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Today on news 7 at 5, two people were stabbed today outside a Roanoke restaurant. We will have the details.
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Also tuition at state university's could be going up for the first time in recent years. [Weather-Head]
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A cold front brings a strong blast of wind later tonight and tomorrow. Clear skies dominate the weekend forecast. Details just ahead.

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Also today, a local veterinarian has some good advice on travelling with your pet this holiday season,
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and if you've always wanted to buy one of these sports cars, you better hurry. They'll be gone soon.
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The hunt for bin laden now includes a larger area.
It's now believed many of his Al Queda fighters have fled the mountains of Tora Bora- and perhaps he is among thme.
Today the first person charged in the September 11th attacks has arrived in Virginia.... where he'll go on trial.
Teri Okita is following all the angles. She joins us live from Washington with the latest.
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(( THE FIRST MAN TO BE CHARGED IN THE SEPTEMBER 11TH ATTACK .Zacarias Moussaoui HAS ARRIVED IN ALEXANDRIA VIRGINA...WHERE HIS TRIAL WILL TAKE PLACE. AT A BRIEF COURT APPEARANCE.. HE WAS READ THE CHARGES AGAINST HIM. They include conspiring to commit acts of terrorism, aircraft piracy, and murder. IN AFGHANISTAN.. ABOUT 15 CAPTURED AL-QAEDA FIGHTERS ARE NOW BEING HELD AT THE KANDAHAR AIRPORT IN A NEWLY BUILT DETENTION CENTER. THE PRISONERS ARRIVED OVERNIGHT... TO BE INTERROGATED BY F-B-I AGENTS...LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE WHEREABOUTS OF OSAMA BIN LADEN AND MULLAH OMAR. TOM KNOWLES/F-B-I AGENT "WE'RE STILL TRYING TO DECIDE WHO WE WANT TO TALK TO, WHO'S GOT INFORMATION AND WE'VE GOT TO FIGURE OUT HOW WE WORK BY OUR LAWS OVER HERE UNDER THIS PARTICULAR MATTER."
MEANWHILE.... WITH OSAMA BIN LADEN APPARENTLY LONG GONE FROM THE MOUNTAINS AROUND TORA BORA..... AFGHAN FIGHTERS THERE ARE NO LONGER SEARCHING FOR HIM. AFGHAN FIGHTER.... "HE'S ESCAPED OR MAYBE HE'S DEAD." DONALD RUMSFELD/SECRETARY OF DEFENSE. FURTHER NORTH.... THERE'S PLENTY OF ACTIVITY AT THE BAGRAM AIRPORT. EXPLOSIVE EXPERTS CONTINUE...EVER SO CAREFULLY...TO SEARCH FOR LANDMINES ...WHILE BRITISH COMMANDOS AWAIT THE GO-AHEAD TO TAKE UP POSITIONS IN KABUL. BRITISH FORCES ARE EXPECTED TO LEAD PEACEKEEPING TROOPS IN AFGHANISTAN WHEN INTERIM LEADER HAMID KARZAI TAKES POWER THIS SATURDAY.
HAMID KARZAI/INTERIM LEADER OF AFGHANISTAN "WE ARE A PRAGMATIC PEOPLE...WE REALIZE WE NEED HELP."))


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Two people were stabbed outside a Roanoke restaurant this afternoon.
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Police say 24- year old Corinthia King stabbed her 40- year old mother, Brenda King outside the China Lite restaurant on Melrose Avenue. Police say Corinthia King also stabbed her mother's companion, Jesse Purdue. The victims were taken to the hospital... with multiple stab wounds to the back. Police say the younger King has been charged with two counts of malicious wounding.
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Many people who've lost their jobs recently.... are hoping for some help from Washington.
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President Bush says he hopes that help is coming soon. He says he's convinced a new GOP stimulus package can pass.

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((A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE LOST THEIR JOBS AND DON'T HAVE HEALTH CARE AND THE POEPLE AROUND THIS TABLE SAID 'I WANT TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT' AND THEY PROPOSED A VERY CONSTRUCTIVE REAL PLAN.))
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But not so fast... say Senate Democrats.
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((SEN. TOM DASCHLE/D- MAJORITY LEADER: WE HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO GET AN AGREEMENT AND WE BELIEVE STORNGLY IN THE IMPORTANCE OF REACHING AN AGREEMENT FOR ALL OF THE REASONS YOU'VE ALREADY HEARD THIS MORNING. BUT WE ALSO BELIEVE THAT A BAD DEAL IS WORSE THAN NO DEAL AT ALL.))
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The bill has enough votes to pass the house... but Daschle says not enough to pass the Senate.
The biggest difference in the two plans is health care for unemployed workers.
Ths G-O-P plan calls for a 60 percent tax credit for laid off workers- while the Democrats plan calls for a 75 percent subsidy for policies available already.

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Faced with a one billion dollar hole in the state budget, Governor Jim Gilmore today unveiled his final spending plan aimed at closing the gap.
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Gilmore wants to take more than 450 million dollars from the state's "rainy day fund" and borrow another 600 million from the state transportation fund.
State workers would get at least a two percent pay raise, but the plan also lifts the tuition freeze at state colleges and universities.
Gilmore says he's handing his successor a fiscally responsible and balanced budget.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: WE'RE LEAVING THE HOUSE IN ORDER. THERE IS NO IRREGULARITY OR DIFFICULTY WITH THIS BUDGET, THERE IS NOTHING IN CHAOS HERE, IT IS SIMPLY POLICY CHOICES THAT HAVE BEEN MADE.)) ((GOV.-ELECT MARK WARNER: THERE IS A STRUCTURAL IMBALANCE IN VIRGINIA'S BUDGET AND I BELIEVE TODAY'S PROPOSALS HAVE MADE IT WORSE.))
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Many of Gilmore's proposals came under immediate fire from members of the House and Senate Finance committees.
We'll have more reaction from Richmond on News7 at Six.
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Gilmore is showing his support of the arts by proposing 10-million dollars for the Art Museum of Western Virginia.
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The museum, which currently operates out of Center in the Square, is planning on building a new Roanoke facility and IMAX theater. Governor Gilmore today recommended the money to help the the project along. The funding will be provided in legislation that creates an Education and Economic Development Trust Fund.
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((JENNY TAUBMAN/ART MUSEUM OF WESTERN VIRGINIA: NOW, OF COURSE, WE HAVE TO HOPE AND PRAY THAT THE LEGISLATURE WILL SEE IT THE SAME WAY THE GOVERNOR SAW IT, THE GREAT NEED WE HAVE IN SOUTHWESTERN VIRGINIA FOR AN ART MUSEUM OF THIS CALIBER TO GO UP.))
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The IMAX theater will be the first in the world to be connected to an art museum.
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Virginia Tech is negotiating with the museum to assist in the design of features including virtual reality and communications technology.
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Blacksburg will hold a special election early next month. So far there is only one announced candidate. We'll tell you who it is after the break,
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[VO] and we will see what you can do to make your pet's holiday travels a little easier.
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Delegate Jim Shuler says he wants to go back to Richmond...
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Today, the Democrat officially announced his bid for the 12th District House of Delegates. Last night's special "election win" for Creigh Deeds to the Virginia Senate left the seat open. Shuler represented Blacksburg in Richmond for eight-years before losing to Republican Dave Nutter in November in the re-drawn 7th District.
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((JIM SHULER/(D) 12TH HOUSE DISTRICT CANDIDATE; PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS VERY DISAPPOINTED THAT I WOULD NOT BE REPRESENTING BLACKSBURG YOU KNOW THAT'S WHAT I HEARD THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE CAMPAIGN WHAT YOUR NOT GOING TO BE OUR DELEGATE ANYMORE, AND YOU KNOW WITH THE WAY THINGS HAVE WORKED OUT IT GIVES ME AN OPPORTUNITY TO REALLY RUN AGAIN OUT OF MY HOME BASE.))
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The special election to fill the seat is set for January 8th. The 12th District stretches from Blacksburg to Bath County.
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Republican officials say Larry Linkous and Thomas DeBusk are both interested in running a campaign for the G-O-P.

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If you're planning to travel with your pet this holiday season --there are certain things to keep in mind to help your four-legged friend stay happy and healthy on the trip.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton spoke with a local veterinarian today.
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Jean,
How your animal responds to traveling depends a lot on its personality.
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While some pets won't have any problem --others can get really stressed.
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(( IT'S EMOTIONAL FOR A LOT PETS THAT ARE NOT TO USE TO BEING AWAY FROM HOME.... THAT CAN BE VERY STRESSFUL FOR THEM --CAUSE THEM A LITTLE LOOSE STOOL AND UPSETS THEM PSYCHOLOGICALLY )) [RUNS15]
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Making the trip more enjoyable for your pet --requires a little preparation.
If your major concern is motion sickness -- Veterinarian Linda Jennings recommends limiting food and water before the trip. She says in her opinion dramamine is not effective.
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((THE NOTHING TO EAT AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE --IS REALLY BIG KEY. IF THERE IS NOTHING ON THERE STOMACH HELP A LITTLE BIT WITH THE NAUSEA )) [RUNS10]
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For air travel -- Jennings says it's important to make sure the carrier is padded at the bottom for comfort --and that it is big enough for the animal to stand-up and stretch its legs.
And remember that your pet also needs a check-up -- Airlines require a health certificate for travel.
But if you are driving--make sure your animal is comfortable with riding.
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And Jennings says even though its winter -- be careful when leaving your pet in the car --make sure the window is cracked.
If you're still concerned about traveling with your pet --sedatives are an option. However Jennings says they do have side effects.
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And don't forget your pet might need a little more comforting during this time.
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Jean,

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TheProwler..... will prowl no more- at least not fresh off the production line.
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Daimler Chrysler's popular retro roadster is going out of production.
The last of the head turning two seaters will roll off the assembly line in February.
The car first went into production in 1997- Since then 11-thousand have sold.
The prowler only came in one color.. Prowler purple.
The last three hundred cars will be painted Deep Candy red- a special paint that according to a company spokesman will make the car sparkle in bright light.
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Coming up next, Patrick Evans visits a local dairy as he gives a nod to egg nog.
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It wouldn't be Christmas without a little eggnog, but how about 7,500 quarts of the stuff!
Patrick Evans takes us inside the Homestead Creamery for a look at the modern way they create this old-fashioned favorite.
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Coming up after this break, Steve Mason will have this week's Hometown Hoops report,
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[VO] and after that we will hear Garth Brooks explain why he will always remember Roanoke.
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On Wall Street today, big gains in the financial sector helped to boost blue chips, even as technology shares fell following news of more layoffs at Motorola.
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It's time for our two minute ticker and Wednesday always means high school basketball.
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Steve Mason begins our boys season with a look at the Roanoke Catholic Celtics and their pursuit of a third straight state championship.
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((STEVE MASON:))
((Reynolds is clearly the leader of the Celtics pack. He is averaging about 20 points a game and his outside shooting has improved. But He will be the first to tell you that there is lots of room for improvement. ((:)) Roanoke Catholic head coach Dick wall has done one heck of a job surrounding Reynolds with players that both compliment his game and a few that can take the pressure off J.R. on a rare off night. And speaking of pressure, the Celtics know every private school they play is out to dethrone the two time private school state champions. ((DICK WALL:))
Wall's summer AAU programs and contacts with college coaches has enabled him to draw top notch talent. His latest acquisition is six foot nine, 220 pound senior center Tadas Mankevicius.((man-kav-vige-is)) ((:)) ((:)) In the last three years, the Celtics have won 64 games and they are shooting even higher this season. ((:))
Roanoke Catholic's schedule for the wrest of the season Oak Hill Academy, Blue Ridge at U-hall in Charlottesville, and a final duel with Cave Spring. Steve Mason Hometown hoops weekly.))

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Garth Brooks's new album "Scarecrow" is spending its fourth week at the top of Billboard's Country music charts.
It reports Scarecrow accounted for 21 percent of all country albums sold last week.
Despite the success, Brooks told Kimberly McBroom today on News 7 at Noon that
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[VO] he is still committed to retiring at the end of the year.
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Brooks says he had a memorable moment during a 1992 concert in Roanoke.
He wanted to swing from a rope ladder, but he missed and fell several feet to the floor.
He wasn't seriously injured, but his crew wasn't about to let him forget it.
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Brooks' soundtrack for the Christmas movie ``Call Me Claus,'' is also number eight on the country charts.

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If you've ever dreamed of recording your own album, a Roanoke recording studio has a gift that'll make you sing this holiday.
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((KEENAN SINGING: JINGLE BELLS, JINGLE BELLS.... OH WHAT FUN IT IS TO RIDE IN A ONE HORSE OPEN SLEIGH (HEY).))
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Rainforest Studios in Old Southwest has opened its studios to kids that want to cut a Christmas carol for Grandma ... or folks that just want to croon their favorite ballad.
Producers Wes Witcher and John Mitchell usually manage singers hoping for a professional career.
But they're hoping to boost business by luring amateurs into the recording booth this holiday season.
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((WES WITCHER/RAINFOREST STUDIOS PRODUCER: THERE'S A LOT OF TALENT IN ROANOKE BUT IT HASN'T BEEN EXPOSED. IT'S BEHIND CLOSED DOOR. WE'RE HERE TO PULL THOSE PEOPLE OUT OF THE CLOSET AND GIVE THEM AN OPPORTUNITY TO DO MUSIC.))
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((NATSOUND KEITH BROWN SINGING: IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW... THE ONE WHO SAID HE WOULD RATHER ROAM....))
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35 dollars gets you one hour of studio time ... and a personalized compact disc.
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