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The race is on-- to area malls.
Meghan Muldoon checks in live with an update on the biggest shopping day of the year.
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[VO-NAT]


And, NO stampede, but a plea for financial help by the Virginia Horse Center.
Officials there are worried about losing state funding.
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A warm start to our day but the temperatures are about to drop like a rock with the chance for some accumulating snows in West Virginia and flurries for us. I'll have your weekend forecast.
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A Pembroke man is dead after an accident early this morning in Giles County.
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[Take Map FS]
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 road on the left striking the culvert.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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His Isuzu trooper then crossed the road, striking the bank on the right side, causing the vehicle to flip over.
The victim died at the scene.

[Horse-Center]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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A tourist destination in our region is hoping it will end up on the winning side in this year's General Assembly Session.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co.;]

The Virginia Horse Center is asking legislators to reconsider a plan that would cut out funding for the facility by 2008 Horse Center officials say that simply can't be done, and the state risks losing an investment for the future if funding is cut out.
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[SOT - 11:10:33]
[IN Q=Bottom line, if the...]

((LETHIA HAMMOND/HORSE CENTER PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR; BOTTOM LINE, IF THE VIRGINIA HORSE CENTER GOES AWAY, OVER THE NEXT 20 YEARS, THE COMMONWEALTH LOSES OVER 18 MILLION DOLLARS IN CLEAR TAX REVENUES, AND THE 14.5 MILLION DOLLARS IN IMPROVEMENTS THAT ARE ALREADY PAID FOR IN THIS FACILITY.))
[SUPER=01-Lethia Hammond/Horse Center Public Relations Director;]
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[OUT Q=in this facility.]
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[VO-NAT]

Officials say the uncertainty over state funding has already hurt the organization because private donations are down nearly half-a-million dollars this year. We'll have more on this story, including what one critic of the facility has to say, tonight on News 7 at 6.
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[Shopping]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=03-44 54:40]
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It's the day after Thanksgiving, but retailers know it as Black Friday, one of the busiest shopping days of the year.


[DOUBLE BOXES=Kimberly & Meghan/Microwave;]

Meghan Muldoon is checking out the shopping scene, and joins us with more.
[LIVE=Meghan Full/Microwave;]
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((ROLLCUE:...a warm welcome.))
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]
[SUPER=01-Naomi Snead/Holiday Shopper;]
[SUPER=01-Christine Scott/Holiday Shopper; ]
[SUPER=01-Allan Boitnott/Marshall's Manager;]
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[OUT Q=spending the money they have.]



[LIVE=Meghan Full/Microwave]
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[Small-Stores]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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The region's mom and pop shops are also expecting higher sales today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg]


Downtowns are not immune to Black Friday, though typically, much quieter. We visited several stores in downtown Blacksburg this morning where there were no long lines or large crowds.
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[SOT6:08:00]
[IN Q=It's so much nicer]
[SUPER=01-Debbie Miller/Store Owner]

((IT'S SO MUCH NICER DOWNTOWN. THERE'S PEOPLE TO WAIT ON YOU THE STORES ARE QUIET, EVERYBODY'S CALM COOL COLLECTED HERE. AT THE MALL ITS CRAZY))
[RUNS=:10]
[OUT Q=it's crazy.]
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[VO-NAT]


Small store owners say the are usually busier in the late afternoon on black Friday, but their heaviest crowds will come tomorrow.
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[Iraq]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=kmc]
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Another U-S soldier has been killed in Iraq.
It happened this morning when mortars were fired at a U-S base in the northern city of Mosul.
The attack comes just one day after the President's surprise visit to Baghdad that seemed more James Bond than George Bush.
Lisa Barron reports.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=President Bush]
[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq; :06]
[SUPER=01-Lisa Barron/Reporting; :54]
[RUNS=1:05]
[OUT Q=Barron, CBS News, Baghdad.]

((

PRESIDENT BUSH MAY ALREADY BE BACK IN TEXAS... BUT HIS SURPRISE THANKSGIVING DAY VISIT TO US TROOP IN BAGHDAD IS STILL CAUSING A STIR.
DURING HIS LIGHTNING TRIP, MR BUSH THANKED AMERICAN TROOPS FOR 'SACRIFICING FOR OUR FREEDOM AND PEACE." -- A MESSAGE WHICH HELPED LIFT THE SPIRITS OF MANY WHO CELEBRATED THE HOLIDAY FAR FROM HOME.

SOT: U-S SOLDIERS MOS


IRAQIS MEANWHILE HAVE EXPRESSED DIFFERING OPINIONS ABOUT THE TRIP -- WHCIH WAS KEPT SUCH A SECRET THAT EVEN MEMBERS OF THE US BACKED GOVERNING COUNCIL INVITED TO ATTEND THE THANKSGIVING DINNER AT THE AIRPORT WEREN'T TOLD ABOUT IT IN ADVANCE..
SOME IRAQIS SAY THEY AGREE THAT MR BUSH'S VISIT HELPED THE SOLDIERS --AND WELCOMED HIS APPEARANCE -- BUT SAY IT MEANT LITTLE FOR THEM. THE PRESIDENT DIDNT LEAVE THE HEAVILY GUARDED AIRPORT DURING HIS 2 AND A HALF HOURS ON THE GROUND. FOR THE SOLDIERS HE LEFT BEHIND THOUGH, IT WILL BE ONE THANKSGIVING THEY WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER.
LISA BARRON, CBS NEWS, BAGHDAD ))

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Several mid-sized sport utility vehicles didn't score very well on recent crash tests.
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[VO-NAT]


The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says several of the nine S-U-Vs tested needed more than two thousand dollars worth of repairs after low speed collisions.
The institute says no vehicle should sustain major damage in a five mile-an-hour crash.
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[TAKE PRE-PRO]
At the bottom of the list is the 2003 Kia Sorento, which sustained the most damage.
The 2003 Toyota 4Runner, 2003 Infiniti FX35, 2004 Chrysler Pacifica and the 2004 Cadillac SRX also earned the institute's lowest rating.
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Automakers, meanwhile, are criticizing the bumper ratings.
They say the tests have nothing to do with vehicle safety.

[Ripken]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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He's already considered a hero by baseball fans, but last night former Baltimore Oriole Cal Ripken may have really been a life saver.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Hunt Valley, MD;]


It all started last night around 9, when police received a call about a man running naked through the woods.
He ended up on the doorstep of Ripken's home, asking for help.
The man said he'd been kidnapped in Baltimore, shot in the back, and dumped out of a car.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=The victim]
[SUPER=01-Sgt. Vickie Warehime/Baltimore Co., MD Police;]
[RUNS=:11]
[OUT Q=he was dropped off.]
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[VO-NAT]


Baltimore County police are still investigating.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Someone has some explaining to do. Still ahead, a nation's tennis team hears the wrong national anthem.
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[VO-NAT ]


And talk about keeping a close eye on students. One school district now has a camera in every classroom.
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A school district in Mississippi is really keeping an eye on students-- putting cameras in every single classroom.

But is it a violation of students' rights, or a needed safety tool?
Mark Strassman reports.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=In Biloxi]
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[SUPER=01-Kaitlynne Anzur/Seventh Grade Student; :10]
[SUPER=01-Larry Drawdy/School Superintendent; :21]
[SUPER=01-Mark Strassman/CBS News; :42]
[SUPER=01-Pam Manners/Principal; 1:14]
[SUPER=01-Amy Thibodeaux/Middle School Teacher; 1:32]
[SUPER=01-Jill Farrell/Free Congress Foundation; 1:43]
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[OUT Q=I'm Mark Strassman in Biloxi, MS.]

((
In Biloxi Mississippi, Kaitlynne Anzur has less privacy than most American seventh-graders.
It took some getting used to.

(SOT) (Kaitlynne Anzur - Seventh-grader)

"IT FELT KIND OF FREAKY. (LAUGHS) BECAUSE I FELT LIKE THERE WAS AN EXTRA SET OF EYES ON ME."

(NARR) (cameras in hallways)


The eyes of security CAMERAS...
... are always ON, throughout the school.

(SOT) (Larry Drawdy - School Superintendent)

"BUT WHERE DOES THE STUDENT SPEND MOST OF THE DAY? THEY SPEND MOST OF THE DAY IN THE CLASSROOM."

(NARR)

So Biloxi spent two-million dollars.
To become America's only school system with a camera watching EVERY classroom.

(SOT) (Kaitlynne Anzur - Seventh-grader)
(M.S.) "With the cameras on, do the kids keep their hands to themselves more?"



(Kaitlynne) "MORE NOW THEY DO. BUT WHEN THE CAMERAS WEREN'T THERE THEY DIDN'T."



(STANDUP)

"SUPPOSE A CAMERA LIKE THAT ONE WAS WATCHING EVERY MOVE YOUR CHILD MADE IN SCHOOL. YOU MIGHT BE SURPRISED BY WHAT YOU WOULD SEE."

(NARR)


In South Carolina, a principal called in the cops, after these same cameras showed students dealing drugs.

(Golf cart in school video)
(NARR)


There were these joyriding vandals in South Florida.

(Video of one kid beating up another on bus)
(NARR)


And for some students, just GETTING to school can be a surprise test.
Videotape...

(Pam in office with video monitor)
(NARR)


...for principals like Pam Manners in Biloxi... helps root out problems, discipline the guilty, and convince some doubting parents.

(SOT) (Pam Manners - Principal)
(M.S) "My Johnny could never do that -- that kind of thing?"



(Manners) "JOHNNY CAN DO IT."



(M.S.) "And the camera shows it..."



(Manners) "AND THE CAMERA SHOWS IT. THE BEAUTY IS JOHNNY DOESN'T DO IT AS OFTEN ANY MORE."



(NARR)


Cameras can show SERIOUS worries. Watch what happens when this school bus driver in Ohio swerves off the road....

(NAT SOT)

KIDS SCREAM

(SOT)


And Columbine was a warning. Today's schools face threats UNIMAGINEABLE a generation ago.

(SOT) (Amy Thibodeaux- Middle School Teacher)

"IF I HAD AN INTRUDER IN MY CLASSROOM...I'M GLAD THE CAMERAS ARE THERE."

(NARR)


Not everyone is -- especially privacy experts.

(SOT) (Jill Farrell---Free Congress Foundation)

"KEEPING A CAMERA ON THEM EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK IS TEACHING THEM THAT BEING WATCHED IS O-K AND POSSIBLY BIG BROTHER IS GOOD."

[EDIT EDIT EDIT]
Over the last three years in Biloxi, since cameras went into classrooms, discipline problems are down, test scores are up. I'm Mark Strassman in Biloxi, MS. ))

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A trumpeter REALLY hit a sour note with some Spanish tennis players.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Sound of wrong anthem being played]
[RUNS=:05]
[OUT Q=fade out music]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Melbourne, Australia;]


The wrong anthem was played for Spain at the start of the Davis Cup final in Australia.
What was played was a song supporting former Spanish dictator General Francisco Franco, instead of the Spanish national anthem.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=We would like]

((JOHN FITZGERALD/AUSTRALIAN DAVIS CUP CAPTAIN: WE WOULD LIKE TO PLAY IT NOW, BUT WE CAN'T. I DON'T THINK IT CAN HAPPEN RIGHT NOW. IF IT DOES, AS SOON AS IT IS READY IT WILL BE PLAYED. SO WE APOLOGISE." ))
[SUPER=01-John Fitzgerald/Australian Davis Cup Captain;]
[RUNS=:10]
[OUT Q=So, we apologize]
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[VO-NAT]


Organizers say the mistake happened because a C-D of national anthems supplied to the trumpeter was incorrect.
Tennis Australia, which organized the final on behalf of the International Tennis Federation said it'll play the correct anthem tomorrow, when the Spanish flag is raised.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[ENG#=V10]


A lot of people give a lot of thanks. Still ahead, a big holiday effort where jobs have gone away.
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[VO-NAT ]

And you can take Tiger off your list. One of the world's best-known athletes is now engaged.
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A lot of people in the Martinsville area are giving thanks .. to the volunteers who made their Thanksgiving a little happier. The area is going through hard economic times, and as Rachel DePompa reports, the turnout for turkey was the largest ever.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Cindy Bonniewell]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville; :00]
[SUPER=01-Cindy Bonniwell/Volunteer; :17]
[SUPER=01-Dawn Cooke/Volunteer; :47]
[SUPER=@Rachel1; 1:03]
[SUPER=01-Sheilla Coplin/Organizer; 1:10]
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[OUT Q= News 7, Martinsville.]


((Cindy Bonniewell worked at Tultex for 15-years... until the plant closed down. Out of work for nearly 3 years...she finally has a new job.
QUICK NATS- noise of the people in line.
And now, a reason to give back to the thousands of others in need in Henry county.
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[SOT: 6:49:09:00 ]
[IN Q=When I was]

((CINDY BONNIEWELL:WHEN I WAS THE SAME WAY A LOT OF PEOPLE HELPED ME. THE SALVATION ARMY, SOUTHSIDE COMMUNITY ACTION. SO I JUST WANTED TO GIVE BACK A LITTLE BIT OF WHAT WAS GIVEN TO ME IN THE PAST )) [RUNS:12]
[OUT Q=in the past.]


She's one of 2-hundred people who volunteered this holiday to feed those in need.
NATS- CLOSING LID. 6:38:49:00
Hundreds showed up for a free dinner.
NATS LOADING CAR 6:44:05:00
Hundreds more called in and had Turkey delivered. Dawn Cooke took some of those orders.

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[SOT:6:40:37:00]
[IN Q=I heard so]

((DAWN COOKE: I HEARD SO MANY STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE, I DON'T HAVE JOBS, I DON'T HAVE MONEY AND WE WON'T HAVE THANKSGIVING DINNER. THERE WAS A LOT OF SICKNESS AND A LOT OF ELDERLY, BUT THERE WAS A LOT PEOPLE THAT JUST DIDN'T HAVE ANYTHING FOR A THANKSGIVING MEAL THIS YEAR AND THIS WAS JUST SAD.)) [RUNS:14]
[OUT Q=just sad.]



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[SOT:6:476:53:00]
[IN Q=They've been]

((RACHEL DEPOMPA: THEY'VE BEEN SO BUSY HERE THEY'VE RUN OUT OF TURKEY TWICE AND EVEN CHICKEN. THEY EXPECT TO HELP MORE THAN 2-THOUSAND PEOPLE.)) [RUNS:07]
[OUT Q=Thousand people.]




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[SOT:6:32:36:00]
[IN Q=Some of the folks.]

((SHEILLA COPLIN: SOME OF THE FOLKS IN THE AREA, THIS HAS REALLY DEVASTATED THEM, YOU KNOW YOU CAN IMAGINE LOSING YOUR OWN LIVELIHOOD. SO WE JUST WANT TO BE SHELTER IN A TIME OF STORM IN THEIR LIFE)) [RUNS:12]
[OUT Q=in their life.]


Volunteers like Bonniwell, know just how hard it can be.

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[SOT:6:50:05:00]
[IN Q=I know what]

((CINDY BONNIEWELL: I KNOW WHAT THESE PEOPLE ARE GOING THROUGH. I TOLD THEM JUST DON'T GIVE UP HOPE. I HAVE A BETTER JOB THEN WHAT I HAD. JUST NEVER GET UP THAT YOU'LL FIND SOMETHING BETTER.)) [RUNS:12]
[OUT Q=something better]


The church is hoping the economy turns around next year so lines will be shorter, but it's planning to be back for anyone who needs help. Rachel DePompa News 7, Martinsville. ))

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Traffic along one of the main streets through Martinsville is back to normal today .. a far cry from yesterday.
Route 220 business was closed for more than five hours, after a generator problem at the Martinsville Hydroelectric Dam caused a turbine to spin out of control.
Officials feared the spinning turbine might shatter and throw shrapnel into passing traffic. No problems developed, and the road was reopened last night.


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On Wall Street at Noon,
[super=460-x/18/x/7;]

the Dow was UP 18 points. Nasdaq UP 7 points.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[ENG#=V10]


Michael Vick is back in uniform this weekend. The details are just ahead in sports.
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[VO-NAT ]


And turkeys that won't go away. Maybe you're done for now, but one town can't get rid of them.
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[Tiger-Woods]


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Golfer Tiger Woods is apparently trading his green jacket for a tuxedo--
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


Tiger and his Swedish girlfriend got engaged during a South African safari vacation.
A spokesman for the game reserve the couple visited says Tiger popped the question after playing in the President's Cup tournament over the weekend.
Tiger's agent confirms the engagement, but didn't offer any details.
The couple's been dating for nearly two years.
A Swedish newspaper says the wedding will likely take place in Sweden.
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Football continues this afternoon on Your Hometown Station as we head down to the SEC and check in on the LSU and Arkansas game that comes your way at 2:30.
(XXXXwipe to pinnacle 12998 XXXX)

Then on Saturday - it's the annual brawl for it all in the Sunshine state, as the Gators hook up with the Seminoles. That one comes your way at 3:30pm.
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And there's doubleheader action on Sunday from the NFL. The Patriots take on the Colts at one o'clock, and is followed by the Chiefs and Chargers.
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[S-Vick]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Flowery Branch, GA; :00]

In one other NFL note - Michael Vick will be in uniform for the first time this season on Sunday in Houston. Vick has been sidelined since breaking his leg in the preseason. He will serve as the back-up for starter Doug Johnson. After mainly taking snaps out of the pocket - Vick was able to roll out and run without little pain. Without him - the Falcons are 2 and 9.
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[Wild-Turkeys]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
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And finally today--
If you're having a leftover turkey sandwich for lunch, chances are, your bird didn't come from Hugo, Colorado.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Hugo, CO;]


The small rural town is in the spotlight this holiday weekend because of its bumper crop of wild turkeys that can be seen most anytime wandering the streets.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=They just roam around]

((THEY ROAM AROUND WALK UP AND DOWN THE STREET ... THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS THEY STAYED THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STREET, BUT NOW THEY MIGRATE. THEY CAN CAUSE A LITTLE TRAFFIC SLOW UP NOW AND AGAIN BUT THEY ARE PRETTY FAST SO THEY GET OUT OF THE WAY.))
[RUNS=:19]
[OUT Q=get out of the way.]
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[VO-NAT]


Residents joked that they wouldn't have to BUY a turkey for the holidays, they could just grab one of these gobblers.
But but nobody in town actually eats them.
Apparently, they're too skinny.
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