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[War-Update]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin]
[WRITER=kmc]
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Lawmakers say the aviation security bill that President Bush will sign today should help reassure travelers.
The bill puts the federal government in charge of airport screening operations, instead of private companies.
It also calls for more air marshals and reinforced cockpit doors.
As for war efforts, U-S aircraft are again targeting Taliban holdouts throughout Afghanistan.
Opposition troops are outside the northern city of (KUHN-dooz) Kunduz.
That's where fighters loyal to Osama bin Laden are said to be preventing Taliban defenders from negotiating a surrender.
Aleen Sirgany joins us now from Washington with the latest.
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[LIVE=NEWSPATH/FULL]
[SUPER=145-Washington, DC;]

((AIR TRAVEL AS WE KNOW IT ... IS ABOUT TO CHANGE FOREVER.
RESPONDING TO THE GROWING THREAT OF TERRORISM, TODAY PRESIDENT BUSH WILL SIGN THE AVIATION SECURITY BILL INTO LAW.
THE SWEEPING MEASURE CALLS FOR MORE SKY MARSHALS, STRONGER COCKPIT DOORS, AND TOUGHER SECURITY AT THE NATION'S AIRPORTS.
THE COMPROMISE PACKAGE ALSO MAKES ALL 28-THOUSAND PASSENGER AND BAGGAGE SCREENERS FEDERAL EMPLOYEES WITHIN A YEAR.

(NAT)


MEANWHILE, THE WAR ON TERRORISM CONTINUES IN AFGHANISTAN.
FOREIGN FIGHTERS -- LOYAL TO OSAMA BIN LADEN -- ARE CLINGING TO THE LAST REMAINING STRONGHOLD IN THE NORTH -- DESPITE INTENSE MILITARY PRESSURE TO SURRENDER.
U.S. WARPLANES ARE TARGETING KUNDHUZ TODAY, WHILE OPPOSITION FIGHTERS SURROUND THE CITY -- READY TO INVADE.
AND TOP U.S. OFFICIALS BELIEVE OSAMA BIN LADEN AND HIS AL-QAIDA NETWORK ARE ON THE RUN -- AND RUNNING OUT OF OPTIONS. THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION SAYS IT HAS NO REASON TO BELIEVE BIN LADEN HAS LEFT AFGHANISTAN.
MEANTIME, LIFE IN THE CAPTAL CITY OF KABUL IS SLOWLY GETTING BACK TO NORMAL . AFGHANS ARE GOING TO THE MOVIES -- AND WATCHING TV -- FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SIX YEARS. ))



[11Pulaski-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
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Fire heavily damaged Pulaski Furniture. Yesterday morning's fire has forced the plant to shut down this week.
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[VO-NAT]
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Firefighters arrived just before 5:30 in downtown Pulaski to find flames shooting from the roof. Investigators believe the fire started from a spark in the dust bin system. Right now, damages estimates top 200- thousand dollars. Company officials say the incident will require the manufacturing plants at the Pulaski complex to be closed for the upcoming week.
However, office and salaried personnel are asked to report to work.
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[11Montgomery-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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[WRITER=jus]
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Fires are scorching forests throughout the commonwealth...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.]

One fire in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest that started Saturday has so far consumed nearly 130 acres. It's burning in Montgomery County in the Craig's Creek area, close to the Appalachian Trail. The fire is partially contained, but is not completely under control. Firefighters believe someone deliberately set the fire.
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((CINDY SCHIFFER: YOU CAN NEVER BE 100-PERCENT SURE BUT WE'RE ABOUT 99-PERCENT SURE BOTH OF THESE RECENT FIRES WERE CAUSED BY ARSON.))
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Crews have had trouble containing the fire.
Flames typically jump the fire line, but in this case, it has burned under the line.
Firefighters say the extremely dry conditions are to blame.
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((CINDY SCHIFFER/FIREFIGHTER: WE HAVEN'T HAD ANY RAIN FOR A LONG TIME AND OTHER THAN A FEW RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS PREDICTED FOR MONDAY OR TUESDAY AND THE LONG TERM FORECASTS AT LEAST THE ONES WE'VE BEEN GETTING, IT DOESN'T LOOK LIKE THERE IS ANY RELIEF ANYTIME SOON.))
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It will take several days before the fire is completely under control.
About two-dozen firefighters stayed on the mountain last night to keep the flames contained.
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[11Alleghany-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jus]
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[GRAPHIC=Forest Fire]

Meanwhile, firefighters are battling another blaze in Alleghany County.
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[TAKE MAP FS #1001]


The fire broke out just before three o'clock yesterday afternoon on Little Mountain.
It's burning in the Low Moor area, just east of Covington and a mile south of I-64.
The fire has consumed more than 2 acres so far, and is contained.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Fire crews expect more problems today since wind gusts are expected between 15 and 20 miles per hour.
It's also the start of deer season for firearms.
The National Forest Service reminds hunters and everyone for that matter, that a state fire ban remains in effect.[Bo

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Harry Potter is working his magic at the box office.
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According to studio estimates, ``Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone'' raked in 93 and a half million dollars in its debut this weekend. The boy wizard's opening on the big screen shatters the record held by the dinosaur sequel ``The Lost World: Jurassic Park.'' The movie is also on track to becoming the fastest movie to hit 100 million dollars.

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[SUPER=77-Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone/93.5/Monster, Inc./23/Shallow Hal/12.7/Domestic Disturbance/5.6/Heist/4

.7;] After two weeks on top, Monster's, Inc. slipped to second place. Shallow Hal is in third. Domestic Disturbance and Heist wrap up this week's top 5.
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[1st-Business]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=ckor]
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In business news this morning, Philips Petroleum strikes a deal with Conoco.
Here's Barton Eckert with a look at the morning's top business stories..
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(( GOOD MORNING THIS MONDAY THE 19TH OF NOVEMBER.
HERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS MORNING.
----------------------- PHILLIPS PETROLEUM IS BUYING CONOCO TO

CREATE THE NATION'S THIRD LARGEST INTEGRATED OIL COMPANY.
THE PURCHASE WOULD CREATE A $60 BILLION OIL COMPANY. THE NEWLY NAMED CONOCOPHILLIPS WILL RANK JUST BEHIND EXXON MOBIL AND CHEVRON TEXACO IN ANNUAL SALES.
THE FACT THAT PHILLIPS IS NOT PAYING ANY PREMIUM FOR CONOCO.. COULD LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN TO OTHER BIDDERS.
THE NEW COMPANY'S HEADQUARTERS WILL BE IN CONOCO'S HOME TOWN OF HOUSTON.
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LOOK FOR STOCKS TO MOVE SLIGHTLY HIGHER THIS WEEK AS WALL STREET CHEERS IMPROVING PROFITS...
ON ASIAN MARKETS OVERNIGHT .. A DECENT NIGHT FOR STOCKS IN TOKYO LED BY TOYOTA, AND SONY.
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TOYOTA MIGHT EXTEND THEIR NO INTEREST FINANCING OFFER MATCHING FORD, CHRYSLER AND G-M..
THE OTHERS HAVE ALREADY SAID THEY'D GO TO THE END OF THE YEAR WITH THE DEALS THAT HAVE KEPT THEIR CAR SALES GOING.
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THE SECOND SALVO IN THE VIDEO GAME BATTLES HAS BEEN FIRED . NINTENDO LAUNCHED ITS NEW "GAMECUBE" VIDEO GAME CONSOLE WITH A STAR-STUDDED PARTY IN NEW YORK CITY SUNDAY.
ABOUT 700-THOUSAND OF THE 200-DOLLAR GAMECUBES WERE SHIPPED TO RETAILERS... WITH MORE THAN A MILLION EXPECTED BY YEAR'S END.
GAMECUBE WILL SHARE SHELF SPACE WITH MICROSOFT'S X-BOX, WHICH WAS LAUNCHED LAST WEEK, AND SONY'S YEAR-OLD PLAYSTATION TWO.
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AND THAT'S YOUR FIRST BUSINESS CHECK ON THE MORNING'S TOP BUSINESS HAPPENINGS..
I'M BARTON ECKERT IN WASHINGTON.))


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[STOCKS] [COMM]

[11AAA-Winter]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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[WRITER=rle]
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Severe winter weather may not be here just yet-- but it may be a good time to get your car ready for cold weather.
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Officials with Triple-A say if you don't get your car checked out now, you may regret it on a cold winter morning...
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((RANDY GREEN/AAA; THERE WAS A SLOGAN YEARS AGO THAT SAID YOU CAN PAY ME NOW OR PAY ME LATER, AND THE REFENCE TO THAT WAS YOU CAN PAY FOR CAR MAINTENANCE NOW, THAT MIGHT COST YOU 50-75 DOLLARS, BASIC MAINTENANCE, OR IF YOU IGNORE THAT IT MAY COST YOU 4-600 DOLLARS OR MORE DOWN THE ROAD.))
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Triple-A suggests that you get your battery checked now, before cold winter nights drain its charge. And just in case, you may want to purchase an emergency kit, with an ice-scraper, a flashlight, and a blanket.
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[11Danville-911]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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[!!ANCHOR TAG ON PINNACLE!!]
Danville residents can now give 9-1-1 dispatchers important information before an emergency happens. It's called the special needs initiative.
The city is the latest in the state to launch the program which is designed to save lives.
Justin McLeod shows us how it works.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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If you like to sign up for Danville's special needs program
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[TAKE PHONE NUM. FS #1000ESSC]

you can call 799-6535 Monday through Friday from nine in the morning until four.
You are asked "NOT" to call 9-1-1 unless its an emergency.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


For those leery of flying after the terrorist attacks, President Bush is signing a sweeping aviation security bill today.
And in Afghanistan, U-S warplanes continue striking the Taliban's last stronghold.
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[Anchor=Kimberly]
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Plus, a fire shuts down Pulaski Furniture's plant.
[ANCHOR=Leo]
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[ANCHOR=Steve]
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[2-shot]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Stay tuned-- News 7 Mornin is next.

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin]
[WRITER=kmc]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Enduring Freedom]


U-S warplanes are pounding Taliban positions outside the city of (KUHN-dooz) Kunduz, the Taliban's only remaining stronghold in northern Afghanistan.
On the ground, opposition forces are battling fighters loyal to Osama bin Laden.
Here at home, President Bush will use Washington's Reagan National Airport as a backdrop when he signs a sweeping aviation security bill today.
It puts the federal government in charge of airport screening operations.
The bill also requires greater inspections of checked baggage. Aleen Sirgany joins us now from Washington with an update.
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[LIVE=NEWSPATH/FULL]
[SUPER=145-Washington, DC;]

((AIR TRAVEL AS WE KNOW IT ... IS ABOUT TO CHANGE FOREVER.
RESPONDING TO THE GROWING THREAT OF TERRORISM, TODAY PRESIDENT BUSH WILL SIGN THE AVIATION SECURITY BILL INTO LAW.
THE SWEEPING MEASURE CALLS FOR MORE SKY MARSHALS, STRONGER COCKPIT DOORS, AND TOUGHER SECURITY AT THE NATION'S AIRPORTS.
THE COMPROMISE PACKAGE ALSO MAKES ALL 28-THOUSAND PASSENGER AND BAGGAGE SCREENERS FEDERAL EMPLOYEES WITHIN A YEAR.

(NAT)


MEANWHILE, THE WAR ON TERRORISM CONTINUES IN AFGHANISTAN.
FOREIGN FIGHTERS -- LOYAL TO OSAMA BIN LADEN -- ARE CLINGING TO THE LAST REMAINING STRONGHOLD IN THE NORTH -- DESPITE INTENSE MILITARY PRESSURE TO SURRENDER.
U.S. WARPLANES ARE TARGETING KUNDHUZ TODAY, WHILE OPPOSITION FIGHTERS SURROUND THE CITY -- READY TO INVADE.
AND TOP U.S. OFFICIALS BELIEVE OSAMA BIN LADEN AND HIS AL-QAIDA NETWORK ARE ON THE RUN -- AND RUNNING OUT OF OPTIONS. THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION SAYS IT HAS NO REASON TO BELIEVE BIN LADEN HAS LEFT AFGHANISTAN.
MEANTIME, LIFE IN THE CAPTAL CITY OF KABUL IS SLOWLY GETTING BACK TO NORMAL . AFGHANS ARE GOING TO THE MOVIES -- AND WATCHING TV -- FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SIX YEARS. ))








[Iraqi-Tanker]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=kmc]
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Rescuers are still searching for two Virginia sailors missing in the Persian Gulf.
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The two sailors were on board a tanker that authorities believe was smuggling Iraqi oil when it sank yesterday morning.
They were from the U-S-S Peterson, a destroyer based in Norfolk.
Six other sailors were rescued..
The U-S Navy says the vessel was carrying about 19- hundred tons of Iraqi oil, which is in violation of United Nations sanctions against Iraq.
Officials say the sinking may have been weather-related, or the ship may have been overloaded.
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[Warner]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin]
[WRITER=kmc]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Mark Warner]


Governor- elect Mark Warner gets the low-down on state finances today.
Warner is expected to attend a meeting of current Governor Jim Gilmore's economic advisory council.
Today's meeting comes after word that the recession could blow a billion- dollar hole into the state budget.
That's expected to put off the final cut to the car tax, and it could also jeopardize teacher and state worker pay raises.


[Marketwatch]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=NET]
[GRAPHIC=Business News]


In business news, Phillips Petroleum is buying Conoco. The new company will be called ConocoPhillips. It's expected to be the nation's third-biggest oil and gas company in terms of oil and gas PRODUCTION.
And the fifth-biggest refiner in the world. Federal regulators and shareholders still have to sign off on the deal. Alexis Christoforous takes a look at the week ahead in this morning's Marketwatch.
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((INVESTORS HAVE SOMETHING TO BE THANKFUL FOR THIS THANKSGIVING... A TURNAROUND ON WALL STREET...
IT WAS A WINNING WEAK FOR THE MARKETS AS AS INVESTORS REACTED TO POSITIVE NEWS ON THE WAR FRONT AND THE ECONOMIC FRONT.
BUT INVESTORS TOOK A BREATHER FRIDAY,

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THE DOW INCHED DOWN 5 POINTS, BUT FOR THE WEEK, THE BLUE CHIPS WERE UP 2.7 PERCENT.

(graphic)

THE NASDAQ DIPPED 2 POINTS, BUT GAINED NEARLY 4 PERCENT ON THE WEEK AS AIRLINE, RETAIL AND SEMICONDUCTOR STOCKS ALL ROSE...

(graphic)

Viisage Technology and other security-related firms RALLIED AFTER CONGRESS PASSED THE AIRLINE SAFETY BILL.

(graphic)

AUTHORITIES SAY IT'S THE LARGEST U-S SEIZURE OF PIRATED SOFTWARE. MICROSOFT SAYS OFFICIALS IN LOS ANGELES SEIZED OVER 100 MLN DOLLARS IN FAKE PRODUCTS. THE ILLEGAL SOFTWARE WAS APPRENTLY SHIPPED FROM TAIWAN THRU THE PORT OF LOS ANGELES.

(on cam)

THE HOLIDAY SHORTENED WEEK AHEAD IS LIGHT IN THE WAY OF ECONOMIC NUMBERS LOOK FOR REPORTS ON LEADING ECONOMIC INDICATORS AND HOUSING STARTS FOR OCTOBER.
IN WHAT MAY BE A SING OF THE TIMES, ONE DEPRESSED DOT-COM COMPANY IS OFFERING FRER PROZAC TO DEPRESSED CONSUEMRS AS PART OF A PROMOTION. THE DRUGMAKER ELI LILLY HAS TEAMED UP WITH MONEY LOSING INTERNET HEALTCHARE FIRM WEBMD TO OFFER AMERICANS A FREE MONT'S SUPPLY OF THE POPULAR ANTIDEPRESSANT.

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TRACK ALL THE PRE-MARKET ACTION AT CBS.MW.COM .. AT THE NASDAQ

(on cam)

I'M AC IN NY.))


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[Med-Day]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=NET]
[GRAPHIC=Mornin Health Check]


In medical news, Doctor Dave Hnida has some tips on how to prevent food poisoning in this morning's Health check.

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((WE ARE GOING INTO THE TIME OF YEAR WHEN LARGE GET-TOGETHERS OF FAMILY AND FRIENDS CAN BE LOTS OF FUN- BUT ONE VISITOR YOU DONT WANT AROUND IS SALMONELLA- AND A RECENT STUDY SUGGESTS THERE IS LOTS OF SALMONELLA OUT THERE WAITING TO STRIKE.

SO HERE ARE SOME TIPS TO KEEP YOUR TUMMY HAPPY .
FIRST: KEEP COLD FOODS COLD AND HOT FOODS HOT- LET THINGS SIT OUT AT ROOM TEMPERATURE AND THEY'LL SPOIL QUICKLY- YOUVE GOT JUST ABOUT 2 HOURS- - IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER WHEN YOURE AT A EVENING LONG PARTY.

AND WHEN YOU HAVE LEFTOVERS- LIKE A TURKEY- SEPARATE THE LARGE PORTIONS INTO SMALLER PORTIONS SO THEY'LL COOL MORE QUICKLY WHEN YOU PUT THEM IN THE FRIDGE.

DO NOT CROSS CONTAMINATE- THAT MEANS DONT PUT FOOD ON THE SAME COUNTER YOU JUST HAD A RAW TURKEY SITTING

BUY YOURSELF A MEAT THERMOMETER- FOR POULTRY- YOU WANT THE MIDDLE TO HIT 180 DEGREES..
WASH YOUR HANDS FREQUENTLY WHILE PREPARING FOOD- SO YOU ARENT THE ONE WHO CONTAMINATES THINGS FOR EVERYONE ELSE.

AND FINALLY- WHEN IN DOUBT- THROW IT OUT. FOOD THAT HAD SPOILED DOES NOT ALWAYS LOOK BAD, SMELL BAD OR TASTE BAD.
-REMEMBER FOOD POISONING DOES NOT TAKE A HOLIDAY DURING THE HOLIDAYS- AND IN FACT MAYBE AT ITS PEAK -THE WEATHERS COOL AND PEOPLE JUST DONT WORRY ABOUT IT LIKE THEY DO DURING THE SUMMER.

IM DR DAVE HNIDA FOR CBS NEWS.))



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[Local-Recap]
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Now here's another look at today's top local stories: Firefighters are battling a blaze in Alleghany County.
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[TAKE MAP FS #1001]


The fire broke out just before three o'clock yesterday afternoon on Little Mountain.
It's burning in the Low Moor area, just east of Covington and a mile south of I-64.
The fire has consumed more than 2 acres so far, and is contained.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

Firefighters believe someone deliberately set the fire that's burning in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest. The fire started Saturday and has so far consumed nearly 130 acres. It's burning in Montgomery County in the Craig's Creek area, close to the Applachian Trail. The fire is partially contained but is not completely under a control.

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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

Fire heavily damaged Pulaski Furniture. Yesterday morning's fire has forced the plant in downtown Pulaski to shut down this week. Investigators believe the fire started from a spark in the dust bin system. Company officials say the incident will require the manufacturing plants at the Pulaski complex to be closed for the upcoming week.
However, office and salaried personnel are asked to report to work.

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[ANCHOR=Leo]
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Now here's Shannon Young with a preview of News 7 at Six.
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[ANCHOR=Steve]
(live ad lib, tease tomorrow)

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