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Coming up on News 7-
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A former V-M-I cadet killed a week ago in Iraq is laid to rest. Violence continues in the Middle East ... this time terrorists attack a neighborhood in Saudi Arabia. And it's a showdown in the Steel City. Highlights from the Virginia Tech, Pittsburgh game.
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News 7 is next.

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((JOSH WAS DOING WHAT HE WANTED TO DO, WHAT HE RAISED HIS RIGHT HAND TO DO AND I KNOW THAT HE'D WANT EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT.))
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A fallen soldier is remembered today in Alleghany County.
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

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First Lieutenant Joshua Hurley was killed in action one week ago in Iraq. Today friends and family gathered to remember the Alleghany County native's life, but as Jennifer Wishon reports, Hurley's legacy lives on.
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((((AERIAL STAGNANT SHOT OF CHURCH WITH TAPS PLAYING UNDERNEATH)) Central United Methodist Church in Clifton Forge overflowed Saturday with those who gathered to remember First Lieutenant Joshua Charles Hurley. The 24- year- old was serving with the Army's 326th Engineer Battalion of the 101st Airborne Division in Mosul, Iraq when his vehicle was hit by an explosive device November First.
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((HE CARED ABOUT HIS SOLDIERS A LOT HE CARED ABOUT US A LOT.))
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Those who served with Josh remember him as a selfless leader who won people over with his charm and love of country.
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((JOSHUA BURCH: HE SAID IT'S NOT ABOUT THE WAR, IT'S ABOUT THE MAN TO YOUR LEFT AND RIGHT AND THAT'S TRUE, IT'S A TRUE STATEMENT AND HE WAS THERE FOR THE MAN TO HIS LEFT AND RIGHT.))
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Hurley graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in 2001 with distinction, serving as a role model for his brother rats.
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((GENERAL CHARLES BROWER: WENT INTO THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS AND SERVED IN ONE OF THE GREAT DIVISIONS OF AMERICA'S ARMY, THE 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION AND I KNOW WAS A VERY PROUD AND DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN SOLDIER.))
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((BROCK DANIEL/VMI CADET: I JUST REMEMBER WATCHING HIM AND HOW HE COMMANDED HIMSELF, HE HAD SUCH A GREAT PRESENCE ABOUT HIMSELF.))
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Outside of work, the Alleghany High School graduate is remembered as a country boy who loved to fish and listen to country music. Hurley is survived by his wife who also served in Operation Iraqi Freedom, his parents and sister.
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((READY, AIM, FIRE)) The "Joes" in his platoon say Hurley should be honored, but say he sacrificed his life so that others may one day enjoy freedom, and that is something to celebrate.
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((JOSHUA BURCH: I FEEL THAT JOSH WAS DOING POSITIVE THINGS. HE WAS REBUILDING PARKS, HE WAS REBUILDING SCHOOLS, WE WERE RECONNING AREAS TO MAKE SURE PEOPLE ARE SAFE.))
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Burch says Hurley died while performing a job he loved and protecting what he believed in. His comrades plan to return to Iraq to win the battle and make sure Hurley and other soldiers haven't fallen in vain.

Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Alleghany County.))


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A soldier who's just returned from Iraq says Al Qaida operatives are everywhere and are doing everything in their power to make sure U-S soldiers fail.
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Greg Horne of Roanoke returned home today from Baghdad where he's been stationed for the past 10 months. He says Iraqi militants make explosives out of anything they can get their hands on and U-S soldiers have to watch every step they take.
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((GREG HORNE/U.S. ARMY: THEY MIGHT THROW THEIR HANDS UP, BUT AT THE SAME TIME YOU KNOW THEY MIGHT SAY WE'RE HAPPY THAT YOU'RE HERE OR WE'RE HAPPY THAT YOU'RE LIBERATING US BUT THEY COULD HAVE A NEIGHBOR OR HAVE SOMEONE HIDING IN THE DOG HOUSE IN THE BACK YARD YOU NEVER KNOW.))
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Horne is stationed at Baghdad International Airport where he services Apache Helicopters. During his 15 day leave the 29- year- old says he plans to spend time with his mother and visit his two children in California.
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[Iraq]


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Meanwhile back in Iraq, U-S troops strike back ... and the Red Cross says it's had enough. Charles D'Agata has more.
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((The US military's retaliation to the downing of the Black Hawk helicopter was swift -- and furious.
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After pounding the hills around Tikrit with 500 pound bombs, Abrams tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles blasted suspected hideouts. But this was hardly a surgical strike on the insurgents behind the attacks. The Army's aim was more psychological. LT. COL. STEVE RUSSELL/U-S ARMY WHAT WE WANTED TO DO WAS ONE, ELIMINATE THOSE INSURGENTS AND TWO, SHOW WE DO HAVE CLAWS AND TEETH...
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THE SCALE AND FORCE OF THE BOMBARDMENT WAS CLEARLY AIMED AT RATTLING THE REBELS: LESS "HEARTS AND MINDS," MORE "SHOCK AND AWE." BUT IT MAY INFLAME OTHERWISE PEACEFUL IRAQIS. WILL THE SHOW OF FORCE INTIMIDATE FIGHTERS FROM LAUNCHING MORE ATTACKS, OR WILL IT SEW MORE ANTI-AMERICAN HATRED? And nowhere in this country do they hate Americans more than in Fallujah, where two more US soldiers were killed and another wounded in a roadside bomb attack. It was not far from here that the Chinook helicopter was shot down, the start of the deadliest week for US troops since the end of major combat. Thirty four American soldiers, dead. NOT a good time for the deputy secretary of state to visit.
SOT - RICHARD ARMITAGE/DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE

I AM ABSOLUTELY CONVINCED THAT WE HAVE A VERY SOLID PLAN TO GO OUT AND GET THESE PEOPLE WHO ARE KILLING US AND KILLING IRAQIS. Less convinced is the Red Cross, which HAD pledged to stay open, EVEN after their headquarters was bombed last week. Now, it has announced that it's closing down operations in Baghdad and Basra, deciding that the situation is just too dangerous to remain.))

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There are conflicting reports out of Saudi Arabia tonight - after a series of explosions tore through the capital city of Riyadh (Ree-yahd).
U-S officials confirm at least one American is missing after the blasts - and another is in the hospital.
Bill Vitka has the latest.
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((AS EMERGENCY VEHICLES RACED TO THE SCENE -- FLAMES TOWERED INSIDE THE ALREADY TENSE SAUDI CAPITAL. THREE EXPLOSIONS RIPPED THROUGH A RESIDENTIAL COMPOUND JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT IN RIYADH, ONE DAY AFTER THE UNITED STATES WARNED OF TERROR PLOTS IN THE GULF KINGDOM. WHILE THE CASUALTY COUNT WAS UNCLEAR -- U-S OFFICIALS SAID AT LEAST ONE AMERICAN WAS HURT AND ANOTHER WAS UNACCOUNTED FOR.
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THERE WERE REPORTS OF AN EXCHANGE OF GUNFIRE WITH SECURITY GUARDS BEFORE THE BOMBINGS SHOOK THE COMPOUND -- SAID TO BE HOME TO ARABS AND SOME WESTERNERS.
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THE OFFICIAL SAUDI PRESS AGENCY SAID THE ATTACK BEARS ALL THE SIGNS OF TERRORISM. AMERICAN DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS HAD CLOSED SATURDAY AMID THE NEW TERROR ALERTS.
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A MAY ASSAULT ON WESTERN RESIDENTIAL COMPOUNDS IN RIYADH KILLED 35 PEOPLE, INCLUDING NINE AMERICANS. IT WAS BLAMED ON THE AL QAEDA NETWORK, AND SINCE THEN -- SAUDI AUTHORITIES HAVE ARRESTED HUNDREDS OF SUSPECTED MILITANTS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. BILL VITKA, CBS NEWS.))
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It's mastered the art of the burger. Still ahead on News 7, see how McDonald's is trying to master the art of coffee.
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Plus they're celebrities for an evening... as a local theater raises the curtain on a new fundraiser.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office as Kevin Jones runs wild in Pittsburgh. VMI closes out the home schedule with a win, plus Bridgewater captures another ODAC title, and Emory and Henry takes out W&L. The Express goes after its 5th straight victory and works overtime to get it. All that and more on the way in sports.))

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It was a movie star premier right in Roanoke tonight as hundreds of movie stars showed up for the first annual Silver Screen Soiree.
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Actually it was a fund raiser put on by the Grandin Theatre. Complete with a red carpet and flashing cameras, impersonators from all over the area came to experience what Grandin Theatre's Executive Director calls "Hollywood, Roanoke style." But the event is for more than fun.
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((KATHY CHITTUM/GRANDIN THEATRE EXECUTIVE DIR.-WE'VE JUST COMPLETED OUR FIRST SUCCESSFUL YEAR OF OPERATION, AND THIS IS JUST ANOTHER FUNDRAISER TO HELP US GET RID OF SOME CONSTRUCTION DEBT, GET US GOING FURTHER SO WE CAN BUY NEW EQUIPMENT AND NEW THINGS FOR THE FUTURE.))
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Chittum says they started the inaugural event hoping to raise 20 thousand dollars, but thinks the event will grow in the future. Several local businesses and restaurants donated food and items to be put up for auction. The 40 dollar tickets bought food, drinks, and of course the encore presentation of Casablanca.
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[Rescue-Mission]


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The mystery has been solved.
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You may have seen people holding signs on street corners throughout the Roanoke Valley yesterday. In fact, 300 volunteers carried cardboard signs that asked "Will you be dining with us?".
It was all part of the Rescue Mission's plan to generate a buzz about its programs, and to kick off its holiday fundraising campaign.
Officials declined to comment yesterday on the sign staging, but as they promised, this insert in today's newspaper explains it all.
And if you're wondering why the slogan, "Will you be dining with us" The Rescue Mission says it never knows who will be in need of a meal. This year more than 260-thousand meals will be served at the Rescue Mission.
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[TAKE WEBADDRESS FS 4472essC] For more information on the Rescue Mission, you can find a link to its website on our home page and click on "Websites in the news."
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The success of coffee shop chains has pushed America's number one fast food restaurant in a new direction.
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McDonald's has opened it's first U-S coffee shop in Raleigh -- it's called -- McCafe. McDonald's has been known as a fast food company that caters to kids, but company executives hope to change that perception.
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((WHEN YOU TAKE A CHILD TO A REGULAR COFFEE HOUSE THERE ARENT A LOT OF OPTIONS FOR THEM, WHEREAS HERE THERE'S A LITTLE BIT OF BOTH FOR THE PARENTS AND THE CHILD.)) [NO SUPER]
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The McCafe is not a new idea -- McDonald's has 500 of these shops across the world, but it's the first in the U-S. The new store in Raleigh is combined with a traditional McDonald's so there is still a playground, but there are internet connections for coffe drinkers taking work out of the office.
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A test flight for the newest characters at Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.
We'll show you next on News 7.
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It's no peeping tom, just a frightened deer that charged into a dressing room at a clothing store.
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It's still a few weeks until their debut,
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but some new balloons scheduled to take part in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade took a test flight today.
The new helium-filled characters are Garfield, "Strike up the Band" Barney and Sesame Street's Super Grover.
The three balloons were unveiled, inflated and tested today at the Meadowlands in New Jersey in preparation for the upcoming parade.
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They're already looking ahead to Christmas at Chicago's most famous department store.
Hundreds gathered today for the 83rd annual lighting of the Marshall Field's Christmas Tree.
The 45 foot tree will stand in the atrium of the world's second largest department store.
There are 15 thousand lights and more than 2 thousand ornaments on the tree.
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Coming up in sports, the Hokies and Panthers square off in the Steel City, VMI wins its final home game of the season, plus ODAC football from Bridgewater to Emory, and the Express skates with Columbia, but first tonight's extra point,
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77 year old John Gagliardi of Saint John's Minnesota has become the winningest coach in college football with 409 c

areer victories. Today the Johnnies beat Bethel 29-26 for the historic win. Gagliardi passes Eddie Robinson on the all time list. The award that bears his name is given to D3's best player each year at the Stagg Bowl in Salem.
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Pittsburgh receiver Larry Fitzgerald received much of the hype this week leading up to the Panthers showdown with Tech. But the Hokies Kevin Jones put on a show of his own tonight in the Steel City. Was it enough though to keep Tech in the BCS hunt?
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Jones gave Tech a 7-3 lead in the first quarter running right off tackle and scooting 12 yards for the touchdown.


But Fitzgerald caught this slant for a TD to put Pitt back on top. He now has a score in 15 straight games.
Jones added two more TD's including this 80 yard ramble to the endzone. He finished with 237 yards rushing, but Tech came up short on a crucial fourth down with just over 3 minutes left.
That opened the door for the Panthers. Rod Rutherford guided Pitt down the field and Lusaka Polite
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cashed in the game winning score with 47 ticks left. Pittsburgh beat Tech for the third straight year 31 to 28.
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Elsewhere in the top 25, top dog Oklahoma looked the part today at home against Texas A&M. The Sooners hung 77 on the Aggies scoring on 10 of their first 11 possessions. And all the points came in just three quarters.
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In Miami, the Canes lost for the second straight week as Tennessee got this TD from Derrick Tinsley in the first half to take a 10-3 lead at the half.
The Vols forced three Brock Berlin turnovers to win 10-6. Miami's 26 game home winning streak is now history.
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The VMI Keydets won their home finale over Austin Peay on Senior Day in Lexington this afternoon.
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The seniors were honored during the pregame, but it was two sophomores who carried the Keydets past the Governors.

Sean Mizzer gave the Keydets a 14-nothing lead taking the handoff and shaking a few tackles before finding the endzone on the 18 yard scamper.
A little later, Mizzer broke another finding a hole at the line of scrimmage and squeezing through on
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his way to a 31 yard TD gallop. Titus Green added two touchdown catches as VMI rolled past Austin Peay 48 to 7.
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In the ODAC Emory & Henry beat Washington & Lee by 18 points in what Steve Mason says was much more than just a game for the Wasps.
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((The Wasps outgained the Generals 442 to 180 yards in a 34-16 win. ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((:))
Although just a freshman, former Radford star Todd Woods tossed two TD passes, one to former Eastern Montgomery standout Brennan Stewart. The score made it 34-3 at the end of three quarters. ((:)) ((:))
The Generals would not pack it in. Peter Dean finds Mickael Lackett on a two yard touchdown pass. W& L scores once more but the Wasps win their second straight. ((:))
Emory and Henry will try to close out the season 5 and 5 next week at Guilford while the Generals chase win number three at home against Greensboro. In Emory, Steve Mason news 7 sports.))

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Bridgewater clinched its third straight ODAC championship this afternoon with a 59-to-13 drubbing of Randolph-Macon.
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It was senior day at Jopson Field as former Franklin Co. star Kelly Moore and the other 11 Eagles' seniors were honored in the pregame ceremonies. Bridgewater would fall behind Macon 7-to-6 thanks to this Mike Jenkins TD pass to Casey Allen. But that was it - as Bridgewater outscored the Jackets 52-to-6 the rest of the way. The Eagles rolled up 499 yards of offense and forced 5 turnovers as they win their third straight ODAC title and clinch a spot in the D-3 playoffs.
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The Roanoke Express was back on the ice trying to put the deep freeze on the Columbia Inferno tonight at the Roundhouse.
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The visitors took a 3-2 lead in the third period when David Belitski has the shot go right off his glove and into the net.
But the Express answered when Shawn Limpright found himself knocking on the door. He puts in the rebound tally to tie the score.
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The Express won in a shootout on a Dan Carlson goal.
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Finally, to the the track where there's a new Busch series points leader again after today's Target House 200.
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Scott Riggs came in with the lead but wrecked with 32 laps to go, leaving with a 38th place finish, dropping to 5th in the title hunt.
Jamie McMurray had a little better luck. Mac led 126 of the 197 laps and won his third straight Busch event at the Rock. Brian Vickers is the new points leader.
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[Deer-Store]


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It's true that retailers use marketing campaigns to lure specific consumers... But a deer?
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No one seems sure about where the creature came from... but before anyone knew what was happening, a deer ran through the parking lot of a California shopping center and into the open door of the Malibu Beach Club store.
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((THE DEER JUST CAME RUNNING IN, LOOKED AT US. I SCREAMED, RAN OUT OF THE STORE. THE DEER RAN THROUGH THE STORE, SAW HIMSELF IN THE MIRROR, ATTACKED THE MIRROR AND GOT INTO THE DRESSING ROOM.)) [NO SUPER]
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[OUT Q=got into the dressing room.]
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Some customers wedged the door shut until animal control could tranquilize the animal and remove it. (------------)