Feeds for Friday February 10, 2017


GOOD AFTERNOON STATIONS. HERE'S YOUR P.M. DRIVE FEED FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10.______________________________________________________STORY:   MUSLIM BAN INJUNCTION     REPORTER:   DEMLEIN        SOUND WITH: VIRGINIA ATTORNEY GENERAL MARK HERRING  (D)  CONTACT NUMBER: (If available)=====================================================================STORY DETAILS:  A FEDERAL JUDGE IN VIRGINIA (ALEXANDRIA) SAYS SHE WILL RULE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE ON GRANTING A PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION AGAINST PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP'S EXECUTIVE ORDER ON IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEES. ADDITIONAL DETAILS:  THERE IS CURRENTLY A TEMPORARY RESTARAINING ORDER IN EFFECT AGAINST THE ORDER BY THE 9TH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS, BUT A PRELIMINBARY INJUNCTION AGAINST IT FROM THIS COURT WOULD BE MORE LONG TERM.   ATTORNEY GENERAL MARK HERRING SAYS VIRGINIA PROVIDED AMPLE ARGUMENTS THAT THE ORDER DID NOT HELP NATIONAL SECURITY, BUT RATHER, HURT IT.  HERRING ALSO SAYS THEY ARGUED THE BAN WAS TARGETED AT MUSLIMS.  THE TRUMP ADMINISTARTION HAS SAID THEY HAVE THE RIGHT TO ISSUE THE ORDER BASED ON SECURITY REASONS.     ====================================================================CUTS:<PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562720</MediaID><Name>F735 AG MARK HERRING</Name><FileName>X:\Media\F735 AG MARK HERRING_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:17.6</Length><OutCue>"OVERWHELMING"</OutCue><Description>MATT --  ARGUES THEY HAVE A MUCH STRONGER CASE</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : F735 AG MARK HERRINGLength: 00:00:17.6OutCue: "OVERWHELMING"Description: MATT --  ARGUES THEY HAVE A MUCH STRONGER CASE.<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562721</MediaID><Name>F736 AG MARK HERRING</Name><FileName>X:\Media\F736 AG MARK HERRING_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:20.8</Length><OutCue>"THE BAN"</OutCue><Description>MATT -- SAYS THEY HAD A STRONG CASE...</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : F736 AG MARK HERRINGLength: 00:00:20.8OutCue: "THE BAN"Description: MATT -- SAYS THEY HAD A STRONG CASE....<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562722</MediaID><Name>F737 AG MARK HERRING</Name><FileName>X:\Media\F737 AG MARK HERRING_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:12.2</Length><OutCue>"UNDERMINES NATIONAL SECURITY"</OutCue><Description>MATT --  SOME OF THEIR EVIDENCE</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : F737 AG MARK HERRINGLength: 00:00:12.2OutCue: "UNDERMINES NATIONAL SECURITY"Description: MATT --  SOME OF THEIR EVIDENCE.<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562723</MediaID><Name>F739 AG MARK HERRING</Name><FileName>X:\Media\F739 AG MARK HERRING_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:11.2</Length><OutCue>"TO COUNTER"</OutCue><Description>MATT --  MORE ON THEIR EVIDENCE...</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : F739 AG MARK HERRINGLength: 00:00:11.2OutCue: "TO COUNTER"Description: MATT --  MORE ON THEIR EVIDENCE....<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562724</MediaID><Name>F740 AG MARK HERRING</Name><FileName>X:\Media\F740 AG MARK HERRING_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:12.4</Length><OutCue>"INJUNCTION STAGE"</OutCue><Description>MATT --  WHAT THIS MEANS IN LIGHT OF WASHINGTON CASE</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : F740 AG MARK HERRINGLength: 00:00:12.4OutCue: "INJUNCTION STAGE"Description: MATT --  WHAT THIS MEANS IN LIGHT OF WASHINGTON CASE.<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562726</MediaID><Name>F741 AG MARK HERRING</Name><FileName>X:\Media\F741 AG MARK HERRING_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:15.1</Length><OutCue>"IS HEARD"</OutCue><Description>MATT --  THIS IS ACTUALLY MORE FAR-REACHING THAN WASHINGTON</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : F741 AG MARK HERRINGLength: 00:00:15.1OutCue: "IS HEARD"Description: MATT --  THIS IS ACTUALLY MORE FAR-REACHING THAN WASHINGTON.<PSI_END_OBJECT>______________________________________________________________________________STORY:  LOVELL PREGNANT     REPORTER:  AD   SOUND WITH: ANDY DOERNEN VOICERS       =====================================================================A FORMER VA TECH STUDENT - CHARGED WITH MURDERING A 13 YEAR OLD BLACKBURG GIRL - REPORTEDLY THOUGHT SHE MIGHT BE PREGNANT.THAT NEW DETAIL PART OF A BRIEF FILED THIS WEEK.  ALLEGED ACCOMPLICE NATALIE KEEPERS - NOW 20 - REPORTEDLY TELLING INVESTIGATORS DAVID EISENHAUER WORRIED HE MIGHT HAVD HAD SEX WITH THE GIRL - BUT COULDN'T REMEMBER BECAUSE HE BLACKED OUT DURING A PARTY.  HE'S CHARGED WITH FIRST DEGREE MURDER - AND REPORTEDLY THOUGHT NICOLE LOVELL WAS 16 - BUT FOUND OUT SHE WAS 13 - AND THAT SHE THREATENED TO KILL HERSELF - IF HE STOPPED SEEING HER.  EISENHAUSER WAS SET TO GO ON TRIAL NEXT MONTH - BUT HIS LAWYERS WANT MORE TIME TO PREPARE.   ====================================================================VNN:<PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562668</MediaID><Name>7 884 DOERNEN VNN VOICER</Name><FileName>X:\Media\7 884 DOERNEN VNN VOICER_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:31.0</Length><OutCue>STD</OutCue><Description>ANDY</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : 7 884 DOERNEN VNN VOICERLength: 00:00:31.0OutCue: STDDescription: ANDY.<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562670</MediaID><Name>Y 885 DOERNEN VNN VOICER</Name><FileName>X:\Media\Y 885 DOERNEN VNN VOICER_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:30.1</Length><OutCue>STD</OutCue><Description>ANDY</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : Y 885 DOERNEN VNN VOICERLength: 00:00:30.1OutCue: STDDescription: ANDY.<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562680</MediaID><Name>Y 886 DOERNEN VNN VOICER</Name><FileName>X:\Media\Y 886 DOERNEN VNN VOICER_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:29.5</Length><OutCue>STD</OutCue><Description>ANDY</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : Y 886 DOERNEN VNN VOICERLength: 00:00:29.5OutCue: STDDescription: ANDY.<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562684</MediaID><Name>Y 887 DOERNEN VNN VOICER</Name><FileName>X:\Media\Y 887 DOERNEN VNN VOICER_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:30.5</Length><OutCue>STD</OutCue><Description>ANDY</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : Y 887 DOERNEN VNN VOICERLength: 00:00:30.5OutCue: STDDescription: ANDY.<PSI_END_OBJECT>_______________________________________________________________STORY:    NO I-G VOTE    REPORTER:    DEMLEIN        SOUND WITH:    STATE SEN. JILL VOGEL (R-FAUQUIER), SEN. TOMMY NORMENT (R-JAMES CITY) CONTACT NUMBER: (If available)=====================================================================STORY DETAILS:  VIRGINIA INSPECTOR GENERAL JUNE JENNINGS IS OUT OF A JOB, AT LEAST FOR NOW. ADDITIONAL DETAILS: THE VIRGINIA SENATE, FORCED WITH EITHER TRYING TO KEEP HER IN THE POST, OR HAVING ALL OF THE GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENTS REJECTED, CHOSE TO APPROVE THE LIST WITHOUT JENNINGS.   DELEGATES REJECTED HER EARLIER THIS WEEK, SAYING SHE DID NOT DO A GOOD INVESTIGATION OF THE DEATH OF JAYMICHAEL MITCHELL.  MITCHELL, WHO WAS MENTALLY ILL, DIED IN THE HAMPTON ROADS REGIONAL JAIL OF EXTREME WEIGHT LOSS.  HE WAS SUPPOSED TO BE TRANSFERED TO A HOSPITAL BUT THAT NEVER OCCURRED.  HE HAD BEEN ARRESTED FOR STEALING FIVE DOLLARS WORTH OF CANDY.  THE GOVERNOR SAYS JENNINGS BEARS ZERO RESPONSIBILITY FOR WHAT HAPPENED.  HE COULD REAPPOINT HER AFTER THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION.  THE DEADLINE TO APPROVE APPOINTEES IS TODAY.   ====================================================================CUTS:<PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562714</MediaID><Name>F730 SEN. JILL VOGEL</Name><FileName>X:\Media\F730 SEN. JILL VOGEL_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:14.5</Length><OutCue>"WILL FAIL"</OutCue><Description>MATT --  HAVE TO VOTE THIS WAY...</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : F730 SEN. JILL VOGELLength: 00:00:14.5OutCue: "WILL FAIL"Description: MATT --  HAVE TO VOTE THIS WAY....<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562716</MediaID><Name>F731 SEN. JILL VOGEL</Name><FileName>X:\Media\F731 SEN. JILL VOGEL_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:04.1</Length><OutCue>"A RESOLUTION"</OutCue><Description>MATT --  HAVE A DEADLINE</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : F731 SEN. JILL VOGELLength: 00:00:04.1OutCue: "A RESOLUTION"Description: MATT --  HAVE A DEADLINE.<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562717</MediaID><Name>F732 SEN. TOMMY NORMENT</Name><FileName>X:\Media\F732 SEN. TOMMY NORMENT_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:10.0</Length><OutCue>"EITHER"</OutCue><Description>MATT -- NOT A GREAT PLACE TO BE IN</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : F732 SEN. TOMMY NORMENTLength: 00:00:10.0OutCue: "EITHER"Description: MATT -- NOT A GREAT PLACE TO BE IN.<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562718</MediaID><Name>F733 SEN. TOMMY NORMENT</Name><FileName>X:\Media\F733 SEN. TOMMY NORMENT_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:20.1</Length><OutCue>"WILL EXPIRE"</OutCue><Description>MATT -- THEY ARE IN AN AWKWARD SITUATION</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : F733 SEN. TOMMY NORMENTLength: 00:00:20.1OutCue: "WILL EXPIRE"Description: MATT -- THEY ARE IN AN AWKWARD SITUATION.<PSI_END_OBJECT><PSI_START_OBJECT><PSI_MEDIA><Media2><MediaID>562719</MediaID><Name>F734 SEN. TOMMY NORMENT</Name><FileName>X:\Media\F734 SEN. TOMMY NORMENT_1.wav</FileName><Length>00:00:13.9</Length><OutCue>"THIS HOUR"</OutCue><Description>MATT --  WOULD BE REJECTING ALL APPOINTEES IF YOU FIGHT FOR HER</Description></Media2><PSI_MID_OBJECT>Media : F734 SEN. TOMMY NORMENTLength: 00:00:13.9OutCue: "THIS HOUR"Description: MATT --  WOULD BE REJECTING ALL APPOINTEES IF YOU FIGHT FOR HER.<PSI_END_OBJECT>_________________________________________________________________###_________________________________________________________________

GOOD MORNING STATIONS. HERE'S YOUR A.M. FEED FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10.

STORY:   VIRGINIA V. TRUMP     

REPORTER:    DEMLEIN      

SOUND WITH:     MATT DEMLEIN VOICERS

CONTACT NUMBER: (If available)

=====================================================================

STORY DETAILS:   VIRGINIA, AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, WILL BE BACK IN COURT FRIDAY OVER PRESIDENT'S DONALD TRUMP'S EXECUTIVE ORDER ON IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEES.  MATT DEMLEIN REPORTS   

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 F547 DEMLEIN VNN VOICER

Length: 00:00:29.1

OutCue: STD

Description: MATT --  VOICER.


F549 DEMLEIN VNN VOICER

Length: 00:00:27.7

OutCue: STD

Description: MATT --  VOICER.


F551 DEMLEIN VNN VOICER

Length: 00:00:25.1

OutCue: STD

Description: MATT --  VOICER.


STORY:  BUDGET    

 REPORTER:    DEMLEIN       

SOUND WITH:     SEN. TOMMY NORMENT (R-JAMES CITY), DEL. CHRIS JONES (R-SUFFOLK), HOUSE MINORITY LEADER DEL. DAVE TOSCANO (D-CHARLOTTESVILLE)

CONTACT NUMBER: (If available)

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STORY DETAILS:  THE VA GENERAL ASSEMBLY BEGINS THE PROCESS OF PASSING AN AMENDED BUDGET, ONE THAT FINALLY CLOSES A ONE-POINT-TWO BILLION DOLLAR BUDGET HOLE. ADDITIONAL DETAILS: SENATORS AND DELEGATES PASSED THEIR OWN PROPOSALS TODAY, STARTING THE PROCESS THAT WILL EVENTUALLY LEAD TO A NEGOTIATED FINAL PRODUCT, HOPEFULLY BY THE END OF THE MONTH.  UNLIKE SOME PREVIOUS YEARS, THERE DO NOT APPEAR TO BE TOO MANY FLASH POINTS.   BOTH CHAMBERS WANT TO GIVE STATE EMPLOYEES A THREE PERCENT RAISES, INSTEAD OF THE GOVERNOR'S PROPOSED ONE-TIME BONUS.   ONE AREA OF DISAGREEMENT MAY COME OVER THE PAY OF SENATE CLERK SUSAN SCHAAR.  SCHAAR MAKES NEARLY $20,000 LESS THAN HOUSE CLERK PAUL NARDO, WHO HAS BEEN IN HIS POST ONLY 5YEARS (SCHARR HAS BEEN OVER 20).   THE HOUSE HAS REJECTED A PROPOSAL TO EQUALIZE THEM, SUGGESTING THEY ARE DIFFERENT JOBS.  

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F710 DEL. CHRIS JONES

Length: 00:00:10.3

OutCue: "TURN TO"

Description: MATT --  MONEY FOR STATE EMPLOYEES BUT NOT TEACHERS....


F711 DEL. CHRIS JONES

Length: 00:00:16.1

OutCue: "ADJUSTMENTS"

Description: MATT --  GETTING MONEY TO SATTE EMPLOYEES.<


F712 DEL. CHRIS JONES

Length: 00:00:15.9

OutCue: "FUND"

Description: MATT --  BUDGETED CONSERVATIVELY.


F713 DEL. DAVE TOSCANO

Length: 00:00:10.6

OutCue: "DIRECTION"

Description: MATT --  DON'T HAVE MANY PROBLEMS WITH THE PLAN....


F714 SEN. TOMMY NORMENT

Length: 00:00:21.0

OutCue: "PRIORITIES"

Description: MATT --  THOUGHTS ON BUDGET.


F715 SEN. TOMMY NORMENT

Length: 00:00:07.6

OutCue: "IN SCOPE"

Description: MATT --  THOUGHTS ON BUDGET.


STORY:   FIRE SEASON    

REPORTER:   DEMLEIN       

SOUND WITH:     MICHELLE STOLL --  VIRGINIA FORESTRY DEPARTMENT SPOKESWOMAN

CONTACT NUMBER: (If available)

=====================================================================

STORY DETAILS:   VIRGINIA'S MOST PROBLEMATIC FIRE SEASON IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING.ADDITIONAL DETAILS:  60% OF VIRGINIA'S WILDFIRES (1000 APPROXIMATELY ANNUALLY) OCCUR IN THE SPRING.  THE REASON:  DRY, COLD AIR, AND LEAVES ON THE GROUND, AS WELL AS WINDY DAYS.  AS A RESULT, VIRGINIA HAS A BURN BAN STARTING FEBRUARY 15TH, AND RUNNING THROUGH APRIL 30TH.  PEOPLE ARE BANNED FROM OPEN BURNING BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND 4PM.  TO HELP PREVENT FIRES, YOU ARE ALSO ASKED TO CLEAN UP ANY FUEL IN YOUR YARDS, SUCH AS LEAVES OR BRANCHES.  LEAST YEAR, VIRGINIA HAD AN ABOVE AVERAGE FIRE SEASON IN THE SPRING.   

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 F572 MICHELLE STOLL

Length: 00:00:13.5

OutCue: "THEIR YARDS"

Description: MATT --  THIS IS THE MORE PROBLEMATIC FIRE SEASON.


 F573 MICHELLE STOLL

Length: 00:00:12.8

OutCue: "WEATHER CONDITIONS"

Description: MATT --  DON'T BREAK THE BAN.


F574 MICHELLE STOLL

Length: 00:00:10.4

OutCue: "MOST ACTIVITY"

Description: MATT -  SPING IS WORSE THAN FALL.


 F575 MICHELLE STOLL

Length: 00:00:17.3

OutCue: "OF DEBRIS"

Description: MATT -- WHAT YOU CAN DO TO PREVENT FIRES....


F576 MICHELLE STOLL

Length: 00:00:13.5

OutCue: "THEIR PROPERTY"

Description: MATT -- MORE ON WHAT YOU CAN DO TO PREVENT FIRES...


 F578 MICHELLE STOLL

Length: 00:00:16.2

OutCue: "authorities"

Description: MATT --  REMEMBER THERE IS A BURN BAN.




GOOD MORNING STATIONS. HERE'S YOUR EARLY BIRD FEED FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10._

STORY:   VIRGINIA V. TRUMP     

REPORTER:    DEMLEIN      

SOUND WITH:     MATT DEMLEIN VOICERS

CONTACT NUMBER: (If available)

=====================================================================

STORY DETAILS:   VIRGINIA, AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, WILL BE BACK IN COURT FRIDAY OVER PRESIDENT'S DONALD TRUMP'S EXECUTIVE ORDER ON IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEES.  MATT DEMLEIN REPORTS   

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F547 DEMLEIN VNN VOICER<

Length>00:00:29.1

OutCue>STD

Description>MATT --  VOICER


F549 DEMLEIN VNN VOICER

Length: 00:00:27.7

OutCue: STD

Description: MATT --  VOICER.


STORY:  BUDGET      

REPORTER:    DEMLEIN       

SOUND WITH:     DEL. CHRIS JONES (R-SUFFOLK)

CONTACT NUMBER: (If available)

=====================================================================

STORY DETAILS:  THE VA GENERAL ASSEMBLY BEGINS THE PROCESS OF PASSING AN AMENDED BUDGET, ONE THAT FINALLY CLOSES A ONE-POINT-TWO BILLION DOLLAR BUDGET HOLE. ADDITIONAL DETAILS: SENATORS AND DELEGATES PASSED THEIR OWN PROPOSALS TODAY, STARTING THE PROCESS THAT WILL EVENTUALLY LEAD TO A NEGOTIATED FINAL PRODUCT, HOPEFULLY BY THE END OF THE MONTH.  UNLIKE SOME PREVIOUS YEARS, THERE DO NOT APPEAR TO BE TOO MANY FLASH POINTS.   BOTH CHAMBERS WANT TO GIVE STATE EMPLOYEES A THREE PERCENT RAISES, INSTEAD OF THE GOVERNOR'S PROPOSED ONE-TIME BONUS.   ONE AREA OF DISAGREEMENT MAY COME OVER THE PAY OF SENATE CLERK SUSAN SCHAAR.  SCHAAR MAKES NEARLY $20,000 LESS THAN HOUSE CLERK PAUL NARDO, WHO HAS BEEN IN HIS POST ONLY 5YEARS (SCHARR HAS BEEN OVER 20).   THE HOUSE HAS REJECTED A PROPOSAL TO EQUALIZE THEM, SUGGESTING THEY ARE DIFFERENT JOBS.   

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 F710 DEL. CHRIS JONES

Length: 00:00:10.3

OutCue: "TURN TO"

Description: MATT --  MONEY FOR STATE EMPLOYEES BUT NOT TEACHERS....


 F712 DEL. CHRIS JONES

Length: 00:00:15.9

OutCue: "FUND"

Description: MATT --  BUDGETED CONSERVATIVELY.


STORY:   FIRE SEASON    

REPORTER:   DEMLEIN       

SOUND WITH:     MICHELLE STOLL --  VIRGINIA FORESTRY DEPARTMENT SPOKESWOMAN

CONTACT NUMBER: (If available)

=====================================================================

STORY DETAILS:   VIRGINIA'S MOST PROBLEMATIC FIRE SEASON IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING.ADDITIONAL DETAILS:  60% OF VIRGINIA'S WILDFIRES (1000 APPROXIMATELY ANNUALLY) OCCUR IN THE SPRING.  THE REASON:  DRY, COLD AIR, AND LEAVES ON THE GROUND, AS WELL AS WINDY DAYS.  AS A RESULT, VIRGINIA HAS A BURN BAN STARTING FEBRUARY 15TH, AND RUNNING THROUGH APRIL 30TH.  PEOPLE ARE BANNED FROM OPEN BURNING BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND 4PM.  TO HELP PREVENT FIRES, YOU ARE ALSO ASKED TO CLEAN UP ANY FUEL IN YOUR YARDS, SUCH AS LEAVES OR BRANCHES.  LEAST YEAR, VIRGINIA HAD AN ABOVE AVERAGE FIRE SEASON IN THE SPRING.  

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F573 MICHELLE STOLL

Length: 00:00:12.8

OutCue: "WEATHER CONDITIONS"

Description: MATT --  DON'T BREAK THE BAN.


 F578 MICHELLE STOLL

Length: 00:00:16.2

OutCue: "authorities"

Description: MATT --  REMEMBER THERE IS A BURN BAN.

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