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Today on News 7 at 5, America suffers its first battle fatality in Afghanistan. We will have the details in a live report.
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and the U-S Supreme Court takes on a battle that could decide how much access adults have to Internet pornography. [Weather-Head]
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Downright warm today after the fog burned away. What's ahead for tomorrow? Details coming up.

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Also one of Roanoke's largest employers says it will add another 200 jobs.
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and on health check, we'll will see how massage therapy can make pregnancy and child birth a little easier.
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The First American has been killed in combat in Afghanistan.... He was a C-I-A officer.. killed by rioting prisoners near (Ma-ZaREE Shareef.)
Meanwhile on the homefront, President Bush says his administration is working to meet the deadline to have all checked airline bags screened.
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((WE'RE DOING EVERYTHING WE CAN TO MEET THE DEADLINE AND WE'RE DOING EVERYTHING WE CAN TO MAKE SUR ETHE AMERICAN PEOPLE FEEL SAFE. AND ONE WAY WE'RE DOING IT IS TO HAVE GUARDSMEN AT THE AIRPORTS OVER THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.. ANOTHER WAY IS TO HAVE PLANES FULL OF AIR MARSHALS.))
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The President says he'll do all he can to speed up the inspection of all baggage- by the January deadline.
Meanwhile in Washington Flags are at half staff at CIA headquarters... where workers there mourn one of their own.
Jim Acosta joins us live with the latest on the first American killed on the ground in Afghanistan.
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((THE FLAGS IS AT HALF-STAFF AT CIA HEADQUARTERS .. AS U.S. OFFICIALS ANNOUNCED THEY HAVE RECOVERED THE BODY OF THE FIRST AMERICAN KILLED IN COMBAT. 32 YEAR OLD JOHNNY MICHEAL SPANN OF WINFIELD ALABAMA WAS AN OPERATIVE FOR THE C-I-A. HE WAS KILLED DURING A NORTHERN AFGHANISTAN PRISON UPRISING THAT TURNED INTO A BLOODBATH. THE GUNFIGHT LEFT HUNDREDS OF TALIBAN AND AL QUEDA P.O.W.'S DEAD AND SOME AMERICAN SOLDIERS WOUNDED.
THEY'RE RECOVERING AT A MILITARY HOSPITAL IN GERMANY AFTER THEY WERE MISTAKENLY HIT BY U.S. WARPLANES TRYING TO QUASH THE REVOLT. Name withheld, "At this point the plan is for all of them to go back to US within 4-8 days depending..." MEANWHILE MORE MARINES ARE MOVING IN -- AS THE HUNT FOR OSAMA BIN LADEN IS NOW SPREADING TO THE EASTERN AFGHAN CITY OF TORA BORA.
Rear Adm. John Stufflebeam, Pentagon Spokesman "The best way to characterize it is to say pressure stepped up.. fewer taliban and al-quaeda forces that are resisting than there were days ago." AT THE WHITE HOUSE PRESIDENT BUSH met with the prime minister of SPAIN. ALTHOUGH SPAIN HAS ARRESTED SOME AL QAIDA SUSPECTS..SO FAR THEY ARE REFUSING TO SEND THEM TO THE US. FOR TRIAL. HOWEVER MR BUSH CHOSE TO TAKE THE HIGH ROAD ON THE ISSUE. Bush "Recently, Spain has arrested Al Qaeda members and has shared information about those Al Qaeda members, and it's incredibly helpful." AND IN GERMANY -- EFFORTS TO TRACK DOWN SUSPECTED TERRORISTS LED INVESTIGATORS TO HAMBURG -- WHERE THEY ARRESTED A MORROCAN MAN WHO'S ACCUSED OF CONTROLLING A BANK ACCOUNT FOR THE 9-11 HIJACKERS. THE MAN IS DENYING ANY INVOLVEMENT.))


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400 thousand jobs have been lost in the past seven weeks nationwide.... President Bush says that's how long its been since he proposed an economic stimulus plan- and he says the Senate is dragging its feet.
The President's calling on Congress to quickly pass a package to jump start the economy.
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((ANY GOOD PACKAGE MUST BE STIMULATIVE IN EFFECT AND AT THE SAME TIIME TAKE CARE OF DISPLACED WORKERS. THERE'S AGREEMENT ON THAT. THEY JUST NOW HAVE TO WORK OUT THE DETAILS AND I HOPE THEY'RE ABLE TO DO SO.)) [BUTT TO 14:19;13] ((WE'RE TRYING TO DO IS START ANEW. WE'RE TRYING TO START OVER AND FIND A WAY TO BREAK THE IMPASSE EVEN THOUGH THE REPULBICANS HAVE THWARTED OUR EFFORTS SO FAR.))
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Daschle says he's not willing to compromise to get a package passed in the next 48 hours- bud he did offer some optomism.. aying an accord on one aspect of the bill could come soon.

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There's no question Virginia's hurting.
The unemployment rate rose in October to three and a half percent. That's up slightly from September's 3-point-3 percent rate. Virginia Employment Commission officials attribute the slight rise to service jobs lost in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks and more manufacturing furloughs.



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Advance Auto Parts will bring 234 new jobs to the Roanoke Valley .
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The company announced a 14-million dollar expansion this afternoon. The decision follows the recent acquisition of the Florida-based Discount Auto Parts chain.
With the addition of these new positions over the next two years, the number of Advance employees in the Roanoke Valley will top 2-thousand.
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((IT'S VERY IMPORTANT TO US. WE NEED THE SPACE. WE ARE GROWING WITH OUR PLANNED ACQUISITION OF DISCOUNT AUTO PARTS TAKING US TO OVER 2400 STORES IN 38 STATES. WE OBVIOUSLY NEED PEOPLE TO SUPPORT THAT BUSINESS AND TO BE ABLE TO GROW HERE IN THE VALLEY IS GREAT THING.))
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The city will receive 670- thousand dollars from the Governor's Opportunity Fund to pay for site improvements. Advance will occupy renovated space at Crossroads Mall.
Other employees will continue to work at the Airport Road Headquarters, and in a third location near Valley View Mall.
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Demolition work has finally begun on a Covington's landmark.
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This week workers started removing the roof from the Old City Hall Building. Next, the building will be gutted, and the walls will be torn down. The start of the demolition follows months of battles between preservationists and members of Covington City Council.

Earlier this month the group "Friends of Old City Hall" failed in a bid to obtain a permanent injunction barring the demolition. Officials say the demolition will take between four to 6 weeks to complete.
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Governor-elect Mark Warner makes a key appointment to his administration. We will tell you who it is after the break.
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[VO] Also a battle over internet pornography has made its way to the highest court in the land.
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A law designed to protect children from pornography on the internet is facing a challenge before the U-S Supreme Court. The Justices have to determine whether the law is too restrictive of adult's civil rights.
Marti Johnson has more.
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((MITCH TEPPER OPERATES A COMMERCIAL WEBSITE CALLED SEXUALHEALTH.COM.

(((SOT---Tepper)))

"My site is not pornography, it is sexual education, but that sexual education is explicit and descriptive."
AND TOO EASY FOR KIDS TO ACCESS ACCORDING TO THE CHILD ONLINE PROTECTION ACT. UNDER THE COPA ACT, SITES LIKE THIS WITH CONTENT THAT A COMMUNITY THINKS COULD HARM A CHILD, MUST POST WALLS, OR SCREEN THE MATERIALS TO PROTECT MINOR INTERNET USERS. BUT THE ACLU ARGUES THE LAW IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

(((SOT---Beeson)))

"Under any standard, it would require webspeakers who have a right to communicate material that is protected for adults to put up screens that would deter their users and do it under threat of criminal penalty."
THE ACLU ALSO ARGUES SCREENS WOULD BE EXPENSIVE FOR WEBSITES, LIKE ONLINE MAGAZINE SALON.COM AND ARTNET.COM. BUT THE GOVERNMENT ARGUES WITHOUT SCREENS, MINORS SURF INTO ONLINE SMUT WITHOUT WARNING. AND SINCE COMMERCIAL SITES ALREADY REQUIRE ADULT USERS TO PROVIDE CREDIT CARD NUMBERS, THOSE WHO HELPED DRAFT THE LAW SAY THE SCREENS ALREADY EXIST.

(((SOT---Hughes)))

"It's certainly not a burden to commercial pornographers because they already have those mechanisms in place, why, because they're already selling commercial."
HUGHES ADMITS EVEN IF AMERICAN WEBSITES ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE, WITH 28 THOUSAND WEBSITES MANY BASED ABROAD, CHILDREN'S EXPOSURE TO ONLINE SMUT WON'T END.

(((STANDUP---Johnson)))

"That's why even if the court finds for the government, internet watchers say parents will still have to keep an eye on what children find, surfing the World Wide Web. In Washington, Marti Johnson."))

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A trip to the Big Apple this past weekend is still fresh on the minds of members of a local travel club.
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Ernie Dale began planning the trip back in March.
After September 11th, two thirds of the tour group backed-out.
But a few of those who didn't say the memories of the World Trade Center Rubble will forever be with them.
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((EDRIA WIMMER/TRAVEL CLUB MEMBER: FIRST IMPRESSION WAS SAD. WHAT AMAZED ME WAS THE SILENCE THAT WAS THERE. PEOPLE WERE JUST KINDA GOING BY, THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO SAY. I WAS JUST HONORED TO BE THERE.))
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The group says they were surprised at how welcome the New Yorkers made them feel.
All say they hope to return soon.
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In Health Check tonight,
For pregnant women who experience physical discomfort and swelling --massage is one option that can help.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us --it can also help with the labor process.
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That's right Jean,
Massage can help a woman learn how to relax her body.
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And if a woman can learn how to relax --she can carry those techniques into the delivery room.
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Sam Newell is in her 2nd trimester --this is her third massage during the pregnancy. Newell says because she works long days and spend many hours on her feet --she thought this would be a nice way to relax.
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((IMMEDIATE RELAXATION AND ALSO AN KIND OF INVIGORATION ..I JUST FELT I HAD MORE ENERGY AFTERWARDS)) [RUNS06]
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But massage can offer more than just relaxation for expecting mothers.
It can bring more oxygen and nutrients to the baby because it increases blood circulation. It can help stabilize hormone levels --which can help with depression and anxiety. Massage can combat fatigue and improve sleep. It can reduce swelling --and control the onset of varicose veins --by increasing circulation.
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((USUALLY ABOUT THE SECOND TRIMESTER AROUND 16 WEEKS IS A GOOD TIME GET STARTED --AND THEN LOOKING AT EVERY OTHER WEEK IS GOOD SCHEDULE ESPECIALLY IF WOMAN IS ON HER FEET LONG HOURS A DAY)) [RUNS13]
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Certified massage therapist Gwinn Firing says it doesn't always have to be done by a professional -- partners can try massage at home. But they should avoid the abdominal area.
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((WE FIND THAT PREGNANT WOMEN THAT ARE MORE RELAXED DURING THEIR PREGNANCY DON'T HAVE AS MANY TENSION PROBLEMS AND ALSO THAT CAN HELP WITH EASE INTO THE LABOR PROCESS AS WELL)) [RUNS09]
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That's what Newell is hoping because she had a rough time her first pregnancy.
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((I THINK IT CAN CERTAINLY HELP --THE TECHNIQUES THAT GWINN AND I GO OVER --I CAN USE THOSE TO PREPARE FOR THE LABOR))
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Expectant mothers should avoid massage if they have consistent nausea and vomiting, hypertension, or excessive swelling. The average cost for a massage is 50 dollars.
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Jean

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Virginia's budget shortfall is shaping a new administration.
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Governor- Elect Mark Warner today named a Finance Secretary as the first appointment he's made to his new government.
John Bennett has been the staff director of the state Senate Finance Committee since 1988.
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((MARK WARNER/GOVERNOR-ELECT: THE ISSUE THAT I'M SPENDING A GREAT, GREAT DEAL OF TIME ON RIGHT NOW IS GETTING OUR HANDS AROUND THIS BUDGET, AND MAKING SURE THAT WE GET OUR FISCAL HOUSE IN ORDER. AND BY BEING ABLE TO BRING ON SOMEONE THE CALIBER OF JOHN BENNETT, I'M VERY PLEASED THAT THIS IS THE FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT THAT WE'LL BE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE THAT QUALITY OF PERSONNEL THAT I THINK YOU'LL SEE REFLECTED AROUND THE WHOLE ADMINISTRATION.))
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Bennett's appointment signals that Warner trusts the fiscal positions the state Senate took this year, when its Republican leadership locked horns with the House and the Governor in an effort to slow down the car tax repeal.
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Coming up we will see how a string quartet is finding a special joy in playing for small audiences.
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The Marcato String Trio is playing to small audiences these days--really small.
Second graders to be exact, and the kids are enjoying a truly hands on musical lesson, Patrick Evans has the story.
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Coming up a little later,
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[VO] it looks like the story of a missing Santa Claus could have a happy ending after all.
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A law designed to protect children from pornography on the internet is facing a challenge before the U-S Supreme Court. The Justices have to determine whether the law is too restrictive of adult's civil rights.
Marti Johnson has more.
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[SUPER=03-Washington, DC;]
[SUPER=01-Mitch Tepper/Website Owner; :05]
[SUPER=01-Ann Beeson/ACLU; :30]
[SUPER=01-Donna Rice Hughes/COPA Commission; 1:02]
[SUPER=01-Marti Johnson/Reporting; 1:18]
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((MITCH TEPPER OPERATES A COMMERCIAL WEBSITE CALLED SEXUALHEALTH.COM.

(((SOT---Tepper)))

"My site is not pornography, it is sexual education, but that sexual education is explicit and descriptive."
AND TOO EASY FOR KIDS TO ACCESS ACCORDING TO THE CHILD ONLINE PROTECTION ACT. UNDER THE COPA ACT, SITES LIKE THIS WITH CONTENT THAT A COMMUNITY THINKS COULD HARM A CHILD, MUST POST WALLS, OR SCREEN THE MATERIALS TO PROTECT MINOR INTERNET USERS. BUT THE ACLU ARGUES THE LAW IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

(((SOT---Beeson)))

"Under any standard, it would require webspeakers who have a right to communicate material that is protected for adults to put up screens that would deter their users and do it under threat of criminal penalty."
THE ACLU ALSO ARGUES SCREENS WOULD BE EXPENSIVE FOR WEBSITES, LIKE ONLINE MAGAZINE SALON.COM AND ARTNET.COM. BUT THE GOVERNMENT ARGUES WITHOUT SCREENS, MINORS SURF INTO ONLINE SMUT WITHOUT WARNING. AND SINCE COMMERCIAL SITES ALREADY REQUIRE ADULT USERS TO PROVIDE CREDIT CARD NUMBERS, THOSE WHO HELPED DRAFT THE LAW SAY THE SCREENS ALREADY EXIST.

(((SOT---Hughes)))

"It's certainly not a burden to commercial pornographers because they already have those mechanisms in place, why, because they're already selling commercial."
HUGHES ADMITS EVEN IF AMERICAN WEBSITES ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE, WITH 28 THOUSAND WEBSITES MANY BASED ABROAD, CHILDREN'S EXPOSURE TO ONLINE SMUT WON'T END.

(((STANDUP---Johnson)))

"That's why even if the court finds for the government, internet watchers say parents will still have to keep an eye on what children find, surfing the World Wide Web. In Washington, Marti Johnson."))

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It's time for our two minute ticker.
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Wednesday always means Hometown Hoops Weekly. William Fleming, Northside, Radford, Altavista and Glenvar will compete in the group A and 2A state semifinals this Friday. Steve Mason is here with the story of a final four coach who has interesting ways of getting ready for games.
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[SUPER=01-Jim Robinson/Northside Girls Basketball Coach; :45]
[SUPER=01-Jessica Wilkerson/Northside Senior Guard; :51]
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[OUT Q=.....PINNACLE BOARDS COME UP AND MUSIC COMES UP...LET THIS RUN UNTIL 2:02!!!!]
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((NORTHSIDE HEAD COACH JIM ROBINSON IS IN HIS FIFTH YEAR AS HEAD COACH. HIS VIKINGS WERE THE DOUBLE A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RUNNER UPS LAST YEAR AND THIS YEAR HE HAS THEM BACK IN THE FINAL FOUR. WHAT'S HIS SECRET? WOULD YOU BELIEVE PART OF HIS SUCCESS CAN BE TRACED TO A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT THOUSANDS OF YEARS OLD AND AFTERNOON MATINEES.))
((Every coach has his own way of preparing for a game. Coach Rob goes to the movies on game day. ((NAT SOUND))
Robinson is a movie fanatic. ((NAT SOUND:)) On game day he's been known to take in a triple header and he goes to the movies two to three times a week. ((JIM ROBINSON:)) His players are quite aware of his obsession with the big screen, in fact, the relaxed, calm feeling he gets from movies comes in handy in pre game. ((:)) ((:)) ((NAT SOUND))
If he can't find a movie, Coach Rob breaks out his hammered Dulcimer to calm his nerves. The 52 year old has been playing the instrument for three years. ((:))
Robinson knows a hundred songs and played at his youngest daughters wedding. He is self taught and can often be found playing at open mics. ((:)) Now lets take a look at the Hometown Hoops Weekly state final four match ups for this Friday at the Salem Civic center.))

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A happy ending tonight for the owners of a Roanoke County business.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; ]

Over the weekend-- someone stole the eight foot inflatable Santa from the lawn of Paychecks Plus. Mark Harrell has not tracked down the thief but Old Saint Nick will be coming back in time for the holiday. The manager of Lowes near Crossroads Mall heard about Harrell's plight and is giving him a replacement Santa.
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[IN Q=The community is ]
[SUPER=01-Mark Harrell/Paychecks Plus; ]

((THE COMMUNITY IS REALLY BEHIND OUR LOST SANTA, ROANOKE'S LOST SANTA, IT'S NOT JUST MINE ANYMORE.))
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[OUT Q=not just mine anymore.]
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Harrell is still offering a 500- dollar reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever stole Old Saint Nick.
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