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Coming up on News 7-
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There's word the Taliban is considering surrender. We'll have the facts. Plus, National Guardsman protecting Virginia's airports didn't have to do so on an emtpy stomach. And, Macy's flies high for the 75th year.
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News 7 is next.
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[SOT 27:30]
[IN Q=Last week really confirmed]

((SHEILLA COPLIN: LAST WEEK REALLY CONFIRMED OUR SUSPICION THAT WE WOULD HAVE TO STEP UP PRODUCION SO THATS WHAT WE DID.))
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[OUT Q=what we did]
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[VO-NAT]


A record number of Henry County residents turn to area charities this Thanksgiving.
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Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.[Henry-Layoffs]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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[WRITER=jus]
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Recent layoffs, budget shortfalls, and possible school closings are making for some tough times in Henry County.
But as Justin McLeod discovered residents still remain thankful and more importantly hopeful this Thanksgiving.
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[SOT 33:12]
[IN Q=Nat sound of Steve standing in dining room]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Steve McDaniel/V-F Imagewear Employee; :13]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer McDaniel/Henry Co. Teacher; :35]
[SUPER=@justin1; :42]
[SUPER=01-Sheilla Coplin/Thanksgiving Meal Organizer; 1:10]
[SUPER=01-Becky Hundley/Henry Co. Resident; 1:21]
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[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Henry Co.]


((NAT SOUND OF STEVE STANDING IN DINING ROOM)) (( Steve McDaniel may soon lose his job but not his optitism.
The V-F Imagewear employee found out just last week he will most likely be out of a job by July.
[SOT 29:34]
[IN Q=I'm just going to]

((STEVE McDANIEL/V-F IMAGEWEAR EMPLOYEE: I'M JUST GOING TO SEE WHAT MY OPTIONS ARE WITH V-F AND TAKE IT FROM THERE.))


[Runs= 06]
[OUT Q=it from there]


Taking it from there involves more than two thousand V-F employees.
However, the layoffs affect more than just the people who work there.
On Wednesday, the economic downturn forced the Henry County school board to outline a plan to consolidate and close some schools.
[SOT 30:42]
[IN Q=You definetely have to watch]

((JENNIFER McDANIEL/HENRY CO. SCHOOL TEACHER: YOU DEFINETELY HAVE TO WATCH WHAT YOU SPEND. AS FAR AS CHRISTMAS GOES, CHRISTMAS COMING UP, YOU HAVE TO DO SOME CUTBACKS.))
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[OUT Q=to do some cutbacks]
[SOT 37:20]
[IN Q=The recent layoffs]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE RECENT LAYOFFS AT VF IMAGEWEAR IS ALREADY HAVING AN AFFECT ON THIS COMMUNITY. ONE OF THE LARGEST THANKSGIVING MEALS IS HELD AT THE GALLERY EVERY YEAR. ORGANIZERS SAW A RECORD TURNOUT THIS YEAR, SERVING SEVERAL HUNDRED MORE PEOPLE THAN LAST YEAR.))
[Runs= 13]
[OUT Q=than last year]

((NAT SOUND OF SERVING THE MEAL))
Last year, the Martinsville Henry County Community Thanksgiving served more than 12-hundred dinners.
This year, that number grew to more than 18-hundred.
And organizers fear more layoffs and a larger need in the future.
[SOT 42:07]
[IN Q=It might be me next time]

((SHEILLA COPLIN/ORGANIZER: IT MIGHT BE ME NEXT TIME. AND I'D LIKE TO THINK THE COMMUNITY WOULD TAKE CARE OF ME AS WELL.))
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[OUT Q=me as well]


So much many feel community involvement will be key to the county's recovery.
[SOT 25:20]
[IN Q=Its a sad time]

((BECKY HUNDLEY/AREA RESIDENT: ITS A SAD TIME BUT ITS A PULLING TOGETHER TOO AND WE CAN HELP EACH OTHER ABOUT, THATS WHAT ITS ALL ABOUT.))
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[OUT Q=its all about]


So on this Thanksgiving, no one here is ready to pack in just yet. (SHOT OF PACKING DINNERS; 22:47)
Justin McLeod, News 7, Henry County.))


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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Several area organizations gave homebound residents a few reasons to give thanks today.
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About 20 volunteers helped deliver Thanksgiving meals to Roanoke's homebound elderly this morning.
Each senior received a hot prepared meal, flowers, and a holiday gift.
Volunteers also make a point to sit down, and spend some one-on-one time with each recipient.
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[SOT 3:44]
[IN Q=especially in this time]

((AIMEE WAINWRIGHT/AREA AGENCY ON AGING: ESPECIALLY IN THIS TIME WHEN FAMILY, HAVING PEOPLE AROUND YOU ITS IMPORTANT TO LET THEM TO KNOW ESPECIALLY ON THE HOLIDAY THAT THERE IS SOMEBODY OUT THERE THINKING ABOUT THEM AND THAT SOMEONE CARES.))
[SUPER=01-Aimee Wainwright/Area Agency on Aging]
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Roanoke's Area agency On Aging sponsored this year's delivery.
Volunteers delivered more than a 150 meals to seniors in Roanoke and Vinton.
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[Salvation-Army]


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Volunteers with the Salvation Army also delivered meals to area shut-ins today.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

They began cooking around seven thirty this morning - and served dinner from three until five this afternoon at their facility on Salem Avenue in Roanoke.
This year's Thanksgiving meal attracted more than two hundred people.
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Some area National Guardsmen are flying high this Thanksgiving, thanks to Delta Connection.
The airline provided a free Thanksgiving meal for the troops at the Roanoke Regional Airport today.
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Shortly after the terrorist attacks, Governor Gilmore called up the National Guard to patrol and help assist security at nine Virginia airports.
Area guardsmen believe their presence has helped eased the fears of the traveling public
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[SOT :52]
[IN Q=Several people say thank you]

((SGT. DWIGHT HODGES: SEVERAL PEOPLE SAY THANK YOU. MOST PEOPLE GO ABOUT THERE BUSINESS. I DON'T SEE ANY PANIC OR FEAR.))
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Several area restaurants donated the food and presented each guardsmen with gift certificates.
Airport security and Roanoke police officers stationed at the airport were also treated to the Thanksgiving feast.


[Macys]


[ANCHOR=Shan]
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[WRITER=syo]
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Despite heavy hearts in the wake of the September eleventh attacks, New Yorkers today showed they still love a parade.
Manuel Gallegus wraps up the 75th annual Macy's event.
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[IN Q=It was a cheerful day...]
[SUPER=03-New York;:00]
[SUPER=01-Manuel Gallegus/Reporting;:40]
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((IT WAS A CHEERFUL DAY NEW YORKERS NEEDEDA ONE OF A KIND CELEBRATION THAT MAKES THE CITY GREATTHE MACY'S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE.

-SOT-any day it's wonderful to be a new yorker. 11;55


THIS IS THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE EVENT AND THIS YEAR, WITH ALL THAT'S HAPPENED, IT TOOK ON SPECIAL MEANING AND A NEW LOOK OF PATRIOTISM.
THE STATUE OF LIBERTY FLOAT LED THE WAY WITH THE CHILDREN OF FIREFIGHTERS AND IN TOW
-NAT OFFICERS / CHEER-
THERE WERE HUGE ROUNDS OF APPLAUSE FOR THE POLICE OFFICERS CARRYING THE RED WHITE AND BLUE
AND FOR MAYOR RUDY GIULIANI ABORD THE BIG APPLE TOPPED WITH A TATTERED FLAG THAT WAS DUGOUT OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER RUBBLE.
-stand-up- the parade has always been a symbol of continuityit's only been cancelled three times and that was during world war II, when there was a shortage of helium and rubber.
THIS YEAR MORE THAN TWO MILLION LOCALS AND TOURISTS LINED BROADWAY TO CATCH A GLIMPSE

-SOT-the best weather, the spirit, we need something like this in new

york so I'm here to enjoy it with my family. 10;33
SECURITY WAS EXTRA TIGHT.AS IT HAS BEEN SINCE SEPTEMBERTHOUSANDS OF OFFICERS FROM NEW YORK CITY STATE AND FEDERAL AGENCIES PATROLLED THE STREETS.

-SOT-new york is still a safe place to go, still a safe place to be and

we're all friendly havin' a good time right? You got it ok 12;30
THERE WAS NO TROUBLEJUST A LOT OF SMILES AND GOOD SPIRITS AS MANHATTAN CELEBRATES THE HOLIDAY SEASON MANUEL GALLEGUS CBS NEWS NEW YORK.))

[Mary-Kay]


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The person behind one of the most recognizable companies in the United States has died.
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Mary Kay Ash - known simply as "Mary Kay", built her business into the second- largest direct sales cosmetics company in the nation. 400- thousand women are devoted to Mary Kay's makeup and skin care products. Although she was in fragile health over the past years, doctors say she died of natural causes. She was 83.
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Two teenagers died following a single car accident in Roanoke County last night.
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Friends have erected a makeshift memorial for 18 year old Cory James Keeling, and 17 year old Douglas Hale Jennings the second. Police responded to the accident shortly after 8-o'clock last night on Loch Haven Drive. Authorities believe Keeling was speeding, lost control of his car and swerved off the road into a tree.
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Fire officials say a house fire in Roanoke last night may have started near the basement furnace.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Flames could be seen shooting from the back end of the home on Riverland Road. No one was home at the time.
While officials say they DID save one animal inside, a pet dog died in the fire.. No word yet on the cause. The city's fire department estimates damage at close to 100-thousand dollars.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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An unlikely ally is stepping forward to help with peace in the Middle East -
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and if you missed Survivor tonight - we'll let you know who made the cut.
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[Sports-Preview]


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[OUT Q=...in sports."]

((Hey sports fans Happy Turkey day here's what's happening the Roanoke Express picks up a win at the round house tonight V-M-I loses its last football game of the season to East Tennessee the Green Bay Packers hold on for a win against the Lions in the Silverdome and the Dallas Cowboys come up a couple points short in a loss to Denver.
All that and more coming up in sports.))
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[***NO MINI OPEN***/ CHANGE FROM LINEUP]
Chaos and confusion still reign in northern Afghanistan, despite word of a surrender by the Taliban.
Opposition forces say Taliban commanders have agreed to give up their last stronghold, of Kunduz.
But there are mixed messages on the battlefield. CBS' Jim Acosta has the latest.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=It's not the sound of surrender...]
[SUPER=01-Jack Straw/British Foreign Secretary; 1:02]
[SUPER=01-Jim Acosta/Reporting; 1:20]
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(((nats - rockets)
IT'S NOT THE SOUND OF SURRENDER.
BUT THESE ROCKETS AND BOMBS MAY REPRESENT THE FINAL FIERCE MOMENTS OF THIS WAR ON TERRORISM.

(nats - bombs - 18:32:00 EN)

IN THE PAST 24 HOURS, UNITED FRONT FORCES HAVE POUNDED THE CITY OF KUNDUZ, WITH ARTILLERY AND ROCKET ATTACKS.
TALIBAN TROOPS STILL CLING TO THE LAST STRONGHOLD, DESPITE REPORTS, THEIR COMMANDERS WANT TO SURRENDER. UNITED FRONT FORCES HAVE CONFISCATED TALIBAN RIFLES, ROCKETS, EVEN A FEW RADIOS.
(walkie-talkie nats)

IF YOU LEAVE NOW, WE WILL SPARE YOUR LIFE, SAYS THIS UNITED FRONT COMMANDER. BUT KILL AS MANY FOREIGN TALIBAN AS YOU CAN, BEFORE YOU LEAVE.

(nats - warplanes)

AS U-S B52 BOMBERS STRUCK ENEMY POSITIONS IN AND AROUND THE CITY, AFGHAN TALIBAN TROOPS FLED KONDUZ BY THE TRUCKLOAD.
(nats - farsi)


THIS REBEL COMMANDER SAYS NON-AFGHAN FIGHTERS, WHO ARE LOYAL TO OSAMA BIN LADEN, ARE PREVENTING LOCAL TALIBAN FROM SURRENDERING, HOLDING SOME RESIDENTS AS HOSTAGES

(nats - battlefield)


FROM AFAR, IT'S DIFFICULT TO TELL WHO'S IN CONTROL.
EVEN WESTERN LEADERS AREN'T SURE WHAT'S HAPPENING.
SOT: Jack Straw, British foreign secretary


"My understanding is that the situation is confused at the moment, it maybe that the indigenous Afghan/Taliban are seeking to surrender while those that come from outside Afghanistan are seeking to fight to the death."
THE UNITED STATES HAS MADE IT CLEAR, THEY HAVE LITTLE PITY FOR FOREIGN FIGHTERS. AMERICAN COMMANDERS SAY TERRORIST TROOPS WHO DON'T SURRENDER, WILL PAY THE PRICE, WITH THEIR LIVES.))

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An unlikely source is stepping forward to help in the Middle East peace process.
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[VO-NAT 20:09:28]
[SUPER=03-Jerusalem]

The Political Commissioner for Jerusalem is speaking out for the first time - telling fellow Palestinians that going back to OLD Palestine will not be what they expect.
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[SOT 20:10:28]
[IN Q= The minute that]

((THE MINUTE THE FOUR MILLION PEOPLE GO BACK INTO THEIR ORIGINAL HOMELAND INTO WHAT IS NOW ISRAEL, ISRAEL WILL CHANGE OVERNIGHT AND BECOME A BI-NATIONAL STATE.))
[SUPER=01-Sari Nusseibeh/Jerusalem Affairs Commissioner]
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[OUT Q=bi-national state.]
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[VO-NAT]

His words are controversial, but they carry weight. The Affairs Commissioner acted as a key negotiator in the breakthrough talks that began the peace process. He is also the heir to a famous reverend and was left property in Jordan which he says he will likely never see. After withdrawing from public life years ago, he has returned now with his views, despite the personal danger they pose. And says he believes now is critical time for his people.
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Law enforcement officers aren't just for leading criminals to jail -
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Mayberry's favorite sheriff and deputy are guiding some some people down a more religious path. We'll explain later on News 7.
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[WEB-ADDRESS]
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]

[Survivor]


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[ANCHOR TAG!!!!!]
With 10 Survivor contestants remaining the traditional tribal merge came as somewhat of a surprise. It also spelled the end for Clarence Black. Teri Okita has more on the show from New York.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=One thing's for sure...]
[SUPER=03-Kenya, Africa; :00]
[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/Reporting; :1:07]
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[OUT Q=Now back to you]

((ONE THINGS FOR SURE THIS THANKSGIVING. ITS NO PICNIC OUT THERE FOR THE SURVIVORS.

SOT: (9:45) Frank, you want anymore mush?


TRACK: NINE CONTESTANTS ARE THANKFUL TO HAVE SURVIVED THE MERGE, BUT FOR 24-YEAR-OLD CLARENCE BLACK, HIS TIME WAS UP AND HIS TRIBEMATES DUMPED HIM.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: First impressions hurt Clarence. Since week one, when he snuck a can of beans, the other Survivors have mistrusted him and he was never really able to live it down.
TRACK: HE WAS ALSO PHYSICALLY THE STRONGEST, AND A THREAT TO SOME OF THE OTHER CONTESTANTS JUST TOO MANY THINGS STACKED UP AGAINST HIM. AND FOR THE FIRST TIME, A SURVIVOR WAS ACTUALLY TOLD, STRAIGHT OUT, HE WAS THE TARGET.

(47:14ish) Lex: Weve all decided to vote you off, not personal


TRACK: SURVIVORS HAVE LEARNED TO EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED. THEY HAD THEIR DOUBTS ABOUT WHETHER A MERGE WOULD EVEN HAPPEN, BUT IT DID AND NOW, THE REAL STRATEGIZING BEGINS.
STANDUP: They call new tribe Moto-maji Swahili for fire and water. Now that theyve merged all bets are off, old alliances could be severed, and its anybodys game to win. Teri Okita, CBS News, New York.))

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The Express wins at the Roundhouse and the Broncos and Packers win in the N-F-L.
But first our Extra point.
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[SUPER=03-]


Patrick Roy (Wah) the winningest goalie in N-H-L history has decided not to play for Canada in the upcoming Olympics in Salt Lake City.
Roy said he called Avalanche general manager Wayne Gretzky and informed him that he would not be part of the Olympics.
He made the decision last week saying he wanted to be rested and focused for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="I was there....]
[SUPER=01-Patrick Roy/Avalanche Goalie; :00]
[RUNS=:18]
[OUT Q=....great goaltending."]
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The Roanoke Express opened a three game set last night with a 3 to 1 win over Greensboro at the Roundhouse.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Roanoke vs Greensboro; :]


A nice crowd came out to watch after filling themselves with Turkey.
Roanoke's Duncan Dalmao gets the pass and fires it from the blue line and the puck gets through for the score 1 to nothing Express.
Frank Novock of the Express passes to Terrence Tootoo who shots, the shot is blocked but Tootoo gets the rebound for the score to make it 2 to nothing.
Greensboro came back Chris Bell passes to Rob Sandrock he shoots the puck and scores the goal to make it 2 to 1 Express.
[SUPER=38-Roanoke/3/Greensboro/1/;]


The Express rallied Pete Gardner receives the pass in front of the net and he taps it in and the Express wins the game 3 to 1.
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[S-VMI]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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VMI used to play on Thanksgiving Day almost every year right here in the Star City at Victory Stadium. Yesterday,
the Keydets hosted East Tennessee State in an unusual Turkey Day battle at Alumni Field in Lexington.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington/ETSU vs. VMI; :00]

The game was originally set for September 15th - just four days after the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. The Buccaneers were the one on the move yesteray as they got three first half touchdowns from their fullbacks to build a comfortable cushion on the Keydets early in the second quarter. And this 28 yard Matt Wilhelm to Tim Turner touchdown pass in the corner of the endzone put E-T-S-U in front 28-to-10 at halftime. VMI which finished the season 1-and-10 was its own worst enemy as twice snaps sailed over the head of Keydets punter Brent Barth. Keydets quarterback Joey Gibson set a school record with 57 pass attempts, but he was intercepted three times including this one inside the Bucs' five.
[SUPER=36-E.T.S.U./34/V.M.I./23;]

Gibson threw for 310 yards, but the best catch of the day was made at halftime by Ki-Ya! VMI loses to ETSU 34-to-23.


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[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
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Green Bay had a close one in the Silverdome yesterday. The Packers beat the Detroit Lions by 2, 29 to 27.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pontiac, MI/FOX SPORTS; :]


A special football was used commerating the game.
The Packers jumped out in front quick. Ahman Green takes the handoff and scores on the 25 yard run and Green Bay went on top 7 to nothing in the first quarter.
Then the Lions defense made a big play. Chris Clayborne sacks Favre causing a fumble James hall picks it up and returns it for the 7 yard T-D and Detroit trailed 17 to 13.
[SUPER=32-Green Bay/29/Detroit/27/;]


The Lions offense came alive in the fourth quarter behind quarterback Mike McMahon. He made it 29 to 27 on a T-D pass but the tieing 2 point conversion failed and the Lions lost their 10-th straight.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="It's tough...]
[SUPER=01-Mike McMahon/Lions Quarterback; :]
[RUNS=:19]
[OUT Q=.....the difference."]
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The Packers are 7 and 3 and move to within a half-game of Chicago in the N-F-C East.

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Jason Elam hit four field goals as Denver grabbed a 26 to 3 lead before hanging on to beat Dallas 26 to 24.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Dallas, TX/CBS SPORTS; :]


Dallas fell behind when the Broncos scored twice in 66 seconds.
The first T-D came on this one yard run by Mike Anderson to make it 10 to 3 Denver.
Then after a Ryan Leaf fumble Brian Griese goes to the air and hits Dwayne Carswell on the 4 yard T-D pass and the Broncos led 17 to 3 at the half.
[SUPER=32-Denver/26/Dallas/24/;]


Dallas rallied for 3 T-D's in the fourth quarter. On this play Reggie Swinton returns this punt 65 yards for a score but Cowboys coach Dave Campo declined to go for 2 and the Broncos hold on for the 26 to 24 win.
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[RUNS=:11]
[OUT Q=....of options there."]
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Denver is 6 and 5 and the Cowboys are now 2 and 8.

[S-Qualify]


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Jeff Gordon captured the points championship last weekend in Atlanta and the season will end today with the New Hampshire 300 at Loudon.
The starting positions were determined by owners points after the Chevrolet Monte Carlo 400 in Richmond, the race the week before the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.
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[SUPER=0107-21. Robert Pressley//22. Mike Wallace//23. Jerry Nadeau//24. Ricky Craven//25. Dave Blaney//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Terry Labonte//27. Kurt Busch//28. Joe Nemechek//29. Michael Waltrip//30. John Andretti//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-31. Robby Gordon//32. Casey Atwood//33. Brett Bodine//34. Todd Bodine//35. Jason Leffler//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-36. Kevin Lepage//37. Stacy Compton//38. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.//39. Ron Hornaday//40. Rick Mast//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-41. Buckshot Jones//42. Kyle Petty//43. TBA//;]
[RUNS=:45]
[OUT Q=...last driver."]
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That's it for sports. Have a great day everybody!


[S-Dazzle]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-111 (00:17)]
[GRAPHIC=Roanoke Dazzle]


Lets hope the Roanoke Dazzle didn't eat too much turkey yesterday because the team returns to action tonight at the Roanoke Civic Center.
The Dazzle is 1 and 1 heading into tomorrow nights game against the Fayetteville Patriots.
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[SOT=]
[IN Q="That's the...]
[SUPER=01-Artie Griffin/Dazzle Guard; :]
[RUNS=:14]
[OUT Q=.....teaching us."]
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[TALENT=Roy]
[GRAPHIC=Hold Logo]


The Dazzle and Patriots will tip it off at 7-thirty.
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The Express wins at the Roundhouse. More later on Mornin'.

[Andy-Bible]


[ANCHOR=shan]
[NEWSCAST=11 p.m.]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=NONE]

He's the epitome of the small town police officer of days gone by. But now Andy Griffith's doing more than entertaining. As Mark Strassman reports, Christians are turning to Mayberry's lawman for religious guidance.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Father, we thank you for this time...]
[SUPER=03-Marietta, GA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Barry Lancaster/Bible Study Leader; :27]
[SUPER=01-Susan Bishop/Bible Study Student; :45]
[SUPER=01-Mark Strassman/Reporting; 1:16]
[RUNS=1:58]
[OUT Q=STD]
(( (NAT SOT Bible study class opens)

"FATHER WE THANK YOU FOR THIS TIME."
Across America, some of the faithful are starting to follow HOLLYWOOD Scripture.

((NAT SOT))

Griffith show, people watching
The Andy Griffith show, re-born as BIBLE STUDY.

((NAT SOT))

clip up full
Dressed as Deputy Barney Fife ...

((NAT SOT))

"WHAT LESSON CAN BE LEARNED IN THIS EPISODE?" Barry Lancaster, a paint salesman, leads a CHRISTIAN review of Andy Griffith's Mayberry.

((SOT Barry Lancaster - Bible Class Leader))

"HE WOULD NEVER DO AN EPISODE UNLESS IT TAUGHT SOME TYPE OF MORAL LESSON."

NAT SOT

episode
This episode was a parable about the pitfalls of PRIDE.

((NAT SOT))

"HOW DO WE TOOT OUR OWN HORNS SOMETIMES TO IMPRESS OTHERS OR TO IMPRESS THE HEAVENLY FATHER?"

((SOT Susan Bishop - Bible Study Student))

"FOR ME IT'S A SORT OF A RELIEF. CAUSE I WORK A FAST PACE ALL DAY, TO COME AND SLOW DOWN AND RE-FOCUS ON VALUES THAT ARE MORE TRADITIONALLY WHAT YOU KNOW I THINK MY VALUS AND FOR MY FAMILY OUGHT TO BE."
A software engineer in Alabama named Joey Fann developed the Mayberry Bible Study.

NAT SOT

classroom discussion, some other state
In thirty-one states now, Christians try to answer the eternal question -- "What Would Andy Do?"

((SOT))

"I DON'T WANT TO SAY HE IS GOD. HE IS THE CONSTANT, HE IS PRETTY LEVEL-HEADED, HE IS ALWAYS WORKING FOR THE GOOD."
((STANDUP)) "BUT MANY THEOLOGIANS ARE NON-BELIEVERS. THEY SAY MAYBERRY MAY BE A STAGE TO SHOW SIMPLE, TIMELESS TRUTHS, BUT DON'T CONFUSE IT FOR A PLACE TO STUDY GOD SERIOUSLY."

((SOT BRELSFORD)

"WELL IT'S NOT BIBLE STUDY PER SE..."
Not when the "Bible" is a Hollywood script.

((SOT PROF. THEODORE BRELSFORD -- EMORY UNIVERSITY THEOLOGIAN)

"IT'S A FUN LOOK AT THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW, IN THE CONTEXT OF CHURCH."))
Organizers say these Mayberry reviews during the week help fill the church on Sunday.

((SOT))

"WE HAVE A LOT OF FOLKS THAT WILL START HERE AND THEN GO INTO MORE IN-DEPTH BIBLE-STUDY. SO I THINK IT'S A GOOD FOOTHOLD TO GET PEOPLE INITIALLY IN HERE."
Mayberry now has an afterlife well beyond re-runs on cable-television.
Mark Strassmann CBS News, Marietta, Georgia.))