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A gunman goes on a shooting rampage at an Indiana factory... as many as 30 people may have been shot.
And why one school won't let a senior put her picture in the yearbook. [Weather-Head]
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Warm again but changes are on the way as a cold front slides through the region. Details coming up.

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Also today, a member of the England's Royal family is rushed to emergency surgery,
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and new D-N-A tests suggest the man thought to be the Boston Strangler may have been innocent.
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Police in Indiana believe a man who was about to lose his job may have shot as more than 30 of his co-workers.
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The mass shooting happened at a Goshen Indiana Factory.
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The city's mayor says about 30 people may have been shot at the Nu-Wood factory, but there is no word if anyone was killed.
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A local hospital is on alert and preparing for multiple patients.
Police are now scouring the area, looking for the gunman. Workers described him as someone who was recently fired or was about to be fired.
Witnesses say the shooter was using an automatic weapon.
But emergency workers say some of the injured suffered shotgun wounds.
The plant is surrounded by police. They believe the gunman may still be holed up inside.
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A witness says people are now emerging from the factory in Goshen, Indiana where today's mass shooting took place. He says one victim was carried out on a stretcher, covered with a sheet.

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In Afghanistan, word that the Taliban is preparing to surrender Kandahar-
and bombing intensifies where it's believed Osama bin laden is hiding.
Aleen Sirgany brings us up to date...
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[SUPER=01-Donald Rumsfeld/Defense Secretary;]
[Super=01-Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef/Former Taliban Ambassador to Pakistan;]
[Super=01-Gen. Peter Pace/Joint Chiefs of Staff Vice-Chair.;]
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((TALIBAN TROOPS MAY NOT FIGHT TO THEIR DEATHS, AS THEY ONCE PROMISED. THE HEAD OF AFGHANISTANS NEW INTERIM GOVERNMENT SAYS TALIBAN LEADER MULLAH MOHAMMED OMAR HAS AGREED TO GIVE UP KANDAHAR.. THEIR LAST STRONGHOLD. THE SURRENDER IS SET TO TAKE PLACE TOMORROW BUT DEFENSE SECRETARY DONALD RUMSFELD SAYS THE U.S CANT AFFORD TO LET ITS GUARD DOWN. DONALD RUMSFELD/DEFENSE SECRETARY I would think it would be premature to suggest that once Kandahar surrenders that, therefore, we kind of relax and say, "Well, that takes care of that," because it doesn't. There are still a lot of senior Al Qaeda and senior Taliban people left. AND RUMSFELD SAYS THE U-S WILL ABSOLUTELY NOT ACCEPT A SURRENDER THAT ALLOWS MULLAH OMAR TO REMAIN FREE. OMAR HAS REPORTEDLY SAID HE WILL SURRENDER TO TRIBAL FORCES ONLY IF THEY CAN GUARANTEE HIS PROTECTION. BUT THE TALIBAN SAYS THEIR LEADER IS SURRENDERING FOR ONE REASON: MULLAH ABDUL SALAM ZAEEF, THE FORMER TALIBAN AMBASSADOR TO PAKISTAN To save the life and protect the dignity of the people of Kandahar city and others. THE HEAVIEST BOMBINGS ARE NOW FAR FROM KANDAHAR. U-S WARPLANES ARE HEADING TO THE EAST WHERE OSAMA BIN LADEN IS BELIEVED TO BE HIDING SOMEWHERE IN THE RUGGED MOUTAIN COMPLEX OF TORA BORA. THEY B-52 BOMBERS ARE BACKING THOUSANDS OF ANTI-TALBAN FORCES ON THE GROUND WHO CLAIM TO HAVE CAPTURED SOME OF THE HILLS, AND KILLED MORE THAN 20 FIGHTERS LOYAL TO BIN LADEN.
GEN. PETER PACE/vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff We're able to provide them the air support that they can help direct because they're able to see the caves that are active, they can see the caves that are not. Aleen Sirgany: U.S. BASED THREATENDED.. THE SOLDIERS FIRED MORTAR ROUNDS AND TOOK UP DEFENSIVE POSITIONS. THE THREAT HAS NOT BEEN IDENTIFIED. Aleen Sirgany, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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While the investigation continues into a deadly school bus accident.... Roanoke City School officials say the bus driver had a good driving record.
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75 year old Lawrence Thomas Saxton was struck by the bus when he crossed the street yesterday.
He died from his injuries last night. School officials say the bus driver -- 84 year old Olin Glidden, has driven for the city for 14 years.
As a school bus driver, he was required to pass a physical every year, and be re-certified every 5 years.
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((HE HAD A GREAT RECORD AND HE'S A GOOD PERSON.AT THIS POINT OUR SORROW GOES OUT TO THE FAMILY OF THE PERSON WHO WAS INVOLVED ))
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School officials say Glidden did not return to work today. But they expect he will continue to drive the same route.


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Word today Volvo's New River Valley truck plant will end a long term relationship with a hauling company...meaning more layoffs for local residents.
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"Hook-up" hauls Volvo's new trucks to North American dealers. Local Teamsters President Jimmy Sherwood says the truck dealer informed employees their services will no longer be needed. Hook-up has about 70-active employees. More than one-hundred others had already been laid off.
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((JIMMY SHERWOOD/TEAMSTERS LOCAL 171 PRESIDENT; WE UNDERSTAND THAT A BID HAS BEEN AWARDED TO SOME COMPANY WE DO NOT KNOW WHO BUT WE'RE SURE THAT'S ITS NOT A UNION COMPANY WE KNOW, WE UNDERSTAND ITS FROM OUT OF STATE, WILL COME OUT THERE AND DO THAT WORK.))
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Sherwood says Hook-up will continue to haul trucks from the Dublin plant until January 31st. According to Sherwood, Volvo says the change is to save money.
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Officials with Volvo say no final decision has been made, but they are searching for ways to control and reduce costs.

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A Botetourt County high school student managed to produce somewhere between two and four thousand dollars in counterfeit 20-dollar bills.
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The fake bills were scanned by computer and distributed widely enough that at least one turned up in circulation in Ohio. The Botetourt student had allegedly given the bogus bills to his friends. It came to light in mid-October when a McDonald's employee alerted sheriff's deputies.
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((THE LADY SAID SOMEONE HAD DRIVEN THROUGH, PAID WITH BOGUS $20. ONE OF OUR OFFICERS WENT OUT THERE AND GOT IT. THE LADY THOUGHT SHE RECOGNIZED THE BOY AS A LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT.))
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There are also indications the boys involved were producing fake I-D's. They'll be tried as juveniles next year.
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D-N-A tests are adding doubt whether Albert DeSalvo was in fact the murderer known as the Boston Strangler.
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The tests show that DeSalvo may not have been the killer of a woman who was believed to be a victim of the 1960's serial killer.
An expert at George Washington University said today tests on evidence from the woman's body and from DeSalvo don't match.
The Boston Strangler struck between 1962 and 1964, sexually assaulting and killing eleven Boston-area women.
DeSalvo confessed, but later recanted. He was serving a sentence for rape when he was killed in custody.
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DeSalvo was never charged in the strangler killings.
His family believes he confessed to make money on book and movie deals. [(toss to R)]
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Still to come on the newscast, a member of Britain's Royal family is hospitalized. We will have the details.
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[VO] Also a local woman shares her memories of December 7, 1941 as the Japanese pilots flew over her neighborhood on the way to bomb Pearl Harbor.
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Tomorrow marks the anniversary of Pearl Harbor. Some of those who survived say the events of September 11th have brought renewed understanding of what the nation went through sixty years ago. Manuel Gallegus has more.
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(( AT THE PEARL HARBOR MEMORIAL, THE SURVIVORS OF THE ATTACK WHO RETURN TO THE SITE ARE ALWAYS TREATED WITH RESPECT BY YOUNGER VISITORS.

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BUT THIS YEARS 6OTH ANNIVERSARY OF PEARL HARBOR HOLDS EVEN GREATER MEANING IN THE AFTERMATH OF SEPTEMBER 11TH. SURVIVORS THINK THAT NEW GENERATIONS OF AMERICANS CAN NOW UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY WENT THROUGH.

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When this 9/11 new york thing came down it rekindled all those emotions again, just set em on fire.
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THE SAILORS ADMIT THAT BEFORE DECEMBER 7TH, 1941, THEY WERE COMPLACENTAMERICANS NEVER IMAGINED THEY COULD BE HIT SO HARD IN THEIR OWN BACKYARD.

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who would have thought anybody would comeespecially undetected?
LOOKING BACK, THE VICTIMS OF THE 9/11 ATTACKS NOW THINK WE TOO WERE OVER CONFIDENT.
AS A GOODWILL GESTURE, HAWAIIS GOVERNOR INVITED HUNDREDS OF NEW YORK FIREFIGHTERS, POLICE OFFICERS AND VICTIMS FAMILIES TO TOUR THE PEARL HARBOR SITE-TO GET SOME PERSPECTIVE-- BY VIEWING THE WRECKAGE OF THE U.S.S. ARIZONA, IN WHICH 1100 SAILORS ARE ENTOMBED
A SOBERING EXPERIENCE FOR FIREFIGHTER BOB JACKSON WHO JUST ATTENDED HIS 15TH FUNERAL.

-SOT- BOB JACKSON, NEW YORK FIREFIGHTER


were in paradise, but Im not happy. Ill smile, but inside, Im still hurtin.
FOR SURVIVORS, THAT HURT NEVER GOES AWAY(EVEN SIXTY YEARS LATER.)

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its a touching place to be, youve got tears in your eyes half the time.
-STAND-UP- THE MOTTO OF THE PEARL HARBORS SURVIVORS HAS ALWAYS BEEN NEVER FORGET, AND KEEP AMERICA ALERT. IT IS A LESSON SURVIVORS FROM BOTH ATTACKS WOULD LIKE ALL AMERICANS TO REMEMBER. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS, HONOLULU.))

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A local woman who grew up in Hawaii has her own memories about the attack.
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At the time, 70 year old Elsie Horsley was ten years old living in Honolulu just a few miles away from Pearl Harbor.


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She was playing baseball with friends when the first planes started flying overhead. She remembers the attack, and the aftermath of the bombings.
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((ELSIE HORSLEY/PEARL HARBOR SURVIVOR; WE WERE REALLY, REALLY SCARED BUT WE ALL SAT AFTER WE GOT DONE WHAT MY MOM SAID.
WE SAT NEXT TO THE RADIO AND LISTENED TO EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING THAT WAS GOING ON AND WE REALLY THOUGHT WE WERE GOING TO BE BOMBED OUT OF HONOLULU.))
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Today, Horsley lives in Roanoke, and travels to Hawaii to visit family members at least once a year.
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The terrorist attacks on September 11th have left some people afraid to fly.
But as one psychologist tells Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton people can calm their fears so they don't disrupt their holiday plans.
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(( If you have a fear of flying --Psychologist Louis Perrott says it's perfectly normal considering the images many of us have watched time and again of the planes crashing into the World Trade Center.
But he says you don't have to let that fear keep you grounded --you can calm that fear --by changing your thoughts.
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INKING FEED THE FEARS AND IF YOU FEED THE FEARS THEY TEND TO GROW IN SIZE AND INTENSITY))
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Doctor Perrott says there are several ways to get over the fear.
First expect the fear --if you expect that when you get to airport you're going to be fearful it puts you in a better position to deal with it.
Second - avoid dwelling on negative thoughts. If you start to do this distract yourself by reading or focusing on pleasant memories.
Thirdly --find ways to relax your body.
For children -- parents can make the difference in helping to calm their fears about flying.
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((WHAT HELPS WITH PARENTS IS SOME GENTLE REASSURANCE .CERTAINLY IF THE PARENTS ARE GOING ALONG THAT BY ITSELF IS REASSURING. MOMMY ,DADDY WE'RE GOING TO BE RIGHT HERE WITH YOU IT'S OK --NORMALIZE THE FEAR))
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But if your fear is actually a phobia -- Perrott recommends getting professional help.
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((FEARS ARE MORE THINKING EVENTS THAT TRIGGER STRONG EMOTIONS --THE PHOBIA COMES IN WHEN ONE GETS INTO AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR --MEANING I'M AFRAID OF FLYING I'M NOT GOING TO PLAN A TRIP , I'M NOT GOING TO BUY A TICKET))
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But if you decided that air travel is the way to go -remember fear is normal -- but it doesn't have to keep you from traveling this holiday season.
Joy Sutton, News 7.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, the Grand Marshall of the Buena Vista Christmas Parade will join us for a live report.
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Buena Vista is not giving in to the warm weather, the Christmas Parade will step off as scheduled tonight at 7:00pm.
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Patrick Evans will serve as the Grand Marshal in tonight's parade, which raises the quesion, "How many people did they ask before they got to you?"
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Coming up today in Sports, Teresa Earnhardt passes the torch,
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and we will tell you why a teenagers pet rat is keeping her out of her high school yearbook.
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The wife of England's Prince Edward is hospitalized...
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Buckingham Palace says the 36 year old Countess was airlifted to a hospital for emergency surgery.
A british news agendy report says Sophie had surgery for an ectopic (ECK-topic) pregnancy. There had been no announcement that she was pregant.
The report also says Sophie is now resting comfortably following surgery.
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On Wall Street today, stock prices drifted for much of the day amid disappointing sales reports from the nation's retailers.
Alexis Christoforous reports.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Thursday ticker which stars on the ice.
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The Roanoke Express is at home tonight for a battle with cross state rival Richmond in a key Northeast Division match up.
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Of all the teams the Express has played this season there are only three teams Roanoke is winless against and the Renegades are in that category.
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((PERRY FLORIO/EXPRESS HEAD COACH:IT SEEMS THAT EVERYTIME THAT WE PLAY THERE IS A LITTLE SOMETHING EXTRA BECAUSE THEY ARE SO CLOSE. BUT I DO NOT LOOK AT IT LIKE WE HAVE NOT BEATEN THEM YET WE'VE PLAYED WELL, RIGHT DOWN TO THE WIRE, WE JUST DIDN'T GET THE TIMELY GOALS. SO A LOT OF POSITIVES TO BUILD ON, I MEAN, THEY'RE A GOOD TEAM, IT'S NOT LIKE THEY ARE SLOUCHES AND WE CAN'T BEAT THEM, THEY'RE A HECK OF A HOCKEY TEAM. WE'LL BE FINE, WE'LL BE FINE AGAINST RICHMOND.))
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While commissioner Bud Selig is meeting with the House Judiciary Committee dealing with baseball's operating loss, the business of baseball continues.
The world in New york is that Jason Giambi will wear the Yankee pin stripes next season.
Giambi has apparently agreed to a 7 year 128 million dollar contract with the Yankees. Oakland, Giambi's team since he came into the Majors in 1995 have made on comment.
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Meantime, Free agent outfielder Brady Anderson has signed a one year deal with Cleveland. Anderson was released by the Baltimore Orioles after 14 years.
Anderson's deal with the tribe has club options for 2003 and 2004. He will be reunited with former teammates Eddie Murray and second baseman Roberto Alomar.
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The Olympic torch is on its way to the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics.
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In North Carolina, Teresa Earnhardt, Widow of the Late racing super star Dale Earnhardt, carried the torch through Charlotte last night. Dale Earnhardt Junior joined Teresa the torch is making a cross country trek to its resting place Salt City Utah the site for the 2002 Winter Olympics.
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The Roanoke Express returns to the Roundhouse tonight more on that coming up at six and Jean will be back in a moment.


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One high school senior might be saying "Rats" in response to her principal's decision.
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You see Sarah Ball loves Rats.... so much that she posed with her pet rat for her yearbook photo.
Only thing is the principal won't allow it in the yearbook.
Ball says she just doesn't understand.
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((SARAH BALL/SENIOR: BECAUSE I ALWAYS REMEMBERED BY.. THE GIRL WITH THE RED HAIR.. THE GIRL WHO LIKES RATS.))
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The Principal says the pictures are supposed to show integrity and dignity.. He says animals have never been in the pictures- and the rat is no exception.
The School has offered to pay for re-takes of Ball's senior picture.
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