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JOHNSON: I¶M KAREEM JOHNSON WELLS: AND I¶M PARRIS WELLS JOHNSON: IN TONIGHT¶S NEWS, MORE SNOW IS COMING TO SAINT LOUIS, AND IT THREATENS TO ADD MORE HEADACHES TO THE MIDATLANTIC WELLS: CAROLYN RHEA STOPS BY SLU TO GIVE US A FEW LAUGHS« JOHNSON: A PROMINENT POLITICIAN DIES« WELLS: AND HOW ABOUT THOSE SAINTS«AND BILLIKEN SPORTS. JOHNSON: THOSE STORIES AND MORE, NEXT, ON SLU NEWS 22. END BLOCK BLOCK1 (ESTABLISH SHOT) JOHNSON: GOOD EVENING, AND THANK YOU FOR JOINING US, THE TOP STORY TONIGHT IS THE WEATHER. WE DODGE ONE BULLET LAST WEEK WITH THE SNOW, BUT IT DOESN¶T LOOK LIKE WE¶LL BE THAT LUCKY THIS TIME. CHIEF METEOROLOGIST DAVID KOELLER IS WITH US NOW TO GET US UP TO SPEED ON THIS NEW WEATHER SYSTEM. KOELLER: (WEATHER AD-LIB) 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 WELLS WELLS: THERE¶S A NEW PLACE TO PARK ON CAMPUS. THE FORMER IGGY'S PARKING LOT (LOCATED ON LACLEDE AVENUE NEAR THE VILLAGE APARTMENTS) WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR GENERAL PARKING. ALL GENERAL PERMIT HOLDERS MAY PARK THERE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (314) 977-2957. JOHNSON: THE 10TH ANNUAL SAM AND MARILYN FOX ATLAS WEEK PROGRAM WILL BE HELD THE WEEK OF MARCH 22-26. THE THEME FOR THE 2010 ATLAS PROGRAM IS "GLOBAL AND LOCAL JUSTICE: THE UNITED NATIONS

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MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS." HAUWA IBRAHIM WILL DELIVER THE KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT 5:30 P.M. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, IN THE BUSCH STUDENT CENTER, WOOL GRAND BALLROOM. SHE WILL SPECIFICALLY ADDRESS THE THIRD UNMDG, "GENDER EQUALITY AND THE EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN." IBRAHIM WAS ONE OF THE FIRST FEMALE LAWYERS FROM NORTHERN NIGERIA AND HAS SERVED AS DEFENSE COUNSEL IN MORE THAN 100 CASES DEFENDING POOR AND MARGINALISED PEOPLE PARTICULARLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN AND ESPECIALLY THOSE CONDEMNED UNDER THE ISLAMIC SHARIA LAW. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 WELLS WELLS: SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY'S BLACK STUDENT ALLIANCE AND GREAT ISSUES COMMITTEE WILL PRESENT DR. CORNEL WEST AS THIS YEAR'S BLACK HISTORY MONTH KEYNOTE SPEAKER. WEST WILL DISCUSS "RACE AND DEMOCRACY IN THE AGE OF OBAMA" AT 7 P.M. THURSDAY, FEB. 11, IN THE WOOL BALLROOM OF BUSCH STUDENT CENTER THE EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. DOORS OPEN AT 6:15 P.M. FOR MEMBERS OF SLU COMMUNITY WITH TICKETS. BRING YOUR SLU ID TO PICK UP FREE TICKETS IN THE STUDENT LIFE OFFICES IN BUSCH STUDENT CENTER, ROOM 319. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 JOHNSON JOHNSON: TONIGHT AT 8 O¶CLOCK, CAROLINE RHEA, OF ³SABRINA´ AND ³BIGGEST LOSER´ FAME, IN THE WOOL BALLROOMS FOR A FREE SHOW. DOORS WILL OPEN AT 7:30. AFTER THE SHOW, BILLIKENS AFTER DARK IS PRESENTING THE MOVIE ³2012 IN THE BILLIKEN CLUB. WELLS: A NEW BILLIKEN BLOG HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED TO ALLOW THE SLU COMMUNITY TO FOLLOW TIM RICE, M.D., ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF INTERNAL MEDICINE AND PEDIATRICS, AND HIS TEAM ON THEIR MEDICAL MISSION TRIP IN HAITI. VISIT HIS BLOG TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR TRIP AND HOW THEY'RE HELPING VICTIMS OF THE HAITI EARTHQUAKE. YOU CAN VISIT THE BLOG AT: www-DOT-slu-DOT-edu-SLASH-blogs-SLASH-marie/ JOHNSON: WHEN WE COME BACK, THE

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RECESSION IS TAKING IT¶S TOLL ON SOCIAL SECURITY. WELLS: AND THE PRESIDENT INVITES LEADERS OF BOTH PARTIES TO A ROUNDTABLE TO DISCUSS HEALTHCARE. STAY WITH US. END BLOCK BLOCK2 WELLS: THE LONGER THAN EXPECTED RECESSION HAS BE PLACED ADDITIONAL STRESS ON SOCIAL SECURITY. THE PROGRAM, WHICH HAS BUILT UP A $2.5 TRILLION DOLLAR SURPLUS, HAS SEEN THE SURPLUS DECREASE THE PAST COUPLE OF YEARS, WITH THE MILLIONS OF JOBS LOST DURING THE PROLONGED RECESSION. WITH BABY BOOMERS CLOSE TO RETIREMENT AGE, SOCIAL SECURITY WAS PROJECTED TO BE SELF-SUSTAINING UNTIL 2058. NOW, HOWEVER, THE PROGRAM IS EXPECTED TO NEED HELP BY 2037. STEPHEN GOSS, CHIEF ACTUARY FOR THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION, SAID PROGRAM "CLEARLY" WOULD RUN IN THE RED "FOR A YEAR OR TWO" AS THE RECESSION HAS PUSHED MANY WORKERS TO RETIRE EARLY OR TO FILE FOR DISABILITY, USA TODAY REPORTED MONDAY. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON OTS: CONSUMERS SHUN CREDIT CARDS JOHNSON: U.S. CONSUMERS ARE TURNING AWAY FROM CREDIT CARDS IN FAVOR OF DEBIT CARDS, CASH OR CHECKS, RESEARCH GROUPS AND THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK HAVE SAID.THE FEDERAL RESERVE SAID RECENTLY THAT REVOLVING DEBT, WHICH INCLUDES CREDIT CARD DEBT, FELL 20 PERCENT IN NOVEMBER COMPARED TO NOVEMBER 2008, THE SHARPEST DROP SINCE THE CENTRAL BANK HAS MONITORED THE FIGURE, USA TODAY REPORTED MONDAY. CONSUMER CREDIT REPORTING AGENCY EQUIFAX SAID NEW CREDIT CARD ACCOUNTS DROPPED 46 PERCENT IN 2009 JANUARY THROUGH OCTOBER, COMPARED WITH THE FIRST 10 MONTHS OF 2008. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 WELLS OTS: HEALTHCARE ROUNDTABLE WELLS: PRESIDENT OBAMA HAS INVITED REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC LEADERS TO A MEETING NEAR THE WHITE HOUSE TO WORK ON THE STALLED HEALTHCARE REFORM LEGISLATION. THE MEETING OF THE BIPARTISAN LEADERS OF

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THE HOUSE AND SENATE WILL BE ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, AND IT WILL BE AT THE BLAIR HOUSE, ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE WHITE HOUSE. A WHITE HOUSE OFFICIAL SAID IT WILL BE TELEVISED LIVE. HOUSE REPUBLICAN LEADER JOHN BOEHNER, AND SENATE MAJORITY LEADER HARRY REID HAVE ALSO ISSUED SUPPORT TO THE ROUNDTABLE. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON OTS: CALIFORNIA INSURANCE RATE INCREASE JOHNSON: THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION IS ASKING ANTHEM BLUE CROSS OF CALIFORNIA TO JUSTIFY IT'S PREMIUM INCREASES BY 39 PERECENT ON MARCH 1 FOR SOME OF ITS CUSTOMERS, PROMPTING DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES DIRECTOR KATHLEEN SEBILIUS TO WRITE A LETTER ASKING WELLPOINT INCORPORATED WHO OPERATES ANTHEM BLUE CROSS TO JUSTIFY THE INCREASE. THE COMPANY EARNED $2.7 BILLION IN JUST THE LAST QUARTER OF 2009. QUARTERLY SALES WENT FROM $15.1 BILLION TO $19 BILLION -- A 26% RISE.SEBELIUS SAID THAT THOSE WHO HOLD INDIVIDUAL COVERAGE "DESERVE TO KNOW IF THEIR PREMIUM INCREASES WOULD BE INVESTED IN BETTER MEDICAL CARE OR INSURANCE COMPANY OVERHEAD COSTS LIKE SALARIES, PROFITS, AND ADVERTISING. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 WELLS OTS: BODY FOUND IN LANDING GEAR COMPARTMENT WELLS: AUTHORITIES AT NARITA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN TOYKO MADE THE UNSETTLING DISCOVERY OF BODY IN THE LANDING GEAR OF A DELTA AIRLINES PLANE THAT FLEW FROM NEW YORK CITY TO TOKYO, WHERE TEMPERATURES INSIDE THE COMPARTMENT WHERE THE DECEASED MAN WAS FOUND DROPPED TO AS LOW AS -58 DEGREES OVER THE COURSE OF THE 6,760 MILE JOURNEY. THE FLIGHT TIME IS 12-14 HOURS ON AVERAGE A MECHANIC FOUND THE BODY LYING INSIDE THE LANDING GEAR COMPARTMENT OF THE BOEING 777-200 DURING MAINTENANCE AFTER DELTA FLIGHT 59 LANDED SUNDAY NIGHT, POLICE OFFICIAL ZENJIRO WATANABE SAID. HE HAD NO VISIBLE INJURIES EXCEPT FROSTBITE AND MAY HAVE DIED OF HYPOTHERMIA. POLICE WERE INVESTIGATING THE CASE BOTH AS AN ACCIDENT AND A POSSIBLE CRIME, AND DELTA OFFICIAL WERE NOT IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR COMMENT.

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JOHNSON: IRAN HAS OPENED A PAIR OF PRODUCTION LINES FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF ADVANCED DRONE AIRCRAFT, THE COUNTRY'S DEFENSE MINISTER SAID MONDAY. IRANIAN AIR FORCE BRIGADIER GENERAL AZIZ NASIRZADEH ANNOUNCED THAT IRAN SUNDAY SUCCESSFULLY TESTED A PROTOTYPE OF ITS FIRST STEALTH DRONE, CALLED SOFREH MAHI. IRANIAN DEFENSE MINISTER AHMAD VAHIDI SAID THE DRONES WOULD BE CAPABLE OF CARRYING OUT PRECISE BOMBING MISSIONS, THE STATE-RUN PRESS TV REPORTED. "THE TWO DRONES, NAMED RAAD AND NAZIR, ARE CAPABLE OF CARRYING OUT SURVEILLANCE, DETECTION AND EVEN ASSAULTS WITH HIGH PRECISION," VAHIDI SAID MONDAY, REPORTS UPI.PRESS TV SAID THE VAHIDI'S ANNOUNCEMENT CAME AS PART OF THE 31ST ANNIVERSARY OF THE COUNTRY'S ISLAMIC REVOLUTION IN FEBRUARY 1979.

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WELLS: A SENIOR AFGHAN POLICE OFFICIAL, ACCUSED OF HELPING INSURGENTS, WAS ARRESTED BY NATO FORCES, BUT AFGHAN OFFICIALS ASKED IF IT WAS A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY, REPORTS UPI. THE POLICE OFFICIAL, ACCUSED OF HELPING THE INSURGENTS MAKE AND PLANT ROADSIDE BOMBS, WAS ARRESTED LAST WEEK DURING A RAID IN EASTERN KAPISA PROVINCE, THE LOS ANGELES TIMES REPORTED, QUOTING WESTERN MILITARY OFFICIALS. WHILE PROVINCIAL OFFICIALS QUESTIONED IF THE INCIDENT RESULTED FROM MISTAKEN IDENTIFY, THE AFGHAN INTERIOR MINISTRY SAID NATO HAS BEEN ASKED TO EXPLAIN THE ARREST, THE TIMES REPORT SAID.

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JOHNSON: SNOW, SNOW, AND MORE SNOW. THE MID-ATLANTIC, WHICH IS STILL DIGGING OUT OF LAST FRIDAY'S SNOW, IS FINDING NO BREAK, WITH ANOTHER SNOW STORM EXPECTED ON TUESDAY, WHICH IS TARGETING AN AREA FROM VIRGINIA TO THE NORTH OF NEW YORK CITY, WITH 5 INCHES OF SNOW EXPECTED. BALTIMORE MARYLAND IS EXPECTED TO BREAK IT'S ALL-TIME RECORD OF 62.5" INCHES OF SNOW FROM THE WINTER OF 1995-1996 WITH AS LITTLE AS 3 INCHES. IN WASHINGTON, MEANWHILE, FEDERAL

OFFICES AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS WERE CLOSED MONDAY AS RESIDENTS CONTINUED TO DIG THEIR WAY OUT OF THE "BLIZZARD OF 2010." AND IN PITTSBURGH, FORECASTERS WERE EYEING NEW STORM TOTALS OF 4 TO 8 INCHES OF SNOW, AND WE¶LL HEAR MORE IN WEATHER. 2 SHOT, CAMERA 2 WELLS, JOHNSON LATER ON IN THE NEWSCAST: FIGHT CLUB IN A QUEENS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. WE¶LL TELL YOU MORE. WELLS: AND WE¶LL TELL YOU ABOUT LAST NIGHT¶S SUPERBOWL AND BILLIKEN SPORTS 1 SHOT, CAMERA 3 KOELLER END BLOCK BLOCK3 3 SHOT, CAMERA 2 JOHNSON, WELLS, KOELLER 1 SHOT, CAMERA 3 KOELLER 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 JOHNSON OTS: END BLOCK BLOCK3 WELLS: WELCOME BACK TO SLU NEWS 22. DAVID IS HERE WITH A LOOK AT THE UPCOMING WEATHER WEEK. (AD-LIB) KOELLER: (WEATHER AD-LIB) (UNTIL END OF 7-DAY FORECAST) JOHNSON: AFTER TAKING STRONG HITS FROM ITS COMPETITORS OVER ITS SUPPOSEDLY SPOTTY 3G WIRELESS DATA COVERAGE, AT&T IS DETERMINED NOT TO BE CAUGHT FLAT FOOTED AGAIN. JUST ONE DAY AFTER APPLE ANNOUNCED THAT ITS NEW IPAD WOULD BE AVAILABLE ON BOTH AT&T AND VERIZON, AT&T BEGAN TOUTING INVESTMENTS IN ITS 3G HSPA NETWORK THAT THE COMPANY BELIEVES WILL GIVE IT THE ABILITY TO HANDLE INCREASED TRAFFIC FROM MOBILE DEVICES. DURING A CONFERENCE CALL, AT&T COO JOHN STANKEY SAID THAT THE COMPANY WAS INVESTING $2 BILLION IN IMPROVING ITS WIRELESS NETWORK IN 2010 AND THAT IT WOULD CONSTRUCT ROUGHLY 2,000 NEW CELL SITES TO EXPAND ITS COVERAGE. WELLS: AT&T SAYS THAT A BIG PART OF ITS WIRELESS NETWORK UPGRADE WILL COME THROUGH ITS TRANSITION TO HSPA 7.2 TECHNOLOGY, A FASTER VERSION OF THE 3G NETWORK. N ADDITION TO SWITCHING ITS 3G NETWORK TO HSPA 7.2, AT&T IS ALSO HOPING TO BOOST NETWORK CAPACITY BY UTILIZING MORE SPECTRUM ON THE 850MHZ BAND. KOELLER: (WEATHER AD-LIB TO BREAK)

THE COMPANY IS HOPING THAT DEPLOYING ITS 3G NETWORK OVER THE 850MHZ SPECTRUM WILL SOLVE SOME OF THE BIG CAPACITY AND PROPAGATION PROBLEMS IT HAS ENCOUNTERED IN MAJOR MARKETS SUCH AS NEW YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO. ALL OF THESE UPGRADES TO THE 3G NETWORK ARE INTENDED TO HOLD MOBILE USERS OVER UNTIL AT&T MAKES THE SWITCH TO A 4G LONG TERM EVOLUTION NETWORK IN 2012. JOHNSON: THIS MORNING AT 4:14 AM, THE SPACE SHUTTLE ENDEVOUR HAD A SUCCESFUL LAUNCH FROM THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTER IN CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA, REPORTS THE NEW YORK TIMES. THE SHUTTLE WILL CARRY THE LAST MAJOR PIECE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION INTO ORBIT TO COMPLETE THE INSTALLATION. THE SHUTTLE TOOK OFF ON ITS SECOND ATTEMPT, AFTER A LAUNCH ON SUNDAY WAS CANCELED DUE TO CLOUD COVER. THE CREW'S SIX MEMBERS WILL INSTALL THE TRANQUILITY MODULE TO THE SPACE STATION, ALLOWING FOR PANORAMIC VIEWS OF SPACE BY THE STATION'S INHABITANTS. WELLS: ALSO ABOARD ENDEVOUR WILL BE REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR THE SPACE STATION'S WATER RECYCLING SYSTEM. ALTHOUGH SENSORS ABOARD THE SHUTTLE DETECTED THE LOSS OF SOME OF THE HEATSHIELDING FOAM A FEW MINUTES INTO THE FLIGHT, NASA DOES NOT EXPECT THAT THERE WAS ANY DAMAGE TO THE ORBITER. THE 3 SPACEWALK MISSION IN SCHEDULED TO RETURN IN 13 DAYS. JOHNSON: THERE WERE A LOT SUPERBOWL ADS ON LAST NIGHT, BUT THE SNICKERS AD WITH TELEVISION LEGENDS BETTY WHITE AND ABE VIGODA WAS RANKED AS THE NUMBER 1 SUPER BOWL AD BY USA TODAY, HERE¶S THAT AD. <SNICKERS AD> WELLS: DORITOS GOT HIGH MARKS WITH IT¶S PUBLIC CREATED ADS, INCLUDING UNNDERDOG WHICH FEATURES A PUPPY WITH A SHOCK COLLAR BEING TEASED BY A CHIP-MUNCHING MAN. HE FEELS THE DOG S PAIN AFTER THE ANIMAL SLIPS OUT OF THE COLLAR AND PLACES IT AROUND THE MAN'S THROAT, LEAVING HIM WRITHING ON THE

GROUND WHILE THE DOG SHOVES ITS HEAD IN THE BAG. <DORITOS AD> JOHNSON: WHEN WE COME BACK, WILL WHITEHEAD HAS SPORTS.

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BLOCK4 JOHNSON: WILL WHITEHEAD IS HERE WITH SPORTS. WHITEHEAD: NFL- WHO DAT SAY GOING BEAT THEM SAINTS? WELL APPARENTLY NOT THE COLSTS AFTER COMING BACK FROM A 10-0 DEFICIT GOT THEIR DEFENSE TOGETHER AND CAME UP WITH A 31-17 OVER COLTS. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME THE SAINT HAVE EVER WENT TO OR WON A SUPERBOWL. DREW BREES THREW FOR 288 YARDS GOING 32/39 WITH TWO TD'S AND NO INTERCEPTIONS GIVING HIM A PASSER RATING OF 114.5. PEYTON THREW FOR 333 YARDS GOING 31/45 THROWING ONE TOUCH DOWN ANT 2 INTERCEPTIONBREES TIED A SUPER BOWL RECORD WITH 32 COMPLETIONS, THE LAST A 2-YARD SLANT TO JEREMY SHOCKEY FOR THE WINNING POINTS WITH 5:42 REMAINING. HE WAS 32 FOR 39 FOR 288 YARDS. IN BILLIKEN SPORTS BASKETBALL-THE BILLIKENS BEAT TWO CONFRENCE TEAMS LAST WEEK ESCAPING DEFEAT BY THE SKIN OF THEIR TEETH BEATING

ST BONEVENTURE (67-65) AND LASALE (68-65) PUTTING THE BASKETBALL BILLIKENS TO A RECORD OF (14-8, 5-3 A-10) RETURN TO ACTION ON TUESDAY, FEB. 9, WHEN THEY FACE SAINT JOSEPH'S AT 6 P.M. (CT). THE GAME WILL BE TELEVISED BY CBS COLLEGE SPORTS REGIONAL AND AIRS ON CHARTER COMMUNICATION'S CCIN CHANNEL 3 IN ST. LOUIS. TRACK AND FIELD- SEVEN SCHOOL RECORDS WERE BROKEN THIS WEEKEND AT NEBRAKA FOR THE LAST REGULAR SEASON MEET OF THE YEAR ON THE MENS SIDE BRIAN HOLDMYER IN THE 3K AND JORDAN JENNINGS IN THE 800 METER. ON THE WOMENS SIDE CAITLIN MCARTHY, SARA FRALEY HILARY ORF THE 4X4 AND THE DMR THE TRACK TEAM GETS A REST THIS WEEKEND AND PREPARE TO TAKE ON THE CONFRENCE NEXT WEEKEND. WELLS: IN ODD NEWS, A SCHOOL TEACHER IS IN HOT WATER FOR ALLOWING A FIGHT IN THE CLASSROOM JOHNSON: WE¶LL TELL YOU WHAT LED UP TO THAT AFTER THE BREAK. END BLOCK KICKER JOHNSON: EVER SEEN THE MOVIE FIGHT CLUB? A SCHOOL TEACHER IN NEW YORK HAS BEEN DISCIPLINED FOR ALLOWING HIS STUDENTS TO FIGHT IN A QUEENS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLASSROOM. JAMES GULLOTTA, 29, ALLEGEDLY TOLD A GIRL IN HIS CLASS TO CLOSE THE DOOR, WHILE TWO OF HIS STUDENTS WERE ALLOWED TO BOX TO SETTLE THEIR DIFFERNCES, A QUEENS DISTRICT ATTORNEY STATED. DURING THE BOUT, THE OLDER BOY'S HEAD RAMMED INTO THE YOUNGER ONE'S MOUTH. THE YOUNGER BOY SUFFERED A CUT LIP; THE OLDER ONE, A BRUISED HEAD. HE HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH TWO COUNTS OF"ACTING IN A MANNER INJURIOUS TO A CHILD UNDER 17" COULD FACE UPWARDS OF A YEAR OF JAILTIME IF HE'S CONVICTED. WELLS: DAVID HAS A FINAL LOOK AT THE WEATHER AHEAD. KOELLER: (WEATHER AD-LIB)

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