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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......A chilly start this morning, but sunshine will warm temperatures up well into the 50s later on. Meterologist Leo Hirsbrunner joins us with your complete forecast in just a few moments.





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One man is dead and another behind bars this morning, after a confrontation turned violent. Police say the men - who were apparently strangers - were arguing in the parking lot of O'Charleys restraunt in Roanoke when one of the men shot the other man in the chest. Neither the victim nor the suspect's name has been released.

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Coming from all across the nation - Hundreds of police officers gathered to honor their former colleagues who lost their lives during the September 11th attacks. The ceremony took place at the National D-Day memorial in Bedford.
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Bedford County sheriff Mike Brown helped organize the event after realizing that no ceremony had been held anywhere to honor the law enforcement officers who died on September 11th.
Brown reminded the crowd that police work is a dangerous profession.
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((MIKE BROWN/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF: BUT WHEN DUTY CALLS, AND IT WILL AGAIN AT SOME POINT, WE WILL RESPOND JUST AS OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS DID ON 9-11. GOD BLESS EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU WHO CAME HERE TODAY.))
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[OUT Q=came here today.]
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Representatives from each of the five New York City agencies that lost personnel were at yesterday's ceremony.

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[7-11Cole-Lawsuit]


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Victims of the recent terrorist attacks say they are filing a lawsuit against the man believed to be behind all of the events-
Osama bin Laden.
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This past weekend, 17 U-S-S Cole families gathered in Richmond to remember what happened and explain that they too have suffered, along with the victims of the 9-11 attacks.
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[IN Q=Loved ones]

((LOU GUNN/ SON DIED IN USS COLE ATTACK; LOVED ONES DIED DEFENDING COUNTRY. THEY WERE MURDERED.)) [BUTT BUTT BUTT BUTT] ((ANDREW HALL/ATTORNEY; WE ARE PROPOSING GOING TO CONGRESS AND SAY ASSETS OF AL QAEDA HAVE BEEN FROZEN AND WE CAN CREATE A METHOD TO WHERE WE CAN GET THESE FOLKS A FAIR AND JUST COMPENSATION.))
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[OUT Q=AND JUST COMPENSATION.]
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One of the three attorneys hired for this case is Jim Cooper Hill, who recently won a 19-million dollar judgment against Iraq.
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A plan to add truck lanes to Interstate 81 is moving through the House of Delegates.
The House gave preliminary approval to legislation that would allow tolls on the interstate to pay for the new construction.
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A private consortium proposed the project as a way to speed up interstate improvements at a time when the state is strapped for cash.
Trucks would pay a toll to finance construction of the new truck lanes.
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((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/(R) SALEM; NOW THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT BILL FOR THE 81 CORRIDOR, BECAUSE WITHOUT IT THAT ROAD IS NOT GOING TO GET FIXED FOR A LONG, LONG TIME.))
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The bill should face a final vote in the House later today.

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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
Be sure to dress in layers today, since we're starting off chilly, but will end up pretty mild this afternoon.
Meterologist Leo Hirsbrunner has your complete forecast coming up in just a few moments.





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An early morning shooting leaves ONE man dead, and another man in jail --
Police say the men - who were apparently strangers - were arguing in the parking lot of O'Charleys resterant in Roanoke around two this morning when one of the men shot the other in the chest. Neither the victim nor the suspect's name have been released.

[45-11Wachovia]


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Wachovia- First Union is making strides toward better communication with its customers and employees.
Officials say that will be the key to their success.
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That's according to former Dominion Bank executive John Clarke.
He left Dominion just before it merged with First Union.
Clark says First Union put too much emphasis on growth and not enough emphasis on communicating with customers and employees.
Wachovia-First Union says it is dedicated to informing employees about the merger every step of the way.
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((JOHN CLARKE: THE OLD SPIRITUAL SINGER BEVERLY SHAY SANG WHEN THE EYE IS ON THE SPARROW. FIRST UNION TOOK THEIR EYE OFF THE SPARROW.))
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At the end of the week, Wachovia branches in the Roanoke Valley become NBC branches.
Here are some things Wachovia Customers need to know.
You can use Wachovia checks until Friday. [ADD]
After Friday, start using NBC checks -- you should have already received those in the mail. [ADD]
Also remember that First Union branches may not operate as Wachovia branches until late 2003.
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[SS=Enron Invest.]


In other bank news, a congressional committee could ask First Union Executives to testify about its relationship with Enron.
First Union made a 25- million dollar investment partnership which allowed Enron to keep big debts off its books.

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The abortion issue gained one and lost one in the General Assembly.
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((DEL. VIVIAN WATTS/(D) ANNANDALE; IT IS WRONG TO WASTE VIRGINIA'S MONEY ON POORLY CRAFTED LEGISLATION.))
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[OUT Q=poorly crafted legislation.]
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Despite Vivian Watts' objections, the House overwhelmingly approved limits on partial birth abortions.
In the Senate Education and Health Committee, parental consent legislation failed by a vote.
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That proposal will be back, because the House has approved similar legislation. The bills would require a parent's permission before a minor could have an abortion.

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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
This week will be more comfortable with temperatures rising into the 50s.
Meterologist Leo Hirsbrunner will be along with your complete forecast right after the news.





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A man was shot and killed this morning when a confrontation at a Roanoke restaurant turned violent.
Police say two apparent strangers were arguing in the parking lot of O'Charleys at Valley View Mall around two this morning when one of the men shot the other in the chest. Authorities are identifying the victim as 41- year- old Keith Edward Bailey Northwest Roanoke.
31- year- old Timothy Workman of Texas was taken into custody.
Workman is charged with murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

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Despite criticism that it could be offensive, the national motto may soon be required in Virginia's public schools.
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Yesterday, the Senate Education and Health Committee endorsed legislation requiring schools to post "In God We Trust" signs in a conspicuous place.
Similar bills have already passed the House of Delegates, but some lawmakers argue a Christian message could offend Virginians of other faiths.
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((SEN. DICK SASLAW/D- SPRINGFIELD: SOME OF THESE PEOPLE ARE JEWISH, SOME ARE ATHEIST. SOME ARE MUSLIMS. SOME ARE BUDDHISTS. SOME ARE HINDUS. WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THESE PEOPLE?)) ((SEN. NICK RERRAS/R- NORFOLK: I'M NOT TRYING TO ADVANCE ANY PARTICULAR FAITH OR SECT OR DENOMINATION, BUT I THINK THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WOULD BE A POSITIVE INFLUENCE AND MOTIVATION TO ALL OF US.))
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The Education and Health Committee voted 9 to 6 to send the bill to the Senate floor, where it comes up for a vote later today.

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Teachers in Franklin County are being affected by the state's budget shortfall.
The state budget plan offers no raises for teachers ... and now it looks like Franklin County won't have them either.
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Franklin County teachers got a 3 percent raise each of the last three years.
But with no increase in state or local funding this year, the school board says it can not offer employee raises.


Franklin County teachers have a starting salary of 27-thousand-600 dollars ...
The county ranks behind 80 percent of Virginia school systems for starting teacher pay.
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[BIRTHDAYS!] 2/13/02
Wednesday:

[SUPER=130-43/Jackie Smith/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-11/Ben Wolley/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-1/Alexis Yoho/Willis]



[SUPER=130-8/Zane Prillaman/Wirtz]



[SUPER=130-80/Jessie McCoy/Radford]



[SUPER=130-7/Brooke Coffey/Buena Vista]


No Pictures:

[SUPER=131-18/Michael Waddy/Penhook]



[SUPER=131-/Diana Foster/Rocky Mount]



[SUPER=131-/Carla Evans/Lynchburg]



[SUPER=131-/Teresa Ayres/Buena Vista]

[SUPER=131-/William Suthers/Buena Vista]