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Coming up-
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These are the latest devices meant to make cockpits safer. We'll have the story.
From Nashville to Roanoke... one man played the CMA's last night and Roanoke tonight.
And a news 7 anchor spots a woman' whose hair is on fire... and puts it out with his sportcoat...
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 is next.

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((THE MOMENT THE SECOND PLANE HIT THE SECOND BUILDING WE KNEW IT WAS A TERRORIST ATTACK. MANY FELT OUR LIVES WOULD NEVER BE THE SAME. WHAT WE COULDN'T BE SURE OF THEN AND WHAT THE TERRORISTS NEVER EXPECTED WAS THAT AMERICAN WOULD EMERGE STRONGER WITH A RENEWED SPIRIT OF PRIDE AND PATRIOTISM. APPLAUSE.))
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[Bush-Atlanta]


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President Bush brought the crowd to its feet in Atlanta tonight...
It was a pep talk of sorts to the American people... telling them to be on guard, but to continue their lives.
He said progress is being made- but it's a long process.
He also updated Americans on just how the war on terrorism is going.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Jennifer /Newspath;]


Jennifer Miller has more- she joins us live from Washington.
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[SUPER=01-John Ashcroft/Attorney General;]
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((Life changes, but life goes on. It's the message President Bush is sending to an anxious nation, nearly two months after the terrorist attacks. BUSH: A terrorism alert is not a signal to stop your life, it's a call to be on guard. Speaking from Atlanta, before a crowd of firefighters, police officers and postal workers, Mr. Bush called for 'continued vigilance', but also 'a return to normalcy.' He stressed ...progress is being made, to prevent future terrorist attacks. From the battlefields of Afghanistan, To post offices nationwide... The President says the enemy is 'running out of places to hide.' BUSH: We are deliberately and systematically hunting down these murderers, and will bring them to justice. In Afghanistan, with B-52 bombers and F18 jets pounding the taliban frontlines. The US military vows to continue the attacks -- 'for as long as it takes.' GENERAL TOMMY FRANKS/U-S FORCES COMMANDER - This effort is 24 hours a day, it has been and it will continue to be 24 hours a day. That fighting spirit is echoed at the Justice Department. Attorney General John Ashcroft is pledging to 'revamp the agency'...making terrorism prevention, 'the top priority.' JOHN ASHCROFT/ATTORNEY GENERAL: The war on terrorism will not be fought in Washington, but in the field, by agents, prosecutors, investigators and analysts.))
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[Airline-Doors]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Airlines are quickly responding to the September Terrorist Attacks.
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The airlines responsible for 97 percent of passenger traffic in the U-S have finished installing steel bars and latches to strengthen cockpit doors.
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((CAROL HALLETT/AIRPORT TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION; I THINK THIS IS CRUCIAL AS WE GO INTO THE HOLIDAY SEASON BECAUSE AMERICANS ACROSS THE BOARD CAN HAVE FULL CONFIDENCE THAT ALL ASPECTS WITH RESPECT TO STRENGTHENING AND HARDENING THEIR DOOR HAVE BEEN FULFILLED.))
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The bars are an interim measure until the airline industry designs and installs new, stronger doors. The new doors will be designed to withstand gunfire and being rammed or kicked.
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[Brethren-Women]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Its been nearly two months since the terrorist attacks and families are still trying to recover.
One small group from our area is playing a big part in the healing process. [***AMERICA RESPONDS MB GRAPHIC***]
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Justin McLeod joins us now to tell us all about it.
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Jean, four women from an area church just got back from helping New York families hurt at ground zero.
They did so by caring for their children.
This is all part of a program called Disaster Child Care.
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The four from the Oak Grove Church of Brethren returned last Saturday from a two week trip to New York City.
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Tonight, they shared their experiences with the congregation.
While in New York, they worked at the Family Assistance Center providing a safe secure place for children.
The child care is designed to allow children to express their feelings through play activities.
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((CAROLYN BROYLES: WE HAD A PAINTING AREA THAT SOMETIMES THE CHILDREN COULD NOT TALK ABOUT IT BUT THEY COULD DRAW AND EXPRESS THEIR FRUSTRATIONS OF WHAT HAD HAPPENED TO HIM.)) ((KARIN MUSSELMAN: ALL THE PEOPLE THAT WERE COMING THROUGH TO GET SERVICES WHETHER IT WOULD BE FINANCIAL OR EVEN APPLYING FOR DEATH CERTIFICATES OR LEGAL ADVICE AND ANY SERVICES THAT WERE PROVIDED. THOSE FAMILES COULD BRING THOSE CHILDREN TO US AND WE TOOK INFANTS UP TO AGE 18.))
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Since the September 11th attacks, the Family Assistance center has helped more than 800 children in New York City.
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[LIVE=Justin /FULL MB Graphic]


Disaster Child Care is a national program that the Church of the Brethren started more than twenty years ago.
The church in Roanoke County has several women trained to go at a moment's notice to any disaster where assistance is needed.
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Jean, the women wanted to take pictures to show everyone their work and how it helped children but because of security rules, they weren't allowed to photograph the children or the child care site.

[Roanoke-Fire]


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A fire in Roanoke leaves a family without a house tonight.
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Firefighters were called to the blaze on Clinton Avenue around six thirty tonight. When they arrived, the back side of the home was engulfed in flames. The couple who live in the house escaped with their pets. The amount of damage has not yet been determined.
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[D'Ville-Fire]


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Investigators say a child playing with matches started a fire in Danville this evening.
Two people inside the home on Leemont Court were treated at the scene for minor injuries.

[Fire-Danger]


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It's been weeks since most of the state has seen any significant rainfall, and forestry officials now describe the threat of forest fires as "critical".
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Dry conditions have contributed to dozens of brush fires like this one that scorched nearly 300 acres in Appomattox County last month.
Foresters are also concerned about thousands of hunters heading into the woods for deer season.
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((ASHER ELLIOTT/VA FORESTRY DEPT.: EVERYTHING IS EXTREMELY DRY. WE HAVEN'T HAD RAIN FOR MONTHS IT SEEMS LIKE AND IT'S A COMBINATION.. MAINLY IT'S A CUMULATIVE EFFECT OVER THE PAST COUPLE OF YEARS, WE'VE BEEN BEHIND IN RAINFALL AND IT'S ALL ADDING UP RIGHT NOW AND STACKING UP ON US.))
[SUPER=01-Asher Elliott/VA Forestry Dept.]
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[VO-NAT]


The Forestry Department reminds hunters the statewide burning ban remains in effect and campfires are not allowed in the woods.
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[Franklin-Fatal]


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State and county officials are puzzled by the record number of deadly car accidents in Franklin County.
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A fatal wreck on Route 220 this morning was the county's 21st this year.
State police say 75-year-old (POE-sie) Posie Holland was killed after his wife pulled out in front of another car.

Holland was not wearing a seat belt. His wife and another driver were seriously injured.
Franklin County is a large county with a small population ... yet it ranks SEVENTH in the state for traffic fatalities, behind urban areas like Richmond and Fairfax County.
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((CAPT. BOB STRICKLER/FRANKLIN CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: WE'RE GOING TO BE LOOKING FURTHER INTO THIS TO HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND PUT A STOP TO THE CARNAGE ON OUR HIGHWAYS HERE IN FRANKLIN COUNTY.))
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State police say that almost ALL fatalities this year involved either alcohol or lack of seat belts.
They say alcohol was a factor in the crash last Friday which killed Moneta mother and business owner Ellen Schenker.
William Robert Fitzgerald had been out of jail on a drunk driving conviction for SEVEN hours, when he struck her head on.
State police found beer in his car and said they smelled it on his breath.
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[Roadside-Memorials]


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You see them all over... Roadside memorials to people killed in traffic accidents.
But now one state is taking action against them.
The North Carolina Board of Transportation has banned roadside memorials.
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Officials say they've begun to crowd roadways and are dangerous for family members to erect.
The policy would not make it a crime to erect the memorials, but would allow road crews to remove them.
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((DON GOINS/NC DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION CHIEF ENGINEER; WE GIVE PEOPLE TIME TO GO THROUGH A GRIEVING PERIOD, AND I WOULD THINK IN THIS CASE WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO WORK WITH THIS TYPE OF SITUATION. IT WOULDN'T BE A CASE WHERE IF IT WAS PUT UP THIS MORNING, WE'D JERK IT OUT AT NOON.))
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Officials hope that friends and family of accident victims will adopt a section of highway in the victim's memory instead of erecting memorials.
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[Bluegrass-Thile]


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Last night, he played to a national television audience.
Tonight, Chris Thile (THEEL-ee) was in Roanoke sharing his technique with other mandolin players.
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A member of the popular group Nickel Creek, (Thee-lee) Thile performed at the Country Music Association Awards Show, broadcast last night from Nashville.
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This evening, he sat down with mandolin players who are taking part in the Roanoke Bluegrass Weekend at the Hotel Roanoke.
He says that one of his goals is to see that the mandolin, and folk culture are taken seriously.
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((IT'S NOT EVER MEANT TO BE A MUSIC WHERE EVERY ASPECT IS TURNED OVER AND EXAMINED AND PUT UNDER THE MICROSCOPE, BUT THAT DOESN'T MAKE IT ANY LESS OF AN ART FORM. IT DOESN'T MAKE IT ANY LESS STUDIABLE.))
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Thile is back on the road after tonight's visit to the Hotel Roanoke, but other leading bluegrass musicians taking part in the workshops will perform during a public concert Saturday night at 7:30.
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Virginians are answering the call of military service... for a second time.
We'll explain when News 7 returns.
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And see who needs your help to build a bus-load of Christmas toys for the needy
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[Sports-Preview]


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((O-K sports fans here's what's happening on the big seven the Blue Ridge district semi finals were held at Salem High tonight the ODAC releases its preseason men's and women's basketball polls the Dazzle will read to 140 kids tomorrow at the Roanoke Civic Center and Roanoke College opens play in the NCAA division three soccer tournament this weekend.
All that and more coming up in sports.))
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[Fulcher]


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A federal judge will now have to decide whether long-time drug informant Mike Fulcher could genuinely have believed he had D-E-A approval to conduct his own under-cover investigation at Bland Prison.
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D-E-A Agent Don Lincoln said he didn't authorize it... didn't HAVE the authority and didn't SEEK such authority. Nonetheless, Fulcher's lawyers say Fulcher's past experience with Lincoln and other law enforcement agents led Fulcher to believe there was implied ratification of his actions.
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((EVERY UNIMPEACHABLE PIECE OF EVIDENCE AGAINST MR. FULCHER AND HIS MOTHER CAME FROM MR. FULCHER AND HIS MOTHER, AND THEY VOLUNTARILY TURNED IT OVER. EITHER THEY REALLY WANTED TO GO TO JAIL REAL BAD, OR HE WAS WORKING THIS CASE WITH THE INTENTION THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATE.))
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Two years ago Fulcher was found by a federal jury to be the head of a drug and money- laundering scheme at Bland Prison. He remains in prison on state charges while the judge decides whether to grant Fulcher, his mother and ex-wife a new trial.
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[Xmas-Toys]


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Blacksburg Transit needs your helping stuffing a bus.
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Officials want to fill this one with unwrapped new toys, clothing and food donations. The vehicle is parked on the Virginia Tech drillfield today and tomorrow from 9 to 8-pm. Everything inside is going to the Christmas Store. The store provides items for the needy in Montgomery County during the holidays.
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((DONETTA SNIDER/BT CUSTOMER ADVOCATE; IT'S A WAY OF LOCAL PEOPLE TO GIVE BACK TO THEIR COMMUNITY I KNOW WITH THE SEPTEMBER 11TH INCIDENT PEOPLE KIND OF FEEL DRAINED RIGHT NOW BUT THIS A WAY TO GET TO THE LOCAL COMMUNITY.))
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Snider says they also may park the bus in downtown Blacksburg to help fill it up. This is the first year for stuff-a-bus.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Still ahead on News 7, customers foil a would-be robber by using packing tape.
Plus...
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[vo-nat 08]
Henry Kissinger hitting a homer at Yankee Stadium? It's all part of a new ad campaign.
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((RUNNING BASES.. .AND SLIDING IN FOR A HOME RUN..... .. KISSINGER: DEREK WHO?))
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More ads that make you laugh... We'll tell you what they're promoting when we come back.
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[WEB-ADDRESS]
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]

[Reenlistemnt]


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A local army recruitment office says re-enlistment numbers are up.
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In Christiansburg, recruiters are seeing a jump in the number of prior servicemen who want to serve their country for a second time. Sergeant John Drawbond says re-enlistees are coming to them. According to Drawbond, in a month's time, five-more than usual signed up.
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((SGT. JOHN DRAWBOND/RECRUITMENT STATION COMMANDER; A LOT OF THEM WOULD JUST LIKE TO COME BACK THEY MISS THE ARMY LIFE BUT CURRENTLY DUE TO RECENT EVENTS IT SEEMS TO REALLY ENHANCE THAT INTEREST PRIOR SERVICE WANTING TO COME BACK AND TAKE PART IN WHAT'S GOING ON.))
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The increase is significant because on average the office ships out just 10 people a month. But the sergeant says the number of younger people signing up is not higher than normal.
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[CVS-Robbery]


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A man supposedly looking for pain killers tried to rob a Grandin Road pharmacy today.
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Police say David Cheatham of Roanoke entered the CVS pharmacy with a crowbar and shirt over his face and said "I want Lortabs."
He apparently attempted to hit a CVS employee, but was stopped by a pharmacist and a customer who used package sealing tape to restrain him.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Employees say Cheatham was a regular customer who always seemed quiet and subdued.
He was charged with attempted robbery and assault.

[Keith-Fire]


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One of our colleagues here at News 7 had quite a suprise on his way out of the Kroger Deli today.
A woman's hair caught fire outside the store at Tower's shopping center as she tried to light a cigarette.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-Kroger Surveillance Video]


And it was Keith Humprhy to the rescue That's Keith in this Kroger surveillance. Keith heard Alice Moore screaming, ran to her and smothered the flames with his sportcoat.
Witnesses report flames shooting from Moore's head, and had Keith acted a few seconds later, her face may have been severely burned.
Moore suffered second degree burns, but is home resting comfortably.
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[S-Extra]


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The girls basketball high school regionals continued tonight and The ODAC released its preseason basketball polls this afternoon.
But first out Extra Point.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape; :]


Former Texas Manager Johnny Oates has a brain tumor. The Rangers say Oates will undergo surgery at the end of November in Richmond.
Oates played his college ball at Virginia Tech and he was inducted into the Roanoke-Salem Baseball hall of fame in 1993.
And here are tonight's scores.
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[S-Blue]


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Lord Botetourt has advanced to the Blue Ridge District tournament championship beating Pulaski County 68 to 58.
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The Cavalier Cheerleaders getting the crowd fired up.
Pulaski County's Mackenzie Moore misses the three pointer but Whitney Taylor gets the board and puts it back for 2.
But Botetourt gets it to Kristin Graham she passes to Ashley Johnson who hits the jumper and the Cavaliers led 13 to 6.
[SUPER=34-Botetourt/68/Pulaski Co./58/;]


This time Graham works it around the key and goes to Johnson again and she knocks down the jumper and Botetourt wins it 68 to 58.
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[S-Others]


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Botetourt will play William Fleming, The regular season champs, Saturday night at 7 for the tournament championship. The Colonels beat Northside 58 to 53.
Northside will play Pulaski County at 5 for a spot in the Regionals.
Glenvar won the Three Rivers tournament championship beating Radford 42 to 30.
Galax downed Narrows 39 to 29, Fort Chiswell over Pocahontas 49 to 35 and Goerge Wythe beat Northwood 44 to 41.

[S-Hoops]


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[WRITER=sma]
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The NCAA Division III men's basketball semifinals and championship are March 15th and 16th at the Salem Civic Center. Steve Mason says the road to the final four began yesterday for the ODAC men and women as they held media day.
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(( Roanoke sent a jolt of electricity through the ODAC when former division I Virginia Tech full scholarship standout Kenny Harrell signed on, one of two transfers playing for the Maroons. ((:)) ((:)) ((:)) Randolph Macon is picked second, Emory and Henry seventh, Lynchburg eighth and Washington and Lee 10th.
On the women's side, the Roanoke team renewed it's annual tradition of toilet papering head coach Susan Dunagan's car on media day. Her Maroons are picked second behind 2001 tournament champion Guilford. ((:)) ((:)) Lynchburg is picked sixth, W & L eighth and Hollins 10th. The ODAC women's tournament begins February 21st while the Men tip it off February 16th at the Salem Civic Center. Steve Mason News 7 sports.))

[S-FFE]


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[WRITER=mst]
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The high school football regular season comes to close tonight. A number of districts are still undecided and even more playoff spots are up for grabs. Here's a look at tonight's schedule of games with the home teams listed on the bottom of each matchup.
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[S-Soccer]


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The Roanoke College men's soccer team will play Wilmington in the second round of the NCAA Division III South Region soccer tournament this Saturday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


Roanoke got a bye in the first round. The Maroons captured the ODAC tournament title to receive an automatic bid. The secret to their success can be found in a pre season soccer trip
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Roanoke is 17 and 2 coming in and did not play Wilmington this season.
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The ODAC releases its preseason basketball polls. More later on Mornin.

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The 2003 and 2004 A-C-C baseball tournament may be coming to Salem.
Civic Center Manager Carey Harveycutter says at the request of the conference a written proposal will be presented the 15-th of this month and an oral presentation will come on November 29-th and the baseball committee will make its decision December 19-th.
The tournament was played in Tampa this past year.
That's it for sports, have a great day everybody.

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Everyone has a New York Dream.. right? That's the idea behind a new campaign to promote tourism in the Big Apple...

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[Vo-nat 13]
Some of the city's most well known got into the humor of it all...
Woody Allen on Skates...
Henry Kissinger hitting a homer at Yankee stadium....
And Barbara Walters auditioning for Broadway.
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((AH... BARBARA WALTERS.... BE A PART OF IT.))
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The message is serious... even though the stars got a little goofy....
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((NAT SOUND OF SYMPHONY.... PHIL HARMONIC?))
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