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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... A babysitter is arrested in Henry County after the infant in her care is critically injured.
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and an early morning fire at a Roanoke County apartment building sends one person to the hospital. we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[11Henry-Abuse]


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An infant is in critical condition this morning, and its babysitter is in jail for it.
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Police say 34 year old Tonia Booth Johnston was babysitting 6 month old Coy Kaczor (KAZ-er) Friday night, and called for an ambulance. Investigators say the child had received head injuries consistent with being shaken.
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Johnston is being held in the Martinsville-Henry County Jail without bond on felony child abuse charges. The baby is listed in critical condition at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.


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An early morning fire was a rude awakening for residents at a Roanoke County apartment complex.
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Firefighters say a second-floor unit at Peters Creek Apartments caught fire just before 5 A-M.
Residents were evacuated as smoke spread to several other apartments.
One person was taken to the hospital and treated for smoke inhalation.
Firefighers are still investigating what caused the blaze and estimating the damage.
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The U-S military is investigating whether groundfire caused a fatal helicopter crash over Iraq.
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Seventeen U-S soldiers died after their Black Hawks collided over a residential neighborhood yesterday.
The crash is the single largest loss of American life since the start of the war.
Witnesses said at least one of the Black Hawks may have been hit by ground fire.
The aircraft came from the 101st Airborne Division in Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
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Shooting deer is now fair game. Hunters have been shooting with bows and black powder for weeks, and now firearm season is underway in Virginia.
Jennifer Wishon has more on some season changes that hunters are applauding.
But we do want to warn you that this video might be too graphic for some animal lovers.
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[SUPER=01-Greg Talley/Fud's Owner; :47]
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((NATS OF JEFF BELL TAKING HIS GUN OUT OF IT'S CASE.))
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Jeff Bell has been hunting for years.
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((QUICK NAT SOUND POP OF JEFF BELL WALKING.))
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Saturday he entered the woods, along with hundreds of other area hunters, for the opening day of general firearms season. But just like any other outing, Bell says safety comes first.
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((JEFF BELL: MAKE SURE YOUR GUNS ARE POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION, MAKE SURE IT'S ALWAYS ON SAFETY UNTIL YOUR TARGET WALKS IN FRONT OF YOU.))
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Franklin County hunters are allowed two deer per day. Game checking stations are scattered across the region.
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((WE GIVE THEM A GAME CHECKING TAG.))
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[16:52:04 - picture being taken at fud's] But hunters get more than a tag at Fud's Convenience Store. Employees also take their picture so customers can keep up with each others "points." The attraction also means more business inside.
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((GREG TALLEY/FUD'S OWNER: IT JUST BRINGS PEOPLE BY TO LOOK AT THE PICTURES. THEY GET THEIR BEENIE WEENIES AND NABS AND BREAKFAST BEFORE THEY LEAVE.))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/REPORTING: FIREARM SEASON IN FRANKLIN COUNTY SPANS FOUR WEEKS THIS YEAR. THE INCREASE IS AN EFFORT TO DECREASE THE DEER POPULATION, BUT GAMING OFFICIALS AREN'T SURE IT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE.))
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((JIM BOWMAN: IN SOME CASES WHEN WE'VE DONE THAT AND REALLY MADE A BIG LEAP IN THE LENGTH OF THE SEASON THE KILL HAS STAYED VIRTUALLY THE SAME WITH REALLY NO SIGNIFICANT CHANGE WHATSOEVER.))
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But, Bowman says a lengthy season does mean added recreational opportunities that hunters are looking forward to.
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((PAUL BOWLING/HUNTER: I THINK IT'S GOOD. I THINK WE NEED TO TAKE OUT A LOT OF THE DOES. THERE'S TOO MANY DEER OUT THERE.))
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((SAM LINDAMOOD/HUNTER: I HOPE IT GETS MORE YOUTH INVOLVED IN HUNTING. WE CERTAINLY NEED MORE YOUTH IN HUNTING. IT'S GREAT RECREATION, IT'S A GOOD FAMILY OUTING.))
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Firearms season usually opens on a Monday, but this year opened two days earlier with youth in mind. That way students can get an early start on the season without missing their target at school. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Franklin County.))



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She's been waiting seven months for this crowning moment.
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Alana Malick (MAH-lik) received first runner up at the Miss Roanoke Valley pageant in April. However, shortly before the Miss Virginia Pageant, the winner resigned and Malick (MAH-lik) became the title holder. Organizers say they were so busy helping her prepare for Miss Virginia, they completely forgot to crown her. Malick received her crown during a luncheon at "Our Lady of the Valley" Retirement Home yesterday.
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Malick will join us a little later on News 7 Sunday morning to talk about the crown, her platform and her plans for the rest of her reign.




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Coming up - many children in the Roanoke Valley need a loving home environment and you can help. We'll explain after the break
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In health review,
Lewis-Gale Medical Center expands its cancer center.
The V-A gets its own MRI.
And there's a big move for Carilion this weekend.
Joy Sutton has details.
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Lewis-Gale Medical center is adding a new addition to its regional cancer center that will more than double its size.

Doctors say it will make life easier for patients.
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((DR. SAUL: THIS IS THE FIRST TIME WE'VE EVER HAD INTEGRATED CANCER CARE FOR OUR PATIENTS. INTEGRATED MEANS WE HAVE MEDICAL ONCOLOGY, SURGICAL ONCOLOGY AND RADIATION ONCOLOGY ALL UNDER THE SAME ROOF. WE ACTUALLY PHYSICALLY INTERACT WITH EACH OTHER AS WE PLAN THE PATIENTS TREATMENT PLAN))
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The new addition is expected to open in February.The expansion of the cancer center is just phase one of Lewis-Gale Medical Center's construction plans. More changes will soon be on the way.
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The Salem V-A is now among the first veterans hospitals to have its own MRI.
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(( I WAS SAYING GEE IT'S ABOUT TIME. I USE TO HAVE TO GET THEM AT ROANOKE MEMORIAL AND THEN STARTED SENDING US TO RICHMOND AND THAT MADE IT MORE COMPLICATED SO I'M GLAD THEY HAVE IT))
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V-A Doctors say having an MRI will mean patients can get their test results quicker and they won't have to wait as long for treatment.
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And finally in health news,
Carilion will be transferring some of its patients today from Community hospital to its new Mountain Pavilion at Roanoke Memorial. All NON OB and Pediatrics patients will be moved to the new facility.
Carilion says patients will notice some improvements.
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((THERE ARE SEVERAL ADVANTAGES. THE ROOM ARE LARGER THEY CAN HANDLE MORE EQUIPMENT IN TODAY WORLD THAT'S IMPORTANT. THERE ARE A LOT OF TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN THAT FACILITY IN THE O-R'S AND I-C-U'S FOR PATIENTS))
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This is all part of Carilion plan to have its adult patients at one location.
The move however is not part of Carillon's consolidation plan. This project has been in the works for years.
That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton. ))

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The death toll is up to 15 this morning in a cruise ship's gangway collapse.
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French police are investigating what caused the ramp to the Queen Mary 2 to fall yesterday.
Dozens of people plunged 50 feet to the ground.
32 were injured.
The ship is the world's biggest cruise liner at 21 stories tall.
It was dry-docked at the shipyard for finishing touches before its maiden voyage in January.
Police say most of the victims were family members of workers on the ship who had been invited for a special visit.
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The U-S military is investigating whether groundfire caused a fatal helicopter crash over Iraq.
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Seventeen U-S soldiers died after their Black Hawks collided over a residential neighborhood yesterday.
The crash is the single largest loss of American life since the start of the war.
Witnesses said at least one of the Black Hawks may have been hit by ground fire.
The aircraft came from the 101st Airborne Division in Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
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Literary lovers took center stage at the main branch of the Roanoke Library this weekend.
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Valley Bookfest gave readers of all ages a chance mingle with emerging and published authors from Southwest Virginia.
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((MARIA SPENCER-ETIENNE/DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR-I THINK A LOT OF PEOPLE THINK OF LIBRARIES AS JUST A CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND RECREATIONAL READING OPPORTUNITIES. WE SEE THIS AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO EXPAND UPON BOTH OF THOSE THINGS, AND FOR CITIZENS TO SEE THAT THE LIBRARY IS A CULTURAL ASSET AND CONNECT THOSE THREE DOTS TOGETHER.))
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Several nationally known authors were on hand, including Bestselling author Sharon McCrumb and Roanoke natives Charles Bruce and Carolyn Hale Bruce, authors of the Rebel King series based on Scottish History.
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[BOTH MICS HOT]
Can Russell Crow command audiences with his lastest voyage on the big screen? Roger Ebert takes a look coming up -

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and
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With only five months left in her reign, Miss Roanoke Valley finally gets her crown
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[Biz-Review]


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Muultimillion 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. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
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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. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
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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.
For News 7, I'm Donald Graham and that's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS] ))