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Coming up on News 7- An Amherst County man is killed during an alleged dispute with his uncle.
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A fast-moving virus leaves its mark on computer systems around the world. The latest from Lexington where V-M-I is preparing to literally roll out the red carpet.
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Plus, Brent says enjoy tomorrow after that a return to colder temperatures. News 7 is next.




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A fast-spreading virus leaves scores of Americans unable to check their e-mail-- but the F-B-I says the problem was much more serious than that.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Internet]


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An Internet attack launched today is infecting tens of thousands of corporate and government computers. The virus- like worm clogged the Internet and shut-down networks-- including those that oversee some A-T-M machines. Jennifer Miller has more.
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[SUPER=01-Stephen Sabludowsky/Internet Consultant; :28]
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[SUPER=01-Larry Magid/CBS Computer Analyst; :52]
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((
FOR SEVERAL HOURS SATURDAY, BUYING A BOOK ... PLANNING A TRIP (NAT) ... OR SIMPLY GETTING MAIL WAS SLOW-GOING FOR MILLIONS OF INTERNET USERS AROUND THE WORLD. THE CULPRIT -- A FAST-SPREADING, VIRUS-LIKE INFECTION THAT OVERWHELMED COMPUTER SERVERS ... AND CAUSED GLOBAL MAYHEM FOR WEB BROWSERS AND EMAIL DELIVERY. THE ELECTRONIC INVADER HAS BEEN DUBBED "SAPPHIRE" AND "SLAMMER". BUT WHATEVER IT'S CALLED, THE RESULTS ARE THE SAME.

(SOT: STEPHEN SABLUDOWSKY/INTERNET CONSULTANT)

"When servers go down, the websites go down and people get quite angry because they don't know what the problem is."

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EXPERTS SAY SATURDAY'S VIRUS-LIKE ATTACK IS SIMILAR TO THE CODE RED VIRUS THAT STRUCK THE INTERNET IN THE SUMMER OF 200E OF A KNOWN FLAW IN POPULAR MICROSOFT SOFTWARE.

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THE FLAW ALLOWS HACKERS TO SEIZE CONTROL OF CORPORATE DATABASE SERVERS.

(SOT: LARRY MAGID/CBS COMPUTER ANALYST)

"Well it's estimated about 22-thousand servers were affected ...It's enough to have some impact on traffic."
AND ON YOUR WALLET. THE COMPUTER WORM WOUND ITS WAY INTO SYSTEMS USED BY BANK OF AMERICA ... SHUTTING DOWN SERVICE TO SOME OF THE BANK'S 13-THOUSAND ATM'S. ITS FAR REACHING TENTACLES ALSO TAMPERED WITH FEDERAL AGENCIES, EVEN THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT. THE FBI IS INVESTIGATING, BUT THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS MAY NOT DETERMINE THE SCOPE OF THE DAMAGE FOR DAYS. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

[Amherst-Murder]


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Amherst County authorities have charged a man with murdering his nephew.
Deputies were called to Blue Ridge Lane in Monroe just after eleven last night. There they found 31- year old Jeffrey Wilson Thorne dead of an apparent gunshot wound. The victim's uncle - 39- year old David Lee Bryan is charged with murder.
Authorities say the two were intoxicated when Thorne became violent and began damaging the house. Investigators say Bryan then went to the rear of the home and got a 22 caliber rifle and shot Thorne one time.
Bryan is being held without bond.


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Two planes collided over a Colorado neighborhood yesterday killing all five people aboard.
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Seven people on the ground were also hurt-- after the collision scattered debris across an eight block area in the Denver neighborhood. The debris actually flattened one of the homes where the tail of a single engine plane can be seen poking through what remains of the house. Four people were inside of the home-- but managed to escape before the plane exploded.
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[VMI-RATS]


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It's a big weekend for first year students at V-M-I.
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Today is the day that Rats officially become fourth class or freshmen.
It's a ritual that once completed means a cadet is accepted into the V-M-I family.
But getting there takes several hours of intense physical effort.
One obstacle has cadets pushing a bus across a field.
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((KEN WHITE/DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS: THEY DEFINITELY HAVE TO BE IN SHAPE TO GET THIS DONE. IT IS VERY PHYSICAL, THERE'S NO QUESTION ABOUT IT. THEY HAVE TO BE IN SHAPE AND THE RATS ARE IN OUTSTANDING SHAPE NOT ONLY THROUGH THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES THEY TAKE BUT THE PHYSICAL TRAINING ON THEIR OWN.))
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Break-out ends with a ceremony where the RATS become full fledged cadets.
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[Gods-Generals]


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V-M-I also witnessed plenty of other activity today. The military school is getting ready to host its own big movie premier. Justin McLeod has more from Lexington.
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((((NAT SOUND OF HELICOPTER LANDING AT 24:39))
The History Channel has landed in on the campus for VMI for the weekend.
They're here to film an upcoming episode of History vs. Hollywood.
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((COL. KEITH GIBSON/VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE: AND OF COURSE COMING TO VMI BECAUSE HISTORICALLY THIS IS WHERE SO MUCH OF THAT FILM ORIGINATED.))
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That film is Gods and Generals.
It's a prequel to the movie "Gettsyburg."
More than a year ago, film makers used the campus of VMI as backdrops for several scenes in the civil war movie.
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((COL. KEITH GIBSON: IT WAS VERY IMPORTANT FOR THE DIRECTOR RON MAXWELL OF GODS AND GENERALS TO BE ABLE TO FILM ON THE ACTUAL HISTORIC SITES, PARTICULARLY ONE SO RECOGNIZABLE AS VMI.))
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And for that reason, the Virginia premiere for the movie will take place here at VMI.
It is a black tie gala scheduled for February 13th.
The film's director and some of the actors plan to attend.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: IN MANY WAYS THIS WILL BE TREATED LIKE A HOLLYWOOD EVENT. THERE WILL BE A RED CARPET HERE ON THE ROADWAY LEADING UP TO JACKSON MEMORIAL HALL WHERE THE ACTUAL SCREENING WILL TAKE PLACE. THAT EVENT IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT BUT THERE WILL BE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE PUBLIC TO GATHER OUT HERE TO MEET AND GREET THE STARS.))
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((NAT SOUND OF COLONEL TALKING ABOUT THE SCREEN AT 11:43))
Nearly 500-hundred people will actually be inside for the screening.
Preparations are already underway to convert this historic building into a movie theater.
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((COL. KEITH GIBSON: IT'S A SORT OF A HISTORY MAKING EVENT FOR PREMIERES IN VIRGINIA. THIS WILL BE THE FIRST TIME I UNDERSTAND THAT A PREMIERE IN VIRGINIA WILL USE A DIGITAL FORMAT AS OPPOSED TO PHYSICAL FILM.))
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It is a film that's getting a lot of attention on the big screen and soon the small one.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Lexington.))

[Superbowl-Security]


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Super Bowl 37 kicks off around 6:30 tomorrow evening, but the game plan that will be more scrutinized that the two teams' will be the home defense measures taken by the U-S Government. Chris Lawrence has more from San Diego.
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((When the sun goes down, San Diego wakes up and 100,000 people pack into a few blocks downtown.
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The Super Bowl parties go on until all hours, and even though you may not see them ..police are there patrolling every block. Security is even tighter around the stadium. Only ticket holders can get anywhere near it, and even they aren't allowed to park there. Bomb-sniffing dogs have been out each day. And everyone has to pass through one of the 90 metal detectors.
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"But some say security has gone too far, especially when it comes to Super Bowl workers." Federal agents have added the names of 1,000 workers to a list of people they're screening for immigration violations. In Operation Game Day, the INS has already arrested 69 people, mostly cab drivers and security workers. About half had criminal records, ranging from robbery to domestic violence.
(JORDAN BUDD/ACLU LEGAL DIRECTOR)

"The INS has acknowledged that not a single person has been detained they have any basis to suspect of terrorist activity." The ACLU says if the government was so concerned about security, why limit the searches only to immigrants?
(BUDD)

"They're just rounding up immigrants in the name of national security. Perhaps to give the appearance of doing something, when in fact they're making no one any safer, and succeeding only in scapegoating the immigrant community." But federal agents say it's making the event safer.
(SPECIAL AGENT BILL GORE/FBI)

"If this person's involved with security for one of the major national events of this country, the Super Bowl, and they've violated the law well, I think that poses a legitimate security concern and should be addressed." The agency is still searching for 40 more workers, and may not finish its plan by game time. Chris Lawrence CBS News San Diego.))
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Still ahead on News 7 at 11, she was implicated in the Whitewater scandal, but kept quiet. Now Susan McDougal is telling all in a new book.
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plus, these women were getting behind the wheel for the first time, and getting a taste of freedom.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, folks. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up in just a few, we'll throwdown with the 16th annual SunTrust Classic, the Hokies try not to get blown away by the Red Storm, and Duke and Maryland post ACC wins. Plus, words from Brad Johnson on the eve of the Super Bowl. All that and more on the way in sports.))

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Some excitement surrounded U-N arms inspectors today and it had nothing to do with searching for weapons of mass destruction.
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In two separate incidents two men tried to enter the inspectors' compound. One Iraqi man, who appeared to be in his twenties, was carrying three knives and a piece of metal as he tried to enter. Later, as inspectors were preparing to leave, a man dashed in front of a U-N vehicle with a notebook. He then frantically shouted "Save Me," in both Arabic and English and tried to snatch documents. Both men were seized by Iraqi guards. Inspectors are to deliver a report on their work in Iraq to the U-N security council on Monday.
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[Human-Shields]


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As the United States gets ready for possible war with Iraq the first envoy of "human shields" prepares to risk their lives for peace. About 50 people ranging in age from 19- to 60 left London today on double- decker buses headed to Baghdad. The group says it'll spread out to populated areas of Iraq to deter bombing. U-S nor British officials have said whether the presence of human shields will affect their plans. Today's group was led by a former U-S marine who fought in the Gulf War.
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[Women-Drivers]


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Some Afghan women made history today doing something many people take for granted.
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About 30 nervous women took their driving test. Twelve of the women passed the written part and went on to brave the open road test. Funding from the German government ensured all the women received driving lessons. The women excitedly laughed and hugged one another after the test as journalists from all over the world stood by. Under Taliban rule women were not allowed to drive.
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[McDougal]


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An American woman did time for keeping quiet about the Clintons' role in the Whitewater scandal, but now she's telling her story.
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"The Woman Who Wouldn't Talk" is the name of Susan McDougal's new book. It's a story about her life as well as an attack on Ken Starr and the way he handled the investigation of Bill Clinton in the Whitewater scandal.
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((I BELIEVE THEY THOUGHT THEY HAD THE GOODS, ENOUGH TO GET HIM. NOT THE TRUTH, BUT THE GOODS. AND I BELIEVE THEY WENT AFTER HIM WITH UNTRUTHFUL WITNESSES, WITH PERJURED TESTIMONY, AND I THINK THEY HAD THEIR STORY.))
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McDougal spent 18- months in jail for contempt of court and more than three months for fraud. Ken Starr has made no comment on McDougal's story.
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Up ahead on the newscast, it's the cats meow for one group in Roanoke this weekend...
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and a group of cowboys does what comes naturally, taking in a herd by the Rio Grande... We'll explain why.. when we come back.
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[Commercial]

[Roanoke-Identity]


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The city of Roanoke wants to take its name and image nationwide.
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But how should the city market itself in an effort to lure new residents to Roanoke and to boost tourism? The city, with the approval of city council, has hired a company to help answer those questions.
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((WHAT WE WANT TO DO IS SAY IS WHAT ARE OUR GOALS WHICH IS THE MESSAGE WE SHOULD BE SENDING OUT TO EVERYONE ELSE IN THE WORLD WHAT SEPARATES US FROM EVERYONE ELSE AND THE OTHER CITY'S OUT THERE, AND THEN HOW SHOULD WE COMMUNICATE THAT MESSAGE AND TO WHOM SHOULD WE COMMUNICATE THAT MESSAGE AND USING WHAT CHANNELS ALL OF THAT IS WHAT A MARKETING IDENTITY IS ABOUT. ))
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City council has allocated 300- thousand dollars for the marketing initiative. Slone says a firm has been selected and that the money will cover the cost of the contract plus any additional costs.

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[Cat-Show]


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Roanoke is playing host to some purr-fect guests this weekend.
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The annual C-F-A all breed cat show is taking place today and tomorrow at the Clarion Hotel near the airport.
More than two hundred cats from all over the country are competing for the chance to become the grand champion.
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((BOB MOLINO/CAT SHOW ORGANIZER: YOU'RE LOOKING FOR CONFORMATION, YOU'RE LOOKING FOR HEAD TYPE, PLACEMENT OF EARS, EYE COLOR AND SHAPE, COAT, PATTERN, BONE STRUCTURE, THOSE ARE THE TYPES OF THINGS ALL CATS ARE JUDGED ON.))
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The show features just about every cat breed you can imagine and there are also opportunities for you to adopt cats and kittens.
The show costs 6 dollars for adults and 4 dollars for seniors and children.
It wraps up tomorrow.
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[Cattle-Drive]


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It looked like a scene from the wild- wild west near El Paso, Texas today...
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as riders saddled up for the Rio Grande cattle drive along the Texas- Mexico border. Cowboys rode the trail together, trying to drive more than 50- head of cattle along the U-S side of the river. The flashback to the Old West kicks off the Southwestern International Livestock Show and rodeo.
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[S-Cave]


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We start on the Roanoke Civic Center hardwood tonight with evening session action from the SunTrust Classic. Cave Spring squared off with Kingsport's Dobyns-Bennett High School coached by former Salem skipper Charlie Morgan.
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Billy Hicks watched his team fall behind early.
DB's Seth Jervis stops and pops the long range bomb and the Indians had a one point lead.
The Knights turn to Andrew Davison who goes hard to the bucket for two.
Azmar Blye then makes the nice pass to a wide open Jarrod Wooten for the finish to keep DB in it.
[SUPER=33-Cave Spring/55/Dobyns-Bennett/61/;]

But Cave Spring pushes things up. Troy Kaase to Adam Trumbower who puts in the floater. Dobyns-Bennett won it though 61 to 55.
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PH and Faith Christian Academy got the night session started in style.
It was 31-21 Patriots at the half. Melvin Smith tried to keep it going with the nice bounce pass to Marlin Kemp for the hoop and the harm.
Later Smith dials it up from three. It's off the mark but Andre Brewer cleans up the mess underneath.
[SUPER=33-Patrick Henry/48/Faith Christian/58/;]

Patrick Henry hung tough for awhile, but Faith Christian had too many horses and the lions go on to win it 58 to 48.
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[S-Hargrave]


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The Post Grad programs from Fork Union and Hargrave matched up in the day's second game at the Civic Center.
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Former PH star Brooks Berry is Fork Union's assistant coach--he's also Coach Fletcher Arritt's son in law. Fork Union's Corey Lewis impressed the two coaches with this nice strong move for the lay-in.
Hargrave's Hasan Fofana then got the ball inside and put in the nice little hook shot for two.
[SUPER=33-Fork Union/50/Hargrave/76/;]

Then how about Ryan Lambert throwing down the big slam. Hargrave went on to win it by a final of 76 to 50 handing Fork Union its first loss of the season.
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William Fleming and Roanoke Catholic got the party started in this afternoon's opener.
Dick Wall liked to see this. Check out the Celtics Tadas Stanaitas go right down the lane for the bucket and one.

Later, Stanaitis played some defense to come up with the steal. He went coast to coast for another deuce.
[SUPER=33-Roanoke Catholic/53/William Fleming/40/;]

Fleming's Cameron Johnson tried to keep the Colonels in this one by making the nice move on the baseline. But Catholic went on to win it 53 to 40.
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[S-Tech]


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The Virginia Tech Hokies fell to 1 and 3 in the Big East losing to Saint John's in Blacksburg.
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Tech shot just 31 percent in the first half and trailed by eight at the break.
But the Hokies opened the last twenty minutes on a 10-2 run to tie things up. Bryant Matthews hit Terry Taylor with the nice pass and Taylor did his part with the finish. Matthews scored 20 this afternoon and Carlos Dixon tossed in 16 including this three from the corner late.
Saint John's kept the Hokies at bay though. Marcus Hatten dropped a dime for Christian Diaz and the
[SUPER=33-St. John's/62/Virginia Tech/59/;]

Red Storm went on to win it 62 to 59 ending the Hokies two game winning streak.
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In the ACC, Duke got 21 points from Dahntay Jones, 18 more from Sheldon Williams and JJ Redick tossed in 11 as Duke avoided its first three game losing streak in 7 years by beating Georgia Tech 91 to 71.
[SUPER=03-Clemson, SC/Jefferson Pilot; :]


At Clemson, Maryland shot just 33 percent, and the Terps had to rally to beat Clemson by a final of 52 to 47. Drew Nicholas scored 14 points.
[SUPER=03-Lawrence, KS/Wildcats vs. Jayhawks; :]


And finally, top ranked Arizona trailed at Kansas by 21 in the first half, but came all the way back to beat the Jayhawks 91 to 74.
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[S-Orange]


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The Big Orange wrestling Classic is in the books. Once again, the tournament was one of winter's most anticipated event for high school wrestling fans.
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The competition has steadily improved throughout the event's 27 year history.
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Like the former Byrd wrestlers who are now tournament workers, the current Terrier wrestlers get a big time wrestling tournament atmosphere right in their back yard. They can experience what some of the state competition will be like without leaving their home gym.
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Christiansburg won the event followed by Fort Defiance and Northside. Each of the number one seeds in the 14 weight classes was a winner.




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Super Bowl Thirty-Seven is now less than 24 hours away. Brad Johnson and Rich Gannon have never been to the big game and they won't be on the field at the same time tomorrow. But they do share a history. Johnson and Gannon were on
the same team in Minnesota back in 1992.
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[Miss-Roanoke]


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And finally tonight, it's a pint-sized beauty pagent, and everybody is a winner.
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Fifteen contestants took part in the first annual "Tiny Miss Star City" pageant at the Tanglewood Mall this afternoon.
Girls ages six months to 19 years old competed in categories for best talent, smile, and hair.
Each contestant went home with either a trophy or a goodie bag.
The pageant was hosted by current Miss Roanoke Valley Shauna Payne. (------------) The event helped raise money for the Miss Roanoke Valley scholarship program.