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Coming up-
They're making snow to cover
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one road tonight- But there is a reason for this. We'll have a live report.
Plus he cycled.. and cycled and cycled some more. Meet the local man who covered six continents on two wheels.
Plus Mason on the road with Virginians playing in the Superbowl.
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News 7 is next.

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((THIS INDUSTRIAL PARK IS NOT SAFE, NOT HEALTHY, NOT PROFITABLE, NOT WELL THOUGHT-OUT AND NOT SOMETHING OUR CHILDREN WILL THANK US FOR IN THE FUTURE.))
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Hundreds of Bedford County residents say "no thanks" to a proposed industrial park for Montvale..
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Good evening...

[Montvale-Park]


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It was standing room only at tonight's Bedford County board of supervisors meeting..
More than 150 people turned out to oppose what's being called "The Center for Commerce and Technology at Montvale."

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The Bedford County Industrial Development Authority wants to turn this 220- acre farm in Montvale into the county's newest industrial park.
County officials say the park will attract clean, safe industry like business offices and light manufacturing.
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[SOT 16:45:50]
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((SUE GILBERT/BEDFORD CO. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: THERE HAS NOT BEEN ANY DISCUSSION WITH ANY POTENTIAL FIRM REGARDING A LOCATION ON THIS PROPERTY, OR HAS THERE BEEN ANY MARKETING OF THE PROPERTY.))
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But more than 650 residents have signed petitions opposing the park.. they say their safety and way of life are being sacrificed to the lure of tax dollars.
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[SOT 16:59:22//16:53:53]
[IN Q=The noise nuisance]

((JULIA MCDANIEL/OPPOSES INDUSTRIAL PARK: THE NOISE NUISANCE, THE AIR POLLUTION, THE WATER POLLUTION, FIRE SAFETY, THE DISTURBANCE OF THE HABITAT OF DEERE AND OTHER ANIMALS ON THE FARM.)) ((LLOYD CLARK/OPPOSES INDUSTRIAL PARK: WHAT DRIVES JOBS IS EDUCATION AND COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE, NOT GOVERNMENT SCHEMES. WE, THIS GROUP OF CONCERNED CITIZENS OF BEDFORD COUNTY, ARE ASKING YOU TO VOTE THIS PROPOSAL DOWN AT THIS TIME ONCE AND FOR ALL.))
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[SUPER=01-Lloyd Clark/Opposes Industrial Park; :13]
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Neither the supervisors nor the planning commission were scheduled to vote on the project tonight.
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Some other Bedford residents have big plans for the county's tax dollars.. they'd like to see the area's public school teachers get a big raise.
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Teachers have been asking the county for years to make their salaries more competitive with surrounding counties.


Under a plan discussed tonight, the next school budget would give educators a raise of between 15 and 17 percent.


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((DR. JAMES BLEVINS/BEDFORD CO. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: I THINK IF THIS MOMENTUM CAN KEEP GOING THEN WE SHOULD HAVE A GOOD CHANCE OF TRYING TO GET THIS PACKAGE THROUGH. THE SCHOOL BOARD RIGHT NOW IS COMMITTED TO THE TEACHERS' SALARY PROPOSAL.)) ((JESS TUCKER/BEDFORD CO. EDUCATION ASSOCIATION: HOPEFULLY, THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WILL SEE THAT WE HAVE THE SUPPORT OF THE SCHOOL BOARD AND THAT SHOULD WEIGH MORE FOR IT.))
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[SUPER=01-Jess Tucker/Bedford Co. Education Association; :12]
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Comments from tonight's meeting will be passed on to the board of supervisors during the county's budget session.

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[Smart-Road]


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The mountain roads of Southwest Virginia are often plagued by snow, black ice and poor visibilty during the winter.
Researchers at Virginia Tech have figured out how to make it worse .. but there is a reason for that.

Their experiments could help YOU in the future.
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Meredyth Censullo is in Blacksburg tonight where the snow is really coming down...
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((ROLLCUE:... so far, it's a success.))
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And in case you're wondering .. The cost of creating a blizzard runs around 930-dollars an hour.
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Jean, a dusting will cost you about 350-bucks.

[Texas-Escapees]


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The search is on for the final two Texas inmates who are on the run tonight.
Police caught up with four of the inmates today in Colorado- a fifth man killed himself- after he was holed up in a mobile home for hours.
As Chris Lawrence reports- it was a tip to the show America's Most Wanted that led police to the small town of Woodland Park, Colorado.
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((After more than a month-long nationwide manhunt ....4 of the Texas 7 are in custody without any exchange of gunfire.

The biggest break in the search for the escaped convicts came from a television show-- a tip --from a viewer of Americas Most Wanted. It led police to Woodland Park Colorado-- 50 miles south of Denver. There--police arrested four of the men, including suspected ringleader George Rivas-- at a gas station and mobile home park.....more than 800 miles from what' s been called the biggest prison escape in modern Texas history.
(sot: John Anderson/El Paso County Sheriff)

The fifth escapee-- Larry Harper --killed himself inside another trailer nearby.
(sot: Mark Mershon/FBI)

The seven broke out of the Connally Prison just before Christmas. They are accused of killing a police officer during a robbery of a sporting goods store on Christmas Eve.... and are heavily armed.
(STANDUP: 2 ESCAPEES STILL ON THE LOOSE...)))



[Carruth]


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A judge sentences Rae Carruth to a minimum of 18 years in prison- a maximum of 24 years.
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That after a jury convicted Carruth Friday of hiring a hitman to kill his pregnant girlfriend Cherica Adams. She died at the hospital but her baby survived.
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((I KNEW RAE HAD SOMETHING TO DO WITH IT WHEN HE GOT TO THE HOSPITAL. HIS DEMEANOR WAS REALLY OFF. THE FACT HE NEVER ONCE ASKED HOW SHE WAS DOING. AND WOULD NOT BE SURPRISED ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED.))
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The couple's baby- Chancellor was delivered prematurely by emergency Caesarian section. He has developmental problems and suffers from cerebral palsey.
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((HE'S GOT LOTS OF LOVE AND SUPPORT FROM HIS IMMEDIATE FAMILY, HIS EXTENDED FAMILY. LOTS OF PRAYERS FROM THE WHOLE COMMUNITY AND CHANCELLOR WILL TOTALLY RECOVER.))
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[Vo-nat]
Rae Carruth has already served 14 months behind bars awaiting trial- that will go toward his sentence.
Carruth's attorney says he plans to appeal.
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[Barnabei]


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The Catholic church wants to prove the innocence of a man put to death in Virginia last year.
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Derek (Barn-uh-Bay) Barnabei was convicted of the 1993 rape and murder of 17-year old Lynchburg native Sarah Wisnosky.
Barnabei proclaimed his innocence to the end and was executed in September
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Today, the Catholic Diocese of Richmond asked the Norfolk Circuit court to release evidence in the case.
The diocese wants to retest the D-N-A evidence used to convict Barnabei.
The Attorney General's spokesman refused to comment on the request.

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Radford police are getting a pay increase... on the heels of a report identifying the department as one of the lowest paid in the region.
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Radford City Council approved an across the board pay scale increase for all officers tonight.
It will take effect in July.
It will increase the starting salary by ten percent to nearly 27-thousand dollars a year.
Radford's acting police chief says it will help recruiting efforts and morale.
It will also make Radford's pay more competitive with other departments in the New River Valley.
Council will wait to act on a proposal to hire ten new officers until budget issues can be worked out.
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Just a few days into his term as President-- George W. Bush takes a stand with abortion opponents.
The latest on that and the abortion pill here in Virginia are next on News 7.
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And some area schools are bursting at the seams.
Find out what's being done to ease overcrowding.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((GOOD EVENING EVERYONE. THIS IS DENISE ALLEN STARTING THE WORK WEEK OFF WITH YOU IN THE NEWS 7 SPORTS OFFICE. A MANIC MONDAY FOR VIRGINIA AS A SEE-SAW BATTLE GOES DUKE'S WAY. SEVERAL FORMER LOCAL FOOTBALL STARS WILL BE GRACING YOUR TV SCREEN ON SUPER BOWL SUNDAY WE'LL CATCH WITH THEM. AND GET A LOOK AT THE CHANGES AT MARTINSVILLE SPEEDWAY LATER IN THE NEWSCAST.))

[Abortion]


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Abortion-rights groups are accusing President Bush of catering to the far right.
On the 28-th anniversary of the Roe versus Wade decision, Bush imposed strict restrictions on U-S funds to international family-planning groups involved in abortions.
The limitations were also imposed by his father and former President Reagan.
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In Richmond, abortion rights advocates are fighting a new fight with an old tool.
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They're pushing to prevent surgical abortions and use of the RU-486 abortion pill by making it easier for doctors and pharmacists to distribute the so-called "morning after pill."
Abortion rights supporters say other limits on abortions are failures.
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((SEN. LOUISE LUCAS/D-PORTSMOUTH: SUCH ATTEMPTS TO CONTROL WOMEN ARE AT BEST INSULTING, AND AT WORST DANGEROUS. AND AS THE RECORD PRIOR TO ROE V. WADE MAKES CRYSTAL CLEAR TO US... OUTLAWING OF ABORTION CAN MAKE A DESPERATE WOMAN POWERLESS TO END AN UNWANTED PREGNANCY.))
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But abortion foes still say the emergency contraception pills are abortions, coming just hours after egg fertilization.
One ex-Marine even likened the abortion process to the killings he saw in Vietnam.
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((DEL. DICK BLACK/R-LOUDOUN CO.: WATCHING HIS DEATH, AND SEEING HIM LAY THERE SMOLDERING AND SHAKING IN PAIN REMINDS THAT EVERY DAY IN THE ABORTUARIES OF AMERICA THERE ARE LITTLE BOYS AND GIRLS WHO ARE SCALDED, CHEMICALLY SCALDED TO DEATH.))
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A 24 hour waiting period has not gone before a committee yet this year. Itt would force women to reflect on their decision after meeting with a doctor.

[Private-Schools]


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The General Assembly also took up the issue of education and stepped onto new ground in the process.
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The House Finance Committee came up just short of giving tax credits to help pay private and religious school tuitions.
Instead, on a 12 to 11 vote, the committee amended the bill to give tax credits to any person or business who provides a scholarship for a private or religious school.
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Virginia Attorney General Mark Earley already ruled that tax credits don't violate the separation of church and state.
That's because a tax credit leaves the money in the hands of the taxpayer, in Earley's opinion, instead of spending "public funds" on religious or private education.

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More students and less room- that makes for a tight squeeze in the Patrick County's schools.
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At Patrick Springs Primary School, some classes are held in hallways and storage closets.
The overcrowding is caused by increased nrollment and the push by the state to have fewer students per class.
To fix the growing problem, construction of an addition at Patrick Springs is underway.
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((JUDY LACKS/SUPERINTENDENT: THEY'RE RECEIVING A GYMNASIUM AND ALSO A WING THAT WILL INCLUDE FOUR ADDITIONAL CLASSROOMS, SPACE FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION CLASSES AND ALSO A TEACHERS LOUNGE.))
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Several other schools in the county are also running out of room.
That's why the school board hired a consulting firm to come up with a plan to deal with the situation.
The board received the consultant's recommendations last week.
Members plan to study their options and then hold public hearings over the next few months.
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Thousands of gallons of spilled fuel oil threaten one of the world's most pristine and fragile ecosystems.
Find out how Americans are helping save the Galapagos Islands from environemental disaster when News 7 returns.
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And a building demolition that didn't go quite as planned.
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[Cyclist]


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For Randal Johnson, the last year has been a string of extraordinary experiences.
He's just back from a year-long bicycle trip that took him around the world.
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The journey began in California on January First, 2000.
It took him more than 15- thousand miles, to six continents and forty countries.
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((RANDAL JOHNSON/CYCLIST; THE FIRST THREE WEEKS MY KNEES HURT EVERY MORNING AND I TOOK IBUPROFEN, BUT THEY STOPPED. WITHIN THE FIRST SIX WEEKS I LOST 20 POUNDS. I WENT FROM 175 POUNDS TO 155. THERE WAS NEVER A DAY THAT I GOT UP THAT I DIDN'T WANT TO GET ON THE BICYCLE.))
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He carried a digital camera, and snapped more than five thousand pictures. The images tell a story of exceptional scenery, and the personal connections he made along the way.
Johnson says he's already looking forward to seeing some of the places he missed, and returning to the countries he enjoyed the most.
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[Galapagos ]


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A place called paradise .. virtually untouched by man- is now disrupted- by an oil spill.
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The tanker Jessica ran aground- leaking diesel fuel near the Galapagos Islands- at least 150 thousand gallons so far.
Pelicans, sea lions- and fish are all at risk-- Diesel fuel may also kill algae a main source of food for many animals.
The Islands are where Charles Darwin formulated his theory of evolution after observing thousands of species found nowhere else on earth.
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You've probably seen a building demolition before, but chances are you haven't seen one like this-
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((FOUR, THREE TWO ONE... ZERO... silly laughter.))
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It was a building demolition gone wrong-
And the 13 story former nurses residence was left tilting.
The demolition company says it was told to use the minimum amount of explosives because of the sensitive location.
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Coming up, highlights of the Lady Cavaliers' and Duke, we'll hear from some former Friday Football Extra stars who will be playing in Sunday's Super Bowl and update you on changes at the Martinsville Speedway.
First our Extra Point.
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[SUPER=75-Martinsville/March 2000;]


A third generation of Wood Brothers Racing from Stuart, is continuing his education in the racing business.
Jon Wood and Wood Brothers Racing have announced, they will run the NASCAR Winston West race in Phoenix on February fourth.
Jon's car will donn the number 50, the same number his legendary grandfather, Glen Wood used in his first race more than a half century ago.
Jon is racing the one mile track in Arizona to gain experience and is hoping to run some Craftsman Truck series and Busch races in the upcoming season.
Now here are the boards.
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A close battle in U-Hall last night as fourth ranked Duke came into Charlottesville looking for its sixth ACC win.
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The Lady Cavaliers had other ideas, namely handing Duke its second conference loss.
But Virginia broke down with five minutes to go. The Blue Devils went on an 11 and oh run. Michele Matyasovsky's (MAT-A-SAW-SKI's) three gives Duke the 59-58 lead.
Telisha Quarles ends the scoring drought. She drives along the baseline and throws up her first two points of the half.
[super=33-Duke/71/Virginia/68;]


Sheana Mosch was unstoppable scoring 25 points tonight and Duke steals the victory 71-68.
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One NBA game last night in Cleveland.
The Cavaliers had lost of eight of their last ten outings.
Their opponent the Western Conference-leading Trail Blazers-- were winners of eight of their last ten.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/ ;]


But you would have thought those records were reversed.
The Cavs' Andre Miller with the spin and the bucket led all scorers with 18.
Chris Gatling pounds down a long two. He added another 15 for the Cavaliers. And it was a fun night for Cleveland.
[super=33-Portland/58/Cleveland/84;]


Three players scored 12 points for the Blazers. Steve Smith was one of them. Portland shot 28 percent from the field allowing the Cavaliers the 84-58 win.
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[S-Super]


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When the Super Bowl kicks off on WDBJ this Sunday, five players you watched grow up on the gridiron will be suiting up for the big event.
Steve Mason and photographer Scott Ayres caught up with these former local standouts.
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[SUPER=01-Anthony Poindexter/Ravens Safety; 1:14]
[SUPER=01-Cornell Brown/Ravens Linebacker; 1:28]
[SUPER=01-Jamie Sharper/Ravens Linebacker; 1:42]
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((STEVE MASON:))
((He has exploded onto the national media scene, yet Tiki Barber remains the same humble, unassuming gentleman he was when he played for the Knights at Cave Spring and then the Cavaliers at Virginia, now he's super bowl bound. ((TIKI BARBER/GIANTS RUNNING BACK:)) Tiki's teammate, defensive tackle Keith Hamilton remembers where he came from as well, Lynchburg and Heritage high school. ((:)) Jefferson Forest's pride and joy is Anthony Poindexter. The former UVa star has gone from an injured knee to enjoying a super bowl run. ((:)) E.C. Glass's Cornell Brown is a hilltopper nearing the NFL's peak. He's also a few months away from his Virginia Tech college degree. ((:))
UVa star Jamie Sharper is the best NFL linebacker you've never heard about. He's about to cash in on free agency. ((:)) For most of these five stars, their super bowl journeys began right here in Roanoke or in Lynchburg. Their stories this week. Steve Mason news 7 sports.))

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The Martinsville Speedway is once again proving that rust never sleeps.
Mike Stevens has more on the track's latest expansion project.
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