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Coming up next.
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Republicans file a lawsuit today seeking to stop the manual recount taking place in Florida.
The Reverend Jerry Falwell weighs in on the debate.
And, more layoffs at Norfolk Southern.
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Plus, Leo says bundle up... it's going to be a chilly one.
News 7 is next.




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Election officials in Florida begin the long process of recounting hundreds of thousands of Presidential ballots under tight security.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

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The recount got under way this afternoon in Palm Beach County. Meanwhile-- the Bush camp has filed a lawsuit to halt the process. That argument will heard in federal court on Monday. Manuel Gallegus has the latest from West Pam Beach.
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Meanwhile, the Reverend Jerry Falwell is blaming the media for the voting mix-up. He says the premature announcement of Gore's victory in Florida discouraged voters in the Central, Mountain and Pacific time zones from heading to the polls. News7 caught up with the Reverend at tonight's Roanoke Express Game.
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((I HOPE THAT WE WILL GET TO THE PLACE SOMETIME WHERE WE DON'T ANNOUNCE WHILE VOTING BOOTHS ARE OPEN ACROSS THE COUNTRY...WE DON'T ANNOUNCE AND DECLARE STATES THAT MAY AFFECT THE OUTCOME.))
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Falwell says he believes George W. Bush will ultimately be declared the winner.



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From those who want to lead the country, to those who fought for it... The Roanoke Valley Veterans Council spent this Veterans Day celebrating those who served in the Korean War . Kelli Thompson was at the commemoration.
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(( These soldiers, both young and old, all have something in common - they served their country. A celebration in their honor left a small auditorium in Salem with standing room only.
This years' program was dedicated to Roanoke's soldiers of the Korean War. Veteran Perry Cunningham was one of the soldiers who stood proud as councilmen and local officials honored him for his service some fifty years ago.
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((PERRY CUNNINGHAM/VETERAN: IT MEANS A GREAT DEAL, AT LEAST WE ARE BEING REMEMBERED FOR WHAT HAPPENED OVER THERE FOR ALL THE OTHER GUYS TOO. ))
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Thomas Bedwell has served in the Marines for twenty years. He and his dog Molly Marine spend their days visiting many of the disabled veterans in the Roanoke Valley. This event was something he wouldn't think about missing.
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((THOMAS BEDWELL SENIOR/USMC: YOU'RE TALKING HISTORY HERE, LIVING HISTORY. KIDS READ THINGS ABOUT CERTAIN THINGS IN HISTORY, YOU CAN TALK TO PEOPLE WHO WERE ACTUALLY THERE...THE GUYS WHO WERE IN THE SUBMARINES AND ON THE BATTLEFIELDS AND THE HARDSHIPS THEY ENDURED.))
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KELLI THOMPSON/REPORTING: EVEN THOUGH THE KOREAN WAR IS KNOWN AS THE FORGOTTEN WAR, THE ROANOKE VALLEY LET VETERANS KNOW THAT THERE ARE NO FORGOTTEN WARRIORS, ONLY HEROES WHO FOUGHT TO KEEP FREEDOM ALIVE. KELLI THOMPSON, NEWS 7, SALEM.
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President Clinton took part in an unusual groundbreaking in our nation's capitol today.
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The ground was broken in a box of dirt - not the earth - at the site of a planned World War Two memorial on the National Mall. Opponents say the site isn't suitable for a memorial because it would obstruct the view along the Mall. They won a court order forbidding the actual turning of the earth until building permits are sorted out. Clinton said the monument will help Americans ``learn from the past and look to the future.''
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((PRESIDENT CLINTON: WITH THIS MEMORIAL, WE SECURE THE MEMORY OF 16-MILLION AMERICANS WHO TOOK UP ARMS IN THE GREATEST STRUGGLE HUMANITY HAS EVER KNOWN. WE HALLOW THE GROUND FOR MORE THAN 400-THOUSAND WHO NEVER CAME HOME. WE ACKNOWLEDGE A DEBT THAT CAN NEVER BE REPAID.))
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The memorial will be on the opposite end of the Reflecting Pool from the Lincoln Memorial.
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More Norfolk Southern workers have been told they don't have jobs - effective next week.
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The 13 car-men, foundry workers and blacksmiths all worked in the Roanoke car shop - where 200 employees were laid off last month. A furloughed worker tells News 7 he was called last night and told not to report to work Monday. Norfolk Southern confirms the layoff, blaming it on a slowing economy. The company says reduced business means less moving cars to repair.
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A Blacksburg man is behind bars for allegedly striking a pedestrian while driving under the influence.
Police are holding 21- year old John A. Sutherland in the Montgomery County jail without bond.
Authorities say Sutherland struck 19- year old Cariangeli Leon around eight thirty this morning near Foxridge Apartments.
Leon was treated and released from a local hospital.





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An open house in Roanoke today gave parents and students a chance to learn more about the area's magnet schools.
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The Addison Aerospace Magnet Middle School was filled with booths from all 13- magnet schools throughout the Roanoke Valley. The event featured exhibits, prizes and tours of the Addison Space Center. Teachers and administrators from each of the schools were on hand to discuss their programs.
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((IT'S A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS OF THE CITY TO HAVE SO MANY CHOICES IN CHOOSING THEIR EDUCATION AND WE ARE REALLY EXCITED ABOUT WHAT WE CAN OFFER.))
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Programs range from drama, dance and visual arts to environmental science and aviation. Applications are being accepted now for next fall. The deadline for applications is February 28, 2001.
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Coming up on News 7 .. The Civil Air Patrol is looking for an airplane that might have crashed in our area ..
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And nearly two-dozen Americans are unaccounted for after a deadly cable car fire in Austria. The very latest, coming up, after the break.
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The Civil Air Patrol is searching for a small plane missing since Thursday. They say the plane "could" have gone down in the Roanoke area. The Piper Cherokee left College Park, Maryland Thursday evening, bound for Greenville, South Carolina. The search area in concentrated in Virginia and North Carolina. The Civil Air Patrol has set up a command center at Manassas Regional Airport. [TAKE PINNACLE PAGE] [FS 1000] They ask anyone who might have heard any strange noises like a struggling airplane Thursday night to call the Civil Air Patrol at 703-257-8286.
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Some members of the media are calling for D-N-A testing in the case of an executed killer.
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Roger Coleman was put to death in 1992 after his conviction in the rape and murder of Wanda McCoy.
Now the Washington Post, the Richmond Times-Dispatch and the Virginian-Pilot have joined the Boston Globe and Centurion Ministries in asking a Buchanan County judge to allow new D-N-A testing.
When Coleman was convicted, D-N-A testing showed he -along with 2 percent of the population - could have been the attacker.
The organizations who want re-testing say new technology could more accurately determine Coleman's guilt or innocence.
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Austrians are in mourning tonight as they try to learn what started a cable car fire that killed some 170- people.

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The car was heading through a tunnel deep inside a mountain on the way to an Alpine ski resort today.
Officials say the fire apparently started in the front compartment occupied by an attendant.
The blaze then spread quickly as fresh air was sucked into the tunnel.
Most of the victims apparently managed to escape the burning car but were killed by acrid smoke as they tried to flee.
Twenty-three Americans, including two children, are among those not yet found.
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In Lebanon .. Two apartment buildings collapsed on sleeping residents this morning. Three people were killed and more than two dozen others injured .. Some people were trapped for hours under the rubble of concrete slabs and steel rods. Residents had reported cracks in the foundations of the buildings a few hours before they caved in .. Officials had advised residents to leave, but some families had decided to stay behind.
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Still ahead on the newscast .. We'll have details on how you can adopt your very own angel!
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And one of the coolest places to spend your time off is right here in Roanoke. We'll take you for a spin, after the break.
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[Angel-Tree]


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It's that time of year again...thousands of angels are waiting to be rescued off the Salvation Army Tree.
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The angels represent needy children. Children up to age twelve are eligible for the program. There are twenty-five hundred of them across the Roanoke Valley up for adoption .. Applications are still being accepted for the next two Wednesdays. The deadline to bring your angel back is December 13th. And, if you choose not to adopt, the Christmas Kettle is also taking donations. This year's goal is 232- thousand dollars.
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[Ice-Station]


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Being on "thin ice" was never so much fun - or so cool! In this week's "Time Off", Shannon Young takes us aroung the rink at Roanoke's Ice Station.
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((They make it look so easy... those skaters who jump and spin over the ice as if they were born to do so... and their aggressive counterparts who trade in grace for lightning speed and explosive power. But despite their expertise, even the Michelle Kwans and Wayne Gretzkys of the world were beginners once. And chances are they took their first hesitant steps at an ice rink like this one.
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((It's different. It's not football, basketball, baseball like everyone's grown up to do. You see hockey on TV but, until you grow up to try it, you don't know how fast and exciting it really can be.))
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Tim Christian is the Skating Director at the Ice Station. He also teaches "Learn to Play" classes which are quarterly sessions on hockey. Christian is joined by a team of instructors who also focus on figure skating classes called "Learn to Skate."
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Each sport comes with its own style of ice skate. The skate you pick will determine the kind of skating you can engage it.
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((The major difference, the most obvious, is the toe picks for the figure skate. That's for the spins and jumps. You can dig in a little more whereas, hockey skates, you don't need that. You want a little more push off, a little more thrust.))
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And , perhaps, a little protection? If hitting the ice makes you nervous about, well, hitting the ice, some strategically placed padding can help thaw your anxiety.
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((It's always good to wear a helmet, a good pair of gloves in case you do fall. On top of that, elbow pads are always good to have and maybe even some shin guards like they do for roller blading. So there are some protective measures that you can take.))
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Instructors even teach their students to pick up the pace. They say speeding up lessens the pain of falling down.
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((Tonight, I made 'em get out here and work hard.. .and show them that it doesn't hurt to fall when you skate fast. It actually is a little bit easier. So we're trying to get 'em moving a little bit more.))
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If you want to take classes but aren't sure where to begin, instructors will help determine your skill level. And if you'd rather brave the rink without guidance, public skating times are available. Who knows, with a little practice, you could become a skating sensation yourself. Shannon Young, News 7, Roanoke.))
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Lee Suggs became only the fourth Hokie since 1981 to rush for a thousand yards in a season. He scored 5 touchdowns tonight against Central Florida and broke the Tech and Big East single season scoring records to lead the Hokies to a 44 to 21 win over the Golden Knights.
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Frank Beamer and his Hokies in Sunny Florida for a second straight week.
After a Central Florida fumble, Suggs capped the drive by scoring on the 1 yard run to make it 7 to nothing Hokies in the first quarter.
But the Knights answered on their possession. Ryan Schneider goes to the air and hits Tyson Hinshaw on the 47 yard scoring pass play to tie the score at 7 to 7.
Tech came right back and gets it to the zone. This time Dave Meyers on the pitch to Suggs and he scores from the three to make it 14 to 7 Tech.
The Hokies controlled the ball with the run but on this play Meyer goes to the air and hits Emmett Johnson on the long passing play several plays later Suggs scored his third T-D of the game tech led 21 to nothing.
Then the defense put points on the board. Ben Taylor breaks through and hits Schneider he fumbles and its recovered by Nathaniel Adibi who takes it 35 yards for the score to make it 30 to 7 Tech at the half.
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Suggs opened the third quarter with this 12 yard touchdown run his fourth of the night to make it 37 to 7 and the Hokies win the game 44 to 21.
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The Hokies are 9 and 1 and have a week off before taking on Virginia in Blacksburg November 25-th.




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VMI won the clash of the military schools trouncing the Citadel 41 to 21 in Lexington this afternoon.
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The Virginia Military Institute's troops had no trouble taking control of the skirmish as the Bulldogs appeared to have no bite.
We pick up the action in the second quarter the Keydets hold a 14 to seven advantage when Joey Gibson looks to Aaron Yarbough. Yarbough make the grab and the first down.
Two plays later Gibson finds his favorite receiver of the day, Teray Frost. Gibson makes the throw on the move, Frost's grab in the end zone is good for the score.
VMI takes a 28 to seven lead into the lockerroom at intermission when the Gibson-Frost combination again equals [S
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a touchdown. The Keydets pick up their second victory of the season by winning the military clash of the south. VMI 41, the Citadel 21.
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Ken Dorsey passed for three touchdowns and ran for another as number two Miami beat Pittsburgh 35 to 7.
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The Miami Fans with their B-C-S ballot.
The Canes defense stepped up in the first quarter Phillip Buchanon picks off this John Turman pass and he takes it 71 yards to the house for the touchdown and Miami jumped out to a 6 to nothing lead in the Big East Game.
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Pittsburgh took a 7 to 6 lead in the second but Dorsey threw two touchdown passes in the second quarter this one going 12 yards to Ivan Mercer and the Canes beat Pittsburgh 35 to 7.
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Top ranked Oklahoma dodged a bullet in Texas today.
Trailing 31 to 28, Oklahoma's Torrence Marshall picks off this Mark Farris pass and he returns it 71 yards for the score and the Sooners hold on for the 35 to 31 win. It's the first win for the Sooners at College Station since 1903.


And here are the rest of the scores.
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The Roanoke Express was back at the Roundhouse tonight for a match up against Trenton.
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Roanoke taking the ice just before the opening face off.
Trenton's Sandy Cohen takes the shot but its block by Dave Gagnon and the game remained scoreless in the first period.
The Trenton goalie Brian Regan he blocks this Ben Schust shot and there was still no score in the first period of the game.
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But the Titans finally get on the board Stuart Bodker takes a pass and fires the puck for the goal to make it 1 to nothing and Trenton wins the game 4 to 1.
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On the National Hockey League Ice tonight, Philadelphia and Ottawa would hook up in Philly.
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And the Flyers would win their fifth straight game.
With the game tied at 3 to 3 Simon Gagne fires the puck from mid ice it
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skips off the goalies glove and into the net with just over a minute left and the Flyers get the 4 to 3 win.
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Stephon Marbury scored 41 points to lead New Jersey to a 126 to 91 win over Seattle.
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Patrick Ewing entering the arena for the first time since joing the Sonics.
Ewing steps up in the first quarter hitting the jumper just to side of the key and Seattle led by 3 after the first quarter.
But watch Marbury scoop up the loose ball in the paint take it down court and score the easy layup and the Nets led the Sonics by 12 at the half.
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Marbury would score 21 of his 41 points in the third as the Nets beat the Sonics 126 to 91.
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The Generals of Washington and Lee survived their first round game in the Division Three South Region Soccer tournament in Newport News.
Washington and Lee beat Frostburg State 4 to 1.


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Jeff Gordon and Mark Martin ran their last Busch race today at Homestead, Florida.
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Gordon and Martin would lead the field in the Miami 300.
The two drivers would battle over the final 27 laps of the race and Gordon would take the checkered flag just ahead of Martin to win the Miami 300.
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Busch series champion Jeff Green was third followed by Jason Keller and Jeff Burton.

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