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Fire forced a man out of his Roanoke apartment, and left him with severe burns.
The blaze broke out this morning at the Lee Apartments on Mountain Avenue.
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And Roanoke's Vice- Mayor makes it official...He's leaving the Star City to take another job.
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Mosty sunny and cool today but warmer weather will head back into the region. I'll tell you when in your forecast.
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News 7 at Noon starts right now...
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After the promise of a "No" vote from Russia, President Bush is scrambling to find enough international support for a U-N war resolution.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
The Bush administration is working the phones to try to come up with the votes needed to pass the resolution, if Iraq doesn't disarm by next Monday.
Aleen Sirgany has the latest from Washington.
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(( THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS IT IS IN THE THICK OF DIPLOMACY, TRYING TO ROUND UP THE NINE NEEDED "YES" VOTES FOR ITS RESOLUTION THAT COULD LEAD TO IMMEDIATE MILITARY ACTION AGAINST IRAQ. BUT IT'S TOUGH-GOING: RUSSIA SAYS IT WILL VETO THE RESOLUTION, THOUGH THE PRESIDENT STILL HOPES THAT WON'T HAPPEN. AND PAKISTAN STATES THE U.S SHOULD ONLY GO TO WAR WITH IRAQ IF THE U.N GIVES AUTHORIZATION.

(SOT) AZIZ AHMED KHAN/PAKISTANS FOREIGN OFFICE SPOKESMAN

The United States is a member of the United Nations. Everybody is signatory to the charter of the United Nations and as long as they are signatory to the charter of the United Nations they will have to respect the charter of the United Nations."
FRANCE, WHICH HAS SAID WAR WOULD BE QUOTE ILLEGITIMATE... IS ON A CAMPAIGN TO FIND MORE "NO" VOTES. THE FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER IS TOURING THREE AFRICAN COUNTRIES, URGING OPPOSITION TO MILITARY ACTION. IN AN EFFORT TO AVERT WAR, IRAQ TODAY DESTROYED SIX MORE AL SAMOUD MISSILES, WHICH ARE BANNED BY THE U-N. BUT THE U-S IS FRUSTRATED THAT CHIEF WEAPONS INSPECTOR HANS BLIX ISN'T MAKING MORE OF A BIG DEAL OUT OF IRAQI DRONE AIRCRAFT.. FIRST DISCLOSED IN HIS REPORT LAST WEEK...THAT FLY BEYOND THE LIMIT ALLOWED BY THE U-N. U.S FORCES IN THE REGION ARE WAITING FOR THE CALL. NAVY PILOTS ABOARD THE USS LINCOLN SAY THEYRE READY.

(SOT)JOHN TURNER, NAVY PILOT

"We know if we are being shot at from the ground, how to react to that, if we're shot at from the air, how to react to that.

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A Roanoke man is being treated at the U-V-A Burn Center after a fire at his apartment this morning.
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The fire was contained to the man's third floor unit at the Lee Apartments on Mountain Avenue. His identity has not been released, but officials say the 36-year-old man has critical burns and smoke inhalation. The apartment complex has 19-units, some with smoke and water damage.
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((AUDIE FERRIS/ROANOKE FIRE BATTALION CHIEF; THE OTHER PEOPLE WE GOT OUT FIVE MORE FROM OTHER APARTMENTS AND MAINLY BECAUSE THE THREAT OF THE SMOKE AND THE FIRE SPREAD THEY'RE OK AND THEY'RE STARTING TO RETURN TO THEIR UNITS NOW))
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Damage is estimated at 30-thousand dollars. Fire officials say the blaze originated in the kitchen, and that an exact cause is being investigated. It's NOT considered suspicious.
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He served on Roanoke City Council for three years but Bill Carder will be stepping down soon, as he leaves Roanoke to take a new job.
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Joe Dashiell is downtown this afternoon with more on Carder's announcement. Joe, where is he headed?
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((ROLLCUE:..a difficult decision.))
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A two year old girl in Wisconsin was the sole survivor of a crash that claimed the lives of both her parents.
Esme Murphy has the story.
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2 year old Anitta shows the photograph of her parents 20 year old Melinda Athankanh and 24 year old Souvorachak Kayachith.
SUPER: Black River Falls, WI
The young couple died when a semi-truck lost control and hit their Honda Civic on I-94 east of Eau Claire at 4 am Friday morning.

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" he said a semi truck " (( TRACK ))
Anittas aunt wept as she told us how police notified her of her brother and sister in laws deaths. Sandy Kayachith is convinced the young couple in their dying moments helped the toddler who had not been in a car seat get out of the car
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"all of a sudden she said thank you Mommy thank you Daddy because I think they helped her "
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Troopers followed Anitta's small footprints in the snow.
She had wandered across the highway and was found barefoot in subfreezing temperatures about 150 feet from the crash. There was a delay in finding her because troopers did not realize a child had been in the car.
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"she stood by a tree and a fence for three hours and the cops didnt know she was there " (( TRACK )) Melinda was studying for her degree in human resources. Souvorachek was taking courses so he could get a better job at St. Jude Medical -
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" ambient child shows off dolls "
Family members say little Anitta seems at one level to understand the enormity of what has happened
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" she kept on looking at me and all of a sudden she pointed at me and said... you mommy now, OK?"

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That was Esme Murphy reporting.

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No one was killed, but dozens of people were injured after two tour buses collided along the border of California and Nevada.
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Police say one of the buses rear- ended the other as it was heading southbound toward Los Angeles.
Medical helicopters, along with ambulances helped take 44- victims to area hospitals.
Authorities had to shutdown Interstate - 15 for about six hours, causing traffic to back up for more than 25 miles in both directions.
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Still to come on the newscast, Britain braces itself for a possible terrorist attack.
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Plus from Kuwait, we will see how some American soldiers are dealing with the pain of homesickness.
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The wait is long and tedious for thousands of U-S soldiers in Kuwait, as they wonder when and if they'll go to war.
Drew Levinson spoke with several soldiers about how they cope with being homesick.
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The vast Kuwaiti desert offers little comfort for those now forced to call it home.

(SOLDIER STUCK IN TANK HOLE W/BOOK)


With isolation a constant enemy....

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....something as simple as mail call.... (NATS..soldier holding up letter "BOWEN! SOMEBODY ACTUALLY LOVES YOU!") ...can make a soldier's day.

SOT - SOLDIER - NO CG - "SHE SPRAYS A LITTLE BIT OF HER PERFUME ON THERE
(sniffs letter) IT SMELLS GREAT..REMINDS ME OF BEING THERE WITH HER."



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The chow line hardly replaces a home-cooked meal or those home-town cravings.

(SOT SGT. BOBBY MILLER/U-S ARMY, PHILADELPHIA, PA )

"'WHAT DO YOU MISS? MISS PAT'S CHEESESTEAK?
UH YAH, I MISS THE CHEESESTEAK---MISS LOTS OF FOOD FROM HOME."


While they long for states--they wonder what's ahead for them here.

SOT - ARMY SGT... NO CG "WE WATCH THE NEWS JUST AS MUCH AS ANYBODY,

TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS."
And what's going to happen in those next couple of weeks will be crucial.

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EVEN IF A U-N RESOLUTION CALLING FOR IRAQ TO DISARM BY MARCH 17TH FAILS, THE UNITED STATES SAYS IT STILL HAS THE RIGHT TO INVADE. AND THAT WOULD MEAN--WITHIN TWO WEEKS THESE TROOPS HERE IN KUWAIT COULD BE IN THE MIDDLE OF A WAR.

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NAT SOT - SOLDIER - NO CG "We're gonna hit em' fast and hard...they're

not gonna have a chance."
Confidence says the military--is good--but cockiness can get you in trouble. The older marines and soldiers know that--and try to stay away from predictions.
CAPT. TIM JENT/U-S MARINE, SPARTA, NJ fast font "IF YOU HAVE TOO MANY GUT FEELINGS, YOU KINDA SET YOURSELF UP A BIT."
Still it's hard not to look ahead--especially if you're a young soldier in a strange land.

(SOT: LNC. CPL. STUART GREENFIELD/U-S MARINE

"CAN'T WAIT TO GET HOME...KISS A FEW GIRLS...HAVE SOME BEERS AT THE BAR."
A typical remark from a typical kid in the middle of a not so typical situation. Drew Levinson, CBS News, Kuwait. ))

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Our expert on military matters in the Middle East says that there are other signs that war may be near. VMI professor Lieutenant Colonel Dale Davis says forces have been clearing defenses in the de-militarized zone, filling in tank trenches and cutting holes in fences.
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Davis says these moves are something that would not occur until just a few days before an actual invasion.

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A warning today from Britain's naval commander about a continued terrorist threat.
He says al-Qaida suicide boats are threatening U-S coalition ships in the Gulf.
Rear Admiral David Snelson says such vessels will likely become a bigger danger in the event of war with Iraq.
According to a newspaper report, Snelson says the Royal Navy is on alert for attacks similar to the one launched against the U-S-S Cole.

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The search for a five year old boy may be over until more concrete information comes in.
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More than one hundred volunteers searched this weekend for five year old Logan Bowman.
Logan has not been seen or heard from since January 8th and investigators fear he is dead.
Searchers concentrated their efforts this weekend in the area near where Logan lived.
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Searchers in Giles County will be back in the New River later today, looking for two men who may have drowned.
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Crews recovered more personal articles from both men yesterday, and crews went to the air, using helicopters to look for any clues. Searchers had been concentrating their efforts around the Ripplemead bridge near Pearisburg, but are going to expand their search downriver.
Neither man's name has been released.
Giles County officials say they intend to keep searching until they find the men.
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Coming up next on the newscast, an education at Virginia Tech will cost more,
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and we'll tell you why when it comes to Paris fashion, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
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Tuition is expected to go up at Virginia Tech.
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The Board of Visitors met yesterday to discuss raising tuition by more than four percent.
That would increase the total package at Tech by 363 dollars next year.
Students are already dealing with a more than one thousand dollar increase from last year.
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((LARRY HINCKER/VT SPOKESPERSON: THE STATE OF VIRGINIA HAS DRASTICALLY REDUCED ITS APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORT FOR HIGHER EDUCATION OVER THE LAST YEAR. AT VIRGINIA TECH FOR EXAMPLE WE LOST 62 MILLION DOLLARS THIS YEAR ALONE. WE'LL LOSE MORE NEXT YEAR, ALMOST 11 MILLION DOLLARS SO TUITION IS RISING PARTIALLY TO OFFSET SOME OF THOSE COSTS.))
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The board will also consider a proposal to ban smoking in all dorms on campus.
Currently, a student can smoke if their roommate agrees to it.
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((ASHLEY FOX/VT STUDENT: IT'S YOUR ROOM, WHY ARE THEY GOING TO STEP INTO YOUR ROOM THAT WE PAY FOR, THE ROOM AND BOARD A LOT OF MONEY, WHY ARE THEY GOING TO STEP IN THERE AND TELL YOU CAN'T SMOKE.))
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A survey recently done on campus revealed a majority of students want smoking banned from the dorms.
The Board of Visitors will vote this afternoon on that proposal and the plan to raise tuition.
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The era of Joan Crawford, the Andrews Sisters, and Glenn Miller is back in vogue, on a Paris runway.
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The John Galliano collection is paying tribute to the celebrities of the 1940s and their fashion.
Until now, the British designer was known for his collections that were inspired by the color black.
But these models were decked out in bright dresses and hats, not to mention the classic make-up style of 1940s film stars.
And despite the presence of anti- fur demonstrators, Galliano himself was decked out in a grey fox fur.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW has lost 102 points. The NASDAQ was down 21.

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Coming up in sports...North Carolina pulls off a big upset in the A-C-C.
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Plus Bobby Labonte continues his dominance of the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
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If Bobby Labonte had his way, he'd probably like to race at the Atlanta Motor Speedway every week of the season.


Yesterday, he won for the 6th time in the past 14 races at the track.
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The first 135 laps of the MBNA Bass Pro Shops 500 were caution- free.
It wasn't a good day for Roush drivers.
Both Mark Martin and Kurt Busch suffered blown engines, bringing their days to premature ends.
Later, Rusty Wallace got too close and bumped the wall.
Rusty recovered to finish 15th.
With just 10 laps to go, Labonte got past Jeff Gordon, with a little bump and run.
Labonte led 172 of the 325 laps and cruised to the victory, his first of the season and the 20th of his career.

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There was a little showdown last night in Chapel Hill between Duke and North Carolina.
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The Dean Dome was shooting strong for this one yesterday afternoon.
J-J Redick did his part for Duke, knocking down 12 points in the game.
Things heated up midway thru the second half when Dahntay Jones caught Raymond Felton with an elbow.
Felton was bloodied, and Matt Doherty stepped in.
That's when the Duke bench got involved.
Cooler heads did prevail, however.
[SUPER=33-Duke/79/North Carolina/82/;]

Rashad McCants scored 26 points, and Carolina pulled the upset 82 to 79, but not until after this heave by Jones was ruled to have come AFTER the buzzer.
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In women's basketball, Debbie Ryan's Virginia team ran into North Carolina in the ACC semifinals.
The Heels were able to survive and advance to Monday's championship against Duke.
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[SUPER=03-Greensboro, NC/Comcast Sports Net; :00]


Cherisse Graham was on fire in Greensboro during the first half.
She scored 19 points in just the first half for the Cavs on her way to a career high 36.
But UNC took a 44-41 lead to the locker room.
[SUPER=33-Virginia/78/North Carolina/88/;]


In the second half, Carolina pulled away.
The Heels advanced 88 to 78..
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[S-Tech]


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The Virginia Tech Women moved into the Big East Tournament Semifinals.
Bonnie Henrickson got 20 points, 11 rebounds, and 5 blocks from Ieva Kublina.
Chrystal Starling chipped in with 18, and Dawn Chriss scored a career high 14 points, as Tech knocked off 23rd ranked Boston College 74 to 70 in overtime.
Next up, a date with top ranked and unbeaten Connecticut today at 5.
And finally today in Golf, The overnight wait paid off for Scott Hoch (HOHK).
After saying it was too dark to continue last night, Hock came back this morning to defeat Jim Furyk on the third playoff hole to win the Ford Championship.
The 47-year old Hoch rolled in a birdie putt of about ten feet to capture the tournament.
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