[Capitol-Shooting]

[ANCHOR=Denise]

[NEWSCAST=Sat am]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#net]
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The suspect in yesterday's fatal shooting of two Capitol Police officrs is now said to be in critical condition.
41-year-old Russell Weston Junior allegedly walked into the U-S Capitol Building through a major entrance, where visitors have to pass through metal detectors.
One source says officer Jacob Chestnut asked Weston to go through the detector and that's when Weston allegedly fired.
Lee Cowan is in Washington and updates us with this live report.
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[SUPER=01-Kenneth Moore/Neighbor; ]
[SUPER=01-Rep. Tom DeLay/(R) Texas;]
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[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=AM]
[WRITER=jmc]
[TAPE#=98-58]
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A few senators and representatives are calling for tougher gun control laws, after the shooting at the Capitol.
Roanoke Congressman Bob Goodlatte says trying to round up all the guns in America is impractical and politically impossible.
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[SOT GOODLATTE 22:13:05]
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((REP. BOB GOODLATTE/R-SIXTH DISTRICT: CRACKING DOWN ON AND PREVENTING ACCESS TO WEAPONS BY CRIMINALS AND THOSE WHO ARE MENTALLY ILL IS REALLY A VITAL PART OF PREVENTING THIS SORT OF THING.))
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[VO-NAT]


Goodlatte, and most other members of the House had finished the main business of the day and had already left the Capitol when the shooting started.
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[Patrick- murder]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=kor]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=Shooting]


Patrick County authorities are investigating the county's first murder of the year.
W-H-E-O radio is reporting that 42 year old Winford Gray Epperson of Ararat died from a single gunshot wound to the head yesterday morning.
W-H-E-O says that authorities are looking for Epperson's live-in girlfriend, 42- year- old Deborah Simmons.
Simmons told the victim's father that Epperson had been shot and then fled from the father's residence.
W-H-E-O says that Simmons is a suspect and has several warrents out for her arrest.

[11-Pitts-Shooting]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat am]
[WRITER=sta]
[TAPE#=98-56; 07:55]
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Police believe a a domestic dispute in Pittsylvania County ended with a shooting.
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[VO-NAT]
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The shooting happened around seven yesterday evening along Birch Creek Road.
The male victim was taken to the Danville Regional Medical Center.
The victim's condition is not known.
Police are continuing their investigation.
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[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=tte]
[TAPE#=98-46; 1:00:04]
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Three construction workers were injured in Lynchburg when the building they were working in exploded yesterday evening.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg;]


The blast happened shortly before seven last night at Super Shoes in Candler's Station.
Fire officials said the workers used liquid glue on the floors then lit a blow torch.
Officials said the vapors triggered the explosion.
32-year-old Mario Dente (Den-tee) of New Jersey broke both ankles and his wrist.
Two more men from New Jersey were also injured.
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[Sports]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=morning sports]
[GRAPHIC=none]


In sports, local golf tournaments wrap up and Mike Stevens talks with the winners.
Good Morning Mike.
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[Sat-Lottery]


[ANCHOR=Denise 2-Shot]
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[2-SHOT]
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[super=70-6/3/5/4/0/2/7;] Pick 3/Pick 4
[super=71-4/9/17/19/24/7/15/19/31/35/19;] Cash 5/Big Game
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[11-SW-Traditions]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat am]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=98-51; 38:06]
[GRAPHIC=Southwest Traditions]


Draft horses once pulled the load in western Virginia.
Today, they'll be back at work as Ferrum College hosts the Blue Ridge Draft Horse and Mule Show.
This morning, in our series Southwest Traditions, Joe Dashiell has the story of a rare breed and its uncommon talents.
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((A chance encounter in England more than 30 years ago gave Jason Rutledge his first look at a Suffolk Punch.
[IN Q=I got lost in the countryside]

((JASON RUTLEDGE: I GOT LOST IN THE COUNTRYSIDE AND CAME UPON A SUFFOLK MARE BEING LEAD BY A YOUNG CHILD AND THAT WAS THE FIRST SUFFOLK THAT I EVER SAW. AND THE FACT THAT THAT KID WAS CONTROLLING THE HORSE BY HIMSELF IMPRESSED ME AS A COUNTRY BOY FROM VIRGINIA.))
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The partnership that developed, has benefited both the country boy and the breed.
Fewer than 50 Suffolks are born each year in North America. With fifteen horses, Rutledge has the largest herd in the country, one of the largest in the world.
And as we first noted in 1991, Rutledge depends upon the Suffolks for his livelihood, logging the woodlands of
western Virginia.
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((JASON RUTLEDGE: THEY'RE NOT THE LARGEST HORSE, BUT THEY GIVE YOU EVERYTHING THEY'VE GOT. THAT'S NICE TO BE ABLE TO DEPEND UPON. WHEN YOU'RE IN THE WOODS PULLING A BIG LOG AND IT'S DIFFICULT COMING UP A HILL OR OUT OF A RAVINE, IT'S NICE TO KNOW THAT THE HORSES WILL GIVE YOU AN HONEST EFFORT OVER AND OVER.))
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Suffolks were bred specifically for work, which may explain their declining popularity in a modern age... but Rutledge says they have many endearing characteristics, from their chestnut color to a heart of gold.
Joe Dashiell News 7))

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[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat am]
[WRITER=chu]
[TAPE#=98-40; 1:57:30]
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The Virginia Department of Health says fish from some parts of the Roanoke River may be contaminated.
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[VO-NAT]
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The warning is limited to a 50-mile stretch of the river that runs through Campbell, Charlotte, Halifax and Pittsylvania Counties.
The health department says striped bass, white bass and carp in that region may contain poly-chlorinated biphenyls or P-C-B's.
P-C-B's are potentially cancer-causing industrial chemicals-- but the source of the river contamination has not been found.
Signs will soon be posted in at-risk fishing areas along the river.
The health department says, for now, people should limit how much fish they eat from this section of the river.
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[Synthons]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat am]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Business News]


A Blacksburg based pharmaceutical company is expanding in the New River Valley.
Synthons (SIN-thons) Incorporated is planning to locate in the New River Industrial Park in Pulaski County, this fall.
According to a press release from Governor Gilmore's office, the one-point eight million dollar investment is expected to create 20 new jobs with the possibility of 80 more jobs by the year, 2000.
Synthons Incorporated is currently headquartered at the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center.
The company supplies materials for the food, agriculture and pharmaceutical industries.


[6-Incubator]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6p]
[WRITER=jmc]
[TAPE#=98-52; 23:49]
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Developers of a program to help small businesses get started and keep growing say it's working well.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


The New Century Venture Center in southwest Roanoke celebrated its second year of operation yesterday, with an open house.
The business "incubator" is home to 14 small companies. The entrepreneurs sign leases of six months to a year, and get practical advice on how to make money.
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[Sports-Plays]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=sports plays]
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The Minnesota Twins picked up a home win last night.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Minneapolis, MN/Rangers-KXTX;]


But not before Mike Simms gets a hold of this pitch and knocks his 10th homer of the season out to center field.
Twins Todd Walker gets himself in a pickle on the steal attempt, Paul Molitor scores and Minnesota wins 5 to three.



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Jeff Kent knocked his 10th dinger of the year this one a two run shot to give the Giants a two -oh lead over the Reds.
Charlie Hayes finds the center field wall appealing. His seventh home run of the season gives San Francisco a five nothing lead.
Jeff Kent's second round tripper of the night is a grand slam and the Giants beat the Reds 12-to-2.
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[Sebrina-diner]


[ANCHOR=Denise 2 shot**]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=afr]
[TAPE#=Wknd Diner TC 29:06]
(toss to ANDREW for Diner)
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We're right in the middle of peach season, and there's no better time to make peach cobbler.
[ANCHOR=Andrew Full]
[SS=Weekend Diner]


This week, We head to Sebrina Ruth-Cooper's house in the Dugwell section of Franklin County.
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((WHAT A WONDERFUL COUNTRY HOUSE HERE. IT'S A BEAUTIFUL HOME HERE AND A GREAT GARDEN. AND THAT'S THE IDEA OF THIS RECIPE -- FRESH FOOD RIGHT? Yes. Yes. We're fixing a peach cobbler with praline biscuits on top. It's a wonderful summer dessert. ALRIGHT. LET'S GET STARTED. Okay. Great. We have sugar, cornstarch, and cinnamon. Then you add a cup of water and stir it up. WHAT KIND OF HEAT DO WE HAVE? Medium high. SO WE'RE JUST GOING TO WARM IT UP A LITTLE BIT AND MIX IT UP AND IT WILL TAKE ABOUT 30 SECONDS. Yes. Now we're ready to add the peaches. You have 8 cups of peaches and you just dump them. AND YOU SKINNED THEM TOO. Yes. Skinned and peeled. OH YEAH. PEELED NOT SKINNED. And then you just stir them up. You bring it up to a boiling point. Okay it's been boiling for about a minute. Now we're going to take it off and just let it sit there while we prepare the crust. ALRIGHT AS WE SMELL THE PEACHES OVER THERE JUST KIND OF SIMMERING, NOW WE'RE GOING TO WORK ON THE DOUGH, RIGHT? Right. Right. YOU ALREADY HAVE IN HERE A BUNCH OF FLOUR. Yes, and we're getting ready to put in a half a cup of shortening to cut into the flour. THERE'S A LITTLE BIT OF SUGAR ALREADY IN THIS FLOUR AS WELL, RIGHT? Yes. Just a little bit of sugar. And we're just going to cut it in. The mixture is crumbly. And now we're going to add 3/4 cup of buttermilk and stir until it's just moistened. Now, the dough is ready. We're just going to put it on a floured surface, and knead it 3 or 4 times. Sprinkle some flour on top so your hands don't stick. And just pat it.
The dough is very light and fluffy, so you just want to fold it 3 or 4 times and that's all you need to do because you don't want to beat it up. OKAY. WE'VE GOT THIS GUY OUT TO 12 BY 8 HERE TO FIT THE TOP OF THE PAN. NOW YOU'RE GOING TO SPREAD THIS YUMMY LOOKING PECAN MIXTURE ON TOP. Right. It's a cup of chopped pecans, a quarter cup of dark brown sugar and 3 tablespoons of melted butter. And you want to get it to within a half an inch of the end of the dough. WE HAVEN'T SEEN THESE PEACHES FOR AWHILE. They've been sitting over here on the stove just sitting there while we got the dough ready. And we want to pour it into a lightly greased 9 by 13. Now we take the dough with the pecans on it and roll it longside over first and just do it jellyroll fashion. AND THIS IS WHAT'S GOING TO GO ON TOP OF OUR PEACHES. Yes. This is the best part. All we're doing now is slicing the dough into half-inch slices. And a serated knife works best. And you place it over on the peach mixture until you're out of dough or out of room on your dish. AND THEN IT'S GOING TO GO IN THE OVEN AND WE'RE GOING TO BAKE....? Bake it for 25 to 30 minutes at the temperature of 400. IT LOOKS BEAUTIFUL. GOLDEN BROWN BISCUITS THERE ON THE TOP. WHY DON'T YOU DIVE IN HERE AND WE CAN GET TO THE BEST PART OF THE WEEKEND DINER. Yeah. This is great served with ice cream and.. THANK YOU. Your welcome. Do you want some more peaches? SURE WHY NOT. ALRIGHT THIS IS GOING TO BE GREAT. This is a family tradition for our summertime eating. We love to make this cobbler. THIS IS GREAT. Good. I'm glad you like it. I'M LEAVING A BOWL HERE FOR OUR PHOTOGRAPHER, HOWARD, WHOSE STOMACH IS GRUMBLING, YOU MIGHT HERE IT. SABRINA, THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR LETTING US COME INTO YOUR HOME. IT'S A WONDERFUL RECIPE. Your welcome, anytime. IT'S GREAT. VERY GOOD. Thanks. Thanks.))
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[ANCHOR=Andrew]

[Dissolve to Chyron 7153]
If you drop in a self-addressed, stamped envelope, we'll send you this recipe.
You can see the address there on the screen. You can also check out our web site under the weekend mornings section.
And, don't forget if you'd like to cook your family recipe on the weekend diner, send in a note with your recipe, name, address and phone number.
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[HEADLINES]
[ANCHOR=Denise 2 shot]

[Music Under]
Here's a look at today's top stories.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Denise]
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A gunman opened fire insided the U-S Capitol building yesterday afternoon killing two captol police officers and wounding one tourist.
The suspect, 41 year old Russell Eugene Weston of Montana is also in critical condition at an area hospital.
Witnesses say that Weston broke through a security checkpoint and began shooting.
Authorities are not sure what motivated the shooting rampage.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Denise]


A man was shot last night during a domestic dispute in Pittsylvania County.
According to police, the shooting happened around 7 pm last night along Birch Creek Rd.
The victim is in the Danville regional Medical Center and the condition is not known.
Police are still investigating.
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[ANCHOR=Denise Full]


According to W-H-E-O radio Patrick County authorities are looking for a woman who may have shot her live-in boyfriend yesterday.
42 year old Winford Gray Epperson of Ararat died from a single gunshot wound to the head.
Police are still investigating.
And that's what's making news on this Saturday July 25-th .
We'll be back in just a minute.

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[DC-Shooting]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Shooting]


The man suspected of gunning down two Capitol Police officers is out of surgery and in critical condition.
42-year old Russell Weston Junior is in stable condition.
Apparently the gunman walked into the building without going through a metal detector.
Lee Cowan has more on the incident.
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[SUPER=01-Kenneth Moore/Neighbor; :35]
[SUPER=01-Rep. Tom DeLay/(R) Texas; 1:05]
[SUPER=01-Sgt. Dan Nichols/Capitol Police; 1:13]
[SUPER=01-Ronald Beamish/Tourist; 1:35 ]
[SUPER=01-Lee Cowan/Reporting; 1:50]
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((WELL KNOWN FOR ITS LEGISLATIVE BATTLES THE U-S CAPITOL IS NOW KNOWN FOR ANOTHER BATTLE - THIS ONE DEADLY-- PLAYED OUT BY A MAN WHO RUSHED AN ENTRANCE, WITH A MISSION UNKNOWN.
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THE SUSPECT, 41 YEAR OLD RUSSELL EUGENE WESTON WAS KNOWN TO SECRET SERVICE OFFICERS AS A "POSSIBLE SECURITY THREAT."
HIS CABIN, IN RURAL MONTANNA, SHARES A LOCATION JUST A FEW MILES FROM WHERE ANOTHER SMALL CABIN USED TO STAND -- THE ONE THAT BELONGED TO UNABOMBER, THEODORE KACZYNSKI.
NEIGHBORS SAY WESTON WAS KNOWN TO STAND IN FRONT OF A LARGE SATELLITE DISH, YELLING AT IT, SCREAMING FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO STOP SPYING ON HIM.
(( SUPER: KENNETH MOORE//NEIGHBOR )) "Yeah, he thought it was pointed at him_he thought the gov't was watching him, I told him it wasn't true, but he wouldn't listen."
HOSPITAL SPOKESMAN SAY WESTON REMAINS IN STABLE CONDITION -- UNDER GUARD -- IN A WASHINGTON HOSPITAL AFTER SEVERAL HOURS OF SURGERY. HIS VICTIMS WERE NOT SO LUCKY.
TWO SECURITY GUARDS, JACOB CHESNUT, AND JOHN GIBSON BOTH MARRIED, BOTH WITH CHILDREN, DIED OF THEIR INJURIES, PRESUMABLY FROM BULLETS FIRED FROM THE SUSPECT'S 38 CALIBER REVOLVER.
(( SUPER: REP. TOM DELAY// R-TX))
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"John Gibson - ever knew."

(( SUPER: SGT. DAN NICHOLS//US CAPITOL HILL POLICE )) (( SOT 23:09:42

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"They were wonderful --- speaks volumes."


A TOURIST, 24 YEAR OLD ANGELA DICKERSON REMAINS IN SERIOUS CONDITION. SHE WAS CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE, AS WERE DOZENS OF OTHERS WHO SCAMBLED TO SAFETY -- SOME STAINED BY THE BLOOD OF THE VICTIMS THEY LEFT BEHIND.

(( SUPER: RONALD BEAMISH//TOURIST )) (( SOT 21:15:14))
"There was an officer --- as they could."


TOURISTS WILL RETURN TO THE CAPITOL GROUNDS THIS MORNING_ALL OF THEM PASSING UNDER THE FLAGS THAT REMAIN AT HALF STAFF - A NATIONAL SYMBOL IN MOURNING FOR 2 OFFICERS WHO GAVE IT ALL.
(( LEE COWAN//CBS NEWS )) "All of this raises the inevitable question of just how secure is too secure. Already, the Capitol is arguably one of the most guarded buildings in the world. But one man managed to test it. The test now, comes on how to react. Lee Cowan, CBS News, Washington."

))[Weston-Hometown]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Russell Weston Junior apparently spent 53 days in a Montana State Mental hospital in 1996.
A judge ordered the committment after finding Weston was a danger to himself and others.
He was released after a medical team concluded the danger was over.
Shortly after Russell Weston was apprehended in the Capitol Building shooting, police in his hometown of Valmeyer, Illinois cordoned off his parents home to prevent the media from storming in.
John Mills has the reaction from Southern Illinois.
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[OUTOPEN]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=dse]
[TAPE#=Movie Open]
[GRAPHIC=Movie Review]


George Clooney is one of the biggest stars on television-- But he hasn't really been able to transfer that success to the big screen.
Anna Wentworth says that his latest film "Out of Sight" may be a breakthrough.
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[Out-Of-Sight]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=dse]
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[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE]


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(([Anna On Camera] [1:29:00 Playback] With "Out of Sight", George Clooney proves he has more than the one expression he wore throughout most of "Batman and Robin" last year. But the self-conscious camera work almost undermines his good efforts and those of his able co-star Jennifer Lopez. "Out of Sight" is based on an Elmore Leonard novel, and is very much in the "Get Shorty" vein. [Clips 34:12]
Clooney is a kind of anti-hero hero. He is Jack Foley, a career bank robber who is charming and clever, but not too clever to stay out of prison. Jennifer Lopez is Karen Sisco, a U.S. Marshall who just happens to be on the scene when Jack is breaking out. Jack and his accomplice, Buddy ( Ving Rhames), have no choice but to toss Karen in the trunk with Jack and take off. In the trunk, a surprisingly cool Karen, and the pleasant bank robber, Jack, hit it off and an unlikely romance begins. [Clips 34:47]
Other than the romance, the movie revolves around a diamond heist planned when Jack and his pals were in prison. Clooney and Lopez manage to make an unbelievable romance at least feasable. [Anna On Camera]
But "Out of Sight" gets a C+. Not a lot of substance, but lots of style.))


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[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=khu]
[TAPE#=98-42; 1:24;04]
[GRAPHIC=none]


"Saving Private Ryan" opened in theaters.
The movie depicts the 29th Infantry Division storming Omaha Beach on D-Day.
It's also a story of three brothers- -one a private in the 29th Infantry Division- -all of them killed that same day, June 6th, 1944.
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[SUPER=01-Tom Hanks/"Cpt. John Miller"; 1:14]
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((SOME PRIVATE IN THE 101ST LOST THREE BROTHERS AND HE'S GOT A TICKET HOME.)) [RUNS05]
His real name was Fritz Niland.
In addition to the one in the 29th, two other Nilands were killed on D-Day, one in the 82nd Airborne, the other a pilot shot down over Burma... missing and presumed dead. [12:26] ((AND HIS MOTHER DID GET ALL THREE TELEGRAMS THE SAME DAY. AND THE WAR DEPARTMENT DID CONTACT THE 101ST AND SAID "GET PVT. NILAND OUT OF THERE." THE FICTION OF THE STORY IS THAT THEY HAD A HARD TIME FINDING HIM.)) [RUNS15]
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((WHERE'S THE SENSE OF RISKING THE LIVES OF EIGHT OF US TO SAVE ONE GUY.)) [RUNS:03]
Most of the movie focuses on the search for "Private Ryan," so it's actually based on a true story. [AUDIO ONLY @ 12:25:20] ((IT'S DAMNED NEAR A DOCUMENTARY.))
Ambrose and others who know the details of the D-Day invasion are most impressed by the opening sequence and its graphic depiction of death and determination on the beaches in France.
It's the true-life story of soldiers from Virginia.
At the motion picture premier in L-A this week, Actor Tom Hanks said he came away with a new sense of understanding and empathy for those troops.
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((MEETING SOME OF THE MEN AND ALSO JUST GOING THROUGH A FALSE VERSION OF THE EXPERIENCE BROUGHT IT DOWN TO HUMAN TERMS THAT QUITE FRANKLY WERE SO PALPABLE THAT I CAN'T ESCAPE SOME OF THE IMAGES IN MY HEAD EVEN NOW.)) [RUNS14]
[OUT Q=head even now.]))


[6-Movie-Premiere]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat am]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=98-43]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Veterans in Lynchburg and Roanoke got a free pass to the movie premiere, thanks to the National D-Day Memorial Foundation.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Most had heard "Private Ryan" was very realistic, but they doubted a movie could truly convey what Omaha Beach was like that day.
Loxley Woodridge remembers being trapped in a foxhole with a wounded friend.
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[IN Q=I had to]

((LOXLEY WOODRIDGE/D-DAY VETERAN: I HAD TO SIT THERE AND WATCH HIM DIE, I COULDN'T DO NOTHING FOR HIM. IT'S JUST BAD THINGS LIKE THAT. I MEAN, I DON'T THINK THERE'S ANY WAY ANY MOVIE OR ANYTHING CAN BE WHAT WE HAD TO PUT UP WITH.)) ((BURT TOMLIN/D-DAY VETERAN: WELL, I REALLY HOPE THAT THE YOUNG PEOPLE WILL LOOK AT IT, AND SEE JUST WHAT WE WENT THROUGH FOR THEIR FREEDOM. THAT'S THE MAIN THING I REALLY WOULD LIKE TO SEE COME OUT OF IT.))
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[SUPER=01-Burt Tomlin/D-Day Veteran; :21]
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[OUT Q=come out of it.]
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[VO-NAT]


Vets also hope the movie will spark more interest in the D-Day memorial under construction in Bedford.
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[Hungry-Horse-Farm]


[ANCHOR=Denise2-Shot]
[NEWSCAST=Saturday AM]
[WRITER=kmc]
[TAPE#=Time OFf]


If you're a serious equestrian, you're probably often looking for new places to explore on horseback.
[ANCHOR=Andrew full]
[GRAPHIC=Time Off]


In "Time Off" this week, Kimberly McBroom takes us to a Carroll County farm where trail riding isn't just "horsing around".
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[IN Q=A common love]
[SUPER=03-Carroll Co.; :00]
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[SUPER=01-Maxine Slagle/Hungry Horse Farm Owner; 1:00 QUICK!!!]
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(( A common love of horses and exploring the country has led this Ohio riding group to Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Indiana, and now to Hungry Horse Farm in rural Southwest Virginia.
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((MARK STEVENS/OHIO HORSEMEN'S COUNCIL: WE HEARD THIS THROUGH OTHER PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN DOWN HERE FROM THE STATE OF OHIO, AND WE DECIDED TO PACK UP AND GET A GROUP FROM OUR CHAPTER DOWN HERE AND CHECK IT OUT AND STAY A WEEK AND ENJOY THE RIDE AND THE SCENIC VIEW YOU GUYS HAVE HERE.)) [RUNS:14]
They're spending their vacation saddling up and riding for as long as six and seven hours a day.
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((MARK STEVENS/OHIO HORSEMEN'S COUNCIL: YOU GOT TO PRY YOURSELF OUT OF THE SADDLE SOMETIMES, BUT IT'S A LOT OF FUN. WE GET A LOT OF CAMARADERIE OUT HERE AND OF COURSE, YOU CAN SEE HOW MANY PEOPLE WE'VE GOT OUT HERE AND WE HAVE A LOT OF FUN.)) [RUNS:09]
Stevens says he spends a lot of time taking care of seven-year- old Skeezer.
He's just one of 12 horses the group brought along for their trip.
Some of the other horses are more than THREE times the age of Skeezer.
Not only are the HORSES mature-- but the farm's owner says SO are many of the riders who come here.
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((MAXINE SLAGLE/HUNGRY HORSE FARM OWNER: MOST OF THE TIME, THEY'RE NOT YOUNGSTERS, MOST OF THE TIME WE'RE LOOKING AT 50, 60, AND 70- YEAR OLDS.)) [RUNS:05]
Slagle says she opened up her 75- acre farm adjacent to the Mount Rogers Recreational area to establish a place for dedicated trail riders.
Visitors DO have to bring their own horses, but there are stalls available for rent.
They can also rent a spot in the campground for 10- dollars a night-- or arrange to spend the night in this log cabin.
There's NO charge for the trail riding itself, since much of the property is national forest land.
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: SLAGLE SAYS SHE'S BEEN TRYING TO GET THE WORD OUT ABOUT HUNGRY HORSE FARM FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS. SHE OFFERS HOSPITALITY AND LOTS OF ACREAGE TO PEOPLE WHO JUST LOVE TO RIDE.)) [RUNS:09]
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((MAXINE SLAGLE/HUNGRY HORSE FARM OWNER: I THINK THE GENERAL PUBLIC HAS-- THEY DON'T UNDERSTAND TRAIL RIDING. IT'S NOT REALLY THE COWBOYS THAT WE GET HERE. WE GET THE REAL DEDICATED HORSE PERSON HERE, THEY TAKE GOOD CARE OF THEIR HORSES. THEY DON'T COWBOY THEM. THEY WANT TO RIDE THEM.)) [RUNS:14]
Hungry Horse Farm is located near the intersections of I-81 and I-77.
Slagle says she's especially interested in hosting small groups to help keep her peaceful mountain riding retreat, just that.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Carroll County.))









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Finally this morning, Did you see that?
And did you ever wish you were an Oscar-Mayer wiener?
The wienermobile has been in town for the last few days and photographer Brent Watts captured the action at Salem Memorial Stadium.
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Don't worry, if you missed your chance at stardom. The Wienermobile will be at Mill Mountain Zoo all weekend.