[Recount]

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Good Morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
The nation awaits the outcome of, not one, but TWO court rulings regarding recounts in the Presidential election.

While Vice President Al Gore is showing no signs of giving up his bid to become the 43rd President, George W- Bush continues working on transition plans.
Jennifer Jones has more election news this morning from Tallahassee, Florida.
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((This morning, Leon County Circuit Court Judge N. Sanders Sauls is expected to rule in case filed by Vice President Al Gore.
At issue: whether to recount 14 thousand contested ballots cast in Southern Florida. In closing arguments late last night, lawyers for Gore and Texas Governor George W. Bush made their final pleas.

SOT: David Boies/Gore Attorney



SOT: Barry Richard/Bush Attorney


Meanwhile in Washington, the U-S Supreme Court could rule at any time on whether Florida's Supreme Court overstepped its bounds by extending the deadline for hand counts to continue.
As the legal process works its way through the courts, Al Gore is again publicly pleading for patience. Appearing on the CBS News broadcast"60 Minutes," Gore said he has not considered conceding, but will work to bring the nation together, regardless the final outcome.

SOT: V.P. Al Gore/D-Presidential Candidate


But Bush running mate Dick Cheney is calling on Gore to throw in the towel.

SOT: Sec. Dick Cheney/R-V.P. Candidate


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[11Goins-Execution]


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The man convicted of one of the worst mass murders in Richmond history is scheduled to die by lethal injection this week.
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Christopher Goins shot and killed the parents and three siblings of his pregnant 14-year-old girlfriend six years ago.
Tamika Jones and her 18-month old sister survived. Jones says she plans to attend the execution Wednesday. Goins has an appeal pending before the U-S Supreme Court and has asked Governor Gilmore for clemency.
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[11Hokies-Bowl]


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The Hokies will spend New Year's Day in Florida. The team received its official invitation to the Gator Bowl last night. But Mike Stevens says the Hokies actually were hoping they would get invited to a much different postseason party.
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[Marketwatch]


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So far, not much holiday spirit for investors this month.
Concerns about a slowing economy, along with continued worries over the uncertain Presidential race are contributing to the stocks slump.
Here's Renay San Miguel with Marketwatch.
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(( NOVEMBER WAS NOTHING FOR INVESTORS TO GIVE THANKS ABOUT..SO AS WE GET DEEPER INTO THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, THE BIG QUESTION ON WALL STREET IS: ARE MORE LUMPS OF COAL HEADING FOR SHAREHOLDERS' CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS? UNCERTAINTY ABOUT THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION HAS GIVEN WAY TO THE USUAL FACTORS THAT CAN TURN THE MARKETS BEARISH: WORRIES ABOUT AN ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN AND EARNINGS WARNINGS FROM BIG COMPANIES.
THE FIRST TRADING DAY OF THE MONTH, LAST FRIDAY, STARTED WITH A BIG RALLY BUT BY THE TIME THE CLOSING BELL RANG, SELLING WAS BACK IN VOGUE:
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THE DOW, WHICH HAD BEEN UP BY TRIPLE DIGITS, ENDED DOWN NEARLY 41 POINTS...
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THE NASDAQ, THOUGH, STARTED THE MONTH WITH ITS FIRST GAINS IN FIVE SESSIONS..IT GAINED 47 POINTS BUT HAD BEEN UP BY 120...
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KEEP IN MIND..RECENTLY THE NASDAQ HASN'T BEEN ABLE TO STRING TOGETHER THREE UP DAYS IN A ROW..
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THAT WAS PAINFULLY EVIDENT FOR MANY INVESTORS IN NOVEMBER: THE DOW LOST FIVE PERCENT OF ITS VALUE DURING THE MONTH...THE NASDAQ LOST 23 PERCENT, ITS WORST PERFORMANCE IN A SINGLE MONTH SINCE THE CRASH OF OCTOBER '87..
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THE WEEK AHEAD SHOWS MORE ECONOMIC INDICATORS THAT COULD FACTOR INTO THE NEXT FEDERAL RESERVE MEETING ON DECEMBER 19TH. WE'LL HAVE THE LATEST FIGURES ON NEW HOME SALES, FACTORY ORDERS, PRODUCTIVITY, CONSUMER CREDIT, HOURLY EARNINGS AND THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE.
ONCAM=renay

SO WHAT'S ON INVESTORS' WISH LISTS FOR SANTA CLAUS? NO MORE EARNINGS WARNINGS LIKE THE ONES LAST WEEK THAT CRUNCHED GATEWAY COMPUTER AND FORD MOTOR COMPANY..AND A FED MEETING THAT ENDS WITH A NEUTRAL BIAS TOWARDS RAISING INTEREST RATES. ALL THAT.AND MAYBE A BRAND NEW BIKE TOO.

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FOR MORE MARKET NEWS, VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT CBS.MARKETWATCH.COM OR AOL KEYWORD MARKETWATCH.
ONCAM=renay


I'M RENAY SAN MIGUEL, CBS MARKETWATCH, NEW YORK. ))

[ANCHOR=KIM]
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Now here's an early look at the stock market.

[Delta-Pilots]


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Thousands of Delta Airlines passengers were left stranded over the weekend, after the carrier canceled nearly 300 flights.
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Delta pilots all over the country were taking part in a work slowdown.
The third largest airline in the U-S says many of its 49-hundred pilots have refused to work overtime while contract talks continue.
The Airline Pilots Association says its doesn't support the no- overtime campaign, but that pilots can decide individually whether to fly the extra hours.
Meanwhile, as Christmas approaches, Delta says it's putting together a plan to deal with future flight schedule problems.
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[Smoking]


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California is leading the way in efforts to get smokers to quit the habit.
A new government study shows lung cancer rates have dropped significantly in the last decade.
Sandra Hughes reports.
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CALIFORNIA'S TOUGH ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN WAS MEANT TO SHOCK PEOPLE INTO QUITTING.
AND ACCORDING TO A NEW GOVERNMENT STUDY THE IDEA WORKED...IN JUST 10 YEARS LUNG CANCER RATES IN CALIFORNIA HAVE DROPPED 14 PERCENT.
Sot: Stanton Glantz/ prof. Uc san fran./anti-smoking advocate "The fact that lung cancer is falling faster here than in the rest of the country shows the program reduces the number of people smoking and the incidences of disease. There are people who are alive today who would be dead otherwise."
IT ALL STARTED IN 1988 WHEN CALIFORNIA VOTERS PASSED A PROPOSITION TO ADD A 25 CENT PER PACK TAX ON TOBACCO PRODUCTS. TWO YEARS AGO THAT WAS INCREASED ANOTHER 50 CENTS.. THE PRICE OF SMOKING CAUSED MANY TO STOP.
THE TAX MONEY WAS USED TO FUND THE NATION'S MOST COMPREHENSIVE ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN OF TV ADS AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS.
Sot: The reasons it worked are it was large, very aggressive, went after tobacco smokers, demonized the tobacco industry and wasn't just focused on kids.
THE GOVERNMENT STUDY ALSO FOUND THAT SINCE THE LAUNCH OF CALIFORNIA'S PROGRAM, THE NUMBER OF ADULTS WHO SMOKE DECREASED FROM 22.8 PERCENT IN 1988 TO 18 PERCENT IN 1999.
ONE TOBACCO COMPANY SPOKESPERSON SAID THEY CONSIDER THE REPORT'S FINDINGS "WORTHWHILE"-HEALTH OFFICIALS CALL THEM "POWERFUL PROOF" OF WHAT WORKS..AND ONLY HOPE THAT CALIFORNIA'S SUCCESSES CAN BE DUPLICATED ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
SH CBS NEWS LA

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In medical news, communication between doctors and their patients is very important.
That includes telling the doctor your symptoms.
Doctor Dave Hnida explains in this morning's Health check.
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HOW GOOD ARE YOU AT TELLING YOUR SYMPTOMS TO YOUR DOCTOR? ITS A REALLY IMPORTANT THING TO BE ABLE TO DO- 90% OF THE TIME WE CAN MAKE THE DIAGNOSIS WITHOUT EVEN EXAMINING YOU OR ORDERING FANCY TESTS- JUST BY LISTENING. HERE ARE SOME TIPS.
GRFX FIRST- MAKE A LIST- AND AT THE TOP OF THAT LIST- WRITE YOUR MOST IMPORTANT OR SEVERE SYMPTOM- THAT'S THE ONE WE''LL PAY MOST ATTENTION TO YOU IF YOU'VE GOT A LONG LIST OF SYMPTOMS - I CAN GUARANTEE YOU WE
WONT BE LISTENING AS HARD BY SYMPTOM #10.


GRFX NEXT: MAKE A TIME LINE- THE ORDER OF WHEN YOUR SYMPTOMS APPEAR ARE VERY IMPORTANT.
GRFX AFTER THAT: BE SPECIFIC- FOR EXAMPLE- INSTEAD OF SAYING IT HURTS KIND OF BAD- RATE YOUR PAIN ON A SCALE OF 1-10. .. ALSO MAKE A NOTE OF WHAT MAKES YOUR SYMPTOMS BETTER OR WORSE.
GRFX FINALLY - TELL US WHAT YOUR WORRIED ABOUT THE MOST- IF YOU THINK THAT ACHE COULD BE A TUMOR- MAKE SURE WE KNOW THAT SO WE CAN EASE YOUR MIND.
ON CAM BOTTOM LINE- DON'T BE SHY- SO MAKE A LIST- SPEAK UP- BRING A FRIEND IF NECESSARY- ITS IMPORTANT THAT WHEN YOU LEAVE THE DOCTORS OFFICE- YOU'VE SPOKEN YOUR PIECE- AND HELPED US HELP YOU. I'M DR DAVE HNIDA FOR CBS NEWS.))

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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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Two key court rulings will likely come down today, as we enter another week of the controversial Presidential race.
A Florida state judge will rule on whether there should be more hand counts.
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While MOST eyes are on Florida's Presidential vote count, a couple in Smith Mountain Lake is following the election process in Haiti.
Hand - counted ballots are the norm in that country.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


And it was an open house for many historic homes in Salem over the weekend.
The homes were on display as part of a Salem Museum tour.
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And that's what's making news on this Monday, December 4th .
[ANCHOR=Shannon]


News 7 Mornin' will be right back.


[2-Recount]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Good Morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
After hearing two days of testimony, a Florida judge is expected to rule this morning on whether more ballots should be hand- counted OR if George W- Bush's certified victory stands.
Vice President Al Gore says he'll continue fighting for the White House.
But Bush, meanwhile, is still working on putting together his transition team.
He says he's confident HE'S the winner.
Jennifer Jones is in Tallahassee now with the latest on the legal and political battle for the Presidency.
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((This morning, Leon County Circuit Court Judge N. Sanders Sauls is expected to rule in case filed by Vice President Al Gore.
At issue: whether to recount 14 thousand contested ballots cast in Southern Florida. In closing arguments late last night, lawyers for Gore and Texas Governor George W. Bush made their final pleas.

SOT: David Boies/Gore Attorney



SOT: Barry Richard/Bush Attorney


Meanwhile in Washington, the U-S Supreme Court could rule at any time on whether Florida's Supreme Court overstepped its bounds by extending the deadline for hand counts to continue.
As the legal process works its way through the courts, Al Gore is again publicly pleading for patience. Appearing on the CBS News broadcast"60 Minutes," Gore said he has not considered conceding, but will work to bring the nation together, regardless the final outcome.

SOT: V.P. Al Gore/D-Presidential Candidate


But Bush running mate Dick Cheney is calling on Gore to throw in the towel.

SOT: Sec. Dick Cheney/R-V.P. Candidate


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[11VA-Voters]


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50-thousand Virginians either didn't vote for a presidential candidate last month or their votes were NOT counted.
The number of "nonvoters" makes up about 2 percent of the nearly 3-million ballots cast in Virginia. Election officials say there may have been machine errors, but most likely people were just expressing their lack of enthusiasm for any of the candidates. Elections Secretary Cameron Quinn is asking registrars across the state to send her totals of these nonvotes in response to questions about the ballot.


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Florida remains in the spotlight as the battle for the White House heats up in court. But a Smith Mountain lake couple has kept their eye on the voting process in Haiti - where hand counting ballots is the norm. As Kate Weidaw reports, they say the Haitian system really adds up.
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((Bob and Adele DellaValle-Rauth took part last month in a ten day trip with the International Coalition of Independent Observers to watch Haiti's November 26-th election.

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((ADELE DELLAVALLE-RAUTH: WE'RE JUST THERE TO OBSERVE TO MAKE SURE IT'S DONE IN AN ORDERLY FASHION THAT THERE IS NO INTIMIDATION.))
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Bob and Adele along with dozens of other observers from around the world watched as Haitian voters cast their ballot to elect a President. Bob describes the ballot as a simple piece of paper that didn't appear to cause confusion among voters.

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((BOB DELLAVALLE-RAUTH: THEY JUST SIMPLY PUT AN X IN THIS WHITE SPACE THERE'S NO PUNCHING OF HOLES.))
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Once their ballot is cast each Haitian voter is marked so they can't vote again.

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((ADELE DELLAVALLE-RAUTH: THEY TAKE THE VOTERS THUMB AND MAKE SURE THE INDELIBLE INK IS ON AND WIPE OFF THE INK WITH TOILET PAPER.))
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Once all the ballots are in, the hand counting process begins. And while hand counting is normal in Haiti, it's lead many to question Bob about America's way of counting ballots.

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((BOB DELLAVALLE-RAUTH: HOW COME YOU'RE HERE OBSERVING OUR ELECTION WHEN YOU HAVE SUCH A MESS IN FLORIDA.))
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The DellaValle-Rauth's say while Haiti is learning from America's way of democracy, America could learn from Haiti's election process that causes little confusion for the country. Kate Weidaw News 7 Huddleston.))



[Endeavor]


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[WRITER=kmc]
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Another accomplished mission for NASA--
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The Space Shuttle Endeavor crew successfully attached the world's largest, most powerful set of solar panels to the international space station yesterday.
The 600- million -dollar solar panels will provide power to the newly inhabited space station.
Two more spacewalks are planned tomorrow and Thursday to finish wiring the solar wings and to install other equipment.
The solar wings will make the space station one of the brightest objects in the night sky.
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[11Feedback]


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Viewers speak out on a variety of issues including Frank Beamer's decision to stay at Tech and the Virginia Gas Pipeline proposal. Here's assignment editor Joe McKean with News 7's Feedback.
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((The day Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer decided to turn down the Tarheels, it was the top story for most viewers.
But some thought we played it up too much.
From Callaway, [Jack Blake] one wrote: I cannot believe you would open your six o'clock news with a story about Beamer staying at Virginia Tech. Who really cares where he stays or goes. This is sports news and belongs in the sports section of the newscast, not in the opening. Instead of Virginia Tech paying the football coach that kind of money, maybe they should have given that paid increase to the professor who actually teaches the students.
Just down the road, another viewer said: [Tom Helmstutler Martinsville]
I don't know which news story got old first--the vote counter giving the fisheye to a ballot in Florida, or the Coach Beamer saga. I'm sorry he decided to stay. Most employers expect a little more loyalty when they sign a contract.
The Florida recount continues to irk some viewers: [James Nichols Wytheville] I as an American feel it is time to bring this election to a close. Governor George Bush has won this election. It is time for America to begin healing.
And we also received a compliment for our continuing coverage of the Virginia Gas pipeline issue.[Maggie C. Drewry]

[Roanoke]: I am fortunate to live where the pipeline would not affect me; however, I can tell you that I would be shouting from the loudest mountain top if someone wanted to cut a 75 foot wide path through my trees! Please continue to keep us informed. And thanks to your entire organization for doing such a great professional job.
Send your letters to News-7 PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
Our fax number: 343-7269.
The email address: news@wdbj7.com.
And our website has an online forum.
Joe McKean, News-7.))


[11Home-Tour]


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Some historic homeowners in Salem opened their doors to the public over the weekend.
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Their homes were on display as part of a tour set up by the Salem Museum. The Evans Weber home on Broad Street drew the largest crowd. Some of the distinct features in each home were their fire places, high ceilings, and wood work. The Museum's curator says they ask homeowners to try and keep their homes as authentic as possible.
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((JOHN LONG/SALEM MUSEUM: A HOUSE THAT'S BUILD IN THE 1840'S BUT THE ADDS ALUMINUM SIDING IS KIND OF MISSING SOMETHING SO WE TRY TO ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO KEEP THEM AS HISTORICALLY ACCURATE AS POSSIBLE.))
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This was the sixth year the Holiday Homes tour was held.
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[Local-Recap]
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


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


50-thousand Virginians either didn't vote for a presidential candidate last month or their votes were NOT counted.
The number of "nonvoters" makes up about 2 percent of the nearly 3-million ballots cast in Virginia. Elections Secretary Cameron Quinn is asking registrars across the state to send her totals of these nonvotes in response to questions about the ballot.

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[ANCHOR=Shannon]

Convicted murderer Christopher Goins is scheduled to die by lethal injection this week. Goins shot and killed the parents and three siblings of his pregnant 14-year-old girlfriend six years ago. Goins has an appeal pending before the U-S Supreme Court and has asked Governor Gilmore for clemency.

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Virginia Tech is going to the Gator Bowl.
The team received its official invitation last night.
The Hokies will face Clemson New Year's Day.
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Now here's Keith Humphry with a preview of News 7 at Six.
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