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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom...... a very chilly morning will turn into a pleasant afternoon with highs near 80...
Meterologist Leo Hirsbrunner has the complete forecast coming up right after the news...





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Remembering the attacks that changed the world was the focus of thousands gathered in Martinsville last night....
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Ceremonies were held at Martinsville High school-- where people of all ages and backgrounds displayed their patriotism. The evening included singing and music-- as well as prayer and reflection on the events of the past year.
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[SUPER=147-Scott Gardner;]

((THIS IS A CHANCE FOR THE COMMUNITY... YOU KNOW OUR LOCAL NATIONAL GUARD UNIT HAS BEEN DEPLOYED AS PART OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND THIS HELPS US SHOW OUR SUPPORT TO THEM AS WELL AS ALL AROUND AMERICA. ))
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[OUT Q=all around america.]
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The ceremony was entitled "A Day of Caring-- Nine- eleven remembered". It was organized as a way to reflect on those who died in the terrorist attacks-- as well as to celebrate the spirit and strength of the community.
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[7-11Night-Roanoke]


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In the Roanoke Valley... patriotism and pride filled area churches last night..
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((NAT MUSIC))
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The Greater Mount Zion Baptist Church in northwest Roanoke hosted members of seven other Baptist Congregations.
The music was provided by their volunteer "9/11 Choir."
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((GLORY GLORY HALLELUJAH))
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Across town, the Battle Hymn of the Republic rang from the rafters of the Penn Forest Christian Church.
The program saluted all Fire-EMS, law enforcement and military personnel.
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And in Salem people gathered at Lake Spring Park for a Salute to America's Heroes.
They dedicated an American flag that will be put up at the farmers market on Main Street.
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[7-11Rocky-Mount]


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The 9-11 anniversary in Rocky Mount honored a Smith Mountain Lake couple who lost a son in the World Trade Center...
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Bill and Eileen Kennedy moved to Moneta from New York more than a decade ago.
Their son, Tom, a New York City firefighter, died when the South Tower collapsed.
They chose to mark the painful anniversary in Franklin County ... with the friends and neighbors who've helped them through the last year.
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((BILL KENNEDY/VICTIM'S FATHER: ALL THE PEOPLE THAT DIED THAT AWFUL DAY... THEY WERE ALL HEROES. BUT OUR SON WILL ALWAYS BE OUR HERO.))
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More than 100 people joined in the ceremony ... which included songs, prayers and speakers.
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All lanes are now open on Interstate 5-81 this morning...
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A backhoe on a flatbed trailer hit the Liberty Road overpass yesterday afternoon, taking chunks of concrete out of the bridge.
The Liberty Road Bridge does remain closed. But all southbound lanes are now open to traffic.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom...... a cool start to your day- but the afternoon will be filled with sunshine...

Meterologist Leo Hirsbrunner has more in forecast...





[45-11Travel]


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A local travel expert says 9-11 may have forever changed people's travel habits....
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The airline industry is still struggling with fewer passengers on board and a sluggish economy. Martin Travel's President says it may not be a fear of flying anymore - - but a lack of money for leisure.
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((MEL LUDOVICI/MARTIN TRAVEL PRESIDENT; I DON'T THINK THE THREAT OF DANGER IN THE SKY IS REAL TO THE PASSENGER ANYMORE I REALLY THINK ITS A FINANCIAL ISSUE NOW. PEOPLE ARE STILL DRIVING TO DESTINATIONS THEY ONCE FLEW TOO AND BY NO MEANS HAS TRAVEL RETURNED TO PRE 9-11.))
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In response to the slump... over the past year, airlines have cut prices and made non-refundable tickets truly non-refundable. Ludovici says for the first time you can no longer use a non-refundable ticket toward a future trip.
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Air travel was down yesterday- but officials say it's too soon to know by how much...
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Roanoke Regional Airport served passengers yesterday, although some airlines were operating on a restricted flight schedule. Yesterday aside, officials at Roanoke Regional say air travel is down about 11-percent across the board. Otherwise, they say, increased security measures are about the only changes made since September of last year.
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((AMANDA DEHAVEN/ROANOKE REGIONAL AIRPORT: EVERYTHING IS PRETTY MUCH BACK TO NORMAL EXCEPT THE FACT THAT THE T-S-A HAS TAKEN OVER. THERE ARE MORE SEARCHES OF BAGGAGE, PASSENGERS ARE RANDOMLY SELECTED FROM EACH FLIGHT AND HAVE THEIR BAGGAGE SEARCHED. AND GOING THROUGH SCREENING, THERE'S A MUCH MORE STRINGENT PROCESS.))
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[OUT Q=much more stringent process.]
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At least one of the security measures put in place after September eleventh has been relaxed. Since May, the short term parking lot has been open with no vehicle inspection required.
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In other news- we may learn more today about a four month mystery...
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It was back in early May when a man's remains were found along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Police have tried ever since to determine who he was .. and what happened.
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Earlier this month, police presented a facial reconstruction in efforts to show what he may have looked like, and now, nine days later, they have scheduled another news conference on the case. We'll have the latest information tonight on News 7 at 6.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom...... you might want to grab a jacket as you head out this morning but temperatures will warm up this afternoon...
Meterologist Leo Hirsbrunner will give us the details in the forecast...





[8-11Old-Virginia]


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A new memorial in Salem will feature a steel beam salvaged from the ruins of the twin towers...
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Old Virginia Brick broke ground for the flagpole yesterday morning.
The company acquired the 14- thousand pound twin beam with help from Cycle Systems.
Though officials aren't certain which building it came from, they know it extended from the 33rd to the 36th floors.
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((FLETCHER SMOAK: IT'S VERY EMOTIONAL WHEN YOU SEE THIS AND YOU REALIZE WHAT HAPPENED THERE AND YOU CAN'T HELP BUT KIND OF GET A LUMP IN YOUR THROAT ABOUT THIS THING.))
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The flagpole will include a plaque, remembering the victims of all the terrorist attacks.
It will be open to the public, and should be completed in a month or two.
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[8-11Lexington]


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In Lexington, members of the Washington and Lee and V-M-I communities gathered to remember their losses last year...
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Officials from both schools addressed the crowd- along with a U-S Army Chaplin. Also, James Spellman, a 1985 graduate of V-M-I and a investigator in the New York Attorney General's office spoke about life in New York that day.
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((JAMES SPELLMAN JR./INVESTIGATOR, NY ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE; ALL OF US THERE KNEW SOMEONE WHO WAS MISSING, SOMEONE WHO THE TERRORISTS HAD KILLED. FATHERS, FRIENDS, FIANCEES, SO MANY WHO SIMPLY WENT TO WORK ONE YEAR AGO TODAY.))
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Two graduates from W-and-L and two former cadets died in the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
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[8-11Church-Fire]


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The citizens of Lexington were also thinking about how the community avoided another tragedy...
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While workers were spraying insulation into the attic above the Lexington Presbyterian Church's sactuary on Tuesday, some of the insulation came into contact with a light fixture and started smoldering and smoking. Workers smelled the smoke, and called 9-1-1.
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((FRANK PARSONS/LEXINGTON PRESBYTERIAN RECONSTRUCTION MANAGER; WHEN I CAME OUT AND SAW THE FIRE ENGINES IN THE STREET IT WAS A SINKING FEELING, BUT FORTUNATELY WE HAD NO FLAME, JUST SMOKE, AND GREAT APPREHENTION ON THE PART OF EVERYONE.))

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[OUT Q=on the part of everyone.]
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Fire crews shoveled the smoldering insulation out without spraying water on the church. The sanctuary and steeple were destroyed by fire in July of 2000, and the reconstruction of the church should be completed by the middle of November.
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