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Coming up next.
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Several inches of snow and lots of ice mark the region-- following the latest winter storm.
A live report on road conditions in the New River Valley and Roanoke.
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In sports, Super Bowl 34 is here a football coach here in Roanoke hasa close connection to Rams quarterback Kurt Warner, the story of Roanoke lady maroon Carrie McConnell,
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and the UVa men's basketball team gives itself a big hand today against Wake Forest.
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The bulk of the snow, sleet and freezing rain is over, but there will a couple of trouble spots tonight. Details are coming up. [open]
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The latest winter storm to hit Virginia is now moving on-- but not before dumping up to nine inches of snow in some places while leaving behind lots of ice in others.
On the bottom of the screen you can see several schools have already closed for tomorrow.
Andrew Freiden is in the weather center-- What's in store for us now? [ANDREW IN WXCENTER] [WXALERT/FULL] WARNINGS [WXPRO/FULL] WEATHER MAPS [DOUBLE BOX: ANDREW TOSSES TO MARYA]


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Much of the New River Valley is trying to dig out after being walloped by AT LEAST six inches of snow overnight and this morning.
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Marya Jones is in Blacksburg, where people are just starting to do that.
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Andrew, we had everything from snow to sleet to sun later in the day. But it all amounted to a big mess on the roads that the area will be trying to get out from under for some time.
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Residents in the New River Valley woke up this morning with a lot work to do.
The more than six inches of snow and ice dumped over their communities was picturesque ... but perilous.
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((DAN BRUGH/VDOT RESIDENT ENGINEER: IT'S A FAIR AMOUNT OF WORK TO DO. CERTAINLY, WE'VE HAD SNOW AND A COMBINATION OF SLEET AND FREEZING RAIN. MADE THE ROADS PRETTY TREACHEROUS. EVEN MAIN ROADS. )) [RUNS:11]
Even I-81 was rough going in places.
The two northbound lanes near Draper were blocked off for three hours, as crews worked to clear a tractor-trailer accident.
Traffic backed up behind it to be re-routed for miles. [NATSOUND TRUCKS] ((NATSOUND: TRUCKS)) [RUNS:01]
But the Big Freeze was also a Big Tease.
Donnie McClaugherty spent the morning shoveling and salting these walkways... only to have to do it all over again after the snow started back up.
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((DONNIE MCCLAUGHERTY: I THINK I'M LOSING THE BATTLE AT THIS POINT. ABOUT TO GIVE UP. GO HOME, TRY LATER.)) [RUNS:05]
Confronted with the same problem, some people and their pets found it easier to play in the snow than to work against it.
But that wasn't an option for everyone. VDOT tackled the primary roads with a fleet of about 100 trucks and 700 tons of salt ... while school officials tackled the prospect of another snow day.
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((FRED MORTON/MONTGOMERY CO. SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT: WE'VE GOT 8-10 PEOPLE OUT CHECKING SAFETY OF THE ROADS VERY CAREFULLY TO MAKE A GOOD DECISION FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL KIDS AND WE'RE ALWAYS GOING TO LOOK FOR THE SAFETY OF KIDS FIRST AND TO TRY AND LET PEOPLE KNOW AS SOON AS WE CAN. )) [RUNS:11]))
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Joy Sutton is Roanoke with the latest on road conditions and on more information on weather related tractor accident on the Interstate.




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Marya, While it has stopped snowing here in the Roanoke area, V-DOT officials say the worse may not be over -- they're concerned about the temperatures dropping tonight -- and creating icy roads.
V-DOT officials say even if it doesn't snow anymore with all moisture already on the ground the roads will still freeze.
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The snow and freezing rain has caused several accidents including this one involving a tractor trailer.
This tractor trailer slid into a ditch on Interstate 81 southbound -- near mile marker 130.
V-DOT has closed down part of the interstate to remove the tractor trailer.
Traffic will be detoured starting at the 132 mile marker , the Dixie Caverns exit onto route 11.
The clean-up is expected to last until around 7:30 tonight.
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And it wasn't just the interstate with hazardous driving condition, neighborhood roads were also a problem. The Salem District V-DOT is covering a 12 county area. Officials say they will have crews out all night salting the roads and removing snow -- but the crews will not get to these roads until late tonight or early tomorrow morning.
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Teresa, now just a reminder V-DOT officials expect the roads to freeze as the temperatures drop -- so they are advising motorist to be cautious.


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Central Virginia also got a little taste of everything at some point today..
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The Lynchburg area picked up close to two inches of snow overnight, before everything turned over to a heavy rain.
Freezing rain and sleet also fell for several hours before turning back to snow and tapering off by late afternoon.
It was slick going for much of the day.. even sport- utility owners had trouble getting around.. this Ford Explorer slid into a ditch near (e-lun) Elon in Amherst County.
Primary roads are mostly clear but ice could be a problem later tonight.
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The snow is putting a damper on some air travel.
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The Roanoke Regional Airport has one runway open and a number of flights arrived and departed throughout the day.
But that wasn't the case with all flights.
Some were canceled and delayed based on destination.
Airport officials say travelers should call their individual airline to verify all flights.
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Still ahead on News 7, laid off Textile workers are taking their concerns to Richmond.
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Plus... the murder of a Roanoke motel owner has police looking for a suspect and loved ones trying to understand how such a violent act could happen twice to one family.
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Police are still searching for the person who killed 57 year old Betty (duh-sigh) DeSai yesterday at a Roanoke motel.
For loved ones... her death is a double blow.
As Joy Sutton reports... DeSai's husband was also murdered.
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(( Betty DeSai was found dead Saturday morning inside the Park Inn International Motel on Melrose Avenue -- a business she owned and managed.
The motel had been robbed and police suspect the robbery may have been a motive in her death.
Friends of DeSai say it's hard to comprehend that she died just like her husband -- a victim of violence.
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((DR. JITENDRA DESAI:WE JUST COULD NOT BELIEVE IT. IT WAS HARD TO FATHOM. AND ONE THOUGHT THAT WENT THROUGH MY MIND IS THAT ROANOKE IS A SAFE PLACE THIS CAN'T BE HAPPENING))
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Betty's husband Girish (ger-REESH) DeSai was found dead almost ten years ago at an apartment complex he owned and managed -- he'd been murdered by one of his tenants.
Jitendra Desai, who was NOT related to the couple but considered them close friends, says the Indian Community has suffered a great loss.
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((JITENDRA DESAI: THEY WERE BOTH VERY COMMUNITY ORIENTED, VERY HARD WORKING, VERY CARING AND DEDICATED PEOPLE))
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Desai says the couple had two daughters -- who are now left grieving the loss of both of their parents. Joy Sutton, NEWS 7, Roanoke.))
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Police are not saying how Betty DeSai was murdered but anyone with information on the crime is urged to call the Roanoke City Police Crimestoppers at 1-800-791-0044.








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An apparent fight between two brothers ended in murder in Botetourt County.
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It happened last night on Bad Luck Lane, near Troutville
Authorities say the victim, James Robert (br-owe-man) Brouhman, Jr., also known as Rocky, was shot several times.


His body was found near a woodshed at his home.
His brother, Roger Alan Broughman of Webb Lane was arrested without incident and charged with first degree murder and use of a firearm.
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Police in Richmond believe they have solved a series of four murders from early 1996. Officials say Leslie Leon Burchart, a homeless schizophrenic has confessed to the slayings and given investigators information about the crimes that only the killer would know. Four women ranging in age from 55 to 84 were found strangled in their homes in the so called Golden Years homicides.



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Laid- off textile workers will have another chance to take their concerns to lawmakers.
Delegate Ward Armstrong says at least five busloads of people from the Henry County area are expected to attend a house Labor and Commerce Committee hearing in Richmond tomorrow.
Armstrong is the sponsor of the Textile Workers Relief Act of two-thousand-- which would make jobless people in high-unemployment areas eligible for Medicaid.



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Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson and Booker T. Washington... odds are you've heard their names mentioned in history class, at one time or another.
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Coming up next on NEWS 7, we'll introduce you to a man who's not only studied up on the men but made a life-long hobby out of Civil War history.
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At one time or another-- we've all studied different aspects of the Civil War.
But chances are few of us remember dates and places.
Bob Meadows, though, is one man who could pass a pop quiz with flying colors.
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((BOB MEADOWS/CIVIL WAR ENTHUSIAST: IT'S A HOBBY OF MINE, IN EVERY ROOM OF OUR HOME, EXCEPT OUR LIVING ROOM, BATHROOMS AND KITCHEN, HAVE CIVIL WAR PRINTS SOMEWHERE.)) [RUNS07]
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Bob Meadows has been passionate about history most of his life.
Civil War prints not only fill his home but also his office-- where you'll also find a number of artifacts.
It's a hobby Meadows began at an early age-- seventh grade to be exact.
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((I'M NOT INTO THE GORE OF THE WAR ITSELF, THAT'S A VERY PAINFUL TIME, IT'S THE ACTUAL EVENTS OF LIVES IN A DIFFERENT TIME PERIOD THAN WE'RE IN TODAY.)) [RUNS12]
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Meadows enjoys sharing his hobby with others... often giving speeches and talks to various groups of all ages.
Stories dealing with female spies are among his favorite.
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(( ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS UNION SPIES WAS A LADY NAMED CRAZY BETH, ELIZABETH VAN LOO, FROM THE CITY OF RICHMOND, BORN AND RAISED IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND, YET, WAS A UNION SPY, GRANT SAYS SHE WAS THE BEST SOURCE OF SPYING HE HAD DURING THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.)) [runs11]
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Meadows also enjoys sharing stories about Franklin County native Booker T. Washington-- who was freed as a slave and eventually went on to found the Tuskegee Institute.
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((AN EX UNION GENERAL CAME TO SEE HIM AND SAID WHAT ARE YOU A FORMER SLAVE DOING WITH CONFEDERATE GENERALS ON YOUR WALLS AND BOOKER TO WASHINGTON STOOD UP, INDIGNANT AND SAID, SIR I'LL HAVE YOU KNOW THESE ARE FINE EXAMPLES OF SOUTHERN GENTLEMEN CHRISTIANS AND YOU WON'T SPEAK DISRESPECTFUL OF THEM AGAIN IN MY PRESENCE.)) [runs20]
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Meadows believes the Civil War is misunderstood by most.
In his view-- it was about much more than the north and the south.
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Meadows says his trick to sharing history to keep it balanced-- he says he never takes sides.
As far as school children-- he says teachers and parents need to make it interesting by taking them to places, like Booker T. Washington's birthplace.
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((LET THEM EXPERIENCE BY ACTUALLY WALKING THROUGH AND SEEING SOME OF THESE, IT BRINGS IT MORE TO LIFE.)) [RUNS11]
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Books also work.... Just ask Meadows whose collection includes nearly 500- books on the civil war. ))



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The Virginia men's and women's basketball programs come up big today while the Lady Hokies fall just short, Super Bowl 34 kicks off
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and, Roanoke's arena football coach Pete Shaw is gonna tell us why this super bowl has extra meaning for him.
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Super Bowl 34 between the Tennessee Titans and the St. Louis Rams kicks off in just a few minutes. The game is being played of course inside the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. The game is zero to zero with about 3 minutes into the quarter.


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Roanoke Steam Arena football coach Pete Shaw, who has some interesting connections to players on both teams. Lets start with a young man he coached as a little league and is now one of the Tennessee Titans pass defenders.
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Shaw also coached against Rams quarterback Kurt Warner when he played for the Iowa Barnstormers in arena football. Shaw was a defensive coach for the New Jersey Red Dogs. Shaw got the best of Warner that day.
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The Virginia men's basketball team won it's fifth straight and won it's fifth ACC game of the season, surpassing last seasons conference win total, beating Wake Forest 76-67.
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Pete Gillen looking for his 15th win, one more than all of last year.
Donald Hand would contribute in the win, scoring this basket early in the first half to keep UVa out in front.
Dave Odom's Demon Deacons would not quit.
Darius Songaila knocks down two of his team high 18 points. 46-39 Virginia with 13:45 to play.
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but Antwan Scott of Wake would quake with this slam at the other end.
Travis Watson scored a career high 18 as UVa wins by nine.
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In Charlottesville, the 25th ranked Lady Cavaliers knocked off ninth ranked Duke today, holding the lady Blue Devils to just 12 first half points.
Virginia's Renee Robinson scored a game high 15. UVa tops Duke 61-49 and improves to 16 and 5.
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The Virginia Tech Lady Hokies fell to Xavier 64-60 today at Cassell Coliseum. Tere Williams lead Tech with 19 points while Sarah Hicks added 12. Xavier scored 11 points off turnovers while Tech managed 5. The Lady Hokies are now 12 and 8 overall and 5 and 3 in the Atlantic 10.

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A veteran is leading the Roanoke Lady Maroons' to a successful season. Denise Allen has Carrie McConnell's story.


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((The '99-2000 season was an unexpected one for Carrie McConnell, unexpected because the point guard graduated with a finance degree last year.
But during her career six knee surgeries had sideline Carrie and left her with a year of eligiblity.
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Coach Dunagan was relieved to have her experienced point guard back at the helm this season.
The Maroons didn't make the ODAC finals last year. Carrie jumped at the opportunity to help the team reach that goal this season.
She also reached a personal milestone, earlier this season Carrie became Roanoke College's all-time leader in assists.
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Carrie's leaning toward a career in sports marketing, but for now the Radford native is enjoying finishing out her basketball career at Roanoke College.















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