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Coming up on News 7-
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Southwest Virginia gets hit with another dose of winter weather. Andrew Freiden will be along with the forecast.
Lawmakers traveled to Henry County today to meet face to face with laid off textile workers.
And-- the latest on Congressman Goode's future plans.
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News 7 is next.
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The snow has been falling for several hours in the Roanoke Valley and surrounding areas. How much will we get before it's all over? Let's check in with Andrew Freiden for the details. [toss to Andrew] [WXALERT/FULL] WATCHES/WARNINGS [WXPRO/FULL] WEATHERMAPS [Andrew toss to Joy]



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Now as far as the roads are concerned V-DOT is reporting accumulation on most roads -- and although the snow is not that deep -- the roads are rather slick.
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Crews are out salting the roads -- now V-DOT officials tell me they will have their crews out all night -- V-Dot covers the roads in 12 counties.
Drivers should expect delays if they're headed out tonight -- and V-Dot recommends driving slower than normal.
Now certain areas tend to be more slick -- such as bridges, ramps and intersections.
If you're heading out in the morning and need the most recent road conditions.
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You can 1-800-367-road -- not that will give you information main roads all across Virginia.
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V-Dot is also asking county residents to remove their cars from the streets if possible -- so that trucks can remove the snow.
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Teresa, if you're heading out just drive carefully.




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The impending weather didn't prevent lawmakers from travelling from Richmond to Southside, Virginia today to hear from laid off textile workers.
As Joy Sutton reports... the displaced workers are hoping the state will step in with some assistance.
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((DELEGATE WARD ARMSTONG/MARTINSVILE: I KNOW THAT MANY OF YOU CAN NOT TRAVEL TO RICHMOND. TODAY WE BROUGHT RICHMOND TO MARTINSVILLE))
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Dozens of delegates and senators from the Virginia General Assembly came to Henry County -- for one purpose -- to listen to the needs and concerns of laid off textile workers.
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((MARY MINTER /FORMER TULTEX WORKER: WE'RE WAITING TO GET AN ANSWER. HOPING TO GET A JOB. WE HAVE TO START AT THE BOTTOM.))
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Delegate Ward Armstrong is one of the chief patrons of the textile workers relief act of 2-thousand.
It's a bill that would provide a state Medicaid program and additional unemployment benefits for displaced workers in high unemployment areas in Virginia.
Some displaced workers say they hope their personal stories -- and pleas for help -- will not go in vain.
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((KENNETH HAIRSTON/FORMER TULTEX WORKER: FOR YOU OTHER PEOPLE FROM FAIRFAX AND NORFOLK. PLEASE DON'T COME DOWN HERE TO PATRONIZE US. PLEASE DON'T COME DOWN TO PAY US LIP SERVICE. TO ADD TO YOU RESUME THE NEXT TIME YOU RUN FOR RE-ELECTION.))
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Some of the workers also had a message for Congressman Virgil Goode -- to take back to Washington.
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((ELIZABETH DEVINS/FORMER TULTEX WORKER: GET IT BACK TO CONGRESS THAT THEY PASSED ALL THESE NAFTA BILLS TO TAKE OUR JOBS AWAY. AND I THINK IT'S GOING TO BE MORE THAN MORE THAN THE TEXTILE JOBS ARE GOING TO GO AWAY THE WAY YOU KEEP PASSING THESE BILLS))
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And Goode agrees that trade agreements need to be evaluated more closely.
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((VIRGIL GOODE: I'M VERY CONCERNED ABOUT THE FUTURE OF MANUFACTURING AND THE NATIONAL POLICIES BECAUSE MOST ON THE NATIONAL LEVEL ARE FOR FREE TRADE))
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But as the delegates and senators listened -- many say they are committed to making sure these worker get the help they need.
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((DELEGATE DON WILLIAMS/NORFOLK: I'LL BE SURPRISED IF THE BILL DOESN'T GO THROUGH. I THINK IT'S THE LEAST WE CAN DO. I'M TRYING TO THINK OF OTHER THINGS WE CAN DO IN ADDITION TO THE BILL))
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: ALREADY 60 MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY HAVE SIGNED THE BILL -- BUT TO PASS IT, IT NEEDS MORE THAN HALF THE VOTE IN BOTH THE HOUSE AND THE SENATE. AND THEN GOVERNOR GILMORE MUST SIGN IT))
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After months of questioning, Congressman Virgil Goode still WON'T confirm if he's leaving the democratic party -- to run as a republican or independent.
But today Goode said he has come to a decision.
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((Do you already know which way you are going to go. YES, but I am not going to say one way or the other for anyone))
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Goode says he plans to make the announcement to the media in the fifth district but would NOT confirm when.
U-V-A political analyst Larry Sabato expects Goode to run as an independent.



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Cuban relatives of Elian Gonzalez met with U-S Attorney General Janet Reno earlier today.
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The little boy's grandmothers want the six year old to be reunited with his father in Cuba.
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((THEY HAVE SHARED WITH THE ATTORNEY GENERAL THEIR PAIN IN THE LOSS OF THIS GRANDCHILD.))
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Sources say the boy's grandmothers were tearful through much of the private meeting.
The grandmothers also gave Reno a letter expressing their desire to see Elian returned to his old life.
But Reno says the matter is in federal court.
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Still ahead on News 7, presidential hopefuls are getting ready for the Iowa Caucus -- see the last minute preparations.

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Plus she stood by her husbands side through war and peace...today the widow of General Douglas MacArthur passed away. The story coming up.
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With the Iowa caucuses just two days away several polls in the Hawkeye State are indicating Al Gore is gaining momentum in the Democratic presidential race.
On the Republican side, George W. Bush is well ahead of the pack.
Lisa Hughes has more from Des Moines.
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(GORE 10:43:06 ARE YOU READY FOR THE CAUCUS MONDAY NIGHT???)


Clearly relaxed and confidentVice President Al Gore asked voters for grandparenting tips and thanked fundraisers for an oatmeal breakfast. Polls show Gore as much as 20 points ahead of Democratic rival Bill Bradley. Campaign workers saythat s not enough.
SUPER: Kiki Moore/Gore 2000 Campaign THAT DOESN T MEAN ANYTHING S DONE. THAT ONLY HAPPENS WHEN PEOPLE SHOW UP AT THEIR CAUCUSES AT 7PM, CENTRAL TIME, IN THEIR NEIGHBORHOODS
SUPER: THEY LL DIVIDE YOU UPUNDECIDEDS, GORE, BRADLEY
Super: Des Moines, IA Precinct captains-including high school Senior, Mandi Wimmer are getting last minute campaign coaching. After months of working phones and fax machines, the caucuses mark the end of a marathon effort.
Super: Mandi Wimmer/Precinct Captain IT S A BIGTIME COMMITMENT. BUT IT HINK IT S TOTALLY WORTH IT. I THINK YOUNG PEOPLE NEED TO GET INVOLVED IN CAUCUSES AND WE NEED TO HAVE A SAY IN WHO BECOMES OUR NEXT PRESIDENT
Super:Joyce Brown/Precinct Captain WE TALK ABOUT OUR DEMOCRACY. WE SAY OH THIS IS THE MOST WONDERFUL SYSTEM IN THE WORLD AND HERE S OUR OPPORTUNITY.
I GOT YOUR AUTOGRAPH STEVE..NICE TO SEE YOU.
Republican candidate, Steve Forbes doesn t expect to win in Iowa. But-his supporters say-if he finishes second to George W. Bush, it s still a victory. They want to make sure voters turn out Monday night.

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SOT: WILL YOU BE VOTING FOR STEVE?


These long days are almost over. Volunteers call the experience unforgettable.
Super: LaVerne Anderson/Forbes Volunteer IT S JUST STARTING AT THE GRASS ROOTS-BASIC POLITICS WHEN YOU RE OUTDOOR-TO-DOOR AND WORKING WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS AND ONTO THE CAPITOL ))

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The widow of General Douglas MacAruthur has died.
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Jean MacArthur passed away in New York.
Near his death in 1964, General MacArthur described his wife as his constant friend and devoted supporter.
Jean MacArthur was also active in theater, opera, and civic pursuits.
She received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Reagan in 1988.
Jean MacArthur was one hundred one years old.
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200 years ago Wythe County's first physician opened his practice.
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Coming up... we'll take you through the 19-th century home and show you the old medical tools of the trade.
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It's been almost two centuries since Wythe county's first resident physician started practicing medicine inside his home.
Kimberly McBroom takes us on a tour in this week's "Time Off".
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(( During the early 1800's in Wythe county, THIS was the house you'd go to if you were sick.
The "Rock House", as it's known, was the home of Doctor John Haller, who was originally from York, Pennsylvania.


And even at this late date, you'll find the medicine cabinet is still well stocked.
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((FRANCES EMERSON/MUSEUM DIRECTOR: YOU WOULD HAVE TYPHOID, MALARIA, THE CHILDHOOD DISEASE THAT TOOK SO MANY OF THE YOUNG PEOPLE AT THAT TIME. HE DID A LOT OF BABY DELIVERIES AND JUST A GENERAL COUNTY DOCTOR PRACTITIONER.)) [RUNS:13]
Dr. Haller also served as the county coroner, and later as delegate to the Virginia legislature.
These original medicine bottles and patient ledgers are among the priceless artifacts on display at the Haller-Gibboney Rock House Museum
The Gibboney's were descendants of the Hallers--who, by the way, all stayed in the medical profession.
The house itself was built in 1823, it's exterior trademark stone is made of local gray limestone.
Family members kept ownership of the house for 140 years.
Then town of Wytheville bought it, and opened it as a museum in 1972.
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((FRANCES EMERSON/MUSEUM DIRECTOR: WE HAVE ABOUT 300 PIECES THAT ARE ORIGINAL TO THE FAMILY. WE'RE VERY LUCKY WITH THAT. OTHER PIECES WERE DONATED FROM OTHER LOCAL FAMILIES FROM THE SAME TIME PERIOD. PROBABLY HALF THE CHINA THAT WE HAVE OUT IS ORIGINAL. )) [RUNS:13]
Some of the most interesting period pieces are this bed, brought in from New Orleans... a magic lantern found in the Haller boys' room, and this piano forte, an original Haller family heirloom.
Besides being a family residence, the house also served as a Civil War- era hospital.
It has its own battle wound...this bullet hole from 18-63...
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((FRANCES EMERSON/MUSEUM DIRECTOR: THAT'S WHEN THE BATTLE WAS TAKING PLACE RIGHT OUTSIDE HERE. AND WE THINK, FROM THE ANGLE OF THE BULLET, THAT IT'S FROM THE HOME FORCES THAT WERE PROTECTING THE TOWN AND IT RICOCHETED AND CAME IN THE HOME. BUT THE LEGEND IS THAT THIS HOUSE WAS SET ON FIRE THREE TIMES, BUT MRS. HALLER WAS ABLE TO PUT THE FIRE OUT EACH TIME, AND SAVE THE HOUSE. SO, WE'RE VERY LUCKY THIS HOUSE IS STILL HERE.)) [RUNS:24]
The home's reputation extends far beyond the boundaries of Wythe County...it's a registered historical landmark.
It's closed for renovation now, but will re- open in April.
Admission to the museum is two dollars for adults...one dollar for children.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Wytheville. ))
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A candidate for the Lynchburg city council is bringing rights of the handicap to the attention of all residents.


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Disabled advocate Robert Bennett is one of the first people to announce his candidacy for this May's election.
Bennett, who has had cerebral palsy most of his life, is the first handicapped candidate in recent memory.
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((ROBERT BENNETT/LYNCHBURG CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE: I'M JUST LIKE YOU OR ANYBODY ELSE. I JUST HAVE A DISABILITY THAT HOLDS ME BACK, THAT'S ALL.))
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Bennett says his wheelchair won't hold him back from fighting for the rights of the city's disabled residents.
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We'll hear more from him tomorrow morning on News7 in this week's "Virginia Profile".


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8 teams hit the hardwood at the Salem Civic Center in the Crestar Classic.
Top Ranked Oak Hill beat Cave Spring 73 to 49.
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U-V-A head coach Pete Gillen talking to fans.
Oak Hill moves the ball around the key and Ron Mickens hits the 18 footer and Oak Hill had the lead.
The Knights would try to stay in it. J.J. Reddick finds Tyler Lumbsden for the three pointer.
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Patrick Henry would go up against the 20-th ranked team Mt. Zion out of Raleigh, N.C.
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The P-H cheerleaders getting the home crowd into the game.
Mt. Zion opens it up early as Johnathan Hargett breaks up the pass and races down the court for the easy layup.
The Patriots would try the Three ball and miss but Nick Clemens is there for the put back.
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Mt. Zion then floats a pass inside to Amir Stoudamire he scores with Patriots all around him and Mt. Zion wins it 94 to 57.
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In the afternoon games, Garfield beat William Fleming 50 to 45 and Liberty downed Salem 51 to 44.


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The Roanoke College women hosted Randolph-Macon Woman's college in an ODAC doubleheader in Salem.
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Members of Roanoke's men's team awaited their game in the stands, cheering the Lady Maroons on to victory.
Roanoke jumped out to an early lead, but Randolph-Macon Woman's College tried to keep it close as Meagan Horner gets the assist with the short pass to Victoria Gipson. Gipson turns and finds the net.
The Wildcats' Tara Carleton looks for the score, driving the baseline, then draining the jumper for two.
Roanoke's Kristina McMillian liked the looks of that play and turned around one just like it for the Maroons.
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Roanoke College stays on a roll Carrie McConnell fires the ball off to former Cave Spring Knight Cheryl Rhodes and the Maroons devastate the Wildcats 89 to 40.
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The Roanoke College men cruised to a 63 to 54 win over would The Yellow Jackets of Randolph-Macon in the second game.
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The Maroons taking the floor as the players were being introduced.
Roanoke starts off working it inside to Ramsey Hathaway he puts it in for two.
Randolph-Macons Mike Moore gets physical off the miss he pump fakes and lays in for the score and the Yellow Jackets would take the lead.
Roanoke keeps going inside this time Colby Leftwich with the layup in close.
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The Yellow Jackets move it around to Jamey Rice he makes the nice move and nails the 13-footer and but Roanoke wins the game 63 to 54.
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Virginia Tech is still looking for its first win against Temple.
This afternoon in Philly the Owls beat the Hokies 66 to 46.
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[SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA/FOX SPORTS; :]


Temple coach John Chaney trying to get his owls into the game.
Tech's Dennis Mims takes it inside for the jam but the Hokies trailed by one.
But moments later guard Brian Chase nails this three pointer and the game was tied at 10 to 10 early in the first half.
Temple answered with the three. Mark Karcher is on the mark and the Owls went up by 3.
And that lead would go to 7 as Lamont Barnes works the inside for the jam and it was 19 to 12.
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The Hokies go to their big gun Roland Roberts. He hits the baseline jumper cutting the lead to four but Temple goes on to win the conference game 66 to 46.
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Duke beat Wake Forest 75 to 61 for an A-C-C record 28 straight wins.
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The Demon Deacons huddle around head coach Dave Odom.
Duke led by 4 at the half but this Shane Battier jumper made the score 52 to 43 Duke.
But Wake makes a run midway through the second half. Here the big guys work the boards and get the put back and the lead was cut to 8.
Moments later Wake Guard Robert O'Kelly takes it strong to the hoop for the score and the lead was cut to six.
[SUPER=33-Duke#6/75/Wake Forest/61/;]


Jason Williams pulls up behind the line and hits the three and the Blue Devils win it 75 to 61.
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North Carolina droped its fourth straight game today.
Florida State's Damous Anderson scored a career high 25 as the Seminoles beat the Tar Hills.
And here are the rest of the scores.
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Tech's Corey Moore was among a group of seniors performing for N-F-L scouts in the Senior Bowl. The North beat the South 24 to 21.
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In the Hula Bowl, James Madison's Chris Keaton scored on a run yard run in the second to give the South a 21 to nothing lead.
But the North tied the score and Tech's Jimmy Kibble's
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22 yard field goal was blocked and the game ended tied at 28.
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Tennessee and Jacksonville will play for the A-F-C championship tomorrow afternoon.
The Titans beat the Jaguars twice during the regular season.
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And don't forget, You can see the A-F-C championship game tomorrow afternoon following the N-F-L today at 12:30.

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St. Louis and Tampa Bay play for the N-F-C championship game.
The Rams scored often and quick in their win last weekend but going against that Buc defense may require patience and ball control.
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