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The National D-Day Memorial's former president heads to court to defend himself against federal fraud charges.
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And United Airlines says filing for bankruptcy won't keep planes or passengers grounded.
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[Burrow]


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The federal fraud trial of former D-Day director Richard Burrow is underway in Lynchburg.
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Burrow is accused of mail, wire and bank fraud in his efforts to raise money to build the D-Day Memorial in Bedford.
The government claims he did it to bolster his professional reputation, but Burrow's lawyer says his client's intentions and his actions were honorable.
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[SOT 9:04:29]
[IN Q=We hope they're]

((JOHN LICHTENSTEIN/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: WE HOPE THEY'RE GOING TO SEE HIM AS WE SEE HIM, AS WE BELIEVE IN HIM AND I THINK THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY TO DO THAT.))
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[OUT Q=to do that.]
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Jury selection has taken up most of the morning.
Two prospective jurors had contributed to the Memorial, but none to Burrow's legal defense fund.
Eight others had family who fought in World War Two including two who saw action on D-Day.
The trial is expected to last all week.
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[United]


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United Airlines says flights will continue ... despite filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this morning.
It's the largest bankruptcy filing in aviation history... and one United hopes to emerge from.
Scott Rapoport has more.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Glenn Tilton/United Airlines CEO;]
[SUPER=01-Scott Rapoport/CBS News;]
[RUNS=:00]
[OUT Q=CBS News, NY.]

((MOST OF UNITED'S 1700 FLIGHTS ARE EXPECTED TO FLY AS SCHEDULED TODAY...BUT THIS IS A MONDAY LIKE NO OTHER FOR THE NATION'S 2ND LARGEST AIR CARRIER.

SOT: GLENN/TILTON/UNITED AIRLINES CEO

"THIS MORNING WE FILED IN CHICAGO FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE COURT IN CHAPTER 11 OF THE U.S. BANKRUPTCY CODE."
THE FILING IS BY FAR THE LARGEST AIRLINE BANKRUPTCY EVER...BUT...IT'S ONE THAT MANY ANALYSTS SAW COMING. DEBT PAYMENTS OF ALMOST ONE BILLION DOLLARS ARE DUE THIS WEEK AND OVERALL...UNITED IS ON PACE TO LOSE ABOUT 2.5 BILLION DOLLARS THIS YEAR. THEY BLAME THE SLUMPING ECONOMY, SEPTEMBER 11 AND BAD BUSINESS PLANS.

SOT: TILTON

"WE ARE GOING TO EXAMINE EVERYTHING AND THE BENEFIT OF CHAPTER 11 IS IT GIVES YOU THE TIME AND OPPORTUNITY TO DO SO."
TILTON ADDS THE AIRLINE NEEDS TO CUT COSTS AND ADDRESS THE ISSUE OF COMPETITION FROM LOW COST CARRIERS.
DESPITE THE BANKRUPTCY FILING, UNITED SAYS IT'S CUSTOMERS SHOULD NOTICE NO DIFFERNCES IN SERVICE. BUT IT WILL IMPACT THE CARRIER'S 83 THOUSAND EMPLOYEES. UNITED'S STOCK... WHICH ONCE TRADED FOR A HUNDRED DOLLARS A SHARE...CLOSED FRIDAY AT LESS THAN A DOLLAR A SHARE.
SCOTT RAPOPORT, FOR CBS NEWS NEW YORK))

[John-Snow]


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The chairman and C-E-O of Richmond based C-S-X Corporation will be the next U-S Treasury Secretary.
This morning President Bush named John Snow to replace Paul O'Neill.
C-S-X runs the largest rail freight network in the eastern United States, and posted eight-point-one (b) billion dollars in revenue last year.
Snow was deputy undersecretary at the Transportation Department under President Ford, and served as administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration from 1977 to 1985. Bush fired O'Neill last week.

[Iraq]


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U-N weapons inspectors went back to searching for weapons of mass destruction today ... just as Iraq produced documents saying it doesn't have any.
Diplomats say it make take awhile to review Iraq's 12-thousand page weapons declaration... and even longer to decide if it can be trusted.
Teri Okita has details.
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY;]
[SUPER=01-Kofi Annan/U.N. Secretary General;]
[SUPER=01-Amir Al-Saadi/Saddam Hussein's Advisor;]
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(((LOCATOR: NEW YORK CITY, THIS MORNING)
TRACK: IRAQS 12-THOUSAND PAGE ARMS DECLARATION IS GETTING A THOROUGH REVIEW FROM UNITED NATIONS EXPERTS TODAY. AND NOW, THE U-NS FIVE PERMANENT SECURITY COUNCIL MEMBERS INCLUDING THE U-S WILL GET A CRACK AT THE DOSSIER, TOO. THAT OVERRIDES AN EARLIER DECISION BY THE FULL COUNCIL NOT TO CIRCULATE THE DOCUMENTS.

(Super: Kofi Annan/U.N. Secretary General)
SOT: The council is the master of its own deliberations. If the council

decided to do that, its their right and I will not quibble with it.
TRACK: U-S OFFICIALS ARE EXTREMELY INTERESTED IN WHATS LISTED IN THE DOSSIER BECAUSE, THEY SAY, THEY HAVE THEIR OWN EVIDENCE OF CONTINUING IRAQI WEAPONS PROGRAMS. A TOP AIDE TO SADDAM HUSSEIN HINTED THAT IRAQ ONCE CAME CLOSE TO MAKING A NUCLEAR BOMB BUT SAYS THE DECLARATION SHOWS THEY HAVE NO WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION.

(Super: Amir Al-Saadi/Saddam Husseins advisor) 9:43
SOT: We have the complete documentation, from design to all the other

things. We havent reached the final assembly of a bomb nor tested it.

(LOCATOR: NEAR BAGHDAD)


TRACK: JUST OUTSIDE BAGHDAD, ARMS INSPECTORS CONTINUED THEIR SEARCH OF QUESTIONABLE SITES VISITING A NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTER FOR THE THIRD TIME IN LESS THAN TWO WEEKS. THEY ALSO TRAVELLED TO THE FALLUJAH INSTALLATIONS NORTHWEST OF BAGHDAD A PLACE THE U-S CLAIMS WAS DESTROYED IN A 1998 MILITARY CAMPAIGN BUT REBUILT BY THE IRAQIS TO PRODUCE CHEMICAL WEAPONS.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: The White House says it will hold judgment on Iraqs declaration until officials have a chance to study it thoroughly. But, it says, the burden is NOT on the u-n to prove Iraq has weapons of mass destruction. The burden is on Saddam to prove he doesnt. TO, CBS News, Washington.))

[Smallpox]


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It has been 30 years since the U-S routinely vaccinated children against smallpox.
However, the threat of biological terrorism has the government studying the program again.
Gretchen Carlson has more.
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((When routine innoculations against smallpox ended in the U-S in 1972 ... it seemed modern medicine had eradicated one of the deadliest diseases in the world.
(NAT - clinical trials at Univ. of MD)



(NARR #2)

With the threat of terrorists using the smallpox virus as a biological weapon, researchers are testing the side effects of the shot.

(SOT - Meg Gifford -- Junior, University of Maryland)

"I was pretty miserable for about 2 days."

(NARR #3)

Meg Gifford participated in the University of Maryland study and received her shot several weeks ago. (show scar)

(SOT - Meg Gifford -- Junior, University of Maryland)

"My pock mark took right away and I got a little bit of a fever, it got swollen, the lymph nodes on my left side got swollen."
Physicians say its not the side effects of the vaccination that have changed, but the tolerance of Americans.

(SOT - Dr. William Schaffner -- Infectious Diseases Expert)

"These reactions, this response is exactly, just exactly what we saw 30 and 40 and 50 years ago when we used this vaccine ... we're just more sensitive to adverse reactions now."

(NARR #4)

((GRAPHIC IN)) In fact, historical data shows for every million shots, 2 or 3 people will actually die. ((GRAPHIC OUT))

(NARR # 5)

And now, President Bush must weigh the risks in finalizing his plan.
((GRAPHIC IN)) First to be innoculated; half a million military personnel, and half a million medical workers. Next, 10 million emergency health care and rescue workers. After that, the vaccine would be available to anyone who wants it, with warnings about the risks. ((GRAPHIC OUT))

(SOT -Dr. William Schaffner -- Infectious Disease Specialist)

"Now that we only have intimations of danger, but there's no real disease, a lot of people have questions about whether the pain is worth the gain."

(STAND-UP CLOSE) Gretchen Carlson

But severe smallpox vaccination side effects could be the least of the concerns. Widespread reports say Iraq may already have its hands on a strain of smallpox that's immune to ANY vaccine. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, New York.))


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Coming up after the break, former Attorney General Janet Reno is coming to the Valley. We will tell you why.
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Plus a trial for a man convicted of burning a cross in our area is about to make it to the U-S Supreme Court.
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[Australia-Fires]


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It appears that wildfires are gaining the upper hand on firefighters near Sydney, Australia.
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As winds strengthened today, bush fires flared up to 130 feet high, forcing crews to attack them from the air.
Thousands of weary firefighters worked through the night last night, making fire lines and eliminating dry brush.

The fire has burned more than 250-thousand acres since Wednesday and destroyed about 40 homes in the outskirts of Sydney.
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[Cross-Burning]


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This week, the U-S Supreme Court will hear a case of a Pennsylvania man convicted of setting fire to a cross in Carroll county. Andrew Cohen has more.
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[SUPER=01-William Hurd/Virginia Solicitor General; :25]
[SUPER=01-Rodney Smolla/Univ. of Richmond Law School; :55]
[SUPER=01-David Baugh/Barry Black's Attorney; 1:12]
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(( Los Angeles/1983

(file VO of burning crosses)

Cross-burning as a symbol of racial hatred and fear is still a part of the American landscape despite state laws that prohibit the practice.

(VO of Black in court)

So when Barry Black torched a cross at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Virginia in 1998, he also re-ignited a constitutional clash between freedom of speech and freedom from fear. And now his case has made it to the US Supreme Court. William Hurd, who will argue the case for Virginia this week, says the law properly makes it a crime to burn a cross with an intent to intimidate.

SOT William Hurd�Virginia Solicitor General:

PEOPLE DON'T BURN CROSSES BECAUSE THEY ARE OPPOSED TO, SAY, CHRISTIANITY. THEY BURN CROSSES BECAUSE THAT SYMBOL HAS COME TO BE UNDERSTOOD IN OUR SOCIETY AS A THREAT OF BODILY HARM.
But the Court has a long history of protecting symbolic speech. A decade ago the Justices struck down a cross-burning l
aw in Minnesota. And

University of Richmond law professor Rodney Smolla, who is arguing the case for Black, says hateful speech still deserves Constitutional protection:

SOT Rodney Smolla�Univ. of Richmond Law School:

NO STATE CAN MAKE A JUDGMENT THAT ANY SYMBOL OR SET OF WORDS IS SO DANGEROUS THAT TO DISPLAY IT OR TO SAY THOSE WORDS IS A CRIME.
Another of Black's attorneys, David Baugh, sees a larger picture.
SOT-David Baugh�Attorney for Barry Black

THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES IS A WALL BETWEEN THE CITIZENS AND THE UNITED STATES... THIS KLANSMAN AND I ARE ON THE SAME SIDE OF THE WALL AND IF IT COMES DOWN SO THEY CAN GET TO HIM IT CAN COME DOWN SO THEY CAN GET TO ME.
But William Hurd says cross-burning is intended to frighten and intimidate...not express an opinion.

SOT HURD: IF SOMEONE WAKES UP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT AND THEY SEE A CROSS BURNING ON THEIR LAWN THEY ARE GOING TO C

ALL THE POLICE... IF THEY SEE A BURNING CIRCLE OR SQUARE, THEY'LL PROBABLY CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT INSTEAD.
Andrew Cohen�CBS News Legal Analyst Stand up Close: The Justices this term have not shied away from tough issues. This case may force them to make one of their toughest decisions yet. AC, CBS News, New York.))

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Boston's embattled Cardinal is meeting with Vatican officials today.
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It's still not clear why Cardinal Bernard (BUR-nurd) Law is in Rome.
There's speculation he's seeking advice on filing bankruptcy OR talking about stepping down.
The archdiocese gave him permission to file for bankruptcy ... to settle hundreds of lawsuits stemming from allegations of sexual abuse.
Law has been criticized for his handling of the church's sex abuse scandal.
On Sunday, 400 people protested outside the cathedral where he typically celebrates mass.
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Former Attorney General Janet Reno is coming to Roanoke for a presidential inauguration ... the president of Hollins University. Reno will be the featured speaker when Nora Kizer Bell is sworn in as Hollins' 10th president February 20th.
Doctor Bell has been at the helm since July, but the ceremony will coincide with the university's annual Founder's Day celebration. Janet Reno served as U-S Attorney General for almost eight years in the Clinton administration.
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Still to come on the newscast, Virginia Tech and U-V-A accept bowl invitations. We'll see where the teams are heading today in Sports.
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But first, a local church says it will have to postpone its homecoming a little bit longer.
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[Lexington-Presbyterian]


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Lexington Presbyterian Church has had to postpone moving back into its sanctuary a little longer. After a fire more than two years ago, it wanted to move back this weekend. Justin McLeod has more.
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((((NAT SOUND OF HYMN FOR THREE SECONDS))
These days the congregation here at Lexington Presbyterian worships in its fellowship hall.
It will continue that way until the end of the year because the new sanctuary is not ready.
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((REV. BILL KLEIN: THERE IS SEVERAL THINGS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN COMPLETED.))
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[OUT Q=been completed]


Workers still need to finish a wall, install carpeting, put in new risers for the choir and paint some of the exterior.
The new chandeliers are delayed but should arrive sometime this week.
And then there's the cleanup of all this dust.
[SOT 5:23]
[IN Q=We've missed it]

((MIKE STRICKLER/CHURCH MEMBER: WE'VE MISSED IT A LOT BUT COMING IN AND SEEING THE SAMENESS YET A FEW CHANGES WHICH HAVE BEEN KINDA OF NICE.))
[Runs= 07]
[OUT Q=kinda of nice]


Changes that include a new stairway leading to the balcony.
The ceiling no longer sags and the church decided to upgrade the electrical and sound system.
But most of what you see here looks exactly like it did before the fire that destroyed the church's roof, steeple, and sanctuary.
[SOT 32:30]
[IN Q=The target date]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE TARGET DATE FOR NOW RE-OPENING THE CHURCH IS SUNDAY JANUARY 5TH. IN MANY WAYS, THE SERVICE WILL BE LIKE ANY OTHER ON A SUNDAY. THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS THAT THE CONGREGATION WILL GATHER HERE ON THE SIDEWALK AND THEN WALK-IN TOGETHER INTO THE NEW SANCTUARY.))
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[OUT Q=into the new sanctuary]

((NAT SOUND OF SERVICE))
As that opening date approaches, anticipation is growing here among the congregation.
[SOT 2:25]
[IN Q=While people are excited]

((REV. BILL KLEIN: WHILE PEOPLE ARE EXCITED ABOUT MOVING BACK HERE, THEY REALIZE IT'S BEEN VERY GOOD FOR OUR CONGREGATION TO BACK IN THE FELLOWSHIP HALL TOGETHER.))
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[OUT Q=fellowship hall together]


Together they'll leave the fellowship hall and ring in the new year in the new sanctuary. ((NAT SOUND OF BELLS))
Justin McLeod, News 7, Lexington.))
Weather Steve Does Weather

[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN 110 points. The NASDAQ has dropped 40.

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Coming up in sports...
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Micheal Vick looks a little more human as the Falcons get crushed by Tampa Bay.
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[S-Bowls]


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The Hokies are heading west for the holidays.
Virginia Tech will meet Air Force in the inaugural Diamond Walnuts San Francisco Bowl on New Year's Eve.
Coach Frank Beamer was in Florida recruiting yesterday, but he did take time to weigh in on the matchup on the bowl's conference call.
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As for Virginia, the Cavaliers will meet up with West Virginia in the Continental Tire Bowl.
The Mountaineers were 3 and 8 last season before going 9 and 3 this year.
Virginia finished the year at 8 and 5 and had a six-game winning streak at one point.
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The Continental Tire Bowl is set for Charlotte's Ericsson Stadium on Saturday, December 28th at 11 am.

[S-BCS]


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And the BCS bowl games are now set as well.
Miami and Ohio State will fight it out in the Fiesta Bowl.
In the Sugar Bowl, ACC champion Florida State matches up with the SEC's best in the Georgia Bulldogs.
[Take PINNACLE #6154EssC]


And in the grandaddy of them all, the Rose Bowl, the Pac-10 champion Washington State Cougars will draw the top team in the Big 12, the Oklahoma Sooners.
Finally, the Orange Bowl will pit two Heisman contenders in quarterbacks Carson Palmer and Brad Banks. USC and Iowa will lock horns in that one.
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The Michael Vick Express was derailed yesterday in Tampa as the Bucs shut down the Falcons, to take control of the NFC South.
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[SUPER=03-Tampa, FL/Fox Sports; :00]


The heat was on all day long as Tampa Bay sacked Vick twice and picked him off once, Bucs quarterback Brad Johnson was the real star yesterday, throwing for 276 yards and four touchdowns.
[SUPER=30-Atlanta/10/Tampa Bay/34/;]


Vick did have a touchdown toss to Alge Crumpler.
He rushed for just 15 yards on five carries and the Bucs knock off the Falcons 34 to 10.
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[Gingerbread-House]


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Finally today, some hungry people probably want to bring down the house for one local competition.
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The Salem-Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce Foundation is hosting the first annual gingerbread house competition.
Twenty five entries make up this year's competition from professionals and amateurs to school kids.
The winner will be determined by silent auction-- with proceeds going to help pay for recent renovations to the foundation's new facility.
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[SOT 1:43:08]
[IN Q=We're needing to retire]

((DEBBIE KAVITZ/SALEM-ROANOKE CO. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: WE'RE NEEDING TO RETIRE THE DEBT. WE HAVE ABOUT A 145 TO 148-THOUSAND LEFT TO GO AND THE SILENT AUCTION FOR THE WINNERS ON THE GINGERBREAD HOUSE COMPETITION WILL GO TOWARDS THAT PROJECT.))
[SUPER=01-Debbie Kavitz/Salem-Roanoke Co. Chamber of Commerce]
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[OUT Q=towards that project]
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You can bid on the gingerbread houses until Thursday at noon at the Carriage House located in Salem's Longwood Park.

The winners of the competition will be announced next Friday on News 7 at five.
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