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Coming up... as victims of the Cole explosion are brought home, most of the wounded should arrive today in Norfolk.
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And, the debate over the re-opening of Wiley Drive may end tomorrow. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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And I'm Leo Hirsbrunner.
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It Sunday. Welcome to New-7 Sunday Morning. There's lots of news and sports ahead, but first let's get a peek at the weather.
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More than 30 injured crew members from the U-S-S Cole could arrive back in Norfolk today.
There will be a ceremony to mark their return. The injured will be taken to Portsmouth Naval Hospital.
The first bodies of those killed in the explosion are back on home soil.
Jennifer Jones has the story.
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(( THE REMAINS OF FIVE OF THE SAILORS KILLED WHILE ABOARD THE USS COLE ARRIVED BACK IN THE UNITED STATES SATURDAY. THE CASKETS WERE FLOWN TO DOVER AIR FORCE BASE IN DELAWARE ... WHERE A MEMORIAL SERVICE WAS HELD FOR THE FALLEN HEROES.
MEANWHILE, RECOVERY EFFORTS CONTINUED FOR OTHERS WHO DIED IN THURSDAY'S EXPLOSION. OFFICIALS SAY THE BODIES ARE MOST LIKELY HIDDEN WITHIN THE SHIP'S TWISTED METAL.

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"WE KNOW THERE ARE SPACES THAT ARE INACCESSIBLE. WE KNOW THERE ARE SOME REMAINS IN THOSE SPACES. WE NEED TO GET IN THOSE AND LOCATE THE REMAINS WE ANTICIPATE FINDING THERE."
DOZENS OF SAILORS WHO SURVIVED THE BLAST ... ARE NOW BEING TREATED AT A U-S MILITARY HOSPITAL IN GERMANY. THEY ARE ALSO RECEIVING SOME MUCH-NEEDED COUNSELING.
MEANTIME, INVESTIGATORS ARE SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS ... IN WHAT U-S OFFICIALS INCREASINGLY BELIEVE WAS A TERRORIST ATTACK. A TEAM OF FBI AGENTS AND DEFENSE EXPERTS HAVE NOW JOINED THE PROBE ALREADY UNDERWAY IN ADEN, YEMEN.
DIVERS ARE EXAMINING THE 40-BY-40 FOOT HOLE THAT RIPPED THROUGH THE 86-HUNDRED TON DESTROYER. OFFICIALS BELIEVE IT WAS CAUSED BY SUICIDE BOMBERS ABOARD A SMALL BOAT.
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BACK IN NORFOLK, VIRGINIA -- HOME OF THE USS COLE -- NAVY PERSONNEL ATTENDED A DEDICATION CEREMONY FOR A NEW STATUE SYMBOLIZING THE HOMECOMING OF A SAILOR. NOW A PAINFUL REMINDER OF THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO WILL NEVER COME HOME.
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Roanoke City Council may decide the future of Wiley drive tomorrow.
It winds along the Roanoke River through Smith Park, and for the last two years, no cars have been allowed through, while sewer lines were put it in.
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Some people want it to stay that way.
Bikers and walkers stood on the greenway at Smith Park yesterday, in an effort to show the path does not have sufficient room for the amount of people who use the park.
But not everyone feels it should remain closed. City Manager Darlene Burcham will recommend re-opening the road to City Council on Monday.
In a report .. she states feedback from public workshops shows the majority wants the road accessible to cars.
The debate may end tomorrow .. if City Council makes a decision.
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Two people are no doubt happy to be waking up today.
They walked away from a small plane crash yesterday in Henry County. State Police say the plane was trying to land at Pace Airport, when the right tip of the wing struck the runway. The plane veered off the runway, and the nose hit the ground. Both the pilot, Wilbert Chronister, and a passenger are reported to be O-K.




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Habitat for Humanity is now building its 100th home in Roanoke.
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The site - located on Wyoming Avenue in Northwest - was dedicated yesterday. Volunteers spent the day pounding nails and sawing wood. Many say they enjoy building these homes because of the people they meet and the families they're helping.
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((JOY SPARROWHAWK/VOLUNTEER: I THINK IT'S REALLY NEAT BECAUSE YOU GET TO INTERACT DIRECTLY WITH THE PEOPLE YOU'RE HELPING AND THAT MAKES IT MORE REAL THEN JUST WRITING A CHECK.))
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Students from Hollins and Roanoke College are taking part in the build.
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It's a called a Zimmer ... and it's a real looker. But unless you have some big money to spend, looking is as close as you'll get.
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The Zimmer Neo-Classic Motor Car company has a distribution center in Roanoke. Yesterday the company held a rally in Botetourt County. It might not look like a big crowd - but that's because only a handful of people own Zimmers. They're handmade, down to the 14-carat gold hood ornaments. In case you're interested in a Zimmer, be prepared to plunk down about a hundred thousand dollars - and wait three to six months for delivery!!
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The Roanoke Valley Governor's School is making a national name for itself. We'll show you what's new there in a few minutes.
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And "The Gambler" comes to the valley tonight.
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Kenny Rogers has performed here many times before. We'll take a look back in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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Health officials say people who live in Danville and Pittsylvania County are twice as likely to die of a stroke or a heart attack, compared to those in the rest of the state.
That's just one of the stories topping this week's health review.
Joy Sutton has details.
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A new program called Dr. Chip is hoping to reduce heart disease in the Dan River Region through intervention and prevention.
Through the program volunteer nurses and doctors will travel to businesses, churches, and schools to educate the public on ways to reduce heart disease risks.
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((TERRY MOTLEY/DR. CHIP FOUNDER: IT'S VERY EASY IF YOU WERE BORN AND RAISED HERE IF I ASKED YOU HOW MANY PEOPLE IN YOUR FAMILY HAD HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, HEART ATTACK OR STROKE EVERYONE WOULD RAISE THEIR HANDS. SOMETIMES WE ARE INUNDATED WITH SO MUCH INFORMATION WE DENY THAT WE HAVE A PROBLEM AND WE NEED TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.))
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Also making medical news - health screenings at school are often the first step to getting kids to the doctor.
In Roanoke City, students are screened for vision, hearing, and dental problems. They're also checked for lice and scoliosis.
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((DENISE DOWELL/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOL NURSE COORDINATOR: A LOT OF TIMES WE'RE THE ONLY HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL THAT SOME CHILDREN SEE AND WITHOUT US THEY WOULD NEVER GO TO SEE A DOCTOR))
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The schools also offer assistance to parents who don't have insurance and need low cost or free medical care.
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On average the system provides glasses for 50 to 90 students whose parents otherwise couldn't afford them.
In other health news -- sleep apnea -- it's one of the most common sleep disorders.
Carl Barker has the condition, which causes his airway to be shutoff repeatedly throughout the night. He ends up gasping for breath - making for sleepless nights.
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At the Carilion Sleep Center experts look for sleep disorders by monitoring a patient's heart beat, brain activity, breathing, and muscle tone.
But most of the center patients suffer from sleep apnea - which can be fatal.
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((TERESA CARROLL/CARILION SLEEP CENTER MGR.: THE PROBLEM THAT SOMEONE WITH SLEEP APNEA HAS ARE IRRITATING PROBLEMS LIKE MORNING HEADACHES AND NOT BEING ABLE TO CONCENTRATE AT WORK. ALL THE UP TO LIFE THREATENING HEART ARRHYTHMIA AND BLOOD PRESSURE PROBLEMS THAT CAN BE DEADLY))
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95 percent of the people who suffer from sleep apnea don't even know they have it.
That's this week's Health Review. I'm Joy Sutton.))
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Tonight, Kenny Rogers will bring his ballads to the Salem Civic Center.
But this isn't the first time the country music star has visited the Roanoke Valley.
In this week's Virginia Newsreel, Joe Dashiell takes a look and a listen at some of his previous performances.
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((In the early 80s, there was no one in country music bigger than Kenny Rogers... and few who brought their act to the Roanoke Valley more often.
In 1981, Kenny collected roses from female admirers, and shared the bill with Crystal Gayle.
He was back in 1983... [NAT SOUND OF KENNY]
A year later, his concert collected canned goods for the local food bank... and Rogers received the key to the city from Mayor Noel Taylor [NAT SOUND OF PRESENTATION]
By 1990, Rogers was teaming up with another country superstar, Dolly Parton... and they delighted several thousand fans by performing together on the civic center stage. [NAT SOUND OF KENNY AND DOLLY]
For most of the 90s... it was Kenny Rogers Roasters that kept his name before the public here.
But with a popular album, he's back... still building on one of the most successful careers in country music history.

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In sports, Frank Anzalone came back to beat the Express and yesterday was a day full of college football.
Roy Stanley has all the action.
Good morning Roy.
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UT-Chattanooga extended V-M-I's losing streak to 16 with a 27-14 victory in Tennessee.
The Keydets host Charleston Southern next Saturday.
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In the majors, New York is just one win away from another trip to the World Series.
Yankee pitcher Roger Clemens threw a one hitter last night in game four of the American League Championship Series.

Derek Jeter put New York on the scoreboard with a three-run homer in the fifth. And the Yankees beat Seattle five to zero.
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Hundreds of the area's best and brightest teenagers spend half their day in a school that's leading the country in science and technology education.
Kelli Thompson checks out the Roanoke Valley Governor's School.
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Dr. Richard Shelly is very excited about the new addition to the Roanoke Valley Governor's School. With so many high tech tools in each classroom, understanding complicated concepts is a little easier for the students who attend here.
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The new "stuff" is what is helping these minds turn into doctors, engineers, and chemists across the country. This school has more than just computers and science labs. Machines that break down DNA are used in science classes. A "smart board" displays an Internet page for working math problems - they can be downloaded later at the student's home to aid in homework.
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Danielle Petrosky is one of several hundred students at the Governor's School who appreciates the self-discipline students bring to the classroom.
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All of these students are college bound. More than half will pursue advanced degrees and Shelly beleives the Governor's School has helped to prepare them for a future on the cutting edge. Kelli Thompson, News 7, Roanoke.))









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Coming up .. Some want it open, some want it closed. Roanoke City Council may decide the fate of Wiley Drive tomorrow.
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And .... The Miss America pageant experiences a first.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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And I'm Leo Hirsbrunner.
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It's (time) on Sunday. Welcome back to News-7 Sunday morning.
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Tomorrow may be decision day for Wiley Drive.
It winds along the Roanoke River through Smith park, and it's been closed to automobile traffic for the last two years.
Some people want it to stay that way, and as Kate Weidaw reports, they are fighting to keep cars out.
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Bikers and walkers stood on the green way at Smith Park to show the path does not have sufficient room for the amount of people who use the park. Ever since Wiley Drive closed two years ago for sewer repairs more and more people have been taking advantage of the traffic free road instead of the greenway.

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((CHUCK WILLEY: THERE'S ALMOST NO PLACE IN ROANOKE YOU CAN GO TO LET YOUR KIDS RIDE THEIR BIKE FOR ANY DISTANCE SO THAT'S WHY WE'RE REALLY ADVOCATING LEAVING IT CLOSED TO TRAFFIC.))
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But not everyone feels it should remain closed. City Manager Darlene Burcham is recommending to city council on Monday to reopen the road. In a report she states, feedback from public workshops show the majority want the road accessible to drive on. Biker Kevin Landis agrees.

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((KEVIN LANDIS/WANTS WILEY DRIVE OPEN: IT NEEDS TO BE ACCESSIBLE, IT IS A LEVEL AREA THAT A PERSON IN A WHEEL CHAIR OR HAS DIFFICULTY WALKING SHOULD HAVE THE SAME ACCESS TOO.))
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But many people have come to enjoy the road for it's scenery and not having to worry about looking over their shoulder for a car.

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((RON BIBB/CYCLIST: THIS IS THE ONLY REAL ENJOYABLE STRESS FREE RIDE YOU CAN HAVE FROM THIS POINT TO THAT POINT.))
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((DICK VIPPERMAN/ENJOYS THE PARK: ONE FACILITY CAN NOT BE ALL THINGS TO ALL PEOPLE THERE ARE PARK LIKE FACILITIES ON EITHER SIDE OF WILEY DRIVE.))
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Others don't want to see three hundred thousand dollars of their tax money going toward speed bumps and construction to make the road more narrow if it's reopened. But the fight to keep the road closed may end come Monday when city council makes its decision. Kate Weidaw News7 Roanoke.))







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Most of the wounded sailors from the U-S-S Cole are in the air and headed for Norfolk at this hour. Once they land, they'll be taken to the naval hospital in Portsmouth.
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On board the ship, sailors paused in their repair work, and investigators took a brief break, while the crew honored their 17 shipmates killed in last week's explosion.
Afterward, divers and F-B-I agents resumed their search for clues to the attack, which U-S authorities believe was the work of suicide bombers.
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Police are investigating a suspicious fire at a Jewish Temple in Syracuse, New York.
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Federal agents along with local police are looking into the explosion and fire that gutted the Temple Beth El Friday night.
It's not clear if the house of worship was bombed.
No threats were reported, and there have been no claims of responsibility.
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History was made at the Miss America Pageant last night.
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24 year old Angela Perez Baraquio (bah-RAH'-kee-oh) became the first Asian American to win the crown.
Baraquio represented Hawaii and says she's honored and humbled.
She's an elementary school teacher of Filipino ancestry who grew up with nine siblings in Hawaii.
Baraquio plays keyboard in an all girl rock group named High Tide and performed the hula as her talent.
She says she wants to promote character education during her reign.
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When you get on an airplane, you expect the pilot to be awake.
But coming up on 60 Minutes tonight, Ed Bradley talks with a pilot who says you can't count on it.
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Still to come on News 7.......a tree-climbing dog? You bet, right here in Roanoke ... and you'll want to see him for yourself a little later.
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And ... if Peter Piper picked the perfect pumpkin,
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he might head to this farm, where picking your own is part of the fun. We'll take you there for this week's Virginia Profile.
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With Halloween just two weeks away, a lot of people are still looking for the perfect pumpkin.
In this week's Virginia Profile, Marya Jones takes you to a Riner farm where area residents go to find it.
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(( Every October, this 10-acre pumpkin farm fills with hundreds of little people in search of the perfect orange gourd.
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Eager customers scour the terrain, sample the merchandise and, hopefully, walk away with their next Halloween jack-o-lantern.
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[NATS: 1:47:18 - :21] ((NATS LITTLE BOY: I GOT MY PUMPKIN.)) [RUNS :03]
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((MARYA JONES: ARE YOU GOING TO PUT A SCARY FACE ON IT? WHAT'S IT GOING TO LOOK LIKE? MATTHEW OBERAKER: LIKE THIS (MAKES A FACE). )) [RUNS :08]
For the past six years, Sinkland Farms' owner, Henry Sink, has opened his pumpkin farm to the public.
He says getting to watch kids and families pick their first Halloween pumpkins, makes his job one of the best around.
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((HENRY SINK: AT FIRST WHEN I STARTED DOING IT, I THOUGHT FOR A GROWN MAN TO BE OUT HERE PLAYING WITH A BUNCH OF KIDS WAS KIND OF WHATEVER, BUT IT'S VERY SATISFYING, I ENJOY DOING IT.)) [RUNS :14]
During each October week, he hosts school groups on field trips.
Rose Ann Cook brings her daycare kids every year.
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((ROSE ANN COOK/TEACHER: THIS YEAR THEY ALL DID VERY WELL. THEY GOT ORANGE ONES. LAST YEAR, MY WHOLE CLASS TOOK HOME GREEN PUMPKINS AND THEY WERE STILL GREEN AT HALLOWEEN. )) [RUNS :07]
On weekends, the farm opens to the public.
That's when adults show just as much enthusiasm finding THEIR pumpkins...
Even if their hands are full, they roll them home any way they know how.
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((MARYA: I SEE YOU PICKED SORT OF A MUTANT PUMPKIN THERE. KAREN BOONE: MY 2 YEAR OLD, I THINK WILL ENJOY THIS. IT'S GOT A DIFFERENT LOOK. )) [RUNS :07]
But pumpkins aren't the only attraction.
Visitors to the farm can take a 50-cent hayride.
And Sink has a petting zoo, filled with horses, rabbits, turkeys, and goats.
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((TAYLOR KINGERY: THE GOATS WANTED ME TO PET THEM. AND THEY WANTED TO FOLLOW ME.)) [RUNS :09]
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Sinkland Farms got about 8-thousand visitors last year.
And Sink says business gets better every year.
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((HENRY SINK: I ENJOY THIS MONTH A WHOLE LOT. NOT ONLY IS IT REWARDING FOR THE CHILDREN, BUT WE'RE ABLE TO MAKE A FEW DOLLARS WITH IT.)) [RUNS :11]
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((MARYA JONES: WHY DO YOU LIKE IT? MATTHEW OBERAKER: BECAUSE IT HAS A LOT OF PUNKINS.)) [RUNS :03]
And that keeps them coming back by truckload for more every year. Marya Jones, News-7, Montgomery County.))
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If you would like to check out the pumpkin selection at Sinkland Farms - you can go from 10-to-5 on Saturdays or 1-to-5 on Sundays.
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It's located in Riner - at 3020 Riner Road. For more information - you can call Sinkland Farms at 540 - 382- 1920.
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Brooke Shields, Claudia Schiffer, and Mike Tyson ... all in the same movie.
It's one of three very different video picks this weekend from movie critic Richard Roeper.
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You can see Ebert and Roeper's reviews today at Eleven here on Your Hometown Station. [2-shot toss to bump]


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Football fans across the country have been getting a good look at Virginia Tech for a few years now.
Coach Frank Beamer and his staff say you can never have your name out there enough. So if you can't get your fill from TV and radio, try the internet.
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The new site is called BeamerBall-dot-com. Coach says it's a way to keep Tech on the cutting edge of recruiting and fans up to date on the latest developments in the program.
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It also offers updates from all the assistant coaches and scouting reports for upcoming games.
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St. Louis picks up a win against the Mets.
Roy Stanley has the highlights.
Good morning again Roy.
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Finally this morning, you've all probably seen a cat climb effortlessly up a tree, but how about a dog?
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This Roanoke pup races up trees like a cat, but on command.
Stephen Urick's son brought Brown home from college three years ago. One day while working on one of his rental properties in Roanoke, Stephen notice Brown had a unique talent.
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((STEPHEN URICK/BORWN'S OWNERl I ALWAYS NOTICED HE WOULD CHASE SQUIRRELS AND THER WAS A TREE OVER THERE AT AN ANGLE I JUST GAVE HIM THE COMMAND ONE DAY AND HE CLIMBED UP THE TREE. THAT WAS ABOUT TWO YEARS AGO AND HE'S BEEN DOING IT EVER SINCE. ANY TREE WITH AN ANGLE. HE'S CLIMBED A STRAIGHT TREE, BUT HE HAS A DIFFICULT TIME.))
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Stephen says certain breeds of dogs such as foxhounds are bred to climb trees.
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