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Snow. Tons of it... at least seven inches in Lynchburg... eight inches in Danville, as much as a foot of snow in Richmond.
That'll occupy our time to begin with on NEWS 7 tonight.
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And we'll profile a child custody case where interstate flight goes unchecked.

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Tonight on News 7 sports, the Sixers talk about their prized blue collar possession, Gillen and Stokes talk about last night's battle in Richmond.
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And the Express loses yet another player to a call up.
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Light snow is back in the forecast. Along with a wind chill advisory for the New River Valley. Details just ahead.
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It's the worst snowstorm to move up the East coast in four years.
Central and Southside Virginia get hammered.
Governor Gilmore declares a state of emergency.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Central-Snow]


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Much of Virginia was ready for a little snow today ... but not this.
In Lynchburg, for instance, road crews prepared for a dusting ... and got close to a foot of snow in about eight hours.
The snow tapered off around mid- morning, but they're still digging out tonight.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Steve/Microwave]


Steve Smallshaw is in Lynchburg. Steve, bring us up to date on what's happening there.
[Live=Steve Full/Microwave]
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Road conditions are steadily improving, but officials say the pressure is on to get THIS snow removed before the next storm arrives.
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[SUPER=01-Mark Courtney/Lynchburg Airport Manager; :48]
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(([natsot plow 21:45:45]
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Ready or not, central Virginia got socked square in the face with an unexpected blast of winter weather.
Even as crews worked to clear more than ten inches of snow from area roads, they were looking over their shoulders at what might be coming next.
[SOT 21:41:50 #1]

((RAY BOOTH/LYNCHBURG PUBLIC WORKS: I THINK THERE'S OTHER STORMS POTENTIALLY BEHIND THIS ONE, SO WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO ROLL IT BACK FURTHER TO MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE ROOM TO STORE OTHER SNOW THAT COMES BEHIND.))
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[OUT Q=that comes behind.]


That's good news for entrepreneurs with a shovel and a strong back.. all this white stuff on the ground is putting some green in their pockets.
[SOT 21:47:10 #1]

(("G.W."/SNOW SHOVELER: IT DEPENDS ON HOW BIG THE YARD IS.. I CHARGE TWENTY, 25 DOLLARS, DRIVEWAY 50 DOLLARS.))
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[OUT Q=fifty dollars.]


Elsewhere police were kept busy handling dozens of minor mishaps.
The airport didn't re- open until late afternoon, but passengers and travel officials seemed to be taking it all in stride.
[SOT 15:21:42 #2]

((MARK COURTNEY/LYNCHBURG AIRPORT MANAGER: WINTER TIME WITH SNOW OPERATIONS LIKE THIS, IT'S A MATTER OF THE AIRLINES JUST TRYING TO OPEN WHAT THEY CAN WHEN THEY CAN.))
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And if you didn't feel like flying or driving, well there's always more than one way to get where you're going..
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...provided you have a Mom or Dad with some strong legs.))
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Folks in southside also had a rough day.
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Forecasters had been calling for one to three inches of snow in the region.
But that wasn't the case.
The area ended up receiving nearly a foot of snow-- making for a snowy mess in places, like Danville.
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((DOUG YOUNG/EMERGENCY MGT. COORDINATOR: WE PRETTY MUCH HAD A STEP AHEAD OF IT BUT WHEN YOU HAVE SUCH A VOLUME IN A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME THAT THIS SYSTEM GAVE US YOU CAN HAVE ALL THE TRUCKS OUT THERE YOU WANT TO, IT WAS LITERALLY, WE WERE PUSHING IT OFF TO THE SIDE AND GOT IT TO THE OTHER END OF THE STREET AND LOOKED BACK AND IT'S LIKE WE NEVER WENT THROUGH THERE.))
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[OUT Q=through there.]
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Volunteers using four wheel drive vehicles had to help get hospital staff members to work, this morning.
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Virginia state workers got a snow day in Richmond... but the wheels of government kept turning.
Ellen Qualls reports from the capitol.
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(([11:30:30]
Driving was NOT recommended-- even for this sport utility which gave up and backed down a hill. [don't walk sign 11:33:00]
But then, walking wasn't exactly recommended either.
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This was the scene downtown in the city of Richmond.
500 VDOT crews across central and eastern Virginia were losing the battle.
But inside the insulated confines of Capitol Square, the pavement is constantly clear, thanks to the efforts state workers earning overtime. [nat sound snow tape 11:23:00]
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So the new House majority leader, Salem's Morgan Griffith, had only puddles to jump to get to work.
And business at the Capitol went on.
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((COL. GEORGE MASON/VIRGINIA CAPITOL POLICE: WE HAD TO GO OUT AND PICK UP QUITE A FEW OF THE LEGISLATORS THIS MORNING AND GET 'EM IN HERE. AS YOU KNOW, THE STREETS ARE RIGHT BAD. SEVERAL VEHICLES HAVE BEEN STUCK TRYING TO GET UP THE NINTH STREET HILL AS WELL AS OTHER AREAS OF DOWNTOWN RICHMOND. IT'S BEEN PRETTY ROUGH THIS MORNING. You guys never close. NO WE DON'T.))
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We came across Norfolk Delegate Tom Moss's page checking out the slopes -- not so successfully -- and asked how HE had free time when the General Assembly's still in session.
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((EVAN STORY/HOUSE PAGE: IT'S LUNCH. Okay.))
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But it's serious business, and Governor Jim Gilmore has authorized about 450 National Guard troops to assist with delivering medical supplies and emergency personnel.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: WELL THEY'RE AVAILABLE...STRANDED SOMEPLACE.))
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By the time the last snowflake's fallen, the storm could be one of Richmond's top five snowfalls ever.
Ellen Qualls, News 7.))

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Folks in the Roanoke area are watching this saying, what snow... WHERE was that?
Here's Meteorologist Robin Reed.

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Raleigh has seen a record amount of snow since Monday. 21 inches. And a favorite vacation spot for many Roanokers got hit as well.
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Welcome to the beautiful Grand Strand in South Carolina where the ocean temperature is 61 degrees but the air temperature is 35.
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[WXPRO/FULL]SNOW TOTALS TOMORROW FORECAST

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As snows fell this morning in Danville, authorities started searching for an elderly man reported missing. They're still looking for him tonight.
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86- year old Elbert Tapley of Piney Forest Road has Alzheimer's Disease ... and can become confused if he misses his medication.
Tapley is thought to have wondered off before the snow began falling.
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We will pass along updated school delays and closings throughout the evening .. and again tomorrow morning.
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Or you can go to our web page at W-D-B-J- -7-dot-com any time ... for the latest school AND BUSINESS weather-related information.
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A new question for S-O-L's ... should students have to state their race? That story is still ahead on News 7 at 6.

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((And I'm Tina Tenret. A custody battle for two young children catches Roanoke prosecutors off guard -- when a Louisiana sheriff refuses to arrest their mother for child abduction. I'll have that story next.))
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A custody battle that started in Roanoke now extends to Louisiana ... where a sheriff refused to arrest the mother for child abduction, despite a court order granting custody to the Roanoke father.
Prosecutors says the police are the problem ... not the other parent.
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Tina Tenret is at the Roanoke city courthouse tonight to tell us how this case turned the tables on inter-state cooperation.
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Keith, three months ago, here in this courthouse, Tim Davis won custody of his two children. But when their mother took the little boy and girl to Louisiana and refused to give them back -- the sheriff there would not arrest her. Prosecutors in Roanoke say -- this could happen to any parent.
(rollcue... to any parent)
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((TIM DAVIS/FATHER: I'M DEVASTATED. I DON'T GET TO SEE MY CHILDREN.))
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Last year, for the first time ever, Tim Davis missed spending Christmas and birthdays with 6-year-old Carrie and 7-year-old Connor.
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[IN Q=And I don't know]

((DAVIS: AND I DON'T KNOW HOW MANY OTHER HOLIDAYS I'LL MISS WITH THEM BECAUSE OF THIS.))
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Davis' ex-girlfriend, Vivian McMahon, had custody of the kids when she swept them off to Louisiana. Then she skipped a Roanoke custody hearing, so the judge demanded her arrest. The Louisiana sheriff refused, telling me he had no space in his jail.
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((BETTY JO ANTHONY/ROANOKE PROSECUTOR: I THINK THIS IS UNUSUAL BECAUSE WE DIDN'T GET THE COOPERATION WE USUALLY GET.))


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So this prosecutor stepped up the stakes and charged McMahon with a felony: child abduction. Still, Louisiana cops would not budge. Louisiana is the ONLY state where taking a child is just a misdemeanor.
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((TINA TENRET/NEWS7: HOW CAN WE COMPEL THE STATES TO COOPERATE? BETTY JO ANTHONY/ASS'T PROSECUTOR: TO MY KNOWLEDGE WE CAN'T. THAT WAS THE PROBLEM. I COULDN'T THINK OF ANY WAY TO MAKE HIM COOPERATE.))
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And even though Tim Davis won custody in Roanoke court, Louisiana law ignores that unless he pays 200 bucks to file his certificate.
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((TIM DAVIS/FATHER: IN MY HEART I KNOW IF I SEND THEM $200 TODAY, THAT SOMETHING ELSE TOMORROW WILL COME UP. THEY'LL BRING UP SOMETHING ELSE.))
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We could be talking about any crime, not just child abduction. States have agreed to arrest fugitives for each other -- and Roanoke prosecutors say usually, they do. But they can always say no, even if it violates a parent's court-ordered rights to raise his or her children.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Tina/Microwave]
(Keith question: So does it look like Tim Davis will ever see his children?)

Well Keith the FBI has stepped in and arrested Vivian McMahon in Louisiana for fleeing prosecution. Lawyers say this is normally reserved for someone who's committed a string of serious crimes.
Roanoke deputies plan to pick her up this week.
(Keith question: So where are the children now?)

Vivian McMahon she sent them to relatives in Louisiana when she was arrested.


Tim Davis says he's afraid to pick them up, until Louisiana courts say it's okay.[SOL-Race]


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The state Senate has approved a bill that would stop elementary schools from asking children to check a box on the S-O-L tests which identifies their race.
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The bill was inspired by some parents in Harrisonburg who said their mixed race child got upset trying to pick a box to check.
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((SEN. KEVIN MILLER/R-HARRISONBURG: THERE WAS NO AFRICAN-AMERICAN/CAUCASIAN. THERE WAS NO MIXED. THERE WAS NO OTHER.
THE CHILD WAS UPSET. THE TEACHER SAID YOU HAVE TO CHECK ONE OF THE BLOCKS.))
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One Senator asked why the bill was limited to elementary students if it was a problem for all students.
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((SEN. BENNY LAMBERT/D-RICHMOND: SO IF YOU'RE GONNA SOLVE THE PROBLEM, LET'S SOLVE IT. LET'S NOT PLAY AROUND WITH IT.))
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[OUT Q=with it.]
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Senator Miller says he was advised to "water down" the bill, because there would be less opposition if it only applied to elementary students.
The bill would require school administrators to report the child's ethnicity.
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Major averages advanced, but there were more losers than gainers today on Wall Street. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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The Dow up 22, its first gain in six trading days. NASDAQ rose 71.
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State police say high speed is to blame for an early morning accident that killed three Giles County men.
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[TAKE FS Map]
It happened about three A-M on Route 100, half a mile south of Pearisburg.
State police say 20-year-old Clarence Lee Conley plowed into the back of a dump truck.
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His passengers, 19-year-old Travis Clayton Davis and 22-year-old David Lee Shrader, were also killed.

[Bowers]


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Roanoke Mayor David Bowers says he's willing to take the blame for recent controversy, if it will encourage more unity on city council.
Today, he confirmed his intention to seek a new term as mayor, and a new attitude in city hall.
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Bowers made the announcement in his city office, surrounded by family members, local Democratic officials and three of his council colleagues.
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((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: IT'S TIME TO CHARGE AGAIN, THAT'S WHAT THE PUBLIC WANTS. THEY DON'T WANT US TO SIT BACK ON OUR LAURELS AND WORRY ABOUT OUR PETTY LITTLE DIFFERENCES. THEY WANT US TO CARE ABOUT THEM AND WORK FOR THEM, THE PEOPLE.))
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At the moment, Bowers does not have any Democratic opposition.
Republican Ralph Smith and Independent Duane Howard are expected to challenge Bowers, and others could enter the race before the filing deadline.

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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports, we will hear from Pete Gillen and Ricky Stokes as they reflect on last night's game in Richmond. The Express loses yet another player.
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And the folks in Philly have no intentions of letting go of their adopted hoop hero George Lynch. More from Iverson and the Sixers owner in a moment.
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[S-Super]


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The Super Bowl hype is rather condensed this year without the customary off-week to build all of the excitement.

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[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA; :00]

The Titans and Rams faced a barrage of questions today during the Super Bowl's annual Media Day. One of the big questions at this point is whether or not Titans' receiver Yancey Thigpen will be able to play with a broken bone in his foot.
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[S-UVa]


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UVa got its 13th win last night, while Virginia Tech suffered its 9th setback of the season. It all sounds pretty straight forward, but it was anything but that, as the Cavs had to work Overtime to beat the Hokies at the Richmond Coliseum 71-to-66. The underdog Hokies didn't get the win, but they certainly got the Cavs' attention.
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[wipe to pinnacle page] Virginia's next game is not only on TV, but it's right here on Your Hometown Station. Tomorrow night at nine the Cavs hook up with Florida State here on WDBJ-7.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Yesterday, we told you about 30 Roanoke City kids who attended the 76ers/Pacers game courtesy of George Lynch. Steve Mason says the Star City isn't the only town that has embraced this hometown hero.
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((Reggie Miller is second in the NBA in three pointers made with 90. George Lynch has attempted just 12. NBA leading scorer Allen Iverson pumps in over 31 points a game, 23 more than Lynch. But his team doesn't win without George. ((IVERSON:))
His teammates aren't the only ones that take notice. In four years as owner, Pat Croce has turned the 76ers into one of the most giving organizations in the league, raising 150 thousand dollars a year for various charities. He feels Lynch is a prime example of what the City of Brotherly love is all about. ((PAT CROCE:))
The Sixers have started the Willineum with a 7 and 2 record. Will Smith isn't the only blockbuster act to recognize

Lynch's contributions to Philly.)) [S-Express]


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The Roanoke Express plays Greensboro and Hampton Roads this weekend, that is if the team has enough players in uniform.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Center Deion Del Monte, the team's leading scorer was called up by the AHL's Rochester Americans today. He joins Roanoke's Joe Murphy, who also is in Rochester.
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The Express is now playing without four key players. DelMonte, Murphy, Calvin Elfring, who was called up by Utah yesterday, and Kris Cantu who is out with a broken ankle.[Wx-Tape]
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Rock'n rollers Def Leppard will be shaking the Salem Civic Center tonight.
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The band was warming up late this afternoon with their latest song Promises off the Euphoria album. So far the concert is not sold out.
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[OUTQ=And we'll show yah.]
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

On News 7 at 11, we'll get their take on how music has changed since they debuted in the early 80s.





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