[SWITCH-LATEST]

[ANCHOR=Melanie]

[NEWSCAST=NOON]
[WRITER=MEL]
[TAPE#net-I]
[GRAPHIC=Baby Swap]


The mother of one of the children switched at birth at the U-V-A medical center meets with reporters this afternoon.

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co./July 4;]


The mix-up was discovered last month, one day before this Botetourt County accident that killed the couple raising the other little girl.
Paula Johnson has no plans to give up the daughter she has raised, Callie, but does says she's anxious to meet her biological daughter Rebecca, raised by Whitney Rogers and Kevin Chittum.
The lawyers for Rebecca's grandparents say they don't want to swap children either but do want to get to know their biological grandaughter.
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[SOT]

[cbs this morning 8:12:12]
[IN Q=The maternal]

(( MICHAEL IRVINE/REBECCA'S PATERNAL GRANDPARENTS; THE MATERNAL AND PATERNAL GRANDPARENTS HAVE ENTERED INTO A SHARED CUSTODY ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN THE TWO FAMILIES WHERE REBECCA IS SPENDING TIME WITH BOTH FAMILIES AND IF IT'S DETERMINED REBECCA HAS A BIOLOGICAL MOTHER WHO'S LIVING IN CHARLOTTSVILLE AREA HOPE TO INCLUDE HER IN THAT ARRANGEMENT SO ALL FAMILY'S CAN SHARE AND CONSIDERABLY TIME WITH REBECCA.))
[SUPER=01-Michael Irvine/Paternal Grandparents' Attorney;]
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[OUT Q=time with Rebecca]
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[VO-NAT]


Paula Johnson's press conference is at 2 p-m today in Charlottesville.
News 7 will interrupt programming to carry the conference live.
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[clinton]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=mel]
[TAPE#ROLL COLD FROM FEED]
[GRAPHIC=Monica Lewinsky]


White House lawyer Lanny Bruer is testifying this afternoon before the Monica Lewinsky grand jury.
That after the White House lost another round to Independent Counsel, Kenneth Starr.
[ss=US Supreme Court]


The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court today ruled that at least two White House lawyers will have to testify.
Jonathan Freed has more from Washington.
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[SOT]

[11:30-UPDATE WINDOW]
[IN Q=It's all about]
[SUPER=03-Washington DC; :00]
[SUPER=01-Kenneth Starr/Independent Counsel;]
[SUPER=01-Jonathan Freed/Reporting; (stand-up)]
[RUNS=1:10]
[OUT Q= CBS News Washington.]

((It's all about the now familiar theme of attorney-client privilege.
The Clinton administration has been trying to block White House lawyers from testifying in the Monica Lewinsky investigation. The White House has been arguing that they can't be compelled to talk because discussions with attorneys on the public payroll should be as privileged as those with private lawyers. And there are also concerns about the rights of any president to have confidential counsel.
But this morning, the Chief Justice of the United States, William Rehnquist, turned down the White House appeal_clearing the way for lawyers Bruce Lindsey and Lanny Breuer to take the stand before Kenneth Starr's grand jury.
Before the Chief Justice's decision was known this morning, Starr wasn't saying much.

(KENNETH STARR:")


Starr has been insisting that Lindsey and Breuer_part of Clinton's inner circle may have crucial information about the allegations of lies and a cover-up in the Lewinsky case.
THE WHITE HOUSE IS EXPRESSING DISSAPOINTMENT THIS MORNING WITH THE CHIEF JUSTICE'S DECISION. AND IT SAYS IT WILL KEEP PUSHING FOR THE ISSUE TO BE HEARD BY THE FULL COURT, LATER THIS FALL. JOHNATHAN FREED, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

[TX-HEAT]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=MEL]
[TAPE#net-S]
[GRAPHIC=Summer Heat]


It's so hot in Texas that some elementary school students who started class this week can't even go out for recess.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Dallas, TX;]


And just like the temperatures, the death toll from the heat wave is in the triple digits.
Four people died yesterday, pushing the heat-related toll to 103.
On top of that, last month was the driest since the 19-30's..and this month could be just as dry.
So Fort Worth and many neighboring communities are rationing water.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=People need to]

(( DAVID COOK, FT. WORTH WATER DEPT.;" PEOPLE NEED TO BE CONSCIENCE OF THAT AND NOT WATER OR WATER ONCE A WEEK OR TWICE A WEEK, JUST GUT IT OUT A LITTLE BIT TO HELP US OUT. ))
[SUPER=01-Mary Gugliuzza/Ft. Worth Water Department;]
[RUNS=:06]
[OUT Q=watering as well.]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Brenham, TX;]


Meantime, Congress has approved more than 5 billion dollars in emergency farm aid, to bail out suffering farmers and starving cattle.
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[Danville-Murder]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Murder]


An apparent stabbing leaves a 19-year-old Danville man dead, and his wife in police custody charged with first degree murder.
Authorities say they found Jeffrey Lee Jones in front of his apartment building at Woodside Village shortly after 8-30 last night.
He had apparently been stabbed in the chest.
His wife, 19-year-old Alicia Michelle Jones, is charged in connection with the murder.
She was arrested in her apartment around 11-30 last night.

[Habitat]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=sgo]
[TAPE#=net-J]
[GRAPHIC=Habitat for Humanity]


The land that looked like it would be the site of a 35-home Habitat for Humanity "village" now looks like it's going to be a park.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

[from 98-44 at 1:18:02, 98-45 if needed]
Last night residents of the Westview Terrace neighborhood went to city council.
They said the new Habitat homes would lower their property values.
Last night city council found an apparent solution.
The council voted to acquire the land from Habitat and eventually turn it into a park.
The city will either buy the land or swap it for another property where Habitat can build new homes.
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[Tobacco-Market]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=chu]
[TAPE#98-45; TC 1:15:39]
[GRAPHIC=Tobacco]


Let the bidding begin.
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[SOT (nats of auction)]
[RUNS=:04]
[OUT Q=(nats of auction)]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Danville;]


Today marks the opening of Southside Virginia's tobacco market.
Leaders, including Lieutenant Governor John Hager and Senator Chuck Robb, travelled to Danville for the first auction of the season.
The flue-cured tobacco is usually sold in 200-pound bundles.
But to keep up with industry standards, tobacco is also being sold this year in 750-pound bales.
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[SOT 17:34:20-:32]
[IN Q=The only con would]

((HARRY LEA/PIEDMONT BIG SALE: THE ONLY CON WOULD BE AN ADDITIONAL EXPENSE TO THE GROWER. THE PRO FOR HIM WOULD BE THE SAVING OF SPACE AND THE INDUSTRY'S WILLINGNESS TO PAY PREMIUM ON BAILED TOBACCO.))
[SUPER=01-Harry Lea/Piedmont Big Sale;]
[RUNS=:12]
[OUT Q=on baled tobacco.]
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[VO-NAT]


By the end of this morning's auction, a quarter of a million pounds of tobacco had been sold at an average price of $1.80 per pound.
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[Road-Opposed]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=djo]
[TAPE#=net-N]
[GRAPHIC=Interstate 73]


Several residents of Bedford and Botetourt counties are making their feelings on I-73 plans known: the project is NOT welcome in their area.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blue Ridge;]

Members of "Blue Ridge Concerned Citizens" and "The Committee to Save Botetourt and Bedford Counties" pooled their efforts yesterday in an effort to eliminate the Blue Ridge District from the route alternatives. The area was one of many V-DOT is considering as a connector along what is presently Route-220. And committee members say the shortest distance between Martinsville and Roanoke is where the road should go.
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[SOT=19:02:40]
[IN Q=THEY INDICATE]

((DENISE GABRIEL/COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVE; THEY INDICATE THEY WANT IT. WE CERTAINLY DON'T WANT IT. PEOPLE COME OUT TO THE COUNTIES HERE BECAUSE IT IS RURAL AND BECAUSE IT DOESN'T HAVE A HIGHWAY. WE COULD CERTAINLY USE SOME MAINTENANCE ON OUR OWN ROADS AND PERHAPS WE'D LIKE TO SEE MONEY BETTER SPENT THAT WAY.))
[SUPER=01-Denise Gabriel/Committee Representative;]
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[OUT Q=THAT WAY.]
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[VO-NAT]

The group plans to protest with a legislative letter writing campaign, a petition drive and a possible "tractor parade" from the area up to Richmond.
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[iraq]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=NOON]
[WRITER=mel]
[TAPE#net-K]
[GRAPHIC=Iraq Conflict]


Chief U-N weapons inspector Richard Butler is on his way back to New York after talks aimed at dismantling Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, broke down.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq;]


A top aide to Butler says Iraqi officials were insisting that Butler give them a clean bill of health.
But he told them he could not certify their compliance with U-N resolutions.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=My duty]

(( RICHARD BUTLER: MY DUTY IS TO REPORT WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THE SECURITY COUNCIL OF THE UNITED NATIONS. I'M GOING TO NEW YORK TO DO THAT. ))
[SUPER=01-Richard Butler/UN Chief Weapons Inspector;]
[RUNS=:08]
[OUT Q=I'm going to do that.]
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[VO-NAT]


Iraq accused Butler of serving U-S interests and trying to prolong sanctions.
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[E-City-Council]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=djo]
[TAPE#=598-24 1:05:04]
[GRAPHIC=Roanoke City Seal]

A local firefighter says Roanoke City Management is breaking the law, so he called the Department of Labor to investigate.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Ron Mathews says, for the past two years, city firefighters have had to work 56-hour work weeks without being compensated for overtime. Mathews is the one who requested the department of labor investigation.
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[SOT=14:18:22 - 14:14:45]
[IN Q=THEY HAVE]

((RON MATHEWS/ROANOKE FIREFIGHTER; THEY HAVE STATED UNEQUIVICALLY TO ME AND TO THE CITY THAT THEY ARE IN VIOLATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR LAW ACCORDING TO THE AGENTS HERE LOCALLY.)) ((BOB HERBERT/ROANOKE CITY MANAGER; VERBALLY THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR HAS EXPRESSED CONCERNS, BUT HAS NOT ISSUED ANY WRITTEN DETERMINATION OF ALLEGED VIOLATIONS.))
[SUPER=01-Ron Mathews/Roanoke City Firefighter; :00]
[SUPER=01-Bob Herbert/Roanoke City Manager; :08]
[RUNS=:16]
[OUT Q=ALLEGED VIOLATIONS.]
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[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[GRAPHIC=none]

The local office of the Department of Labor says the investigation is ongoing. It will not release any of its findings until the case is closed.

[E-Giles-Teacher]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=THa]
[TAPE#None]
[GRAPHIC=Legal Scales]


A former Giles County high school teacher has waived his right to a speedy trial in West Virginia.
26-year-old Jarrod Hines is accused of having sex with a 15-year-old female student in his Monroe County home.
The prosecutor in the case says Hines appears willing to work out a plea agreement.

[E-Halifax-Fingerprints]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=chu]
[TAPE#98-46; TC 1:08:52]
[GRAPHIC=None]


An age-old process used to keep track of criminal suspects is going hi-tech.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Halifax Co.;]


The messy ink fingerprints are out.
Some police agencies in Virginia are now using computers to record prints much faster.
Halifax County has been using this Live Scan system for about a month.
Besides making fingerprints, it can compare a set of prints against existing state and federal criminal records.
Eventually, computerized fingerprinting will be mandatory in Virginia.
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[SOT 22:53:00-:19]
[IN Q=We're still in a ]

((D.J. OAKES/HALIFAX CO. SHERIFF: WE'RE STILL IN A TEST MODE RIGHT NOW. WITHIN A FEW WEEKS THEY'RE GOING TO TAKE AWAY THAT TEST MODE AND WE'RE GOING TO BE FULLY FUNCTIONAL. WE'VE HAD IT FOR ABOUT A MONTH THAT WE HAVE BEEN DOING TRAINING... GET THEM UP TO SNUFF, BUT IT'S WORKING REALLY WELL.))
[SUPER=01-D. J. Oakes/Halifax Co. Sheriff;]
[RUNS=:19]
[OUT Q=working real well.]
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[VO-NAT]


Each Live Scan system costs about 75-thousand dollars.
This year, Halifax County and ten other police agencies received state money for the computers.
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[E-D-Day-Memorial]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=djo]
[TAPE#=98-51]
[GRAPHIC=D-Day Memorial]

The future looks good for a project dedicated to the historic legacy of D-Day in Bedford.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

The total project is scheduled for completion by June 6, in the year two-thousand. But tons of dirt have been removed and the asphalt for a road that encloses the memorial may be finished by next month.
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[SOT=12:55:02]
[IN Q=WE'RE IN THE]

((RICHARD BURROW/FOUNDATION PRESIDENT: WE'RE IN THE PROCESS OF CONSTRUCTING, TODAY, A ONE-MILE-LONG ROAD, WHICH INCLUDES CURB AND GUTTER ON EACH SIDE AS WELL AS THE BASE STONE AND THE BASE PAVING. ALL IN PREPARATION FOR THE 29TH DIVISION'S ANNUAL REUNION THAT THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE IN ROANOKE THE FIRST WEEK IN SEPTEMBER OF THIS YEAR.))
[SUPER=01-Richard Burrow/Foundation President;]
[RUNS=:20]
[OUT Q=OF THIS YEAR.]
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[VO-NAT]

The Memorial's Foundation gave Roanoke City Council a progress report yesterday, displaying a scale model of the Memorial's monument and its surrounding grounds.
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[E-Night-Out]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=NOON]
[WRITER=djo]
[TAPE#=98-43; TC 1:40:46]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Tonight is National Night out.
Roanoke is one of several sites around the country observing the 15th annual vigil against crime.
Roanoke police kicked it off a day early with a Showcase '98.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

The idea was to put the police and how they serve the area in the public eye. Officials say it's a different way of developing community policing.
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[SOT=18:00:41]
[IN Q=THIS EVENT SPECIFICALLY]

((SGT. RICK ARRINGTON/ROANOKE CITY POLICE; THIS EVENT SPECIFICALLY WILL HELP US BECAUSE IT'S OPENING US UP. IT'S LETTING EVERYONE SEE US AS PEOPLE. SO WE CAN BUILD TRUST IN THE COMMUNITY AND WE HOPE THAT THE COMMUNITY WILL, IN TURN, CALL US WHEN THEY HAVE NEEDS AND THEY'LL WORK WITH US IN THESE ANTI-CRIME EFFORTS.))
[SUPER=01-Sgt. Rick Arrington/Roanoke City Police; :00]
[RUNS=:17]
[OUT Q=ANTI-CRIME EFFORTS.]
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[VO-NAT]

The event included games for children and demonstrations involving drug sniffing dogs, finger printing and crime prevention. Tomorrow, neighborhood groups will conduct activities in recognition of the national campaign to rid communities of crime.
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[E-VA-Films]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=jmc/lba]
[TAPE#=98-50 50:05]
[GRAPHIC=Virginia Seal]


Hollywood continues to head East.
By the end of September two motion pictures, six TV series and a mini-series will be in production in the commonwealth.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Petersburg/May 8;]


Tim Reid's New Millenium studios in Petersburg and New Dominion Pictures in Virginia Beach will produce most of the television shows.
Both Columbia Pictures and DreamWorks will be filming in the Commonwealth.
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[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[SS=None]


The state film office says movie and TV production did 60-million dollars worth of business last year.

[QUEEN-MOTHER]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=MEL]
[TAPE#net-Q]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Britain's longest-lived royal is celebrating another milestone today.
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[SOT]
[in Q=nat sound burst]
[SUPER=03-London, United Kingdom;]
[RUNS=:04]
[OUT Q=(BAND PLAYING HAPPY B'DAY)]
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[VO-NAT]

[7:15:06]
The Queen Mother is 98 years old.
A military band marched past her London residence this morning, playing a specially composed Royal Birthday March and then ``Happy Birthday''
Thousands camped overnight and greeted her with flowers and cards.
Other members of the Royal Family, including the Queen, and Prince Charles joined her for lunch this afternoon. (----------------)