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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
Still breezy and cold, but the winds will begin diminishing as the day goes on.
Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner has your Friday forecast, up next.





[7-11Cabin-Lake]


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The cause of a fire at an apartment complex in Danville is still undetermined at this time.
The blaze destroyed six units, and heavily damaged several others.
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[SUPER=03-Danville;]


The fire broke out just before 4 o'clock in building 130 at the Cabin Lake Apartments.
The complex is located on Springfield Road in North Danville.
It would take more than two hours and thirty firefighters to get the blaze under control.
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[SOT 3:59]
[IN Q=It's always hard]

((R. K. HARVEY/DANVILLE ASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF: IT'S ALWAYS HARD HERE AT THE CONDOMINIUMS PLUS THE WIND REALLY HAMPERED US. WE HAD GUST OF WIND 40 MILES An HOUR. IT WAS REALLY DIFFICULT, IT'S HARD ON THE PERSONNEL WITH COLD TEMPERATURES, WIND BLOWING, PLUS THE WIND WAS PUSHING THE FIRE.))
[SUPER=01-R. K. Harvey/Danville Assistant Fire Chief;]
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[OUT Q=pushing the fire]
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Investigators believe the fire started on a bed in the middle apartment.
No one was injured, but several animals died as a result of the fire.
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[SOT 14:58]
[IN Q=I have 20-thousand]

((TARA FITZGERALD/CABIN LAKE RESIDENT: I HAVE 20-THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF BIRDS SO IT IS REALLY HARD. YOU'VE HAD THEM FOR TEN YEARS SO IT IS HARD.))
[SUPER=01-Tara Fitzgerald/Cabin Lake Resident;]
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[OUT Q=so it is hard]
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The fire marshal is still trying to determine the cause but says there is nothing suspicious about it and most likely was accidental.
Damage estimates are still being calculated but will most likely be in the thousands of dollars.
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[7-1197-Fire]


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[TAKE TAKE TAKE]

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[SUPER=03-Danville/November 1997]


This wasn't the first fire at the Cabin Lake complex.
A devastating blaze destroyed three buildings on Thanksgiving Day, 1997.
Some 250 people were left without a place to live.
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[7-11Crime-Spree]


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The man suspected in a 24-hour crime spree in central Virginia is now in custody.
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[SUPER=03-Lynchburg;]


Police say the suspect robbed two convenience stores in Lynchburg by forcing his way in and taking money from the cash register.
After allegedly trying to take a car at gunpoint from another store owner in Nelson County, the suspect took off, and ran up Route 29.
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[IN Q=Then a deputy]

((GARY BRANTLEY/NELSON CO. SHERIFF: THEN A DEPUTY ARRIVED ON THE SCENE AND HE RAN FROM HIM. ANOTHER DEPUTY CAUGHT HIM ON 29 AND THEY HAD AN ALTERCATION THERE IN WHICH THEY WERE FIGHTING OVER THE DEPUTY'S GUN. HE AGAIN GOT AWAY AND RAN ACROSS 29.))
[SUPER=01-Gary Brantley/Nelson Co. Sheriff;]
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[OUT Q=and ran across 29.]
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K-9 teams helped capture the suspect in Nelson County just after two o-clock yesterday afternoon.
He's been identified as 23-year-old Orlando Edward Garland from Washington D-C.
Garland is facing a multitude of charges in Lynchburg and Nelson County.
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[55-WXHeads]


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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
A blustery start to your Friday, with temperatures only topping out in the upper 40s to near 50.
Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has a look ahead at the weekend, coming up.

[55-2-11Roanoke-Fire]


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A Roanoke apartment complex caught fire last night.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Crews were called to Mountain Manor Homes on Elm Avenue about 9:15.
One apartment was destroyed... some others suffered smoke and water damage.
Firefighters believe a resident may have fallen asleep with a cigarette or match, but they're still investigating.
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[55-11Barn-Fire]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;]

Four fire departments responded to a barn fire in Botetourt County yesterday afternoon. Minutes after igniting, witnesses say flames were shooting 50- feet into the air.
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[SOT 10:31:34]
[IN Q=It took about 15 minutes]

((CHRIS MOORE: IT TOOK ABOUT 15 MINUTES FOR THE ROOF TO COLLAPSE WHEN I GOT HERE AND BY THE TIME WE GOT THE REST OF THE HORSES OUT IT WAS PRETTY MUCH GONE.))
[SUPER=07-Chris Moore;]
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[OUT Q=pretty much gone]
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[VO-NAT]

Four horses died in the fire. George Moore raised horses on the farm for about 50 years. All of his saddles, trophies and books were destroyed in the blaze. The family was in the middle of renovating the old barn. Firefighters have not released a cause.
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[55-11Bedford-Supervisors]


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What WAS a vacant seat on the Bedford County Board of Supervisors is now filled.
Last night, Bedford supervisors chose Glenn Ayers of Moneta to serve a one-year term.
They say all 14 applicants for the position were well qualified, but they believed Ayers will be well-accepted in the community.
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[SUPER=04-August;]


Ayers fills the seat vacated by Kirby Richardson.
Richardson resigned last month after he was indicted for allegedly forging V-DOT public comment sheets.
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[55-11Deer-Season]


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As the peak of deer season nears, hunters are preparing for it.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape;]

While the black powder and archery seasons have been open for weeks, general firearms season begins this Saturday instead of Monday.
In addition, several counties have added hunting days. State wildlife officials say they don't think the added days will affect the number of deer killed, because there will be less pressure on deer and hunters will be more spread out.
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[SOT - 3:54]
[IN Q=Our kill usually...]

((JIM BOWMAN/REGIONAL WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST; OUR KILL USUALLY RUNS ABOUT 200,000 LAST YEAR IT WAS ABOUT 213,000 STATEWIDE. I WOULD EXPECT THAT THE KILL WOULD BE SIMILAR I DON'T SEE ANYTHING THAT SHOULD MAKE IT INCREASE DRAMATICALLY OR DECREASE DRAMATICALLY THIS YEAR.))
[SUPER=01-Jim Bowman/Regional Wildlife Biologist;]
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[OUT Q=dramatically this year.]
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Bowman also says that because of a small acorn crop this year, deer will likely move out of the woods into fields to find food.
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[LEO IN CHROMAKEY]

WEATHER PRO





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(Good Bye!)



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(AD-LIB Bye)



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[8Wx-Headline]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom...
It's another day to bundle up, with morning temperatures in the 30s.
But we'll see the winds begin dying down later today.
Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has your Friday outlook, straight ahead.






[8-11Brush-Fire]


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A brush fire in Giles County has been contained.
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[SUPER=03-Giles Co.]


A 3-acre brush fire broke out early yesterday morning near the train tracks on Big Falls Road near the Montgomery county line.
The rough terrain and 30-mile an hour winds made it difficult to put out.
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[8-11McDaniel]


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A man suspected of taking part in a drive-by shooting in Bedford County last week remains at large.
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21-year-old Brandon McDaniel faces attempted murder charges.
[SUPER=03-Campbell Co.]


An investigator spotted his car parked outside an apartment complex on Timberlake Road yesterday.
Police and a SWAT team surrounded in hopes of capturing the suspect...but McDaniel wasn't there.
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[8-Warner-Trade]


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Governor Warner says Mexicans are saying "Si" to products made in Virginia.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond;]


The governor just returned from a three-day trade mission to Mexico.
He says Mexican companies showed interest in Virginia apples, lumber, poultry and textiles.
He acknowledges that at one time, Virginia was losing jobs to Mexico, but says that is no longer the case.
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[SOT 14:54:45]
[IN Q=WE OBVIOUSLY FEEL SOME OF THE PAIN]

((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: WE OBVIOUSLY FEEL SOME OF THE PAIN THAT NAFTA HAS BROUGHT PARTICULARLY IN SOUTHSIDE BUT MEXICO HAS FELT IT AS WELL BECAUSE IN THE LAST FEW YEARS WE'RE NOT LOSING JOBS TO MEXICO ANYMORE THOSE JOBS ARE GOING TO CHINA.))
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[OUT Q=THOSE JOBS ARE GOING TO CHINA.]
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Virginia's exports to Mexico have decreased since 2001.
Still, Mexico remains the state's sixth-largest export market.
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[8-11Dance-Group]


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A renowned dancer and his troupe will "get down and boogie" tonight at the Jefferson Center and Hollins University hopes you join them.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;]

Nicholas Leichter (LIKE-ter) will show off his contemporary style in the school's annual Fall Dance Gathering. Yesterday, he taught dance students in the school's movement studio about the importance of expressing honesty through movement.
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[SOT 14:46:40-14:46:54]
[IN Q=I don't know if my message...]

((NICHOLAS LEICHTER/DANCER: I DON'T KNOW IF MY MESSAGE IS ANY MORE THAN JUST TELLING THE TRUTH ABOUT WHATEVER IS GOING ON THAT I FEEL COMPELLED TO.))
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[OUT Q=that I feel compelled to.]
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Leichter's (Like-terrs) been a guest artist at Hollins for 8-years. He and his five member dance troupe will take the stage at the Jefferson Center at 8:15. (-------------)