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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... The crew that helped launch the first attacks on Afghanistan is back home again - welcomed by some pleasant surprises.....
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and Delegate Creigh Deeds hopes to fill an empty Senate seat - but first he must face a Republican challenger.... we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.


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Northern Alliance forces say they have the Taliban on the run ... and are threatening a major assault on Afghanistan's capital, after taking Mazar-e-Sharif Friday.
This morning, the rebels claim they overtook the former Afghan capital of (Tal-uh-KHAN) Taloqan.
Meanwhile, President Bush is thanking other nations for their sympathy after the September 11th attacks. But he told world leaders the time for sympathy is over - and now it's time for action. Terri Okita has more.
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((TRACK: AFTER A KEY MEETING WITH PAKISTAN PRESIDENT, PERVEZ MUSHARRAF, PRESIDENT BUSH ANNOUNCED A PLEDGE OF ONE-BILLION DOLLARS IN ECONOMIC AID TO THAT COUNTRY. IN EXCHANGE, PAKISTAN ... THE ONLY GOVERNMENT THAT ACKNOWLEDGES THE TALIBAN ... PROMISED 100-PERCENT SUPPORT IN FIGHTING TERRORISM.

(Super: Pervez Musharraf/Pakistan President)
SOT: Pakistan has taken a considered decision ... to be with the U-S ...

to fight terrorism in all its forms.

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TRACK: THE PRESIDENT DID MORE THAN JUST APPEAL TO WORLD LEADERS FOR SUPPORT. HE SENT A MESSAGE THAT NO NATION IS "NEUTRAL" IN THIS WAR.

SOT: (Bush) Some governments still turn a blind eye to terrorists ...

hoping the threats will pass them by. They are mistaken.
TRACK: THE PRESIDENT ALSO WARNED U-N MEMBERS THAT EVERY NATION IS A POTENTIAL TARGET ...
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AND THAT OSAMA BIN LADEN AND THE AL-QAEDA NETWORK WOULD USE BIOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL, OR NUCLEAR WEAPONS AS SOON AS THEY COULD.
TO PREVENT THIS, HE SAID ALL COUNTRIES MUST CRACKDOWN ON THE TERRORISTS' MONEY SUPPLY, DENY THEM SANCTUARY, AND CAPTURE ANY SUSPECTS.

SOT: (Bush 9:55:17) Any government that rejects this principle ...

trying to pick and choose its terrorist friends ... will know the consequences.

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TRACK: THE TALIBAN GOVERNMENT IS REPORTEDLY FEELING SOME OF THOSE CONSEQUENCES. AFTER CAPTURING THE KEY BORDER CITY OF MAZAR-E-SHARIF ON FRIDAY, THERE'S NEWS REBEL FORCES ARE HEADING TOWARDS THE FRONT LINES NEAR KABUL ... AFGHANISTAN'S CAPITAL. A REBEL COMMANDER SAYS AN ATTACK ON KABUL COULD COME WITHIN A FEW DAYS.

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STANDUP: Osama Bin Laden sent his own message to the United Nations ... saying it's nothing but a tool of crime and calling U-N Secretary General Kofi Annan a "criminal". He says any Muslims who cooperate with the U-N are "infidels". Teri Okita, CBS News, New York.))


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The crew from Norfolk that carried out the first air strikes over Afghanistan is back home.
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The U-S-S Enterprise arrived in Norfolk yesterday... The aircraft carrier was nearly a month late getting back. The carrier was heading home from the Middle East when terrorists attacked the U-S on September 11th. The Enterprise then became a base for launching earlier air strikes against Afghanistan.
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((IT WAS PRETTY EXCITING, WE KNEW WE HAD A JOB TO DO, WE GOT IT DOWN, AND NOW WE'RE JUST GLAD TO BE HOME. ALL WE COULD SEE IS WHAT WAS HAPPENING ON THE TELEVISION AND WE LOAD THE AIRCRAFT UP WITH WEAPONS, AND THEY'D GO OUT AND MAKE THE DROP AND COME BACK, SO REALLY WE DIDN'T SEE TOO MUCH OF THE PATRIOTISM THAT WE HAVE RIGHT NOW IN THE STATES WHEN WE LEFT THAT'S FOR SURE, BUT NOW YOU KNOW THIS IS REALLY GREAT.))
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The crew of five thousand, both on the aircraft carrier and on the planes that fly from it, fired more than 400-tons of weapons during their tour.
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And on a side note, about 90 of the sailors aboard the U-S-S Enterprise came home to newborn babies.

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The forest fire on Bent Mountain is still burning - but firefighters now have it completely contained.
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More than a hundred firefighters spent yesterday in mop- up stage by putting out flare ups.
Since the fire started early Friday morning, it has burned nearly 250-acres.
Crews will remain on the mountain for several more days.
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((JULENA CAMPBELL/NATIONAL PARK SERVICE: AT THIS POINT, WE'LL PROBABLY BE AROUND HERE FOR THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS AND ASSUMING WE GET NO MAJOR CHANGE IN THE WEATHER OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT, WE'LL PROBABLY BE ABLE TO LEAVE THE FIRE IN A FEW DAYS BUT IT WON'T BE REALLY REALLY OUT UNTIL WE GET RAIN.))
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Yesterday, firefighters saw wind gusts about ten miles a hour.
They say the line around the fire helped keep it from catching again and spreading.
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Delegate (CREE) Creigh Deeds will represent the Democratic Party in a special election to fill the late Emily Couric's Senate seat.
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If he wins, the Bath County native will give up his seat in the House of Delegates. This week, Deeds gained more than 75 percent of the vote, beating independent Kathy Orion (oh-RY-uhn) . The redrawn 25th Senate District runs from Charlottesville to the West Virginia State line, and includes Bath, Nelson and Alleghany Counties, as well as Buena Vista and Covington.
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Deeds will face the winner of the November 17th Republican contest in a special election on December 18th.

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Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning....... UVA picks up a win at home - We'll have details in sports and...
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[Marya 1-shot] Welcome back to News 7 Sunday Morning - today we have a special edition of Weekend Diner. [three shot] [Brent] That's right - Jacey, Marya and I are here making a Sweet Onion and Cheddar Dip.
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Some area artists are displaying their work at Olin Hall Galleries at Roanoke College until December 7. And here with us this morning is William and Linda White - who have some of their works on display.
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Welcome to News 7 Sunday Morning. . . First I want to ask you about your exhibition at Olin Hall - what made you want to be a part of that?
Now, tell me about your art in general.. both of you have different styles of art -
Do you do this simply for pleasure or also for certain shows and such?
And you have some of your work with you - why don't you tell us about that.
What got you into art to begin with?
How much time do you devote to it?

Thanks so much for joining us today. If you would like to see more works by William and Linda White along with several other local artists - they will be on display until December 7 in the Olin Hall Galleries at Roanoke College.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... Bush warns that a major assault on Afghanistan's capital is near....
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and the fire on Bent Mountain is now under control - but the damage has already been done. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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The U-S is continuing airstrikes outside the Afghan capital of (CAH-ble) Kabul.
Afghan opposition forces hopes to launch a major assault on the city in the next few days.
This morning, the Northern Alliance says that the former capital of (Tal-uh-KHAN) Taloqan is now also under their control.
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Yesterday, President Bush pledged one-BILLION dollars in economic aid to Pakistan... the only government that acknowledges the Taliban...
In exchange, Pakistan's president promised 100-percent support in fighting terrorism.
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((PERVEZ MUSHARRAF/PAKISTANI PRESIDENT: PAKISTAN HAS TAKEN A CONSIDERED DECISION... FIGHT TERRORISM IN ALL IT'S FORMS.))
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: SOME GOVERNMENTS STILL TURN A BLIND EYE TO TERRORISTS, HOPING THE THREATS WILL PASS THEM BY. THEY ARE MISTAKEN.))
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Bush issued that warning as rebel forces advanced on the front lines near (CAH-ble) Kabul, after taking Mazar-e Sharif Friday.
The Northern Alliance claims a Taliban commander has also switched sides and joined their fight.
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The forest fire on Bent Mountain is completely contained this morning - but it's far from out.
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Yesterday - more than a hundred firefighters worked on putting out flare-ups. Since the fire started early Friday morning - it has burned nearly 250-acres. Crews will remain on the mountain for several more days to monitor the fire and make sure it stays under control.

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Model airplane enthuasists spread their wings at the Roanoke Civic Center yesterday.
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It was all part of the 23rd annual Star City Model Expo sponsored by the Roanoke Valley Control Club.
More than 80 vendors sold or swapped airplanes, kits, and other electronics.
The show featured a flight simulator where you could see for yourself what it's like to fly an airplane.
The club also held a contest in which model airplanes were judged on their design and workmanship.

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Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning....... A Roanoke landmark gets ready for its last picture show
[ANCHOR=Jacey]

and
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We'll have the 'skinny' on what's opening at the box office this weekend.

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Out of the ashes of the terrorist attacks has emerged a resurgence of patriotism.
Today being Veteran's Day, that patriotism couldn't be more apparent.
In this week's Virginia Profile, Jennifer Miele take us to Green Valley Elementary School, were the young have very quickly come to appreciate the old.
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(( [NAT SOUND] [TC:12:36:04] ((ONE NATION, UNDER GOD, INDIVISIBLE WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL.)) [RUNS06]
It may be that the students at Green Valley Elementary School don't fully understand what happened on September 11th.
But make no mistake, they do appreciate a hero. [NAT SOUND] [TC:13:07:36] ((ROBERT GRAY/KOREAN WAR VETERAN: I SPENT MOST OF MY TIME AS A PRISONER AT WAR IN THIS AREA HERE ALONG THE RIVER.)) [RUNS05]
Robert Gray is a Korean War veteran.
He was one of dozens of vets honored by Green Valley.
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[tc:13:07:03] ((ROBERT GRAY/KOREAN WAR VETERAN: WE MUST GIVE THEM THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN AND KNOW BECAUSE WE WILL DEPEND ON THEM IN THE FUTURE.)) [RUNS09] [NAT SOUND] [tc:12:39:41] ((ROLLING ALONG)) [tc:12:40:34] ((UNITED STATES MARINES.)) [runs08]
The Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard were each saluted with a special song.
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[tc:12:41:07] ((ANCHORS AWAY.)) [RUNS05] [STAND UP] ((JENNIFER MIELE/REPORTING: THIS IS A WALL OF THANKS. IT'S A LIST OF STUDENT FAMILY MEMBERS WHO SEVERED IN THE ARMED FORCES. SOME LIVED, SOME HAVE PAST, AND SOME WERE HERE TODAY.)) [RUNS08]
Lieutenant Colonel James McKinley is one of them.
His son Cameron is a 5th grader who already wants to follow in Dad's footsteps.
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[TC: 13:01:42] ((CAMERON MCKINLEY: I JUST WANT TO BE ABLE TO FIGHT FOR MY COUNTRY.)) [RUNS04]
As an Air force pilot, McKinley served in the Gulf War, and is now in the Marine Corps reserves.
He's striving to teach his son to ask questions... there's only one answer he can't provide.
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[tc:13:00:33] ((LT. COL. JAMES MCKINLEY: THEY REALLY WANT TO KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON. WILL I GO? I DON'T KNOW IT JUST DEPENDS.)) [RUNS04]
Like all Green Valley parents, McKinley doesn't have all the answers.
But a tribute like this one makes it clear why our Armed Forces are worth celebrating. [NAT] [tc:12:47:07] ((OFF WE GO)) [RUNS05]
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[TC:13:04:33] ((PRINCIPAL: I AM SO PROUD OF THIS STUDENT BODY THEY ARE SO WONDERFUL.)) [RUNS04]
Pride was in abundance... some with years of experience, and some newly found.
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[tc:13:02:31] ((CAMERON MCKINLEY: THE RED IS FOR THE BLOOD AND THE BLUE IF FOR VICTORY.)) [RUNS04]
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[TC:13:04:24] ((PRINCIPAL: WE SEE A LOT OF FLAGS BEING WORN ON SHIRTS THAT WE DID NOT SEE IN THE PAST.)) [RUNS07]
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[tc:13:06:48] ((ROBERT GRAY: WITHOUT THE YOUNG PEOPLE IN THIS COUNTRY THERE IS NO TOMORROW.)) [RUNS04]
If this is the future, the future looks bright.
Jennifer Miele, News 7, Roanoke County. ))

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Whether you're looking for a light-hearted comedy that pokes fun at obesity or a film noir crime mystery, there's something for everyone on the Big Screen in Roanoke this weekend.
"Shallow Hal," "The Heist," and "Life As A House," are the focus of this week's Movie Wrap-Up.
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((IT NEVER OCCURRED TO YOU THAT PICKING GIRLS... ...ONLY GOING TO SEE THEIR INNER BEAUTY. ))
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In "Shallow Hal," Jack Black stars as a man who only dates supermodels... until a self-help guru hypnotizes him into seeing the beauty in ALL women.
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((shot of Gwyneth FAT... then, POOF, skinny..... .... BEAUTY IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER.))
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((WANT TO SEE A SPLASH? ....SPLASH.))
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[BUTT BUTT BUTT 2:11 - :16] ((BILLY, BILLY, BILLY? DADDY.))
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((NOBODY GETS THE GOODS LIKE YOU, JOE..... ....WHAT DID I TELL YOU?))
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David Mamet directs Danny DeVito and Gene Hackman in "The Heist."
They play two old friends who plan the perfect robbery... but foil the friendship.
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((I WAS GONNA MAKE YOU RICH AND YOU'VE JUST BECOME MORE TROUBLE THATN YOU'RE WORTH... .... 1, 2, 3,...EXPLOSION.))
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((GEORGE, WE'RE LETTING YOU GO.... .... STILL LONG. YOU'RE RIGHT...BANG, BANG.))
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"Life As A House" stars Kevin Kline as an architect who reconnects with his ex-wife and troubled teenage son after finding out he has cancer.
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((I WAS HERE 6 YEARS AND I ONLY HATED TWO... ... BUILD THIS HOUSE WITH ME.))
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((CHANGE CAN BE SO SLOW THAT YOU DON'T KNOW... IT HAPPENED TO ME. WHOO! (SPLASH).))
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[Marya - One- Shot]
A Roanoke landmark goes dark tonight.
And life will imitate art, as the Grandin Theatre shows its final film... "The Last Picture Show."
It's a classic movie about the closing of an old movie house. [Marya/Guest-Two shot]
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And, here today to discuss efforts to resurrect the 70-year-old theatre is Ed Walker from the Grandin Theatre Foundation.
- How are you feeling about the last movie being shown tonight?
- What needs to be done to bring back the Grandin?/What will be different about it when renovated?
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- How much have you raised so far?
- Julie Hunsacker has said she'll sell the theatre if the money can't be raised by May 31st. How sure are you that this can be raised?
- Will 1.25 million dollars be enough?
- I know you've looked to the city government to help contribute money, why is this a good investment?
"The Last Picture Show" will be shown tonight at 7 p.m. at The Grandin.
Don't go away - News 7 Sunday Morning will be right back.

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[three shot] Welcome back to News 7 Sunday Morning -we are back working on our Sweet Onion and Cheddar Dip.
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If you would like today's holiday recipe or any recipe you see on Weekend Diner - check out our web site at WDBJ-7-dot com - just click on the Weekend Diner Icon. Or - you can send us a self-addressed, stamped envelope to... Weekend Diner Care Of WDBJ7.....P.O. Box 7 Roanoke....Virginia 24022-0007. And it's not too late to send in your favorite holiday recipes. You can mail them ito the address on your screen or you can e-mail them to bwatts@wdbj7.com. News 7 Saturday Morning will be right back.

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