued that a "yes" could have had chilling legal effects.
BITE (PROF. PAUL ROTHSTEIN/GEORETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER): MANY MANY CLIENTS FEAR...THAT AFTER THEY DIE...AND SO WOULD HOLD BACK FROM TALKING TO THEIR ATTORNEY.
In another high court decision, some were declaring a constitutional victory on Capitol Hill.
The Supreme Court struck down the controversial line-item veto law.
Oct. 6, 1992
It essentially allowed the President to strike out specific tax and spending measures in a bill, while agreeing to the rest of the package.
Congressional opponents cheered.
SEN. ROBERT BYRD/D-WV WE SHIFTED LAWMAKING POWER AND THE POWER OF THE PURSE TO THE PRESIDENT...WHEN THE MAKING OF LAWS...ARE IN THE SAME HANDS...THERE CAN BE NO PUBLIC LIBERTY.
The court essentially agreed, calling it unconstitutional.
Presidents have been after the special veto power for a political eternity, and Mr. Clinton was the first to get it, and use it, starting last fall.
Republican supporters are vowing to try again, in a way that will stand up in court.
STAND-UP (JONATHAN FREED/CBS NEWS): NOW, THE PRESIDENT USED THE VETO POWER MORE THAN 80 TIMES...SO WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO ALL THOSE ITEMS HE STRUCK DOWN? EXPERTS SAY IT WILL TAKE SOME TIME FOR THE COURTS TO RESOLVE IT ALL. J-F...THE SUPREME COURT.))

[AIDS-ruling]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=mel]
[TAPE#none]
[GRAPHIC=AIDS]


Meantime, President Clinton is praising another high court ruling yesterday concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The court says the law covers people infected with the AIDS virus, even if they don't have any symptoms.
The ruling came in the case of a dentist who refused to fill an H-I-V-infected woman's tooth in his office, saying it would be too dangerous.

[IRS]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=mel]
[TAPE#net-p]
[GRAPHIC=IRS]


Before adjourning for the July Fourth holiday, the House has overwhelmingly approved a bill to overhaul the Internal Revenue Service.
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Capitol Hill;]

[4:16:53]
The measure promises new powers to taxpayers who have run-ins with the tax collector.
It will shift the burden of proof from taxpayers to the I-R-S in civil court cases and it will create an independent panel of nine members to keep an eye on the I-R-S.
Senate passage is expected after the holiday, and President Clinton says he's ready to sign it into law.
(----------------)



[E-Drink-Earley]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#98-49 30:09]
[GRAPHIC=College drinking]


It's taken 15 weeks for a state task force on binge drinking to recommend common sense on Virginia's college campuses.
The Attorney General's Task Force released a draft report yesterday.
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/File Tape;]


It's main idea is to change campus culture to make heavy drinking unpopular.
It calls for each college to develop its own unique plan.
Among other recommendations: more Friday classes, to slow the weekend binge.
(----------------)
[TALENT=Melanie]
[SS=none]


Former Attorney General Richard Cullen formed the task force last year after five Virginia college students died in drinking-related incidents.
The state financed a full-time staff of six people.
The final report will be voted on July first.

[1-Sports]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=sports cut in]
[GRAPHIC=None]


In sports, Curtis Staples may not have made the NBA draft, but he's headed for the windy city for a tryout with the Chicago Bulls.
Mike Stevens has details.
Good Morning Mike.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Good Morning]
[RUNS=1:47]
[OUT Q=little bit.]



[ANCHOR=Melanie]
(Melanie ad lib toss to Kimberly/Wx)

[Wedding-Band-Found] [2-Shot]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=net-]
[GRAPHIC=None]
[Anchor=Melanie]

We've all lost possessions we just know will never be found again... but sometimes lightning strikes twice, and a miracle occurs.
[Anchor=Kimberly]


Mark Wilson visits with a Florida husband and wife who are thankful for their little miracle that occurred earlier this week.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Beni Derridinger]
[SUPER=03-South Tampa, FL; :00]
[SUPER=01-Beni Derridinger/Found Wedding Ring; :19]
[SUPER=01-Mark Wilson/Reporting; :34]
[super=01-Frank Rhodante/Lost Ring 50 Years Ago; :56]
[RUNS=1:57]
[OUT Q=would call a miracle from above. (slurred!)]

[dissolve out of pkg] ((
(NATSND)


Benny Derriger never though her husband's yardwork would yield such a find. He was digging up these concrete blocks in his backyard, with his hands six inches deep in the soft dirt, when he found this, a gold ring, it's someone's wedding band.

(SOT)



(STANDUP)



(SOT)


Frank and Yolanda ? spent their first 43 years together in that house, and even though its been returned to them and is back where it belongs, at least just one finger away, Frank still can't believe it.

(SOT)


And to be found just hours before his anniversary, 53 years after receiving it from the love of his life.

(SOT)


Like the ring, she's beside him still today, and it's a good thing, no one else would have believed it.

(SOT)

))
[anchor=Melanie]

(ad lib to stocks)[Death-Threat]



[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=None]


A former United Mine Workers President says he has gotten a death threat after questioning a town's financing.
The F-B-I is investigating a death threat against Sam Church, who recently went to court for documents related to financing for the town of Appalachia in Wise County.
Church says he thinks the threatening letter is related to his request for documents.

[E-Lexington-Hospital]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=sta]
[TAPE#=98-34 1:49:06]
[GRAPHIC=None]


A Buena Vista man has been named C-E-O if Stonewall Jackson Hospital in Lexington.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington]


Robert Huch is the current Vice President of Administration and Finance at Southern Virginia College.
However, he has 13 years experience in health care.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT 14.23.20 - 14.23.32]
[IN Q=I hope the]

((ROBERT HUCH:I HOPE THE EXPERIENCES I'VE HAD WILL BE ABLE TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE CONTIUNED SUCCESS OF THE HOSPITAL. I THINK THE HOSPITAL HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL. I THINK THERE ARE A LOT OF ISSUES THAT WE STILL NEED TO ADDRESS AND I LOOK FORWARD TO JUMPING RIGHT IN.))
[SUPER=07-Robert Huch;]
[RUNS=12]
[OUT Q=jumping right in.]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]


367 people from around the country applied for the top job.
Will Mahone, the hospital's current C-E-O, will step down when the hospital's management under Carilion ends.
Huch will take over July 16th once the hospital's affiliation with VaLiance Health begins.
(------------)


[Z-28-Police-Car] [2-shot]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=Christa's Hold TC: 17:33]
[GRAPHIC=None]
[Anchor=Melanie]

A California Police Department got up to speed with a new traffic enforcement car this week.
[anchor=Kimberly]


Authorities figured if speeders wouldn't slow down for a conventional police car, they might put on the brakes for a camaro in blue.
[anchor=Melanie]


Kathy Chin reports on the latest in legal hot wheels.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[super=03-Escondido, CA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Officer Doug Sams/Escondido Police Department; :24]
[SUPER=01-Brandon Dejurnett/Police Car Admirer; :33]
[super=01-Kathy Chin/Reporting; :57]
[RUNS=1:32]
[OUT Q=for CBS News.]

[2-shot]
(ad lib to 3-WX)

[2-HEADLINES]
[SUPER=#4050; Headline Banner]
[2-shot=mel]
[ANCHOR=Melanie]


Here's a look at today's top stories.
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Melanie]


A federal judge has blocked enforcement of a new state law banning so-called partial-birth abortions. The law was to take effect July first.
But U-S District Judge Robert Payne said yesterday the law's imprecise language would ``chill'' the ability of doctors to provide abortions.
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Three-hundred and fifty Danville workers are losing their jobs.
Yesterday the Durham 2-thousand hosiery Plant announced it will close in 60 days because of a decline in sales.
The plant has been in Danville for more than a century.
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Melanie]

And Whitewater figure Susan McDougal has been released from prison.
A federal judge in Little Rock, Arkansas, has reduced her fraud sentence to time served and 90 days' home detention because of a painful back problem.
(-----------------)
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


And that's what's making news on this Friday June 26TH.
[anchor=Melanie]


News 7 Mornin' will be right back.

[2-E-Plant-Closing]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=none]
[WRITER=chu]
[TAPE#98-39 1:12:57]
[GRAPHIC=business closing]


Summer's end will bring with it the end of jobs for 350 workers in Danville.
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Danville;]


The Durham 2000 hosiery plant-- which has been in Danville for more than 100-years-- announced yesterday it will close in 60-days.
Employees received letters at work telling them about the shut-down.
They say they knew business wasn't good but never expected this.
A Kentucky businessman-- who bought the plant in January-- says sales are down 30-to 50-percent.
And with no hope of turning a profit, he says the plant must close.
Workers say they'll have to start all over.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT 2:32:36-:54]
[IN Q=I'm going to look]

((CARL DIXON: I'M GOING TO LOOK FOR A NEW JOB. I HATE TO LEAVE. IT'S JUST LIKE A HOME WHEN I LEAVE HOME. I LOOK FORWARD TO GOING TO WORK. I ENJOY IT, THE PEOPLE, THE SUPERVISORS, AND EVERYTHING, THEY'VE BEEN GOOD. AND I'M GOING TO MISS IT. I WISH IN SOME WAY IT WOULDN'T HAVE TO CLOSE.))
[SUPER=01-Carl Dixon/Durham 2000 Employee;]
[RUNS=:14]
[OUT Q=it wouldn't close.]
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]


The company's president says he'll do everything he can to help workers find new jobs.
(----------------)


[2-E-Partial-Birth]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#98-43 20:20]
[GRAPHIC=Abortion]


Governor Gilmore says he's disappointed with a federal judge's injuction of Virginia's "partial-birth-abortion" bill.
Judge Robert Payne's ruling halts the bill before it could become law on July first.
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]


In a 97 page opinion released yesterday, Judge Payne writes:
"The term 'partial birth abortion' is a term coined by legislators, anti-abortion activists, and the media. It has no accepted medical meaning."
[SUPER=03-Richmond;]


Judge Payne seems to accept the abortion doctors' argument that the law is worded too vaguely, and could apply criminal sanctions to other routine abortion procedures.
He writes:
"...the Act's 'chill' on the physicians' ability to perform the medically appropriate method of abortion in this manner would result in a less safe performance of an abortion for the patient."
[SUPER=03-Richmond/June 17;]


Attorney General Mark Earley issued only a brief statement, promising an immediate appeal.
Earley says he'll continue to "stand with the people of Virginia" who he says favor the law.
(----------------)
[TALENT=Kimberly]
[SS=none]


Unless Judge Payne's injunction is reversed on appeal, the law's on hold until it goes to trial August 18th.

[2-mcdougal-released]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=mel]
[TAPE#net-t]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Whitewater figure, Susan McDougal has been granted an early release from prison because of a back problem.
But still more prison time may be ahead for her.
Jonathan Freed has the story.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Little Rock, AR;]
[SUPER=07-Susan McDougal;]
[SUPER=01-Mark Barnett/Independent Counsel's Office;]
[SUPER=01-Jonathan Freed/Reporting;]
[RUNS=1:20]
[OUT Q=CBS News, NY;]

(( Susan McDougal is a free woman.
A U.S. district judge in Little Rock Arkansas granted the Whitewater player an early release from prison because she convinced the court that life behind bars was worsening an existing painful back problem.

SOT: SUSAN McDOUGAL


McDougal was serving out a two-year sentence for felony fraud...involving an illegal loan from a federally backed lending company...part of the Whitewater investigation which also convicted her late husband.
McDougal's mother was elated at being reunited with her daughter.

NAT SOT

:Mark Barnett/Prosecutor/Independent Counsel's Office
McDougal had only technically begun serving her time in March. Previously, she spent a year and a half behind bars for civil contempt...because she refused to answer questions in front of the Whitewater grand jury.
The judge sentenced her to time served and directed her to spend three months in home detention.
She could face more prison time if convicted of other criminal charges resulting from a federal indictment in May.
J-F...Washington.))

[FOSTER-PAPERS]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=MEL]
[TAPE#net-r]
[GRAPHIC=Ken Starr]


In another setback for Kenneth Starr, the Supreme Court yesterday ruled attorney-client privige doesn't end when the client dies.
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=@File;]

[4:19:39]
Starr had been seeking notes taken by the attorney for former Presidential aide Vincent Foster before his suicide.
The decision will have an enormous lasting impact on the legal profession and all Americans who at some time seek a lawyer's help.
(----------------)


[WIPE/WIPE/WIPE][E-Tripp]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jja]
[TAPE#=net b]
[GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Washington DC/File Tape;]

Meantime the woman who sparked Ken Starr's investigation into the Monica Lewinsky matter has been subpoenaed.
Linda Tripp's attorney says she will testify before the grand jury investigating Lewinsky next week.
It was Tripp's tape recordings of Lewisky that triggered Starr's latest investigation of President Clinton.
(------------)

[wipe wipe wipe]

[clinton-china]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=mel]
[TAPE#net-j]
[GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe]
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Xian, China;]


The President has other matters on his mind today as he travels to beijing for a weekend summit with president Jiang Zemin (Jahng Ze-MEEN).
Mr. Clinton's 9-day tour of China began yesterday.. with a lecture to Chinese authorities on human rights.
Meantime, President Clinton says he's disturbed by reports Chinese authorities have arrested pro-democracy activists during his visit.
(-----------)
[Anchor=Kimberly]
[ss=none]


Chinese leaders argue the arrests are not a crackdown -- they say they just want to avoid any disruptions during the President Clinton's visit.

[2-E-AEP-Cutback]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=98-40 1:12:50]
[GRAPHIC=AEP]


The scorching summer heat is prompting American Electric Power officials to request that customers conerve energy.


(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


With the sun bearing down and the temperature climbing above 90 degrees, demand for electricity soared during the day.
The utility has an unusual number of generating units out of service, and a spokesman says that's created a serious problem.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT 12:26:06]
[IN Q=If we were the only one]

((TOM AYRES/AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER: IF WE WERE THE ONLY ONE FACING THAT PROBLEM, WE COULD PURCHASE SHORT TERM POWER FROM OUR NEIGHBORS, BUT SEVERAL ARE FACED WITH THE SAME THING, SO THE AVAILABILITY OF GENERATION ON THE MARKET IS PRETTY TIGHT.))
[SUPER=01-Tom Ayres/American Electric Power]
[RUNS=17]
[OUT Q=prety tight.]
(-------------)
[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[GRAPHIC=none]


A-E-P is asking customers to turn up their thermostats, and use dishwashers and washing machines at night.
The utility hopes voluntary conservation will prevent interruptions of service.
[BIRTHDAYS!] 6/29/98
Monday:

[SUPER=130-4/Summer Stephens/Wythe Co.]*



[SUPER=130-22/Tiffany L. Gilbert/Rocky Mount]*



[SUPER=130-5/Calvin Jacob Guthrie/Rocky Mount]*



[SUPER=130-50/Sandra Ramos/Pearisburg]*



[SUPER=130-51/Herman Belcher/]*



[super=130-5/Keisha Dove/Christiansburg]*


Anniversary

[SUPER=130-40th/Tommy & Francis Smith/Rocky Mount]*


No Pictures:

[SUPER=131-/Jennifer Honaker/White Sulphur Springs]*



[SUPER=131-/Debbie Evans/Evington]*



[super=131-/Faye Belcher/Snow Creek]*



[SUPER=131-/Kenneth Cobler/Snow Creek]*



[SUPER=131-/Darlene Campbell/Snow Creek]*


Anniversary:

[SUPER=131-/G.B. & Krystal Washburn/Snow Creek]*



[SUPER=131-/Charlie & Lois Keats/Snow Creek]*


[Clooney-Interview] [2-shot]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=net-o]
[GRAPHIC=none]
[ANCHOR=Melanie]


George Clooney has been labeled the sexiest man alive.
He's on the small screen.
And now he's on the big screen with "Out of Sight".
[anchor=Kimberly]


The film opens to the public today.
Earlier this week Clooney was in the Big Apple for a private premiere, where Lisa Colley checked out the good doctor.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-New York, NY; :00]
[SUPER=01-George Clooney/Actor; :42]
[SUPER=01-"Out of Sight"/Universal Pictures; 1:13]
[RUNS=1:30]
[OUT Q=for CBS News]


[2-shot]
(ad lib toss to break)

[BUMP 5]


[COMM BREAK #6][E-PCOS]



[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=tbr]
[TAPE#=598-27 19:50]
[GRAPHIC=Women's Health]


A recent study out of Virginia Commonwealth University is offering new hope for infertile women who want to become mothers.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond/VCU Video;]


Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is traced to the body's excessive production of insulin.
The excess insulin sets off a hormone imbalance that interferes with ovulation.
But the study published in this week's New England Journal of Medicine says treatment with the common diabetes drug, Glucophage, may hold the answer
Until recently doctors offered few treatment options.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT 55:41]
[IN Q=Now they have]
[SUPER=01-Dr. John Nestler/Fertility Doctor;]
[RUNS=:14]
[OUT Q=ovary Syndrome hope]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]


Researchers at V-C-U discovered that Glucophage lowered insulin levels in overweight women with P-C-O. That lead to spontaneous ovulation and allowed the ovaries to respond to fertility drugs.
Ninety percent of the women treated with the Diabetes drug and fertility treatments ovulated.
(------------)



[Bible-Study]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin]
[WRITER=sta]
[TAPE#=98-46]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Two churches hope their joint religion classes will teach people in the star city a lesson.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


The Williams Memorial Baptist Church is a predominantly black church.
While, its neighbor, the First Church of the Brethen is mostly white.
The two congregations came together to offer week-long Vacation Bible Study Classes.
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[SOT 19.03.23 - 19.03.35]
[IN Q=It was time]

((RUTH ANN HANNAH/CO-ORGANIZER: IT WAS TIME TO WORSHIP TOGETHER, TO LIVE TOGETHER, TO STUDY TOGETHER AND WE THOUGHT VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL WOULD BE A GREAT PLACE TO START. THE CHILDREN ARE QUITE WILLING IT'S WE ADULTS WHO HESITATE.))
[SUPER=01-Ruth Ann Hannah/Co-organizer;]
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[OUT Q=adults who hesitate.]
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[VO-NAT]


Youngsters and adults attended last night's bible study session.
Activities include arts and crafts as well as music and religious study.
Church leaders say they're hoping the classes will help improve race relations in Roanoke.
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[E-Log-Cabin]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=tte]
[TAPE#=98-32 1:31:05]
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A unique log cabin in Roanoke is on the market for about 200-thousand dollars, though historians say it's priceless.

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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


Experts call this the oldest house in Roanoke, built around the year 1800.
But the city has condemned it as a safety hazard so it must be torn down -- unless a buyer comes forward.
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[SOT 10:35:28]
[IN Q=It's important]

((ANN STUART BECKETT/HISTORIAN: IT'S IMPORTANT TO KEEP IT ON SITE BECAUSE IT PRESERVES ITS HISTORIC INTEGRITY AND ITS HISTORIC CONTEXT, ESPECIALLY RELATED TO THE SALEM TURNPIKKE AND PETER'S CREEK. THAT'S WHY THE HOUSE WAS SITED HERE FOR THE ROAD, TRANSPORTATION, AND WATER, TWO MAIN THINGS YOU NEEDED IN 1790.))
[SUPER=01-Ann Stuart Beckett/Historian;]
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[OUT Q=or 1790]
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[VO-NAT]


Historians hope a buyer will preserve the cabin -- as a pub, for example.
The property owner is willing to sell the surrounding nine acres for an extra 200-thousand-dollars.
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