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Good Evening.
Norfolk Southern's earnings are out- the railroad made money- but its still laying off thousands.
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Also tonight we'll hear from two of the Texas prison escapees- about their time on the run.
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Teens aren't supposed to smoke but many do- just steps from Patrick Henry High School's library. Some hope to change that.
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And THE top high school player in the country is going to Virginia Tech.
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Plus checking in with some local guys who are playing in the Superbowl. A special report- all On News 7 AFTER the ballgame.
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Should God be on public school walls? The debate after the game.[News-Heads]


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Next on News 7, the last two men who escaped from a Texas prison are recaptured. We'll have the latest from Colorado.
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And the man who went on a hate filled shooting spree escapes the death penalty.
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In medical news, we'll see what a critical shortage of blood could mean to local hospitals,
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Plus in Sports, Mike Stevens will tell us if the nation's number one high school football player is coming to Virginia Tech.
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((THE LAST TWO GAVE THEMSELVES UP IN COLORADO.))
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You heard right- the remaining two of the Texas Seven- are in custody tonight.

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It was a tip to police- a motel worker who spotted the two and called authorities- that led to today's arrests.
The final two escapees spoke out today= saying they're vicitms of the criminal justice system.


Chris Lawrence has more- from Colorado.
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A White Supremacist with ties to this area- will avoid the death penalty for opening fire in a Jewish Community Center.
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Buford Furrow killed a Filipino American mail carrier in 1999 and then opened fire in a California J-C-C day care- wounding five people there.
Under a plea agreement, Furrow will get a mandatory life sentence without parole.
Furrow's father went to school in Roanoke-
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At the time of the shooting News 7 spoke with his grandmother in Salem- who said her grandson is mentally ill and had at one point put himself in a mental institution.
Clarsie Furrow said her grandson got mixed-up with the wrong crowd.
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The earnings report for Norfolk Southern is in- and it's the only good news the company has heard in months.
Earnings are up 13-million dollars since the last quarter of 1999.
But even so, big changes are on the way to cut costs at the railroad.
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News 7 Business reporter Jennifer Miele is outside Norfolk Southern now.
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Jean, earnings ARE up, that's the good news from NS CEO David Goode.
But the bad news... thousands of employees will be cut within the next year.
Goode says the slow down in the auto industry is to blame.
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[PRE PRO OF GOODE] [tc: 20:06:52] ((DAVID GOODE/NS CEO: GENERAL MOTORS HAS ANNOUNCED IT IS CUTTING PRODUCTION BY 100,000 CARS BY THE FIST QUARTER OF 2001. THIS IS THE SECOND REDUCTION IN A MONTH WHICH BRINGS PROJECTED OUTPUT DOWN BY 21 PERCENT. THE LOWEST PRODUCTION SINCE 1996.))
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A slow down in vehicle production means Norfolk Southern won't be shipping nearly as many cars OR raw materials used to build those cars.
That's one of the reasons N-S has decided to sell off three to four thousand miles of track.
The company also plans to cut one to two thousand jobs over the next 12 months.
David Goode refused to specify when and where those job cuts will take affect. [TC: 20:09:31] ((DAVID GOODE: WE DON'T WANT TO PROVIDE YOU WITH TOO GENERAL A NUMBER AT AN EARLY STAGE IN OUR GOAL SETTING.))
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And while the company waits to decide who's staying and who's going, its employees are waiting for the company to acknowledge the layoffs are happening because of the Conrail merger. [01:10:03] ((T.R. MCCOY: WE SAW WHAT IT DID WITH THE N&W AND THE SOUTHERN MERGER WHEN THEY FORMED THE CORPORATION NS. WE LOST, THE TWO RAILROADS WERE ABLE TO CUT THEIR EMPLOYEES IN HALF IN TWO YEARS.))
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That's the latest twist of events for the railroad.
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Jean, we'll be waiting to hear who will be affected.

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Don't hold your breath in Pulaski County.
Governor Jim Gilmore today declined to offer the apology the Pulaski Board of Supervisors requested this week.
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That's after Gilmore told News 7 last month that Pulaski voters should throw the supervisors out of office for raising the car tax he's trying to eliminate.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: ONE THING THAT LOCAL OFFICIALS CAN ALWAYS DO IS RAISE THE CAR TAX, OVER AND ABOVE THE PHASE-OUT THAT WE'RE DOING. I THINK THAT'S BAD POLICY AND I SAID SO. BUT I DON'T RUN THOSE BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS. THEY MAKE THEIR OWN DECISIONS BASED ON THEIR OWN CONSTITUENTS. I WAS SIMPLY POINTING OUT THE OPPORTUNITY FOR CONSTITUENTS TO HAVE A VOICE IN THAT MATTER IF THEY DON'T APPROVE OF THAT POLICY. THERE'S NOTHING TO APOLOGIZE FOR FOR THAT.))
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The supervisors voted in July to raise the property tax 50 cents on each 100 dollars of personal property.
The supervisors say they need the money to fund school and road improvements for which the state won't pay.


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The flu is forcing one private school in our area to close for the rest of the week. The Carlisle School in Martinsville will be closed both Thursday and Friday.
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Stay with us, up next we will tell you which national department store is closing a number of its stores.
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[VO] Also several changes are coming at a local shopping mall. We'll have the details after this break.
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On his fifth day as President of the United States, George W. Bush's education secretary was sworn in- Bush also planned to meet with his former rival- John McCain.
Drew Levinson is in Washington with the details.
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THIS IS THE SIXTH MEETING IVE HAD WITH LEGISLATORS
But it was the first time President Bush had met with democratic leaders at the White House. Both sides have vowed to cooperate to a pointand one of those points centers around the confirmation of attorney general nominee John Ashcroft.

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Though his confirmation is all but certain, Democrats want written answers from Ashcroft to more than 125 questions before the Senate Judiciary committee votes on recommending him to join the Presidents cabinet.

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I THINK THEYRE MAKING SURE THAT WHEN THEY CONFIRM HIM, ALL QUESTIONS HAVE BEEN ANSWERED.

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No delay however for other cabinet nominees. Despite drawing fire from womens groups over his proposed review of the abortion pill, the senate confirmed Tommy Thompson as the new secretary of Health and Human Services. The senate also confirmed the lone Democrat Norman Mineta for Transportation secretary.

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And one day after President Bush unveiled his education plan-his new education secretary Rod Paige was sworn in.
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Members of the Henry County school board took a road trip today.
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The group is CONSIDERING a plan that would consolidate four of the county's high schools into two. Students would attend Bassett or Magnavista high schools. But the proposal has drawn criticism from some parents who say their children would have to ride the bus for more than an hour one way. So--the board and other school officials road the route to find out how long it would take. The ride timed out to 61 minutes from the Mountain Valley community to Magnavista high school. The county's transportation director says that's reasonable.
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((VELERA GAMMONS/DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION: I CERTAINLY FEEL IT'S FEASIBLE, VERY FEASIBLE TO DO IT AND I THINK THIS HELPED US ALL INCLUDING MYSELF TO REALIZE IT'S NOT SO AWFUL BAD, IT'S WHAT OTHER KIDS ARE DOING RIGHT NOW.))
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At least one critic who went on the ride, though, is still not convinced the proposal should be pursued. We'll hear from her... tonight on NEWS 7 at six.
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Changes are in store at Roanoke's Valley View Mall.
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The Mall has reached its 15 year lease term... meaning many stores will re-sign or leave this year.
Hecht's will be occupying the upper level of the old Montgomery Ward space.
Belk is expanding its store at the mall. The expansion is expected to be complete by the first week of November.


The Mall is also making some changes to the lower level and getting it ready for a new store.
And Matthew's Hallmark - one of two Hallmark stores at the mall - will close its doors tomorrow.
Valley View says it has six leases pending, so new stores could appear at any time.
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In other retailing news, J.C. Penney announced today it will close 50 department stores nationwide as new management tries to repair financial trouble.
The company also owns Eckerd Drugstores- the company spokesman says seven Eckerd stores will also close.
J-C Penney is expected to announce which stores will close by the end of the week.


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Jacey Birch is skating on thin ice today. She's learning to play hockey with the Roanoke Express.
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Most Americans are familiar with football... baseball and basketball but... what about those guys on ice skates.
If you wanted to learn about the sport of hockey, put on your safety mask and pay attention.
Jacey Birch is at the Roanoke Civic Center with some of the Roanoke Express hockey players to give us a lesson.
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Today in Sports, the nation's top high school prospect commits to a college. Mike Stevens will be along to tell us where Kevin Jones will play football in the fall,
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Topping tonight's health check- America's blood supply. 95 percent of Americans will receive blood products at some point in their lives.
But how many of them ever donate?
The answer is: Very few.
And with many areas already dealing with blood shortages -- it's a concern for some hospitals.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more.
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And if the blood supply becomes critical Carilion says it could affect patients.
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((WHAT CAN OCCUR THERE CAN EITHER BE CANCELLATIONS OF ELECTIVE TYPE OF SURGERIES, THERE CAN BE CANCELLATION OF ALL TYPE OF SURGERIES COULD REQUIRE TRAUMA PATIENTS TO GET DO DIFFERENT LOCATION DON'T HAVE BLOOD AVAILABLE TO THEM OBVIOUSLY HERE IN ROANOKE THAT WOULD BE MORE PROBLEMATIC BECAUSE WE ONLY HAVE ONE LEVEL ONE TRAUMA CENTER AND THAT'S HERE AT ROANOKE MEMORIAL )) [RUNS21]
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The American Red Cross which is Carilion's only supplier --needs to collect 300 pints of blood a day just to meet current needs.
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING:AS YOU CAN SEE HERE THE AMERICAN RED CROSS HAS ABOUT A DAY AND HALF SUPPLY OF BLOOD ON HAND FOR THE REGION, NOW IT WOULD LIKE TO HAVE 3 DAY SUPPLY SINCE IT SUPPLIES BLOOD TO 38 HOSPITALS IN 43 DIFFERENT COUNTIES )) [RUNS14]
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And the Red Cross says with donations down this time of year, now is the time to give.
Just one blood donation can save as many as four lives.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))

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Welcome folks to the midweek ticker. Hometoen Hoops Weekly is preempted this week due to our week long super bowl coverage on former area high school great, and because there is big news tonight
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concerning Virginia Tech football, and in particular high school running back Kevin Jones.
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This afternoon at Cardinal O'Hara high school in Philadelphia, Jones shocked his home state when he pulled out a Penn State jersey, put it away and then quickly pulled off his sweater to unveil a Virginia Tech Michael Vick jersey. Jones, who is considered by many of the experts to be the best high school player in the nation, picked Tech over Penn State, Tennessee, UCLA, and Notre Dame.
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More from Jones tonight on News 7 at six.
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Plus, the Daily Press in Newport News is reporting tonight that Michael Vick as fired agent Andrew Joel. The paper also says Vick likely will sever ties with Jim Kelly's marketing firm that he just signed with last week.

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Lynchburg's Cornell Brown is headed to the Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens, one of his many accomplishments this year. Steve Mason explains.
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((There are not many things that get Cornell Brown upset. The All-American at Virginia Tech, who racked up 40 sacks as a Hokie, is now a back up linebacker. He makes the most of his opportunities. I n limited action at the left side linebackers spot, Brown has three sacks and 25 stops from scrimmage. Some experts say Brown and the Ravens aggressive linebackers toughest job will be catching the elusive Tiki Barber. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
There are two other Lynchburg natives who will play in the Super Bowl. Coming up tonight at six, we will hear from Anthony Poindexter of Jefferson Forest and Heritage hero Keith Hamilton. Steve Mason News 7 sports.))
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Some local college students are taking a field trip courtesy of the City of Roanoke.
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This Saturday students from Ferrum College will be bussed into the city to catch a movie at the Grandin Theater and to shop and see downtown. Roanoke will foot the bill for the busses. The outing is part of a program designed to introduce students to the city's charms.
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((DARLENE BURCHAM/ROANOKE CITY MANAGER: COLLEGE STUDENTS, AND THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF THEM HERE IN THE AREA, NEED TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET TO KNOW AND APPRECIATED THE CITY OF ROANOKE AND WHAT IT HAS TO OFFER. I KEEP HEARING PEOPLE SAY, AND IT'S A VERY ACCURATE STATEMENT, THAT IF YOU CAN GET SOMEONE TO ROANOKE THEY FALL IN LOVE WITH THE PLACE.))
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Students at Radford were the first to enjoy the "College Days" program during a day trip last month.
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Hollins University is next on the list. Burcham hopes the program will garner enough support- so that weekend outings can become a regular event.

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