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Who's running for Mayor? Could it be a repeat of the cast of candidates in 2000?
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And shoppers are willing to put up with a little agitation to bag the big deals.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports - holiday hoops are on the air tonight in Charlottesville, plus we'll get ready for tomorrow's Tech -UVa football game.
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and the Express lost the game and the fight last night - tonight they hope to get back on track against Florida.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
[SS=None]


As expected, the cold air has arrived with a bang. Snow showers are trailing the system. Details ahead.
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The race is already on to replace Roanoke mayor Ralph Smith.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


And they are all familiar faces.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


And I'm Shannon Young.

[Roanoke-Mayor]


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They're beginning to line up.
David Bowers has already said he's interested.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-shot]

And now several others may also want to be Roanoke's next mayor.
Justin McLeod tells who they are.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Bev Fitzpatrick/Roanoke City Councilman; :12]
[SUPER=01-Nelson Harris/Roanoke City Councilman; :42]
[SUPER=01-Mac McCadden/Former Candidate for Mayor; 1:02]
[SUPER=@justin1; 1:15]
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[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Roanoke]

((NAT SOUND OF TRAINS))
Bev Fitzpatrick will be the first to tell you he's a train buff.
What he won't say is whether he's ready to jump on board to run for mayor.
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[IN Q=It's a challenge]

((BEV FITZPATRICK/ROANOKE CITY COUNCILMAN: IT'S A CHALLENGE BECAUSE OF MY JOB AT FERRUM AND I CANNOT SHORTCHANGE FERRUM AND I NEED TO KEEP THAT IN MIND AS A WEIGH ANY DECISION.))
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Fitzpatrick will actually have to make two decisions, whether to run for mayor or for city council since his appointed term on council is up in May.
Another thing that will factor in his decision he says is whether the people of Roanoke actually want him to run.
You'll hear similar statements from another city council member who is also considering a campaign for mayor.
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[IN Q=I am not ready]

((NELSON HARRIS/ROANOKE VICE-MAYOR: I AM NOT READY TO MAKE A COMMITTMENT AT THIS POINT BUT I AM SERIOUSLY CONSIDERING RUNNING.))
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[OUT Q=considering running]


A consideration Harris says was being made before Ralph Smith decided not to seek re-election.
The same goes for Mac McCadden who's name may also be on the ballot.
It is a job the former city council member tried to win four years ago..
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[IN Q=The night that I lost]

((MAC McCADDEN/FORMER CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR: THE NIGHT THAT I LOST I REALLY FELT DEVESTATED BUT AS I THOUGHT ABOUT IT, IT WAS ABOUT AS WELL AS AN INDEPENDENT COULD DO.))
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That's because McCadden came within 535 votes from winning the race.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: NONE OF THE POTENTIAL CANDIDATES WOULD SAY FOR CERTAIN WHEN THEY'LL MAKE THEIR DECISION. BUT WITH THE ELCTION COMING IN MAY YOU CAN BET IT WILL MOST LIKELY BE BY THE FIRST OF THE YEAR. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7, ROANOKE.))
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Fire gutted a 150-year-old hunting cabin in Amherst County this afternoon.
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Around noon, volunteers from three area fire companies were called to 809 North Fork Road west of Amherst.
The first crews found heavy flames coming from the roof.. it took about 45 minutes to bring the blaze under control.
Authorities say the owner was inside when he smelled smoke.
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((BILLY CLARK/PEDLAR VFD CHIEF: ONE HUNTER WAS INSIDE, HE SMELLED SMOKE, DIDN'T HAVE A TELEPHONE, CAME OUTSIDE AND FIRED SEVERAL SHOTS THAT ATTRACTED SOME OF THE NEIGHBORS AND THE FIRE DEPARTMENT WAS CALLED.))
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The fire apparently started near a woodstove in the attic.
Authorities say the blaze is *not* related to suspicious fires that destroyed several other cabins in Amherst County on November 4th.
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[Shopping]


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Shoppers were out in force today.
Known as Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
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Eager holiday shoppers filled the parking lot and jammed roads near Valley View Mall.
Economists are predicting higher retail sales this holiday season.
To jumpstart the buying, many stores in Roanoke opened early and their slashed prices.
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[SUPER=01-Lorrie Huff/Holiday Shopper; :06]
[SUPER=01-Jeanette Murphy/Belks Manager; :14]
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[OUT Q=HAD A GREAT DAY SO FAR.]
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The average consumer is expected to spend 672 dollars on Christmas this year.
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[Small-Stores]


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We expect the malls to be busy this weekend, but what about those smaller specialty stores?
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-shot]


New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel DePompa hit downtown Blacksburg to see how some "Mom and Pops" are fairing.
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[SUPER=01-Debbie Miller/Store Owner;:37]
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[SUPER=01-Dick Arnold/Downtown Shopper;1:25]
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((NATS-GROUND CARS 1:25:00 It certainly doesn't look like black Friday from the outside...
NATS-CASH DRAWER 08:13:00
but inside cash registers are still ringing. Local mom and pop shops in New River Valley say they too get a little busier the day after Thanksgiving.

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((STEVE MILLER: WE TEND TO BE A LITTLE SLOW AT THE BEGINNING AS EVERYONE'S AT THE EARLY MORNING, CRACK OF DAWN SALES AT OTHER SHOPPING CENTERS AND IT TENDS TO PICK UP IN THE AFTERNOON AND THE DAYS THAT FOLLOW ARE USUALLY PRETTY GOOD)) [RUNS:14]
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Most people venturing into downtowns on this day had one goal in mind... peace and quiet.

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((DEBBIE MILLER: IT'S SO MUCH NICER DOWNTOWN. THERE'S PEOPLE TO WAIT ON YOU, THE STORES ARE QUIET. EVERYBODY'S CALM COOL AND COLLECTED. AT THE MALL IT CRAZY.)) [RUNS:09]
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((LISA BLANKENSHIP: WE'RE HITTING THE SMALL STORES TODAY. WE CAME UP TO SEE THE EMPORIUM AND THEN WE'RE GONNA GO UP THE STREET SOME SEE WHAT ELSE IS UP THERE. I REALLY DON'T WANT TO GO INTO THE BIG STORES CAUSE THE LONG LINES AND ALL OF THAT.)) [RUNS:12]
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((RACHEL DEPOMPA: SMALL STORE OWNERS SAY THE BIGGEST OBSTACLE SEEMS TO BE TRYING TO HELP PEOPLE FIND A PLACE TO PARK. BUT THEY SAY THEY HAVE SALES TOO, JUST NOT ALL THAT MONEY TO ADVERTISE WITH.)) [RUNS:12]
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((STEVE MILLER: ITS HARD FOR US TO COMPETE WITH THE ADVERTISING BUDGETS THAT THE CHAIN STORES HAVE. IF YOU SAW THE PAPER YESTERDAY THERE WERE ABOUT 20 POUNDS OF INSERTS. AND I THINK PEOPLE REACT THAT)) [RUNS:13]
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But even without the ads, many will still find their way to these little stores.

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((DICK ARNOLD: THIS PARTICULAR STORE WE LIKE TO COME TO TOO. WE'LL GO OVER THAT LITTLE TINY MALL OVER A UNIVERSITY MALL. THERE'S A JEWELRY STORE AND A BOOK STORE WE'RE GONNA GO TO TOO. RATHER THAN GO TO THE BIG MALL. )) [RUNS:08]
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So, mark your calenders, if your looking for good sales and fewer crowds, Mom and Pop may be where to shop next Thanksgiving. Rachel DePompa, News 7, Blacksburg.))

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Still ahead on the newscast, a Democratic presidential candidate cancels her visit to Roanoke tonight.
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Also both supporters and nay-sayers agree that tight state funding may put the reigns on the Virginia Horse Center.
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A man from Pembroke died in an accident this morning in Giles County.
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It happened around four o'clock on Route 460 just east of Route 758.
State Police say 47 year old Samuel Bracken drove off the left side of the road striking a culvert.
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His Isuzu Trooper crossed the road, struck the bank on the right side, and flipped over.
Bracken died at the scene.

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The Virginia Horse Center in Rockbridge County still has some hurdles in front of it. It's uncertain whether the center will receive any additional state money this year, and that is already having an effect on fundraising. Richard Lesko has more.
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(( Business at the Virginia Horse Center is stronger than ever. Operating revenues are up 20 percent, and the facility is booking events years in advance. What is a concern is dwindling state funds to pay off the facility's debt service. Along with partial funding from the General Assembly this year, came an order to figure out a way to make the center self-sufficient by 2008.
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((JOHN SCOTT/HORSE CENTER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR; IT'S IMPOSSIBLE, BECAUSE YOU'D HAVE TO RAISE YOUR FEES TO A LEVEL WHERE YOU COULD NOT COMPETE, AND MOST SHOWS WOULD VACATE TO NEIGHBORING STATES AND TAKE THE WHOLE TOURISM BUSINESS WITH THEM.))
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Officials point to economic impact numbers that show more than 30-million dollars, and 700 jobs have been created because of the center.
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[IN Q=The sense...]

((JOHN SCOTT/HORSE CENTER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR; THE SENSE OF URGENCY IS ESTABLISHING A COMFORT LEVEL WITH THE COMMONWEALTH TO UNDERSTAND WHAT IS GOING ON HERE, AND WHAT WILL CONTINUE TO GO ON HERE.))
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However, one of the most vocal critics of the facility in last year's General Assembly session is yet to be convinced.
[INSERT PRE-PRO'D QUOTE]Senate Finance Committee chair John Chichester stated in a e-mail: "Although it is expensive, we would have but three more years of future payments and then this facility will be completely on its own. My position relative to the Horse Center remains unchanged."
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((RICHARD LESKO/RLESKO@WDBJ7.COM; THE UNCERTAINTY OVER STATE FUNDING HAS ALREADY COST THE HORSE CENTER. OFFICIALS ESTIMATE THE FACILITY HAS LOST NEARLY HALF A MILLION DOLLARS IN PRIVATE DONATIONS.))
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((LETHIA HAMMOND/VHC DIRECTOR OF MARKETING; PRIVATE DONORS, INCLUDING THOSE WHO HAVE HAD PLEDGES, WE HAD ONE MILLION DOLLAR DONOR WITHHOLD THEIR FINAL PLEDGE PAYMENT, AND WE ESTIMATE THAT WE'VE LOST 4 AND 5 HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS IN PRIVATE DONATIONS THIS YEAR, BECAUSE OF THE UNCERTAINTY IN THE STATE'S SUPPORT FOR THE DEBT SERVICE. REPORTER: IN ONE YEAR? HAMMOND: IN ONE YEAR.))
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The center has already kicked off a new 10 million dollar fundraising campaign, designed to keep the facility ahead of the pack, no matter what happens with state funding. Richard Lesko, News 7, Rockbridge County.))

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The weather has forced Bedford to cancel tonight's lighting of the Community tree.
Volunteers will still try to complete decorating Centertown Park as soon as the weather permits.
An official with Bedford Main Street, Incorporated says he hopes the tree will be lit by Monday night.

[Stocks]


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The day after Thanksgiving is traditionally the quietest day of the year on Wall Street, and today's session was no exception. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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In a short day of trading, the Dow gained 3 points. The Nasdaq up 7.
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Roanokers expecting to hear Presidential candidate Carol Mosley Braun are disappointed tonight.
Braun who made history in the 90's when she became the first black woman to win a seat in the United States Senate canceled her appearance in the Star City at the last minute .
[ANCHOR=Keith 2 shot]

That leaves a bunch of people disappointed at the Clarion Hotel where she was set to appear just moments from now.
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Jennifer Wishon is there. Jennifer, why did Mosley-Braun cancel?
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((ROLLCUE:...women of all colors in the future.))
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((JENNIFER AD LIB FOR ABOUT :10))
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[Sports Tease]


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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports - the Express is back home tonight - the bowl picture fore Tech and UVa hinge on one little game,
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and the last time Tech and UVa played in Charlottesville - it was the Cavaliers who couldn't decide on a quarterback.

More on that in moment.
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[S-Express]


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The Roanoke Express lost to Greenville last night, the worst team in its division. Tonight, the division leading Florida Everblades come to town with the ECHL's top two scorers.
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Virginia Tech's recent quarterback carousel struck a chord with UVa's Matt Schaub. Steve Mason tells us how the Hokies' quarterback shuffle hit home in Charlottesville.
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((Ironically, the last time Tech ventured into Scott Stadium, it was the Wahoos who were sacked by the Hokies and a quarterback controversy. Matt Schaub got the job when Bryson Spinner transferred to Richmond. While Randall has been named the outright starter for Saturday, Marcus Vick might play and Schaub can relate to a two headed quarterback. ((MATT SCHAUB/15 TOUCHDOWN PASSES THIS SEASON:))
In his two seasons as the starter, Schaub has set at least 20 UVa game, season and career records. Over at 23 game span, Schaub has connected on 43 touchdown passes and thrown for 5, 242 yards. A great career his coach says will continue in the NFL. ((AL GROH/UVA HEAD COACH:))
Schaub recently taped an article on Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Brad Johnson to his locker. The two worked a football camp together and played golf over the summer. ((:)) Schaub has been named ACC player of the year but has never beaten the Hokies, something he makes sure his teammates are aware of.)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:))

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The Tech - UVa game means many things to many people - BUT - it means absolutely nothing when it comes to where each school will play its bowl game.
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The game to watch tomorrow is the Miami-Pitt game. It's very simple - if Miami wins - Tech goes to to Arizona and UVa heads to Charlotte. But if Pitt wins - Tech is going to Charlotte - and UVa heads west to Boise, Idaho. Right now - Frank Beamer is only concerned about the trip he's making across Afton Mountain.
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[OUT Q=...GOOD FOOTBALL TEAM."]
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Virginia is taking a page out of the Tech pregame playbook tomorrow. The UVa players and coaches plan to stage a walk from McCormick Road to the Stadium starting at 10:45 tomorrow morning.

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The Hoos and Hokies begin their 15 hour rivalry session tonight at eight at University Hall as the men's basketball teams meet.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]

This will be a homecoming of sorts for first year Tech coach Seth Greenberg - who served as an assistant under Terry Holland at UVa during the 1984 season when Virginia went to the final four. Highlights of this game for you tonight at 11.
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Duke picked up a holiday win around two am today in Anchorage, Alaska.
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[SUPER=03-Anchorage, AL/ESPN-This Morning; :00]

The second ranked Dookies beat Pacific this morning 82-to-69 as J.J. Redick scored 11 of his 13 points in the first half. Duke got 20 points from Daniel Ewing and 20 more from freshman Luol Deng.
[super=33-Duke #2/82/Pacific/69;]

Duke now plays the Liberty Flames shortly after midnight this evening in Anchorage.
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Also, if you are able to get WDBJ-DT - our digital signal - you can watch the North Carolina-Cleveland State game tomorrow at 4pm, and at 8pm you can catch Maryland and Hofstra on WDBJ DT 7 point 2.

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