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Coming up on News 7-
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Lights beam into the sky over New York City tonight- two years after 9-11.
A Greyhound Bus heading through this area catches fire.
Writing, Reading and hammering.. construction on PH high school is about to get underway.
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The latest on Hurricane Isabel and where it may go.
News 7 at Eleven is next.

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((OH BEAUTIFUL FOR SPACIOUS SKIES FOR AMBER WAYS OF GRAIN.)) ((GIULIANI: REBUILD THE RUINS, HEAL THE WOUNDS, COMFORT THE BROKEN HEARTED.))
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Remembering 9-11 two years later and remembering those lost- the children, mothers and fathers still sorely missed.
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((AND TO MY DAD WILLIAM VALCARCEL, I LOVE YOU.)) ((AND MY DADDY GERARD ROD CAPOLA, YOUR LIGHT STILL SHINES ON.))
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[Ground-Zero]


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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
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The voices of children bring back the reminders of just how much was lost two years ago today.
200 children today read aloud the names of their parents lost in the attacks.
Tonight a tribute of light as two spotlight beams cut miles into the night sky. They will remain on until daybreak.
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Manuel Gallegus is at Ground Zero- he joins us live from the tribute of light.
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((SEEMINGLY INFINITE TWIN BEAMS OF LIGHT TOWER-OVER THE MANHATTAN SKYLINE. THEY WILL BE LIT EVERY SEPTEMBER 11TH
-SOT-MOS RE. LIGHTS /MOOD

AROUND THE TRADE CENTER CONTRUCTION SITEVISITORS PEER-THROUGH THE PERIMETER WALL NOT JUST THIS MEMORIAL NIGHT BUT EVERYDAY. SO MANY AFFECTED..SO MANY LOVED ONES LEFT BEHIND TO GRIEVE...INCLUDING SOME 3000 CHILDREN LOST THEIR PARENTS HERE. AT THE SOMBER MEMORIAL, TEARS AS THOSE CHILDREN, WITH GREAT POISE READ THE NAMES OF THOSE WHO ONCE GAVE THEM STRENGTH.

KIDS SAY NAMES - THE FEELING OF THE CEREMONYNEVER FORGET BUT MOVE FORWARD. MAYOR BLOOMBERG: AS A MAYOR AND A FATHER, I HOPE IT WILL BE A WISE AND JUST WORLD, AND THAT OUR CITY WILL ALWAYS BE THE PLACE WHERE DREAMS REACH SKYWARD AND PEOPLE LIVE IN PEACE. -NAT-AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS NEW YORK. NOW BACK TO YOU.))
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The 40 passengers and crew who fought back against terrorist hijackers were also remembered.
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Tonight in Shanksville, Pennsylvania it was with candlelight.
Earlier, church bells tolled for each of the victims on United Flight 93.
Congress also saluted them with congressional gold medals awarded today.
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[Pentagon-Memorial]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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At Arlington National Cemetery today- a wreath was laid-
and a moment of silence at 9:37 AM, the precise moment two years ago that terrorists flew a plane into the Pentagon.

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((GEN. RICHARD MEYERS/JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF; THIS WAR ON TERRORISM WILL BE A LONG HARD STRUGGLE.. REQUIRING OUR PATIENCE, COMMITMENT AND WILL.))
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The victims are being memorialized with stained glass windows dedicated today at the small Pentagon chapel.
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The tributes continued long after the sun went down here in Southwest Virginia.
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More than one hundred people came out this evening for a service at the fallen firefighters memorial in front of the Transportation museum.
It was a chance to remember the six Roanoke firefighters who have lost their lives in the line of duty as well as the 343 firefighters who died in the World Trade Center.
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((BEV FITZPATRICK/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL MEMBER: THEY NEVER KNOW WHAT THEY MIGHT FIND AT THE FIRE SCENE BUT THEY GO IN GREAT SAFE HASTE TO SERVE AND PROTECT.)) ((NAT BELL RING))
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Tonight's ceremony included the ringing of the bells, a candle light tribute, and the singing of several patriotic songs.
Those who attended were encouraged to bring flowers and lay them on the memorial.
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A water main break is causing trouble in Galax tonight.
A 12 inch water line under Route 58 ruptured this afternoon.
City crews will working through the night and into the morning to fix it.
Police recommend drivers us alternate routes between Country Club Lane and Caldwell street tomorrow morning.
Traffic should be back to normal tomorrow afternoon.

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The school year is well underway but at one Roanoke High school the next few years are getting all the attention.


Construction will soon begin on a new multi million dollar facility at Patrick Henry High School.
But as Justin McLeod discovered not everyone is giving the project an "A" plus.
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It won't be long now before faculty and students at Patrick Henry High School see some major changes.
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((RICHARD KELLEY/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS: WE PLAN ON STARTING THE PROJECT ACTUAL CONSTRUCTION IN JUNE OF 2004 SO ESSENTIALLY AT THE END OF THIS SCHOOL YEAR.)) [Runs05]
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A construction project that will cost 38 million dollars.
The plan is to do away with the existing campus style layout and replace it with a brand new three story building.


It will house expanded classrooms, labs, a fine arts wing, and a new gym.
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((CAROL BRASH/PATRICK HENRY PTA PRESIDENT: THEY'RE LOOKING AT CREATING SMALLER LEARNING COMMUNITIES WITHIN THIS LARGER HIGH SCHOOL AND CONSOLIDATING THE FOOTPRINT INTO ONE AREA.)) [Runs07]
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The public got its first detailed look at the new high school at a meeting Thursday afternoon.
They were a lot of suggestions, questions, and criticisms.
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((MARY S. ALLEN/ROANOKE RESIDENT: WHEN THEY KEEP TALKING ABOUT THE 38 MILLION DOLLARS THEY ARE GOING TO NEED A WHOLE LOT MORE THAN THAT TO GET DOWN WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE.)) [Runs07]
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Some also have concerns about traffic along Grandin Road and parking at the high school.
Recently, the architects rearranged the plans so faculty and students will park in different lots.
Some also question whether the school will be best suited with just one gym.
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((WOODY DEANS/PATRICK HENRY ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: OVER CROOKEDNESS IS MY MAIN CONCERN THAT WE WONT HAVE ENOUGH FLOOR SPACE OR LOCKEROOM SPACE IF THEY DON'T LEAVE THE EXISTING GYM THERE.)) [Runs09]
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The architects will continue to tweak the plan as construction nears.
One thing is certain the project will happen in several phases and will take nearly two years to complete.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: WILLIAM FLEMING HIGH SCHOOL WILL ALSO BE GETTING AN OVERALL. THAT PROJECT IS STILL TWO YEARS AWAY AND WILL COST 40 MILLION DOLLARS. JUSTIN MCLEOD, NEWS 7.))
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The Appomattox man who's the center of a legal battle over life-support was removed from a ventilator today.
Jason Childress was injured in a July car crash.
Today, the University of Virginia Medical Center removed his ventilator after his court-appointed guardian determined he would not want to continue living on life support.
Childress' mother, sister and fiancee supported removing the ventilator. His father and stepmother did NOT.
Since Childress had no spouse or adult children, left no written instructions and his parents could not agree, a judge appointed a guardian to make the decision.

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An oil rig collapses tonight in the Gulf of Mexico-
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A Coast Guard spokesman says the rig collapsed near the Louisiana and Mississippi coast- dumping dozens of workers into the water.
Coast guard helicopters and other vessels have picked up as many as 41 workers.
At this hour, no details on the number or extent of injuries, although we know at least two people were taken to the hospital.
No word yet on what caused the rig to collapse.
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Israel votes to boot Yasser Arafat, but hundreds of gunmen say they won't allow him to be exiled.
The latest showdown in the Middle East when News 7 returns.
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Plus a hot ride on Route 29 when a Greyhound bus catches fire.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, this former Salem Buc comes up short in his bid to pick up his 20th win. The Keydets get ready for the Tribe in Lexington, and just down the road at Southern Virginia, these Knights are set for their debut. Plus, the new ACC will have a classic inaugural football game. All that and more coming your way in sports.))

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Some Greyhound passengers got a scare this afternoon when the bus caught fire north of Lynchburg.
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Several passengers say they heard strange noises and felt the bus vibrating before the driver pulled over in the southbound lanes of Route 29 in Madison Heights.
Taking no chances, he evacuated everyone from the bus.
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((HAROLD HENDRIX/BUS PASSENGER: HE JUST TOLD EVERYBODY TO GET UP AND EVERYBODY GOT OUT AND WE GOT A COUPLE OF BAGS FROM UNDERNEATH IT, NOTHING YOU COULD DO ABOUT IT.))
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Ten passengers plus the driver were on board, but no one was injured.
It took fire crews about fifteen minutes to bring the blaze under control.
Traffic in both the north and southbound lanes was blocked for more than an hour.
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Plans for a methadone clinic are raising concerns in Roanoke County.
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The drug rehabilitation facility would be located on property at the intersection of Ogden Road and Colonial Avenue.
Life Center of Galax says the clinic is needed to serve its patients who live in the Roanoke and tNew River Valleys.
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((THESE FOLKS HAVE TO COME IN BEFORE THEY GO TO WORK IN THE MORNING AND THEN TRAVEL BACK, SO THAT'S A HARDSHIP FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE, BUT THERE ARE 70 PATIENTS IN OUR CLINIC WHEN WE SURVEYED IT HERE AT GALAX, THAT WOULD BENEFIT FROM A PROGRAM IN ROANOKE.))
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New Vista Montessori is located across the street, and officials say they're concerned about the facility being located so close to the school, and nearby residential neighborhoods.
They fear the clinic will also increase the volume of traffic at a busy intersection.
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Residents of the Georgetown Park neighborhood say they also plan to organize opposition.

[Dixon]


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A third man has been convicted in a decade-old double murder in Halifax County.
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A jury found Dexter Lamont Dixon of South Boston guilty today.
He'll spend 73 years in prison for first-degree murder and other convictions.
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In December of 1993, two men were shot to death inside their car at the Riverdale Amoco in Halifax County.
Two other Halifax County men pleaded guilty to roles in the murders.
Verlie Marion Word received two life sentences plus ten years.
Louis Jordan Powell is still awaiting sentencing.
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A defiant Yasser Arafat doesn't appear to be going anywhere... even after Israel voted in principle to expel him.
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Arafat spoke to hundreds that gathered at his West Bank Headquarters- reciting passages from the Muslim holy book.


He told the crowd we are on sacred land and we will protect and holy places.
Israel's security cabinet voted in principle to boot Arafat calling him an obstacle to peace.
It says the time and method of doing that would be figured out later- but a government spokesman says it could happen after another big terror attack by Palestinians.
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They're good enough for the sidelines, but not for the classroom.
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Still ahead on News 7, why these cheerleaders say they're devestated by the principal's decision.
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[West-nile]


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More West Nile virus cases this year nationwide, but fewer deaths.
That's according to Federal officials.
So far 29-hundred people nationwide have been infected- double last year.
But this year there are 54 deaths- 18 fewer than last year.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says this year's cases were less severe than last year.

[Commons]


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Today was the first day of classes at Washington and Lee University, and the first chance for students to get a look at a grand addition.
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Construction on the new Elrod University Commons building was completed over the summer. The late President John Elrod led the movement for the construction before he died two years ago. Officials say he would have been proud of how it turned out.
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((BUDDY ATKINS/ELROD COMMONS DIRECTOR; WITH THE TRAFFIC THAT WE'VE HAD THROUGH THE BUILDING SINCE IT'S BEEN OPENING IN GRADUAL PHASES, WITH ROOMS OPENING, WITH THE WAY THINGS HAVE GONE IN THE PAST COUPLE DAYS WITH ALL THE STUDENTS BACK, I THINK HE WOULD HAVE BEEN THRILLED TO SEE ALL THE ACTIVITY AND THE KINDS OF THINGS THAT ARE GOING ON, AND THE MIX OF PEOPLE THAT COMING TOGETHER AND USING THE FACILITY.))
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The commons cost nearly thirty million dollars to build. It will be formally dedicated in October.
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Coming up, the VMI Keydets are set for their first home game of the season, the major league wild card races are in full swing, and a look at the week three schedule for high school football, but first tonight's extra point,
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the ACC football schedule makers announced today that Miami and Florida State will open next season on Labor Day evening in Miami. The two will meet on the same weekend the following year in Tallahassee. The 'Noles and the 'Canes played for the first time in 1951 and have played continually since 1969. The two normally meet in October.
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Let's start tonight on the big league diamond where former Salem Buccaneer Esteban Loaiza was denied in his bid to become the White Sox first 20 game winner since Jack McDowell in 1993.
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Loaiza gave up five earned runs in 7 innings of work today against the Twins. Two runs came right here on the RB
I double off the bat off Shannon Stewart as Minnesota won it 5 to 2 and is now tied with Chicago atop the AL Central.
[SUPER=03-San Juan, Puerto Rico/Fox Sports Net; :]


In the NL, the Cubs lost a shot to tie the Astros in the Central after Montreal's Orlando Cabrera had three hits and an RBI in a 3-2 win. The game was the last of 22 for Montreal this season in Puerto Rico.
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To the gridiron where VMI hopes to end 17 years of frustration against William & Mary this weekend in Lexington.
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After a 37-10 loss to Navy and a win at Davidson, the Keydets return to Alumni Field for Game Three. Cal McCombs and Tribe coach Jimmy Laycock coached together at the Citadel back in 1973.
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The Commonwealth now has a new school playing football.
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Southern Virginia University is preparing to open up its first season on the gridiron this weekend. The Mormon school based in Buena Vista, which will compete as an NAIA member, has had just a few months to completely start up a program from scratch. Now, the team is just two days away from the first game in school history on Saturday at Methodist.
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Buer (BUE-ER) has a Doctorate from Brigham Young, and high hopes for the immediate future. He would like his team to be the next Bridgewater.
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The Knights don't play their first home game until September 27th.

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The high school football season rolls on with week three action tomorrow night. Friday Football Extra will bring you highlights of 14 games. Here's a look at the complete schedule.
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Tempers ran short as parents, students and administrators engaged in heated debate about the length of a skirt.
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Cheerleaders and dancers at one Washington state High School are up in arms over a ban on wearing their uniforms to class.
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((JULIA BOW/CHEERLEADER & DRILL TEAM MEMBER "IT'S ALL BEEN TAKEN AWAY FROM ME .. BECAUSE I'M BEING MADE TO FEEL I AM A BAD PERSON BECAUSE MY SKIRT'S TOO SHORT";))
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[OUT Q= my skirt's too short;]
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[VO NAT] Less than a week after the principal of Elma County High School instituted the clothing ban, he was met with national publicity and questions from his own community.
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[IN Q= from his own community;]

((KATHY SHAW/PARENT "WHY IS THIS ATTIRE NOT APPROPRIATE FOR SCHOOL AND IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR IN FRONT OF THE PUBLIC .. THAT'S GOOD QUESTION";))
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