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Flu season has arrived-- and it's been especially harsh in Colorado, where four children have died of flu- related illnesses.
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And, expect long lines at the airport, and in traffic in what could be the busiest holiday weekend since 9-11.
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The holiday season's upon us what will Mother Nature do to celebrate. I'll let you know in your forecast.
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If you're feeling under the weather, you're not alone.
Some medical experts predict this could be the worst flu season in decades.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
In some parts of the country, the prediction of a harsh flu season is already hitting home in the worst possible way.
Drew Levinson explains.
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(( This Thanksgiving a Colorado family is finding little to be thankful for as they mourn their child.

(SOT CARRIE ANN WILLIAMS/MOTHER)


"I WAS WITH HIM THE WHOLE TIME"
Carrie Ann and Scott Willam's eight- year-old son Joseph died Monday from the flu--three days after he got sick.

(SOT: SCOTT WILLIAMS/FATHER)


"IT HAPPENED SO QUICK AND SO SUDDEN. HE WAS FINE HE WASN'T...HE WASN'T EVEN THAT SICK HE WAS TALKING AND HE WANTED TO GET IN THE BATH."
Joseph is one of four children in Colorado to die from flu related syptoms in the past two weeks. The state confirms nearly 34-hundred cases of the flu already this year....that's compared to 15 at the same time last year.

(LOCTOR: ATLANTA)


The centers for Disease Control reports the most widespread outbreaks so far are in Colorado, Texas and Nevada.

(STANDUP:DREW LEVINSON REPORTS )(Locator:New York)


EVERY YEAR THE FLU INFECTS UP TO 20 PERCENT OF THE PEOPLE IN THIS COUNTRY--MORE THAN 100-THOUSAND END UP IN THE HOSPITAL--36-THOUSAND DIE. AND NOW DOCTORS ARE WARNING THIS FLU SEASON COULD BE WORSE THAN USUAL--ONE DOCTOR SAYS THE WORST IN 30 YEARS.
That's because the virus changes slightly over time and and this year the doctors are having trouble matching the vacines with the particular flu strains.

(SOT DR. JOHN MICHAEL MCKNIGHT/MD - INTERNIST)


"IT IS AN EDUCATED ROLL OF THE DICE, THAT WHAT IT IS.
Still doctors say the best way to try to prevent the flu is to get a new shot every year. Drew Levinson, CBS News, New York ))

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If you're keeping healthy, you might be one of the 36- million Americans who are traveling more than 50 miles for Thanksgiving.
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Travel experts say this weekend will likely be the busiest travel period since the 9-11 attacks.
Discount airline tickets and an improving economy are said to also be stimulating holiday travel this year.
And even though gas prices are 10- cents more per gallon that they were last Thanksgiving, most Americans are heading to their holiday destination by car.
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((SANDRA HUGHES/AAA TRAVEL VICE-PRESIDENT: I WANT TO TELL PEOPLE TO BE PATIENT, GO SLOW, AND GET THERE SAFELY. MAKE SURE THEY WEAR THEIR SEATBELTS, MAKE SURE THEIR CARS ARE IN GOOD CONDITION, THEIR TIRES ARE SAFE AND SO ON, AND MAKE THE TRIP SAFE, THAT'S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING. ))
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Hughes is also reminding everyone to wear their seatbelts.
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A hunter from Shenandoah County was killed by his hunting companion yesterday.
Authorities say 23-year-old Chris Ryman was killed by a shot from a rifle by 30-year-old Mark Anthony Hall.
An investigation is under way to determine if Ryman's death was accidental, or whether Hall will face charges.
Another hunter said he heard a gunshot several hundred yards away, then heard Hall shouting several minutes later that he believed he had shot Ryman.
An autopsy is planned.

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The mother of the 12- year -old boy who's accusing Michael Jackson of molesting him has made an audiotape, and signed an affidavit that the singer never abused the child.
That's according to new broadcast reports, which also say the boy stated that Jackson never acted inappropriately with him..
Meanwhile, the F-B-I is considering filing criminal charges because of a secret videotape of Michael Jackson and his attorney on a private jet.
Hattie Kauffman has more on that.
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(NATSOT-JET LANDING)
(TRACK) WHEN THE PLANE CARRYING MICHAEL JACKSON LANDED NEAR SANTA

BARBARA LAST WEEK, (going into hangar) THE STAR EXITED IN THE PRIVACY OF A HANGAR. NOW, A NEW REVELATION: TWO SECRET VIDEOS WERE MADE WHILE JACKSON AND HIS ATTORNEY WERE IN THE AIR.

(SOT-MARK GERAGOS) SOMEBODY HAD THE UNMITIGATED GALL TO SHOP THOSE TAPES

AROUND TO MEDIA OUTLETS IN ORDER TO SELL THEM TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER.
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(TRACK) MICHAEL JACKSON'S LAWYER MARK GERAGOS GOT AN INJUNCTION TO

PREVENT THE CHARTER COMPANY "XtraJet" FROM RELEASING THE VIDEOS.

(SOT HARVEY LEVIN ) The company cannot market this tape, cannot

distribute this tape, and they can't alter the jet as to any audio or video equipment. (10)

(company headquarter building)
(TRACK) XtraJet HAD NO COMMENT, BUT GERAGOS SAYS HE'LL SEEK BIG DAMAGES.



(SOT GERAGOS WE'LL PUT XTRA JET OUT OF BUSINESS FOR THIS OUTRAGEOUS

ACT. ANYBODY WHO'S CONNECTED WITH IT, WE WILL PUT AND SEEK TO DO EVERYTHING TO PUT THEM OUT OF BUSINESS. (08)

(HATTIE & HARVEY-CELEBRITY JUSTICE)
(085202) MARK GERAGOS IS INVOLVED IN THIS CASE. HE IS SUPREME AT

WORKING THE MEDIA. THE D.A. DOES NOT SEEM SHY ABOUT IT EITHER. AND I THINK DIRECTLY OR INDIRRECTLY YOU ARE GOING TO SEE THE MEDIA USED AS A TOOL TO GET INFORMATION OUT THAT FAVORS ONE SIDE OR THE OTHER.

(images of Jackson)
(TRACK) SINCE HIS ARREST ON MULTIPLE COUNTS OF CHILD MOLESTATION,

JACKSON HAS BEEN THE SUBJECT OF INTENSE MEDIA COVERAGE. LAST WEEK, LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS SPECULATED THERE COULD BE MORE VICTIMS.

(SOT SHERRIFF JIM ANDERSON) We would encourage the public to come

forward if they have any information whatsoever that would lead us to beleive there were other victims.

(TRACK) CBS NEWS HAS LEARNED THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT HAS RECEIVED

BETWEEN 75 AND 100 CALLS REGARDING JACKSON...SOME RELATED TO THE CURRENT CHARGES. HOWEVER, THE AGGRESSIVE TURN TAKEN BY GERAGOS MAY SEND A CHILL.

(SOT GERAGOS ) WE WILL LAND ON YOU LIKE A TON OF BRICKS. WE WILL LAND ON

YOU LIKE A HAMMER IF YOU DO ANYTHING TO BESMERCH THIS MAN'S REPUTATION.ANYTHING TO INTRUDE ON HIS PRIVACY IN ANY WAY THAT'S ACTIONABLE, WE WILL UNLEASH A LEGAL TORRENT LIKE YOU NEVER SEEN. (19)

(SIG OUT) HATTIE KAUFFMAN, CBS NEWS, LOS ANGELES.

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The government is reporting a drop in jobless claims.
The number of workers filing first- time unemployment claims fell to a 34- month low last week.
The results were better than the predictions of Wall Street analysts, who had expected a small increase in claims.

And personal incomes showed their biggest one-month gain since June.
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Coming up next on the newscast, some of Virginia's longest residents donate a few bucks to charity.
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Plus a longtime member of Roanoke's schoolboard steps down. We'll tell you why.
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It is a tradition almost as old as Thanksgiving itself.
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Governor Mark Warner received two deer and a few handcrafted vases today.
The gifts are from the Pamunkey and Mattaponi tribes.
The bucks are given every year in lieu of paying taxes.
The tradition goes back to the year 1646.
Tribe leaders say the annual ceremony has become an important part of their culture.
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((CHIEF SWIFT WATER: IT HELPS US MAINTAIN OUR HERITAGE. IT ALSO STRENGTHENS OUR GOVERNMENT TO GOVERNMENT RELATIONSHIP THAT WE HAVE WITH THE STATE OF VA AND IT HELPS US CONTINUE WITH OUR SOVEREIGNTY THAT WE'VE HAD OVER THE YEARS.))
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The governor donated the bucks to the charity Hunters for the Hungry.
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There will be a recount in Pulaski County's 6th House District race.
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Morgan Morris lost his bid to unseat Democratic incumbent Benny Keister by 49 votes.
In a release this morning, Morris says he will ask for the recount because he wants to make sure that every voter knows his vote was counted.
The losing candidate can ask for a recount if the difference is less than one percent of the total vote.
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After serving more than eight years, a member of the Roanoke City School Board has stepped down.
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Melinda Payne turned in her resignation to City Council, citing "philosophical differences" with other members of the board.
Payne has served since 1995 and says she's proud of the work they've done ... up until the last few years.
She says she's been troubled by the school system's failures on financial audits and other recent controversies.
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((MELINDA PAYNE: I CAN TELL YOU THAT IT'S BEEN AN INTERNAL ISSUE WITH ME FOR A WHILE. BEING SOMEONE THAT'S ALWAYS SEEN AS TAKING A DIFFERENT STANCE OR ASKING THE HARD QUESTIONS IS NOT ALWAYS A COMFORTABLE PLACE TO BE IN. BUT I'VE DONE THAT AND I'VE SOMETIMES BEEN OSTRACIZED. I'VE BEEN PLACED ON AN ISLAND ALL TO MYSELF BY MY COLLEAGUES BECAUSE THEY HAVEN'T NECESSARILY AGREED WITH WHAT I'VE HAD TO SAY.))
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Payne will serve through the end of December.
It's up to City Council to appoint her replacement.
She says Alice Hincker, an outspoken critic of the school administration, would make a good choice.
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The resignation comes as a new school audit unveils more internal problems.
The city's municipal auditor says the school system has failed to fix several problems highlighted in last year's audit.
The school maintenance, food services and transportation departments are all being cited for failing to make the required changes.
They were intended to eliminate fraud in the way school departments made purchases.
The municipal auditor's report will go to the school board next week.

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Reaction to Melinda Payne's resignation was one of disappointment, denials, and reassurances.
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((GLORIA MANNS/SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRWOMAN: I THINK THE BOARD IS BECOMING MORE UNITED. I THINK THEY ARE ASKING QUESTIONS.
WE ARE TRYING TO DOING SOME DIFFERENT THINGS THAT WE HAVEN'T DONE IN THE PAST. WE HAVE A LOT OF WORK TO DO.)) ((ANITA PRICE/ROANOKE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION: UNFORTUNATELY, THERE HAVE BEEN CONCERNS THAT HAVE BEEN EXPRESSED REPEATEDLY AND YET THEY HAVE REFUSE TO BE RECOGNIZED AND ACKNOWLEDGED AND I FEEL THAT'S PART OF THE FRUSTRATION MS. PAYNE HAS BEEN WORKING SO ADAMANTLY TO ADDRESS.)) ((WAYNE HARRIS/SUPERINTEDENT OF SCHOOLS: DO YOU FEEL RESPONSIBLE AT ALL? I GUESS I DIDN'T SEE THAT IN THE LETTER. WELL, SHE DOES SAY PHILOSOPHICAL DIFFERENCES, DO YOU FEEL ALL OF THIS HAS CONTRIBUTED TO HER RESIGNATION. I HAVE NO WAY TO RESPOND TO THE INNUENDO IN THE LETTER. I WISH HER WELL.))
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The Roanoke school system wants to put another controversy to rest.
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The superintendent held a town hall meeting yesterday afternoon for about 70 members of the faculty.
It was a chance for the administration to explain and answer questions about the Ron Mayfield investigation.
He was the Roanoke teacher who committed suicide after being accused of hitting a student.
As a result, many teachers believe the school system needs to do a better job of supporting its teachers.
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((MARY PAGE GWALTNEY/ROANOKE TEACHER: I THINK THE WHOLE THING....FOR THESE CHILDREN.))
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Superintendent Harris says the administration hopes to have a policy in place by February that outlines consequences for making a false allegation.
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People who live in high rises or some types of institutes will want to know about new restrictions concerning Christmas trees.
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Under new state fire codes, live-cut trees are now prohibited in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and jail facilities. The new code also prohibits live-cut trees in buildings without an approved fire sprinkler system, which officials say would include a lot of older apartment buildings and hotels.
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((MARLAN MORRIS/ROANOKE FIRE MARSHALL: IT IS A SAFETY ISSUE. IF FOLKS COULD MAYBE RECONSIDER THE USE OF LIVE TREES AND CONSIDER ARTIFICIAL TREES IN THOSE CIRCUMSTANCES, IF THEY HAVE A SPRINKLER SYSTEM IN THEIR BUILDING THEN THEY CAN USE LIVE TREES.))
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Officials say most residential homes will NOT be affected by the new code. Anyone who's caught breaking it could face a fine of up to 25-hundred dollars.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the Queen of England says that country needs to take a stand against terrorism.
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Plus, a family has something extra to be thankful this year as a best friend makes her way back home after two years.


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Britain's Queen Elizabeth is vowing to continue supporting efforts in Iraq.
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Her Royal Highness outlined Britain's legislative plans for the year ahead during today's annual Opening of Parliament.
She says Britain will work towards encouraging a partnership between Europe and the U-S to combating terrorism.
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((QUEEN ELIZABETH II: MY GOVERNMENT WILL MAINTAIN BRITAIN'S COMMITMENT TO REBUILDING AFGHANISTAN AND IRAQ, TO PROMOTING PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND TO TACKLING THE UNDERLYING CAUSES OF CONFLICT AND EXTREMISM.))
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Reflecting Britain's high state of alert against a terrorist attack, the government also announced plans to streamline responses to emergencies, as well as update fire and rescue equipment.
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Her home isn't Buckingham Palace, but a dog in Washington State is probably still getting the royal treatment.
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Thumper got lost in 2001 when she apparently decided to take a detour while going on a walk with some neighbors.
Two years and another dog later, her family was surprised to learn that the pup had been found by someone in another neighborhood.
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((BARBARA SMALL/THUMPER'S OWNER:THEY JUST SAID THEY HAD OUR DOG, SHE'D BEEN PICKED UP AND I SAID, I DON'T THINK SO - OUR DOG'S BEEN GONE TWO YEARS. ))
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A local vet scanned Thumper for a microchip, and found she belonged to the Smalls.
They say she remembers all of her old tricks, and as soon as they brought her home, she ran right to her food and water dish.
Thumper was apparently well taken care of during her absence, she's gained 15 to 20 pounds.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN 31 points. The NASDAQ has dropped five.

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Two Hokies have been named first team All-American.
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And a lot more is at stake for Tech this weekend than just bragging rights and a trophy. Stay tuned...News 7 will be right back.
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Saturday's 85th meeting between Virginia Tech and Virginia has bowl positions and bragging rights up for grabs.
Mike Stevens has more on what else is at stake for Tech.
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The Football Writers Association of America has named Virginia Tech's Kevin Jones and Jake Grove first team all-Americans.
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Jones, a Doak Walker semi-finalist, has rushed for a single season Tech record 1, 419 yards and has gone over 100 yards rushing in eight games.
Jones, who has also rushed for 241 yards in one game, is the first Tech running back to make first team All American.
Grove made the team as a center.
He has played 637 snaps, and has graded out at 91 percent with a team high 43 knockdown blocks.
The only other year more than one Tech player made first team All American in the SAME year was 1999 with Mike Vick and Corey Moore.
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