[News-Heads]

[ANCHOR=Teresa]

[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=tha]
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Coming up on News 7-
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[VO-NAT]

While the president prepares the nation for war-- federal officials issue a second arrest warrant in their investigation into Tuesday's deadly attack. Meanwhile-- here at home residents display their patriotism while raising money for victims and their families.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

News 7 is next.


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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[sot 15:00:52]
[in q=There's no question]

((THERE'S NO QUESTION ABOUT IT: THIS ACT WILL NOT STAND. WE WILL FIND THOSE WHO DID IT. WE WILL SMOKE THEM OUT OF THEIR HOLES,WE'LL GET THEM RUNNING.))
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[out q= we'll get them running.]
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[VO-NAT ]

President Bush braces Americans-- for what he predicts will be long and unrelenting war.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[ss=News 7 at 11]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


[Sat-Attack]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=News 7 at 11]

While the president talks of war-- hopes are fading in New York. Exhausted rescue workers clawing their way through the wreckage of the World Trade Center have heard no signs of life.
It's also been slow-going for recovery workers at the Pentagon. Rescue officials expect it could be ten days before they call an end to the search for remains. Aleen Sirgany is at the Pentagon--which officials estimate will take years and hundreds of millions of dollars to repair. She joins us live now with the very latest. [TAKE NEWSPATH FULL]
[SUPER=145-Arlington;]
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=141-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News;]
[SUPER=143-Camp David, MD; :00]
[SUPER=141-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani/New York City;]
[SUPER=141-PFC. Jason Telgren/U.S. Army;]



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[OUT Q=CBS News.]

((
(SOT: PRESIDENT BUSH)

"We're at war. There has been an act of war declared upon America by terrorists, and we will respond accordingly."
PRESIDENT BUSH IS RE-ASSURING THE AMERICAN PEOPLE THAT THE U.S. WILL STRIKE BACK AT THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR TUESDAY'S ATTACKS. AND FOR THE FIRST TIME, HE'S SINGLING OUT OSAMA BIN LADEN AS A PRIME SUSPECT.
RIGHT NOW, SOURCES TELL CBS NEWS THE F-B-I HAS AT LEAST TWO PEOPLE IN CUSTODY WITH DIRECT KNOWLEDGE OF THE DEADLY PLOT.
AND AUTHORITIES CONFIRM THE F-B-I HAD BEEN LOOKING FOR TWO OF THE HIJACKERS SEVERAL WEEKS BEFORE THE ATTACK.

(NAT)


AT WHAT USED TO BE THE WORLD TRADE CENTER, THE GRUELING SEARCH FOR SURVIVORS MOVES PAINSTAKINGLY FORWARD. BUT--NO SURVIVORS HAVE BEEN FOUND SINCE WEDNESDAY. AND THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE CONFIRMED MISSING HAS GROWN TO NEARLY 5000. MANY STILL CLING TO HOPE....OTHERS ARE ALREADY SAYING GOODBYE.

(NAT)


ON SATURDAY, MOURNERS ATTENDED THE FIRST OF COUNTLESS FUNERALS ...FOR TOP NEW YORK CITY FIREFIGHTERS, AND A BELOVED CHAPLAIN WHO MENTORED THEM.

(SOT: MAYOR RUDOLPH GIULIANI/NEW YORK CITY)

"I think we all realize that we have the strength to deal with this, to overcome it. That our fire department will emerge from it stronger and so will our city."
HERE IN WASHINGTON, FAMILIES TOOK AN EMOTIONAL TOUR OF THE PENTAGON SITE WHERE THEIR LOVED ONES PERISHED.
THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT ALSO RELEASED THIS CHILLING VIDEO ... SHOWING THE MASSIVE DESTRUCTION AT GROUND ZERO.
HAUNTING IMAGES OF TIME STOPPED. A DESK .... A PHONE ... A COMPUTER ... ALL IN OFFICES SHATTERED --ALONG WITH THE LIVES THAT FILLED THEM.
.

SOT: PFC. JASON TELGREN/ US ARMY



(STANDUP)

AUTHORITIES CONFIRM THEY NOW HAVE EVIDENCE THAT OTHER PILOT TRAINED TERRORISTS ARE STILL IN THE COUNTRY ... AND HAVE MADE THE SEARCH FOR THEM THEIR HIGHEST PRIORITY.
ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, THE PENTAGON.

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[SUPER=145-Arlington;][Gilmore-Pentagon]



[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=01-32 TC-1:37:12]
[GRAPHIC=Gov. Jim Gilmore]

Governor Gilmore says parts of the Pentagon are structurally unsafe following Tuesday's attack.
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[SUPER=143-Arlington;]

Gilmore toured the inside of the Pentagon today, surveying the damage. The Governor, however, did have encouraging words for rescue workers.
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[SOT 1:12:23]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=147-Gov. Jim Gilmore]

((GOV. JIM GILMORE; I SAID I WAS PROUD OF THEM AND THANKFUL THAT WE HAVE PEOPLE OF THIS KIND OF TRAINING AND THIS KIND OF SUPPLY AND CAPABILITY READY TO GO IN A CATASTROPHE LIKE THIS.))
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[OUT Q=a catastrophe like this.]
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[VO-NAT :11+]

Gilmore denied a rumor that Richmond was a target in the attacks. He added that Virginians have risen to the challenge of helping the victims in the attacks and the rescue efforts.
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[Dylan-Fund]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=01-24 TC-1:59:17]
[GRAPHIC=America Responds]

A seven year old boy's pledge of 50 dollars has snowballed into more than 76 THOUSAND dollars for the Red Cross.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=143-Roanoke/Yesterday]

Dylan Coleman pledged 50 dollars to the American Red Cross on Thursday through a contest sponsored by Star Country.

After listeners heard about the boy's donation, hundreds of people started calling and donating in his name. Employees with Star Country say the fund raiser will continue throughout the weekend.
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[Spaghetti-Dinner]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11 PM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=01-39 TC-43:46]
[GRAPHIC=America Responds]

Area firefighters were out in full force this weekend raising money for their fallen colleagues.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=143-Roanoke]


The Read Mountain Fire and Rescue Team held a spaghetti dinner today.
The event was originally planned to raise money for an expansion project at the station.
But in light of this week's national tragedies, they decided to switch focus.
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[SOT 18:41:59]
[IN Q=We decided that we]

((CHRIS DEMARS/ASSISTANT CHIEF: WE DECIDED THAT WE THOUGHT IT WAS IMPORTANT TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE FALLEN FIREFIGHTERS THAT WERE IN THE SKYSCRAPERS IN NEW YORK. ITS ALSO GOING TO HELP THE ONES THAT ARE STILL THERE.))
[SUPER=141-Chris DeMars/Assistant Chief]
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[OUT Q=are still there]
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[VO-NAT]


Tonight's spaghetti dinner took place for four hours at the East Park Drive station in Roanoke.
The event raised more than forty-seven hundred dollars.
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[Fundraisers]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11 PM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=01-29 TC-1:42:27]
[GRAPHIC=America Responds]

[!!!ANCHOR TAG!!!] A "boot" drive by firefighters raised nearly thirty thousand dollars today... That's just one of the many fundraisers going on throughout our region this weekend. Justin McLeod has more on how communities are answering the call.
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[SOT 15:03:25]
[IN Q=Nat sound of Firefighters collecting money]
[SUPER=143-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=141-Todd Stone/Firefighter; :13]
[SUPER=149-Justin McLeod/jmcleod*wdbj7.com; :34]
[SUPER=141-Bob Lutjen/American Red Cross; 1:07]
[SUPER=141-Lee Ann Brooks; 1:22]
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[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Roanoke]

((((NAT SOUND OF FIREFIGHTERS COLLECTING MONEY; 15:03:25))
Area firefighters this weekend left the firehouse to hit the streets.
They're going car by car, raising money for their fallen colleagues.
[SOT 15:07:39]
[IN Q=We had one gentleman]

((TODD STONE/FIREFIGHTER: WE HAD ONE GENTLEMAN WHO PULLED UP, GAVE US A 100-DOLLAR BILL AND HE WAS JUST CRYING AND JUST VERY EMOTIONAL))
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[OUT Q=just very emotional]

((NAT SOUND OF FIREFIGHTERS SAYING THANK YOU; 15:03:53))
And the response has been emotional.
The firefighters collected more than twenty thousand dollars in just three days.
The goal is to raise 100-thousand dollars by the end of next week.
[SOT 15:20:11]
[IN Q=And if it isn't money]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: AND IF IT ISN'T MONEY, ITS SUPPLIES. HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE HAVE COME HERE TO ROANOKE SALEM PLAZA IN ROANOKE CITY TO DONATE TO EVERYTHING FROM WATER, MEDICAL SUPPLIES, AND TOLIETERIES. ALL THESE SUPPLIES ARE SCHEDULED TO ARRIVE IN NEW YORK SUNDAY MORNING.))
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[OUT Q=sunday morning]

((NAT SOUND OF UNLOADING SUPPLIES; 15:11:33))
They've collected enough supplies to fill two U-Haul trucks.
Brian Jones will drive one of them.
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[IN Q=We're not New Yorkers]

((BRIAN JONES/ORGANIZER: WE'RE NOT NEW YORKERS, BUT WE'RE AMERICANS AND WE WANT TO HELP.))
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[OUT Q=and we want to help]


Another way to help is to give blood.
This blood drive at the Hotel Roanoke attracted more than three hundred people.
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[IN Q=Its there. We have a reserve]

((BOB LUTJEN/AMERICAN RED CROSS: ITS THERE. WE HAVE RESERVE READY TO GO. AND WE'LL MEET WHATEVER THE DEMAND IS.))
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[OUT Q=whatever the demand is]


Meeting that demand takes a lot of generous people who are willing to help any they can.
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[IN Q=It feels good]

((JEREMY MORRIS: IT FEELS GOOD, KIND OF A WARM FEELING INSIDE.)) ((LEE ANN BROOKS: I THINK IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN THE PRESIDENT THAT SAID THEY THINK THEY KNOW WHAT AMERICANS ARE BUT THEY DON'T UNDERSTAND US DEEP INSIDE.))
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[OUT Q=deep inside]


This is just a small sample of the many fundraisers in our region.
But they're all a good example of our unity, showing the real reason why we're called the "United" States.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Roanoke.))
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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As of today, the firefighters fund has raised nearly fifty thousand dollars.
If you would like to contribute, you can do so at any N-B-C bank.

[Apple-Festival]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11 PM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=01-37 TC-46:13]
[GRAPHIC=none]

Congressman Virgil Goode says he's proud of the Commonwealth's efforts to help our nation.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=143-Boones Mill]


Goode made a scheduled appearance today at the 24th annual Boones Mill Apple Festival.
The Congressman vowed America will catch those responsible but like the president says it may take time.
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[SOT 19:35:28]
[IN Q=We first have to asertain]

((CONGRESSMAN VIRGIL GOODE: WE FIRST HAVE TO ASERTAIN WHETHER ITS DEFINETELY BIN LADEN WHICH EVERYONE ASSUMES IT IS AND ALL EVIDENCE SO FAR POINTS TO HIM AND THEN GO AFTER HIM.))
[SUPER=141-Rep. Virgil Goode/(I) 5th District]
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[OUT Q=then go after him]
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[VO-NAT]


Goode then went on to say the next step is determining what military steps must be taken.
He says military strikes are a strong possibility as well as ground troops.
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[Attack-Poll]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=none]
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A poll from CBS and the New York Times says Americans overwhelmingly support military action, but support for returning to business as usual is NOT as strong.
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[TAKE PRE-PRO PAGE 1] The poll says 85 percent of respondants favor military action against whoever is responsible for the attacks. Just 6 percent are opposed to military retaliation. [TAKE PRE-PRO PAGE 2] 59 percent of Americans say the U-S should get back to business, while 31 percent say they need more time to grieve. [TAKE PRE-PRO PAGE 3] And finally, President Bush is receiving very high approval ratings. 84 percent of Americans say Bush is handling the crisis and his job well, compared to just 9 percent who disapprove. Bush's approval rating was just 50 percent two weeks ago.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[WRITER=rle]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
[SS=None]

Still ahead on News 7 at 11, air travel across the country is slowly getting back on track,
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[VO-NAT]

but some airlines may be cutting back flights and some employees in wake of this week's tragedy. Stay with us, there's more to come.
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[Health-Care]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=jmi]
[TAPE#=01-36 tc:01:20:06]
[GRAPHIC=none]


The rising cost of health care is taking its toll on our area.
Small businesses in the Roanoke Valley saw a 25 percent jump in premiums this year.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=143-Roanoke/File Tape]


Experts say the lack of insurer competition in our region could be one reason prices are so high.
Couple that with the rising costs of prescription medication, and small businesses are now forced to find cheaper ways to insure employees.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=If you could give]

((REPORTER: IF YOU COULD GIVE ONE PIECE OF ADVICE TO YOUR AVERAGE SMALL BUSINESS, WHAT DO YOU TELL THEM? BURMAN CLARK: THE BIGGEST PIECE RIGHT NOW IS EDUCATING EMPLOYEES. LET YOUR EMPLOYEES KNOW THE BIG PICTURE. WE'RE ANTICIPATING WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A TOUGH YEAR NEXT YEAR, AND UNFORTUNATELY IT DOESN'T LOOK LIKE WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A LOT OF HELP FOR THE NEXT TWO YEARS WITH RESPECT TO HEALTH CARE REFORM.))
[SUPER=01-Burman Clark/BB&T VP of Employee Benefits;]
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[OUT Q=care reform.]
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[GRAPHIC=none]


In an appearance on News 7 this morning, Burman Clark of B-B and T said unemployment also contributes to the rising cost of health care when those who can't afford coverage must rely on the government.

[Air-Travel]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11 PM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=01-31 TC-1:16:32]
[GRAPHIC=none]

Air Travel is getting back to normal but many travelers are still on edge.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

At the Roanoke Regional Airport, there were only a few canceled or delayed flights today. Area travel agenices tell us they've been bombarded with calls from passengers who are too nervous to fly right now. But agents tell us that won't necessarily guarantee you a refund.
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[SOT 15:59:25]
[IN Q=I think the airlines]

((TRISH PATRONE/MARTIN TRAVEL: I THINK THE AIRLINES ARE VERY LENIENT LIKE YOU SAID BUT YOU NEED TO FIND OUT THE RULES BEFORE YOU CAN JUST 100-PERCENT EXPECT A REFUND, JUST CHECK WITH US OR CHECK WITH THE AIRLINE JUST TO SEE WHAT THATS GOING TO BE.))
[SUPER=01-Trish Patrone/Martin Travel]
[RUNS=12]
[OUT Q=thats going to be]
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[VO-NAT]


Delta will refund tickets for travel only up to September 17th.
U-S Air and United will refund tickets for travel up to September 25th.
And we're told Continental will only refund tickets for flights that are affected by delays or cancelations.
Regardless, you should double check with your airline.
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[Continental]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=]

Speaking of air travel... American, Northwest, and Continental Airlines says they are cutting their long-term flight schedules by 20- percent.

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[VO-NAT 15:18:13]
[SUPER=@File;]

Continental is also laying off 12- thousand of its workers. Company officials cite an expected drop in air travel following this week's terrorist attacks. Prior to the attacks-- Continental and its subsidiaries flew 25-hundred flights a day.
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[SOT 15:16:53]
[IN Q=It's a sad ]
[SUPER=01-Gordon Bethune/Continental Airlines Chairman;]

((IT'S A SAD DAY WHEN THE WORLD'S BEST AIRLINE HAS TO BE THE FIRST ANNOUNCED THESE CUTS. HERE'S A COMPANY UP UNTIL LAST WEEK HAD A BILLION DOLLARS IN CASH.))
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[OUT Q=billion dollars in cash.]
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[VO-NAT]

The company has more than 56-thousand employees, which means more than a fifth of them will now be furloughed.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[writer=rle]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
[SS=None]

Still ahead on News 7, an illegal immigrant in North Carolina is fired from his job after praising Tuesday's terrorist attacks...
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[VO-NAT]
plus, after the Civil War--- Robert E. Lee retired to Lexington. Shannon Young will show us what the area has to offer

.... in just a few minutes.
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]

[G'boro-Immigration]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=slo]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]

A 28- year old immigrant was fired from his job this week after he praised the attack on America.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Greensboro, NC;]

According to officials at Kay's Chemical Company in Greensboro, Abdou Moussa loudly celebrated the attacks, distracting other workers, and was fired after he refused to leave. Later he showed up again dressed in combat fatigues and was charged with trespassing. When Moussa was arrested he admitted to being in the country illegally. Immigration and Naturalization services soon plan to deport him to his home country of Niger. An official with the ACLU says the company was well within its rights to fire the man.
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[Lee-Chapel]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=Time Off]
[GRAPHIC=Time Off]

Washington and Lee University is saturated with history. In this week's Time Off, Shannon Young shows us why Lee Chapel is one of the most visited historic sites in the Commonwealth.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=The bells at Lee Chapel sound daily...]
[SUPER=03-Lexington; :00]
[SUPER=01-Patricia Hobbs/Lee Chapel; :23]
[SUPER=@Shannon2; :56]
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(([SOT 15:02:17-15:02:24]

((bells))
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The bells at Lee Chapel sound daily, a legacy of one of the namesakes of Washington and Lee University. While many know General Robert E. Lee as a figure in the Civil War, fewer are aware of his accomplishments during the peace that followed.
[SOT 14:48:19-14:48:29]
[IN Q=For five years after the Civil War he was...]

((For five years after the Civil War he was a leader in education, changing a small, classical school into a modern university.))
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[OUT Q=into a modern university.]

General George Washington revived the school from near financial disaster during the late 1700's. When Lee took over in 1865 he built the Chapel. The first and only building constructed during his tenure was designed to meet a multitude of needs.
[SOT 14:48:55-14:49:06]
[IN Q=Originally, the president's office and...]

((Originally, the president's office and treasurer's office and the student center, which became the library, were down in the basement, and the upstairs was used as both a chapel and auditorium.))
[RUNS= :11]
[OUT Q=chapel and auditorium.]

And still is. The sparkling white pews seat more than 500-students even as the chamber maintains an intimate feel. As a visitor, you can wander, gazing at paintings and strolling around a recumbant statue of Lee.
On the bottom floor, get a glimpse into his life and pay your final respects.
[SOT 14:49:47-14:50:01]
[IN Q=The Lee Family crypt is downstairs...]

((The Lee Family crypt is downstairs, his office is still maintained much as it was as he left it on September 28, 1870 when he probably suffered a stroke.))
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[OUT Q=when he probably suffered a stroke.]

Lee's loyal steed, Traveller, rests just outside. Visitors still leave sugar cubes and coins in honor of the horse who carried a man who helped shape America. Shanon Young, News 7, Lexington.))

[S-W & L]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-101 (53:55)]
[GRAPHIC=W & L logo]


Washington and Lee was one of several ODAC football teams that hit the grid iron yesterday.
And running back Chris Sullivan rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown as the Generals beat Guilford 27 to 6.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington/Washington and Lee vs Guilford; :]


During the playing of the National Anthem the American Flag flew at half mast in honor of the victims in the Terriost attacks on New York and Washington.
The Generals had the ball first and goal on the six yard line quarterback Peter Dean hands off to Marc Watson who cuts back up the middle fumbles it into the end zone and teammate Joe Vitta falls on it for the touchdown.
Washington and Lee led 13 to 6 in the second, Then in the fourth quarter Dean hands off to Chris Sullivan and he scores from 9 yards out and the Generals took the 20 to 6 lead.
[SUPER=36-Washington & Lee/27/Guilford/6/;]


W & L would score again in the zone when Watson takes the handoff and goes airborne over the pile from the one and the Generals cruise to the 27 to 6 win over Guilford.
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[S-ODAC]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-95 (1:29:11)]
[GRAPHIC=ODAC Logo]


The Old Dominion Athletic conference decided not to suspend any of its Athletic events this weekend.
And one of the main reasons behind the decision is the schools team usually travel by bus.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="I think...]
[SUPER=01-Brad Bankston/ODAC Commissioner; :00]
[RUNS=:19]
[OUT Q=......decision was made."]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :]


Several other Division three schools across the country also continued their athletic events this weekend.
And Bankston said he doesn't think the coaches and Athletic directors in the ODAC have to defend the decision to play.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="I Really don't...]
[RUNS=:26]
[OUT Q=....they've made."]
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[S-Ferrum]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=Ferrum Logo]


Ferrum College won its conference opener this afternoon.
The Panthers beat Chowan 14 to 10. Ferrum is now 1 and 2 overall and 1 and 0 in the conference.
[GRAPHIC=College Football]


In other division three games, Emory and Henry lost to Sewanee, while Randolph-Macon downed Denison.
For those and other division three scores lets check the boards. [MOTION]
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[SUPER=0101-j/Catawba/12//Wingate/0///j/Jacksonville/39//Moorehead St./27///;]
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[SUPER=0101-j/Mars Hill/23//Newberry/10///j/Methodist/28//Salisbury St./27///;]
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[SUPER=0101-j/Mount Union/48//Otterbein/10///j/Johns Hopkins/28//Rochester/6///;]
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[SUPER=0102-j/Dan River/28//Chatham/16///j/G.W. Danville/30//Page/7///;]
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[OUT Q=....last score."]
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[S-Soccer]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=Soccer Logo]


In men's ODAC Soccer Roanoke beat Southern Virginia 3 to nothing and Averett beat Washington and lee 2 to 1 in double overtime.
On the women's side W & L downed Eastern Mennonite 3 to 2 Emory and Henry over ferrum 1 to nothing and Radford topped Morehead State 5 to 1.

The Roanoke Dazzle reaches out to some elementary school students, more later on Sunday Morning.

[S-Crash]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-103 (52:26)]
[GRAPHIC=Sports Logo]


2-time Cart Champion Alex Zanardi remains in stable condition at a hospital in Germany after a crash yesterday during the American Memorial 500.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Klettwitz, Germany/ESPN; :]


Zanardi lost both of his legs after being hit by another car during the race. He lost control leaving the pits and he was T-boned in the front of the car by Alex Tagliani, who was going almost 200 miles per hour at the time of the crash.
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[TALENT=Roy]
[GRAPHIC=Hold Logo]


Tagliani was not hurt and Kenny Brack won the race under a yellow caution flag.


[S-Dazzle]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[W ITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-99 1:16:42]
[GRAPHIC=dazzle]


The Roanoke Dazzle, the National Basketball Development League team preparing for it's first season in the Star City, started a Read to Achieve program in one area school this week.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Tuesday morning, Hurt Park Elementary, the school that produced NBA star George Lynch, was the first school to welcome the Dazzle. Head coach Kent Davison read to the first and fifth grade classes while knowing that the planes had crashed into the world trade center.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Kent Davison/Dazzle Head Coach; :00]
[RUNS=24]
[OUT Q=it's just unbelieveable"]
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[VO-NAT]


Davison focussed on his job for that day and read a few books to the kids.
Team president Donna Daniels also read. Coach and Ms. Daniels, and other staff members read to 105 children and also donated 116 books.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="]
[SUPER=01-Donna Daniels/Dazzle Team President; :00]
[SUPER=01-Gary Galbreath/Hurt Park Elementary Principal; :12]
[RUNS=:22]
[OUT Q="needs of Hurt Park school"]
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[VO-NAT]


This is only the beginning of this read to achieve program. The Dazzle will also take the program to other area schools.
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[S-MLB]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-96 (1:49:24)]
[GRAPHIC=MLB Logo]


The Major League Baseball season is scheduled to resume on Monday after several days off the field because of the terriorist attacks in New York and Washington.
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[VO-NAT]


Team uniforms will have a new look as Major League Baseball today began sewing flags on the side of the baseball caps.
All major league teams will wear the hats beginning tomorrow and continuing through the remainder of the regular season, through the playoffs and in the World Series.
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That's it for sports, have a great day everybody.


[Lobby-Fund]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=01-49 TC-15:26]
[GRAPHIC=America Responds]

More than 5-hundred viewers of Your Hometown Station have donated 11-thousand dollars to the American Red Cross...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=143-Roanoke;]

Hundreds of people have been stopping by W-D-B-J's lobby since yesterday to donate money and to send notes of sympathy to the families of victims in New York and Washington. You can stop by the station until midnight-- and again tomorrow from 6-a-m until midnight, and all next week during no(------------) rmal business hours.