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Coming up on News 7-
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Pittsylvania County investigators make more progress in the murders of a local father and son. Five people are dead after a California man opens fire on his family. A painful weekend on the gridiron for Virginia Tech and U-V-A.
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Plus, another warm day ahead. News 7 is next.

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A third arrest is made in the murders of a father and son in Pittsylvania County.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Keeling-Arrest]


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Three people are behind bars tonight in connection with last week's double homicide.
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[TAKE FULLER BOARD FS 4034 EssC] 19- year old Rodney Fuller of Danville was the third person to be arrested.
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[SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co./October 30]

He's charged with first degree murder in the death of 25 year old Charles J. Lewis-- who's body was found at a home in Keeling on the morning of October 30th. Lewis' father, 51 year old Julian Clifton Lewis, Junior died a short time later of a gunshot wound.
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[TAKE TERESA LEWIS BOARD FULL 4043EssC] Yesterday-- two people were charged in Julian's death-- including his wife, Teresa. [TAKE SHALLENBERGER BOARD FS 4044EssC] Deputies also arrested and charged 22 year old Matthew Jesse Shallenberger of Danville.
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All three suspects are being held without bond.
Investigators have yet to release a motive in the case.


[D-Day]


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One of the key players behind the D-Day Memorial says he's surprised and disappointed.
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Byron Dickson designed the memorial and is currently owed nearly 870-thousand dollars.
On Friday, the D-Day Foundation filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy to protect the monument from creditors while it struggles with a massive debt.
The foundation sought protection when its creditors continued to push for a regular payment agreement.
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((BYRON DICKSON/DICKSON ARCHITECTS: IT'S BEEN A LONG TRIP SINCE JUNE A YEAR AGO WHEN THE FACILITY WAS DEDICATED, WE'VE COME A LONG WAY IN TRYING TO RECOVER OUR FEES. DISAPPOINTMENT? I THINK YOU GET A LITTLE NUMB TO DISAPPOINTMENT.))
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Dickson also says he was surprised the foundation filed for bankruptcy since the memorial has trimmed its 7-million dollar debt to about 4 million dollars.
Regardless, Dickson says he has no regrets about getting involved in the project.
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[IN Q=The project could]

((BYRON DICKSON: THE PROJECT COULD GO TOTALLY DOWN THE TUBES I GUESS AT THIS POINT AND I WOULD STILL HAVE SOME GREAT MEMORIES OF THE GUYS, THE D-DAY VETERANS, I LEARNED SO MUCH FOR THEM, THE OPPORTUNITY TO REACH OUT AND TOUCH HISTORY, IT WAS A FANTASTIC EXPERIENCE.))
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The company that built the memorial, Coleman Adams Construction, is also owed 1.6 million dollars.
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[Iraq]


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President Bush says Iraq must allow inspectors immediate and unrestricted access to every site, every document and every person. In his weekly radio address-- the president also said the U-S won't tolerate any delays by Saddam Hussein. Randall Pinkston has more.
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It seemed like a "natural" place for a parade.
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((SIRENS, SIRENS, SIRENS))
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The first annual Liberty Weekend Parade went off without a hitch this morning in Natural Bridge. Organizers say there were about thirty entrants in the event, which was held to honor military veterans.
The event featured a variety of floats including one from the Natural Bridge Monster Museum. Miss Rockbridge County was also on hand and of course there were plenty of veterans present. A reception took place after the parade at the Natural Bridge Hotel.
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[Elderly-Veterans]


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An event in Roanoke also honored our elderly veterans.
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"Home Instead Senior Care" held its fourth annual "Countrywide Companionship" program.
Volunteers visited several area nursing homes including Our Lady of the Valley in Roanoke.
They presented a musical program that featured several patriotic songs and readings.
Each veteran or relative of one received a special God Bless America arm band.
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[Greenbrier]


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It seems the Greenbrier Resort just can't make it back on top.
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The hotel has failed for the third straight year to regain its five-star status in a national travel guide.
The Mobil Travel Guide has given the West Virginia resort four out of five stars in its 2003 editions.
The Greenbrier had been rated a five-star resort for nearly four decades before losing that distinction in 2000.
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Still to come on News 7 at 11, the road turns out to be treacherous for U-V-A and Virginia Tech, as both suffer painful losses. We'll have highlights in sports...
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and last week's earthquake in Alaska is paying off some dividends to researchers thousands of miles away. That story is just ahead.
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The number of children being home schooled is expected to grow by 15 to 20- percent a year in the United States.
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The number of businesses catering to parents who home school their children is also on the rise. The Baltimore based "Calvert School" is one such company taking advantage of a rapidly growing market. The company offers a program that costs about 600- dollars per student, per year.
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[SUPER=01-Jean Halle/Calvert School CEO; ]

((YOU GET A BOX. WHEN YOU GET YOUR BOX IT SAYS, HERE'S HOW TO SET UP YOUR HOME CLASSROOM. HERE'S YOUR TEXTBOOK. HERE'S YOUR SUPPLIES. HERE'S YOUR LESSON MANUAL. EVERYTHING YOU NEED IS IN THAT BOX. ))
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In the United States-- an estimated one million children are currently home schooled by their parents.
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[CA-Murder-Suicide]


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Authorities say a man shot and killed his estranged wife and three young sons before turning the gun on himself.

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The shooting happened in Yuba City, California-- that's about 40- miles north of Sacramento. The couple's ten- year old and two- year old daughters were able to escape out the back of the house. The man was apparently distraught over the breakup of his marriage.
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[AK-Quake]


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The earthquake that rocked Alaska last weekend is providing a wealth of information around the world. Vince Gonzales has more on what researchers hope to learn.
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((The massive 7.9 earthquake that struck Alaska last Sunday buckled highways, split some roads right down the center line, briefly shut down the Alaskan Oil Pipeline...and shook up researchers.

(SOT/DR. LUCY JONES, USGS) THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY IS GOING NUTS. THERE'S EMAIL GOING AROUND THE WORLD. WE'RE SETTING

UP WEBSITES TO SHARE DATA, ALL THE GEOLOGISTS ARE WANTING TO RUN OUT THERE AT LEAST IF THEY CAN TAKE THE 20-BELOW WEATHER.
But scientists may not have to head to the Arctic. (GFX)The quake's vibrations shot across the country. It was felt nearly 4,000 miles away in Alabama...and caused ground-water levels in the Mid-West and on the East Coast to drop. Ocean-like waves appeared on lakes in Louisiana (END GFX)and boats in Galveston, Texas were tossed around.

(SOT/TOM LOBER) JUST LOOKED LIKE TOYS IN A BATHTUB.


Several broke free of their moorings.

(SOT/TOM LOBER/ Boat Owner) IT'S RATED AT 28,000 POUNDS BREAKING STRENGTH AND IT JUST POPPED LIKE IT WAS STRING.


The same kind of waves struck a Seattle houseboat community.

(SOT/DEBRA BOYER/Houseboat resident) THE HOUSES WERE CRASHING INTO THE DOCKS, INTO THE PILINGS AND THE ARMS WERE BREAKI

NG OFF. SO WE KNEW SOMETHING DIFFERENT WAS HAPPENING.
Scientists say something different DID happen...the Alaskan seismic waves triggered a swarm of new, smaller quakes in Yellowstone National Park and Northern California.

(SOT/DR. LUCY JONES, USGS) WE'VE RECOGNIZED-- SAY IN THE LAST TEN YEARS-- THE ABILITY OF THE VERY BIGGEST EARTHQUAKES--

ONES LIKE THIS-- MAGNITUDES 7 OR 8-- TO TRIGGER EARTHQUAKES HUNDREDS OF MILES AWAY OR IN THIS CASE, EVEN THOUSANDS.
the "trigger effect" was first documented ten years ago when a 7.3 quake in the California desert set off tremors in Yellowstone...800 miles away. The Alaska data confirms those earlier observations and may help authorities prepare for quakes in heavily-populated areas.

(SOT/DR. LUCY JONES, USGS) THE ALASKAN EARTHQUAKE IS THE PERFECT ANALOG FOR THE "BIG ONE" WE EXPECT IN CALIFORNIA.


VINCE GONZALES´┐ŻCBS NEWS By studying the "big ones" scientists may be able to one day predict the smaller quakes they trigger...the trouble is they're no closer to predicting the "big ones" in the first place. Vince Gonzales CBS News, Los Angeles))

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While we were enjoying mild weather today, parts of the West were gearing up for the ski season.
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The same storm system that has been bringing rain and high surf to the Pacific Northwest coastline, is now dumping snow in the highlands of Oregon and Colorado. Mount Hood has not received enough snow to open their slopes just yet, but that didn't stop everyone. The storm has dropped 4 to 6 inches of snow in some parts, but is expected to drop up to 2 feet before it passes.
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No snow ahead for our area, but there is a chance for rain. Brent is just ahead with the warm forecast...
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and also, it's not too late to catch the fireworks of fall here at home. We'll take a drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway after the break.
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You can still catch one of the largest holiday fundraisers in the valley.
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The Junior League of the Roanoke Valley is putting on the 14th Annual Stocked Market at the Salem Civic Center. Its attracts more than 15-thousand shoppers every year, looking for that perfect holiday gift or just a gadget for the household from more than 100- vendors. And for about 30 women, planning the four day event almost never ends.
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((KATIE STEVENS/"STOCKED MARKET" CO-CHAIR; THE STOCKED MARKET ENDS ON SUNDAY, AND WE'LL BE PLANNING THE NEXT STOCKED MARKET FOR 2003 ON MONDAY. SO IT IS REALLY A YEAR LONG PROCESS FOR THE JUNIOR LEAGUE VOLUNTEERS.))
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The Stocked Market continues through tomorrow,
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[TAKE PROFILE PROMO BOARD FS] plus, we'll have more on the people that make it work in our Virginia Profile, tomorrow on News 7 Sunday Morning.
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[Fall-Foliage]


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Autumn is slowly fading into winter. But it's not too late to appreciate the colors of the season. In this week's Time Off Shannon Young unlocks the mystery of fall.
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((Late every year, Mother Nature swipes her paintbrush over the Virginia landscape and the hillsides erupt in vivid hue. The Parkway becomes a corridor of color, a gateway to rainbow-stained vistas, an alley of allure. It is Autumn, when chemical meets magical to turn the most ordinary of trees briefly, extraordinary.
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[IN Q=The chlorofill is green...]

((JASON HEIZER/ARBORIST: THE CHLOROPHYLL IS GREEN IN COLOR AND ACTUALLY MASKS THE NATURAL COLOR OF THE LEAVES AND, AS FALL APPROACHES, THE COLOR BEGINS TO DECREASE ALLOWING NATURAL COLOR TO SHOW THROUGH, WHICH IS TYPICALLY YELLOW.))
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[IN Q=The oranges and reds in the leaves...]

((JASON HEIZER: THE ORANGES AND REDS IN THE LEAVES ARE WHEN SUGARS GET TRAPPED WITHIN THE LEAVES AND HELPS THAT COLOR TO COME ABOUT.))
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Nature prepares her canvas months in advance. Rainstorms as far back as Spring help determine the intensity of her dyes.
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((JASON HEIZER: IT COULD BE A BRIGHT RED, A DULL PINK OR EVEN YELLOW. DEPENDS ON THE WEATHER CONDITIONS AND HOW STRESSED THE TREE IS,))
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[OUT Q=and how stressed the tree is.]
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[IN Q=I expected this year to be a dud...]

((JASON HEIZER: I EXPECTED THIS YEAR TO BE A DUD FROM THE DROUGHT. FORTUNATELY, WE RECEIVED SOME RAIN LATE IN THE FALL AND WE HAD WARM, SUNNY DAYS AND MILD EVENINGS.))
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[OUT Q=sunny days and mild evenings.]

The result is a visual feast, a gift to be enjoyed in the moment. For the real magic of fall is that as quickly as it's glory flares, it fades, allowing its earthly artist another year in which to fashion her next masterpiece.
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[IN Q=It signifies a new season...]

((JASON HEIZER: IT SIGNIFIES A NEW SEASON, SOMETHING DIFFERENT. IT STARTS GETTING YOU IN THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT AND IT'S JUST ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL.))
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[OUT Q=it's just absolutely beautiful.]

Shannon Young, News 7, Roanoke County.))

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Coming up in sports, Tech and UVa lose on the road, top ranked Oklahoma falls as well, and Greg Biffle wraps up the Busch series title and the Express hopes to avoid getting nailed at the Roundhouse, but first in tonight's extra point,
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Michael Jordan played 31 minutes tonight scoring 12 points in the Wizards 93-79 win over Cleveland. Jerry Stackhouse led the Wiz with 27 points on the night as Washington improves to 4 and 3. [go to scores] [go to break]
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The Virginia Tech Hokies found a passing game today as Ernest Wilford set a Big East receiving record, and Bryan Randall threw for 504 yards and 5 TD's. But the end result was another loss, in three overtimes as the Hokies defense ran out of gas at Syracuse.
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The Hokie Bird was busy thanks to Wilford, who had 8 catches for 279 yards and four touchdowns including this 32 yarder that gave the Hokies a 21-15 lead in the third quarter.
The Cuse went back ahead early in the 4th quarter. Walter Reyes scored his 3rd TD of the game and it was 28-21.
But Randall and Wilford went back to work again. The two hookup for an 87 yard pass play. The scoring strike tied things up with 7 and a half minutes left.
The Hokies Carter Warley had a chance to win it with a 47 yard field goal, but it comes up just short and we're headed to overtime.
Warley then had another shot for the win. And he missed again.
In the third extra session, Damien Rhodes gave the Orange the go ahead score on a 25 yard run. Bryan
[SUPER=36-Virginia Tech #7/42/Syracuse/50/;]

Randall then was picked off on the Hokies very next play and Syracuse pulls the upset of 7th ranked Tech 50 to 42 in three overtimes.
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The Virginia Cavaliers have also lost two straight after today's setback against Penn State in Happy Valley.
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JoePa and the Nittany Lions remembered losing to the Hoos last season at Scott Stadium and today they returned the favor.
But it was the Cavs who jumped out front first. Matt Schaub found Heath Miller on a 1 yard TD toss and UVA led it 7-nothing.
It was all downhill from there though. Zack Mills ties things up with this 14 yard toss to Casey Williams. It was 21-7 in the 4th quarter and the Lions pull out all the stops. On the fake field goal, third string quarterback Chris Ganter finds daylight for 30 yards and a touchdown.
[SUPER=36-Virginia/14/Penn State #19/35/;]

Larry Johnson then added a six yard score. Virginia rushed for just 30 yards on the day and Penn State beats up on the Cavaliers 35 to 14.
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The Ferrum Panthers played their home finale this afternoon against Salisbury on Senior Day.
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It was also Hall of Fame day as Wake Forest coach and former Ferrum linebacker Jim Grobe was inducted as part of the new class.
Robbie Peshkevich got Salisbury on the board rushing in from 15 yards out and the Seagulls led it 7 to 3.
Ferrum then went to the air. Kevin Embick connects with Gary Buchanan who hauls it in for a first down to setup this.
Embick rolls out and hits Buchanan again--this time for 6 and Ferrum was back on top 10-7.
But the Gulls had too much offense. Dustin Johnson pitches to Reggie Boyce who
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takes it to the house. Salisbury goes on to beat Ferrum 30 to 13.
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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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Top ranked Oklahoma was bitten by the upset bug today at Texas A&M. The Sooners say see ya later to the top spot thanks to three TD passes from the Aggies Reggie McNeal. A&M knocks off Oklahoma 30 to 26.
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In Lexington, a fantastic finish between Kentucky and LSU. The Wildcats had just kicked a field goal to take the lead, but on the game's final play the Tigers Marcus Randall throws the hail mary that gets tipped around before Devery Henderson hauls it in for a touchdown. LSU escapes with a 33-30 win.
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And speaking of escapes, Notre Dame needed a late TD pass from Carlyle Holliday to hold off Navy. It was the Irish over the Middies 30 to 23.
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Michael Vick and the Atlanta Falcons hope to run their winning streak to five with a win at Pittsburgh tomorrow. For Vick, he's excited about the Week 10 matchup and his first trip to Heinz Field.
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The Express entertained the Wheeling Nailers tonight at the Roundhouse in the first of two meetings between the two Northern Conference teams this season.
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We pick it up in the first period. Wheeling's Zenon Konopka scores on the deflection past Sebastian Leplante and the Nailers were on the board 1-nothing.
Nailers tender Mike Valley had a tough time with this shot off the stick of Chad Muzurak, but he eventually cleared the puck to keep things at 1-nil.
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Jason Jaffray ripped this shot on goal later in the period, but he can't find the net. The Nailers and Express were tied at 2 at the end of regulation. Wheeling took the shootout 2-nothing and the game 3-2.
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On the track today, Scott Wimmer won the battle, but Greg Biffle won the war in Phoenix.
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Wimmer got past Biffle at lap 186 and cruised all the way to victory lane for his third win of the season. But by (------------) finishing third, Biffle wrapped up the Busch Series championship to go with his 2000 Truck Series title.