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Coming up on News 7-
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Governor Mark Warner announces who HE will back for President. The people have spoken, now Roanoke's chosen ones speak more on their campaign. And highlights from music's biggest night on television.
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Plus warmer temperatures for the start your work week. News 7 is next.

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After yesterday's LOCAL democratic primaries, all of the candidates for Roanoke Mayor are now primed for the May election.
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

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With the Democratic candidate now in place, mayoral candidates are beginning their journey to the General Election. Jennifer Wishon has more on the candidates and the issues defining the race.
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(( Roanoke City's general election is roughly three months away, but mayoral candidates are already mapping out their game plans. Vice Mayor Nelson Harris walked away with the Democratic nomination Saturday. He's now focused on the general election and hopes to win voters over with his approach to leadership.
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((NELSON HARRIS: I'M HOPING TO BRING A VERY DIFFERENT TONE, VERY DIFFERENT STYLE OF LEADERSHIP TO THE OFFICE OF MAYOR, OF COURSE I'VE BEEN ON COUNCIL FOR EIGHT YEARS AND SO I FEEL LIKE I KNOW HOW COUNCIL CAN WORK AND WORK BEST AND SO I'M GOING TO BE DRAWING FROM THAT EXPERIENCE AS WELL.))
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A number of controversial issues will play a major role in each candidates campaign. Over the past year an activist group formed to protect and rennovate Victory Stadium- while city council was starting to build a new stadium- amphitheater. City residents banded together to fight the proposal of a methadone clinic and questions surfaced about the safety of city schools. That's when Republican nominee Alice Hincker stepped into the public eye.
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((ALICE HINCKER: I WAS REALLY DISPPOINTED AT THE TIME THAT WE AS CITIZENS WERE CONTACTING CITY COUNCIL AND THE SCHOOL BOARD TOO, BUT CONTACTING COUNCIL, SENDING EMAILS, SENDING LETTERS, PHONE CALLS AND HOW LITTLE ACKNOWLEDMENT WE GOT, HOW LITTLE RESPONSE WE GOT.))
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Hincker believes some of the issues facing Roanoke wouldn't be around if city council had been doing it's job all along. ((QUICK NATS OF MAC TALKING DURING FILE COUNCIL MEETING.)) Former Council Member Mac McCadden plans to formally announce his plans to run for mayor this week. The Independent says he'll address current problems facing the city, but also hopes to focus on long term issues that will help make Roanoke a secure place for the future.
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((MAC MCCADDEN: NOBODY'S DISCUSSING WHY OUR CENSUS HAS DECLINED THAT PAST TWO DECADES. NOBODY'S DISCUSSED WHY, NOBODY'S DISCUSSED A WAY TO MOVE OUR CITY FORWARD. NOBODY'S DISCUSSED HOW WE CAN KEEP OUR CHILDREN HERE AND HOW WE CAN TRAIN PEOPLE TO GO RIGHT INTO THE JOB MARKET AND BRING BUSINESSES HERE.))
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The general election is set for May 4th. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke.))

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Virginia State Police are investigating a wreck in Giles County that sent one woman to the hospital. Police say the woman was driving West on Route 460 when she ran off the road and hit a rock wall around 9 o'clock. She was flown to Roanoke Memorial Hospital with unspecified injuries. Police say they believe that she WAS wearing her seatbelt, and are investigating whether alcohol was involved.





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The family of man who died after being shot in the head say they want justice.
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41-year-old Frederick Mumford was taken off life-support this afternoon.
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Police responded to a call in the 500 block of Mountain Avenue, Tuesday night just after ten. 23-year-old Abdishakur (ab-DIH-shuh-koor) Hassan of Roanoke is charged with malicious wounding, and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony. But Mumford's family says it wants the charges to be changed to murder.
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((PAUL MUMFORD/BROTHER: ME AND MY FAMILY IS GRIEVING REAL BAD, AND HE SITTING IN JAIL, PROBABLY LAUGHING IT UP RIGHT NOW. AND BRAGGING, LIKE I SAID I THINK HE SHOULD GET CAPITAL PUNISHMENT, HE SHOULDN'T HAVE NO FREEDOM AT ALL))
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Police will confer with the Commonwealth's Attorney to decide how the case against Hassan will proceed. Hassan is being held at the Roanoke City Jail without bond.
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We now know who Governor Mark Warner will be voting for during Tuesday's Democratic primary.
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Warner announced this morning that he is throwing his support to Massachusetts Senator John Kerry.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: I'M VERY PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT I WILL BE VOTING FOR SENATOR JOHN KERRY IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ON TUESDAY, AND I'M HERE TO ENDORSE HIS CAMPAIGN TO TAKE BACK THE WHITE HOUSE.))
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Warner praised Kerry for his record of military service and his defense of programs for education and the needy.
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Senator John Kerry will be in Roanoke tomorrow morning, to meet with local emergency personnel. He will be at the downtown firestation at 11:30. His wife will also be campaigning in the Martinsville area tomorrow. She will make an appearance with party supporters at the Dutch Inn at 4:30. Also, Congressman Dennis Kucinich will be campaigning at Virginia Tech tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in Squires Student Center.

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John Kerry has another state to add to the win column... he won Maine's caucus tonight. But since Virginia's Democratic primary was moved up this year, the Commonwealth is playing a bigger role that it's used to in national politics. With two of the candidates running as southerners, Virginia is an important state for them to win. Joie Chen has more on what Tuesday's primary could mean for the race for the White House.
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(((VO)(edwards comes in mobbed by eager voters)
IT WAS A LAST, BEST CHANCE TO REACH KEY VOTERS. JUST AHEAD OF TUESDAY'S PRIMARIES... LARGE BLOCKS OF VOTERS HERE REMAIN UNDECIDED.

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i haven't known who i would support but i never thought that when it came to virginia it would be important

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BUT IT IS. VIRGINIA MOVED UP ON THE DEMOCRATS' PRIMARY CALENDAR THIS YEAR... MAKING SATURDAY NIGHT'S ANNUAL PARTY FUNDRAISER CRITICAL-- ESPECIALLY FOR TWO CANDIDATES.

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if the voters in old dominion give me a chance i'll take back the presidency for this democratic party.

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the south is not george bush's backyard it is my backyard and we will beat george bush in my backyard.

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TUESDAY COULD BE A MAKE OR BREAK DAY FOR JOHN EDWARDS AND WESLEY CLARK. BOTH RUNNING AS SONS OF THE SOUTH... EACH NEEDS A PRIMARY VICTORY HERE... OR IN NEIGHBORING TENNESSEE... TO SLOW THE KERRY JUGGERNAUT.

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ultimately, what we are talking about on tuesday is an elimination round

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JOHN KERRY IS EXPECTED TO WIN NORTHERN VIRGINIA.
BUT CLARK AND EDWARDS ARE HOPING FOR SUCCESS IN THE SOUTH... WHERE CONFEDERATE GENERALS STILL HOLD PLACES OF HONOR.

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the civil war is NOT over in virginia

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RON WALTERS HELPED ENGINEER JESSE JACKSON'S 19-88 PRIMARY VICTORY HERE. HE SAYS AFRICAN AMERICANS-- WHO COULD MAKE UP 40 PERCENT OF THE VOTE-- ARE THE WILD CARD

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i don't feel any of the candidates represent my community and the things i am about.

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A KEY ISSUE REMAINS ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY.

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for people who are suffering double digit unemployment you can't talk about gay marriage you have to talk about how to create jobs.

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WHOEVER WINS TUESDAY'S VOTE STILL FACES AN UPHILL BATTLE IN THIS STATE. THE LAST TIME VIRGINIANS CHOSE A DEMOCRAT IN A PRESIDENTIAL RACE IT WAS LYNDON JOHNSON-- FORTY YEARS AGO.
JC CBS NEWS RICHMOND VIRGINIA.))


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Still to come on the newscast, the exposure of the Super Bowl halftime show irks many viewers. We'll hear a few of their letters.
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and after weeks of weather-cancelled blood drives, the National Guard is helping out by fighting the shortage.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports office. Coming up later, Ford finds the fast lane at Daytona in qualifying for the Great American Race. It was Hall of Fame day in Salem, and Duke makes short work of Clemson on Tobacco Road. Plus, the stars come out for both the NFL and the National Hockey League. All that and more on the way in sports.))[WMD-Blix]

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Former Chief Weapons Inspector Hans Blix is once again speaking about the war in Iraq.
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This time he is accusing both President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair of putting their own spin on intelligence about weapons in Iraq.
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((HANS BLIX/FORMER UN CHIEF WEAPONS INSPECTOR--THE INTENTION WAS TO DRAMITIZE IT JUST AS SOME VENDORS TRY TO INCREASE AND EXAGERATE WHAT THEY HAVE))
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Blix also says the intelligence community relied on bad information. He did admit however that weapons may eventually be found. Hans Blix was responsible for overseeing the search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. His comments come just one month before the release of a book he wrote about his experiences in Iraq.
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At times, the News-7 mailbag just doesn't have much in it.
But assignment editor Joe McKean found that for this week's Feedback, the problem was what to leave out.
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((Comments about the Super Bowl halftime incident that exposed Janet Jackson's chest piled up faster in our viewer mail than the Patriots or Panthers could put up points.
Most thought it wasn't just Janet Jackson's costume that had malfunctioned.
"At a time when we could use a little more stability in our lives, we have a halftime show that is to say the least disgusting and in very poor taste...Shame on CBS for letting such smut be aired," noted two Roanoke viewers. (Billy and Brenda Belcher).
Another Roanoke viewer (Jeffery Warren Scott) said the late Captain Kangaroo must be spinning in his grave.
"TV used to be a mannerly, family-friendly guest in the family room. That guest has long since lost his discretion and moral compass. Now he wants to introduce your children to the language of the gutter, the images of the peep show and the morals of the depraved. We miss you Captain, and those of your generation who had a different view of what television could and should be."
A Pulaski mother (Michele Lawton)said the show brought several questions from her children.
"For example: "Is it against the law to be naked on TV?" "Did they plan to take her clothes off when they were dancing?" "Is that why Dad always watches the Super Bowl?" They do not remember the score, or that it was one of the greatest Super Bowl games in history...My wish is for the Super Bowl to be an event the whole family enjoys together. Our children need to be able to watch the best of all players compete in this sporting event and not have the focus of the event changed at halftime to an entirely different theme."
A Moneta viewer (Dan Trent) had a slightly different perspective.
"I don't see where anyone would be any more upset about this than a totally nude man running around on Survivor each week. It seems to be people are just trying to make a big deal over what she did because it was not expected."
Almost as many people were upset about our coverage of an official hearing on a complaint against Franklin County veterinarian Richard Flint.
"His complex is the most beautiful piece of architecture that I've seen. This man, and the people that work there, truly have the animals' best interest at heart. Dr. Flint is a good man and a good doctor. I will never understand why people always want to tear down what people work so hard to build," said one viewer (Amanda Scott/Franklin County).
Another (Jerry Loutian/Wirtz) noted: "People who know Dr. Flint know how deeply he cares for animals. Your attempt to smear his reputation will do nothing except lose WDBJ7 viewers."
But amid the roar of criticism came one still, small voice of praise for our web page (Kelley Yates/Martinsville)
"I always know I can depend on this web site for school closings and delays. It is so nice to be able to just open your site, take a quick look and know whether or not I have to wake everyone up."
Joe McKean, News-7.))


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Changing temperatures are being blamed for a number of water main breaks across the City of Roanoke today.
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City Utility Crews were dispatched to a number of locations. 31st Street between Melrose Avenue and the Salem Turnpike was closed for about four hours while crews dug up a broken pipe. Water in that area has been restored, but crews are still working in other locations. Officials say NO ONE is without water, but pressure was low in many places.
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Up ahead on the newscast, we'll have a wrap up tonight's Grammy awards.
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and it's been decades since they were used, but the largest steam locomotive ever built is back on track for its farewell run.
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The National Guard in Lexington rolled up it's sleeves today for a good cause.
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Kerry Kothbauer's (KOTH-Bower) son, Josh, was diagnosed with acute leukemia in December. So far he's received ten units of blood along with platelets. Today a blood drive was held in his honor. Virginia Blood Services report blood supplies in Central Virginia are dangerously low. There's currently less than a one-day-supply of blood, and platelets are at risk of being depleted. Officials say winter weather has kept donors away and encourage anyone who's able to donate.
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Music's biggest stars shined bright tonight in Los Angeles for the 46th annual Grammy awards.
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The show started with a soulful bang, with a duet between Prince and Beyonce' Knowles. Beyonce' was one of the night's biggest winners, taking home five Grammys, including best R-and-B album. Other big winners were pop band No Doubt, Outkast, and Justin Timberlake. The awards were aired on a five minute tape delay to avoid any offensive behavior.
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Coming up, the blue oval rules qualifying at Daytona, baseball Hall of Fame notes from Salem, and ACC hoops from Cameron, but first tonight's extra point,
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Vijay Singh captured his 3rd PGA victory in his last nine outings by winning the Pebble Beach Pro Am today by 3 shots over Jeff Maggert. Singh finished at 16 under after closing with a 3-under par 69.
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The 13th annual Salem-Roanoke baseball hall of fame "Hot Stove" banquet took place tonight at the Salem Civic Center. Mike Stevens has more on the class of inductees and this year's guest speaker.
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(( The airline that brought Bob Boone to the star city lost his luggage, but not his sense of humor. The keynote speaker for this year's event managed in the big leagues for 6 years - after playing in the majors for 19 seasons. Two of those seasons he played right along side Pete Rose. ((BOB BOONE:)) This year's four member class of inductees includes former Roanoke Times reporter Bob Teitlebaum - who covered the Avalanche for 17 seasons, and also has served as the club's official scorer. ((BOB TEITLEBAUM:)) Joining Teitlebaum in this year induction class is Tom Berry - a longtime player and coach in the area, and Buck Fielder one of the valley's most recognizable umpires. This year the hall of fame has also established a new Community service award in honor of the late Wayne La Pierre, Sr. ((POSEY OYLER:)) ((MIKE STANDUP: This year community service recipient is 93 year old Tony Hehn. In fact, the only honoree not to to make to the induction ceremony was Rocky Bridges, the colorful Buccaneer skipper in 1989 - who managed among others Moises Alou on his way up - couldn't make it in from his home in Idaho.)) Mike Stevens News 7 Sports.))


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To the track, where the front row for the 46th running of the Daytona 500 was set today in qualifying. On the heels of Dale Jarrett's win in the Budweiser Shootout, Ford was again strong today during time trials.
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Winds upwards of 20-25 miles an hour were a hindrance this afternoon at the 2 and a half mile tri-oval.
Emporia's Elliott Sadler set the early pace laying down a lap at 188.35 miles per hour in the M&M's machine for Robert Yates Racing.
But Biffle, the defending Pepsi 400 champ, bested Sadler by just 8 thousandths of a second to claim the pole for next Sunday's Great American Race.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. just missed the front row and will determine his starting spot in Thursday's qualifying race.
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On the ACC hardwood tonight, top ranked Duke overcame a slow start to whip Clemson.
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JJ Redick scored 23 points on 6 of 13 shooting for the Dukies who led the Tigers by just 9 at the break, but blew things open in the final 20 minutes.
Luol Deng matched a career high with 22 points of his own as the Blue Devils smoked Clemson 81 to 55,
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staying perfect in conference play.
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The NFL capped its season with the annual trip to Honolulu for the Pro Bowl tonight. Peyton Manning showed why he's arguably the best signal caller in the league.
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Manning tossed three touchdown passes for the AFC including this 50 yarder to his homeboy Marvin Harrison. Not a whole lot of defense in the Pro Bowl, but there never really is.
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Manning also found Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez on a his second of three TD hookups as the AFC led it big. But the NFC rallied to win it 55 to 52. Mike Vanderjagt missed a potential game tying field goal from 51 yards out.
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The 54th NHL All Star party was held today in Saint Paul, Minnesota and the Eastern Conference stars got the bette

r of their counterparts from the West.
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Colorado's Joe Sakic tallied a hat trick for the West squad taking MVP honors but the East got 4 second period goals to take a 5-3 lead.
The Senators Daniel Alfredson put two goals between the pipes for the Eastern Conference and also had an assist as the East won it 6 to 4.
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The world's largest steam locomotive was back in action this weekend, rolling through the west.
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The Challenger of the Union Pacific Railroad was brought back to running order in the early 80's after being retired for 20 years. A team of 45 restored the Challenger so it could make a nostalgic one month voyage across nine states. (------------) The million pound engine was built in the 40's when diesel engines were restricted to trucks and submarines.