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Coming up on News 7,
A Marine Reservist is reported missing in Botetourt County...
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And fire breaks out at yet another apartment complex, the second one this week.
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Tonight in sports, we'll put the wraps on the Winston Cup season, the Express skates with the Stingrays and


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the Panthers beat the Redskins for the first time in the regular season.
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Another day of rain and cool temperatures. Although the bulk of the moisture is now moving out, we'll notice foggy conditions developing overnight. Details on a brief warmup and dry out coming up in just a bit.
[ANCHOR=Myranda 3-shot]

News 7 at 6 starts now.
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Moving day for dozens of hospital patients in Roanoke, but what is it all about?
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.


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If you traveled down Jefferson Street in Roanoke today you may have thought there was a major emergency, [TAKE NEWS 7 AT 6 IN BAM!]
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but Jennifer Wishon is here to tell us that there was no need to panic. Myranda is was all part of a move Carilion has been planning for months.
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Today 41 patients were moved from Community Hospital to Carilion's new Mountain Pavilion at Roanoke Memorial. And transportation officials say six months of planning prevented any bumps in the mile long trek from one facility to another.
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The transportation of 41 patients had hospital dispatchers working overtime. 21 ambulances were tracked on a Global Positioning System while a support team of 60 strong orchestrated the delicate process.
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((PAUL DAVENPORT: THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS MAINTAINING THE CONTINUUM OF CARE. MAKING SURE WE HAVE THE RIGHT CREW AND AMBULANCE MIX FOR THE PATIENT THAT'S BEING TRANSPORTED. THERE'S LOTS OF VARIATIONS THAT YOU CAN PROVIDE A PATIENT AND YOU JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU MATCH THE RIGHT RESOURCES WE HAVE WITH THE PATIENT'S NEEDS.))
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Fully staffed ambulances spent the day in Radford and Giles County, ready to respond if needed, while other ambulances were reserved in the Roanoke area so as not to disturb normal services. Twelve hours were scheduled for the move, but the process only took about five and hospital officials say THAT'S significant.
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((I THINK THIS IS REALLY A TESTAMENT TO THE COMMUNITY THAT THE HOSPITAL SYSTEM NOT ONLY HAS THE TECHNOLOGY AND THE BUILDING AND THE PEOPLE TO TAKE CARE OF THE PATIENTS BUT THEY ALSO HAVE THE TRANSPORTATION AND AMBULANCES SERVICES AND RIGHT TYPES OF CREWS AND UNITS TO TAKE CARE OF THE PATIENTS FROM ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER NO MATTER WHAT THE SITUATION MAY BE.))
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Davenport says the majority of his staff has a clinical background, which made them even more in tune with the needs of patients during the move. Now the move is NOT related to Carilion's plans for consolidation.
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Myranda that plan still needs state approval.

[Missing-Marine]


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The Botetourt County Sheriff's Department is investigating the disappearance of a Marine Reservist from Fincastle.
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Private First Class Stephen Jared Boblett has been missing since early Saturday morning. His mother says he left home around 1:30 to pick up another reservist on his way to Richmond for a training exercise, but never showed. The 24- year- old was last seen at Dodge's Store around two-AM.
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He was last seen wearing a black hooded Marine sweatshirt and drives a gold GMC Sonoma (Suh-NO-muh) pickup truck. Anyone with information is asked to call the Botetourt County Sheriff's Department.

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Meanwhile, a soldier from Boones Mill arrived home for two weeks today.
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Channing Lynch is a member of the Rocky Mount National Guard and has been stationed in Iraq for the past eight months.

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((CHANNING LYNCH: IT'S HOT. IT'S KINDA HARD TO EXPLAIN IN WORDS WHAT IT'S REALLY LIKE OVER THERE BUT I'M JUST GLAD NOBODY ELSE HAS TO DO IT. I'M JUST GLAD WE DO IT.))
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The 20- year- old says he's happy to be home and is looking forward to watching football. His parents say they're proud of their son, but his deployment has been difficult.
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((CECIL LYNCH: YOU KNOW, EVERY TIME YOU HEAR SOMEBODY'S BEING SHOT AT OR A BOMB GOING OFF YOU WONDER IF IT'S YOUR LOVED ONE OR HOW THEY'RE FARING WITH THINGS. YOU KNOW IT'S A GUESSING GAME A WAITING GAME WHATEVER YOU WANT TO CALL IT, YOU JUST HOPE FROM ONE DAY TO THE NEXT THEY'RE OKAY.))
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Channing Lynch was also reunited with his fiance, Jessica Clark. Lynch proposed to Jessica in Newport News just before he deployed. He's been told he'll get to come home for good in April.
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An accidental fire at a Roanoke County apartment complex sent one person to the hospital this morning.
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Firefighters say a grease fire started the blaze in a second-floor unit at Peters Creek Apartments just before 5 A-M.
Residents were evacuated as smoke spread to several other apartments.
One person was taken to the hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation.
Occupants of 6 apartments have been displaced because of the fire.
Fire officials estimate the blaze caused nearly a hundred thousand dollars in damages.
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Fire officials are still trying to figure out why a southside apartment complex caught fire Thursday.
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18 units of Cabin Lake Apartments were damaged in the blaze. Fire officials searched through the rubble of the middle apartment on Friday, but say they're not sure HOW the fire started. No one was injured in the fire, but displaced families are seeking help from Danville's chapter of the Red Cross.
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Still to come on the newscast, city leaders want your help in pursuading a low-fare airline to come to Roanoke.
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and viewers fire off their views about the city's decision to thin out the deer population.
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[Air-Tran]


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The November elections may be over, but Roanoke Mayor Ralph Smith says a write-in campaign could help the region attract a low-cost airline.
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Smith and other government and business leaders have been trying to attract AirTran Airways, with pledges of more than two million dollars worth of travel business.
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But when a recent internet promotion asked customers where they would like the airline to expand, Roanoke was not among 36-cities that were listed. Smith says although it was a disappointment, he believes Roanoke still has a shot.
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((RALPH SMITH/ROANOKE CITY MAYOR: THE MAJORITY OF THOSE CITIES ARE LARGER CITIES THAN US, AND THAT HAS BEEN THEIR FOCUS BUT ALMOST MONTHLY AIRLINES ARE CHANGING THEIR FOCUS ON THE WAY THEY SEE THE MARKET AND THE WAY TO GAIN GREATER MARKET ADVANTAGE.))
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The website airtran-DOT-com includes a form for other suggestions. Mayor Smith is encouraging residents of the area to write-in Roanoke.
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[Biz-Review]


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Multimillion dollar deals at the Radford Army Ammunition Plant, and hundreds in Pulaski are set to lose their jobs -- plus the governor says there are economic opportunities in Mexico. Donald Graham has more in News 7's Business Review.
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The Defense Department awarded two major contracts to The Radford Army Ammunition plant worth more than 130 million dollars and could create 180 more jobs. The plant will soon be the only place in the country producing T-N-T. 315 workers at Renfro Corporation will soon be out of a job, but the U-S Department of Labor will help with retraining and health insurance. The sock maker says competition from foreign markets and dropping prices are to blame for the closing.
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((DAVID GREEN: CERTAINLY PRICING PRESSURES FROM AROUND THE WORLD HAVE NEGATIVELY AFFECTED OUR BUSINESS AND WITH THOSE PRICING PRESSURES COMES THE OVERALL DECLINE IN DEMAND FOR APPAREL.))
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166 workers were laid off in August. The plant will officially close January 10th. Governor Warner and 20 executives from Virginia companies are back from a trade mission in Mexico. Warner says Mexico offers many economic opportunities for Virginia products.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: THE FACT OF THE MATTER IS WITH MEXICO OVER A HUNDRED MILLION PEOPLE AND THAT ECONOMY GROWING WE HAVE TO DO A BETTER JOB OF SELLING OUR PRODUCTS THERE SO WE DON'T SIMPLY HAVE JOBS GO FROM THE UNITED STATES TO MEXICO.))
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Warner acknowledged that in the last decade, Virginia has lost jobs to Mexico.
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But he lists Globaltex, a Mexican textile company that's moving to Martinsville, as an example that some of those jobs are returning. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
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Southside textile maker Dan River will be moving some new work to Danville. The company said it lost more than 100 million dollars in the third quarter and sales were down nearly 30 percent.
As a result, Dan River is closing a manufacturing plant in Tennessee. Most of the work that's done there will be moved to Danville.
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Still to come on the newscast, the Redskins fall just short against the Panthers. We'll have highlights in sports,
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but before that, it's a dorm room challenge, as some Roanoke College students get their hands dirty in redecorating.
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[Feedback]


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Roanoke's program to let sharpshooters reduce the deer population reeled in a ton of letters to News-7.
Assignment editor Joe McKean has some of the Feedback.
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((Expert marksmen using silenced rifles under controlled conditions are going after animals that many residents consider pests. But others say they should be left alone, before OTHER damage is done. One viewer (Susan J. Friedman/ Roanoke) said: "Putting aside for the moment the huge issue of danger to the public and our pets, the moral issue horrifies me. These are gentle, beautiful creatures who are at worst a nuisance, not a danger. Is this the best solution we can come up with?...Do we really want to show our children that the way to deal with a problem is through violence?"
Another (Joan White/Christiansburg) pointed out: "Has the city not considered how dangerous this is? I am curious as to how the city plans to insure the safety of residents within the city limits while shooting at deer. This is totally outrageous."
Another opponent (J.D. Hobbie, IV/Roanoke) commented: "I think the public deserves to know what to expect from this and to know who to complain to when bullets or buckshot come through their home or automobiles. As a former hunter, and having gone through the "Safe Hunter" program sponsored by the state years ago, I don't see how in the name of common sense anyone can confirm that the shot taken will be a safe shot within the confines of the city limits."
If you'd like to talk about deer hunting or any issue in the news, just drop us a line by mail...fax...or email.
Joe McKean, News-7.))

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It wasn't the T-V show, but four Roanoke College students "traded spaces" this weekend.
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The Inter- Hall Council sponsored and video taped the project. Campus residents who wanted a chance to win put their names and a dollar into a hat. A set of freshmen and a set of juniors won. They had help from a designer and maintenance workers served as carpenters. Everyone involved said they now appreciate all the work that goes into the show "Trading Spaces" on The Learning Channel.
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((COLLEEN DAUGHERTY: IT WAS INTENSE, LIKE 18 HOURS OF WORK YESTERDAY AND UNTIL 5 TODAY SO OH MY GOD.)) ((KELLY LEILICH/ROANOKE COLLEGE STUDENT: CAUSE THEY ALWAYS HAVE COMMERCIAL BREAK AND DON'T SHOW THEM WORKING ALL THE TIME BEHIND THE SCENES AND NOW WE KNOW HOW TIRED THEY REALLY GET.))
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Each team got to spend 350- dollars. The results were revealed earlier this evening.
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Coming up, Stephen Davis helps the Panthers beat his former team, the Hokies find out what time they'll play B-C, and
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Bobby Labonte takes advantage of Bill Elliott's misfortune to win Nascar's season finale.
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The Washington Redskins turned the ball over four times today in Charlotte, but still had a chance to pick up their 5th win of the season.
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The first half field goal contest ended tied at 3-apiece.
But the offenses got cranked up in the fourth quarter. Patrick Ramsey found Darnerian McCants in the endzone to cap a 12 play, 56 yard drive. It was Ramsey's 13th TD of the season.
Then with just over 4 minutes left, Ramsey hooked up with Patrick Johnson on a 12 yard score. The Redskins led 17 to 10.
But former Skin Stephen Davis rushed for 92 yards and the game winning score
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with a minute to play. Carolina improved to 8 and 2 with the 20 to 17 win. The Redskins are now 4 and 6.
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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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Elsewhere in the NFC, the Giants Tiki Barber rushed for 111 yards and caught this TD pass, but it wasn't enough against the Eagles. Philly took out New York 28 to 10.
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In the AFC, former Hokie Andre Davis had a career high 7 catches for 117 yards and a score as the Browns routed the Cardinals 44 to 6.
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And there are no unbeatens left in the league. Cincinnati's Peter Warrick returned a punt for a score and had a 77 yard TD reception as the Bengals ended the Chiefs perfection with a 24-19 win. Now all of today's NFL numbers.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies stood pat at number 12 in the new college football polls following yesterday's squeaker at Temple. The game time for Boston College has now been set for 3-30 next Saturday at Lane Stadium. The contest will be televised by ESPN.

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Nascar's season finale was a bit anti-climactic. Matt Kenseth had already clinched the Winston Cup title, but today he suffered his first real bad luck of the season.
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We pick up the Ford 400 just five laps in when Kevin Harvick made it three wide and that probably wasn't a good idea. Harvick got loose and took out both Ryan Newman and Kurt Busch.
Kenseth blew an engine 23 laps later to post just his 2nd DNF of the season.
Bill Elliott was strong all day, but Awesome Bill cut down a tire on the final lap. He had to settle for 8th while Labonte went to victory lane.
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The Roanoke Express had its 6 game winning streak snapped last night in Georgia, but returned to the friendly confines of the Roundhouse today to battle the South Carolina Stingrays.
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The Express peppered the Stingrays goaltender with 22 shots in the opening period including this one from point blank range, but couldn't stick one between the pipes. South Carolina managed just 7 shots in period one. At last check the Express led it 1 to nothing in the third period.
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The 13th annual BB & T Fall Soccer Classic wrapped up this morning across the Roanoke Valley.
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200 teams invaded the region this weekend for the event, including one entry from New Mexico, a first for the tournament which has grown by leaps and bounds.
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