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A fire last night in Roanoke claims the life of an elderly woman.
Firefighters and family members say they did all they could, but weren't able to rescue her.
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And we may know soon whether those hand recounts will continue--
The battle for the Presidency continues in Florida's supreme court.
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Start your work week with us-- News 7 Mornin is next.

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An elderly Roanoke woman is dead after fire engulfed her home last night. Loved ones say they tried to reach her... but the fire was too intense. Teresa Hamilton has more.
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[nat sound] ((Authorities say the fire appears to have started on the first floor of this home on Stewart Avenue... shortly before midnight. Fire fighters did what they could-- but say the heat and flames spread quickly making their job difficult.
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((JENNIFER FAULKNER/CITY SPOKESPERSON: THEY SAID THAT PRETTY MUCH THE WHOLE FIRST FLOOR OF THE HOUSE WAS ENGULFED AND IT WAS A PRETTY INTENSE FIRE WHEN THEY DID GET HERE.)) [runs10]
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When the fire broke out... there was seven people inside. Family members say everyone except Alein (A-lean) Akers managed to escape. Akers had suffered a stroke and was partially paralyzed. They say loved ones tried to reach her... but the fire was too much. Robert Long lives next door.
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((ROBERT LONG/NEIGHBOR: THEY WERE REAL NICE PEOPLE AND I DIDN'T HAVE ANY PROBLEMS WITH THEM OR ANYTHING, THEY WERE REAL NICE, I HATE TO SEE THAT THIS HAPPENED.)) [runs08]
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Authorities hope to know what caused the fire... later today.

Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Roanoke.))[11Plane-Crash]


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Authorities expect to officially learn today the identity of a man found with the wreckage of a private airplane in Patrick County. Meantime, investigators are looking for clues into what caused the plane to go down. The Civil Air Patrol had been searching for the single engine plane since it disappeared off radar November 9-th .. [TAKE FULL SCREEN MAP] They located the charred debris on Bull Mountain, five miles north of Stuart Saturday. Kate Weidaw reports.
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(( More then a week after the small single engine plane disappeared off radar, the Civil Air Patrol spotted a badly burned aircraft on Bull Mountain Saturday afternoon. Officials can only reach the plane by foot because of the rough terrain on the mountain.

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((CLAUDE BOWMAN/PATRICK CO. CHIEF DEPUTY: IT'S PROBABLY A MILE OR TWO BACK DOWN IN A DEEP HOLLAR A LOT OF UNDER GROWTH,REAL STEEP AND ROCKY.))
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The plane had taken off from College Park Maryland and was enroute to Greenville, South Carolina .. The plane was last seen on radar near Diggs Mountain - so the search narrowed from a four state area to Nelson County last week. The pilot was found dead in the cockpit, his identity has not been released. Right now officials are trying to figure out how they're going to get the plane off the mountain.

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((CLAUDE BOWMAN: THE PLAN IS ABOUT LIKE THIS IT'S STICKING INTO THE MOUNTAIN.))
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The FAA will be at the crash site Monday afternoon to try and figure out why this plane crashed into the mountain. Kate Weidaw News 7 Patrick County.))
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[Recount]


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Will the hand recounts continue, OR will a winner be declared?
The fate of the nation's Presidency lies in the hands of Florida's Supreme Court.
Terisa Estacio reports.
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[SUPER=701-Dick Thornburgh/Former Attorney General; :19]
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[SUPER=701-Terisa Estacio/Reporting; 1:27]
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(( Locator: Tallahassee, FL Later today, Florida's State Supreme Court will hear oral arguments over the legitimacy of hand-counts underway in several contested counties.
Republicans insist that Secretary of State Katherine Harris has the right to certify the vote without including the manual recounts.

SOT: Dick Thornburgh/Fmr. Attorney General

"It seems to me that it is self defeating to say that we should begin to recount these votes by hand at really a discontent over the original ballot counts."
But Democrats maintain the hand counts must go forward.

SOT: Sen. Joe Lieberman/D-V.P. Candidate

"We want the next president whoever he is to take office with a sense of legitimacy about them without millions of the American people who supported the other candidate to say we were robbed."
And it's not just the manual counts that are generating controversy. Republicans charge that Democrats conspired to disqualify hundreds of overseas absentee ballots because they were improperly postmarked. These votes traditionally favor G-O-P candidates.

SOT: Sen. Joe Lieberman/D-V.P. Candidate

"Al Gore and I would never tolerate any specific policy by anyone representing us that was aimed at singling out votes from our military abroad."
Meanwhile, the two men who hope to win the White House stayed out of the spotlight this weekend. Both Texas Governor George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore went to church with their families..neither man commenting on today's hearing in Tallahassee.
Stand-Up: Terisa Estacio/CBS News The hearing begins this afternoon at two o'clock local time. Each side will have one hour to make their case. But regardless of the outcome, the legal wrangling will likely continue. Terisa Estacio, CBS News, Tallahassee, Florida.
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A Botetourt County man was killed by a homemade explosive. Investigators say 20 year old Michael William Henry of Fincastle was with friends when he detonated the device off Craig's Creek Road, near Eagle Rock Saturday night. Henry apparently placed the explosive next to a grinding wheel on a picnic table.
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((SHERIFF RONALD SPRINKLE/BOTETOURT CO. SHERIFF: IT WAS JUST LIKE A MISSILE WHEN HE LIT IT HE LIT THE FUSE HE TURNED TO GET OUT OF THE WAY THE CANISTER EXPLODED AND APPARENTLY A PIECE OF METAL HIT THE MAN IN THE BACK AND TRAVELED UP TO HIS LUNG LODGING INTO ONE OF HIS LUNGS.))
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Henry died while being transported by a car from the scene. Sheriff Sprinkle says charges could result from further investigation.

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A teenager is being questioned in connection with the shooting death of an Amherst County man. Sheriff's deputies responded to a home on River Road in Madison Heights early yesterday morning and found 39-year-old Mac Christian Freeman with a gunshot wound to the chest. Freeman later died at Lynchburg General Hospital. A 17-year-old at the home was taken into custody. Police have NOT said if any charges have been filed. They believe the shooting stemmed from an argument over the telephone.

[11Roanoke-Co-Fire]


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Fire damage a home in Roanoke County.
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It took firefighters about an hour yesterday morning to bring the flames under control at this home on Bradshaw Road.

One woman was inside the house when the fire broke out - she was not injured. There's no estimate yet on the extent of damage to the home ..
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[Health-Check]


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In medical news, if you're scared of needles, Doctor Dave Hnida has some helpful tips that can get you through your next shot. Here's this morning's Health check.
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((Information: ON CAM IF GIVING BLOOD OR GETTING A SHOT MAKES YOU WEAK IN THE KNESS, YOU'RE NOT ALONE. ITS ESTIMATED ABOUT ONE PERSON IN TEN SUFFERS FROM NEEDLE PHOBIA- IN SOME PEOPLE- NEEDLE PHOBIA IS SO SEVERE THEY AVOID ANY AND ALL MEDICAL AND DENTAL CARE

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SO WHAT CAUSES THIS FEAR OF POINTY OBJECTS- HARD TO SAY BUT WE DO KNOW THAT NEEDLE PHOBIA TENDS TO RUN IN FAMILIES.. AND WHAT HAPPENS IS WHEN THAT NEEDLE PIERCES THE SKIN- THEY GET COLD CLAMMY AND FAINT.- AND WE DO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS THERE- SOMETHING CALLED A VASO VAGAL REFLEX- IT SIMPLY MEANS YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE DROPS AND YOUR PULSE SLOWS- DOWN TO THE POINT WHERE YOU CAN STAND UP AND THEN TUMBLE TO THE GROUND. SO IF YOU AND NEEDLES DONT GET ALONG- HERE ARE SOME POINTERS-
GRFX FIRST- LET US KNOW YOU'VE GOT A PROBLEM WITH NEEDLES. THAT WAY WE'RE NOT IN FOR A BIG SURPRISE .
GRFX SECOND- BRING A FRIEND TO HOLD YOU HAND OR GIVE YOU A HUG OR DRAG YOU IN..
GRFX THREE. LIE DOWN. NEVER GET A SHOT STANDING- OR EVEN SITTING-- IF YOU LIE DOWN AND THAT REFLEX HAPPENS- YOU'LL STILL GET ENOUGH BLOOD FLOWING TO YOUR HEAD TO KEEP FROM FAINTING.
GRFX AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST- TIGHTEN UP- DO NOT RELAX WHEN GETTING A SHOT. TENSING YOUR MUSCLES CAN KEEP THAT FAINTING REFLEX FROM KICKING IN.
ON CAM ONCE AGAIN- DON'T FEEL GUILTY OR ASHAMED OF REACTING THIS WAY TO NEEDLES- I KNOW A LOT OF DOCTORS WHO GIVE THEM- BUT CANT TAKE THEM. IM DR DAVE HNIDA FOR CBS NEWS.))

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Here's a look at today's top stories.
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Fire destroyed a Roanoke home last night and left an elderly woman dead. Family members were unable to rescue the woman, who was partially paralyzed from a stroke.
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Authorities expect to identify the victim found in a small plane that was missing for more than a week.
Searchers had combed Nelson County for days, before locating the wreckage in Patrick County.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


And four skiers die in an avalanche in the Austrian Alps.
Rescue crews needed the help of specially- trained dogs as they combed through up to 20 feet of snow.
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And that's what's making news on this Monday, November 20th .
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News 7 Mornin' will be right back.


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An elderly Roanoke woman died following a fire at her home.
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The blaze broke out at this home on Stewart Avenue shortly before midnight. There were seven people at home at the time. Family members say everyone managed to get out except Alein (A-lean) Akers... who was partially paralyzed from a stroke. Loved ones say they tried to reach her but the flames were too intense. Robert Long lives next door.
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((when you looked outside how bad was the flames? ROBERT LONG/NEIGHBOR: REAL BAD, THE HEAT GO SO INTENSE IT MELTED MY VINYL SIDING ON THE SIDE OF MY HOUSE SO YOU KNOW IT HAD TO BE HOT.))
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Family members say the fire appears to have started in Akers bedroom.
Authorities hope to know the cause of the fire, later today.
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Searchers found the wreckage of a small plane that had been missing for more than a week in Patrick County. Authorities expect to officially identify the body of a man found with the wreckage today. Meantime, investigators continue looking for clues into what caused the plane to go down. The Civil Air Patrol had been searching for the single engine plane since it disappeared off radar November 9-th .. [TAKE FULL SCREEN MAP] They located the charred debris on Bull Mountain, five miles north of Stuart Saturday. Kate Weidaw reports.
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(( More then a week after the small single engine plane disappeared off radar, the Civil Air Patrol spotted a badly burned aircraft on Bull Mountain Saturday afternoon. Officials can only reach the plane by foot because of the rough terrain on the mountain.

[SOT 19:29]
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((CLAUDE BOWMAN/PATRICK CO. CHIEF DEPUTY: IT'S PROBABLY A MILE OR TWO BACK DOWN IN A DEEP HOLLAR A LOT OF UNDER GROWTH,REAL STEEP AND ROCKY.))
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The plane had taken off from College Park Maryland and was enroute to Greenville, South Carolina .. The plane was last seen on radar near Diggs Mountain - so the search narrowed from a four state area to Nelson County last week. The pilot was found dead in the cockpit, his identity has not been released. Right now officials are trying to figure out how they're going to get the plane off the mountain.

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((CLAUDE BOWMAN: THE PLAN IS ABOUT LIKE THIS IT'S STICKING INTO THE MOUNTAIN.))
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The FAA will be at the crash site Monday afternoon to try and figure out why this plane crashed into the mountain. Kate Weidaw News 7 Patrick County.))
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[WRITER=kmc]
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While the two men vying for the White House are keeping a low profile, while the legal battle of their lives unfolds in Florida.
Today in the state supreme court, a battle over manual recounts.
Al Gore wants them to continue--
George W- Bush wants a winner declared.
Terisa Estacio has more.
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[SUPER=703-Tallahassee, FL; :00]
[SUPER=701-Dick Thornburgh/Former Attorney General; :19]
[SUPER=701-Joe Lieberman/(D) Vice Pres. Candidate; :32]
[SUPER=701-Terisa Estacio/Reporting; 1:27 ]
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(( Locator: Tallahassee, FL Later today, Florida's State Supreme Court will hear oral arguments over the legitimacy of hand-counts underway in several contested counties.
Republicans insist that Secretary of State Katherine Harris has the right to certify the vote without including the manual recounts.

SOT: Dick Thornburgh/Fmr. Attorney General

"It seems to me that it is self defeating to say that we should begin to recount these votes by hand at really a discontent over the original ballot counts."
But Democrats maintain the hand counts must go forward.

SOT: Sen. Joe Lieberman/D-V.P. Candidate

"We want the next president whoever he is to take office with a sense of legitimacy about them without millions of the American people who supported the other candidate to say we were robbed."
And it's not just the manual counts that are generating controversy. Republicans charge that Democrats conspired to disqualify hundreds of overseas absentee ballots because they were improperly postmarked. These votes traditionally favor G-O-P candidates.

SOT: Sen. Joe Lieberman/D-V.P. Candidate

"Al Gore and I would never tolerate any specific policy by anyone representing us that was aimed at singling out votes from our military abroad."
Meanwhile, the two men who hope to win the White House stayed out of the spotlight this weekend. Both Texas Governor George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore went to church with their families..neither man commenting on today's hearing in Tallahassee.
Stand-Up: Terisa Estacio/CBS News The hearing begins this afternoon at two o'clock local time. Each side will have one hour to make their case. But regardless of the outcome, the legal wrangling will likely continue. Terisa Estacio, CBS News, Tallahassee, Florida.
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Japan's Prime Minister may lose his job today.
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Parliament is prepared to vote today on a NO- confidence motion to remove Yoshiro Mori from office.
This after Mori's disapproval rating soared to above 70- percent due to some diplomatic mistakes.
Opposition leaders say they'll submit the NO- confidence motion today, with a vote expected before midnight.
Mori assumed office in April, and would become the first prime minister to lose a confidence vote since 19-93.
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[Avalanche]


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An avalanche killed four people at a ski resort in the Austrian Alps over the weekend.
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Three members of a German ski club died instantly.
The fourth man died en route to the hospital after rescue workers pulled him from the snow.
Rescue crews struggled with nearly 20 feet of snow until all other skiers were accounted for.
Last winter, 39 people died in avalanches in Austria.
This latest incident comes after a fire inside an Austrian tunnel killed 155 people last weekend.
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[11NAACP-President]


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The Roanoke chapter of the N-Double-A-C-P has elected a new president.
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Brenda Hale defeated Evangeline Jeffrey by a vote of 61 to 59. Hale ran against incumbent president Martin Jeffrey in 1998 and appeared to have won until N-double-A-C-P officials nullified the election because of irregularities. Hale says as President she hopes to establish a better relationship with the police department.
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((BRENDA HALE/NAACP PRES. ELECT: I THINK IF WE INTERVENE IN A VERY POSITIVE WAY AND KEEP THAT LINE OF COMMUNICATION OPEN WE CAN SIT DOWN AND ADDRESS ISSUES HERE LOCALLY BEFORE WE HAVE TO TAKE THEM ANY WHERE ELSE.))
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Hale also says she'll focus on education. Her two year term begins next month.


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Viewers speak out on a variety of topics in this week's Feedback.
Assignment editor Joe McKean has more.
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((A profile of a longtime gay rights activist brought criticism from a viewer in Salem [Lisa Reynolds.]
"Some of his comments were disgusting and you gave him free advertising. Do you give the same kind of attention to the people who are trying to wipe out pornography and smut in our community and nation:...The media have a great responsibility to the public and you fail so often, giving so much attention to the ugly and bad that are destroying our nation, our people and our families."
Tech football coach Frank Beamer has been getting a lot of attention as a possible candidate for the same job at Alabama.
News-7 sports director Mike Stevens has been following that story. Here's part of one report from last Thursday morning.
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A Crimson Tide fan from Christiansburg [Misti Acosta] thought Mike's comments were out of bounds.
"I felt like he was saying the Alabama program is a joke because of the season the team has had. If Mr. Stevens knew anything about football, he would realize that most people would jump at the opportunity to be part of a program with the history Alabama holds...Virginia Tech's 15 minutes of fame are coming to a close. In five years, the country will be saying: "Virginia Tech, who?"; whereas everyone will always know the Alabama Crimson Tide."
For the record, Alabama's woes continued Saturday. The Tide got shutout nine to nothing, its fifth straight loss.
The city of Roanoke's new police precinct in a northwest neighborhood brought this note:
"Those of us who live on Lafayette Boulevard are happy to see the new police station open in our neighborhood...However, until the city aggressively addresses the issue of gangs...we can open all of the new police stations we want and it won't make much of a difference."
Our mailing address is PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
The fax number is 343-7269.
Email should be sent to news@wdb7.com.
And our website, wdbj7.com, has an online forum.
Joe McKean, News-7."))




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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


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


Authorities hope to know today what caused the fire that destroyed a home and left an elderly Roanoke woman dead.
The blaze broke out at this home on Stewart Avenue shortly before midnight.
Seven people were home at the time.
Family members say everyone managed to get out except Alein (A-lean) Akers... who was partially paralyzed from a stroke.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Shannon]


Authorities expect to officially identify the body of a man today found with the wreckage of a private airplane in Patrick County over the weekend.
The Civil Air Patrol had been searching for the single engine plane since it disappeared off radar November 9-th ..


They located the charred debris on Bull Mountain, five miles north of Stuart Saturday.


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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Brenda Hale has been elected president of the Roanoke chapter of the N-Double-A-C-P. Hale defeated Evangeline Jeffrey by a vote of 61 to 59. Hale says as President she hopes to establish a better relationship with the police department. She also says she'll focus on education.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Now here's Robin Reed with a preview of News 7 at Six.
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