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Will a local high school stay or go? A live report ahead.
Trying to jog some memories in the Short Family murder case-
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Plus video is released- police now look for the mom who's abusing her child.
And it's not the MTV awards.. but the Encore awards - local teens are the winners.
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News 7 at Eleven is Next.

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A passionate crowd turns out in Bedford County tonight to hear the future of Jefferson Forest High School.
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The decision is in.
Tonight the Bedford County school board voted to renovate Jefferson Forest rather than build a new facility.
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Justin McLeod is in Bedford tonight with reaction to the vote and what happens next. Justin?
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There are 8 school board members, but the member from Bedford City abstained from voting.
That is why the vote was 4 to 3.
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As to when those renovations will begin... the superintendent says they're still another year away.

[Missing-Girl]


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Investigators searching for Jennifer Short and the killer of her parents are hoping to jog some memories.
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The Henry County Sheriffs Office is going to release new pictures of Jennifer's mother, Mary Hall Short.
The photos were take while she worked at Pluma.
Investigators are trying to figure out the identity of a man who may have harassed her about ten years ago.
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Anyone who recognizes her and recalls any of the incidents that took place at Pluma is asked to call the Henry County Sheriffs Office- The number is: area code 276 638 8-7-5-1.
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[Storm-Preps]


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As Hurricane Isidore nears land-- people in Cuba are preparing.
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Today more than two- hundred tourists and hundreds of hotel workers were evacuated from Cuba and Key Largo. Thousands of students on the "The Isle of Youth" were also evacuated-
Sailors also securing their boats there tonight. The center of the storm is expected to pass "over or near" Youth Island early tomorrow. Cuba's famous cigar growing province is expected to be affected by the storm, but crops have not yet been planted.
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[Iraq]


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At least one defense Attorney for six Accused Terrorists admits his client was at an Al Qaeda terrorist training camp- but says he wanted to leave when he realized what it was all about.
Jim Acosta reports from Buffalo where a judge is deciding whether to keep the supsects in jail.
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((AT THE BAIL HEARING FOR SIX ACCUSED AL QAIDA CELL MEMBERS -- IT WAS EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF -- AS DEFENSE LAWYERS TRIED TO SINGLE OUT THEIR CLIENTS AS BIT PLAYERS IN THE PROSECUTIONS CASE -- WHO DESERVE TO BE RELEASED UNTIL TRIAL. IN RESPONSE TO CHARGES THE MEN TRAINED AT AN AFGHAN TERROR CAMP AND MET OSAMA BIN LADEN BEFORE THE 9/11 ATTACKS. AN ATTORNEY FOR SAHIM ALWAN ARGUED HIS CLIENT WAS AFRAID THE MOMENT HE ARRIVED -- AND WANTED TO LEAVE. James Harrington, Defense Lawyer He did not like what he was hearing Anti-American views. OTHER DEFENDANTS CLAIM THEY TOO DID NOT LIKE WHAT THEY SAW AND LEFT EARLIER THAN SCHEDULED. BUT PROSECUTORS SAY BAILING OUT THE MEN COULD JEOPARDIZE NATIONAL SECURITY POINTING TO AN E-MAIL ALLEGEDLY WRITTEN BY SUSPECT MUHKTAR AL-BAKRI. THE E-MAIL (THE GOVERNMENT SAYS) FORECASTS ANOTHER ATTACK ON AMERICANS. THE NEXT MEAL WILL BE VERY HUGE, THE E-MAIL READS. BUT AL-BAKRIS LAWYER SAYS HIS CLIENT TOLD THE F-B-I HE KNEW OF NO SUCH ATTACK AND THAT THE CRYPTIC PREDICTION CAME FROM A CAB DRIVER THE SUSPECT MET IN SAUDI ARABIA. John Malloy, Defense Lawyer This is hearsay may or may not be permissible. BUT SENSING THE E-MAIL IS A HOT POTATO OTHER LAWYERS ARE ALREADY SAYING THEIR CLIENTS NEVER KNEW ABOUT IT AS FOR THE MEETING WITH BIN LADEN -- ONE DEFENSE ATTORNEY QUESTIONED ITS SIGNIFICANCE BECAUSE IT HAPPENED BEFORE THE 9/11 ATTACKS SAYING AT THAT TIME FEW AMERICANS KNEW ANYTHING ABOUT THE TERRORST LEADER. JA CBS.))


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Israeli troops have surrounded Yasser Arafat's compound in the West Bank.
Israeli T-V reports the forces are not trying to capture Arafat- they just want to isolate him.
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The move comes after yet another suicide bombing- this one killed six people and wounded dozens more.
One shopkeeper said it struck the heart and soul of Tel Aviv- in an area where stockbrokers sip Latte in cafes- and migrant workers down inexpensive vodka.
Today's attack was the second in just a few days.
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[FDA]


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Federal scientists want stronger warnings that the painkiller acetaminophen may damage the liver.
A Food and Drug Administration panel acted because of evidence that thousands of Americans may unwittingly take toxic doses that could harm their livers.
Some people take more than the recommended dose, hoping for greater pain relief.
Others keep taking the drug for more than the recommended day or two.

[Encore-Awards]


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It's not the grammys, but it almost seems like it-
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The winners are all teenagers- From love ballads to rap, area teens are showing off their musical talent.
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This group is called Verbal Assault- it's members are some of many teen musicians- showing their stuff- at tonight's 3rd annual Encore Music Awards.
Six awards went out in all- one to Sierra Woford who won "best vocal performance" for her song- Don't Come to Me.


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The crowd loved the show- they watched at the Dumas Center for Artistic Development.
The students are all part of the Downtown Music lab- a non profit after school music program- where students learn how to write, record and perform their own music.
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Virginia Tech's fall graduates will still get to walk the walk, thanks to some area hotels.
More on that when News 7 returns.
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And police search for a mother caught on tape beating her baby.
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((Hey, folks. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports office. On the way in just a few, hardwood highlights from Hidden Valley and Botetourt. A look at Virginia Tech's roundabout route to College Station, plus UVA zips into homecoming against Akron. Plus this former Roanoke goaltender is lending a hand for a good cause this weekend. All that and more in sports.))

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Police say it could be a case of child abuse caught on tape.
Now they're looking for the public's help.
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This is the security tape.
Police in Mishawaka Indiana are looking for the mother who they believe beat her four year old daughter while a store security camera was rolling.
On the tape, the mother walks to her car, then police say she started beating the child.
Investigators say it shows the mother slapping, shaking and punching the child.
Police released the tape because so far they've been unable to find the mother- After showing the video to a doctor, investigators are worried the child may be injured.
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Graduating seniors at Virginia Tech will get their wish afterall.
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The university announced today it won't cancel Fall commencement... thanks to some help from the local hotel community.
At least eight hotels say they will donate a portion of their sales toward commencement, which brings in about a quarter of their revenue.
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Right now, it's not known just how much money will be donated, but, officials say the costs will be balanced out through the university's parents fund, which is used toward campus enhancements.
Fall commencement usually runs the school about 30-thousand dollars.
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Meanwhile, the state's budget deficit continues to grow and that means some tough times ahead for lawmakers and their constituents.
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Senate lawmakers learned today that the state budget deficit is nearly two billion dollars.
In addition to a one- a half billion dollar revenue shortfall, costs for Medicaid, foster care and the car tax rebate are running overbudget.
Governor Warner has asked state agencies for spending cuts of up to 15 percent.
But lawmakers were told those savings will not be enough to cover the deficit.
More cuts, they say, will be necessary.
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Senate lawmakers say its important to establish spending priorities.
They say they intend to work together with the House of Delegates and the governor to help minimize the reduction in state services.
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Members of the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors say it will be difficult to replace Harry Nickens.
But with the Vinton Supervisor leaving to take a new job in Kentucky, they must move quickly to name his successor.
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Nickens has accepted a position with a health system in Danville, Kentucky, and will assume his new duties by November first.
Supervisors Chairman Butch Church says the board will have 30 days after the resignation takes effect to appoint Nickens' replacement.
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Church is encouraging anyone who wants to succeed Nickens to put their interest in writing. The supervisors will discuss the selection process at their meeting Tuesday, and Church promises that all applicants will receive equal consideration.

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An executive at Dan River Incorporated is the newest member of Danville City Council.
Albert "Buddy" Rawley was picked to fill the vacancy created by the death of Charles Scott last month.
Many people had hoped city council would pick former mayor Seward Anderson to fill out Scott's term.
Anderson came close to winning a seat on council in the last election.
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Still ahead... V-DOT wants more ideas on how to improve I-81.
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And find out why dummies are being launched into the James River.
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[I-81]


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Most everyone has some idea on what should be done with Interstate 81- Now V-DOT wants the private sector's best minds to help map the highway's future.
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No question - the state's longest interstate is congested.
V-DOT is asking engineering and design firms for a solution.
It wants the businesses to submit proposals on how they'd boost safety, economic development and technology on the I-81 corridor.
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((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT: WE DON'T KNOW OF ANY OTHER STATE TRANSPORTATION DEPT. IN THE COUNTRY THAT'S SAID GIVE US YOUR BEST IDEAS FOR 325 MILES. WE THINK THIS IS PRETTY HISTORIC AND PRETTY SIGNIFICANT. ))
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Some suggestions include separating trucks and cars, shifting commercial traffic to trains... and linking 81 with major transportation hubs, like airports and railways.
The companies also have to figure out how to pay for the upgrades and share some financial responsibility with the state.
They have three months to submit proposals.
Previously the only company to submit a plan was Star Solutions- it will re-submit its idea to charge truckers a toll- and use that money to widen 81.
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[Deer-Hunt]


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Blacksburg officials say they want to control the deer population and at the same time reduce the number of car accidents.
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The state's early urban archery season begins Saturday and continues through October fourth.
But, this is the first time the town will take part.
Officials say the town already has a deer management program, but, they hope this early hunting season will help out even more.
For information on how to register, you can contact Blacksburg Police.
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Some "dummies" were catapulted into the James River today.
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It was all part of a test conducted by the crew of the new aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan. The "dummy loads" weigh from nine to 90-thousand pounds and simulate the weight of military planes.
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After the tests- the idea is to catapult aircraft from the decks of the ships. There are at least four catapults on each aircraft carrier.
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Coming up in sports, highlights from Thursday night at the hoop, Tech is set for a long trip to College Station tomorrow, while UVA looks to even its record against the Zips, but first in tonight's extra point,
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Former Roanoke Express goalie Daniel Berthiaume is teaming up with with Kayleigh Duffy, Roanoke's biggest hockey fan, in a blood drive. She has severe aplastic anemia. This Saturday from 8:30 AM until 12:30, at the downtown Red Cross, Kayleigh and former goalie Daniel Berthiaume and former defenseman Travis Smith, now the director of hockey at the Ice Station, will set up a booth. Fans will have the opportunity to give blood.
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We start last night at Lord Botetourt, where the Lady Cavaliers welcomed Pulaski County to town for a Blue Ridge showdown.
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This one was tied at halftime and went back and forth all night.
The home team's Kristen Graham finds Meredith Miller who knocks down the fifteen footer for 2.
Pulaski's Breanna Blevins goes to work later in the 3rd quarter though. She gets it to Misty Neel for the short jumper.
But Botetourt's Graham picks up another assist. This time to Nikki Moats in the lane. She kisses it off the window for another deuce. Botetourt still trailed by 2.
The Lady Cougars then run the break to perfection, but Renee Guilliams stroked the game winning
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shot for Botetourt with just 3 seconds left. The final 42 to 41.
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[S-Hoops]


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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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Over in Roanoke County, the Lady Spartans of Salem laid the wood to Hidden Valley.
Salem's Chassity Martin gets things started with the hard earned bucket on the run and Salem led it 23 to 8.
A little later, Jessica Bass spots up from deep in the corner and buries the long three ball. Salem rolls past


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Hidden Valley tonight by a final of 73 to 26.
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[S-Travel]


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Virginia Tech hopes to find its passing game on Saturday against Texas A & M, but, the most important route won't be run by the Hokie receivers. As Mike Stevens explains, Tech's itenerary for the weekend has more than a few twists and turns.
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(( Normally the Hokies travel to their away game destinations by boarding a Miami Air charter right here in Roanoke.
But due to the weight of some extra equipment the Hokies are carrying to the Lone Star state this is no normal trip.

((JOHN BALLEIN:)) The Hokies will bus three hours from Blacksburg to Greensboro - where they can fly with full tank of jet fuel non-stop to College Station, Texas. ((JOHN:)) ((STANDUP-MIKE STEVENS:)) ((JOHN BALLEIN:)) This is Tech's first road game of the season and 22 players are making their first trip away from Lane Stadium. Don't feel too bad for them - these guys had to drive - taking a truck load of equipment to College Station - on a 25 hour road trip. In Blacksburg, Mike Stevens News 7 sports.))


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In Charlottesville the Virginia Cavaliers face Akron for the first time ever this Saturday at Scott Stadium in a three PM kickoff.
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While the wahoos are coming off three tough games against ranked opponents, they are hardly taking the OH and 3 Zips lightly. One area the Cavaliers will pay special attention to is the Zips pass rush.
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On the field tonight, Auburn hit the road for Mississippi State for an early season SEC test.
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The Tigers passed with flying colors.
Daniel "Cadillac" Cobb tossed three touchdown passes in the first half including this 45 yarder to give
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Auburn a 21 to 7 lead at halftime. The Tigers go on to beat the Bulldogs 42 to 14.
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Finally, week number four of Friday Football Extra is coming up tonight. Here's a look at the complete schedule of games in the area with the HOME team listed on the bottom of each matchup.

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