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Today on News 7 at five, 250 jobs are coming to the region. We'll tell you who is hiring.
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Also the former director of the National D-Day Memorial begins his defense against fraud charges.
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More wet weather on the way as cold rain is the headline for the Friday forecast. Details coming up.

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President Bush has his harshest criticism yet for a member of his own party.
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Plus we will get a dog's eye view of the White House as the first lady introduces Barney Cam.
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Plus some changes coming soon could reduce the long lines at local D-M-V offices.
News 7 at 5 is next.

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((THE BUILDING WILL HOUSE A VIBRANT WELL PAYING MANUFACTURING PROCESS THAT MOVES MARTINSVILLE'S ECONOMY TOWARDS A TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATION.))
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The City of Martinsville looks to a high-tech industry for new jobs. A company that manufactures defense and homeland security products makes a new home in Southside.
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The City of Martinsville is happy to welcome Axiom Technologies to Southside.
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The company announced today they are moving their headquarters to the region. That'll create 250-new jobs. Axiom makes advanced engineered ceramic materials for defense and aerospace products.
Governor Mark Warner and local officials hope this is just the beginning of technology-based companies choosing Southside.
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((GENE TEAGUE/MARTINSVILLE MAYOR; THIS IS ENTIRELY NEW TYPE OF BUSINESS FOR THIS AREA THAT PROVIDES DIVERSIFICATION FROM OUR TRADITIONAL INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTS WE ARE CONVINCED OTHER COMPANIES THAT NEED QUALITY EMPLOYEES LOW COST OF LIVING AND A GREAT QUALITY OF LIFE WILL FOLLOW.))
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Axiom will be based in the former Coca-Cola bottling plant. Officials say renovations to the location and advertising for jobs will begin immediately. The average job pays 14-dollars an hour. Two state grants totaling 500-thousand dollars helped Virginia beat out other states for the project.
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The Governor then made his way to Roanoke to deliver more news.
Today, he made a major announcement at the D-M-V offices in Roanoke.
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Justin McLeod was there and joins us now with the details. Justin?
Jean, if you've been angered by the recent DMV closings, the Governor says he feels your pain.
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The offices in Rocky Mount and Bedford will remain closed however customers may not have to travel to places like here in Roanoke to get the services they need.
Today's announcement comes just months after the state decided to close 12 DMV offices across the state.
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This afternoon, the Governor outlined three service concepts the state will institute after the first of the year.
They include establishing mobile driver licensing teams to travel and provide service to areas affected by office closings.
DMV will also set up license agents in localities impacted by those closings.
The state will call on Treasurer's and Comissioner of Revenues to help with that.
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((GOV. MARK WARNER: SO AS OPPOSED TO HAVING TO COME TO ROANOKE YOU CAN GO TO YOUR TREASURER OR COMMISSIONER OF REVNUE AND GET VIRTUALLY EVERY FUNCTION PERFORMED THAT YOU ARE GETTING PERFORMED AT THIS OFFICE THERE IN YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY SO THAT IS ONE WAY WE HOPE TO PROVIDE SOME RELIEF.))
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The plan is also to increase self help areas in DMV customer service centers.
These do it yourself areas will be equipped with computers and kiosks where you can do simple transactions like vehicle registration and driver licensing transactions.
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On hand for today's announcement were some of the politicians who criticized the closings in the first place.
Speaker Lacey Putney of Bedford said the changes are a good example of making the best of a bad situation.
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As for what the public thinks Jean, some tells us it's better than nothing.
And we'll hear their comments tonight on News 7 at six.

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A federal jury is hearing the "other side of the story" in the fraud trial of former D-Day director Richard Burrow.
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The government says Burrow defrauded the state and two banks of millions of dollars by claiming the war memorial was expecting significant donations in the months before its dedication last year.
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But a prominent Roanoke banker, Warner Dalhouse, testified today that Burrow did nothing wrong in the way he raised funds for the D-Day foundation.
Dalhouse says he also would have sought a short-term bank loan to match a state grant, and that the pledges Burrow listed as collateral for that loan were perfectly legitimate.
D-Day veteran Bob Slaughter also told the jury Burrow "gave his life" to the memorial and he would hire him again for the job.
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Recent comments made by Senator Trent Lott are causing controversy- Today President Bush condemened Lott's comments.

Lott said a segregationist presidential candidate should have won the election in 1948.
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Today President Bush said those comments were offensive and wrong.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: RECENT COMMENTS BY SENATOR LOTT DO NOT REFLECT THE SPIRIT OF OUR COUNTRY, applause.))
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It was highly unusual criticism by Bush of a fellow republican- particularly at a time when Lott is poised to become Senate Majority Leader.
Lott has apologized twice for his comments made a week ago during the 100th birthday tribute to South Carolina Senator Strom Thurmond.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the First Lady visits the child victim of the sniper attacks.
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and we will see how a class at Salem High School is helping its students get on the road to success.
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Cardinal Bernard Law is at the Vatican tonight-
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Sources inside the Vatican say that when the Cardinal meets with the Pope, he will try to resign.
Law offered a resignation back in April, but the Pope refused it.
This time could be different because the state of Massachusetts has turned up the heat.
It's subpoenaed law and several bishops who worked for him.
The grand jury is reportedly looking into possible criminal violations by church officials who supervised priests accused of child sexual abuse.
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It was two months ago that a boy was shot outside his Middle School in Maryland.
He's still in the hospital, but today he got a special visit from First Lady Laura Bush.
The first lady brought a home movie- a dog's eye view of the White House. Aleen Sirgany has more.
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((THIS IS HOW FIRST DOG BARNEY BUSH SEES THE WHITE HOUSE.. IT'S 'LOW-LEVEL' FOOTAGE TO BE CERTAIN, SHOT FROM A DOGGY-CAM OF SORTS, WITH THE PITTER-PATTER OF HIS PAWS PRANCING ACROSS FINELY-POLISHED FLOORS, BARNEY SHOWS OFF SELDOM-SEEN PARTS OF THE HOME HE SHARES WITH THE PRESIDENT. .. INCLUDING A BACKYARD THAT MOST OTHER DOGS WOULD ENVY. SIRGANY: THE CANINE CAM WAS JUST ONE HOLIDAY SURPRISE THE WHITE HOUSE HAD IN STORE FOR SOME SPECIAL KIDS. NOT FAR FROM HERE AT THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL -- THE FIRST LADY REVEALED HOW ONE CHRISTMAS WISH HAS COME TRUE. FIRST LADY LAURA BUSH (leaning to sniper victim) "so glad you're well darling..."
SNIPER SHOOTING VICTIM IRAN �EYE-rahn3/4 BROWN SAT AT MRS. BUSH'S SIDE ....CELEBRATING HIS RECOVERY, TWO MONTHS AFTER BEING SHOT OUTSIDE HIS MARYLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL. HE SMILED, AS THE YOUNGER KIDS QUIZZED THE FIRST LADY ABOUT CHRISTMAS AT HER HOUSE.
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kid - how does santa get into the white house? Laura - "One really good thing about the white house is there are lots of chimneys..so I don't know what chimney santa claus comes down..." "santa came and he has lots of toys" THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL VISIT IS AN ANNUAL TRADITION FOR THE FIRST LADY.....BUT THIS YEAR HAD SOME UNFORGETTABLE HIGHLIGHTS. .... AS BARNEY MADE ANOTHER APPEARANCE...TO THE DELIGHT OF THE KIDS... ...AND 13 YEAR OLD IRAN HAD A CHANCE TO THANK HIS DOCTORS -- FOR GIVING HIM PERHAPS THE GREATEST CHRISTMAS GIFT OF ALL. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS..WASHINGTON. ))

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For someone with a disability using public transportation can seem overwhelming.
That's why Salem high School is giving its special education students a lesson on riding the bus.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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(( This is the first time many of these students have taken Valley Metro.
But learning how to take public transportation could make a difference as they prepare for life after high school. Because of their disabilities some of these students may not be able to get drivers license.
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((THEY COULD FALL THROUGH THE CRACKS. SOME OF THE KIDS I THINK ARE AWARE BUT NOT KNOWING HOW TO RIDE THE BUS OR MAYBE BEING FEARFUL OF RIDING THE BUS THEY MAY NOT GET OUT THERE AND FIND THAT JOB THAT THEY COULD HAVE)) [RUNS14]
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Students are taught Valley Metro's different routes, how to transfer between buses, and what is proper etiquette when riding.
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((IT WAS EASIER THAN I WOULD THOUGHT IT WOULD BE. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS STAND AT THE STOP AND IT WILL COME)) [RUNS06]
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This lesson in transportation is part of the curriculum for special education students at Salem High.
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((ONE OF THE THINGS WE TRY TO DO IS GET THE STUDENTS READY FOR THE WORLD OF WORK AND OF THINGS WE DON'T WANT THEM TO DO IS TO USE AN EXCUSE OF NOT HAVING TRANSPORTATION TO GET TO A JOB. THAT'S PROBABLY ONE OF THE 2ND MOST POPULAR REASON FOR KIDS TO GET FIRED)) [RUNS11]
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One students who is already working says now that he knows taking the busy is so easy, he won't walk to work anymore.
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((I USE TO WALK THREE TO FOUR MILES TO GET HOME EVERYDAY. NOW THAT I LEARNED WHAT I NEED TO DO I'M NOT GOING TO HAVE TO WALK MAYBE A MILE TO GET HOME. IT'S GOING TO MAKE MY LIFE SO MUCH EASIER)) [RUNS09]
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And giving these students every opportunity to succeed is a step forward .
Joy Sutton, News 7. ))

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Today in Sports, we'll tell you about one college's efforts to use a lot of green to steal a Redskin.
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But first we will see what the nation's chief weather forecasters are predicting for this winter.
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Just as it began to recover from last week's ice storms, North Carolina has been hit again.
Power is still out in some parts of the state. To make matters worse, the nation's weather experts are predicting this winter will be a chilly one.
Stacy Case has more from Charlotte.
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(("so this is it? uhuh-- sure is dark in here."
TRACK: IT'S NOT EVEN WINTER YET AND THELMA HART HAS ALREADY BEEN THROUGH ONE OF THE WORST ICE STORMS IN NORTH CAROLINA HISTORY.
SUPER: THELMA HART/WITHOUT ELECTRICITY in the living room and other parts it is very cold we don't have hot water.

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NAT BREAK: "we've been waiting 9 days for this"
TRACK: EVERYONE CAME OUT TO WATCH.

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"we've got to double check this"
TRACK: WHAT THELMA AND HER NEIGHBORS DON'T KNOW IS THERE COULD BE MORE TO COME.

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THE NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION IS OUT WITH ITS NEW WINTER OUTLOOK.
SUPER: BRIG. GENERAL JACK KELLY/NWS DIRECTOR the southern half is going to have more storms.

TRACK: AND YOU CAN THANK EL NINO--- PROLONGED WARM TROPICAL WATERS IN

THE PACIFIC OCEAN THAT TRIGGER A WEATHER CHAIN REACTION. IT MEANS DRIER THAN NORMAL CONDITIONS IN THE NOTHERN ROCKIES AND MID-WEST...BUT MORE WET AND STORMY WEATHER IS EXPECTED TO STRETCH ACROSS THE SOUTH FROM CALIFORNIA TO THE CAROLINAS. THAT'S NO COMFORT THOSE STILL IN THE COLD.

STAND UP: (STACY CASE) workers hope to have power restored to everyone here in Charlotte by Friday night. Still some 90 thousand North Carolinians are waiting for the lights to come back on.

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it will be a blessing to get the power back on

TRACK: AND JUDGING FROM THURSDAY'S PREDICTION--- A BLESSING WHEN

SPRING ARRIVES. SC, CBS NEWS, CHARLOTTE.))

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There's more News 7 at 5 to come.
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Today following Sports, we'll tell you why a new movie out tomorrow could be the end of the Next Generation.
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New information that shows consumers are supporting the economy helped boost the stock market slightly today.
But as Ed Crane tells us it wasn't all good news.
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Good evening everybody. It's been a rough year for the Redskins and and their fans, but apparently not rough enough to send defensive coordinator Marvin Lewis off to the college ranks.
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Monday Lewis told the Redskins he was not going to take the Michigan State head football coaching job. But then the Spartans turned up the heat and offered Lewis a five year deal worth $7 and a half million dollars. Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo also got involved the in push to persuade Lewis to leave the Skins. But late last night the two parties broke off negotiations. A Michigan State official says the job was never formally offered to Lewis.
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In other NFL news this afternoon, Vikings receiver Randy Moss has pled guilty to 2 traffic counts related to pushing a traffic cop with his car in downtown Minneapolis.
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Three other counts including a marijuana charge were dropped as a result of a plea agreement. Moss did not appear in court. He was ordered to pay 1200 dollars in fines and forced to perform 40 hours of community service as a result of the incident which took place on September 24th. Moss has 82 catches for the Vikings this season.
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Roanoke's J-R Reynolds will be in the national spotlight tonight when Oak Hill Academy takes on Akron's St.Vincent/St. Mary, which features the proabable number one pick in the NBA draft, Lebron James.
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The game will have a national television audience. The cameras will be nothing new for James whose games have been broadcast on the pay per view system in Ohio this season. The 6 foot 8, 250 pounder shares a December 30th birthday with Tiger Woods and wears the same jersey number, 23, as Michael Jordan. A local ticket brokerage is selling tickets for tonight's game at Cleveland State University for 100 dollars apiece.
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The Virginia Tech women's team got its 5th win of the season last night at the University of Maryland. One of the big reasons this young team has gelled at this point in the season has been the improved play of sophomore Erin Gibson. The Carroll County native says her comfort level this season is light years from where is was as a freshman.
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The Tech women next play at Liberty Saturday in what should be an excellent game.

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Fans of Star Trek are ready for the next installment in the movie series.
The latest and maybe the last of the Next Generation opens tomorrow.
Manuel Gallegus has more on the end of an era.
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STAR TREK NEMESIS FINDS CAPTAIN PICARD OF THE "ENTERPRISE" FACE TO FACE WITH A DANGEROUS AND BITTER ENEMY - ONE THAT IS EXACTLY LIKE HIM - A YOUNGER, GENETICALLY ENGINEERED CLONE.

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SINCE 1966, STAR TREK HAS BEEN GROWING AT WARP SPEEDA MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR GLOBAL FRANCHISE. BUT IT APPEARS "NEMESIS" WILL BE THE LAST TIME WE SEE THE NEXT GENERATION CREW TOGETHER. ACTOR PATRICK STEWART IS COMFORTABLE SAYING GOODBYE TO PICARD.

-SOT-PATRICK STEWART, CAPTAIN JEAN LUC LICARD

There has been such a cross-fertilization between the actor Patrick Stewart and the character Jean-Luc Picard, in a sense he will always be going with me.
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BRENT SPINER -COMMANDER DATA - IS ALSO READY TO MOVE-ON.

-SOT-BRENT SPINER, COMMANDER DATA

Ive done 178 hours of television and 4 feature films playing that character, its not like I got cheated. Thats enough of anything much less me.
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STILL THE PARTING OF WAYS IS BITTERSWEET FOR THE TIGHT KNIT GROUP OF ACTORS WHO ARE REALLY GOOD FRIENDS OFF THE SET.

-SOT-MARINA SIRTIS. COUNSELOR DEANNA TROY

do you hang out together? Yeah we do, its really sad // at parties were really boring because by the end of the night were sitting together in a little group ignoring everybody else.

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NEMESIS IS LOADED WITH SPECIAL EFFECTS AND CREEPY CHARACTERSAND IF THIS FILM DOES WELL AT THE BOX OFFICE, THE STUDIO MAY DECIDE TO LAUNCH ANOTHER GENERATION ON THE ENTERPRISE. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS, HOLLYWOOD.))


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