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Authorities arrest two people in last month's murders of a father and son in Pittsylvania county.
Details, straight ahead.
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And the United Nations votes "Yes" to a resolution demanding that Iraq disarm.


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A southwest flow is allowing temperatures to climb...how high will they go...I'll have your forecast...
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News 7 at Noon starts right now...

[Keeling-Murders]


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Two suspects are under arrest in the murders of a Pittylvania County father and son.
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The body of 25 year old Charles J. Lewis was found at a home on Loop Road in the Keeling community early on the morning of October 30th. His father, 51 year old Julian Clifton Lewis, Junior died a short time later. Both had been shot.
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The Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office arrested the elder Lewis' wife, 33-year old Teresa Michelle Lewis. Also under arrest is 22-year old Matthew Jesse Shallenberger of Danville. Both suspects are charged with first degree murder in the death of Julian Lewis, Junior.
They're being held in the County jail without bond.

[Iraq]


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The United Nations has passed a resolution, and sent a clear message to Iraq--
Cooperate with weapons inspectors or face military action.
Drew Levinson is at the U-N, and has the latest.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY;]
[SUPER=01-Kofi Annan/U. N. Secretary General;]
[SUPER=01-Drew Levinson/CBS News;]
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[OUT Q=Levinson, CBS News, New York. ]

(( WITH A SHOW OF HANDS IT WAS OVER FAST.

(natsound...vote 15....adopted unanimously)


THE UNITED STATES GOT WHAT IT WANTED....A RESOLUTION THAT COULD MEAN WAR AGAINST IRAQ.
UN sec. general Kofi Annan says this proviides a new committment to prevent the spread OF TERROR..

(SOT KOFI ANNAN, UN SECRETARY GENERAL )
(...not verbatim: It represents in clear terems Iraqs obligation to

comply with U.N. in getting rid of weapons of mass destruction)
IT TOOK WEEKS OF TALKS BEFORE THERE WAS ENOUGH COMMON GROUND TO DRAFT A RESOLUTION THAT HAD ANY CHANCE OF PASSING.
IN THE FINAL RESOLUTION... THE U-S HELD ON TO ITS KEY DEMAND ... KEEPING MILITARY FORCE AS AN OPTION. BUT FRANCE GOT A CONCESSION, IT WILL BE UP TO UNITED NATIONS, AND NOT THE U-S, TO DETERMINE IF BAGHDAD IS COMPLYING.
THE RESOLUTIUON ALSO TOUGHENS THE INSPECTION PROCESS...GIVING IRAQ SEVEN DAYS TO ACCEPT THE TERMS AND 30 DAYS TO DECLARE IF IT HAS ANY CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR PROGRAMS.
IN IRAQ, THE GOVERNMENT CONTROLLED NEWSPAPER CALLED THE RESOLUTION A PRETEXT FOR WAR.
IN THE ROSE GARDEN PRESIDENT BUSH SAID HE WAS PLEASED.

SOT;Bush.

The resolution presents Iraq with a test...a final test.

(STANDUP)


THERE IS SOMETHING IN THIS FOR IRAQ...THE RESOLUTION OPENS THE POSSIBILITY OF LIFTING ECONOMIC SANCTIONS IMPOSED AFTER IRAQ'S 19-90 INVASION OF KUWAIT.
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[Pulaski-Power]


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A-E-P crews are working to restore power to about five-thousand people in the Dublin area.
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The outage occurred just after seven this morning, when a power line that crosses over I-81 near Draper fell.
State police and V-DOT have blocked part of the interstate to repair the line, but, traffic is still moving in both directions.
Officials say they hope to get the power back on by three this afternoon.
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Draper Elementary, Snowville Elementary and Critzer Elementary all dismissed at 11 because of the power failure.

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It's the weather that's causing problems in the West--
There's a high surf advisory along much of the California coast in the wake of a major storm.
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In Northern California, high winds have knocked down trees and caused power outages.
The winds have have also toppled trees onto parked cars and streets.
That forced the closure of a major bridge, which caused miles of traffic backup.
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The scene is similar in Nevada, where police are investigating an 11- car pile-up that killed one person and injured five others.
Authorities believe high winds blowing sand reduced visibility, and led to the deadly accident.
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[Sniper-Hearings]


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Both sniper suspects make court appearances today in Virginia, which is the FIRST state to prosecute.
Aleen Sirgany reports from the courthouse in Manassas.
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[SUPER=03-Prince William Co.;]
[SUPER=01-Paul Ebert/Prince William Co. Prosecutor;]
[SUPER=01-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News;]
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(( WEARING AN ORANGE PRISON JUMP SUIT AND LEG SHACKLES, JOHN ALLEN MUHAMMAD STOOD BEFORE A VIRGINIA JUDGE ON MURDER CHARGES...FOR THE DEATH OF 53 YEAR OLD DEAN MEYERS, SHOT WHILE PUMPING GAS IN MANASSAS VIRGINA.

(SOT) PAUL EBERT/PRINCE WILLIAM CO., VA PROSECUTOR

the case will hopefully be tried withing a year...defense will have a lot of motions
THE APPEARANCE COMES ONE DAY AFTER HE WAS TRANSFERED TO VIRGINIA. THE GOVERNMENT DECIDED THIS STATE HAS THE BEST EVIDENCE AND THE BEST CHANCE AT A DEATH PENALTY CONVICTION.
ACCORDING TO THE NEW YORK TIMES, THAT EVIDENCE INCLUDES "A VIRTUAL DIARY" OF THE SHOOTINGS ON A LAPTOP COMPUTER FOUND IN THE SUSPECT'S CAR.


(SOT) EBERT

One thing about this case, the tentacles go throught the country and what happened elsewhere may involve this case
MUHAMMADS ALLEGED ACCOMPLICE ALSO FACES A JUDGE TODAY.. 17 YEAR OLD JOHN LEE MALVO MAKES HIS FIRST APPEARANCE IN FAIRFAX VIRGINIA FOR THE SHOOTING DEATH OF F-B-I EMPLOYEE LINDA FRANKLIN, KILLED OUTSIDE A HOME DEPOT WHILE PUTTING PACKAGES IN HER CAR.

(STANDUP)

IF CONVICTED MALVO COULD ALSO BE SENTENCED TO DEATH. VIRGINIA ...ALLOWS THE EXECUTION OF A MINOR. MUHAMMED WILL NEXT GO TO COURT ON WEDNESDAY ))
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Coming up next on the newscast, an informant in a local triple murder takes a polygraph test. We'll have the details.
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Plus we'll tell you why some motorists in Chicago could have used boats for their morning commute.
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The man who raised suspicions about Gary Bowman's involvement in the Short family murders submitted to a lie detector test yesterday.
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As outlined in a search warrant affidavit, Bowman's landlord Gary Lemons told investigators Bowman had threatened to kill a Virginia mobile home mover.
He also claimed he saw Bowman installing a false floor in his van.
Sheriff Frank Cassell says that a search of the van showed no secret compartment.
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[IN Q=The van appears]

((FRANK CASSELL/HENRY CO. SHERIFF: THE VAN APPEARS TO HAVE A SLEEPING PLATFORM BUILT IN IT. BEDDING AND A MATTRESS WAS THERE. IT APPEARED TO BE ABOUT 16 INCHES ABOVE THE FLOOR. NOTHING UNUSUAL ABOUT THAT. MARYA JONES/NEWS-7: BUT NO FALSE BOTTOM? SHERIFF CASSELL: NOT THAT THEY SAW. ))
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[OUT Q=not that they saw.]
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Lemons declined to talk on camera, but confirmed he was taking a polygraph test.
On November 12th, he'll appear before the same federal grand jury as Bowman.
Sheriff Cassell says Lemons is cooperating and is NOT a suspect.

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Since the September 11th attacks, the United States has fought the war against terrorism at home and abroad.

While protecting American security is the ultimate goal, many civil libertarians warn that personal freedom could be endangered.
Joe Dashiell has more from a community forum last night.
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[SUPER=01-John Brownlee/U. S. Attorney; :00]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :31]
[SUPER=01-Kirk Ballin/Nat. Conf. for Community and Justice; :41]
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[OUT Q=JD News 7 Roanoke County.]
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[IN Q=As law enforcement we obviously]

((JOHN BROWNLEE/U.S. ATTORNEY: AS LAW ENFORCEMENT WE OBVIOUSLY HAVE TO DO EVERYTHING IN OUR POWER TO PREVENT ANOTHER TERRORIST ATTACK, TO FIND THESE PEOPLE OUT THERE PLANNING AND TRYING TO CAUSE OUR PUBLIC HARM. AND AT THE SAME TIME WE HAVE TO RECOGNIZE HOW IMPORTANT AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES ARE.)) [RUNS:15]
[OUT Q=american civil liberties are.]


In the wake of September 11th, Brownlee says he believes, that law enforcement actions have been rooted in the constitution...
But he says the protection of civil liberties is an important and challenging issue his office must consider every day.
As a cross-section of community leaders gathered at Hollins University to discuss the fallout from the terrorist attacks... others raised concerns about profiling and prejudice.
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[IN Q=It's a complicated ]

((KIRK BALLIN/NAT. CONFERENCE FOR COMMUNITY AND JUSTICE: IT'S A COMPLICATED ISSUE. I REALIZE THAT, BUT AT THE SAME TIME, WE FEEL THAT ANY TIME ANY GROUP FINDS THEMSELVES COMPROMISED IT COMPROMISES THE INTEGRITY OF THE WHOLE COMMUNITY, SO WE'RE ALWAYS VIGILANT ABOUT BEING SURE THAT ALL OF OUR CITIZENS ARE GETTING EQUAL TREATMENT AND THE CONSTITUTION IS PROTECTING EVERYONE'S RIGHTS.)) [RUNS :17]
[OUT Q=everyone's rights.]


There are no easy answers to a difficult and challenging problem... but members of the Roanoke Hate Crimes Working Group hope that talking about it may be a first step.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke County))


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Riots broke out at a Guns n' Roses concert in Canada after the group's lead singer, Axl Rose failed to appear, and the concert was cancelled.
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Thousands of disgruntled rock fans hit the streets of Vancouver.
They rioted for about an hour outside the concert venue-- smashing windows and throwing rocks at police.
A spokesman for Guns n'Roses says bad weather conditions at the Los Angeles airport made it impossible for Rose's plane to fly.
Meanwhile, the spokesman says the band's concert scheduled tonight near Seattle, Washington WILL go on as scheduled.
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Meanwhile, it was another kind of disturbance this morning in Chicago, where a water main broke--
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Water exploded as high as eight feet into the air.
It took crews more than two hours to get the water break under control.
Water flooded several cars parked along Lake Shore Drive-- and there were several reports of flooded basements and parking garages.
Many cars also plunged into a 30- foot- wide sink hole that formed in the street around the break, but no one was injured.
Officials say it will likely be days before repairs are finished.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Coming up next on the newscast,
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we'll take you to a school where students are NOT punished for laughing at the teachers....in fact, it's encouraged.
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More often than not, students get in trouble for cutting up in class-
But as Drew Levinson shows us, at THIS school, you get high grades for being funny.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY; :00]
[SUPER=01-Larry Grimm/Improvisation Teacher; :35]
[SUPER=01-Elisa Delgado-Tomei/Teacher and Improv Student; :57 QUICK]
[SUPER=01-Joanna Briley/Improv Student; 1:30]
[SUPER=01-Drew Levinson/CBS News; 1:36]
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[OUT Q=Levinson, CBS News, New York.]

((

(Natsound from act)

"PLEASE WELCOME JO BRILEY, THE TRANSIT WORKER."
Joanna Briley is part-time comic.

(Natsound from act)

"JUST IMAGINE ALL THE TIME GETTING STUPID QUESTIONS THROWN AT YOU."
She wants to be a full-time funny girl--but admits she needs to loosen up.

(Natsound of Joanna in improve class)


Briley hopes this improvisation class will help her relax.

(Natsound with Larry the teacher)


"THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE BETWEEN JOKING, DOING STANDUP AND DOING IMPROV."
Second City--the comedy club that produced the likes of John Belushi and Bill Murray is teaching the art of improv

SOT LARRY GRIMM/IMPROVISATION TEACHER)

"IMPROV IS TAKING THE RISK TO BE AS HONEST AND TRUTHFUL THROUGHOUT AND TRUSTING THAT THE COMEDY WILL GROW OUT OF THAT."

Here there are not only aspiring comics but people who want improv to help them improve professionally. There are salesmen, lawyers and teachers.

(Natsound Elisa)


"TURN TO YOUR RIGHT"
Elisa Delgado-Tomei is a wanna-be actress who teaches high school.

(SOT ELISA DELGADO-TOMEI/SCHOOL TEACHER

"NOT HAVING FEAR STANDING IN FRONT OF CHILDREN IS A MUST FOR ANY TEACHER.."
Through a variety of exercises--students--including this reporter--learn how to think fast--especially in this game where two people try to describe an object that isn't there.

(Natsound Elisa and Drew)


"YES IT IS A SUBURBAN, BUT IT LOOKS VERY MUCH LIKE...YES AND! THANK YOU...(TO CAMERA) THIS IS NOT AS EASY AS IT LOOKS."


(Natsound people running around everywhere)


This organized chaos teaches the mind to quickly adapt. For Joanna Briley, the aspiring comic--she's already learned a valuable lesson.

(SOT JOANNA BRILEY/IMPROV STUDENT)


"I FEEL A SENSE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT AND LETTING GO."
Letting go on the - little- stage...could bring a lot of laughs and a lot of rewards on the -big- stage of life.
Drew Levinson, CBS News, New York. ))

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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW has lost 52 points. The NASDAQ dropped 14.

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

Coming up in sports... find out where the final regular season games of high school football face off...
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And the Roanoke College men's soccer team hopes to net another title as the ODAC tournament KICKS off...
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The Tech football family was pumped up Wedensday night when Michael Crawford returned to practice with the team.


[GRAPHIC=TECH]

But the reality of the situation is that once Saturday rolls around - fans will be focused right back on football - and that means many of them will be bashing the Tech offense.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]

The Hokies' offense has been offensive to some - who are quick to rail on the team on various web sites. The brunt of the criticism has been directed at first year offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring, who despite growing up in Clifton Forge, doesn't have a full set of Teflon armor to deflect the negative remarks.
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[SUPER=01-Billy Hite/VT Associate Head Coach; :18]
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The Virginia Tech basketball team has post season hopes, as well. Ricky Stokes hopes his 2002 team can make a run all the way to the Big Apple and finally take part in the Big East's post season tournament this season.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]

But this weekend Stokes is planning on taking his own long distance run in the city of monuments. Saturday he's returning to his hometown, crossing the James and running in the 25th annual Richmond Marathon.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="As a player...]
[SUPER=01-Ricky Stokes/Va. Tech Head Basketball Coach; :05]
[RUNS=:20]
[OUT Q=....ALL YEAR LONG."]
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To get ready for the 26 point 2 mile event, he has trained by running over 600 miles during the past four and a half months. Tech associate athletic director Jon (JAW-DON) Jaudon will race with him, along with Ricky's older brother Bobby Stokes.
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[OUT Q=...SO CAN WE."]
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The ODAC men's soccer tournament championship is this Sunday. Roanoke will meet the winner of Washington and Lee and Randolph-Macon semifinal match Saturday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


The Maroons are 17-3 and 1 this season and a 8 and OH and 1 in ODAC play. Roanoke won the ODAC soccer tournament last year and knows that a repeat will require the Maroons best effort.
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[SUPER=01-Scott Allison/Roanoke Head Men's Soccer Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=......division III team"]
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Roanoke carried the momentum from the ODAC championship all the way to the round of 16 in the NCAA tourney last year.
The maroons, currently ranked 12th in Division III, are hungry to go farther this season.
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[SUPER=01-Darren Eversole/Roanoke Senior Defender; :00]
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[OUT Q=.....prove to everybody"]
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The high school football regular season is history after tonight. Here's the schedule of games for week number 11 with the home team listed on the bottom of each matchup.
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