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Today on News 7 at 5, the recount is winding down in Florida. We'll have the latest numbers on the Presidential election next.
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and Lynchburg officials name a suspect in Monday night's murder in a convenience store. [Weather-Head]
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A nice little rain spell comes to an end later this evening. Cooler weather on the way.

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Also today, the Salvation Army wants to give some local people a warmer winter,
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and on Health check, we'll see how a campaign to find a bone marrow donor for a Radford baby could help patients across the country.
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((REVOTE REVOTE REVOTE REVOTE))
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Nevermind a reCOUNT. These Floridians want a reVOTE.

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While the protest goes on in the streets- the recount goes on in at election offices.
But this controversy most likely won't end when the numbers are tallied.
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Jennifer Jones joins us live from West Palm Beach- where the controversy is mounting.
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((THE STREETS OF WEST PALM BEACH WERE PACKED WITH DEMONSTRATORS TODAY. DISGRUNTLED VOTERS WHO CLAIM.. AS MANY AS 20,000 BALLOTS WERE INCORRECTLY RECORDED FOR PAT BUCHANAN OR NOT COUNTED AT ALL.
JIM DWYER/FLORIDA VOTER "I REALLY DON'T KNOW WHO I VOTED FOR." THE CONTROVERSY STEMS FROM A BUTTERFLY TYPE BALLOT USED IN PALM BEACH COUNTY THAT APPARENTLY LEFT MANY VOTERS CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO PUNCH.
JAMES BAKER/BUSH CAMPAIGN RECOUNT MONITOR "IT'S A BALLOT THAT'S BEEN USED BEFORE, IT WAS APPROVED BY AN ELECTED DEMOCRATIC OFFICIAL AND THERE WERE NO COMPLAINTS..WHEN IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA LAW... EVERYBODY HAD A CHANCE TO COMPLAIN." BUT THEY ARE COMPLAINING NOW... WHILE THE GORE CAMP IS ASKING FOR A HAND COUNT OF OVER ONE MILLION BALLOTS IN PALM BEACH COUNTY AND THREE OTHER COUNTIES. WILLIAM DALEY/GORE CAMPAIGN MANAGER "WITH SO MUCH AT STAKE, STEPS SHOULD BE TAKEN TO MAKE SURE THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE SHOULD BECOME PRESIDENT."))

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Neither man has won yet, but the Gore camp is accusing George W. Bush of Acting like he's already the President. Lee Cowan reports on the charges and counter charges.
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(Both camps sent out their surrogates today to do battle in front of the

cameras. But while Al Gore was keeping a low profile -- George W. Bush was hard at work.

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He seems to be quietly going about the business of assembling his transition team.

Aides say he wants to move quickly -- and has already floated the names of some key cabinet appointees in the event his narrow lead in Florida holds.

But that drew an angry response from the Gore campaign who called it a calculating display of arrogance in the face of a race still undecided.

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"I believe that their actions to try to presumptively crown themselves the victors, to try to put in place a transition, run the risk of dividing the American people and creating a sense of confusion."

It also created a war of words between two former secretaries of state. James Baker, heading up Bush's recount effort in Florida says the process HAS to be done quickly citing national security concerns.

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"The presidential election, of course, is on hold, and that affects the position of the United States in a number of different ways,particularly internationally."

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But Warren Christopher -- heading up Gore's recount efforts, says that's a scare tactic.

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"Both sides are planning to meet face to face -- but the Gore camp made it clear it would not forfeit anything to the Bush camp simply for the sake of a speedy resolution. With court challenges mounting -- the timing may be out of both of their hands. Lee Cowan, CBS News, Austin." ))

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Authorities in Lynchburg are still searching for the suspect in the murder of a man inside a convenience store Monday night.
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19- year- old Rahmon Rashad Robey is facing murder and firearms charges for the killing of 21- year- old Leon Alphonzo Strange.
Strange was shot during a confrontation with Robey inside the Sunshine Market.
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((LT. WAYNE DUFF/LYNCHBURG POLICE: THERE WAS A VERBAL CONFRONTATION, VERY SHORT, THAT WAS FOLLOWED BY A VERY BRIEF PHYSICAL ALTERCATION WHERE THEY ACTUALLY CAME TOGETHER AND THERE WAS A LITTLE BIT OF A PUSHING- TYPE MATCH, AT WHICH TIME A SINGLE SHOT WAS FIRED, STRIKING MR. STRANGE IN THE CHEST.))
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Robey stands about six feet tall and weighs about 180 pounds.
He is considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information as to his whereabouts should call the Lynchburg police.
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Some early morning accidents tie up traffic in Franklin County. We'll have the details after the break,
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and then a little later, we'll see why some local students are racing to the classroom.
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Pittsylvania County authorities have charged a man with murder and rape in the death of a woman from Blairs.
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47-year-old Sandra Oakes was found dead in her mobile home about two weeks ago.
Family members got a sheriff's deputy to check on her because they hadn't seen her for a while.
28-year-old Michael Wood was arrested near Knoxville, Tennessee this week and charged with capital murder.
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The sheriff's office says Wood used to live in the same trailer park and had known Oakes.

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The family of a man murdered in Franklin County is mad that prosecutors gave a plea bargain to the killer.
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26-year-old Mickey Rogers says he's pleading guilty to murder not because he committed the crime but because there's enough evidence to convict him. He was convicted today of shooting 41-year-old Mike Campbell, the man who hid him from police, because Campbell was going to turn him in for stealing.
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((DIANE MCGUIRE/VICTIM'S SISTER: I DON'T FEEL LIKE JUSTICE PREVAILED. THE GUY SAT IN THERE AND LAUGHED THROUGH THE WHOLE COURT CASE. TO HIM IT'S ALL A JOKE. HE'LL BE BACK ON THE STREET AND WHO'S TO SAY HE WON'T DO IT AGAIN.))
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Prosecutors said they were afraid jurors might reduce the charge if they did not sign a plea agreement. 15-year-old Sarah Edwards still awaits trial for her alleged involvement in the murder.
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Rainy weather and slick pavement may have played a role in two tractor trailer accidents this morning in Franklin County.
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The first happened near Boones Mill. A United Parcel Service truck left the road, overturned and came to rest in Maggodee Creek.
The driver wasn't injured, but repairs to the guard rail and bridge kept one lane of traffic closed for a few hours.
The second accident occurred a couple of miles south of Rocky Mount. Another 18-wheeler left the road and overturned there. The driver was transported to the hospital, but he did not appear to have life- threatening injuries.
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One week after 265 workers in Galax were laid off without warning, answers are still in short supply.
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Former Burruss Company workers gathered this afternoon to find out they had no more paychecks, benefits and little recourse.
The Burruss Company, which makes flooring and dimension components for furniture companies, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Tuesday in Lynchburg.
It shut down seven offices, including its headquarters in Galax, last Friday, citing "unforseeable business circumstances" and the loss of a bank credit line.
Workers are eligible for up to 26 weeks unemployment.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch has a story that could warm your heart and hopefully someone else's as well.
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It's the time of the year to bring out the winter clothes.
This week is known as the Great American Warm-Up because as you clean out your closets, local charities want you to remember others in need.
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Jacey Birch is live at the Salvation Army where coats and sweaters are just a few of the welcome items on the winter wish list.
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Today in Sports, Mike Stevens will have a preview of tonight's U-V-A game,
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And on Health Check, we'll see how a bone marrow drive to save a Radford baby is helping people across the country.


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A bone marrow drive for a baby in Radford earlier this year has resulted in seven possible matches for others in need across the country.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with more
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Jean, The parents of 9 month old Henry Moore have been desperately searching for a bone marrow donor for their son who suffers from a rare disease.
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And while the drive still has not led to a match for baby Henry -- they say they are happy that other lives will be saved.
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More than 14-thousand people came out for the bone marrow drive for baby Henry in April.
Seven of those people recently found out while they were not a match for Henry, they are possible matches for others.
Anthony Miano found out he's may be able to help an 8 year old boy with leukemia.
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((ANTHONY MIANO: I THINK THE FIRST DAY WAS VERY EMOTIONAL TO KNOW THAT I COULD SAVE AN 8 YEAR OLD BOY, I THINK MY FIRST REACT WAS I WANTED TO MEET THE LITTLE BOY AND SHARE THE EXPERIENCE WITH HIM))
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Deanne Lane found out she's a possible match for a 64 year old woman with leukemia.
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Baby Henry's parents say this gives them more hope that a perfect match is out their for their son.
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((PATRICK MOORE: IT GIVES US HOPE TO KNOW THAT THERE WERE PEOPLE OUT THERE THAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR A MATCH AND DIDN'T HAVE ONE -- AND BECAUSE OF HENRY DRIVE SEVEN OF THOSE PEOPLE FOUND THEIR MATCHES. IT GIVE HOPE THAT MAYBE A DRIVE IN TEXAS OR ENGLAND WILL TURN UP A MATCH FOR HENRY))
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While Henry's parents say he is doing fantastic now. They say the medication he takes will eventually lead to leukemia.
That's why he will need the bone marrow before he turns three or four.
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((PATRICK MOORE: A MATCH SIBLING DONOR WOULD BE THE VERY BEST HOPE FOR HENRYS SURVIVAL AND WE ARE HOPING AND PRAYING GOD WILL BLESS US WITH ANOTHER CHILD))
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The family is holding another bone marrow drive -- [Pinnacle] November 16th at Radford University from 9 am to 3pm.
For students it will be held in Heath Hall and others can get tested in Waldron Hall.
For more information contact the Red Cross at 540-639-2140.
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Both Deanne and Anthony say they should find out around Christmas if they are definitely matches.

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Martinsville is the only place in Virginia where now, you can earn a college degree in racecars.
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Patrick Henry Community College has designed the only motorsports program in Virginia. Here people learn the mechanics AND the marketing of racing. Ben Harris is pursuing his degree while still in high school.
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((BEN HARRIS/HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: THERE'S A LOT OF DIFFERENT FIGURES YOU HAVE TO KEEP UP WITH ON THESE ENGINES. EVERY ENGINEER IS BUILT DIFFERENTLY AND EVERY ENGINE IS DIFFERENT AS FAR AS MEASUREMENTS GO. YOU HAVE TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING'S RIGHT WHEN YOU PUT IT TOGETHER. butt butt butt
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Teachers train with the pros at Arrington Engines in Martinsville, where graduates may someday work. Or they could hitch their careers to a raceteam.
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((STEVE SHEPPARD/MARTINSVILLE SPEEDWAY: THERE'S SUCH A HUGE DEMAND FOR THE EQUIPMENT THAT GOES INTO A WINSTON CUP RACECAR. EVERY WINSTON CUP TEAM, TRUCK SERIES TEAM, BUSCH GRAND NATIONAL TEAM, THEY RUN AN ENGINE FOR JUST ONE RACE OR JUST FOR QUALIFYING. THEY NEED NEW ENGINES EVERY WEEK SO IT'S A STEADY BUSINESS.))
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Tonight on News7 at Six -- a woman who lost her knitting job at Tultex now joins the men in motorsports.
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[GRAPHIC-TICKER] Good evening everybody and welcome to the Thursday two minute sports ticker that is centered on ACC football.
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Virginia and Georgia Tech are less than three hours away from their nationally televised clash in Atlanta.
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The two teams have combined to average more than 75 points a game in their last three meetings. This is a stat that have some saying these two offensive minded teams are very similar.
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The Cavaliers battled back from a 17-nothing deficit to win 45-38 last year. But that game was in Charlottesville. UVa has lost its last two in Atlanta.

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The women's basketball coaches in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference got together today in Salem to talk about the upcoming season.
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The coaches also performed their traditional coronation of Roanoke College as the preseason favorite to win the regular season title.
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Emory and Henry, Bridgewater, Guilford and Virginia Wesleyan round out the top five. Randolph Macon is sixth, while Washington & Lee is tabbed 7th with new head coach Janet Hollack who comes to Lexington from Ivy League member Brown University.
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[vo nat con't] One of the most subtle yet important things to note in the rankings is that for the first time, Hollins University was not picked to finish last in the ODAC.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six, everything from Blacksburg talking about its unusual entry into the high school football playoffs to an award nomination for Michael Vick. Take care folks. News 7 sports continues in just a moment. [go to break]








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If you want to really enjoy today's website of the day, you may first want to put a hat on your cat and eat some green eggs and ham.
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Random House's Seussville page is a fun place for the young people to visit.
It is filled with games such as elephant ball and find the fish.
You can help put Sam-I-Am back together and when you're finished with that, you can even try his recipe for green eggs and ham.
There's also puzzles and crafts for all those who give a hoo ....or hear a hoo.
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[Take Pinnacle Page]
You can find the official Dr. Seuss page through a link to our website at WDBJ-7-dot-com.

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Halloween is over, but what do you do with that old pumpkin?
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Some people may make pie- but not in Washington DC- where the annual tradition is to deliver Halloween Pumpkins to the elephants.
The pumpkins are placed in the elephants fenced in area at the National Zoo-
When a five ton animal and a pumpkin meet- the pumpkin loses.
The elephants seem to enjoy the treat each year- so do zoo visitors.
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