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Today on News 7, the fate of the U-S Presidency is back in the Florida legal system. We'll have a live report.
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and people in a small Iowa town have to run for there lives following an explosion.
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In other news, a legendary figure in the U-S Navy finds a new home in Virginia. We'll have that story.
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Also two models of scooters are being recalled. We'll have the details.
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With that-Florida's high court began- as it takes up the Presidential Election AGAIN.

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If you think it's getting more confusing- you're right.
Two different courts- three different cases- and possibly each ruling could determine who wins the Presidency.
From the Flroida Supreme court to circuit court- the cases are being heard.
Drew Levinson has the latest live from Tallahassee.
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((STANDING BEFORE FLORIDAS HIGHEST COURT, THE DEMOCRATS REPEATED WHAT HAS NOW BECOME A FAMILIAR THEME. DAVID BOISE, GORE ATTORNEY, "WE'VE BEEN TRYING TO GET THESE BALLOTS COUNTED FOR MANY WEEKS NOW. ONCE AGAIN, AL GORE'S LEAD ATTORNEY ASKED THE SEVEN JUSTICES TO ORDER THE RECOUNT OF ABOUT 14,000 DISPUTED BALLOTS.. THE REPUBLICANS REPEATEDLY COUNTEREDTHERES NO REASON TO DO IT. "THERE ISN'T A SINGLE SHRED OF EVIDENCE... THE REPUBLICANS ARGUED...VOTER ERROR WAS NOT ENOUGH TO OVERTURN THE STATE'S ELECTION RESULTS THAT CERTIFIED GOV. BUSH AS THE WINNER. BARRY RICHARD/REPUBLICAN ATTORNEY "I THOUGHT THAT THE COURT THOROUGHLY ANALYZED THE ISSUES, THEY HAD A GOOD GRASP OF WHAT NEEDS TO BE CONSIDERED AND I WAS PLEASED WITH THE ARGUMENT." JUST A SHORT TIME AFTER THAT NEWS CONFERENCE, RICHARD WAS IN CIRCUIT COURT JUST A COUPLE OF BLOCKS AWAY. HES TAKING PART IN TWO SEPARATE CASES THERE, WHERE REPUBLICANS ARE DEFENDING CHARGES OF BALLOT TAMPERING. IF THE DEMOCRATS SUCCEED IN TOSSING OUT THOSE THOUSANDS OF ABSENTEE BALLOTS, IT WOULD LIKELY PUT GORE IN THE LEAD. AND THAT WOULD ALMOST CERTAINLY PUT FLORIDAS LEGISLATURE INTO PLAY. THAT REPUBLICAN LED BODY WILL HOLD A SPECIAL SESSION TOMORROW TO APPOINT A SET OF PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS WHO ALMOST CERTAINLY SUPPORT GOV. BUSH. BOIES : "I HOPE THEY DON'T DO IT..." NO WORD ON WHEN SUPREME COURT WILL RULE.))




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A gas inspector told everyone to run for their lives in one Iowa town-
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It's a good thing they did. Minutes later an explosion rocked the town- destroying several buildings on main street in Hubbard.
Witnesses said they smelled gas earlier today and called an inspector-
The inspector checked out several buildings then told everyone nearby to run for their lives.
The blast ripped through a plumbing shop, a realty shop and part of the city's only grocery story. A nearby bank was also damaged.
Crews on the scene say no one was injured.
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Rubatex officials say the nine- month strike at their Bedford plant helped force the parent company into bankruptcy yesterday.
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Roanoke- based R-B-X Corporation filed for Chapter 11 protection in a Delaware court.
R-B-X officials say the company is doing well, with the exception of its Bedford plant.
More than 300 workers there returned to the job last June after a walkout.
They are still working without a contract.
R-B-X says it has the money to keep paying salaries and benefits while it reorganizes its debt.
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A Roanoke man has been charged with setting two fires at the Coffee Pot roadhouse.
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42-year old Gary Ruddick of Buckner Road is being charged with two counts of arson.
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The two fires were set on November 29-th and 30-th and caused only minor damage to the historic land mark. Ruddick is currently being held in the Roanoke City Jail without bond. His hearing is set for January 11-th.
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Still to come on the newscast, a local school uses a different approach to help students learn how to handle their money,
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[VO] and mini-scooters are on many Christmas lists this year. Unfortunately two models are also on a recall list. We'll have the details after this break.
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Parents who bought scooters for their children may want to look closely at the toys.
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Nearly 100 thousand scooters are being voluntarily recalled because of handlebar problems that can cause riders to lose control.
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Ninety thousand Kent Kickin' Mini Scooters are being recalled because the handles come out of the steering column.
Customers should call Kent International at 800-451-5368 to receive a free replacement handlebar. [take racer X-2-O Page]
Seventy-five hundred Racer X-2-Oh scooters from Kash 'N Gold have also been pulled off the shelves. A handlebar joint on those scooters can break. Customers should take the Racer X-2-Oh back to the store for a refund.
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The Consumer Product Safety Commission has also released updated overall injury figures that say 30-thousand people have been hurt riding scooters.

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The USS Wisconsin saw action in World War Two, the Korean War, and the Persian Gulf War... Today, the battleship sailed again to its new home on the Norfolk waterfront.
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The Wisconsin was towed from the naval shipyard in Portsmouth to its berth beside Nauticus, the maritime center located in downtown Norfolk.
Sailors lined the rails, and about 300 veterans were also aboard for the short trip down the Elizabeth River.
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((WISCONSIN WILL FOREVER STAND AS A TRIBUTE TO YOUR SACRIFICES AND TO YOUR SERVICE IN ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL COMBATANTS EVER TO SAIL THE SEAS.))
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The ship will become a floating museum. The deck will be open for tours this weekend, and the Wisconsin will re-open to the public in the Spring.
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Despite a possible half BILLION dollar hole in the Governor's new budget, Virginia schools may see 17 million dollars in new education initiatives.
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Among them, an immediate second chance for students who fail an S-O-L test.
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The Governor's also adding money for 100 new teachers... which he says meets his goal of funding four thousand new teachers.
Some Demcorats say he left the teacher money as a local option... and some school systems used it for other purposes.
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There is NO new money from the Governor for teacher raises.
The Virginia Education Association has already found lawmakers of both parties to sponsor a six percent pay raise bill in January.

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Huff Lane Elementary School is in the business of preparing its students for the real world.
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The school has partnered with First Union to teach students the value of money.
Once a week, the children deposit their nickels and dimes with student tellers. They get a check book and an A-T-M card, but they do have to keep a 25 cent minimum balance.
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Every student in the "micro" village has a job, and they get paid in "micro" money.
This may be the next anchor of News 7 -- she makes two micro dollars a week as the morning show host.
She can take that money, deposit it into a savings account, or buy things at the school's store.
To support their student government, the children have to pay taxes on the money they earn.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will visit a local art gallery that wants to be more than a place with pictures on the wall.
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Art comes in different shapes, forms and styles.
It would seem fitting then that Roanoke's newest art gallery is specifically designed to bring the work of many types of artists under one roof.
Jacey Birch takes us on a stroll through a diverse art gallery full of new ideas.
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Coming up today in sports, the Roanoke Express tries to stop a two game skid,
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and on Health Check, we'll ask an expert, "how old should children be before they can help out in the kitchen?"
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With all the goodies to bake during the holiday season -- it's easy to see why many kids want to help in the kitchen.

But before you allow the kids to put on the apron, there are are safety tips you might want to keep in mind.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more.
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For the Keister family, the kitchen can be a busy place around the holidays -- especially with all the kids wanting to help out.
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But Ellen Davis with Roanoke Regional Safe Kids says it's important to know what is age appropriate for your child to do in the kitchen.
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Davis says children under five should not help with cooking at all -- they can help with setting the table and putting napkins out.
Children ages five to nine can do tasks like mixing ingredients in a bowl or using a butter knife to spread things on a piece of bread.
Under the age of nine, they should not do be allowed to use appliances or sharp objects.
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By the age of 10, children can have more responsibilty like using a dull knife to cut cookies.
They can also use electrical appliances such as toaster oven, food processor, a microwave,or an electric mixer.
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Keister says while she is safety conscious especially with the younger chidlren-- she didn't really think about what was age appropriate for her kids.
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Keister says she can't wait till the day when the kids can do all the cooking and she can sit back and relax.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke County.))

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In the spirit of the holiday season, Trigon Blue Cross Blue Shield is giving away half a million dollars to Virginia's free clinics.
Thirty one clinics will benefit from the donation. They'll each get 10-thousand dollars.
Other money will be used for special health care grants for things such as dental care and prescription drug assistance.
The Bradley Free Clinic in Roanoke and the Bedford Free Christian Clinic are just two of the clinics in our area who will benefit.
Over the past eight years, Trigon has awarded more than 5 million dollars to the state's free clinics.

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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Thursday 2 minute ticker.
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The 16-th ranked Virginia Cavaliers continued to roll last night at University Hall.
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The Cavaliers hosted Ohio University.
And Virginia would take a commanding lead early in the firt half then in the second half Travis Watson throws down the jam as the Cavaliers led 47 to 39.
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But it was the three point shooting of Keith Friel that opened up the game for the Cavaliers. He would hit 4 three pointers in the second half as Virginia beat Ohio University 90 to 71.
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Virginia is 6 and 0 Overall the Cavaliers return to the hardwood December 19-th in the Jimmy V Classic.


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Virginia Tech picked up its third win of the season last night in Blacksburg.
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The Hokies were playing without suspended center Dennis Mims.
The game was even after the first half but the hokies hit a 17 to 5 run that put them up 58 to 47.
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2 Tech freshman led the way. Bryant Mathews threw in 16 and Jon Smith threw in 11 points in the 66 to 53 win.
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The Hokies are 3 and 4 on the season.

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The Roanoke Express will try and end a two game losing streak tomorrow night on the road against Greensboro. Then Saturday and Sunday, Roanoke returns to the Round House to battle Johnstown both nights.
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The Express is 13 and 8 on the season and one key to the team's success, as it seems to be every year, has been the play of the Express goalies. Daniel Berthiaume and Dave Gagnon are back in third place in the ECHL in goals against average.
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Be sure to join us at six for another edition of Round House Wrap up, have a great day everybody.

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A new movie is being overshadowed by the lives of its stars.
When Russell Crowe and Meg Ryan made "Proof of Life," they probably didn't realize their off screen romance would get more publicity than the movie itself.
Teri Okita has more.
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(1:01:21/2) I have some really bad news. Its about Peter. This morning,

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both sort of lonely characters and they both have a real strength that they really respond to in one another. (:12)
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SOT: (1:16:30/2) We want to work with you, but we want a proof of life,

and were not paying for it. If theres any good faith, man, it can start with that.
TRACK: WHILE FILMING, A REAL-LIFE ROMANCE IGNITED BETWEEN RUSSELL AND RYAN. THE PAPARAZZI HAS HOUNDED THEM EVER SINCE.

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SOT: (11:05:23/1) Its rubbish. Im getting married. Im having a baby.

Were just trying to get on with our lives, mate. (:10)
TRACK: AND RYAN SAYS THE BAD PRESS HAS BEEN HURTFUL.

SOT: (11:00:31/1) Its always difficult when people oversimplify your

life and make general judgments about things they really dont know anything about and have a field day with it. (:09)
TRACK: PROOF OF LIFE OPENS IN THEATRES NATIONWIDE ON FRIDAY. TERI OKITA , CBS NEWS, HOLLYWOOD.))
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