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Our weekly visit from Old Man Winter left several inches of snow this time around.
Slick travel led to a tractor- trailer wreck on I-81 in Montgomery County this morning.
We'll have the latest on road conditions, coming up.
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And, a warning from U-S intelligence prompts a change in the national terror alert status.
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Once again the snow has come and gone. Can we expect another winter weather scenario this weekend. I'll let you know in your hometown forecast.
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News 7 at Noon starts right now...

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Winter has once again blanketed the region with snow and ice, but this time it apparently didn't cause any major problems.
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The light snow and warmer temperatures have made it easier for V-Dot crews to do their job.
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New River Valley Bureau Chief Myranda Stephens is here with an update on road conditions in that area. Kimberly, V-Dot officials say their chemicals and salts work better in warmer temperatures, making it easier for them to plow.
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And they say they've pretty much cleared all of the major highways and primary roads. But, they are reminding drivers that the roads are still wet, and that can cause problems. ((ROLLCUE:...))
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[RUNS :10] ((BERT SUMPTER/VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION:THERE ARE STILL SOME SLICK SPOTS OUT THERE EVEN THOUGH WE'VE GOTTEN THE INTERSTATE ALMOST COMPLETELY CLEAR THERE ARE SOME SLICK SPOTS OUT THERE 15:59)) Slippery road conditions played a role in this tractor-trailer wreck on Interstate-81 in Montgomery County. It happened around one this morning, just as the snow began to fall. Police say the driver was only traveling about 25-miles-an-hour, when he lost control and hit a guard rail. The accident forced police to block off part of the northbound lane for six hours, but neither the driver nor his two passengers were seriously hurt. And even though speed apparently was NOT a factor in the accident, officials still warn drivers to take it easy.
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[RUNS :10] ((THEY NEED TO BE CAREFUL AND WATCH THEIR SPEED. SPEED IS A CRITICAL FACTOR WHEN THE ROADS ARE SLICK YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE GOING TO HIT 16:11))))
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V-Dot officials are also asking folks to be patient, while they work to clear the secondary roads and neighborhood streets.
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They say they hope to get to all of them by mid-afternoon, but they are advising drivers to use chains or snow tires in the meantime. Kimberly?

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The latest wave of winter weather left a few inches of snow and miles of slippery pavement in the Roanoke Valley.
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State and local crews worked through the night to clear the way for the morning commute.
But the storm left behind a layer of snow and ice and a rash of minor accidents.
This year, the challenge of winter driving has become all too familiar for drivers like Myron DeBerry, who fueled up with coffee before getting behind the wheel of his Valley Metro bus.
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((MYRON DEBERRY/VALLEY METRO DRIVER: MY GUESS THE LAST NINE OR TEN YEARS WE HAVEN'T HAD THIS COLD A WINTER, PLUS THIS SNOW WHEN IT COMES DOWN LIKE THIS YOU KNOW WHEN IT'S THIS COLD, IT'S JUST HARD FOR IT TO GO AWAY, YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN. JUST SOMETHING THAT WE'LL HAVE TO DEAL WITH RIGHT NOW. ARE YOU READY FOR SPRING TO ARRIVE? YESSIR I REALLY AM. I'M READY FOR SPRING.))
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The snow did not close the Roanoke Regional Airport, but problems in other cities caused delays here.
Airport officials encourage anyone planning to fly out of Roanoke today to check with their airline.

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We do have a few school announcements for tonight .. and one for tomorrow.
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[Take Schooltouch Full] Central Virginia Community College has cancelled night classes, but the National Collge of Business and Technology, which earlier closed for the entire day, has now decided to hold night classes as scheduled. Patrick Henry Community College has cancelled night classes. And the W-V-P-E-C "Career Switcher" program tomorrow is cancelled.
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In national news,
The Bush administration has raised the national terror alert to high status, indicating a high risk of a terrorist attack.
Teri Okita has details from Washington.
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(( TRACK: PRESIDENT BUSH HAS APPROVED A DECISION TO RAISE THE NATIONAL TERROR ALERT FROM A YELLOW OR "ELEVATED" STATUS TO ORANGE OR HIGHSTATUS. A U-S OFFICIAL SAYS THE DECISION WAS BASED ON INCREASED INTELLIGENCE PICKED UP WITHIN THE PAST FEW WEEKS THAT AL QAEDA COULD LAUNCH MORE TERRORIST ATTACKS AGAINST THE U-S TO CAUSE MASS CASUALTIES. THE INTELLIGENCE POINTS TO A POSSIBLE ATTACK AROUND THE UPCOMING MUSLIM HOLY PERIOD OF HAJJ. OFFICIALS HAVE EVEN MENTIONED THE POSSIBILITY OF CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL THREATS.
TRACK: ACCORDING TO SOURCES, INTELLIGENCE OFFICIALS DONT THINK THEYVE BROKEN UP AL QAEDA PLOTS WHICH APPEAR TO BE TARGETED AGAINST AMERICANS BOTH AT HOME AND OVERSEAS. JUST TODAY, THE DEFENSE SECRETARY REMINDED U-S TROOPS STATIONED IN ITALY OF POSSIBLE THREATS.

(Super: Donald Rumsfeld/Defense Secretary)
SOT: Were facing terrorist networks and states that are developing

weapons of mass destruction, capabilities that could establish them to kill three-thousand to be sure, but potentially, 30-thousand or 300-thousand.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: This is only the second time since the September 11th attacks that the threat level has been raised to high. The last time was back in the fall to coincide with the first anniversary of the attacks. TeriOkita, CBS News, Washington.))

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Top U-N weapons inspectors are preparing for a big weekend of talks in Iraq that could determine whether war is imminent.
This, as Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld rallies U-S troops in Europe.
Scott Rapoport brings us up to date from New York.
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(LOCATOR: Aviano, Italy)


TRACK: AT AN AIRBASE IN ITALY A PEP RALLY AND WORDS OF GRATITUDE FROM DEFENSE SECRETARY DONALD RUMSFELD TO HUNDREDS OF U-S TROOPS.

(Super: Donald Rumsfeld/Secretary of State)
SOT: Youre what stands between freedom and fear American public rely

on you to protect.
TRACK: RUMSFELD PREPARED THEM FOR THE UNKNOWN BUT SAYS HE DOESNT EXPECT ANY CONFLICT WOULD DRAG ON.

SOT: Rumsfeld: If use force not know how long last. It could take 6

days, 6 weeks, doubt 6 months.
TRACK: THE SECRETARY ALSO THANKED ITALY FOR ITS SUPPORT IN THE IRAQI CRISIS. AT THIS POINT, THE U-S NEEDS ALL THE ALLIES IT CAN GET. KEY U-N SECURITY COUNCIL MEMBERS CONTINUE TO HOLD OUT FOR FURTHER ARMS INSPECTIONS. FRANCE, ESPECIALLY, IS RESISTING A SECOND U-N RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING FORCE, IF NECESSARY.
TRACK: MUCH WILL DEPEND ON WEEKEND TALKS BETWEEN TOP U-N WEAPONS INSPECTORS AND IRAQI LEADERS. HANS BLIX SAYS THE PRIVATE INTERVIEW WITH AN IRAQI SCIENTIST YESTERDAY SHOWS IRAQ IS MAKING AN EFFORT. BUT HE SAYS THERE NEEDS TO BE MORE COOPERATION, OR EFFECTIVE INSPECTIONS WILL BE DIFFICULT.

(Super: Hans Blix/Chief U.N. Weapons Inspector)
SOT: I dont say that it is impossible. We had eight years there when a

lot was achieved, but we would like to have a disarmament that is quicker than that.

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STANDUP: But Blix says the world wont wait another eight years, and many see this weekends talks as a last chance to avert war. Inspectors are scheduled to report their findings to the UN one week from today. Scott Rapoport...CBS News, New York. ))

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More Americans are working these days.
The Labor Department says the unemployment rate dropped three- tenths of a percent in January to five-point-seven percent.
Today's report is much better than expected.
Analysts had thought the jobless rate would stay at six- percent.
Some 143-thousand jobs were added to payrolls.
That's the biggest increase since November 2000.
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Coming up next on the newscast, a Virginia Tech student contracts meningitis.
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Plus as NASA says its final goodbyes to the shuttle astronauts, there are reports a photograph may shed new light on what cause the Columbia to break apart.
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A Virginia Tech student has been diagnosed with meningitis.
The 19-year-old woman was treated at Montgomery Regional Hospital yesterday and has been transferred to a hospital in Fairfax.
She's in stable condition.
The sophomore's illness is the second case of meningococcal meningitis in the state this year.
It's spread by close contact. The student who's name has not been released lived in one of the Virginia Tech dorms.
The symptoms can include high fever, nausea, a stiff neck or severe headache.
Officials with the New River Health District say any students with those symptoms should see their family doctor or go to the student health center.

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New photos could prove to be vital in the investigation of the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster.
The discovery came to light during the latest farewell service for the crew.
Manuel Gallegus explains.
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((THE SHUTTLE ASTRONAUTS WERE 16 MINUTES FROM LANDING HERE AT THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTERSO TODAY ON THE SHUTTLE RUNWAY, WITH ROCKETS, AND THE LAUNCHPAD IN THE BACKGROUND, A FINAL TRIBUTE TO THE CREW OF SEVEN.

-SOT-SEAN OKEEFE, NASA

be assured we will find cause and return to safe flight
SO FAR NOTHING STANDS OUT AS A CAUSE OF THE COLUMBIA CATASTROPHE. NASA ENGINEERS ARE SEARCHING FOR WHAT THEY CALL THE MISSING LINK.
BUT THERE IS ONE POSSIBLE NEW CLUE A RESPECTED AEROSPACE PUBLICATION SAYS HIGH RESOLUTION AIR FORCE PHOTOS WERE TAKEN OF THE SHUTTLE ONE MINUTE BEFORE IT TORE APART. THOSE PHOTOS, CAPTURED WITH A TELESCOPE, APPARENTLY SHOW SERIOUS STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO THE LEFT WING OF COLUMBIA.

-SOT-BILL HARWOOD, CBS NEWS SPACE CONSULTANT

If there was in fact a failure right along here in this leading edge component, you would in fact get very hot gas, hot plasma that could be coming up over the wing and explain the temperature reading on top as well as either under the wing, which would explain the landing gear data"
MORE THAN 1000- -PIECES OF DEBRIS ARE BEING COLLECTED AND SENT TO BARKSDALE AIR FORCE BASE IN LOUISIANA BUT NONE OF THOSE PIECES ARE KEY TO THE INVESTIGATION.
STAND-UP- AFTER SOME INCIDENTS OF LOOTING OF SHUTTLE PIECES FEDERAL OFFICIALS HAVE ANNOUNCED AN AMNESTY PERIOD. TURN THE SHUTTLE PARTS IN AND YOU WONT FACE CRIMINAL CHARGES. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS HOUSTON.
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The former home of Quaker Oats went up in flames today in downtown Chicago.
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Thick black smoke was pouring out of the 35- story building, which used to serve as Quakers Oats' headquarters.
Nearly 100 firefighters were dispatched to the high rise.
Officials say a heating unit caught fire on the roof, where the blaze was contained.
Still, they evacuated the building as a precaution, and re-routed traffic in the area.
Fire officials say there were no injuries.
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While most of Australia is struggling with drought, residents in the state of Queensland are dealing with floods.

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Dozens of homes were damaged when several rivers overflowed today.
One man died when he was washed away in the waters.
Several towns are expected to be declared natural disaster zones.
Torrential rain cut off roads, washed away bridges and caused damage to buildings.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll see how employers across the country are dealing with losing employees to the military reserves,
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plus the Rolling Stones gathered no moss last night. After this break, we'll tell you why they were playing for free.


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By mid-month, nearly 180 thousand U-S soldiers could be deployed to the Gulf region.
Many of those troops are reservists and their mobilization is causing big staffing problems here at home.
Teri Okita takes a look at how some employers are coping.
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((THESE CADETS ARE HEADING TOWARDS A CAREER IN THE WEST VIRGINIA STATE POLICE DEPARTMENT.

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TRACK: BUT, IT WILL TAKE THEM SIX MONTHS TO GET UP-TO-SPEED TOO LONG TO HELP THE POLICE SUPERINTENDENT WITH THE SHORT-TERM CRISIS ON HIS HANDS. IF RESERVIST CALL-UPS CONTINUE, COLONEL HOWARD HILL COULD LOSE UP TO 10-PERCENT OF HIS FORCE.

(Super: Col. Howard Hill/West Virginia State Police Superintendent)
SOT: Were in a crisis now with manpower, anyway, so if we would lose

what reservists we have in the state police, it would be devastating.

(SUPER: COURTESY: WEST VIRGINIA STATE POLICE)


TRACK: HILL SAYS A SHORTAGE MEANS THEY CAN'T PROVIDE ROUND-THE-CLOCK COVERAGE ... UNLESS TROOPERS ARE ON-CALL OR WORK OVERTIME. THAT PUTS ADDED PRESSURE ON PATROLMEN ... AS THEY TRY TO FIGHT CRIME AND RESPOND TO EMERGENCIES.

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TRACK: AND DEPARTMENTS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY, ESPECIALLY SMALL ONES, ARE FACING THE SAME PROBLEM BECAUSE SO MANY OFFICERS SIGN UP TO BE CITIZEN SOLDIERS.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP BRIDGE: The call-ups arent only affecting police. Hospitals, fire departments, and other essential personnel around the country are having to make do with shortages.

SOT: Maggard: If I were to get the call, Id be at the curb.


TRACK: SEATON MAGGARD IS ONE OF EIGHT NURSES AT THE V-A HOSPITAL IN WICHITA WHO COULD BE MOBILIZED THROUGH THE ARMY RESERVES LEAVING A SEVERE SHORTAGE AT THE MEDICAL CENTER. THAT COULD MEAN LONGER HOURS, MORE WORK, AND MORE DAYS ON-CALL FOR THE STAFF LEFT BEHIND.

(Super: Seaton Maggard/Reservist)
SOT: Maggard: I think you will see business as usual. I think you will

see nurses step up.
TRACK: THE WEST VIRGINIA STATE POLICE HAVE LITTLE CHOICE BUT TO STEP UP AND ARE PREPARING FOR THE WORST. THEY WARN RESIDENTS: RESPONSE TIMES COULD TAKE A LOT LONGER AS WHAT HAPPENS HALF WAY AROUND THE WORLD HAS A RIPPLE EFFECT HERE AT HOME. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA.))

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The call-up of reservists is hitting close to home as well.
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D-M-V's new Travel Teams had to cancel their first day of portable transactions because a National Guard unit needed to prepare for deployment. Reservists from Rocky Mount and Martinsville just received orders to ship out. About 50-soldiers will join a Gate City company on Saturday and then travel to Fort Eustis.
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((TOM RIVENBARK/VIRGINIA NATIONAL GUARD; THE 10-32ND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY THEY'VE BEEN MOBILIZED IN SUPPORT OF OPERATIONS AND WE ARE PROVIDING SOME SOLDIERS TO HELP BACK FILL THEIR UNIT, FILL IT UP TO FULL STRENGTH.))
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The average deployment lasts from one to two years. D-M-V's travel teams were designed to service areas where full-service offices have been closed. Officials say they don't know for sure when DMV services will start at the Rocky Mount Armory.
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Their opening act was a former President, and the concert was FREE.
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Former President Bill Clinton introduced the Rolling Stones last night at a free concert in Los Angeles.
It was the group's first free concert in more than 30 years.
Some of the biggest names in music, films and politics came out to the show.
It was a benefit for the Natural Resources Defense Council designed to raise awareness about global warming.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN 36 points. The NASDAQ has dropped nine.

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Next on News 7 at Noon, Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer talks about this year's recruiting class.
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Also we'll tell you why singer Jennifer Lopez is bowled over by the Tampa Bay Bucaneers.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies believe that they may have signed their best football class ever. One of the reasons for that optimism is the late commitment they got from Hargrave's Michael Hinton. At six-three he's versatile enough to play wide receiver, defensive back, or both. For now, he will stay with Bud Foster's group.
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Finally today, she may think of herself as Jenny from the block, but it is probably a safe bet that
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Jennifer Lopez wagered more money on the Super Bowl than the rest of the neighborhood combined. The Las Vegas Sun says J-Lo bet $250 thousand bucks that the Bucs would win. She bet the money at plus-160 which means she got her original bet back, plus another $400 thousand bucks.
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