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Today on News 7 at 5, slow toy sales over the internet could cost some local workers their jobs. we'll have the details.
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And across the country, electors gather to cast the official ballots in the Presidential election. [Weather-Head]
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After a beautiful sunny afternoon the clouds will thicken up and some light snow will head our way..details coming up....

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In other news, the city of Roanoke takes up the Victory Stadium issue again. We'll have a live report.
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Also the city unveils a tribute to former mayor Noel C. Taylor.
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((IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAW TO HEREBY CERTIFY WE HAVE GIVEN OUR VOTES FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.))
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Across the nation- Members of the Electoral College choose the nation's next president.

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Today is the day when the President is Chosen- December 18th- The day electors across the nation cast their ballots.
Most election years, people don't really pay much attention to the electoral college vote- but not this year- as Gretchen Carlson explains.
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((THE 25 PEOPLE AT THE HEART OF THE MONTH-LONG PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION DISPUTE CAST THEIR ELECTORAL VOTES IN FLORIDA TODAY WITHOUT FANFARE AND WITH NO SURPRISES. GRETCHEN CARLSON REPORTS ON TODAY'S ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTING AROUND THE NATION.
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It happens every year we elect a President. 538 electors in 50 states and the District of Columbia come to their respective state capitols and cast their votes. My vote is for President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney. But never in modern history has so much attention been focused on this part of the political process. Its been a roller coaster! Today TV cameras were everywhere from Colorado to Ohio to Florida. Governor Jeb Bush/R- Florida We have also been the focal point of this election. In Tallahassee, all eyes were on Governor Jeb Bush, as he took in the states 25 electoral votes. Would any of the electors switch their votes from Bush to Gore? Electors here had been barraged with an email, letter, and phone campaign, urging them to do just that but today no fireworks not a single elector was swayed. Carol Jean Jordan - Florida Republican Elector Its about trust; its about loyalty. The ballots now move on to Capitol Hill where Congress will officially count the votes January 6th. Governor Jim Gilmore/R-Virginia Not one drop of blood was shed, not one ounce of gun powder was fired. Power will again be passed peacefully in the United States. Meantime, the country moves on as well with a better understanding of the Electoral College and how it determined the winner in one of the hardest fought political battles in history. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, New York.))



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Virginia's 13 electors stood by their man today.
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Republican activists from each congressional district and two statewide appointees cast their votes for George W- Bush and Dick Cheney.
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((EVANS THOMAS/APPOMATTOX ELECTOR: I WAS CONTACTED BY DEMOCRATS FROM NEW YORK TO BEDFORD. AND THEY ASKED ME TO CHANGE MY VOTE. I DECLINED TO RESPOND TO THEM.))
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Governor Gilmore had a man on the inside.
His eldest son Jay was an electoral college page, collecting the ballots.
The meeting was held in the old House Chamber at the State Capitol, overseen by statues of Confederate heroes.
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While electors officially vote for George W. Bush. The President-Elect is in Washington trying to begin his work there.
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Bush met with Congresional leaders- it is his first trip to Capitol Hill since winning the election.
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Among other things- Bush has promised a tax cut for Americans.
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Here in Virginia- no car tax- is now inked into the state budget.
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Governor Jim Gilmore ended weeks of fiscal worry.
He unveiled his solution to lagging revenue that threatened to freeze the car tax reduction.
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That fund will be used to leverage loans to build on college campuses.
And its one time windfall will boost the revenue picture enough to phase out the car tax 70-percent next year... and 100 percent in 2002.
The plan also calls for three to six percent budget cuts to state agencies over the next two years.
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Slow sales this holiday season have put 12 hundred jobs in the Southside area on the line.
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Internet retailer "e-Toys" says third quarter earnings are half of what they expected. [PRE-PRO ON TAPE]
As a result, the company says it will have to cut jobs to reduce operating costs.
It expects to announce layoffs in January.
We don't know if any of those cuts will be at the E-toys distribution center near Danville.
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The controversy continues over the fate of Roanoke's Victory stadium. We'll have the latest after this break,
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[VO] and after 11 years, two suspects are named in a Tazewell County murder.
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A Tazewell County jury found Sam (E-lee) Ealy NOT guilty of capital murder. Nearly ten years later-- the Pocahontas man is facing the death penalty once again in connection with the same three murders.
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A FEDERAL grand jury in Abingdon last week charged Ealy with murder of potential federal witnesses and murder to further a drug trafficking organization.
46 year old Pete Church was also indicted on the same charges. The two men are accused of killing Robert and (YOU-na) Una Mae Davis and her 14- year old son by a previous marriage.

The three were found shot to death in Pocahontas in 1989.
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More debate on the future of Victory Stadium this afternoon as Roanoke council considered recommendations from city manager Darlene Burcham.
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Joe Dashiell reports now from today's hearing where council members are considering competing proposals.
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A former Northside high school student pled no contest today to charges he sold illegal drugs. Nineteen year Russell Scott Bailes is the first adult to be convicted as a result of an undercover operation at Northside.
The other cases have taken place in juvenile court.
Bailes plead no contest to the distribution of marijuana and L-S-D in October and May. He could face a maximum of 50 years in prison when he is sentenced in February.




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Discussion in Martinsville tonight about a 200 million dollar power plant that may be coming to the area.
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Last week, Cinergy Corporation announced plans to build a gas-powered, electricity producing power plant.
Tonight, the company talked it over with residents.
At least one resident says he's convinced Cinergy's investment will benefit the community.
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Still, some residents are concerned about the pollution and traffic a new power plant would bring.
We'll have a live report from the meeting tonight on News 7 at 6.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will go out on a limb as she offers advice to Christmas procrastinators.
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If you haven't had time to shop for a Christmas tree... or haven't found a tree you liked at any of the local lots... there's still time.
Jacey Birch takes us to a local tree farm where not only do you pick out the tree you want... you also get to cut it down.
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Today in Sports, we'll have an update on U-V-A's search for a new head football coach,
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and on Health Check, we'll see what a local hospital is doing to speed patients through the admissions process.
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Carilion Health Systems is changing the way it admits patients to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
It hopes its new way of doing things will help patients get the care they need faster.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton explains.
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Patients who come to Roanoke Memorial Hospital are not waiting as long as they used to get treatment.
That's because the hospital recently opened a new admissions unit -- and revamped the process.
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Now instead of patients waiting for a bed -- they can come to the new admission unit -- where their care can begin earlier.
It's 10 beds are set up like critical care units with bed side computers.
The staff can start the physicians orders, take the patients history, and complete the work-up on the patient even before sending them upstairs.
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And the hospital says this is just another step towards improving patient care.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))

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The 12 year old hiker who fell at Dragon's Tooth is on the road to recovery.
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It was November 11th when Sam slipped and fell off the mountain.
He suffered a skull fracture and was also in coma.
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For the past two weeks Sam Brediger (Bread-i-gur) has been receiving occupational and speech therapy at Professional Therapies in Vinton.
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Sam's speech therapy includes work on his short term memory.
He's also working on improving the strength in his right hand.
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Sam's parents say they want to thank the community for their prayers and support over the last few weeks.
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Welcome everybody to the Monday ticker.
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The next to last regular season week in the NFL closes out tonight in Tampa with the Buccaneers taking on the Rams in a rematch of last year's playoff thriller. If the Rams lose to Ronde Barber and company they may not make the playoffs.
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Last night Ronde's brother Tiki made sure the Giants didn't miss anything. Tiki led New York back from a 13-to-nothing halftime deficit as New York beat the Cowboys 17-to-13 to clinch the NFC East title.
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Tiki had over 125 yards of total offense.
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The University of Virginia's search for a man to replace George Welsh appears to be a race between a Hokie and two men with ties to Ohio State. University of Pittsburgh coach Walt Harris, who once was an assistant at Ohio State and current Ohio State defensive coordinator John Tenuta - a former three year letterman at UVa - are both said to be on athletic director Terry Holland's wish list this Christmas season. But so too is Bud Foster, who met with Holland last Thursday. It would be tough for Foster to leave his mentor, Frank Beamer, but it could happen.
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Coming your way tonight on News 7 at Six, Steve Mason will check in with the first of our week long previews of the upcoming Oahu Bowl between UVa and Georgia. Take care folks - Jean will be right back. [GO TO BREAK]


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The Reverend Noel Taylor served Roanoke for more than 20 years as a member of council and as mayor. Today, the city completed a permanent tribute to his leadership.
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Artist Anne Bell and members of Taylor's family unveiled two portraits in the lobby of the Municipal Building.
Many other admirers, including city officials and members of High Street Baptist Church, crowded into the morning ceremony.
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City Council voted in June to name the Municipal Building after Taylor. At the ceremony this morning, Mayor Ralph Smith said the paintings are a tribute to Taylor's integrity, strength and compassion.
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Finally today, our website of the day is a good place to entertain children over their holiday break.
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The webmasters at North Pole-dot-com have developed a very entertaining and interactive site. Vistitors should start in the Village where they can pick any of the several buildings in Santa's village. Inside they will find puzzles, games and stories about the Christmas season. There are also pages to print and color, Christmas recipes, holiday cards to e-mail and there's even karoke for carols.
While there's not enough time before Christmas to get to the real North Pole, check out our website of the day. It's the next best thing.
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