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Drivers in downtown Roanoke often don't know whether they're coming or going. We'll see how they're taking to the streets ...one way at a time.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]

And the flu bug's bite may be worse this year. How to immunize yourself.

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[ANCHOR=mike]
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The Tech 2003 report features Double D's - DeAngelo and Dale. Plus, words from Charlottesville,
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and Pedro Martinez leads the fine parade getting a $50-thousand dollar demerit for his actions on Saturday.
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[WX-Head]
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The weather gets a little bumpy tomorrow with the arrival of showers, thundershowers, followed by gusty winds.
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News 7 is next.
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(( ULTIMATELY IT WILL PULL MORE PEOPLE IN,MAKE IT A LITTLE MORE CONVENIENT TO GET AROUND. I'M ALL FOR IT.)) ((THERE WAS NOTHING WRONG WITH THE TRAFFIC PATTERN BEFORE.))
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[OUT Q=with the traffic pattern before.]
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The two-way debate continues in downtown roanoke
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As drivers, pedestrians and businesses deal with a new traffic pattern.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


And I'm Keith Humphry.
[Downtown-Traffic]
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A week after the city of Roanoke introduced two- way traffic on Campbell Avenue, reaction remains mixed.
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Motorists are getting used to the new traffic pattern, but some business owners say they are skeptical the changes will be beneficial.
[ROANOKE DOUBLE BOXES=Keith-Shannon & JoeD /Microwave;]


Joe Dashiell is downtown tonight with more on the debate.
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[SUPER=05-Roanoke]


Keith and Shannon, the changes are designed to improve drivers' access to downtown, slow traffic, and in the process increase business for downtown merchants, but critics fear a traffic jam will instead drive much of their business away.
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[SUPER=01-David Diaz/Downtown Roanoke Inc.; :18]
[SUPER=01-Gloria Jernigan/Health Unlimited; :42]
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((Traffic cones and temporary signs remain in place, and the first week of the new traffic pattern has been a learning experience for drivers and pedestrians alike.
Traffic engineers and downtown officials say it will take several weeks to shake out, but they believe the change will ultimately pay off.
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[IN Q=If you get on a one way street]

((DAVID DIAZ: IF YOU GET ON A ONE WAY STREET, YOU'VE REALLY GOT TO CIRCLE AROUND TO GET WHERE YOU NEED TO GO. WHERE TWO WAY STREETS GET YOU INTO THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. AND THAT'S WHAT WE REALLY DON'T WANT TO MISS HERE.))
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[OUT Q=we really don't want to miss here.]


Downtown businesses are split on the change.
Gloria Jernigan, an employee of Health Unlimited, says she's warming up to the traffic pattern .
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[IN Q=I've got to get used to it.]

((I'VE GOT TO GET USED TO IT, BUT OTHER THAN THAT I THINK IT WILL HELP THE BUSINESS. AND I LIKE IT. I LIKE IT A LOT.))


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[OUT Q=I like it a lot.]


Across the street at Henri Kessler, Owner Carl Rosen was against the change and says he remains skeptical.
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[IN Q=People come downtown to work]

((PEOPLE COME DOWNTOWN TO WORK AN THEN THEY COME BACK TO PLAY. IF WE ARE FACED WITH A TRAFFIC JAM, MY FEAR IS THEY WILL NOT COME BACK DOWN TO PLAY BECAUSE THEY WALKED AWAY OR DRIVEN AWAY WITH A BAD TASTE IN THEIR MOUTHS.))
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[OUT Q=with a bad taste in their mouths.]))
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Another downtown merchant I spoke with, said he hasn't seen any impact on his business, either good or bad, since the new traffic pattern was introduced.
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Keith and Shannon, like others with an interest in downtown Roanoke , he says the jury is still out.


[Plymouth]


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Another manufacturing company in our area has closed its doors.
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Plymouth, Incorporated terminated all of its operations Saturday. The company makes back to school paper products for brands like Crayola and C-V-S. Officials say the company has been struggling over the past three years, and filed for bankruptcy in August.
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((JOEY ALTIZER/PLYMOUTH, INC. C.F.O.:OUR ORIGINAL INTENTIONS WERE TO REORGANIZE. WE HAD LOOKED FOR INVESTORS AT VARIOUS POINTS AND TIME, WERE UNABLE TO BRING THOSE TO FRUITION, AND BASICALLY IT TURNED INTO AN ASSET SALE TO THE ELEVEN PRECEDING,WHICH OBVIOUSLY TURNED INTO A LIQUIDATION.))
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Martin Designs, an Ohio-based company, won the company's assets Friday, and will continue manufacturing products overseas.
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[IN Q=the entire]

((THE ENTIRE BACK TO SCHOOL INDUSTRY HAS BECOME SUCH A COMPETITVE INDUSTRY ITSELF WITH COMPETITION OVERSEAS, THAT U.S. MANUFACTURING AGAIN, WAS COMING UP SHORT.))
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[OUT Q=coming up short]
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57-workers were affected by the close. Plymouth has been in business at the Radford facility since 1992.
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[Odighizuwa]


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A grand jury indicted Peter Odighizuwa (oh-dig-ih-ZOO'-uh) today on capital murder charges.
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[SUPER=03-Grundy/September 26;]

The former Appalachian School of Law student is charged in the shooting deaths of his dean, a professor and another student in January of last year. He now faces three counts of capital murder, three counts of attempted capital murder, and six weapons charges. In September a judge ruled Odighizuwa was mentally competent to stand trial, despite being diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic.
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[Sniper-trial]


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A year after the Washington-area was terrorized by a string of shootings, jury selection for one of the sniper suspects gets underway tomorrow in Virginia Beach.
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42-year-old John Allen Muhammed is to go on trial on two capital-murder charges in the death of Dean Meyers.
Meyers was shot dead last year at a gas station near Manassas.
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Legal experts say Muhammad's jurors are likely to be tougher than the average jury.
That's because in capital cases, all jurors must be "death qualified," meaning capable of imposing the ultimate penalty.
Those who oppose capital punishment will be automatically removed from the jury pool.
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((STEVEN BENJAMIN/CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY: THE UNFORTUNATE RESULT OF DEATH QUALIFYING JURIES IS THAT WE LOSE A SIGNIFICANT NUMBER OF PEOPLE WE WOULD ORDINARILY WANT ON A JURY, PEOPLE WHO DON'T NECESSARY BELIEVE WHAT THE GOVERNMENT SAYS TO THEM.))
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The jury selection process is expected to take several days.

[SOL-Tutorial]


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Virginia students who need extra help to pass the SOL reading test, can now get it with a click of a mouse.
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State officials unveiled an online tutorial today.
It will be available to 800 high school students who have to retake the SOL reading test.
The reading assessment is one of two SOL tests that students must pass this year in order to graduate.
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If successful, state officials plan to expand the online tutorial statewide.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN BOARD]
Also beginning this week, a toll-free Project Graduation Hotline for parents and students seeking information on graduation requirements.
That number is 1-866-835-6039.
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Still ahead on News 7, the NAACP takes the unusual step of endorsing a Republican Senate candidate.
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Plus a creepy-crawly signs of fall.
Why spiders are moving in.
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[Flu-Shots]
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Flu season is upon us ... and experts are predicting a bad one.
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Area doctors say now is the time for the people most at risk to start protecting themselves. [***News 7 @ 6 in MONITOR***]
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Marya Jones tells us there are even more options to do so this year.
That's right, Keith and Shannon,
The good news is there's no shortage of flu vaccine
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this year AND there's a new option that DOESN'T involve needles.
The bad news is that doctors say many people who need protection from the flu are still not getting it ... and the health they're risking may not be their own.
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((nats nurse: have a seat.))
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Bud Nininger (NINE-inger) is getting an early jump on the flu season -- just what his doctor says he should do.
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((nats nurse: RELAX. BIG STICK.))
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((BUD NININGER/FLU SHOT PATIENT: THE PEOPLE IN THE KNOW TELL ME THIS IS SOMETHING I NEED TO TAKE EARLY, SO MY IMMUNITY CAN BE BUILT UP.)) [RUNS:06]
Each year, more than 36,000 people die from complications of flu.
90 percent of them were over age 65.
Doctors say a flu shot would have prevented MOST of them.
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((DR. KEVIN KELLEHER: IT'S EARLY FOR THE FLU, BUT IT'S NOT EARLY FOR FLU SHOTS.)) [RUNS:03]
Dr. Kevin Kelleher started giving the shots last week.
He says October and early November are the best times to get them -- especially for the patients who are most vulnerable.
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((DR. KEVIN KELLEHER: OLDER PEOPLE, PEOPLE OVER 65, PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC ILLNESSES, SUCH AS DIABETES, RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS OR CARDIAC PROBLEMS.)) [RUNS:07]
And for those who hate needles, there's a new option this year: Flu Mist -- administered as a nose spray.
But beware -- it's not for the people who need protection the most.
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((FLU MIST IS ONLY INDICATED FOR THE AGES 5 TO 49. SO THAT'S NOT MOST OF THE PEOPLE THAT SHOULD GET THE SHOT.)) [RUNS:06]))
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The Flu Mist won't be easy to find in Southwest Virginia.
Most doctors aren't carrying it yet because it's too new, too expensive and isn't intended for elderly patients.

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But it may be available to children with immune problems.
Keith and Shannon?

[Newman]


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Four of Lynchburg's most influential black leaders say they're tired of Democrats taking the African-American vote for granted. They've endorsed a Republican for state senate.
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Senator Steve Newman says he's worked hard to make inroads with the minority community which traditionally votes Democratic.
That apparently has paid off. Today, the city's most outspoken black activists announced they are endorsing Newman's bid for re-election.
Both sides call it a historic day in the city's political history.
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((GARNELL STAMPS/LYNCHBURG NAACP PRESIDENT: I AM NOT CHANGING PARTIES, I AM NOT DECEIVING MYSELF NOR ANYBODY ELSE TO THINK THAT THIS TIME NEXT YEAR, MR. NEWMAN AND I WILL BE VOTING AND SUPPORTING THE SAME PERSON FOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. BUT WE'RE NOT TALKING ABOUT THE PRESIDENCY, WE'RE TALKING ABOUT WHO IS GOING TO REPRESENT ALL OF THE CITIZENS IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA.)) ((SEN. STEVE NEWMAN/R-LYNCHBURG: WE'RE PLANNING ON GETTING THE MESSAGE OUT THAT WE WANT TO BE THE REPRESENTATIVE OF ALL THE COMMUNITY AND TO HAVE REVEREND STAMPS OF COURSE AND REVEREND COLEMAN AND FLETCHER HUBBARD AND DANNY MCCAIN JOINING OUR CAMPAIGN CERTAINLY IS GOING TO HAVE AN IMPACT ON ELECTION DAY.))
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Newman's opponent.. businessman Bob Clarke.. could not be reached for comment.
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[Stocks]


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Wall Street's major averages now stand at their highest levels in more than a year after opening the week with a win. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW gained 90 points today.
NASDAQ rose 18.
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[Spiders]
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With Halloween just weeks away, you may be planning to hang spider decorations.
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Then again, since this is peak spider season, you may have plenty of the real thing.
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((IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR WHERE SPIDERS SEEM TO BE RUNNING OUT OF FOOD.)) [RUNS:04]
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Autumn may be known for the harvest but, in the world of the arachnid, times are tight. Cooler temperatures mean fewer of the bugs spiders eat. So, in a word, the web weavers are hungry.
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[IN Q=With less flying insects and crawling...]

((RON WOOD/EXTERMINATOR: WITH LESS FLYING INSECTS AND CRAWLING INSECTS AVAILABLE TO THEM THEY SEEM TO BE FEELING THE URGENCY TO THROW WEBS UP IN PLACES LIKE OVERHANGS, AROUND WINDOWS AND DOORS. THEY'RE JUST VERY PREVALENT RIGHT NOW.)) [RUNS:16]
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You've heard of the rare brown recluse and much more common black widow. But experts say, even sac spiders and hobo spiders can be dangerous.
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[IN Q = It doesn't have to be a real...]

((WOOD: IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE A REAL POISONOUS SPIDER - IT CAN BE A SPIDER WHOSE VENOM IS LESS TOXIC THAN OTHERS, BUT PEOPLE JUST HAVE REACTIONS.)) [RUNS:07]
[OUT Q=but people just have reactions.]

That's why Wood says suggests using extra caution. Wear gloves when working in the yard, especially around shrubs and mulch beds. And be alert reaching into closets and putting on shoes. Finally, be patient
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[IN Q=Spiders can actually thrive...]

((WOOD: SPIDERS CAN ACTUALLY THRIVE UP THROUGH COLD MONTHS PRIMARILY BECAUSE THEY'RE SEEKING SHELTER AND THEY'RE GONNA COME IN WHERE THE TEMPERATURES ARE CONDUCIVE TO THRIVING WHICH IS NORMALLY INDOORS.)) [RUNS:16]
[OUT Q=which is normally indoors.]))
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If you're bitten by a spider Wood suggests trying to catch it so it can be identified.

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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports - UVa and Florida State look to bounce back from disappointments. Fines for everyone in the Majors,
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and De Angelo Hall the Big East special teams player of the week headlines tonight Tech 2003 report along with a trip to Wise.
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The Battle in Baton Rouge is officially delayed, Hall gets a much deserved Big East honor and a former Tech great is humbled by the current success on campus. Those are the items in this week's Tech 2003 Report.
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(( De Angelo Hall became the first player in BIG EAST history to return two punts for touchdowns in the same game this past Saturday and Virginia Tech defeated Syracuse 51-7 and jumped to number 3 in the national polls. The junior from Chesapeake scored on a 58-yard dash and a 60 yards gallop in less than 2 minutes.
Hall finished with five returns for 155 yards. He's currently 7th in the nation averaging 17 yards a return.
He also is a true junior who could bolt for the NFL a season early should he chose to do so. Right now that's not even an option. ((DEANGELO HALL:)) Hall's skills impressed former Hokie all-American Carroll Dale who was back on campus to be honored in the school's NFL Flashback ceremony. The Wise native played at Tech from 1956-1959 when he won southern conference player of the year honors. He also played on three title teams with the Green Bay Packers under Vince Lombardi. He has seen it all - but the magnitude of Tech's success has been a stunner. ((CARROLL DALE:)) Dale, is the athletic director at UVa-Wise where he has overseen the development of facilities and programs since 1991 including the Astroturf stadium that seats nearly 5000 fans. ((CARROLL DALE:)) And it's now official - the Hokies will NOT play LSU in Baton Rouge next season. That game has officially been moved to the 2007 season much to the displeasure of LSU head coach Nick Saban.))
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[ANCHOR=mike]
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And Tech also announced tonight that the Boston College game on November 22nd is completely sold out.

[S-UVA]


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Seventh ranked Forida State comes to Charlottesville Saturday for a 7:45 kick off on ESPN. Just the medicine UVa needs after a overtime Clemson loss. Steve Mason explains.
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Game four of the ALCS tonight, but earlier
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fines were handed down in the big leagues for the bench clearing fiasco on Saturday between the Yankees and Red Sox. Pedro Martinez was fined $50 thousand bucks for his part in the incident. Manny Ramirez was hit with a $25 thousand dollar fines. And Yankees Karim Garcia was fined 10 thousand and coach Don Zimmer five thousand . Game four is tonight in Boston with Mussina going against Wakefield. (------------)