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Winter is still a few days away, but it decides to pay Southwest and Central Virginia an early visit. We'll have the latest on road conditions and school closings today at five.
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Also the Firestone tire company says it has answers to what led to blowouts linked to 148 deaths [Weather-Head]
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The first snowfall of the season slowly comes to an end...what can we expect for the rest of the week...I'll have your forecast coming up....

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Today on Health Check, a new study examines the safety of cell phones,
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and safety is also on the minds of local firefighters as they remind people to be careful with their Christmas decorations.
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It's day for slipping and sliding.
V-DOT is working round the clock to salt the roads before the snow and water turn to ice.
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Winter weather today put a damper on pre-holiday travel. And it could get worse.
Snow on roads in the Roanoke and New River Valleys could turn to ice tonight.
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Jennifer Miele is in view of Interstate 5-81 now. Jen, how does it look out there?
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Jean road travel conditions are fair right now, but the snow is still coming down.
V-DOT is working round the clock to clear the roads before the melted snow starts to freeze.
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Falling snow early this morning made road conditions treacherous.
Most schools in the area were canceled. [NAT SOUND] [RUNS03]
Cruz Sheetz had the day off from Andrew Lewis Elementary School.
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V-DOT has more than 400 people working to clear main roads and salt secondaries.
Officials say travelers should stick to the mai roads.
For detailed road information tomorrow morning you call V-DOT at 1-800-367-ROAD.
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As for traveling by air, that may not be any easier.
Right now, there's a cloud covering that's preventing many flights from landing at the Roanoke Regional Airport.
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Jean, we will have more on that tonight on News 7 at 6.
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Our wather may actually seem mild compared to other parts of the nation-
Last week Chicago set a record for snowfall-
20 tornados hit Alabama over the weekend.
What's going on with the weather- and where can you go for relief?
(Lie-ZA) Liza Frommer checks it out.
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(( IT'S STILL 2 DAYS AWAY FROM THE OFFICAL START OF WINTER AND WE'VE ALREADY SEEN SOME INCREDIBLE WEATHER> - RETIRED BRIG. GENERAL JACK KELLY/ NATIONAL WEATHER DIRECTOR CHICAGO LAST WEEK SET A SNOWFALL RECORD ... 14TO 15 INCHES AND WE HAD 20 TORNADOS IN ALABAMA. SO, IS THERE ANY REST FOR THE WINTER WEARY?? LOOK NO FURTHER THAN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WHERE TEMPERATURE ARE WAY ABOVE NORMAL...ON monday TEMPERATURES SOARED TO 85 DEGREES IN LOS ANGELES AND WILL CLIMB BACK INTO THE HIGH 70'S TODAY...ENOUGH TO CONVINCE TERRY TAM, WHO LIVES IN DETROIT, TO GET ON A PLANE AND AND TAKE A VACATION FROM THE SNOW. - TERRY TAM IN: HOW ARE YOU GOING TO FEEL WHEN YOU HAVE TO GET BACK ON THAT PLANE TO GO HOME?" TERRY: "TERRIBLE!!" - ANN PEMBERTON/LOVES THE SUN: THIS IS PERFECT. LIZA FROMER/CBS NEWS : The main weather problem that will be facing southern californias this week will be what spf to wear while walking on the beach...but for the rest of the country while the weather might be severe it's not all that strange...it's just that we're not used to it...for several years now we've been experiencing the effects of el nino or la nina...meaning milder winters...and now that we're back to the cold we're really just back to normal. TONY WILLIAMS - LOS ANGELES WEATHERMAN IT'S KINDA BACK TO GOOD OLD WINTER..I'TS COLD AND BLUSTERY. AND SOME PEOPLE STILL PREFER THE SNOW. SIERRA TAM/LOVES THE SNOW
NO! SNOW'S BETTER...THEN YOU CAN BUILD SNOWMEN! But if you want to swap the snowblower for a surfboard LA is set to stay in the high 70's, for the next 2 weeks. Liza Frommer, For CBS News, Los Angeles.)) [Take Pinnacle Page]
Don't forget we will have all the updated school closing information throughout the night on our air and on our internet site at WDBJ7-dot-com.

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Two opponents today- met face to face- George W. Bush and Al Gore talked at the White House-
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Neither said much to reporters on their way in.
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Bush also met with the President- Bill Clinton had words of advice-
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((CLINTON: I THINK THERE ARE THINGS HE'LL HAVE CHALLENGES. THERE ARE ECONOMIC CHALLENGES AND HE OUGHT TO GIVE THEM A CHANCE TO MEET THEM AND NOT TO TRY AND FIGURE IT OUT ALL IN ADVANCE.))
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A spokesman says the two talked about foreign policy issues- They met for more than two hours- speaking about some of the hot spots around the world and some of the challenges the new administration will face.
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The arguing goes on- over whether to build a new library in Franklin County. We'll have an update after this break,
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[VO] and Firestone now takes some blame for the faulty tires- linked to more than one hundred deaths. We'll tell you what it's saying.
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After a four month investigation- Firestone admits its partly to blame for some of the faulty tires-
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Firestone officials say faulty design and manufacturing problems are partially to blame for tire failures linked to dozens of deadly accidents.
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[vo-nat] In a statement issued on video today....Firestone also pointed a finger at the vehicle involved in many of the accidents... saying the weight of the Ford explorer could be a factor.
Ford denies its vehicles played any role in the accidents and says the tires on the explorer can deal with the weight.
Firestone says its fixed the problem- but others disagree- saying there are more problems out there.
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The Franklin County supervisors cannot decide whether to expand the library or move it altogether.
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The current library has needed more space for about a year now. So the county may convert the old Peebles department store downtown into a library, thereby drawing people and new business downtown.
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But the county would save 400-thousand-dollars by simply expanding the existing library.
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((MORE COST EFFECTIVE ... INCLUDING THE LEASE.))
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The supervisors could not come to a decision today and will discuss this again next month.
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A demonstration in Martinsville today proved how quickly a spark can destroy a Christmas tree and everything around it.
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Fire fighters built a room complete with a decorated tree and furniture to make their point. This afternoon-- they used a simulated spark to catch the bottom of the tree on fire and within seconds the room was in flames. Martinsville fire fighters hope the demonstration will save lives.
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((CLARENCE MONDAY/FIRE MARSHAL: FIRST OF ALL MAKE SURE CHRISTMAS TREES ARE WATERED, THAT'S VERY IMPORTANT, A DRY TREE WILL CAUSE A FIRE TO SPREAD VERY QUICKLY AS WE SAW HERE TODAY.))
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Fire fighters also say do NOT overload electrical outlets and never go to bed or leave home with your Christmas lights plugged in.
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The Roanoke Salvation Army needs help handing out holiday cheer..
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The agency is expected to serve thousands of less fortunate people during its three day gift distribution this week. Not even this morning's snow could keep recipients away. But the weather did keep some volunteers from making it to the event.
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Volunteers are still needed. If you're interested you can go to the old Legget Building at the Roanoke Salem Plaza between 8:30 and 5:30 today through Thursday. Thousands of people in Roanoke alone are expected to benefit from the program.
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Meantime, The Pulaski distribution of Angel Tree gifts will be delayed until Thursday.



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Some local artists are turning their decorating skills into a friendly competition. They're trying to see who can trim the best Christmas Tree. Jacey Birch is standing by with the results.
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Christmas Tree decorating may be just for fun for some- but to others it's an art form.
Half a dozen Roanoke Valley designers joined together to show off their talents by decking their trees to the fullest.
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Jacey Birch is at the Hotel Roanoke where the Christmas trees are on display for your enjoyment... and hopefully for your vote.
Did you vote for one Jacey?
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Today in Sports, the U-V-A Cavaliers are about to face their toughest test of the basketball season. Mike Stevens will have the details,
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and while snow sledding is fun, there are some things to watch out for. We'll have some recommendations for you when you plan on going down hill fast.
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Can the constant use of a cell phone cause brain cancer? A new study out today seeks to reassure users, but some say the study raises more questions than answers. Gretchen Carlson reports.
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(((TRACK 1) If youre like millions of Americans, you own a cell phone and use it almost every day.

(SOT - 3:21) Mike Evereth - Cell Phone User

Probably 45 minutes to an hour every day.

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Youve also probably heard talk about the potential dangers of cell phones and cancer. Some people are concerned -- some people are not. .
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They also told us not to sit too close to the TV but I used to do that too.

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So are there any real health risks? A new study by the American Health Foundation and the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center claims there is no direct correlation between cell phone use and cancer.

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At least with regard to short term cell phone usage, it is not related to an increased risk for developing brain cancer.

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The study - partially funded by the cell phone industry -- analyzed 900 people who used cell phones between 1994 and 1998.

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Center You might expect to see more temporal lobe tumors in cell phone users and more tumors on the side they held the phone we didnt find any correlation that way.

(STAND-UP 2:02-16) Gretchen Carlson Reporting


But the study only included people who have used their cell phones for a short period of time - 2 to 3 years.
What the study doesnt address is what the long-term health effects could be for people who continue to use cell phones for years and years.

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Dr. George Carlo claims thats one reason the study is flawed. Carlo, the original sponsor of the study, claims earlier versions of the data did indicate an increase in rare brain tumors.

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This is not a vindication of cell phones with regard to consumers, this is one piece of a very large puzzle and when those pieces are put together an alarming picture is beginning to emerge.

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So while millions of people continue to rack up the time on their cell phones it appears the question still remains are cell phones safe or not.
Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, New York. ))

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Welcome everybody to the Tuesday night ticker that opens with a big time pre-New Year college roundball matchup.
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The Virginia men's basketball team is ranked 14th in the country. Tonight, the Cavaliers face 6 and OH and fourth rated Tennessee in the Jimmy V Classic at the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
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The Virginia football team takes on Georgia December 24th in the Oahu Bowl in Hawaii. Steve Mason begins our week long coverage with the Bulldogs thoughts on stopping UVa's bread and butter, the run.
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((The Bulldogs rush defense is ranked 25th in the country and gives up just 111 yards a game. This explosive, speedy and athletic bunch will meet the ACC's top rusher in Virginia's Antwoine Womack. The junior has amassed one thousand 28 yards this season. Womack's 134 yards rushing against Virginia Tech's defense, rated 16th against the run has definitely caught the attention of the Bulldogs.))
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And don't forget the Roanoke Express game with Charlotte tonight at the Roundhouse is still on with a face-off set at 7pm. We'll be back on News 7 at Six, with more on the Cavs and Bulldogs and a few words from Michael Vick. Take care everybody. [go to break]

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With many children out of school because of the snow - many hills turned into playgrounds today.
But as Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton reminds parents should keep safety in mind before letting their kids hit the slopes.
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While slipping and sliding down a hill at top speeds can be an exhilarating ride for many children -- it can also be very dangerous.
In 1998, more than eight thousand children in the U-S were treated in emergency rooms for sledding injuries.
Brittany Hanger knows the danger all too well.
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((BRITTANY HANGER: WHEN WE GOT TO THE BOTTOM WE HIT THE DITCH AND I KIND OF FLEW AND I MUST OF FALLEN WRONG AND I BROKE MY COLLAR BONE. SO NOT GOING DOWN THAT HILL ANY TIME SOON)) [RUNS09]
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((ELLEN DAVIS/CARILION COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATOR: WE DON'T RECOMMEND MAKE SHIFT SLEDS, YOU WANT A SLED WITH A STEERING MECHANISM, YOU DON'T WANT TOO MANY CHILDREN ON ONE SLED AT ONE TIME, YOU ALSO WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT THE CHILDREN ARE NOT SLEDDING DOWN HILL ON THEIR STOMACHS, HEAD FIRST, YOUR MORE AT RISK FOR HEAD AND ABDOMINAL)) [RUNS18]
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Many of the children say their parents do give them safety advice.
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((MARILYN SARVER: TO NOT BUMP INTO THE FENCE WHEN GOING DOWN THE HILL, TO NOT BUMP INTO EACH OTHER)) [RUNS10]
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Frostbite is also a concern with kids out in the cold for long periods of time.
Parents should remember to dress their children warmly and to make them take breaks from the cold.
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((SHELLY HENRY/PARENT: IN THIS KIND OF SNOW THEY CAN REALLY GET WET, I HAVE EXTRA GLOVE HERE AND EXTRA SOCKS, THIS WET SNOW CAN GET THEM REALLY WET, MY GIRLS HAVE ON SKY BOOTS)) [RUNS10]
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((IF CHILDREN ARE COMPLAINING OF PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN THE FINGERS, THEIR CHEEKS, THEIR NOSES, THEN PARENTS NEED TO GET THEM INDOOR QUICKLY )) [RUNS07]
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As for Hanger she says she will stick to the smaller hills.
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((BRITTANY HANGER: IT JUST CHANGES THE WAY YOU THINK ABOUT IT, YOU'RE MORE CAREFUL IF YOU GET HURT)) [RUNS04]
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But who can resist the temptation to turn mother nature's handy work --into a haven for fun.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke County.))
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