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The countdown is on for Mark Warner.. who begins the transition from candidate to governor.
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And a much shorter countdown is on to the Country Music Awards. We'll look ahead to tonight. [Weather-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
[SS=None]


A cool front will swing through and cool things off, but will provide no relief from the dry weather, I've got all the details.

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[WRITER=ejo]
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On Healthcheck, fighting a disease that turns the body against itself.
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And our Web Site of the Day lets you get rid of those pop-up ads on the Internet.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]


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[SOT]
[IN Q=He seemed very friendly...]

((He seemed very friendly, clean cut looking. God, I was under the impression he was with foreign money exchange, in mortgages.))
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[OUT Q=for the people in his country.]
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[VO-NAT]

Two men are taken into custody in the U.S as the government seeks to end the flow of money to terrorists. President Bush calls it the next step in the "fight against evil."
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[5-Attacks-Update]


[ANCHOR=Shan]
[NEWSCAST=5 p.m.]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=War on Terrorism]

Good evening. I'm Shannon Young in for Jean Jadhon.
Topping the news tonight: President Bush is taking aim at the pocket books of those who finance terrorism. Officials froze the assets of some companies and people, while agents conducted raids on businesses in several cities.
*The crackdown stretched to Boston today -- where two men were charged with running an illegal money transmitting business.* Also, for the first time, we're hearing the 9-1-1 call of a victim who died in America's other war - the one against anthrax.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Sirgany/Newspath]

Aleen Sirgany is live with the details.
[SUPER=141-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News;]
[SUPER=145-New York City;]
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=143-]
[SUPER=141-John Ashcroft/Attorney General;]
[SUPER=142-Thomas Morris/Anthrax Victim;]
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((CRACKING DOWN ON OSAMA BIN LADENS FINANCIAL NETWORK, POLICE TODAY RAIDED NINE BUSINESSES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES, INCLUDING IN SEATTLE, BOSTON, MINNEAPOLIS, AND COLUMBUS, OHIO.

(SOT)JOHN ASHCROFT/ATTORNEY GENERAL

The Department of Justice is bringing the full weight of the criminal law against those who fund or launder money for terrorists.
PRESIDENT BUSH SAID TODAY THE U.S IS GOING AFTER AN ADDITIONAL 62 PEOPLE AND ORGANIZATIONS LINKED TO BIN LADEN IN AT LEAST EIGHT OTHER COUNTRIESALL SUSPECTED OF FUNNELING MONEY TO TWO FINANCIAL NETWORKS CONTROLLED BY BIN LADEN.

(SOT) BUSH

"By shutting these networks down, we are disrupting the murders work."
A NEW DISCOVERY IN THE WAR ON ANTHRAX TODAY... WEEKS AFTER THE CHILD OF AN ABC PRODUCER TESTED POSITIVE, THE BACTERIA HAS BEEN FOUND IN THE MAILROOM OF THE NEWS ORGANIZATION. AND FOR THE FIRST TIME, WE'RE HEARING THE CHILLING 9-1-1 CALL OF A MAN WHO WORKED AT THIS WASHINGTON POST OFFICE:
POSS GRAPHIC: (Voice of Thomas Morris/Anthrax victim)
SOT: 15:08:45 I think I may have anthrax. (butted to) 15:09:14 I'm

having difficulty breathing.. I feel I might pass out.
HE DIED 14 HOURS LATER.
STAND-UP: GOING AFTER THE TERRORISTS IN AFGHANISTAN, U-S GROUND TROOPS, ACCORDING TO THE PENTAGON, ARE SIMPLY HELPING THE OPPOSITION, AND NOT DIRECTING THE LAND BATTLE AGAINST THE TALIBAN. THE NORTHERN ALLIANCE NOW CLAIMS IT HAS TAKEN OVER TALIBAN TERRITORY NEAR MAZAR-E-SHARIF.))

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[5-Warner]


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A Democrat will sit atop the chain of command in Richmond for the first time since Doug Wilder left office in January 1994.
Today, Mark Warner moved quickly to name a transition team and define the administration he hopes to put together.


[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Ellen/Microwave]


Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond newsroom.
What can we expect from a Governor Warner?
[LIVE=Ellen full/Microwave]
[SUPER=219-Ellen Qualls/equalls*wdbj7.com;]


Shannon, Mark Warner says expect diversity, inclusion, innovation, and openness.
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[SUPER=203-Richmond;]


His transition team will be co-chaired by former Fifth district Congressman L-F Payne and former Virginia Commonwealth University provost Grace Harris.
John Milliken, Doug Wilder's Transportation Secretary, will serve as transition director.
Tomorrow, Warner will head to New York with Governor Jim Gilmore for an annual business development pitch.
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[IN Q=Governor Gilmore was very, very]
[sot tape 11:19 ]

((MARK WARNER/D-GOVERNOR-ELECT: GOVERNOR GILMORE WAS VERY, VERY GRACIOUS LAST NIGHT. AND I KNOW HE LOOKS AND WE'LL WORK WELL TOGETHER IN TERMS OF A SMOOTH TRANSITION. AND OBVIOUSLY A PART OF THAT TRANSITION -- A MAJOR PART OF THAT TRANSITION, PARTICULARLY EARLY ON WILL BE REALLY GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF THE TRUE EXTENT OF OUR BUDGET SHORTFALL.))
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[RUNS=:19]
[OUT Q=extent of our budget shortfall.]
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Governor- elect Warner says this will be the most bipartisan administration in Virginia history.
Shannon, if you look at the legislature, you realize it has to be.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Ellen/Microwave]

[Shannon Question]
Have you heard from Republicans today?
[LIVE=Ellen full]


Shannon, all was quiet on the Mark Earley front today.
Attorney General -elect Jerry Kilgore named a transition team.
And Governor Jim Gilmore congratulated Mark Warner on a masterful effort that Gilmore reads as "personal victory," not a partisan mandate.
He also reminded reporters in an afternoon conference call that Republicans picked up 12 seats in the House yesterday.


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Results are now in from Patrick County, where election officials had to deal with thousands of write-in votes.
The big problem was a school board race, where the only candidate on the ballot was called to active military service. Three others then started write-in campaigns.
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[Take Leader 675]
The votes were finally tallied today, and Bobby Mangrum won the battle of the write-ins in the Smith River District. Even though he withdrew, Douglas Dunlap still got 80 votes.
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And in the same district, write-in votes defeated the only candidate on the ballot for County Supervisor.
Dewey Baker received 343 votes, but his write-in challenger, Crystal Harris, earned the victory with 460 votes.


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A brush fire produced forty foot flames and caused 100- thousand dollars of damage in Roanoke this afternoon.
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Trees and brush between the Wyndham Hotel and the new studios of WDBJ-7 caught fire around 1:20.
No one was injured, but the flames spread quickly and a dozen cars in the hotel parking lot were damaged.
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[SOT 20:51:27]
[IN Q=As dry as everything is]

((AS DRY AS EVERYTHING IS, EVERYTHING IS IN A TINDER BOX CONDITION, IT GOT INTO THRESE TREES AND WE HAD FLAMES WHEN I CAME ACROSS HERSHBERGER ROAD, THERE WERE FLAMES SHOOTING 40 TO 50 FEET IN THE AIR.))
[SUPER=01-Ralph Tartaglia/Battalion Chief;]
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[OUT Q=50 feet in the air.]
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[VO-NAT]


Investigators were searching for the point of origin this afternoon, but said they did not know how the fire started.
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[5-Belk]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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[WRITER=jmi]
[TAPE#=501-08 1:06:29]
[GRAPHIC=Valley View Mall]


After nine months and seven million dollars, Valley View Mall is welcoming the newly renovated Belk.
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The store added 23 thousand square feet of space.
Its interior has been completely renovated: design, decor, and lighting.
Belk says it's also enlarged offerings of fashion merchandise brands for the family and home in hopes of topping sales goals.
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[IN Q=The way we will do]

((LARRY STUART/BELK MARKETING: THEY WAY WE WILL DO GOOD BUSINESS HERE IS TO HAVE THE RIGHT PRODUCTS AND THE RIGHT PRICES FOR THE CUSTOMER WHEN THEY WANT TO SHOP. SO WE'RE READY AND WE'VE GOT A BEAUTIFUL LOCATION FOR THEM NOW.))
[SUPER=01-Larry Stuart/Belk Marketing Vice-President]
[RUNS=11]
[OUT Q=for them now.]
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[VO-NAT]


Belk management says the store has felt the effects of a slowing economy, but feels the Roanoke market has major growth potential.
Belk called upon several local celebrities to get the word out about the grand re-opening, including Miss Virginia, Meghan Shanley.
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The Concorde flies again. Still ahead, supersonic air travel returns to the skies.
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[VO]
And on Healthcheck .. living with Lupus .. a disease that turns the body's immune system against itself.
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[5-Concorde]


[ANCHOR=Shan]
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The Concorde is back in the air.
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY;]

For the first time since a deadly crash more than 15-months ago the supersonic jets today resumed service. Two of the planes landed in New York at Kennedy International this morning, one with rock-star Sting on board.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=For British Airways, the Concorde underpins the commitment...]
[SUPER=01-Rod Eddington/Chief Executive, British Airways;]

((ROD EDDINGTON, CHIEF EXECUTIVE, BRITISH AIRWAYS: FOR BRITISH AIRWAYS, THE CONCORDE UNDERPINS OUT COMMITMENT TO NEW YORK AND WE HOPE THAT IT WILL PLAY SOME PART IN REBUILDING CONFIDENCE IN THIS WONDERFUL CITY AND WILL DEMONSTRATE TO THE WORLD, AS MAYOR GIULIANI HAS SO ACTIVELY CHAMPIONED OVER THE LAST COUPLE OF MONTHS, THAT NEW YORK REALLY IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL.))
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[OUT Q=open for business as usual.]
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[VO-NAT]

The Air France and British Airways fleets were grounded after a crash last July killed 113 people. The accident was blamed on a ruptured tire that sent debris flying into a fuel tank. The Concorde now has new tires, fuel-tank liners and a flameproof undercarriage.
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[5-Lupus]


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In Health Check tonight --
Every year more than 16-thousand Americans develop lupus.
A chronic disease in which the body starts attacking itself.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2 shot]

Tonight Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton talks with a local woman about how the disease has affected her life.
[ANCHOR=Joy 2 shot]


Shan, Lupus is a disease that mainly affects women.
[ANCHOR=JOY FULL]
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Especially those of child bearing age. And while there is no cure -- there is help available.
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[IN Q=This is always a difficult time of year]
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[OUT Q=to ask for help]

((
This is always a difficult time of year for Jan Williams. Diagnosed with Lupus 20 years ago -- in early fall she often suffers flare-ups.
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[SOT8:32:41]
[IN Q=For me the entire time it's been unrelenting]

((FOR ME THE ENTIRE TIME IT'S BEEN UNRELENTING PAIN AND FATIGUE AND THIS PAST WEEK HAS BEEN REALLY BAD)) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=has been really bad]
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[SOT8:19:06]
[IN Q=SYSTEMIC LUPUS IS AN AUTO IMMUNE]

((SYSTEMIC LUPUS IS AN AUTO IMMUNE CONDITION IN WHICH BODIES IMMUNE SYSTEM....GETS CONFUSED AND ACTUALLY ATTACKS THE INDV. OWN TISSUES --AND CAN DAMAGE THOSE TISSUES IN VARIOUS WAYS)) [RUNS19]
[OUT Q=in various ways]


Some of the common symptoms of lupus include painful or swollen joints, muscle pain, red rashes most commonly on the face, sensitivity to the sun, extreme fatigue and unexplained fever.
Rheumatologist Garry Bayliss says Lupus can be serious even life threatening because the body can start attacking vital organs like the kidneys and brain. But he says while there is no cure it is treatable.
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[SOT8:26:06]
[IN Q=We certainly do consider it a treatable]

((WE CERTAINLY DO CONSIDER IT A TREATABLE DISEASE FOR MOST PATIENTS WERE ABLE TO INTERVENE TO CONTROL THE WORSE OF SYMPTOMS. DEPENDING ON SEVERITY OF DISEASE WE MIGHT HAVE TO USE VERY SERIOUS MEDICATIONS )) [RUNS15]
[OUT Q=use very serious medications]


Williams hopes that she is a testament to other sufferers --that you can make it. She encourages families to be supportive of loved ones with the disease. One way she has found support is through an on-line group.
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[SOT8:38:39]
[IN Q=Do day by day what you can]

((DO DAY BY DAY WHAT YOU CAN --IF YOU CAN'T LET IT GO AND DON'T HESITATE TO ASK FOR HELP)) [RUNS10]
[OUT Q=to ask for help]))
[ANCHOR=Joy Full]


Researchers are still trying to determine what causes Lupus. And who is more likely to get it and why.
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Jean,

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Regular season titles are nice, but one area team is looking ahead to tournament time. Still ahead, Steve Mason with Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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And "Only in America", here come the Country Music Awards. We'll look ahead to tonight's program.
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Tonight's Country Music Awards will be about more than rewarding musicians. The show will also aim to help America recover and move forward after the attacks of September 11th. Jennifer Miller has a preview.
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[IN Q="Sun coming up in New York City...]
[SUPER=03-Nashville, TN;]
[SUPER=01-Ed Benson/Director, Country Music Awards; :26]
[SUPER=01-Vince Gill/Entertainer; :38]
[SUPER=01-Sheryl Crow/Entertainer; 1:06]
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(("SUN COMING UP IN NEW YORK CITY..."
...WITH THOSE WORDS -- BROOKS & DUNN WILL OPEN THE 35TH ANNUAL COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION AWARDS TONIGHT..THE SONG.. "ONLY IN AMERICA."
IT'S THE INDUSTRY'S BIGGEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR ... BUT WILL SHIFT ITS ATTENTION AWAY FROM ITSELF ..AND ONTO THE NATION ... AND LIFE AFTER THE SEPTEMBER 11TH ATTACKS.

SOT: ED BENSON/DIRECTOR, COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS

09:32:13 THIS SHOW HAS A MISSION AND THAT'S TO HELP AMERICA BECOME MORE COMFORTABLE ABOUT WHERE IT IS RIGHT NOW.
...AND WHERE AMERICA IS...IS ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY...MANY ARTISTS SAY THEY HOPE TONIGHT'S SHOW WILLL EASE THE JOURNEY.

SOT: VINCE GILL/ENTERTAINER
01:35:59/TAPE #2

ALL MUSIC IS A GREAT PLACE FOR PEOPLE TO GO WHEN THEY ARE STRUGGLING OR SUFFERING...

NAT SOT: DIAMOND RIO

09:52:50 "WISHING FOR ONE MORE DAY WITH YOU..."
THERE WILL BE 25 PERFORMANCES IN ALL...MANY ... CROONING ABOUT THE VERY FABRIC OF AMERICA- WEAVING THEMES SUCH AS HARD TIMES, BROKEN RELATIONSHIPS AND HUMAN FAILURES WITH FREEDOM, LOVE AND INDEPENDENCE.

SOT: SHERYL CROW/ENTERTAINER
02:01:44/TAPE #2

COUNTRY MUSIC IS JUST THE ULTIMATE AMERICAN ARTFORM, AND I THINK WE ARE ALL JUST CLINGING TO THAT RIGHT NOW.
BUT BEFORE THE STARS CAN EVEN GET TO THE STAGE, THEY MUST FIRST GET THROUGH SECURITY. IT'LL BE ITS HIGHEST EVER ... WITH SOME OF THE INDUSTRY'S MOST RECOGNIZED FACES SHOWING THEIR IDS AT THE DOOR.
STANDUP: SHOW ORGANIZERS WON'T GIVE SPECIFIC SECURITY DETAILS, BUT SAY THEY CONSULTED WITH THE FBI AND NASHVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT'S ANTI-TERRORISM UNIT. THERE'S ALSO A BACKUP PLAN ...TODAY'S DRESS REHEARSAL WAS NOT OPEN TO THE MEDIA....BECAUSE IT WAS BEING TAPED. -- IN THE EVENT THE BUILDING IS EVACUATED....THAT TAPE WILL BE BROADCAST...AND THE AWARDS GIVEN OUT FROM ANOTHER SECRET LOCATION.JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, NASHVILLE.)) [Stats] [11/07/2001] [TWO SHOT TOSS] [WALK INTO CHROMAKEY]
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The weather's warm in San Diego .. and the popsicles are good enough to go ape over. That story is still ahead.

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[VO]
And how to stop the pop-ups. Our web site of the day is on download duty .. if you've had enough of those pop-up ads on the Net.
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[Streaming Video]

[5-Marketwatch]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=jja]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=Stock Market]


Stocks pulled a see-saw act today before mixing it up at the close.
Alexis Christoforus has the results in tonight's Marketwatch.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Alexis Christoforous/CBS Marketwatch;]
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[OUT Q=for News 7 at 5]



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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-106 23:09]
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It's time for our Wednesday sports ticker
[GRAPHIC=hometown hoops weekly]


Steve Mason checks in with a district tournament profile of the Craig County Rockets in this edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=first audio]
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[SUPER=01-Ashlei Tripp/15 Points & 12 Rebounds a Game; :24]
[SUPER=01-Heather St.Clair/Averages 18 Points a Game; 35]
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((CRAIG COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL HAS QUIETLY WON THREE OF THE LAST FOUR PIONEER DISTRICT REGULAR SEASON TITLES, BUT WHAT THE COMETS WANT MOST IS A DISTRICT TOURNAMENT TITLE, SOMETHING THAT THE SCHOOL HAS NEVER WON.
Four senior starters hope to put an end to the streak. The key to Craig County's offense, Heather St. Clair and Ashley Tripp. The two combine for 33 points a game. Tripp also averages 12 rebounds a contest. ((:)) ((:)) Last year, the Comets lost in the tournament semifinals. Other than that, Craig County has reached the title game only once. Coach John Looney thinks making school history this season will depend on whether or not the girls will rely on what has gotten them this far. ((:)) Here's a look at all the district final four match ups this week.))

[5-PopUp-Ads]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=jha]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=Web Site of the Day]


Our Web Site of the Day has an unusual purpose ... to help detect and remove something else you encounter on the Internet.
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[VO-NAT CONUS 4:44:46]


It's those "pop-up" ads .. that appear out of nowhere and partially cover the screen you want to see.
And now there are "pop-under" ads, which hide out underneath your main browser window.
But our Web Site of the Day gives you the upper hand.
Internet Explorer and Netscape users can go to "Panicware" ... and download the "Pop Up Stopper".
Every time it detects an ad, it will zap it away on the spot.
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[Take Web Page FS]
For a direct link to this and all our web sites of the day, go to our home page at WDBJ7-dot-com, and click the "Webwatch" icon.
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[5-Orangutans]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=jha]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=None]


And finally ... a treat to literally to go "ape" over.
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[VO-NAT CONUS 4:51:35]
[SUPER=03-San Diego, CA;]

Zookeepers in San Diego gave the Bornean and Sumatran orangutans frozen juice popsicles, laced with the nectar of, apples, oranges, grapes and strawberries.
The tasty snacks are part of the sixth annual International Orangutan Awareness Week.
The zoo is hosting a variety of events this week .. to bring attention to primates and the way they survive in captivity and the wild.
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