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Today on News 7 at 5, we have two breaking stories out of Florida. First two planes collide in midair over Sarasota

. Also the state supreme court decides if hand recounts can continue in that state's Presidential election
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And a woman and her family is apparently taken a gunpoint from Salem.
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On health check, we'll see if all the anti-smoking messages are getting through to teenagers,
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and we'll see what how a website is updating the images of the founding fathers.
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Will a judge overrule the decision made by Florida's Secretary of State and allow hand counts in four Florida Counties?

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Good Evening.
The Florida Supreme Court just moments ago said yes to recounts- the ruling was unanimous.
The action was in response to lawsuits filed by several counties and the Bush and Gore campaigns.
Drew Levinson is in Tallahassee- with the latest.
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(( In this election that has become bogged down in legalities and words such as chads and dimples, the only real action is going on in Broward County. Thats where the votes are being recounted by hand. But the jurys still out on whether theyll ever be added to the states final tally. Broward and Palm Beach County asked secretary of state Katherine Harris for more time to finish. Harris a republican said no.
DON EVANS/ BUSH ADVISOR: How can a manual recount be accurate when the ballots are changing before our very eyes. Thats why Democrats and Republicans were back in a Tallahassee Courthouse today. : The Democrats argue Harris violated a court orderand didnt carefully consider the requests for more time.
DEXTER DOUGLAS /GORE CAMPAIGN: The secretary did not excercise her discretion lawfully in the manner contemplated by this court's direction. The secretary of states lawyer says she followed Florida law. JOESPH KLOCK/SECRETARY OF STATE'S LEGAL ADVISOR. THE SECRETARY OF STATE TOOK ENORMOUS CARE TO MAKE SURE SHE DID NOT VIOLATE YOUR ORDER. And the recount battle rages on across the border in Georgia. There the republicans are appealing in federal court in Atlanta to stop the handcounts. And finally while Broward moves on with the recount Palm Beach remains idle waiting for legal advice to find out if and when it should begin. .BUSH WILL NOT CONTEST IOWA...DREW LEVINSON.))

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The two men competing for the White House have two very different styles. Lee Cowan takes a look at how they are both coping with what must seem like the longest week of their lives.
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For a race so UNBEARABLY CLOSE -- the two campaigns couldn't be FARTHER APART on how they're handling the wait of the past few days.
Since returning to Washington, Vice President Al Gore has been VISIBLE and VOCAL.

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"Good morning..."

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He's made sure the cameras caught him going back to work at the White House -- and on Sunday -- looking upbeat and confident -- heading off to church.

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"wonderful morning.."

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And his campaign couldn't have been happier than when cameras caught the Vice President and his running mate waving to cheering crowds at a movie theater -- relaxing on a Saturday night.

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By Contrast, George W. Bush has spent the SAME time cloistered at his ranch in Crawford Texas -- some 90 miles away from the Governor's mansion, where most of the media is camped out.

His campaign has referred nearly every question to its legal team in Florida -- headed by former Secretary of State James Baker.

It wasn't until Wednesday night -- when the Vice President made a carefully timed appearance designed to break into network news broadcasts, that the Texas Governor was forced to rush back to Austin to respond in kind -- only to leave minutes after it was over to head back to the solitude of his ranch.

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"The Bush camp maintains the governor is trying to stay above the fray -- letting his best people work out the legal wranglings while HE focuses on state business. The Gore campaign says the Vice President is intent on showing the nation he remains involved in the process. Two approaches to a battle that is as much about politics as it is about PR. Lee Cowan CBS News, Austin." ))

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Two small planes have collided in mid-air near Sarasota, Florida.
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The Federal Aviation Administration says less than an hour ago a military F-16 fighter jet collided with a small civilian plane about 20 miles from the McDill Air force Base. At least two people have been reported killed. A spokesman for the Manatee County Department of Public Safety, says the pilot of the military jet parachuted to safety.
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A woman was abducted at gunpoint in Salem today, along with her three children.
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Kimberly Powell had been staying with her step-father on Parkdale Drive.
At about 8:40 this morning, her ex-husband allegedly broke into the house and ordered Kimberly and the kids into her van.
All five drove off together, including Kimberly, her nine year old daughter, eight-year old son and nine- month old baby.
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The suspect, 39-year old Glenn Dexter Powell, is from Greensboro.
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They were last seen driving away in her teal-green Mazda Van, bearing North Carolina license plate: N-S-L- -6-6-7-0.
Tonight Salem police say that a bank in Winchester reported Kimberly Powell's credit card was used at 1:40 this afternoon in Winchester.

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Christiansburg says it may have disposed of asbestos improperly. We'll have the details after this break.
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Plus it's an important moment in World History as Bill Clinton becomes the first American president to visit Viet Nam since the war.
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The Roanoke County Fire Chief is warning people to keep clothes and other flammable materials out of their furnace rooms
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after a fire damaged a townhouse at the Brookside North complex today. The chief says gasoline leaked into the furnace area and ignited, causing about 75-thousand-dollars of smoke and heat damage. The residents were not home at the time of the fire but one of their cats died.
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The construction of a new Walmart Supercenter in Bedford has some residents worried about local history being dug up and disturbed.
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History buffs say this patch of land next to the new store was the home to several gravesites of Civil War soldiers.
The land is being graded and the dirt is being used as fill at the construction site next door.
But concern over the graves halted work this week while research into the burials is done.
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((ELLEN WANDREI/BEDFORD CITY-COUNTY MUSEUM: THAT'S WHY WE'RE COPYING INFORMATION ON HOSPITALS HERE AN WHAT INFORMATION WE HAVE ON THE ACTUAL SKIRMISH THAT TOOK PLACE, SO THAT THEY CAN BETTER DOCUMENT WHO THEY THINK WAS THERE AND WHAT THEY KNOW ABOUT IT. OF COURSE, THERE WILL BE A LOT OF INTERVIEWS PROBABLY OF PEOPLE WHO REMEMBER THAT AREA.))
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Officials say the graves are probably of soldiers killed during a clash between local forces and Union General David Hunter as he marched to Lynchburg in 1864.
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The Department of Labor is investigating a complaint that workers for the town of Christiansburg illegally removed and dumped asbestos.
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Town workers were told to remove old sewer pipe from this Reading Road neighborhood in order to upgrade sewer service to Falling Branch Industrial Park.
Town officials say the workers hauled the old asbestos pipe and dumped it at the Christiansburg Industrial Park, without knowing it contained asbestos.
The pipe contained 15 to 20 percent asbestos.
It was removed from the site yesterday.
Asbestos is harmful if fibers get into the air and are inhaled.
We'll have more information for you one the complaint and investigation on News-7 at 6.
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President Clinton is in Vietnam tonight-in a history making visit.
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Clinton is the first U-S president to visit Vietnam since the war ended a quarter century ago.
Clinton and daughter Chelsea arrived at the airport- welcomed by a small delegation.
The streets were lined as Clinton motorcaded from Hanois airport to his downtown hotel.
There was only some cheering though- mostly the Vietnamese were curious- Clinton is the president who established diplomatic ties with a United Vietnam five years ago.
Hillary Clinton is also in Vietnam . She arrived ahead of the President- and is expected to meet with women's groups during her visit.
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Coming next on the newscast, we'll meet a man whose talent is a cut above the rest when it comes to decorating for the holidays.
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Just in time for the Holidays... a master wood carver is on his way to Roanoke to carve nativity scenes.
An art that is amazing to watch... you can get a front row seat at tomorrow's carving performance.
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Jacey Birch is at Black Forest Gifts in Roanoke Co. where preparations are being made for the experts' arrival.
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Today on Health check, we'll see if young people are getting the message about the dangers of smoking cigarettes,
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and we'll see a growing trend in the insurance industry as more families buy health policies for their pets.
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There's insurance for just about everything that's important to you: from your car, to your home and even health.
But what about you're pet.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells there is pet health insurance available -- and it's been around for years.


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Jean,
The reality is that pets are just as likely to need the same medical services as any other family member.
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And with more advanced and expensive procedures for animals -- it's an option more people are considering.
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Fisher says she found out the hard way how expensive pet care can be when something goes wrong.
Remington has recurrent staph infections and has to take injections --but because it was a preexisting condition, her insurance policy doesn't cover the treatment.
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Trish says she pays about 40 dollars a month per dog and that covers everything from emergency services to routine care, such as dental cleanings and prescription medications.
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Doctor David Rolfe of Roanoke Animal Hospital says sometimes in those situation the animal has to be put down because the owner can't afford to pay -- so he believes pet health insurance could save lives.
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For more information about pet insurance you can talk to your local veterinarian.
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The Great American Smokeout is almost over for the year and while the no-smoking message continues to be pounded home by health care experts, teachers and parents, children are still lighting up. Cathy Moss reports.
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((ANOTHER GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT ... ANOTHER CHANCE TO KICK THE HABIT FOR GOOD. THIS IS THE DAY WHEN THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY SAYS MORE PEOPLE TRY TO QUIT SMOKING THAN EVEN ON NEW YEAR'S DAY.
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"I'D LIKE A CIGARRETTE NOW."
BETSIE VAN BUREN SMOKES ABOUT A PACK A DAY. SHE STARTED WHEN SHE WAS A TEEN AND WAS HOPING THAT TODAY WOULD BE THE DAY SHE QUIT. BUT BY 8AM, HER GOAL WENT UP IN SMOKE.

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"MY FRIEND CALLED THIS MORNING, ASKED ME IF I HAD QUIT, WHEN I TOLD THEM NO THEY SAID OH BETSIE."
((MOSS STANDUP)) JUST LIKE BETSIE -- WHO STARTED SMOKING AS A TEEN -- THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY SAYS THIS YEAR TEENS ARE SMOKING NOW MORE THAN EVER. IN FACT, 87-THOUSAND TEENS PICK UP THE HABIT EACH YEAR.
BUT THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY BELIEVES THE KEY TO PROTECTING KIDS IS MAKING SURE THEY NEVER PICK UP THE HABIT ... A HABIT THAT KILLS FOUR MILLION PEOPLE EACH YEAR WORLDWIDE.
AS FOR WHAT HELPS SMOKERS QUIT, DOCTORS RECOMMEND NICOTINE SUBSTITUTES ... FOUND IN THE PATCH, GUMS, AND NASAL SPRAYS. BUT MANY SMOKERS STILL TRY TO QUIT COLD TURKEY.

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SO IF YOU MISSED OUT ON THIS YEAR'S GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT, BREATHE EASY, JUST MAKE A FRESH START ON YOUR OWN TOMORROW. CATHY MOSS, FOR CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))


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Welcome everybody to the Thursday night ticker.
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The UVa football team desperately needs a win Saturday against NC State to keep alive its slim hopes of making it to a bowl. The Wolfpack is already bowl eligible - but don't look for State to relax just because of that fact.
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And remember the game will not be on TV anywhere Saturday.

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The Virginia men's basketball team opens the season tomorrow night against Long Island University. Steve Mason has a preview.
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Virginia and Long Island tip it off at 7:30 Friday night at University Hall. Steve Mason News 7 sports.))
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six, some Tech players helped out at the area's Fellowship of Christian athletes meeting this morning. Plus, the Friday Football Extra schedule for tomorrow night's regional championship games is all set.
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[GO TO PINNACLE] And don't forget that this Saturday afternoon you can watch the 2000 Iron Bowl between Auburn and Alabama right here on WDBJ-7. Take care everybody and have a safe night. [go to break]

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With the confusion over the presidential election, we've heard a lot lately about the founding fathers of our country.
Our website of the day is dedicated to the men who designed our system of government.
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The History Channel says it is the place where history comes alive, but you have to wonder if these 18th century historical figures were ever this lively.
The channel is using these rapping founding fathers to attract a younger audience and to shed its stuffy image. The musical salute may be a little irreverent, but if you want a quick history lesson in a different format, check out our website of the day.
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