[TAPE#=98-44 tc 1:00:18]
12-years ago, he was convicted of running down two Roanoke city firefighters and a woman.
Now he's back in trouble with the law.
In May, Roanoke County Police arrested Roger Lee White, on charges of possession of cocaine.
He failed to appear for a June court date.
The Commonwealth's attorney's office says White fled to West Virginia where he was arrested last Thurday.
He is now in the Roanoke County Jail.
White was convicted of manslaughter in 1986 for plowing through an emergency scene killing Captain Robert Cassell
(Ca-Sell), firefighter Harvey Helms and Brenda Downs.
He spent 18 months of a 10 year sentence in jail for that crime.
In 1993 he pled "no contest" to possession of crack cocaine, which violated his probation, and was sentenced to another jail term.
White is still on parole for the '93 conviction and also faces probation violation charges for these new infractions.
A grand jury will hear abduction and malicious wounding charges against a Lynchburg man.
Police say 57-year old John Major Haygood attacked a woman at knifepoint outside the emergency room at Lynchburg General Hospital in April.
Lynchburg General's former security director says the hospital's security cameras should have caught the incident on tape.
[IN Q=The whole point]
((PHIL THEISEN/FORMER LGH SECURITY DIRECTOR: THE WHOLE POINT OF THAT BEING TO DOCUMENT INCIDENTS SUCH AS THIS. MY GREATEST QUESTION RIGHT NOW IS WHAT HAPPENED TO THAT TAPE? IT REMAINS A MYSTERY. BECAUSE THAT TAPE DOCUMENTS TO A CERTAIN DEGREE WHAT WENT ON OVER THERE THAT NIGHT.))
[SUPER=01-Phil Theisen/Former LGH Security Director; :00]
[OUT Q=there that night.]
Hospital officials say they keep security tapes for one month and then re- use them.
A police request for video of the attack came hours too late.
Two people are dead, 10 others injured and one is still missing after an off shore oil rig collapsed yesterday.
[SUPER=03-Gulf of Mexico;]
It happened about five miles east of the mouth of the Mississippi River.
The coast guard says 70 people were on the rig when the drilling section collapsed.
The injured were evacuated by helicopter and boat.
Officials don't know the cause of the accident, and the Coast Guard says it could take days for investigators to find out what happened.
Most people remember George Armstrong Custer for his famous stand along the Little Bighorn River.
But in Charlottesville yesterday, Custer was remembered for a different reason.
Ellen Qualls has more.
[IN Q=133 years ago]
[SUPER=01-"Gen. George Custer"/Historical Re-enactor; :36]
[SUPER=01-Brice Custer/Great Great Nephew; 1:21]
[SUPER=01-Blake Caravati/Charlottesville City Council; 1:55 QUICK!!]
[OUT Q=Qualls, News 7, Richmond.]
(( 133 years ago, Charlottesville's mayor and some University of Virginia professors put pragmatism over pride, bucked the boisterous local opposition, and surrendered the city to the Union's Third Cavalry Division, led by General George Armstrong Custer.
[NAT SOT tape one 21:16:13]
((WE'LL PRESENT YOU WITH THE KEYS TO THE CITY.))
Perhaps it was the image of Virginia Military Institute, shelled and burned by Union troops the preceding summer, that prompted the pragmatism.
General Custer, however, posted guards and for the brief time of occupation, became the protector of one of America's most significant architectural achievements.
[sot tape TWO 22:10:52]
((CUSTER: IN FACT, I HAD A GREAT DEAL OF RESPECT FOR THOMAS JEFFERSON AS A MAN WHO OPENED A GREAT FRONTIER. HOPEFULLY, AFTER MY CAREER HERE IN THE EASTERN THEATER, I'LL LOOK TO THE WEST. THE WEST IS THE GREAT AMERICAN OPPORTUNITY.))
[sot tape one standup 22:01:44 ]
((CUSTER'S NOTORIETY COMES, OF COURSE, NOT FROM SAVING THIS SEAT OF INTELLIGENCE, BUT FROM GETTING BAD MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. ELEVEN YEARS AFTER TAKING CHARLOTTESVILLE, HE LED MORE THAN 200 MEN TO THEIR DEATH AGAINST SOME TWO THOUSAND SIOUX AND CHEYENNE WARRIORS AT THE BATTLE OF LITTLE BIG HORN.))
This occasion is in fact the annual meeting of the international Little Big Horn Associates.
It's a willing audience for Custer's descendants efforts to dispel the image of the arrogant and foolhardy monster of Hollywood lore.
They note a modern irony.
[sot tape one 21:37:11]
((BRICE CUSTER: AS MUCH AS I'M GLAD TO BE HERE, I'M VERY SORRY THAT MY LATE BROTHER IS NOT HERE DOING THIS INSTEAD. TWO REASONS. HIS FULL NAME WAS COLONEL GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER THE THIRD, AND SOME OF YOU MAY NOT KNOW, HE ALSO OBTAINED A MASTERS DEGREE IN NUCLEAR ENGINEERING IN APPROXIMATELY 1960 HERE AT THIS INSTITUTION.))
The University will do its part and post an historical marker -- the only Civil War plaque on UVA grounds.
[sot tape one 02:46:01]
((BRICE CUSTER/GREAT GREAT NEPHEW: I WOULD SUBMIT THAT THE PLAQUE THAT WILL SOON BE HERE, THAT THE GENTLEMAN IS WELL WORTHY OF IT. THANK YOU.))
[sot tape one 21:36:24]
((BLAKE CARAVATI/CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY COUNCIL: IF THE GENERAL HAS TIME BEFORE HE LEAVES, I'D LIKE THOSE KEYS BACK.))
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Charlottesville.))
Competition heats up as a new furniture company moves to town.
Haverty's Furniture opened yesterday in the same neighborhood where Grand Home Furnishing is located.
In fact, the two stores are right across the street from each other.
Even though Grand has been in the area for a while, Haverty's says it is NOT intimidated by a little challlenge.
[IN Q= Every market that]
((STEPHANIE EXAS/HAVERTY'S MANAGER: EVERY MARKET HAVERTY'S HAS BEEN IN THEY'VE HELD UP AND DONE VERY WELL. WE HAVE 100 STORES AND I THINK THAT SAYS A LOT FOR HAVERTY'S. WE CONTINUE TO GROW. WE GROW IN A SMART WAY. WE DON'T GROW TOO QUICKLY.WE DON'T GROW TOO SLOWLY AND WE DON'T EVER FAIL WHEN WE GO INTO A MARKET.))
[SUPER=01-Stephanie Exas/Haverty's Manager]
[OUT Q=into a market.]
Managers at Grand would not speak on-camera, but they say they welcome the new store.
The Commonwealth Games are officially underway.
At last night's opening ceremonies the nearly 10-thousand athletes got some gold medal advice-
[SUPER=01-Shannon Miller/Olympic Gold Medalist; :17]
[SUPER=01-Jessica Kroll/Gymnast; :33]
[super=01-Rachel Banks/Gymnast; :42 QUICK!!]
[OUT Q=Jadhon, News-7]
((nat sot of miller
Dressed in Red White and blue- Olympic gold medalist shannon miller ran onto stage-
The five foot one inch athlete had some tall words of wisdom for the 10 thousand athletes- advice for sports and life.
SHANNON MILLER :ALWAYS HAVE FUN WITH WHAT YOU'RE DOING AND TRY TO MAKE IT ENJOYABLE IF YOU'RE NOT ENJOYING IT TRY A DIFFERENT SPORT- MAYBE YOU'LL ENJOY IT MORE. ALWAYS SET GOALS FOR YOURSELF AND NEVER LIMIT WHAT YOU CAN DO. GIVE ONE HUNDRED PERCENT NO MATTER WHAT.
Miller first met with local gymansts from Botetourt- girls filled with questions and wide eyes.
JESSICA KROLL/GYMNAST: SHE'S REALLY NEAT TALKING TO HER REALLY GOOD GYMNASTICS PLAYER.
RACHEL BANKS/GYMNAST: YES I WAS REALLY EXCITED NERVOUS A LITTLE BIT TOO.
Miller's kept her nerves under control to win more olympic and world championship medals than any ohter gymnast-male or female-
but for now the gym comes second to college at the university of Oklahoma.
I DON'T LIVE IN THE DORMS I LIVE OFF CAMPUS BUT IT'S GREAT. I MOVED OUT BUT I'M CLOSE ENOUGH SO ICAN GO HOME AND DO MY LAUNDRY.
Miller also has a book out and she took time from summer break to light up this years games-
nat sot fireworks
With fireworks- and samples of what's to come-
and flipping- it's time to let the games begin-
nat of torch ))
Salem lost to Kinston last night four to three. And if the players were singing the blues, Blake Anderson was probably the lead vocalist.
Steve Mason explains.
[IN Q=first audio]
[SUPER=01-Blake Anderson/Avalanche Catcher; :30]
[SUPER=01-Jay Loviglio/Avalanche Manager; 1:17]
[OUT Q=...news 7 sports"]
((In the club house, Andserson is as well known for his voice as his versatility.
Thursday, he made his debut, singing the national anthem before the Kinston game at Salem Memorial. His second career began back in his hometown of Dallas, Texas in 1990.
Anderson is batting .239 as a back up catcher. He's even a bigger hit singing in the locker room or doing kareoke with his teammates and manager.
The 24 year old rookie has a promising baseball future, but if it doesn't work out he has another interest to pursue and Anderson doesn't mind voicing his message to kids.
Steve Mason news 7 sports.))
[ANCHOR=Denise 2 shot**]
[TAPE#=Wknd Diner 2 TC]
(toss to ANDREW for Diner)
For the second straight week, we're putting my mom to work.
Last week she cooked up the main course. This week, it's time for dessert.
[IN Q=nat sound]
((RAVE REVIEWS IS WHAT YOU GOT LAST WEEK WITH YOUR CHICKEN RECIPE, NOW WE AE GOING TO GO WITH DESERT.
Yep, favorite thing in our house. AH, WE CAN HAVE DESERT THREE TIMES A DAY OR MORE. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO COOK TODAY? Peach Blueberry Cobbler. OKAY LET'S GET STARTED. FIRST THING WE NEED TO DO IS, get out a pan that you want to serve it in doesn't matter if it is round, square or rectangular. ALRIGHT DAD WENT AHEAD AND GREASED IT. Yep thank you father. You take six peaches and peel them and then we are going to chop them up pretty small. It does'mt matter what size you get them they are all going to melt together. YOU CAN'T REALLY SKIMP. I KNOW WHEN YOU MAKE SOMETHINGS YOU CAN LEAVE THE PEELS ON, BUT WE REALLY WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE GET THE PEELS OFF. If you don't want to take the time what you can do is dump them into boiling water for about fifteen
to twenty seconds and the peels will slide right off. OKAY, AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAN I GUESS THE FIRST THING TO PUT IS THE BLUEBERRIES? Yep we will put in a pint of blueberries. WE ARE GOING TO PUT IN THE BLUEBERRIES AND THEN COVER THEM WITH ALL SIX OF OUR PEACHES. WE GOT ALL OUR PEELED AND SLICED PEACHES AND WE ARE JUST GOING TO PUT THEM ON TOP. YOU ARE ALSO GOING TO DO SOME SUGAR RIGHT? That is right we are going to sprinkle it with two tablespoons of sugar. Now we are going to make the topping for the cobbler. What we are going to do is mix together flour, sugar, and baking powder which I already put in there. We are going to crack an egg and mix this with a fork. You want to get it where it's wet all the way through. Be careful and don't mix it to much. WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU MIX IT TO MUCH. I think that it gets to tough. SO YOU JUST WANT TO MAKE IT KIND OF CRUMBLY. I think that is really about enough. See it looks kinda mealy. DO YOU WANT TO PUT IT ON TOP OF THAT? What you want to do now is spread it evenly across your fruit. THIS MAKES THE COBBLER PORTION. Sure does. Starting to look good Andrew? YEAH. You know what I think that you can make this recipe with any kind of fruit that you like. There you go smooth it out. Okay we have a few more things to do before we are done. THIS WOULD BE AN APPROPRIATE TIME TO ADD A LITTLE FAT ON THE TOP OF IT. Fat, okay here goes the butter. Okay we have about five and a third tablespoons of butter. ALMOST A WHOLE STICK? Yes, we are going to drizzle it on top, don't worry if it doesn't look to even it will all come out in the end. And then what we are going to do is sprinkle it with a mixture of cinnamon and sugar. Put lots of it on to cover up your cobbler really well. OH IT LOOKS GOOD. THE NEXT STEP IS TO BAKE IT IN THE OVEN. THE OVEN WAS ALRAEDY PREHEATED TO 350 DEGREES. What we are going to do is bake it for 15 minutes at 350 degrees and then we are going to change the temperature to 400 degrees. OKAY LET'S GET OUT OF THE WAY AND PUT THIS IN THE OVEN.. WHOOPS!! Okay our fifteen minutes is up. Turn the oven up to 400 degrees for another fifteen minutes.LOOKS WONDERFUL. Yeah and it smells good to doesn't it. OKAY IT SMELLS WONDERFUL YOU HAVE TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU GET ALL THE JUICES IN THERE. MOM AFTER COOKING FOR ME FOR EIGHTEEN YEARS, THANKS FOR CONTINUING TO COOK FOR ME. Your welcome it was my pleasure. Don't forget everybody if you like vanilla ice cream it will be great on top. Bye Bye. Okey doke! ))
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[Dissolve to Chyron 7153]
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Secret Service agents have to testify before the Federal Grand Jury investigating the President's alleged affair with Monica Lewinski.
The first agents took the stand yesterday.
Maureen Maher reports.
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC; :00]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Orin Hatch/R-UT; 1:07]
[SUPER=19-Maureen Maher; 1:31]
[OUT Q=CBS NEWS WASHINGTON]
Anticipating Supreme Court Justice William Renquist's ruling, Secret
Service agents were called to the federal courthouse by Independent
counsel Ken Starr moments before the decision came down.
From the beginning of this bitter legal battle over Secret Service
testimony in the Monica Lewinsky case, the Justice Department has
claimed that the security of the President of United States is at issue.
(graphic) But in his decision, Renquist said he refused to halt the
agents testimony because "_ the applicant has not demonstrated that
denying the stay _would cause irreparable harm."
But earlier in the day, the President, while still trying to distance
himself from the investigation, disagreed.
(SOT/President Clinton) "This case is about their ??? judgment and what
is necessary for them to do their job, and I have not been involved with
that in any way shape or form."
And that's why the Administration will seek to have the full Supreme
Court review the issue of the so-called Secret Service protective
function Privilege later this year. Leading Republicans agree the issue
has merit but took the Clinton administration to task for continuing to
pursue the subject.
(SOT/Sen. Orin Hatch/R-UT) "I can't imagine why they would do that after
what they have seen in both the district court of appeals and with the
rejection of the stay by justice renquist - it seems to me that just
smacks of another fruitless appeal for delay."
In the meantime, there was no further delay in Secret Service testimony
which began late in the afternoon.
Stand Up: Although no one knows exactly what questions will be asked,
but it's not expected they'll get into things that would breach the
attorney-client privilege or national security - MM CBS News
THe Federal Aviation Administration still does not know what caused TWA Flight 800 to explode off the Long Island two years ago.
[SUPER=03-Smith Point, NY;]
Yesterday about 100 family members remembered their loved ones in a ceremony at the closest point to where the jet went down.
230 people died in that crash.
The families announced the establishment of a fund for victims of future crashes.
The Family Assistance Foundation will help pay a child's education or a widow's mortgage.
There are also plans for a permanent memorial on the sandy spit of land closest to where Flight 800 went down.
It was a good year for state coffers.
State revenues were officially up 175 million dollars over last year's projection.
It's NOT the quarter BILLION dollars members of the House Appropriations Committee hoped for in May.
But it is an impressive 10-point-4 percent growth over last year's revenues.
The credit goes mostly to Wall Street and individual income tax payments to the state.
It's the second of the summer's asteroid blockbusters.
But does Armageddon fly high or crash and burn?
Anna Wentworth knows.
[OUT Q=stop animation]
[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE]
[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE]
[IN Q=as disaster movies]
[SUPER=18-Anna's Grade - "B"; 1:09]
[OUT Q=works well]
(([Anna On Camera]
As disaster movies go, "Armageddon" delivers what is expected, lots of special effects and some suspense. This is really a space western, but instead of saving the ranch, this bunch of misfits is trying to save the earth.
[VO/NAT Clips 40:48]
When a giant asteroid is discovered on a collision course with earth, the US government decides the only hope is to drill into it and install a nuclear "device" to blow it up.
They call on Harry Stamper (Bruce Willis) owner of an oil drilling company who agrees only if he can take his own crew.
[IN Q=None of you]
((NONE OF YOU HAVE TO GO. WE CAN ALL JUST SIT HERE ON EARTH, WAIT FOR THIS BIG ROCK TO CRASH INTO IT AND KILL EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY WE KNOW. THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT JUST ASKED US TO SAVE THE WORLD. ANYBODY WANT TO SAY NO?))
[OUT Q=say no?]
This sets up some amusing scenes of the government trying to make astronauts out of a bunch of independent, out of shape roughnecks.
Liv Tyler is Stamper's daughter, in love with one of Harry's men (Ben Affleck) to Harry's dismay. The movie focuses on the men and their mission; full of derring-do and smart cracks.
[Anna On Camera]
"Armegeddon" gets a B, it doesn't try to look at any deep moral questions, this is strictly entertainment, and taken as such, works well.))
Gone with the Wind first premiered in 1939--and the film has undergone a lot of wear and tear since then.
But, thanks to some recent repairs, the movie has once again made it to the big screen.
Stacey Martin has more.
[IN Q=Long time fans]
[SUPER=07-Mary Rash; :10]
[SUPER=04-New Line Cinema; :19]
[SUPER=07-Vivian Ann Rash; :42]
[SUPER=07-Dan Ferris; :54]
[OUT Q=News-7, Roanoke]
Long time fans bared the heat and humidity to be one of the first to watch an old movie classic catch up with today's high tech era.
[SOT 21.04.16 - 21.04.24]
[IN Q=I'm really excited]
((MARY RASH: I'M REALLY EXCITED ABOUT A LOT BETTER COLOR AND IT'LL BE MORE VIBRANT I THINK. I HOPE THE SOUND WILL BE A LOT BETTER TOO. AND, DIFFERENT THAN WHAT WE SEE ON TV.))
[OUT Q=see on tv.]
New Line Cinema's re-released Gone With the Wind includes digitally enhanced audio..
[IN Q=Nat sound]
and technological touch-ups to restore its range of colors and remove the blemishes that come with time.
It's a new, updated version that's attracted a younger following for this 1930's classic.
[SOT 21.05.42 - 21.05.54]
[IN Q=Every time it]
((VIVIAN ANN RASH: EVERY TIME IT COMES ON TV EVEN AT SCHOOL, I GO TO EMORY AND HENRY AND WE'LL GET TOGETHER AND WE'LL WATCH IT OR WHATEVER. BUT, I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT. I LIKE THE OLD BECAUSE IT'S KIND OF A GOOD TRADITION. BUT, WE'LL SEE WHAT HAPPENS.))
[OUT Q=see what happens.]
[SOT 22.02.32 - 22.02.40]
[IN Q=It's all around]
((DAN FERRIS: IT'S ALL AROUND JUST A GREAT MOVIE. IT'S NOT SLOW. IT DOENS'T STOP. IT JUST KEEPS FLOWING AH--JUST AN EXCELLENT MOVIE.))
[OUT Q=an excellent movie.]
[IN Q=New Line cinema]
((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING: NEW LINE CINEMA ONLY RELEASED 200 PRINTS OF THE MOVIE THAT WILL BE PLAYED IN A FEW THEATERS ACROSS THE NATION--INCLUDING JUST 10 IN VIRGINIA. IT'LL PLAY HERE AT GRANDIN THEATRE THIS WEEK ONLY. SM NEWS 7, ROANOKE.))
[OUT Q=SM, News 7, Roanoke.]))
A part time acting teacher at Radford University has something in common with stars such as Anthony Hopkins and Antonio Banderas.
28-year old Jay-D Roberto auditioned for and won a small role in the film "The Mask of Zorro"-- which opened around the country this week.
Roberto plays a bad guy and can be seen at the beginning of the film-- with sword in hand.
[IN Q=It' a ]
((JD ROBERTO/ACTOR AND TEACHER: IT'S A BIG OPENING SEQUENCE, OF THE FILM, WE'RE GETTING READY TO EXECUTE THREE PEASANTS AND ZORRO SWOOPS IN AND OF COURSE SAVES THE DAY AND DISPATCHES THE BAD GUYS, WHICH I'M ONE OF, ONE BY ONE, SO, LIKE I SAID, IT WAS NEAT TO SEE ALL OF THAT WE HAD SHOT, PIECED TOGETHER BIT BY BIT, PUT TOGETHER ON THE SCREEN AS A STORY. ))
[SUPER=01-J. D. Roberto/Actor and Teacher; :00]
[OUT Q=as a story.]
Roberto actually lives in Los Angeles--- but he's friends with an instructor at the university which is what brought
him to Radford.
This the third year he's taught a week long acting course to area high school students.
On the warmest of summer evenings, both theatre and civil war buffs can be entertained AND cool off in the shade of the Theatre at Lime Kiln.
For the 14th year, Lime Kiln has presented an in-depth, yet lighter portrait of Civil War hero Stonewall Jackson.
Kimberly McBroom takes us to Lexington for this week's "Time Off".
[IN Q=Music and Singing]
[SUPER=01-Tracey Dickerson/Lime Kiln Marketing Dir.; :22]
[SUPER=01-Doug Zschiegner/"Stonewall Jackson"; :52]
[SUPER=01-Tony Owens/"Narrator Two"; 1:28]
[OUT Q=News 7, Lexington]
[SOT 10:25:08 ]
((SINGING, "BURYIN' DAY"))
Musical comedy isn't typically the style in which the Civil War era is presented--
But for 14 years, the play "Stonewall Country" has brought to life the LIFE and TIMES of General Stonewall Jackson when he was in Lexington.
((TRACEY DICKERSON/LIME KILN MARKETING DIR.: WE DON'T GET A LOT OF CIVIL WAR HISTORY IN SCHOOL, AND WHAT WE DO GET IS DEFINITELY THE MOST NEGATIVE SIDE. AND SO, THIS SHOW HIGHLIGHTS THAT JACKSON WAS MORE THAN JUST A CIVIL WAR HERO, HE WAS A MAN.))
The audience gets to see many sides of Jackson, as a family man, a Virginia Military Institute professor, and as a key figure in the Civil War.
His portrayer for the last three years says he read several biographies to help get a grasp of this unusual character.
[SOT 10:57:16 ]
((DOUG ZSCHIEGNER/"STONEWALL JACKSON": ONE OF THE THINGS, I THINK, THE SHOW SHOWS UP WELL IS THAT HE WAS VERY ENIGMATIC AND HE DID A LOT OF CONTRADICTORY THINGS AND THE PLAY JUST KIND OF PUTS THOSE CONTRADICTIONS OUT THERE AND LETS YOU FIGURE OUT WHY HE WAS THE WAY HE WAS.))
"Stonewall Country" is the centerpiece production of Theatre at Lime Kiln, which hosted its first show in 1983.
As its namesake suggests, the outdoor theater was transformed from a working lime kiln.
And for the last 15 years, the Theatre at Lime Kiln has been home to new plays and those with regional themes.
The casts are made of professional actors from all over the country-- this show features five RETURNING performers.
((TONY OWENS/"NARRATOR TWO": A LOT OF THESE PEOPLE, THEY'VE BEEN DOING THIS SHOW FOR 14 YEARS, AND A LOT OF THESE PEOPLE HAVE COME FOR 14 YEARS. SO, THEY LOVE THIS THING AND THEY FILL IT UP AND WE HAVE A BALL FOR ABOUT TWO AND A HALF HOURS))
Owense says as a narrator, he's learned many little-known facts about Jackson's life.
But he's not offering any scoops...
[SOT 10:53:40 ]
((OWENS: YOU HAVE TO COME AND FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF.))
"Stonewall Country" runs from now until August 15th, Tuesdays through Saturday nights at 8.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Lexington.))
[GRAPHIC=Did you see]
Finally this morning, did you see the two national mascots who popped into Roanoke to celebrate a big donation?
And they were welcomed by the open arms of many little youngsters.
Yesterday, Pop-N-Fresh, the Pillsbury Dough Boy and Sprout from Green Giant stopped by the Second Harvest Food Bank.
They were on-hand to help receive money from Kroger and Pillsbury.
The companies donated 13-thousand dollars to help fight hunger.
Over 5-hundred agencies in Southwest Virginia will benefit from the gift.
The children present were from one of the organizations that will receive meals thanks to those funds.