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Coming up on News 7-
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A man suspected of being the Green River Killer is under arrest.
It's kind of like Cinderella.. High speed internet service could disappear at midnight for some people.
And how about a date every seven minutes.. We'll tell you about a new way to Meet your match.
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News 7 is next.

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Police call it a big break.. they've arrested this man...
n connection with a serial killer case that dates back to the 1980's.
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49 women in all have been killed in what police call the Green River case.
Tonight they say they have the man who could be the Green River Killer.
Manuel Gallegus has the story from King County, Washington.
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((The Green River killer was blamed for the deaths of 49 Pacific Northwest women in the early 1980's. Friday, two decades later, police announced they had made an arrest in connection with the deaths of FOUR of the women.
Dave Reichert, King County WA Sheriff; This is the most exciting day in my career. Police say they arrested Gary Leon Ridgeway, a truck driver who lives in suburban Seattle. He's being investigated for the deaths of the four women...all found murdered in the Green River in 1982 and 1983. The break in the case, coming from high technology forensics. The Washington state crime lab was able to link ridgeway's dna to three of the 4 victims... Police say the Green River Killer hunted his victims from Seattle's red-light district. Most were prostitutes or runaways. An FBI profiler saying the killer was probably a white man in his 30s or 40s and that he who had issues with women. We have a lot of work to do....to investigate these other cases...responsible for all those. Prosecutors say charges may be filed as early as next week. Manuel Gallegus CBS News.))

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In less than a hour, customers of Cox-At-Home high speed internet service could be out of luck.
A federal bankruptcy court judge ruled today the network could shut down at midnight.
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If that happens, Cox customers will have to temporarily use Juno dial-up service.
Customers with Macintosh computers will be re-imbursed $21.95 a month for dial-up service since Juno doesn't support macs.
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A Cox spokeperson says the company's still negotiating with "At Home" and feels confident the service will not shut down tonight.
Cox will launch its own high-speed network within the next two weeks.
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A Charlotte County Muslim, suspected of being part of a terrorist cell, has been found guilty of federal charges of illegally trying to obtain a gun.
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Prosecutors say 44-year-old Vincente Rafael Pierre used his common law wife Traci Upshur to obtain a .45 caliber handgun in March of 1999.
Pierre cannot own a gun because he's a convicted felon... the couple were convicted on 9 of 10 counts today in federal court.
Prosecutors say the charges were relatively minor compared to what they were investigating prior to September 11th.
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Pierre is suspected of being part of a terrorist cell known as Al Fuqra (ahl FEU-kra), the group believed to be responsible for the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center.
The woman who helped investigate Pierre for alleged terrorist activities in Colorado in the early '90's says the Al Fuqra threat is still very real.
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((SUSAN FENGER/RETIRED INVESTIGATOR: I SUSPECT HE'S STILL AN ACTIVE MEMBER AND A DANGER TO SOCIETY. THE REASON I SUSPECT THAT IS BECAUSE OF THESE LATEST WEAPONS CHARGES.))
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Pierre and Upshur will be sentenced in April.
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The House of Representatives has approved a big chunk of change to make Interstate 81 safer.
Congressman Bob Goodlatte says 250-thousand dollars will be used to study the possibility of moving freight from tractor trailers to railroads.
One- and a half million will go to James Madison University's Intelligent Transportation System.
That manages traffic flow and informs drivers about potential problems.

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Roanoke kicked off the holiday season with a flip of the switch tonight.
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Several hundred people turned out for the annual tree lighting ceremony in First Union Plaza.
The tree is a 35-foot tall spruce donated by a local couple.
The ceremony ended with performances by several area choirs.
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Lexington welcomed the holidays with candles, carols and a Christmas tree.
Folks gathered in Hopkins Green for the special ceremony.
The festivities will continue through the weekend and include a parade tomorrow evening at 5:30.
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[Vigil]


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Fans came out tonight in New York city to mourn Beatle, George Harrison.
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People have been coming to the Strawberry Fields in Central Park all day .. and they are there tonight- singing.. crying... and rembebering.
Harrison died last night in California.. after a battle with cancer.
Mark Phillips has more more on the life of George Harrison.
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((There's a Beatles' song for just about every occasion. People singing; 'I heard the news today, Oh boy...' And today the news was bad. They gathered at the John Lennon memorial in New York to mark the death of another Beatle. And then there were two. George Harrison's death -- unlike Lennon's -- was neither sudden nor violent nor shocking. His religious conviction he had said -- expressed in his first solo hit single -- had prepared him for death. Of all the Beatles, George Harrison hadn't been the brash one, or the cute one, or the funny one. He'd been the thoughtful one, seeking not fame, but answers. Harrison: THE PURPOSE OF LIFE IS TO FIND OUT WHO AM I. WHY AM I HERE, AND WHERE AM I GOING? THAT'S WHAT WE NEED ANSWERING And Harrison, as his friends knew, had found those answers. PAUL MCCARTNEY: I'M JUST PRIVILEGED TO HAVE KNOWN HIM, AND I LOVE HIM LIKE HE'S MY BROTHER, IT'S A VERY SAD DAY FOR ME AND ALOT OF OTHER PEOPLE. Harrison: 'I want a cigarette' It's had been no secret that George Harrison was dying. The cigarette gags, amusing when he was young, had long since stopped being funny. He had had throat, then lung then brain cancer. And had made only rare public appearances in recent years. Living a reclusive life on the English estate where he was almost killed by a knife wielding attacker two years ago. Yet the man they called the quiet Beatle, the reluctant Beatle, was today being given the credit he is due. HE was the musical backbone of the group, playing the riffs the whole world played air guitar to. HIS was the curiosity that led the group on its journey toward eastern mysticism -- dragging a generation along on its own magical mystery tour. HE was the songwriter of enduring tunes like Something -- that even Sinatra had called the best love song of the past fifty years. If the Beatles provided the soundtrack for a generation, Harrison also provided the theme songs for his own life. Harrison: IT DOESN'T TAKE LONG FROM 17 TO BEING 57, 40 YEARS JUST GOES LIKE THAT. George Harrison never saw himself as more than he was, a working class rocker from Liverpool who was good enough and lucky enough to become famous. And now mourned around the world. More than guitars are gently weeping today. MARK PHILIPS CBS News London.))
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He's one of the most hated men on the planet... he may also be Time's Man of the Year.
Find out why next on News 7.
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And less than a year after taking the helm of the Republican Party... Jim Gilmore's giving it up.
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U-S forces are gearing up for more assaults in Afghanistan.
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At a desert base outside the last Taliban stronghold of Kandahar, 1-thousand marines, plus a team of navy seals, are preparing for what comes next.
While today, this word from the defense secretary.
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((DONALD RUMSFELD/SECRETARY OF DEFENSE; AND LET THERE BE NO DOUBT. THERE WILL BE FURTHER CASUALTIES IN THIS CAMPAIGN, IN AFGHANISTAN AND ELSEWHERE. WE MAY HAVE TROOPS CAPTURED OR KILLED.))
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Tribal leaders say they've captured 80 Taliban fighters.... and negotiations are going on between the opposition forces and the Taliban for the surrender of leader Mullah Mohammad Omar.
Rumsfeld.. says the U-S will not provide him safe passage.
Today Marines raised an American flag that once flew over the World Trade Center.
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Osama bin Laden could follow in the footsteps of Adolph Hitler and Joseph Stalin.
Time magazine confirms the terrorist mastermind is in consideration for its "person of the year"
The recognition is given to the person who had the most impact on the news... and has nothing to do with moral value.
The final choice will be announced in three weeks.

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An accident this evening in Roanoke County sent one person to the hospital.
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It happened just after seven on Harborwood Road near Green Hill Park.
State Police say the driver of this red explorer attempted to make a left onto Terrace Drive when a green mustang hit the car on the passenger side.
The passenger, Janice Oliver, was flown to Roanoke Memorial hospital.
The driver of the explorer will face charges.
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Governor Jim Gilmore has said for weeks that he would stay on as Republican National Committee chairman for another year, after he leaves the governor's office in January.
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Today, Gilmore announced he would be resigning January 16th.
Gilmore told the RNC staff in Washington, and then talked with reporters tonight in Richmond.
He says the decision was his alone -- after realizing his family "pays a price" when he is gone so much.
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Publicly, the President said he was sorry to see Gilmore go.
But sources told the Associated Press the White House had grown dissatisfied with Gilmore's performance at the RNC.

The election was one issue, they said, but was not as significant as the friction between his camp and Bush allies at the RNC and the White House.
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Their bomber crashed more than 50 years ago. Tonight their relatives are preparing to attend their funerals.
More on a detective story that stretched from the jungle of New Guinea to Southside Virginia when News 7 returns.

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And Life's no beach for this former Baywatch Star...
Find out why she's in court next.
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A former Baywatch actress will now be under watch by the court system.
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Yasmine Bleeth pleaded guilty to cocaine possesion and driving while impaired today.
She'll serve two years of probation including regular drug testing.
Officers found what they suspected was cocaine in her purse while they investigated a car accident in September near the Detroit Airport.
They say charges also resulted from a search of her hotel room.
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His only chance at life was a self contained artificial heart- so he went for it- the first ever to receive one.
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Doctors thought the device would extend Robert Tools life 30 days.
Today, nearly five months after receiving the heart, Tools lost his life.
Doctors say he suffered abdominal bleeding and complete organ failure. Tools was 59 years old.
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The remains of a World War Two bomber crew are home after over 55-years.
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In 19-44, a B-24 Liberator carrying 10-men went down in bad weather in New Guinea. Patrick County resident Cora Grace Foley remembers when her family got the news about her brother Staff Sergeant Joel G. Williams. She'll attend a memorial service next week at Arlington National Cemetery.
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Williams worked as the plane's engineer. The bomber was first spotted in 19-89. It took investigators 10-years and DNA evidence to identify the remains. 2nd Lieutenant George Ellison of Danville was also in the bomber crew.
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Highlights of the Cougars game against Marion and girls final four action,
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but first our extra point. The NASCAR awards banquet took place in New York tonight and the highlight had to be Garth Brooks. He sang one of his biggest hits, "the dance" in honor of Dale Earnhardt, now arguably the most popular driver ever. Many of the guests, including Earnhardt's son Dale Junior appeared somber during the song. Michael Waltrip fought back tears. Dale's widow Teresa then spoke on Dale's behalf.
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The Pulaski County Cougars are headed to the division four state championship in their first year as a Group Two A member. Tonight the Cougars beat Marion in the semi-finals 31-to-20.
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The Cougars and Canes moved their game to tonight to avoid any conflicts with tomorrow's Tech-Miami contest. And in the first half it was no-contest! Jeremy Porter ripped off this 36 yard touchdown right up the middle and the Cougars found themselves in front 7-to-nothing in the first quarter. The Cougars could do no wrong in the opening half as Josh Calfee scores from the 10 yard line at the end of the second quarter to make it a 31-to-6 Pulaski lead at the break. But Marion and big fullback Marshall Doss would mount a second half comeback as they cut the lead to 31-to-20 in the fourth.
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But that's it. Pulaski moves on to next Saturday's title game at Liberty University with the 31-to-20 win.
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The double A girls basketball fibal four tipped off at the Salem Civic Center tonight. lets begin with William Fleming and Charlottesville.
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The Colonels came out motivated thanks to coach Cynthia Brown's pep talk.
Fleming's Sheena Sullivan makes the pass inside to super soph forward Kadeja Whittington who socres underneath.
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isses but Deatrice Luck grabs the board and scores, 10-7 Fleming trails.
Then, Aneshia Rasheed dishes to Whittington, she is get the deuce and Charlottesville advances to the state title game with the 48-to-41 win.
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IN the other semifinal, Northside took on King George.
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Vikings coach Jim Robinson took in a few movies and then talked to his team.
Tied 21 at the half, we pick it up in the third, Northside's Meghan Myers get the steal and goes in for the nice lay up, 35-27 Vikings out in front.
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ng George/38;]pointer cuts the lead to 6.
But Northside's Jessica Wilkerson is gonna get the ball to Corri Fertitta. She uses the glass for the bucket and Northside advances to the state championship with the 52 to 38 win and meets Charlottesville tomorrow.
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The Group A state semifinals also tipped off today, we start with Glenvar and Altavista.
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Glenvar coach Bryan Harvey going over some final X's and O's.
The Highlanders Allison Fasnacht weaves her way through the defense and the hits the jumper to make it 41-39 Glenvar.
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Altavista's Taylor Frazier then shows off her ball handling skills, going down the left side and scoring on the layup.
But Glenvar reaches the state championship game. Sarah Frazier dishes to Fashnacht, she scores and the Highlanders win 64-54.
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In the first single A final four, Goochland battled Radford. The Bobcats get things going right here when Casey Lewis passes to Sydni Day and she makes good on the lay up.
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Day would score 25 points on the afternoon, here she connects again on the easy bucket and the Bobcats dominate Goochland 57-to-36 and will meet Glenvar in an all three rivers district state championship.
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Now the floor at the Richmond Coliseum was unplayable due to condensation on the court as a result of the Richmond Renegades ice underneath it.
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Oddly enough, it seemed the Express was having ice related problems as well tonight as the team battled Trenton.
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The ice in certain areas was not freezing completed and their were small puddles in several places, but play went on.
The Express would get some hot goaltending from Daniel Berthiaume, Bert was a wall early, making save after save.

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Roanoke gets on the board first, on a power play goal at the 13:40 mark of the opening period. Vern Fiddler with the assists to Rick Kowalsky.
But Trenton scores the next two goals on power plays. Scott Bertoli find the back of the net and Trenton goes on to win it 4-2.
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22 Tech seniors will try and make a lasting impression tomorrow's when the Hokies and the number one ranked Miami Hurricanes kick it off at Lane Stadium. Mike Stevens has more.
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The Virginia Cavaliers will try to close out the season with a win. The wahoos battle serging Penn State at Scott Stadium in a noon kick off. A win and UVa finises it's final three games with a 2 and 1 record.

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If you've ever had someone pick you up for a date and just minutes later you were looking for a way out, Denver may have something for you.
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[VO-NAT 15:44:45]
[SUPER=03-Denver, CO;]

It's the Date-A-Thon. Seven introductions... To seven different people... For seven minutes each. And anyone looking for love can participate. Sound interesting? Well, one Denver resident says it's just the change from the dating game that he needs.
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[SOT 15:45:45]
[IN Q=The bar scene]

((THE BAR SCENE... PEOPLE ARE KIND OF UP TIGHT AND IT'S KIND OF A GAME. I NOTICED WHEN PEOPLE CAME HERE, THEY'RE MORE OPEN TO MEET PEOPLE, SO THEY KIND OF REVEAL THEIR PERSONALITIES TO YOU.")) [NO SUPERS]
[RUNS=10]
[OUT Q=personalities to you.]
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[VO-NAT]

A bell sounds when your time is up and the Ring Announcer and a Round Girl move you on to the next contestant. (------------)