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Today on News 7 at 5, three to four hundred workers in our region are losing their jobs. We'll have the details.
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and authorities in Henry County arrest a suspect in Monday's murder of a 72 year old man. [Weather-Head]
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Plenty of clouds but not much liquid is hitting the ground. We will check on the full weekend forecast in a moment.

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Also today, two of country music's biggest names add another member to their family,
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and we'll see how American's across the country are remembering the events of December 7th, 1941.
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Between three and four hundred workers at Lynchburg's S-C-I Systems plant are out of a job today- victims of a downturn in the cellphone communications market.
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S-C-I took over Ericsson's cell-phone infrastructure business last year... It employs about 12-hundred people at the Candlers Mountain Road facility.
A corporate spokesman says the layoffs include both salaried and hourly workers, and that more than half of them volunteered to take the company's severance package.
S-C-I says a reduced demand for cell phone base systems forced the reduction in the workforce.
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The latest unemployment numbers are not good.. Analysts say they seem to cast doubt that an economic rebound is
under way.
The jobless rate rose to five-point-seven percent- the highest level in six years.
331-thousand jobs were trimmed from payrolls in November.
That's on top of an October decline of 468-thousand-
The government says nearly every major industry lost jobs.

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One of the largest employers in Clifton Forge will shut down next week.
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130 people will be losing their jobs when Telegate U-S-A closes Wednesday.
City officials have been searching for a new employer to move into the building.
So far, 12 different companies have expressed interest.
Next week, information on the building will be listed on the state's sites and buildings database, which is available to companies around the world.
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The call center handles directory assistance requests for both A-T-and-T and Verizon Wireless.
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Authorities in Henry County have charged a suspect with the murder of a 72 year old man earlier this week.
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29-year old Quentin Wayne Hairston of Martinsville is accused of the robbery and capital murder of Ralph Alvin Hubbard.
Hubbard's body was found on the side of the road across from Clearview Elementary School Monday night.
His pickup truck was found in another location 20 minutes later burning in a ravine.
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Hairston is being held without bond at the Henry County jail.

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The last Taliban stronghold has surrendered.... but their leader Mullah Mohammed Omar has disappeared.
Jim Acosta now from Washington with more.
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((THE SURRENDER OF KANDAHAR IS SETTING THE STAGE FOR THE NEXT MISSION FOR U.S. AND OPPOSITION FORCES IN SOUTHERN AFGHANISTAN -- THAT IS FINDING THE TALIBAN'S (TALI-BAHN) LEADER MULLAH MOHAMMED OMAR. GENERAL TOMMY FRANKS/U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND: ``We simply do not know where he is right now but that does not lead me to believe he has vanished.'' ENDANGERING THE MANHUNT ARE TALIBAN FIGHTERS WHO TOOK THEIR WEAPONS WITH THEM WHEN THEY ABANDONED KANDAHAR. SO THE U-S IS WORKING WITH ANTI-TALIBAN ALLIES TO ROUND THEM UP. GENERAL TOMMY FRANKS. "In the last 24 hours, they've been involved in several, air to ground and ground-to ground..."
IN EASTERN AFGHANISTAN AMERICAN JETS BOMBED HIDE-OUTS OF OSAMA BIN LADEN LOYALISTS -- AROUND THE AL QUEDA CAVE COMPOUND TORA BORA. ANTI-TALIBAN COMMANDERS ON THE GROUND ARE CONVINCED BIN LADEN HIMSELF IS IN THE AREA -- AFTER SPOTTING A TALL MAN ON HORSEBACK AND PICKING UP RADIO TRAFFIC ABOUT SOMEONE CALLED "THE SHEIK." MEANWHILE IN GERMANY -- TWO OF THE 13 SOLDIERS WOUNDED BY THAT OFF-TARGET BOMB ARE IN INTENSIVE CARE -- BUT THE REST ARE SAID TO BE WELL ENOUGH TO EAT AND CALLED LOVED ONES. AND C-B-S NEWS HAS OBTAINED THE VIDEO OF FALLEN C-I-A AGENT MICHAEL SPANN QUESTIONING AMERICAN TALIBAN FIGHTER JOHN WALKER. SHORTLY AFTER THE VIDEO WAS RECORDED -- SPANN WAS KILLED IN THAT BLOODY TALIBAN PRISON UPRISING. THE HISTORIC EVENTS IN AFGHANISTAN WERE NOTED BY PRESIDENT BUSH -- WHO VISITED A U-S CARRIER IN NORFOLK TO MARK THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF PEARL HARBOR. PRESIDENT BUSH Just as we were 60 years ago, in a time of war, this great nation will be patient, determined, and relentless in the pursuit of freedom.
COMMANDING GENERAL TOMMY FRANKS DID NOT RULE SENDING THE MARINES INTO KANDAHAR TO FINISH THE JOB.))

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Still to come on the newscast, Joy Sutton will tell us about a new form of birth control that is about to hit the market,
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[VO] But first we will see how Americans are commemorating the 60th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
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Today marks the 60th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
As Manuel Gallegus reports many who came to Hawaii to remember... liken the impact of that day to the recent events of September 11th.
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(( Narr: December 7th is a day survivors of the Pearl harbor attack look forward to - but also one they look back on with a sense of fear and dread.

sot: Ray Hawkins/Survivor.


Narr: It was 7;50 on a Sunday morning when the attack began. Today 60 years later several hundred survivors returned to the harbor and as American fighter jets roared overhead...they paused to remember the more than 23 hundred killed. More than 11,00 sailors remain entombed in the U.S.S. Arizona on the ocean floor.

sot: Admiral Vern Clark/ Chief of Naval Operations.

You altered our nation...part of who we are.
Narr: During the ceremonies there were passing references to the September 11 attacks. There is a feeling here that american's can understand our history through the recent tragedy.
A perspective president Bush offered in his tribute to Pearl Harbor. He was in Virginia with sailors aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise.
Sot President Bush. Each one of you is commissioned by history to face freedom's enemies.
Narr: For many survivors this may be their last time to get together in Hawaii and reflect on the past. Most of them are in their 80's.
Standup: Manuel Gallegus: (to come)))

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England's Prince Edward and his wife Sophie have lost thier first baby-
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The youngest son of Queen Elizabeth the second visited his wife in the hospital today.
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Sophie was flown to the hospital for emergency surgery yesterday for an (ECK-topic) ectopic pregnancy- a potentially dangerous condition where the fetus develops outside the womb.
The 36 year old thanked well wishers and said there will be other chances.
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In Health Check tonight,
There will soon be a new birth control option for women.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will show us how some Roanoke residents are getting their homes ready for the holidays
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A week into December... many homes are already decorated for Christmas.
Now you can check out the inside of some homes....
The Old Southwest Holiday Parlor Tour takes place this weekend to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Highland Park.
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Jacey Birch is at one of those homes now to take us on a preview tour.
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Coming up after this break, country singers Faith Hill and Tim McGraw make a big announcement, and then a little later, we'll tell you why the latest contestant thrown off of Survivor says she had a gut feeling she would be voted out.
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On Wall Street today, stocks fell to selling pressure, with the major market averages all ending the session in the red.
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Country music stars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have a new daughter.
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A spokesman for Hill says she gave birth yesterday to the couple's third baby girl.
She is named Audrey caroline McGraw.
Hill says it's a great way to kick off the holiday season. McGraw says he ``couldn't be happier.''
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Friday ticker.
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The Dazzle hosts the Asheville Altitude in an NBDL match up at the Roanoke Civic Center tonight. Steve Mason checks in with two former ACC stars. Steve.
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((:)) ((Larue finds himself far removed from his three seasons with Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. He has been with Asheville for a week after playing last season in Russia. ((:)) He does have a world championship ring, but on the highlight for him is visting with his old football teammate at Wake Forest and former Salem football star Richard Goodpasture. ((:)) ((:))
Carawell was drafted in the second round by the San Antonio Spurs but now finds himself working on his game in the NBDL. He's one of only two players in Duke history to win four ACC titles and this league, even with low pay, gives him a better shot at the NBA than playing overseas. ((:))
Tip off of tonight's game is set for 7:30. Steve Mason new s 7 sports.))

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Last night, The Roanoke Express beat the Richmond Renegades for the first time this season 3 to nothing. The Express is back in action tomorrow night on the road against Toledo. This marks the second meeting against the Storm this season, and Toledo beat Roanoke 5-3 in the two team's first game back on November 23rd.
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A Virginia Tech football coach has interviewed for a head coaching job in Louisiana. More coming up at six and Jean will be back in a moment.



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The Survivor experience came to a bitter end for contestant, Kelly Goldsmith.
Her Boran tribemates turned on her after a misunderstanding with Lex.
Teri Okita has more.
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((SHOW: Jeff: Kelly, the tribe has spoken.
TRACK: LEX HAD A BULLS-EYE ON BORAN TRIBEMATE, KELLY. HE MISTAKENLY THOUGHT SHE VOTED AGAINST HIM LAST WEEK, AND HIS MISCALCULATION COST HER A POSSIBLE MILLION.
Lex: You know my gut is good.

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SOT: Lex and his damn gut. We heard about it constantly. My gut is

good. I just go with my gut. (EDIT/) Its like, your gut is wrong my friend. Your gut is just wrong. (:10)
SHOW: (48:28) Tom: If his gut feeling aint right, weve done Kelly an injustice, and weve done ourselves an injustice. (:05)
TRACK: 22-YEAR-OLD KELLY SAYS SHE WAS MORE SAD THAN MAD THAT HER ORIGINAL TRIBEMATES VOTED HER OUT.

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I really liked my alliance. I liked Boran. I liked Tom. I liked Kim, and just to have them all, so easily turn on me, it hurt my feelings. (:06)
TRACK: HER RELATIONSHIP WITH LEX NOW COULD BE DESCRIBED AS FRIENDLY BUT STRAINED. WHEN SHE CALLED HIM AFTER THE SHOW THURSDAY, EXPECTING AN APOLOGY, SHE DIDNT GET ONE. BUT, SHE SAYS, SHE KNOWS ITS JUST A GAME.

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Its very political, and it brings out the worst in people. Obviously, Lex, but in the end, were all really good people. (:08)
TRACK: IN HER AUDITION TAPE, KELLY WENT TO A DOWNTOWN BAR DRESSED AS A CHEERLEADER TO SHOW PRODUCERS HER DARING SIDE. SHE WAS SURPRISED TO GET PICKED AND IS READY TO GO AGAIN.

SOT:Kelly:

I would do it right now. If you made me go in this outfit, I would go. I would sleep on the dirt. I would sleep on this floor. I would sleep in the file cabinet, I dont care. I would do it again. I loved it. (:07)

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STANDUP: Right now, Kelly lives in San Diego and works as a behavioral research analyst reading people for a living! But she loves being on t-v and says shed welcome any opportunities in the entertainment industry. Teri Okita, CBS News, New York))
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