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Today on News 7 at 5 - rain apparently doesn't cast a cloud over voter turnout in much of our region.
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The candidates have turned in THEIR ballots. Now - the wait is on... with only a few hours to go before the big questions are answered this election day.
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Some light showers on this election day but bigger rains on the way Thursday. Details ahead.

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Cave Spring High School learns the results of the latest appeal for the football team NOT to have several wins forfeited.
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And in Health Check, it's called a successful surgery - but there was a fatal outcome - after the controversial separation of Siamese twins in London.
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Al and Tipper Gore voted in Tenessee.
While George and Laura Bush cast their ballots in Austin, Texas. Now it's time for both candidates to sit back and watch the returns.
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In this tight race, exit polls show it is still a virtual dead- heat.
The candidates surrounded by family- will no doubt- watch the returns anxiously-
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We have two live reports- beginning with the Bush camp and Terisa Estacio in Austin Texas.

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((GEORGE W. BUSH CAST HIS BALLOT TODAY IN AUSTIN... CAPPING A LONG, TOUGH AND VERY EXPENSIVE CAMPAIGN FOR THE PRESIDENCY. NOW..THE POLITICAL FATE OF THE TEXAS GOVERNOR AND HIS OPPONENT, AL GORE RESTS WITH THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. GOV. GEORGE BUSH/REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: "I TRUST THE PEOPLE, I DO, TRUST THEIR WILL AND TRUST THEIR WISDOM." VOTERS IN SWING STATES LIKE MICHIGAN, FLORIDA AND PENNSYLVANIA... ARE THE PEOPLE BUSH MUST TRUST THE MOST. AL GORE STARTED THE DAY WITH SLIM LEADS IN THOSE KEY STATES, BUT THE GOVERNOR IS CONFIDENT VOTERS WILL TURN THAT AROUND. BUSH "I'M GETTING GOOD FEEDBACK THAT OUR ORGANIZATION IS WORKING THE PHONES AND PEOPLE ARE SHOWING UP AND I'M EXCITED. TERISA ESTACIO NOW TOSSES THE SHOT OVER TO DREW LEVINSON WHO IS WITH THE GORE CAMP IN TENNESSEE:
DREW LEVINSON/CBS NEWS: AL GORE IS NOW WATCHING AND WAITING FOR TONIGHT'S ELECTION RESULTS. THE VICE PRESIDENT CAMPAIGNED RIGHT UP TO THE LAST MINUTE BEFORE RETURNING TO HIS HOME STATE OF TENNESSEE. DREW LEVINSON REPORTS FROM NASHVILLE.
IT'S TURNED INTO A RACE WHERE EVERY VOTE REALLY DOES COUNT ... INCLUDING HIS!
VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE CAST HIS VOTE TODAY, AT AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN HIS HOME STATE OF TENNESSEE. HE ALSO SPOKE TO STUDENTS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF VOTING. VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE: "YOU WALK IN AND YOU VOTE, YAH!" RUNNING MATE, JOSEPH LIEBERMAN, ALSO LOOKED UPBEAT AT THE POLLS IN CONNECTICUT ... DESPITE AN ALL-NIGHT CAMPAIGN BLITZ IN FLORIDA ... TO GET OUT THE VOTE. GORE: "WE'RE GONNA WIN FLORIDA AND WE'RE GONNA WIN THE WHITE HOUSE." WITH THE RACE BEING SO TIGHT, GORE IS NOW DEPENDING ON FLORIDA AND OTHER KEY BATTLEGROUND STATES TO HELP HIM FINALLY CAPTURE HIS DREAM ... OF BECOMING PRESIDENT.))






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((ROLLCUE:... the Democratic faithful to the polls.))
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Will Cave Spring High have to forfeit its wins?
Results of another appeal coming up in sports.
And there are plenty of close races this Election Day - but there's also rainy weather -
Which is winning out at the polls?
Kate Weidaw is following voter turnout - [TAKE KATE LIVE -- MICROWAVE]
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In under two hours, polls will officially close in Virginia. Experts have predicted that 75 percent of registered voters have cast their ballot in Virginia. In Southwest Virginia the polls have been busy all day.
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Kate Weidaw is at Ruffner Middle School in Roanoke with more.
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For the first time voters are having to show I-D before casting their ballots. And while it may be an extra step, most voters say it's not a big deal.

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((IN THE PAST ALL IT WAS GIVE YOUR ADDRESS AND ANYONE CAN GET THAT THIS WAY YOU CAN CONFIRM WHO YOU ARE MAKE SURE EVERYONE IS ON THE UP AND UP.))
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However the NAACP called the ID check a deliberate way to suppress the black vote, but many black voters say they don't feel that way.

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The ID checks certainly did not keep voters from coming to the polls. For the few who forgot their license all they had to do was sign their name on an oath.))


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News 7 and a host of news organizations interviewed voters as they left the polls today across Virginia.
Keith Humphry has been scouring the Exit Poll and has our first look at some of the results.
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And the thing that jumps out at us, Jean, is how close the Senate race appears to be.
Based on interviews with more than 1-thousand Virginia voters- -actual voters who voted today- -there's not a lot of ticket splitting going on. With George W. Bush doing well in Virginia, George Allen is too.
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Allen has managed to gain the support of more people who consider themselves politically independent than Chuck Robb has.
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Allen is also doing a slightly better job of delivering voters in his own party. Of those voters who identified themselves Democrats, 89-percent voted for Robb, 11-percent for Allen.
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Among Republican voters, six percent said they voted for Robb, 93-percent sided with Allen.
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The Incumbent Senator seems to be doing well with better- educated voters. George Allen turns in a positive showing among among all educational levels- -high school through college.
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But Chuck Robb wins the post graduates.
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The race for the Presidency in Virginia may not be quite as close as the Senate contest. But there are some interesting findings in the split between Governor Bush and Vice President Al Gore. Generally women favor Gore over Bush.
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Among working women, 54-percent said they voted for the Vice President; 40-percent preferred the Texas Governor.
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ush by exactly the same percentage: 54 percent for Bush and 40 percent for Gore.
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The exit poll results are still pouring in. We'll have more on NEWS 7 at Six.

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Virginia's U-S Senate race wraps up tonight on the home turfs of the competitors.

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Ellen Qualls is in downtown Richmond where George Allen's election night party will kick off in two hours.
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If "leisure" learning peaks your interest... you need to get a head start for spring classes.
Jacey Birch has more.
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The upcoming holidays may keep you busier than you'd like... but after all the gifts are unwrapped and the food settles- you may be feeling bored.
As Jacey Birch tells us... now is the time to plan ahead for spring leisure activities... if you want to save yourself a spot in one of the limited classes.
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Just ahead in Health Check ... controversial surgery on young twins. The survivor still has a tough road ahead.
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And later .. the "Pumpkin Chuckin' Poll" ... guaranteed to be a smash.
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Doctors call it successful surgery ... the separation of two infant girls.
But the outcome followed predictions. One died in the operating room, and the other still faces years of further surgery.
Richard Roth has the story.
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ST MARY'S HOSPITAL SPOKESWOMAN: This complex procedure finished at around five o'clock this morning....Jodie is currently in a critical but stable condition. Unfortunately despite all the efforts of the medical team, Mary sadly died. As with all major surgery, the first few days following a major operation are the most critical and our thoughts remain with Jodie and her parents.

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NARR: THE TWENTY-HOUR OPERATION BY A TEAM OF TWENTY DOCTORS AND NURSES AT A HOSPITAL IN MANCHESTER IN NORTHERN ENGLAND WAS - A LIFE AND DEATH PROCEDURE THAT FOLLOWED WEEKS OF MORAL AND LEGAL ARGUMENTS OVER MEDICAL ETHICS AND PARENTAL RIGHTS.

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COURT PAPERS CALLED THE BABY GIRLS MARY AND JODY. JOINED AT THE HIPS, ONLY JODY HAD A WORKING HEART AND LUNGS - PROVIDING LIFE SUPPORT FOR HER SISTER, BUT AT A PERILOUS COST TO HER OWN HEALTH AND STRENGTH. MARY COULD NOT SURVIVE SEPARATION, BUT WITHOUT THE SURGERY, DOCTORS HAD SAID, BOTH WOULD SURELY DIE.
EXPERTS SAID THAT WAS BOUND TO MAKE THE SURGERY A TRIAL FOR ALL THOSE INVOLVED.

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behalf of the staff and clearly when one child is going to die during the operation it involves an enormous amount of emotional upset, and that has to be catered for in preparation of the operation.
THE PARENTS, DEVOUT CATHOLICS FROM THE SMALL MEDITERRANEAN ISLAND OF GOZO, HAD OPPOSED THE SURGERY - ARGUING THAT FAITH TAUGHT THEM NATURE SHOULD HAVE BEEN ALLOWED TO TAKES ITS COURSE. THOUGH A COURT RULING SANCTIONED THE OPERATION, ITS OUTCOME WAS NEVER CERTAIN.

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operations the surgeons have to be aware that they may come across something which they did not anticipate before hand. And this will have to be dealt with at the time. And it may change the scheduled plan completely.

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THE COMPLETE PROGNOSIS FOR THE SURVIVING TWIN IS STILL UNCERTAIN. THE SURGERY THAT ENDED EARLY TODAY IS JUST THE BEGINNING OF A SERIES OF OPERATIONS JODY WILL NEED TO RECONSTRUCT HER LOWER BODY, TO GIVE HER AS MUCH NORMAL FUNCTION AS POSSIBLE.
Roth on camera close: IT IS STILL VERY EARLY FOR ANY SURE MEASURES OF HER MEDICAL CONDITION. SINCE THE TWINS WERE FUSED AT THE SPINE, THERE WAS CONCERN JODY MIGHT SUFFER PARTIAL PARALYSIS. AT THE LEAST, DOCTORS HAD SAID THEY ANTICIPATED THE LITTLE GIRL WOULD FACE ADDITIONAL SURGERY OVER THE NEXT FIVE YEARS -- BUT THE CASE IS NOT UNIQUE AND THE OUTLOOK DOES HAVE PROMISE: THERE WAS A SIMILAR SEPARATION OF CONJOINED TWINS IN AMERICA A LITTLE OVER A YEAR AGO, WITH LESS PUBLICITY -- AND THE SURVIVING TWIN IS NOW A THRIVING TODDLER. RICHARD ROTH, CBS NEWS, LONDON.))


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Gamblers in Atlantic City can now burn more than just holes in their wallets while trying to hit the jackpot -- they can also burn calories.
That's because Tropicana Casino Resort has installed ten "pedal and play" slot machines.
A stationary bike is connected to the slot machine -- and buttons on the handlebar are the controls.
There is one catch -- to find out calories burned and time elapsed - the rider must be betting.

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Welcome everybody to the election day two minute ticker.
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Cave Spring high school has run out of appeals in its hopes of getting into the upcoming playoffs and getting back the six games it was forced to forfeit due to using an ineligible player. This afternoon, independent hearing officer Bill Watkins, an attorney from Waynesboro, upheld the Virginia High School League's ruling. This means that the Roanoke Valley district, the VHSL's executive director, the league's appeals committee and the independent attorney have all ruled that the player in question was ineligible.
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Cave Spring closed out the regular season last Friday night by beating Pulaski County 49-to-14. Had the ruling been overturned today, the two schools would have met in a first round playoff rematch this Friday. As it stands, the Knights' season is now over.
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Roanoke County deputy superintendent James Gallion conceded this afternoon that while the county's presented a very strong case and still believes its interpretation is correct, Cave Spring has exhausted its options for appeal.

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Virginia Tech plans to make a change in the secondary for this Saturday night's game in Orlando against Central Florida.
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Freshman defensive cornerback Eric Green, who was thrust into the starting lineup when Larry Austin went down with a knee injury against Boston College will be replaced in the starting lineup this week at the boundary cornerback spot by Florida native Billy Hardee.
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Beamer also reaffirmed that Andre Davis is definitely out and that it's also likely that Michael Vick will NOT be ready to play.
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Coming up on News 7 at Six, Beamer weighs in on the likelihood that his Hokies could still end up in one of the BCS bowls. Have a safe night folks, News 7 at Five continues in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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Finally, a high-flying way to say so long to this year's presidential race.
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The 15th annual Pumpkin Chuckin' contest went political this year.
Actually, the organizers called it a poll of sorts, putting Gore and Bush stickers on each pumpkin .. and seeing which ones went the furthest.
Most of them went pretty far ... thousands of feet.
Organizers say elections races and pumpkin chuckin' have a lot in common.
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((There's a lot of stuff flying around at election time, and we make a lot of pumpkins fly in the air.))
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In case you're keeping score, the Gore pumpkins traveled further ... but organizers say either way, the "Pumpkin Chuckin' Poll" was a "smashing" success.
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A reminder that we will join forces with CBS to provide election results throughout the evening.
Our continuous coverage begins in 30 minutes, on News 7 at 6.
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[Take WDBJ Home Page FS]
You can also get updated returns on all local races throughout the evening at WDBJ7-dot-com.
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[TAKE WEB SITE FS]
And if you would like to track the national election on the Internet, the CBS election web site has a wealth of additional information.
To reach it, just go to WDBJ7-dot-com and click on our Web Site of the Day.
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