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Coming up on News 7-
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The Bush camp wards off speculation that staffers broke the law by being vindictive. Plus, NASA is again aiming for the stars. We'll tell you when the next shuttle may go up. And a look inside these Lynchburg homes may help you change your own.
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News 7 is next.

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((Do you think the White House should release phone logs, if necessary, to figure out who talked to whom?
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cooperates.))
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Did White House staffers leak the top secret name of a CIA agent as revenge? An investigation by the Justice Department could be on the horizon.
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Good evening, I'm Shannon Young, in for Teresa Hamilton.

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The president's National Security Advisor today issued the latest White House comment denying that senior administration officials had blown the cover of a C-I-A agent.
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((CONDOLEEZA RICE/NATIONAL SECURTY ADVISOR- I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT ANY SUCH CALLS, AND I DO KNOW THAT THAT PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES DOES NOT EXPECT HIS WHITE HOUSE TO BEHAVE IN THAT WAY ))
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In July, columnist Robert Novak said two administration officials gave him the agent's name -- the Washington Post reports as many as a half dozen journalists were given the name. The alleged motive for outting the agent may have been revenge against her husband -- former ambassador Joseph Wilson.
Wilson had published an article saying there was no concrete evidence that Iraq had purchased uranium in Africa.
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((JOSEPH WILSON/FORMER AMBASSADOR, AGENT'S HUSBAND--FOR AN ADMINISTRTION THAT CAME TO WASHINGTON PROMISING TO RESTORE HONOR AND DIGNITY TO THE WHITE HOUSE, THIS KIND OF LOW BLOW, EVEN IN A BARE KNUCKLED TOWN LIKE WASHINGTON, WAS NEITHER HONORABLE NOR DIGNIFIED))
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National Security Advisor Condoleeza Rice said that if the Justice Department comes asking for information -- the White House will cooperate.
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Several people are injured after apparently falling from a building in Blacksburg. The incident happened on the 500 block of Harrell Street around 10 o'clock this evening. One person was transported to Roanoke Memorial Hospital by helicopter, and several others were taken Montgomery Regional Hospital. We have a crew on the way to the scene, and will give more details as they become available.

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Governor Mark Warner says some people are trying to take advantage of victims of Hurricane Isabel.
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Last week the Governor toured the South River area of Rockbridge County which was hit hard by flooding. He said repair scams have popped up across the Commonwealth, and to be wary of anyone who requires payment up front.
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((GOV. MARK WARNER; WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE CLAMP DOWN ON ANY OF THOSE CON ARTISTS WHO MOVE IN WORKING WITH THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU TO STOP THAT FROM HAPPENING, BECAUSE THERE'S STILL A LOT OF PEOPLE AROUND VIRGINIA WHO ARE ARE HURING.))
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Warner says to also be on the lookout for phony charities and to stick to established charitible organizations to make sure donations go to the victims.
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Government officials are also warning about con-artists posing as federal emergency representatives. FEMA says inspectors NEVER ask for money, and do NOT drive cars marked with the agency's logo. Officials say if an inspector comes to your home, you should ask to see identification before signing any papers.

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16- year- old Jenni Northrup was reported missing one week ago today.
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The Roanoke native was last seen heading for a 7-11 on Williamson Road, but store employees say she never got there. She did however, call her father from a pay phone at the Roanoke Weiner Stand and use a code word to indicate she was in trouble. Her parents continue to distribute flyers in the Roanoke area.
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They've also started an email campaign, which has prompted phone calls from all over the east coast. Still the Northrups say they have no real leads as to where their daughter may be. Anyone with information is asked to call their local police.

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A business in Roanoke was heavily damaged by fire early this morning.
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Firefighters say the blaze broke out just before two at Dameron's Custom Cabinets on Salem Turnpike in Northwest Roanoke. The building also houses an auto garage which had several cars inside at the time. Investigators have not determined the cause of the fire or the amount of damage. One firefighter burned his hand, but no one else was hurt. Salem Turnpike has since reopened.
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Three deaths are being blamed on a blackout that left all of Italy in the dark.
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Electricity started to come back on this morning, but big portions of southern Italy are still without power. The national grid authority said the blackout was caused by a malfunction of incoming electricity lines from abroad.

The problem is not a new one for the Italians -- Authorities called for controlled brown-outs earlier this year because high summer temperatures put too much stress on the power system.
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NASA is working to return the space shuttle to orbit. Space shuttle Atlantis is being prepped for launch as early as March. John Zorela has more.
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((Seven months ago, many of the men and women who work here scoured thick brush and forest in Texas for wreckage of the Shuttle Columbia. That was the low point. Now, they are working towards the high point...when shuttles fly again.
"everybody was saddened by columbia but these people are pulling up the bootstraps and they're hittin it every day and you don't hear anybody saying we can't. Everybody's out here working their tails off." Working to prepare Atlantis for a scheduled March 11th liftoff. It will be the first to fly again. Cacooned in scaffolding in the Orbiter Processing Facility, a giant space plane hanger, the shuttle is barely recognizable. The engineers here are working on the wings...from the inside... "looks good." to the painstaking work outside...removing for inspection all 44 of Atlantis's leading edge panels to insure there are no defects. "what you are seeing here is something we haven't done before where we completely disect all the hardware; look at every nut, bolt, very closely. we're measuring all the installation gaps. measuring parts. verifying holes are still round." It was a leading edge panel on Columbia's left wing that was breached 81 seconds after liftoff by a piece of foam insulation that broke loose from the shuttle's giant external fuel tank. On re-entry, super hot gas entered the hole in the wing, causing Columbia to break apart. "the atlantis engineering team is confident it's work will be done on the vehicle in time for a march 11th. liftoff. But nasa officials say there may not be enough time between now and then to implement all the recommendations of the Columbia accident investigation board. The board recommended NASA improve the impact resistance of panels and thermal tiles. That will take time. For now, the space agency is concentrating on eliminating the shedding of debris from the external tank that can hit the delicate tiles. NASA is also working on a method for in-orbit inspection and repair of the tiles. Putting all this in place could push the launch date back weeks.))
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Still ahead on the newscast, Sunday is no longer a day of rest for a Christian bookstore,
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And you can try to sleep tight tonight but experts say the bed bug is back in a big way. We'll have the story when we return.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, Elliott Sadler walks away from this somersault today at Talladega where Waltrip found his way to victory lane. The Skins pick up their 3rd win and the Panthers remain unbeaten. Plus an update on Tech's walking wounded and a chat with Cavs kicker Connor Hughes. All that and more on the way in sports.))

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Just talking about them can make you itch. Bed bugs are making a comeback -- thanks to international trade and travel. Kris Osborne has the story.
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((ABOUT A QUARTER OF AN INCH LONG, AND LURKING UNDETECTED IN CORNERS, THESE LITTLE CREATURES STALK THEIR PREY, THEN ATTACK we've seen a tremendous increase over the past several years, and every year it continues to get worse. bed bugs are back and they're biting us all over. PEST CONTROL EXPERTS SAY THAT ACROSS THE COUNTRY BED BUGS ARE MAKING A BIG, ITCHY COMEBACK. THESE SIX LEGGED PARASITES LIKE TO TRAVEL.... Bed bugs can go from point a to point b, they're great hitchhikers, can catch a ride on luggage, THEY ALSO ENJOY FEEDING ON WARM-BLOODED MAMMALS - LIKE HUMANS. THEIR CALLING CARD LOOKS LIKE THIS - LARGE RED WELTS.
some people react with mild welts, some other people get a pretty nice sized red spot from bed bugs THE KEY TO COUNTER-ATTACK, PEST EXPERTS SAY, IS KNOWING WHERE THE ENEMY IS C: So how do you know, what's the telltale signs that there are bed bugs, obviously, there's a bed here. The important thing is the bed bugs are not going to be coming out in the open. if they are going to infest a bed, they are typically going to be under the mattress in the seams BED BUGS ARE NOCTURNAL, AND GOOD AT HIDING they are going to be in baseboards, bedboards, electrical outlets, switches, any places that there's a tight spot BEDBUGS AREN'T DANGEROUS AND DON'T SPREAD DISEASE - BUT THEY ARE RESILIENT. THEY CAN HIBERNATE IN FLOORBOARDS FOR MONTHS. AND MODERN PESTICIDES USUALLY TARGET A SPECIFIC INSECT - ANTS OR COCKROACHES FOR EXAMPLE.....THE BEDBUGS GO FREE, BUT EXTERMINATORS SAY THEY ARE NOT INVINCIBLE... you can eliminate them completely UNTIL PERHAPS THE NEXT ARRIVALS.... ))


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The first black woman to win at Wimbledon has passed away.
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Althea Gibson was the first African American tennis player to compete in the U-S championship and Wimbledon. She won Wimbledon in 19-57 and 58 and would go on to win the U-S Championship and French Open. Gibson, a Harlem native had been ill for years. She died this morning at the age of 76.
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Up ahead on the newscast, we'll take a tour of some historic homes in Lynchburg.
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and, some restaraunts have tanks full of lobsters but this eatery in Spain is taking fishy displays to a whole new level.
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A Christian book store in Roanoke County is now including Sunday as a part of the work week.
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Starting today the Family Christian Store on Starkey Road will be open seven days a week. The president of the retail chain says he knows the decision will be met with some criticism, but that he believes it will better serve customers. He says people should be able to purchase Christian resources to meet their needs every day of the week. In order to support regular times of worship, the store will not be open Sunday mornings.
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The restoration of historic homes has become increasingly popular but a Lynchburg group would like to see still more of an interest taken in the city's historic treasures. As Jennifer Wishon reports, some residents opened their homes today in the hope of mustering up a little inspiration.


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Dennis Newton has fully restored Lynchburg's Beasley House on Washington Street. One of many preserved structures on the Historical Foundation's Home Tour Sunday. But even though Beasley House is restored, keys to it's past remain.
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((DENNIS NEWTON: WHEN I BOUGHT THE HOUSE IN MAY OF 1974, AND IT WAS SIX APARTMENTS WHEN I BOUGHT IT, AND WE STILL LEFT SOME OF THE REMNANTS OF THE APARTMENTS, FOR EXAMPLE, ON THIS DOOR THERE'S A HOLE HERE AND THIS WAS A DEAD BOLT AND THAT WAS ONE OF THE DOORS THAT WENT INTO THE APARTMENT.))
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Newton says the restoration was done in two phases. He was able to do much of the work himself, but admits there was a lot of luck involved.
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((THE GATES ON THE FRONT OF THE HOUSE, THE IRON GATES THAT YOU OPEN UP TO COME IN, THEY WERE BEING USED AS A TRELLIS AT A HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY AND I WAS ABLE TO GET THOSE BACK.))
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Locust Thicket on Old Forest Road is an original country home with a lengthy past.
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((HUGH JACKSON: IT WAS THE HOME OF MAJOR SAMUEL SCOTT OF THE REVOLUTION. HE CAME HERE IN 1784 WITH HIS BRIDE AND BUILT A MANSION AND IT HAS HISTORY TOUCHING THE REVOLUTION, THE WAR OF 1812 AND THE CIVIL WAR.))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/REPORTING: MANY PEOPLE ARE USED TO VISITING LOCUST THICKET TO SHOP AROUND AT JACKSON'S ANTIQUE STORE, BUT STARTING IN ABOUT A MONTH, THEY'LL BE ABLE TO DINE AT GRACE'S RESTAURANT.))
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((TRENT TREBILCOX: IT'S A VERY WELL KNOWN HOME IN THE CITY AND SO WE'RE EXPECTING THAT PEOPLE WILL WANT TO COME SEE IT AS IT IS NOW AND AS IT WILL BE IN THE FUTURE AS A RESTAURANT AS WELL.))
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((BROOKS TREBILCOX: WHAT WE WANT TO OFFER IS A VERY INTIMATE DINING EXPERIENCE FOR PEOPLE VERY COMFORTABLE, VERY WELCOMING.))
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Hugh Jackson grew up at Locust Thicket and helped his mother run her antique store. He hopes what the Trebilcox and others are doing will become contagious.
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((HUGH JACKSON: IT'S VERY IMPORTANT THAT WE SAVE ALL THE OLD BUILDINGS IN LYNCHBURG. SO MANY OF THEM HAVE BEEN DESTROYED OVER THE YEARS.))
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Money made on the tour will go towards Lynchburg's Historic Foundation so they can continue to help preserve the Hill City's heritage. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Lynchburg.))


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Coming up, the Panthers remain unbeaten and the Redskins move to three and one, plus Michael Waltrip wins a wild Talladega race, and Tech moves up in the polls, but first tonight's extra point,
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Just three days from his 60th birthday, John Mackovic has been fired as the head football coach at the University of Arizona. The Wildcats started the season one and four, losing to LSU, Oregon, and Purdue by a combined score of 166 to 30. Defensive coordinator Mike Hankwitz takes over as interim head coach.
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Dale Earnhardt, Junior was bidding for his 5th straight Talladega win this afternoon, but his teammate Michael Waltrip had a little more juice at the end, and picked up his 2nd victory of the season.
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We pick it up just nine laps in when Jeremy Mayfield cuts down a tire, triggering this melee. That put 6 cars behind the wall and punctured the grill of Junior's car.
Then with under 10 laps , Elliott Sadler moves down the track and gets clipped by Kurt Busch. Sadler then went on a wild ride getting airborne and rolling several times. Sadler was alert but airlifted to a local hospital where he was later released.
The race was red flagged for ten minutes, but on the restart Michael Waltrip and Dale Junior were out front. Waltrip beat Little E to the finish line as Bobby Labonte and several others stacked up behind him.
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The Washington Redskins nearly blew a 17 point lead today against New England but held on for their third win of the season.
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Neither team won any style points in the first half. The Skins 'd' picked off three Tom Brady passes in this one, and led a defensive struggle 6 to 3 at the half.
The offense found the endzone early in the third quarter as Ladell Betts crashes in from a couple of yards out. His third TD of the season made it 13 to 3 Washington.
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The Pats got to within three in the fourth quarter as Brady threw two touchdown tosses, but the Skins survived 20 to 17.
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Elswhere former Skin Stephen Davis ran for 153 yards and a touchdown helping Carolina end a 6 game losing skid to Atlanta 23 to 3. The Panthers are now three and oh.
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And in the Steel City, Steve McNair completed 15 of 16 passes for 161 yards and 3 TD's as the Titans embarrassed the Steelers 30 to 13.
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Virginia Tech has moved up to number 4 in both the AP and Coaches polls this week. After four straight home games to open the season, the Hokies now hit the road for their first Big East contest of the season.
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The Hokies also will have to travel to Rutgers without two of their top receivers. Both Justin Hamilton and Richard Johnson were injured yesterday against U-Conn.
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Both Hamilton and Johnson are expected to be back in two weeks. However, defensive tackle Jason Lallis could be out much longer. Lallis, who injured the MCL in his right knee, is expected to undergo an MRI on Monday morning.

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UVA is just on the fringe of the top 25 heading into this week's showdown at North Carolina. Steve Mason takes a look back at Saturday's dramatic win over Wake Forest with Cavs kicker Connor Hughes.
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[Aquarium-Restaraunt]


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Eating fish is good for your body. Watching fish is good for your stress level.
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[VO-NAT :15]
[SUPER=03-Valencia, Spain;]

At the Submarine Restaraunt in Valencia Spain, you can do both. That's because seafood not only makes up the menu - it makes up the decor. Patrons of the upscale establishment say they don't *consiously* consider the view while choosing an entree.
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[IN Q=Maybe subconsciously, I wouldn't know, might be .]

((MAYBE, SUBCONSCIOUSLY, I WOULD KNOW, MIGHT BE. I KNOW THAT IN THE MIDDLE AGES, IN THE RENAISSANCE THEY WOULD HAVE DRAWINGS OF BIRDS AND THINGS LIKE THAT IN THE DINING ROOMS. APPARENTLY IT HELPS, YEAH.))
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[OUT Q=apparently it helps, yeah.]
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[VO-NAT :05]

The aquarium boasts about 10-thousand fish. None of which, at this point, are on the menu. (------------)