[Recount]

[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

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Good Morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
The Presidential tug-of-war continues.
A Florida judge will decide this morning whether to extend today's five p- m deadline for counties to report election results for certification.
The Palm Beach county election board will begin a county- wide recount this morning.
Meanwhile, the Bush campaign is considering an appeal of yesterday's ruling to allow the hand recounts to continue.
Jennifer Jones is standing by with the latest from West Palm Beach.
[LIVE=Jennifer Jones/FULL]
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[SUPER=703-W. Palm Beach;]
[SUPER=701-Al Gore/(D) Presidential Candidate;]
[SUPER=703-Broward Co.;]
[SUPER=701-Ed Pozzuoli/Broward City GOP Chairman;]
[SUPER=701-Karen Hughes/Bush Spokesperson;]
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((Locator: West Palm Beach, Florida In a Tallahassee court-room this morning, a state judge will decide whether to extend the deadline to hand count votes from last week's Presidential election.
Democrats asked for more time after Florida's Secretary of State Katherine Harris said all ballots must be certified by 5pm this afternoon.

SOT: V.P Al Gore

"Look, I would not want to win the presidency by a few votes cast in error or misinterpreted or not counted."
Locator: Broward County The legal wrangling doesn't end there. Democrats say they'll go to court after election officials in Broward County decided against a county wide manual recount.

SOT: Ed Pozzuoli/Broward Cty. GOP Chairman

"Bottom line is there were no errors in the vote tabulations that were conducted on the recount or election night for that matter, so therefore there was no legal basis to go forward with a full manual recount.
Meanwhile, Republicans will decide today whether to continue their fight in the federal courts over hand counts in general.

SOT: Karen Hughes/Bush Campaign Spokesperson

"The people of Florida, deserve to have their votes counted fairly and accurately, not selectively or subjectively."
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[LIVE=Jennifer Jones/FULL]
[SUPER=705-W. Palm Beach;]






[11Boucher]


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With the outcome of the presidential election still up in the air, A Virginia Congressman says all the chaos surrounding the election is a good reason to get rid of the electoral vote.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=703-Christiansburg;]


Democrat Rick Boucher says he'll introduce such legislation in January.
It requires a constitutional amendment, passed by two-thirds of Congress and three-fourths of state legislatures.


Opponents say it will encourage candidates to ignore small states.
But Boucher says it will make candidates chase the popular vote.
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[SOT 19:21 - :40]
[IN Q=About half the states]

((REP. RICK BOUCHER/(D) 9th DISTRICT: ABOUT HALF THE STATES IN THE NATION ARE TOTALLY IGNORED, SO THAT MEANS THAT THE BENEFITS THAT ATTEND FOCUS BY THE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES ARE LOST IN THOSE STATES -- ARE LOST HERE IN VIRGINIA -- I THINK THAT BY MOVING TO A POPULAR VOTE FOR THE PRESIDENCY, WE COULD MAKE THOSE STATES IMPORTANT ONCE AGAIN.))
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Boucher made the remarks after presenting 300-thousand dollars in federal funds to help renovate the Christiansburg Institute.
It was Southwest Virginia's first high school for African-American students.
The school closed in 1966, after 100 years.
Alumni of the school plan to reopen it as a museum and community learning center.
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[11Homeless]


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Homelessness is a problem in many cities, including Roanoke.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Yesterday, the results of a survey were released during a press conference at the TRUST homeless shelter.
It found there were more than 300- homeless in the Roanoke Valley in July.
The survey was conducted to give the city a better idea of what services are lacking for the homeless.
Transportation and health care were among the problems identified.
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[SOT 00:17:10]
[IN Q=Remember]

((CAROL WRIGHT/ROANOKE HUMAN SERVICES COORDINATOR: REMEMBER THAT THIS COULD BE YOU AT ANY MOMENT, IT TAKES JUST A SMALL UNFORTUNATE INCIDENT FOR SOME OF OUR CLIENTS THAT ARE HOMELESS AND IT'S NOT BECAUSE THEY WANT TO BE, IT'S JUST THE SITUATION THEY ARE IN.))
[SUPER=01-Carol Wright/Human Services Coordinator; ]
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[OUT Q=are in.]
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[VO-NAT]


City officials say the number of homeless in the area is most likely higher because the homeless are difficult to track.
The people included in the survey were living in shelters, temporary housing, local jails and recovery centers.
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[11Round-Hill]


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[**ANCHOR TAG**] Southwest Virginia's first public Montessori school has been officially dedicated. A multi-million dollar grant from the U-S Department of Education helped Round Hill begin the transition to Montessori school two years ago. Meredyth Censullo reports.
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Sandra Clemmer/Round Hill Principal;1:03]
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It's called "Hands-on Learning for a hands-on World." Southwest Virginia's only public Montessori school is teaching its 300-plus three-to-seven year olds everything from diagramming sentences -

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To spelling success on their p-c's

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The program is also teaching teachers. They've all had to undergo extensive certified Montessori training.

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[IN Q=I totally..]

((TERESA POTTER: I TOTALLY CHANGED FROM A TRADITIONAL TEACHER TO SOMETHING COMPLETELY NEW SO IT WAS LIKE I WAS STARTING OVER - BUT ITS SO MUCH FUN TO SEE THEM ABSORBING SO MUCH SO QUICKLY AND BUILDING ON ONE THING AND JUST CONTINUING AT THEIR OWN SPEED.))
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Educators say the Montessori approach allows kids to work at their own pace, and that it's tailored to help boost Standards of Learning test scores.

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((SANDRA CLEMMER: YOU WILL HAVE A LANGUAGE ARTS CENTER, A MATH CENTER, SOCIAL STUDIES, SCIENCE CENTER ...EVERY LESSON WE TEACH IN MONTESSORI IS ALIGNED TO THE STANDARDS OF LEARNING.))
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Clemmer says SOL scores at Virginia's other public Montessori school - in Portsmouth - have gone up, but says its too soon to tell if that's the case at Round Hill. The school is still in the process of implementing the program, but they say, so far, things are just ducky. Meredyth Censullo, News7, Roanoke.))
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Round Hill is also a magnet school. It provides a free education to students who live in the attendance zone - and other Roanoke children who apply and are selected through a weighted lottery.

[11Cherry-Hill]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=jmi]
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Despite a pending hearing to stop construction, the fourth floor of the Cherry Hill Condominium project is near completion.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Neighbors in South Roanoke filed an injunction last month. They want construction of the condos to stop at three floors, instead of the proposed five.
While the injunction hearing is set to happen before Thanksgiving, the fourth floor is well on its way to completion.
Cherry Hill builders say they're thrilled with how well construction is going. They say they have no immediate plans to stop construction.
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[6-Post-Office]


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Danville's new Main Post Office is open.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Danville]


The new facility is located near Piedmont Mall at the corner of Westover and Piedmont Drive.
The main post office will offer a full service window, and 24 hour access to post office boxes, mail drops and postage vending machines.
The Bulk Mail Entry Unit will also move to the new facility, but postal officials say the downtown station will remain open.
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[11Trigon]


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[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jsu]
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The future of patient care at one local hospital is uncertain.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville]


Memorial Hospital in Martinsville may leave the Trigon Network if a new contract cannot be reached with the insurance company by December 31st.
That would affect more than 300 school employees and more 400 Martinsville city employees and retirees because Memorial is the only hospital in the city.
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[IN Q=I think cost would be one of the]

((IRA TOLLINGER/MARTINSVILLE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: I THINK COST WOULD BE ONE OF THE MAJOR FACTORS, COST, CONVENIENCE, OPPORTUNITY TO BE SERVED IN OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY))
[SUPER=01-Ira Trollinger/School Superintendent;]
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Hospital C-E-O Joe Roach says Trigon represents about 15 percent of admission, and about 76 percent of denials of care.
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((JOE ROACH/CEO MEMORIAL HEALTH SYSTEM: THEY'RE IMPENDING US AND PUTTING REQUIREMENTS IN CONTRACTS THAT DON'T MAKE SENSE))
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[ ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Trigon Blue Cross Blue Shield issued a press release yesterday saying it has submitted a proposal to the hospital and is waiting for a response.
And it hopes a new agreement that's in the best interest of its members can be reached.

[Health-Check]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=NET]
[GRAPHIC=Mornin Health Check]


In medical news, arthritis of the hip may be hereditary.

Doctor Dave Hnida has that story and more in this morning's Health check.
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Dave Hnida/Reporting; :00 ]
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((Information: ON CAM ITS ONE OF THE MOST COMMON TYPES OF ARTHRITIS- ARTHRITIS OF THE HIP. AND IN MOST CASES- WE NEVER HAVE ANY IDEA WHY PEOPLE GET IT.

VT=VO

BUT NOW COMES A REPORT IN THE BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL THAT SAYS- DEGENERATIVE ARTHRITIS OF THE HIP MAY BE SOMETHING YOU INHERIT. IN FACT- IF YOU HAVE A BROTHER OR SISTER WITH ARTHRITIS OF THE HIP- YOUR RISK IS 600% HIGHER THAN SOMEONE WITH NO FAMILY HISTORY.

VT=VO

THE NEXT TIME YOU TELL A LOVED ONE TO QUIT SMOKING- AND THEY DON'T ANSWER- IT MAY NOT BE THAT THEY'RE IGNORING YOU. RESEARCH FROM JAPAN SHOWS SMOKERS LOSE HEARING THREE TIMES AS FAST AS NON SMOKERS. AND THIS HEARING LOSS CAN START AS EARLY AS AGE 30.

VT=VO

FINALLY TODAY- EATING TOO MUCH MAY BE BAD FOR YOUR HEART- AND I DON'T MEAN JUST OVER THE LONG HAUL. RESEARCH FROM THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION SHOWS STUFFING YOURSELF WITH A LARGE MEAL MAY INCREASE THE RISK OF A HEART ATTACK FOR SEVERAL HOURS AFTER THAT LARGE MEAL. NOT WHAT WE NEEDED TO HEAR WITH THANKSGIVING JUST ABOUT A WEEK AWAY.
ON CAM THAT'S A LOOK AT SOME OF THE DAYS TOP HEALTH STORIES. I'M DR DAVE HNIDA FOR CBS NEWS.))


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[2-HEADLINES]
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[SUPER=#4049; Morning Headlines]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Here's a look at today's top stories.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


It's now a battle against the clock for the Presidential recounts in Florida--
A judge decides this morning whether to extend this afternoon's deadline to certify last week's election results.

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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Shannon]


More Norfolk Southern employees are losing their jobs.
The company says it's laying off fourteen workers and closing its foundry in January.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


And THOUSANDS of graves belonging to Virginia's Revolutionary War veterans are quickly disappearing.
Yesterday, a legislative committee put a price tag on trying to save graves across the state.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


And that's what's making news on this Tuesday, November 14th.
[ANCHOR=Shannon]


News 7 Mornin' will be right back.


[2-Recount]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin]
[WRITER=kmc]
[TAPE#=NONE]
[GRAPHIC=ELECTION 2000]


Good Morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
The Presidential election now lies in the hands of the Florida court system.
A state judge will rule this morning whether to extend today's five p- m deadline for certification of last week's election results.
The election board in Palm Beach county is beginning a county- wide recount of nearly 400- thousand ballots today.
Meanwhile, the Bush campaign is expected to decide whether to appeal yesterday's federal court ruling permitting Florida's hand recounts to continue.
One Republican source says Bush is thinking of making an emergency appeal directly to the U-S Supreme Court.
With more on all the legal wrangling, here is Jennifer Jones.
[LIVE=Jennifer Jones/FULL]
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[SUPER=705-W. Palm Beach;]

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[SUPER=703-W. Palm Beach;]
[SUPER=701-Al Gore/(D) Presidential Candidate;]
[SUPER=703-Broward Co., FL;]
[SUPER=701-Ed Pozzuoli/Broward City GOP Chairman;]
[SUPER=701-Karen Hughes/Bush Spokesperson;]
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((West Palm Beach, Florida In a Tallahassee court-room this morning, a state judge will decide whether to extend the deadline to hand count votes from last week's Presidential election.
Democrats asked for more time after Florida's Secretary of State Katherine Harris said all ballots must be certified by 5pm this afternoon.

SOT: V.P Al Gore

"Look, I would not want to win the presidency by a few votes cast in error or misinterpreted or not counted."
Locator: Broward County The legal wrangling doesn't end there. Democrats say they'll go to court after election officials in Broward County decided against a county wide manual recount.

SOT: Ed Pozzuoli/Broward Cty. GOP Chairman

"Bottom line is there were no errors in the vote tabulations that were conducted on the recount or election night for that matter, so therefore there was no legal basis to go forward with a full manual recount.
Meanwhile, Republicans will decide today whether to continue their fight in the federal courts over hand counts in general.

SOT: Karen Hughes/Bush Campaign Spokesperson

"The people of Florida, deserve to have their votes counted fairly and accurately, not selectively or subjectively." ))
[LIVE=Jennifer Jones/FULL]
[SUPER=705-W. Palm Beach;]




[11NS-Layoffs]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jmi]
[TAPE#=00-33 TC1:57:53]
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More layoffs at Norfolk Southern.
The company announced yesterday it's laying off fourteen workers and closing its foundry in January.
This, after word Friday that 13 car shop employees would be let go-
That brings furloughs this year to nearly 10 percent of the company's workforce.
Jennifer Miele reports.
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[IN Q=In its glory days]
[SUPER=04-Norfolk Southern; :00]
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(( In its glory days, Norfolk Southern's foundry was an integral part of rail car part production.
But over the past few years, the company found it to be much more cost efficient to buy parts from outside manufacturers.
That, along with a decrease in rail car traffic has forced Norfolk Southern to close the foundry, and furlough 14 employees.
But this isn't the first of the N-S cutbacks. [PRE-PRO page 1]
On January 26, the company offered 1,200 of its employees an early retirement. Three days later, NS cut 550 union workers system-wide.
Then in April, 400 more employees were let go. [PRE-PRO page 2]
On August 8, Norfolk Southern fired 228 Roanoke Car Shop workers.
And just ten days later, the company offered another non-union buyout.
Finally, back in September, 215 rail team members furloughed, many of which live in Roanoke. [END Pre-pro]
To date, 2,844 workers have been let go system wide.
That means the company has reduced its workforce by just under 10% since January. [JEN'S STANDUP] [TC:01:12:04] [RUNS15] ((JENNIFER MIELE/REPORTING: IF YOU'RE WONDERING WHY THESE LAYOFFS ARE HAPPENING, YOU'RE NOT ALONE. THE COMPANY SAYS THEY ARE A RESULT OF A DECREASE IN COAL EXPORTS, BUT UNION LEADERS WE TALKED TO SAY THE FURLOUGHS ARE A DIRECT RESULT OF THE CONRAIL MERGER.
JENNIFER MIELE, NEWS 7, ROANOKE.))))


[11Pitts-Robbery]


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[WRITER=ejo]
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Two people have been arrested and charged with the armed robbery of a Pittsylvania County bank.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-Bank Photos;]


The county Sheriff's office say 20 year old Kion Davis of Chatham .. and a 17 year old .. held up the American National Bank's Chatham office November first.
[SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co./November 1;]


Both are charged with robbery .. and weapons counts.
Still no word on how much money was taken.
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[Clinton]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin]
[WRITER=kmc]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Bill Clinton]


President Clinton is heading on an Asian tour.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Kona, HI;]


After making a refueling stop in Hawaii, Mr. Clinton is on his way to Brunei.
He'll be attending his last APEC summit, a meeting of more than 20 Asia- Pacific leaders.
The meeting will focus on when to launch a new round of world trade talks.
The trip will also give Mr. Clinton a chance for farewell visits with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President (jahng zuh-MEEN) Jiang Zemin.
When the summit wraps up Thursday, Clinton will travel to Vietnam, becoming the first president to do so since the war.
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[Mideast-Peace]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin]
[WRITER=kmc]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Mideast Peace Talks]


Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak says peace negotiations can only go forward IF the Palestinians cut back on violence.
Barak spoke to a group of Jewish leaders in Chicago last night.
Aides say Barak also got U-S support for Israel's stance during a weekend meeting with President Clinton.
But during his speech, several hundred demonstrators gathered outside carrying Palestinian flags.

[11Death-Penalty]


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[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#=00-40 TC1:05:52]
[GRAPHIC=VA Death Penalty]


Is the Death penalty fair?
Virginia's legislative watchdog agency says it will study the death penalty next year.
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[VO-NAT]


The Joint Legislative Audit Review Commission will begin a year-long study.
Everything's on the table, from D-N-A evidence to the 21-day rule.
The study will kick off sometime in the spring.
That means the 2001 General Assembly is likely to table any discussion of death penalty issues, pending the study's report.
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[11JLARC-Graveyards]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#=00-39 TC1:05:10]
[GRAPHIC=None]


The graves of Virginia's Revolutionary War veterans are fast disappearing.
About 63-thousand may already be lost.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond;]


Yesterday, a legislative committee put a price tag on trying to save graves at 560 sites statewide.
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((KATHLEEN KILPATRICK/DEPT. OF HISTORIC RESOURCES: GRAVES OF ALL SORTS...PAVING... DEVELOPMENT.))
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[VO-NAT]


Lawmakers could vote next year to spend more than 100 thousand dollars a year to maintain just 700 of the two thousand graves which can be located and identified.
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[Local-Recap]
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[2-Shot=Kmc/Syo]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Now here's another look at today's top local stories:
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Norfolk Southern has announced it's laying off fourteen workers and closing its foundry in January.
This, after word Friday that 13 car shop employees would be let go-
The company cites a decrease in coal exports as the reason for the layoffs.

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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Shannon]

Southwest Virginia's first public Montessori school has been officially dedicated. A multi-million dollar grant from the U-S Department of Education helped Round Hill begin the transition to a Montessori school two years ago. Educators say the Montessori approach allows kids to work at their own pace, and that it's tailored to help boost Standards of Learning test scores.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Danville's new Main Post Office is open.
The new facility is located near Piedmont Mall at the corner of Westover and Piedmont Drive.
The main post office will offer a full service window, and 24 hour access to post office boxes, mail drops and postage vending machines.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Now here's Keith Humphry with a preview of News 7 at Six.
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