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Coming up on NEWS 7 at six.

The hand recount continues in Florida... and so does the bickering.
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Plus, a local crisis center for pregnant women gets a boost thanks to thousands of dollars in donations.
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In sports, The Panthers were out to stop the red hot New Orleans Saints this afternoon in Charlotte.
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And the Virginia Tech Hokies talk about the team effort that led to their 44 to 21 win over Central Florida.
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A sunny day will lead to another cold night and then some clouds will begin to head our way tomorrow... I'll have the details coming up.... [open]
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Democrats and Republicans line up on opposite sides... as a hand recount of ballots continues in a number of Florida precincts.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


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The hand recount has found a number of discrepancies.
But, for now, Al Gore and George W. Bush aren't saying much.
Manuel Gallegus has the latest.
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[SUPER=703-West Palm Beach, FL;]
[SUPER=701-Carol Roberts/Co. Commissioner; ]
[SUPER=701-James Baker/Former Secretary of State; ]
[SUPER=701-Warren Christopher/Former Secretary of State;]
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((
AFTER A HAND COUNTING OF BALLOTS IN FOUR FLORIDA PRECINCTS, AL GORE GAINED 19 VOTES ON GEORGE W BUSH. NOT ENOUGH BY ITSELF FOR A GORE VICTORY, BUT ENOUGH OF A DISCREPANCY FOR PALM BEACH OFFICIALS TO CALL FOR A COUNTYWIDE RECOUNT.

(SOT: Carol Roberts, Palm Beach County Commissioner)

"Given the totality...(cheers)
PALM BEACH COUNTY HAD 425 THOUSAND VOTES. A HAND RECOUNT COULD PUT GORE OVER THE TOP IN FLORIDA, GIVEN HIM AN ELECTORAL COLLEGE VICTORY. THE REPUBLICANS HAVE ASKED A FEDERAL JUDGE TO BAN THE RECOUNT.

(SOT: James Baker, Former Secretary of State)

"Why doesn't the Gore camp...overseas ballots."
SOME FIVE THOUSAND OVERSEAS BALLOTS HAVE ALREADY BEEN RETURNED. THERE IS A SENSE A MAJORITY OF THEM, MANY FROM MILITARY PERSONNEL WOULD GO TO BUSH. MEANTIME THE BUSH CAMP MAY TURN TO OTHER STATES, LIKE IOWA AND NEW MEXICO FOR RECOUNTS. GORE'S TEAM SAYS GO AHEAD.

(SOT: Warren Christopher, Former Secretary of State)

"Bush camp should do what ever is best."
GEORGE W BUSH KEPT A LOW PROFILE AT HOME TODAY. AL GORE WENT TO CHURCH IN WASHINGTON.
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AND BUSH AND GORE SUPPORTERS ARE BICKERING IN PALM BEACH.
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The Reverend Jerry Falwell is backing George W. Bush - saying when the absentee ballots are in he will have won both the national popular vote and in the electoral college. Falwell says when that happens - the Vice President should concede.
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((MY HOPE IS MR. GORE WILL DO THE HONORABLE THING... JUST WALK AWAY... NEXT FRIDAY WHEN THE OFFICIAL VOTE IS DECLARED.))
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Falwell also says the media should change the way it does business on election night.
He said calling states such as Florida, Michigan, and Pennsylvania for Gore early on election night discouraged hundreds of thousands of Bush supporters from voting.






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9th District Congressman Rick Boucher will be heading to Germany next month..
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The newly re-elected Congressman has been invited to speak at a conference on Internet commerce. Boucher is expected to voice support for e-commerce taxes when he addresses members of the European Union.
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The Crisis Pregnancy Center in Roanoke has been helped women free of charge for the past 20- years. Today the center introduced a new service that is expected to improve the facility's quality of care. Kate Weidaw has more.
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The new sonogram service at the Crisis Pregnancy Center in Roanoke is a celebration for women who are pregnant or think they're pregnant and are in need of help.

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((TOM CLARK/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: PEOPLE COME HERE WHEN THEY'RE IS A CRISIS PREGNANCY THEY MAY HAVE A PREGNANCY THAT WAS UNPLANNED MAYBE THEY AREN'T SURE IF THEY WANT TO KEEP IT.))
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The sonogram will be used as a limited ultrasound procedure to determine if the woman is pregnant. It can show a detailed view of a fetus five weeks after conception.

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((DR. KEVIN DYE/MEDICAL DIRECTOR: WE HAVE THE CLIENT ON THE TABLE AND WE TAKE THIS DEVICE WHICH WE USE, PUT A LITTLE JELLY ON THE LADIES ABDOMEN AND RUB THE TRANSDUCER UP AGAINST THE UTERUS AND BY USING SOUND WAVES IT WILL PROVIDE A DETAILED VIEW OF THE DEVELOPING FETUS.))
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It took a year of planning and 16-thousand dollars in donations to make this new service possible. And with more then 800 women using the center's services each year, the sonogram will be an added benefit in the health care of the unborn child and mother. Kate Weidaw News 7 Roanoke.))


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It was graduation day in Roanoke for man's best friend.
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Two service dogs graduated from Saint Francis of Assisi's training program. The dogs began their training when they were seven weeks old and spent two years learning skills to help the disabled.

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((TERESA KELLY: THEIR TRAINER TEACHES THEM OVER 50 DIFFERENT TASKS, HOW TO TURN ON THE LIGHT SWITCH, HOW TO GO AND GET HELP , HOW TO GO GET SOMETHING OUT OF THE REFRIGERATOR, SPECIFIC TASKS A DISABLED PERSON MIGHT NEED THAT WILL HELP THEM IN THEIR EVERYDAY LIFE.))
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The cost of training a dog is close to 10-thousand dollars, but the person who receives the dogs pays only 2-hundred 50 dollars. To keep costs down, the program relies on people to give the puppies a good home for a year before they're sent to the trainer.
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Next on News7 .. We'll profile a local woman who has had a hand in this historic Presidential election.
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And .. Think its too early to get in to the holiday spirit? Think again!! That's still ahead.
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The "too close to count" Presidential Election has almost everyone's attention focused on the electoral college system.
Steve Smallshaw introduces us to local elector in our "Virginia Profile."
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((EDIE LIGHT/REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTOR: THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE SOUNDS SO REMOVED, IT SOUNDS LIKE A BUNCH OF ELDERLY MEN WHO CAST THESE VOTES.))
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No one would make the mistake of putting Edie Light in that group.
This self- described soccer mom is also a full- time volunteer with her church and the local Girl Scouts.
And this week at least, Light is one of the most famous 538 people in America.
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((LIGHT: WE PRETTY MUCH AT SOME POINT OR ANOTHER HAVE BEEN GRASSROOTS PEOPLE AND HAVE BEEN IN THE PARTY FOR A LONG TIME AND HAVE WORKED LONG.))
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Edie Light is a Republican presidential elector for the state of Virginia.
When George Bush handily won her 6th Congressional district and the state Tuesday night, Light became one of those numbers flashed on t-v screens all across America.
She and twelve other Republican electors will cast their votes for Bush when the electoral college meets December 18th.
But with the election still very much in dispute, Light now finds herself part of the most unusual chapter in American history.
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((LIGHT: IT MAKES YOU FEEL REALLY.. A GREAT DEAL OF ACCOMPLISHMENT TO BE AN AMERICAN AND TO REALIZE THAT WE CAN HAVE A DEMOCRATIC PROCESS AND THAT WE CAN HAVE A TRANSITION OF POWER, AND WE DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT PEOPLE BEING ROUNDED UP AND HERDED OFF TO JAIL BECAUSE THEY VOTED FOR THE OPPOSITION. EVERY AMERICAN SHOULD BE PROUD OF THAT.))
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[Standup ] ((Critics say this election has highlighted the failings of the electoral college system, and they feel it no longer should be the way America chooses its president. As you might imagine, Edie Light disagrees. ))
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((LIGHT: IT'S A PRETTY HISTORICAL ACT AND YOU KNOW, IT'S PRETTY AMAZING THAT IT'S SOMETHING THE FOREFATHERS SET UP AND IT SEEMS TO WORK PRETTY WELL.))
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So next month, Light will cast her vote in the only election that REALLY counts.. for a candidate she finds very presidential.
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((HE'S A NICE GUY AND IT'S AMAZING HOW MUCH CHARISMA HE HAS.. IT'S KIND OF HARD TO TELL IT FROM THE PICTURE, BUT BOY, HE SPARKS.. HE REALLY DOES.))
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But whether he'll become the 43rd president is anybody's guess.. all Edie Light can say is, she's doing her part.

Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

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The Holiday season won't officially get under way for another two weeks, but many folks were getting a jump start at the Salem Civic Center this weekend.
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The 12-th annual Stock Market Fair sponsored by the Junior League of the Roanoke Valley brought out hundreds of holiday shoppers. Of course there were plenty of crafts, holiday goodies, and what everyone could use during the holidays - a stress relieving massage.
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((JESSICA BRIM/ORGANIZER: WE HOLD IT THE SECOND WEEKEND OF NOVEMBER EVERY YEAR AND WE'D LIKE TO THINK WE'RE THE ANNUAL KICK OFF FOR THE BIG HOLIDAY SEASON. THE WEATHER STARTS TO CHANGE IT'S GETS A LITTLE COOLER NOW THAT HALLOWEEN IS OVER AND SO WE THINK THIS IS A GREAT PLACE TO START.))
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The annual fair raises more then 125-thousand dollars each year ..
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Still ahead on News 7 .. The Hokie's talk about their team victory over Central Florida this weekend.
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But first - what's your take on the election mix-up? Our viewers sound off about the ballot blitz, after the break!
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As you might expect, the mail from our viewers this week focused on the presidential election.
Here's assignment editor Joe McKean with News-7's Feedback.
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((Complaints about a confusing ballot in Palm Beach brought a note from a Christiansburg viewer [William Shorter, Jr.], who says he gave a replica to his 7-year-old daughter. She apparently had no trouble filling it out correctly.
"If a 7-year-old can mark the correct circle, what does that say about the voters in Florida who could not? This ballot appeared to be straightforward enough for a 7-year-old. Seems like all this controversy about this particular ballot is much ado about nothing."
A viewer from Roanoke [Carol L. Perdue] commented:
"Until the people have spoken, nobody assumes the presidency in this nation. Period. Both candidates should back off and let the people speak and the courts decide. The people and the rule of law are supreme, not spin doctors and politicians."
Another person [Rick Protz, Lynch Station] would change balloting to a system more like Oregon's, in which everyone votes by mail.
"...perhaps voting over a short amount of time by snail mail or a ballot drop site or by having a secure voting machine at your local Post Office...Perhaps even a receipt could be sent to each voter informing them that their vote had been received and counted. That way there could be no exit polling for the media to use to either encourage or discourage voters."
You have several ways to let us know where you stand on our news coverage or issues in the news.
By US Mail, PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-007.
By fax, 343-7269.
Over the Internet, to news@wdbj7.com.
And our website, wdbj7.com, has an on-line forum.
Joe McKean, News-7.))


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And coming up, Virginia Tech moves up a spot in the college football polls the Saints win again.
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And Bobby Labonte is the Winston Cup points champion.
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Lee Suggs set Virginia Tech and Big East scoring records and he rushed for 143 yards and 5 touchdowns in the Hokies 44 to 21 win over Central Florida.
But the Hokies 9-th win of the season was a complete team effort.
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Saints running back Ricky Williams rushed for a thousand yards then broke his ankle as New Olreans beat Carolina 20 to 10. Williams will miss 6 to 8 weeks.
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The Saints scored the first points of the game in the second quarter. Jeff Blake hits Joe Horn on this 43 yard touchdown pass play to make it 7 to nothing New Orleans.
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Then the Saints defense added a score. Steve Buerlein is hit from the back the referees rule that it was a fumble that Keith Mitchell scooped up and turned it into a 90 yard touchdown the Saints win it 20 to 10.
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A busy afternoon in the National Football League lets check the final scores from today's action.
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Winston Cup car owner Joe Gibbs one a race and a points championship at Homestead, Florida this afternoon.
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Tony Stewart dominated the Pennzoil 400 leading 165 laps and taking the checked flag and winning his sixth race of the season.
But his teammate Bobby Labonte was the big winner today. He came home with a 4-th place finish to capture the 2000 Winston Cup points championships with one more race left.
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Jeremy Mayfield finished second, Mark Martin third and Jimmy Spencer fifth.


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Hunting season is upon us and many people like to use muzzel loaders, to shot their prey.
The Blue Ridge Shooters Club in Rockbridge County offers hunters the opportunity to brush up on their shooting skills and safety techniques.
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About a dozen people came out for the annual black powder clinic. Though muzzel loading has been around since the 13-hundreds, the art has been lost on many hunters.
Often they buy the rifle, but don't know how to use it.
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Jim Thorp believes safety is the answer to many of the gun problems.
Thorp leads the VMI shooting team and several of his athletes came out to the clinic to learn how it use to be done.
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Cooler temperatures ushered in the 10th Annual First Virgina Bank Fall Classic. Of course, we're talking the OTHER football, soccer.
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222 teams from 10 states tied up many of the fields in the Roanoke area.
Organizers estimate the 35-hundred players and 10-thousand visitors will bring about four million dollars into the local economy.
The Roanoke Valley Youth Soccer Club hosted the tournament.
Members of the Roanoke Stars teams take this time to to give back to the community each year by filling Christmas stockings for needy children.
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