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Today on News 7 at 5, residents throughout the region dig out from the snow and ice while power crews work to restore the electricity.
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Also the U-S Administrator in Iraqi says attacks against Americans will get worse in the coming months.
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An area of light snow will move in tonight but the heaviest accumulation will be found in the west central highlands. We will check out the latest radar in a moment.

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A published report says former President Reagan's health is deteriorating.
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On Healthcheck, as the flu season gets worse... some supplies of the vaccine are running out.
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Plus several places are postponing their Christmas parades.
News 7 at 5 is next.

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Power crews work to restore service while V-Dot attempts to clear secondary roads before more winter weather comes our way.
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Most primary roads were clear enough for people to get to and from work today, but thousands woke up without power. Outages spotted the Roanoke and Lynchburg areas, but Southside was hardest hit.
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Jennifer Wishon was in Southside today and joins us now with more. Jean, line crews have been able to restore power to about half of the Southside customers who were without power, but officials say it could be another day before the other half see any lights.
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Coming off of repairs from Hurricane Isabel and flooding, line crews say at the rate they're going, it looks like it's going to be a long winter.

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((((NATS OF CHAIN SAW)) It's been a long 24 hours for line crews trying to get the lights back on in Southside.
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((FRANK STONE: THE FIRST THING WE HAVE TO DO IS ISOLATE THE LINE WHERE IT'S BEING FED FROM, GROUND IT, LOOK THE SITUATION OVER, FIND OUT WHERE TO START AND JUST GO TO IT.))
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Billy Oliver and his wife live within viewing distance of the tree that killed their power.
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AEP dispatchers in Roanoke worked to get crews to the hardest hit areas like Fieldale as soon as possible.
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The Fieldale and Martinsville areas were hardest hit. 1500 customers in those areas are still without power.
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Jean, officials say assessibility is still an issue in some situations and again, some customers won't see power restored until tomorrow evening.

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Many folks in the New River Valley spent the day digging out.
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Some places in Wythe and Grayson Counties saw as much as 8-inches of snow. People in Rural Retreat were shoveling their driveways, while kids were taking advantage of their day off from school. Lines at the local grocery and hardware stores were long. People told us they rushed out to get more supplies in case winter weather decides to strike again tonight.
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((CLYDE KING: WE DO HAVE A TENDENCY TO HAVE A BIT MORE ICE AND STUFF LIKE THAT AND WE'RE ACTUALLY GETTING READY FOR THIS NEXT STUFF COMING IN AS ALL OUR WEATHER PEOPLE TELL US. AS YOU CAN TELL HERE, WE'RE TRYING TO GET PREPARED.))
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Crews were even trying to clean up Interstate 81 today. This large truck flipped over yesterday morning. A local towing company wasn't able to even get to it and unload it until THIS afternoon.
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Three colleges have cancelled night classes tonight.
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The Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Virginia Western Community College and Wytheville Community College have all cancelled tonight's classes.
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The weather has also led many communities to postpone holiday parades planned for tonight and tomorrow. Among them, Salem's parade has been moved to Monday night at 6:00, and Bedford's has been pushed back until a week from tomorrow at 1:00.
Blacksburg and Vinton have both rescheduled their parades for tomorrow afternoon -- Vinton at Noon and Blacksburg at 1:00.
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For a complete list of parade and other weather-related announcements, you can go any time to our web page at wdbj7-dot.com.
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We are not the only ones dealing with this early blast of winter- It's also snowing in the Northeast... The calender may say fall, but it sure doesn't look that way.
Drew Levinson is in New York City with more.
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((THE CALENDAR SAYS IT'S STILL FALL, BUT THE ATLANTIC COAST IS GETTING A PREVIEW OF WINTER. DREW LEVINSON IS IN NEW YORK WHICH IS TURNING INTO A WINTER WONDERLAND. For meteorologists, this would be considered the perfect storm--freezing temperatures.... "IT'S COLD! mixed with the right amount of moisture equals snow--and by the looks of it--a lot of snow.

"EVERYBODY SEEMS TO BEARING IT PRETTY WELL"
The season's first real winter storm clogged roads as it swept up the East Coast.
DONNA PARDOT: "IT TOOK ABOUT AN HOUR TO GO 10 MILES"
The plow crews are trying to keep up with Mother Nature. "WE'RE HANGING IN THERE AND JUST PUTTING DOWN SALT." At airports--some delays reported already. DREW LEVINSON/NEW YORK: "THE STORM IS EXPECTED TO LAST THROUGH SUNDAY--WHEN IT'S OVER FORCASTERS SAY THERE COULD BE UP EIGHT INCHES HERE AND UP TO A FOOT IN THE SUBURBS.
The snow is a welcome sight for many--especially the New York tourists. SANDI WILLIAMS/ATLANTA: "THIS IS WHERE I WANTED TO BE SO THE SNOW IS JUST BONUS." Winter officially begins in about two weeks--but here the winterlike weather is officially here. Drew Levinson, CBS News, New York.))

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American troops in Iraq may face even more trouble in the months ahead.
A top U-S administrator says insurgents may step up attacks as power is transferred to an interim Iraqi government.


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And today more violence in Baghdad. An American soldier and at least four Iraqi civilians died in a bombing near a mosque.
Witnesses say it happened as a packed mini bus and a military convoy passed in opposite directions.
35 miles north of the Capital a rocket propelled grenade hit an armored vehicle. No word of casualties there.
Iraqis today took to the streets protesting what they call terrorist attacks and voicing support for the U-S effort to build a democracy there.
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A Lynchburg woman used to work for a bank, now she's heading to federal prison. We'll tell you why after the break.
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Plus published reports say former President Reagan's health is declining rapidly.
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In health check tonight,
If the recent increase in flu cases in the Roanoke Valley and Martinsville are any indication -- we could be in for a very bad flu season.
At least that's what some local health professionals are predicting.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more
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Jean, The elderly and young children are most at risk. Already this flu season five children in Colorado have died because of the flu.
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But it's not too late to the get the flu vaccine -- in fact -- health officials are urging those at high risk to do so as soon as possible.
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Pediatrician Robert Fern says he's concerned that he's seeing so many children with the flu so early.
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He says his biggest concern is for those under two years old .
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Lewis-Gale Medical Center's emergency room is already seeing many patients of all ages with the flu.
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There are ways to reduce the spread of the virus -- always use a tissue to blow your nose or when coughing and throw it right after.
Frequently wash your hands with hot and soapy water for at least 20 seconds.
And if you have flu symptoms stay home for five to seven days. But the flu shot is still the best protection.
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So many people have gotten the vaccine this year --that the manufactures say they've run out.
But I spoke with health providers in our area who say the still have vaccine available. However, local health departments say their supplies are running low.
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Jean

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A Lynchburg bank employee caught stealing more than a million dollars from her clients' trust funds is headed to federal prison.
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43-year-old Pamela McDaniel Robertson admitted last May she used her job at Wachovia to embezzle the money.
Some of the cash paid Robertson's bills.. some went to charity.
But today a federal judge gave her 33 months in prison.
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((TONY ANDERSON/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: IT GOT OUT OF HAND. MY EXPERIENCE IS IN THESE KINDS OF CASES, IT HAPPENS WITH PEOPLE. THEY DON'T REALIZE THAT IT'S MOUNTING AS MUCH AS IT IS, BUT WHEN YOU ADD IT ALL UP IN THE END, YOU SAY 'WOW, HOW COULD THAT HAVE HAPPENED?'))
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Robertson apologized to her family, friends and employer in court today.
She'll have to pay restitution of 200 dollars a month after she's released.
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Some good news on the job front nationwide. The jobless rate is down.
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It is the lowest unemployment rate in eight months. Today President Bush says the economy is improving.
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((THE AMERICAN ECONOMY IS STRONG AND GETTING STRONGER. TODAY THEY'VE RELEASED SOME MORE STATISTICS THAT SHOW THE ECONOMY IS STRONG. UNEMPLOYMENT DROPPED FROM SIX PERCENT TO FIVE POINT NINE PERCENT. MORE JOBS ARE BEING CREATED.))
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The President says tax cuts are working. He headed to a local Home Depot to talk with employees before returning to the White House.

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Published reports say former president Ronald Reagan's health is decling rapidly.
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People magazine says Reagan's Alzheimer's disease has progressed to the point that he cannot speak, feed himself or recognize his family.
People correspondent Michael Fleeman says Nancy Reagan's friends are concerned about her health because she spends so much time taking care of her 92 year old husband.
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Coming up today in Sports,
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[VO] Mike Stevens will tell us why Virginia Tech should get used to playing teams in the PAC (PACK) Ten.
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Today in Sports, it you were planning to go to the William Fleming game tomorrow, you'll need to make other plans.

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And coming up a little later, we'll see how some American soldiers are putting smiles on the faces of Iraqi orphans.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Friday ticker. The snow is causing some problems with the state semi-finals in high school football tomorrow. Actually, the problems are mainly here in Roanoke. Fleming's game with Magna Vista set for 1:30 tomorrow has been postponed. It may be played on Sunday, or it could be Monday. Two things are certain. Victory Stadium hasn't been touched all day, and the Kids on both teams want to play.
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They made sure the field and the stands were cleared in Hot Springs today. The field and stands at Carl Williams stadium, the site of tomorrow's Division One state semi-finals, were cleared earlier today. And J.I. Burton already has made the trip to Hot Springs from Norton. That game is on as scheduled.
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The Radford at Gate City playoff game has been moved to Sunday at 1:30pm at Legion Field. We will have more on this snowy mess tonight on News 7 at Six. Plus, don't forget about Friday Football Extra tonight at 11:35.

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The Virginia Tech Hokies will close out the season against a team from the PAC-10 and it looks like Tech could begin the 2004 campaign against another team from that conference.
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The Los Angeles Times is reporting that USC is in negotiations to play in the BCA preseason game against Tech according to an official in the Trojans athletic department. The game would be played either at Fed Ex Field, Giants Stadium or Lincoln Financial Field in Philly the last weekend in August.
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The Roanoke Dazzle will be back on the hardwood tonight at the Civic Center to face the Huntsville Flight in a 7pm tip.
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The Dazzle is undefeated after three games due in large part to the play of Geoff Owens. Owens spent most of the summer with the Cleveland Cavaliers and went to camp with the Cavs before making it to the final cut.
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That's it for the ticker. Tonight at six, more on how the weather has altered the high school football schedule. Jean will put the wraps on News 7 at Five right after this.

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On Wall Street today, the stock markets finished the week with a loss amid disappointment over a mixed employment report.
Alexis Christoforous closes the week with our Marketwatch Report.
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Christmas is still weeks away, but with the help and caring of some U-S soldiers in Baghdad, it's coming early for one orphanage. Lisa Barron has more on how troops and children are living with each other.
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((FOR THE GIRLS AT SAINT ANNA'S ORPHANAGE IN BAGHDAD, CHRISTMAS ARRIVED EARLY.-- THANKS TO THE US ARMY'S 30TH MEDICAL BRIGADE AND SOLDIERS from THE 28TH COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL. THE TROOPS HAVE BEEN SPONSORING THESE ORPHANS, RANGING IN AGE FROM 6 TO 26, SINCE SHORTLY AFTER THEY ARRIVED IN THE IRAQI CAPITAL.

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WE've been away from our famlies for ten months, and so it's the opportuity for the soldiers to be able to interact with the children, and it pays huge dividends. Being able to see the smile on the kids' face.

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THE DAY KICKED OFF WITH FUN AND GAMES AMERICAN STYLE--MUSICAL CHAIRS, BEANBAG TOSSING, AND FACE PAINTING. AND IT SEEMS THE SOLDIERS HAD JUST AS GOOD A TIME AS THE KIDS.

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Good experience for the KIDS? It's been a great experience for us as well. really great.

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SISTER ANNA, WHO RUNS THE ORPHANAGE TELLS US SOME OF THE GIRLS WOKE UP AS EARLY AS THREE IN THE MORNING, TOO EXCITED ABOUT THE DAY TO SLEEP. BEFORE THE WAR, SHE RECALLS, THEIR MOOD WAS GLUM.
BUT WHEN THE TROOPS STARTED VISITING THEM AND DELIVERING GIFTS, THEY ALSO BROUGHT THE ORPHANS JOY. IT HAS TURNED THINGS UPSIDE DOWN. AND NOW, SHE SAYS, THEY CHILDREN.ARE HAPPY.

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THEY WERE CLEARLY DELIGHTED AT THE CHANCE TO SEE AN ARMY CHOPPER UP CLOSE -- EVEN IF IT DIDNT GO VERY FAR.

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THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE DAY FOR THE SOLDIERS: AN UNEPXECTED CHRISTMAS GIFT FROM THE ORPHANS TO THEM-- AN IRAQI SONG AND DANCE ROUTINE FOR THE TROOPS. LB, CBS NEWS, BAGHDAD))
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