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Virginia college students take university fundraising into their own hands.
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And the view from downtown Blacksburg is undergoing a transformation.
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Tonight on News 7 sports - the Hokies go inside to get their act back together before heading to Arizona. The Stagg Bowl preparations are now complete for tomorrow's game.
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[VO-NAT]


and St. John's has no patience this holiday season - firing head coach Mike Jarvis.
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Snow showers continue overnight especially in the mountains with improving weather for the rest of the weekend. I'll have your forecast.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 3-Shot]


News 7 is next.
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((STUDENTS HAVE GOTTEN INVOLVED AND THEY HAVE GOTTEN INVOLVED WITH A PURPOSE.))
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[OUT Q=WITH A PURPOSE.]
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Virginia's college students are going from the campus to the Capitol
They are jumping into politics to help their schools.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Good evening, I'm Shannon Young. Keith is off tonight.

[Virginia21]


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Virginia's youngest voters will soon be the state's youngest lobbyists.
A group of college students are leaving the classroom for the halls of the statehouse.
Meghan Muldoon tells us why.
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((SARAH GODLEWSKI/GEORGE MASON STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT: STUDENTS ARE DEFINITELY PAYING ATTENTION.)) [RUNS:03]
That is the message of Virginia21 a group created this year to galvanize the state's 18 -to 24-year-old voters.
They plan to lobby state lawmakers this winter.
Their main issue: more money for Virginia's colleges and universities.
[SOT 11:15:43]

((BRANT SNYDER/VA TECH STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT: WE CAN NO LONGER AFFORD TO STAND BY WHILE RICHMOND MAKES SHORT SIGHTED DECISIONS TO CUT FUNDING, GUT FINANCIAL AID, FIRE FACULTY AND ELIMINATE PROGRAMS.)) [RUNS:11]
To kick off their lobbying campaign, the group delivered a petition to Governor Warner signed by more than twelve-thousand college students.
Warner's new budget includes additional funding for higher education but these politically-savvy students say it is not enough.
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((JESSE FERGUSON/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, VIRGINIA21: WHEN IT COMES TO FUNDING OUR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES WE GET BEAT BY MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA AND WEST VIRGINIA IT'S NOT ACCEPTABLE AND ENDANGERS OUR FUTURE.)) [RUNS:15]
Organizers of Virginia21 say it is the first political advocacy group in the nation for the college-aged.
Their recent voter drive brought an additional three-thousand voters to the polls in November's lections, proving that they can be a loud voice in the political process.
Meghan Muldoon, News 7, Richmond))

[Gray]


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A Lynchburg man is headed to prison for gunning down another man in the street last spring.
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19-year-old Darryl Lee-Anthony Gray was convicted of second degree murder for the killing of Siron (sy-RONE) Carr.

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The shooting happened after the two men confronted each other in the area of Dearing and Charlotte Streets.
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((ED LUSTIG/PROSECUTOR: THE UNDERLYING CAUSE WAS AN ARGUMENT THAT THE VICTIM AND THE DEFENDANT HAD HAD A FEW WEEKS BEFORE AND IT WAS OUR THEORY TO THE JURY THAT THE DEFENDANT CAME LOOKING FOR REVENGE AND HE GOT THROUGH THE BARREL OF A GUN.))
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Gray apologized to the victim's family in court today, but maintains the shooting was accidental.
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Judge Mosby Perrow upheld the jury's sentence of 23 years for the murder and firearms charges.

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School officials say it may have been a last-day-before-vacation prank.. but they're not smiling.
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Around one o'clock today, someone at E.C. Glass High School in Lynchburg released pepper spray in a first-floor hallway and a stairwell leading to the second floor.
Several students exposed to the chemical were treated for headaches and nausea.
Police and school administrators are still investigating.
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[Downtown-Blacksburg]


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A few weeks of wintery weather isn't keeping Blacksburg at a standstill. Several major downtown construction projects are moving forward, on schedule.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Rachel /Microwave;]


New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel DePompa joins us from Blacksburg with a look at what's in store for the town. Rachel?
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Shannon, quite a bits happening. There are projects underway all across town and it appears all of them are right on schedule.
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((It's not a day you'd choose to brave, but somebody has to get Blacksburg's new parking deck built.
NATS CLOSE UP GUY BANGING 19:45:00
Through, snow, cold and ice crews have been working round the clock to keep the Kent Square project on schedule for a summer 2004 opening.

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((MARC VERNIEL: IT'S BEEN A PROJECT THAT'S BEEN TALKED ABOUT FOR A LONG TIME. WE'VE BEEN WORKING ON PROVIDING PARKING DOWTOWN FOR THE PAST 30 YEARS. AND TO FINALLY SEE THE PROJECT GOING UP AND MAKING PROGRESS IT'S REAL REWARDING.)) [RUNS:12]
[OUT Q=it's real rewarding.]


The builder's even started negotiations to fill these future walls with shops, businesses and residents. But Kent Square isn't the only construction going on in town.

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[IN Q=The goal is]

((AMY BUNCH: THE GOAL IS TO RESTORE THE ALEXANDER BLACK HOUSE TO THE WAY IT LOOKED ORINGALLY AND ALSO TO ESTABLISH THE BLACKSBURG MUSUEM IN THE HOME AS A HISTORY MUSUEM FOR BLACKSBURG AND A CULTURAL ARTS CENTER.)) [RUNS:13]
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Contractors are almost finished creating a new foundation for the home... and organizers are currently interviewing restoration architects. They hope to have one on the job and ready to design by January first.


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((RACHEL DEPOMPA: MAIN STREET AND COLLEGE AVENUE ARE NEXT ON THE TOWN'S LIST. IT'S ABOUT TO BEGIN A MAJOR RENOVATION PROJECT. THEY'LL BE CHANGING OUT THESE SIDEWALKS AND THE VERY LOOK OF THESE BUILDINGS. :11)) [RUNS:11]
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((MARK VERNIEL: WE WANT IT TO LOOK LIKE A NICE UNIFIED SPACE, WE WANT IT TO BE HIGH QUALITY TOO. WHEN YOU SHOP AND GO TO A HIGH QUALITY ENVIRONMENT ITS SOMEPLACE THAT YOU WANT TO GO TO YOU WANT TO HANG OUT AT AND HOPEFULLY PEOPLE WILL WANT TO GO DOWN AND SPEND MONEY IN THE SHOPS TOO. :12 )) [RUNS:12]
[OUT Q=the shops too.]))
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You'll start to see work on the downtown's face-lift this summer. They're going to add new benches, brick sidewalks, trees and even new facades to the buildings.
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Shannon, town officials say all three of these projects could really change the look and feel of downtown Blacksburg.

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The fight over last month's election could stop supervisor's meetings in one county.
We'll explain when News 7 returns.
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Plus a historic theater gets a new owner and new hope for renovation.
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The tale of the historic Stonewall Theater in Clifton Forge is about to take a dramatic turn. Richard Lesko has more on efforts designed to get the theater back on center stage.
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(( With a few strokes of the pen, the Town of Clifton Forge became the latest owner of the historic Stonewall Theater. The theater first opened as an Opry House in 1905, was sold several times, ran as a movie house for decades, and lately has been host to live music and plays.
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((SEN. CREIGH DEEDS/(D) WARM SPRINGS ; I CAME TO THIS THEATER WHEN I WAS A KID. MOVIES EVERY SATURDAY. AND THIS IS A BIG PART OF GROWING UP IN THIS AREA. ))
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Appalfolks of America Association had owned the theater since 1990, and did what renovations they could with volunteers and private funds. After 9/11 donations simply dried up.
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((RAY ALLEN/APPALFOLKS OF AMERICA ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT; WE FEEL LIKE AS AN ORGANIZATION THE TOWN IS IN A BETTER POSITION TO GET FUNDING THAT IS NOT AVAILABLE TO A PRIVATELY RUN CORPORATION.))
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((JANE GOLDBERG/APPALFOLKS OF AMERICA ASSOCIATION; SHE JUST NEEDS A LOT OF WORK AND TENDER LOVING CARE, AND WE'VE JUST RUN OUT OF RESOURCES TO DO THIS.))
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((RICHARD LESKO/RLESKO@WDBJ7.COM; GENE AUTRY AND ROY ROGERS ARE JUST A FEW OF THE HOUSEHOLD NAMES THAT HAVE PERFORMED ON THIS STAGE. TOWN OFFICIALS HOPE GRANT AND STATE MONEY WILL HELP THE THEATER FLOURISH AGAIN. ))
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((THOMAS HARRIS/CLIFTON FORGE TOWN MANAGER; FEW PEOPLE UNDERSTAND THAT THIS THEATER IS OLDER THAN THE BARTER THEATER IN ABINGDON. CLINTWOOD RECENTLY HAD A MAJOR RENOVATION DONE AS A PART OF THEIR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN. SO THERE'S SOME HISTORIC PRECEDENCE THAT WOULD LEAD US TO BELIEVE THAT THIS CAN BE A SUCCESSFUL VENTURE.))
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Restoration efforts are expected to begin next year, and town leaders hope that work will get the theater back in the spotlight. Richard Lesko, News 7, Clifton Forge.))

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Roanoke is getting an early Christmas gift.
City officials today unwrapped the Number One fire station after months of renovation.
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The historic landmark got a paint job and other repairs, from the equipment bay to the dormitory to the bell tower.
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Built in 1906, when horses pulled fire wagons, the building may eventually become a museum.
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[Stocks]


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A mixed end to the week on Wall Street. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW gained 30 points... closing higher for the fourth straight day and the fourth straight week.
NASDAQ lost four.
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Roanoke County's newly elected leaders are now official.
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[SUPER=03-Salem;]

Judges of the 23rd Circuit Court presided over the Investiture Ceremony today at the Roanoke County Courthouse. Leaders took oaths to uphold the constitutions of both Virginia and the United States. Constitutional officers Nancy Horn, Kevin Hutchins and Randy Leach started their first terms today, while Gerald Holt took the oath for the fourth time as county sheriff. Holt started his career in 1970 as a Roanoke County corrections officer.
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((GERALD HOLT/ROANOKE COUNTY SHERIFF: I'VE ALWAYS BEEN PROUD OF BEING IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND I'M EVEN MORE PROUD TO SERVE AS THE SHERIFF OF ROANOKE COUNTY AND CONTINUE TO SERVE THE COURTS THAT THE SHERIFF OF ROANOKE COUNTY IS RESPONSIBLE FOR.))
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Supervisor Fuzzy Minnix is retiring this year after serving on the board for 12 years. Michael Wray will fill his vacancy in the Cave Spring District. Judge Robert Doherty said the leaders sworn in today may represent Roanoke County, but their decisions will affect residents across the valley.
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[Bedford-Elections]


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Bedford County is still short one supervisor and one school board member.. and now a three-judge panel has set a date to decide what to do about last month's election.
Supervisor Tony Ware lost by twelve votes and school board candidate Carolyn Dixon lost by eight votes.. but it was discovered that 41 people voted in the wrong precinct.
The winners of the election, Steve Arrington and Betty Earle, agreed not to be sworn in with the rest of the constitutional officers today.
Their attorneys may ask for a court injunction to keep the two boards from meeting next month before the judges hear the case on January 14th.
The judicial panel will decide whether a new election needs to be held.

[Sports Tease]


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Coming up tonight on News 7 Sports - hoops news from UVa and St. John's. The Hokies are all business just days before heading west,
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and Travis Wells takes us back out to Salem as Mt. Union and St. John's wrap up their Stagg Bowl preparations this afternoon.
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The countdown is on to the 31st Stagg Bowl. Travis Wells introduces us to some of the key players in tomorrow's chess match at Salem Stadium.
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((Saint John's receiver Blake Elliott is the Gagliardi Award winner as the best player in D3 football. But the senior could be slowed considerably in his final collegiate game by a sore hamstring.
Blake: John:
If there is a silver lining for the Johnnies, it's the fact that Elliott wasn't even the team's leading receiver in last week's semifinals. That honor went to running back Josh Nelson. Elliott's counterpart for Mount Union is 6 foot 4 inch Randell Knapp who has who has 16 TD receptions of his own this season. Knapp says this Purple Raiders team has found its niche in Mount Union football lore.
Randell: Travis:))

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The Virginia Tech Hokies practiced indoors today at Rector Fieldhouse. It was Tech's second to last workout before leaving for the valley of the Sun.
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It was a spirited workout this afternoon, as the Hokies try to put their late season slide behind them. Tech lost three of its last four games, but the Hokies say they're ready for Phoenix and the Cal Bears.
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The Virginia men's basketball team is on the left coast tonight preparing to meet Loyola-Marymount on the hardwood in a 10pm tipoff. The Cavs are off to a 6 and oh start, but the players are tempering their enthusiasm with a dose of reality after starting off hot the past two years, only to hit the wall in midseason.
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Elsewhere on the hardwood - St. John's boss Mike Jarvis was fired today after the team's 2 and 4 start to the season.

Jarvis won 110 games, lost just 61 and took the Red Storm to three NCAA tournaments, plus won the NIT last year. Still, he is fired and replaced by assistant Kevin Clark.
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[Glenvar-Gifts]


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French students at Glenvar High School are sending holiday wishes overseas.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]

Each year the school's french classes complete a humanitarian project. This year, French Club president Holly Sacra (SOCK-rah) decided they'd drum up donations for Three Angel's Children's Relief. The organization provides food, clothing and housing for abandoned children in Haiti.
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[IN Q=It just really opened our eyes...]

((HOLLY SACRA/STUDENT: IT JUST REALLY OPENED OUR EYES TO A WHOLE NEW WORLD AND MADE US REALLY FORTUNATE THAT WE ARE WHERE WE ARE AND HAVE WHAT WE HAVE.)) [BUTT BUTT BUTT]
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((VANESSA CARPENTER/THREE ANGELS CHILDREN'S RELIEF: THE POVERTY IS OVERWHELMING. WE JUST DON'T HAVE THE NORMAL BASIC NECESSITIES THAT WE HAVE HERE. AND SO, THROUGH THE GENEROUS DONATIONS THAT WE GET I'M ABLE TO HELP MORE CHILDREN.))
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The drive raised everything from peanut butter to stuffed animals to school supplies. Carpenter says she was overwhelmed by the students' generosity.
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