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Coming up on News 7-
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Victory Stadium back on the table... but why one committee is looking at it's past before its future. The latest on the Dan Rather .. Bush document story- and where you can see tonight's 60 minutes segment. Plus neighbors say they have a smelly problem on their hands...
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It's just a matter of time now before Hurricane Ivan hits landfall near Mobile, Alabama. The waves show it's power.
Already a tornado has touched down in Panama City.. killing two people, knocking out power and ripping down trees and roofs.
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((WE EXPECT THIS TO BE THE BEGINNING OF WHAT WILL BE A LONG NIGHT.))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
A long, long night ahead for people along the Gulf coast.
Forecasters say Ivan is on a path that will bring it ashore in the early morning. [WEATHER PRO]
Ivan is expected to hit at the Alabama- Mississippi Line near Mobile, Alabama.
Ivan has winds of 135 miles an hour.. and it could produce a storm surge of ten to 16 feet and up to 15 inches of rain.
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Jennifer Millers joins us live from Mobile Alabama tonight with the latest.
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((IT IS A RESTLESS NIGHT ALL ALONG THE GULF COAST, AS HURRICANE IVAN ROLLS IN. EVEN THOUGH THE EYE OF THE STORM HAS NOT YET MADE LANDFALL -- WITH EACH PASSING HOUR, THE WINDS GROW STRONGER, THE WAVES CREST HIGHER AND TENSIONS MOUNT. IN MOBILE ALABAMA THE ALEXANDER FAMILY MOVED INTO A HOTEL ROOM BECAUSE THEY'RE AFRAID TREES WILL COLLAPSE ONTO THEIR HOME.

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BUT EVEN THEIR HOTEL HAS BEEN TAKING POWER HITS.
ELSEWHERE RESIDENTS HOPE THEIR BOARDED UP HOMES ... AND TIED DOWN BOATS SURVIVE...
A COUNTY-WIDE CURFEW IS IN EFFECT IN MOBILE ... BUT MANY STAYED OUT AS LATE AS POSSIBLE PREPARING FOR IVAN.
PRESTON GRIFFITH, GAS STATION OWNER: "I have 5 children, two little babies that need me at home right now, and I haven't been able to get there yet." INTERSTATE-65 TURNED INTO A ONE-WAY STREET NORTHBOUND AS ALABAMANS HEADED FOR HIGHER GROUND -- THOUSANDS OF THEM CROWDED INTO SHELTERS. We're just praying that we can go back somewhere tomorrow and we'll have someplace to go. JENNIFER MILLER/CBS NEWS: FOLKS HERE ARE EXTREMELY CONCERNED BECAUSE ALABAMA'S COAST IS ALMOST IN THE DEAD CENTER OF IVAN'S PATH. THE STORM IS BRINGING WITH IT POWERFUL WINDS, UP TO 15 INCHES OF RAIN, AND A STORM SURGE THAT COULD DEVASTATE THIS AREA. BRIAN NORCROSS/METEOROLOGIST: "This is going to be a high tide hurricane, with very very high water ... perhaps 10 to 15 feet with waves on top of that."
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THAT COULD SPELL BAD NEWS ACROSS THE GULF COAST -- ESPECIALLY IN NEW ORLEANS. THAT CITY SITS BELOW SEA LEVEL.
RESIDENTS FROM GRAND ISLE, LOUISIANA TO APALACHICOLA, FLORIDA ARE HUNKERING DOWN FOR THE LONG HAUL. THE SLOW-MOVING STORM COULD POUND THE COASTLINE FOR NEARLY 20 HOURS BEFORE IT'S ALL OVER. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, MOBILE, ALABAMA.))
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Tropical Storm Jeanne is causing trouble-
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two people are dead in Puerto Rico from the storm.
Jeanne slammed into the U-S territory, flooding neighborhoods, knocking out power and leaving tens of thousands without water.
The storm is now on a course for the Dominican Republic and could reach the U-S as a hurricane by Sunday or Monday.

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And you can find flooding well north of the tropics.
A huge rainstorm caused flash flooding today in southern Minnesota.
Austin, Minnesota got about eight inches of rain in a six-hour period.

Police were forced to close several major roads including a two mile stretch of Interstate 90. Water in some areas was waist-deep. Schools around the area were closed for the day.
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Before they can decide whether Roanoke should renovate Victory Stadium, members of a new committee must dig into its past.
Today, they discovered that will be more difficult than they first thought.
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Joe Dashiell attended the meeting and is here with the highlights. Joe, Where is this study heading?
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Jean, this was just the third meeting of the group, and members are just beginning to gather information. Today they were surprised by the number of studies that have been done on Victory Stadium, and the fact they haven't seen some of them.
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((JACK PARROTT/STADIUM COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN: WE FOUND OUT A WHOLE LOT TODAY THAT WE DIDN'T KNOW. WE HEARD ABOUT REPORTS WE DIDN'T EVEN KNOW EXISTED.))
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Chairman Jack Parrott said he was disappointed the committee hadn't seen all of the studies earlier... but glad they will be available as members get down to work. [NAT SOUND OF ENGINEER 01:44:29]
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((OPTION THREE THEY RETAINED THE WEST STANDS, DEMOLISHED THE EAST STANDS.))
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Since 1996, the city and its consultants have conducted at least six studies of Victory Stadium and reviewed even more options... from full renovation of the existing facility, to construction of a new stadium on a different site, and several schemes in between.
Committee members say they want to hear it all.
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((I THINK WE HAVE A LOT MORE HOMEWORK. THAT'S WHAT I COME AWAY FROM THIS MEETING THAT THERE ARE ANY NUMBER OF STUDIES AND OPTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN LOOKED AT. AND I THINK SORTING THROUGH THOSE IS GOING TO BE A BIG EFFORT. AND WE'LL SORT OF SEE WHAT'S IN THERE. BACK TO THE BOOKS.))
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And the research doesn't end there. The committee wants to know more about the city's parks and recreation plan, and the needs of Eventzone.
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Jean the committee will be meeting every two weeks, and members hope to have a report on the stadium's structural integrity by the end of the year.

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When Oprah Winfrey gave out brand new cars to her audience Monday -- it turns out a former Roanoke family got two of them.
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For the Thomases, it was a dream come true. They have sacrificed many luxuries to provide the best therapy for their son Noah, who has autism. They recently moved to Wisconsin to get more state support for his care.
News 7 talked with Becky Thomas by phone today about the Oprah experience.
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((I WROTE IN ABOUT MY HUSBANDS CAR WHICH IS VERY VERY OLD AND NEED TO BE REPLACED AND ALSO WROTE IN ABOUT THEM DOING A SHOW ON AUTISM WHICH IS WHY MY HUSBAND HAS OLD CAR BECAUSE WE SPEND ALL OUR MONEY ON OUR SON WHO HAS AUTISM))
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But just like the rest of the audience, the Thomases say they were totally surprised when Oprah revealed everyone would be getting a brand new Pontiac.
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((I HUGGED HER AND SAID THANK YOU. I DIDN'T GET TO CHAT WITH HER. SHE WAS JUST WONDERFUL. THE WHOLE ATMOSPHERE IN THE STUDIO IT WAS WONDERFUL IT WAS JUST HARD TO EXPLAIN. IT WAS ELECTRIC))
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The Thomases have until February to order their cars. They say they might end up selling one of them to have more money for Noah.

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60 Minutes stands by its story on the controversial documents. The latest is just ahead.
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And later, we're down on the farm, where Roanoke County tells a farmer he has to move his animals out.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, Ivan blows up the Friday football schedule for the area, Duke's Ted Roof recalls his last trip to Lane Stadium, and Steve Mason tunes up with the UVA marching band. Plus, hockey's locked out and Cruz Pedregon visits Salem. All that and more on the way in sports.))

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CBS News is standing by the authenticity of the controversial documents it presented last week, documents claiming George Bush used connections to "sugar coat" his record in the Texas Air National Guard.
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In a follow-up report tonight, 60 minutes presented an interview with the woman who was secretary to Lieutenant Colonel Jerry Killian. She does not think the documents are authentic, but says what's in them reflects the truth.
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CBS also presented letters from two document examiners which the program says attests to their authenticity. Many other news organizations have presented evidence that the documents are fakes, and many critics contend CBS overlooked warning signs and ignored news standards when it put them on the air.
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Because of previously-arranged programming commitments, WDBJ did not show this week's 60 Minutes. We do not know yet whether this station will show the program at a later time, but anyone with computer connections can see the entire segment by going online to CBS News-dot-com, then clicking "Wednesday 60 Minutes".

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Martha Stewart says she wants to go to jail as soon as possible and NOT wait for her appeal to run its course.
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Stewart addressed family, employees and attorneys at her corporate headquarters in New York today, where she said it was time to put the nightmare behind her.
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((MARTHA STEWART/THE ONLY WAY TO RECLAIM MY LIFE AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL THOSE RELATED TO ME WITH CERTAINTY NOW IS TO SERVE MY SENTENCE, SURRENDER TO THE AUTHORITIES, SO THAT I CAN QUICKLY RETURN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO THE LIFE AND THE WORK THAT I LOVE.))
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Stewart has asked to serve her five-month sentence at Federal prison in Danbury, Connecticut, where she would share a dorm room with at least a dozen other inmates. Her prison time will be followed by five more months of house arrest.
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Back in Virginia, a second person has been charged in connection with a fatal shooting last May in Radford.
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21- year old Roy Omar Hodge turned himself in this morning. He's been indicted on ten charges including first degree murder. Police say Hodge and 18 year old Aamir Darren Lewis Brown broke into an apartment in Radford to steal drugs. In the process, Forrest Hart was shot in the back and 25 year old Brian Keith Gray was shot and killed. Police believe Brown pulled the trigger and Hodge was an accessory to murder. Both are being held without bond at the NRV jail.
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Suspended Virginia Tech Running back Mike Imoh got the same deal as two other football players today, for giving alcohol to teenage girls.
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Imoh pled no contest to one count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Imoh maintained his innocence, but agreed to the same deal as quarterback Marcus Vick and wide receiver Brenden Hill.

He received probation a 100 dollar fine and 24 hours of community service.
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A top safety official wonders if cell phones are really all that dangerous on the road. That story is still ahead.

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Plus, first Buckingham Palace, now the House of Commons. Another security breach means red faces in London.
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A Roanoke County man may face nuisance charges after neighbors says his small farm is causing them big headaches.
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Tracy Corteville (court-eh-ville) has lived at this farm off of Ivyland Road for more than 20-years. On his approximately one-acre property there are pigs, cows, goats- and about 75-chickens. Neighbors have complained the smell from the farm is unbearable and this summer they couldn't even sit outside their homes.
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((MIKE ALTIZER/ROANOKE CO. SUPERVISOR: I JUST FEEL SOMETHING'S WRONG WHEN PEOPLE CAN'T HAVE FREE ENJOYMENT OF THEIR PROPERTY. PROPERTY RIGHTS ARE IMPORTANT TO ME, BUT WHEN PROPERTY RIGHTS BECOME A NUISANCE TO THE PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY, THAT'S WHERE WE ARE NOW.))
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Altizer says the Roanoke County Attorney will be filing a nuisance violation against Corteville in Circuit Court. Corteville says he's trying to sell his home and take his animals to a larger farm in Franklin County.
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An elderly woman lost her life this morning when she pulled in front of a truck.
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State police say 82-year-old Mary J. Brown of Prospect was trying to cross the westbound lanes of Route 460 in Appomattox County when the truck broadsided her car.
Brown was airlifted and later died at Lynchburg General Hospital.
Authorities say the truck driver could not stop in time, and "no" charges will be filed.
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A top federal safety official says she's not convinced that cell phones are any more a driving distraction that eating or fiddling with the radio. Ellen Connors is head of the National Transporation Safety Board. She says public education, rather than legislation, may be the best way to get drivers to put down cell phones. Conners says there are NO definitive studies yet showing cell phone use is more dangerous than other motorist activities.



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Coming up, we'll rundown all the changes to the high school football schedule, Steve Mason gets in step with the UVA marching band, and the NHL prepares for a lockout, but first our extra point,
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The Ryder Cup gets underway Friday at Oakland Hills, and today Tiger Woods and the rest of the Americans hit the range before posing for pictures on media day just outside Detroit. The Europeans have wond 6 of the last nine Cups, but the Yanks are once again prohibitive favorites.
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The threat of Hurricane Ivan has forced several schools in the area to rethink their football schedules for this week, and several have decided to play tomorrow night. [TAKE BOARDS/Schooltouch]
Appomattox and Brookville will play tomorrow night at 7-30 at Brookville.
Buffalo Gap and Parry McCluer will get together at the same time in Buena Vista.
Eastern Montgomery and Craig County will hook up in a Thursday kickoff at 7pm and Giles and Narrows have decided to play next Friday when both teams have open dates.
Glenvar and Staunton River will go tomorrow at 7 o'clock, Gretna and Tunstall at 7-30.
And Jefferson Forest will tangle with EC Glass Thursday, 7 o'clock at City Stadium.
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Ferrum has also moved its Saturday football game with Chowan to Friday morning at 11am. That will allow the traveling party from Chowan to make the five hour trip back to Murfreesboro, North Carolina a little earlier and hopefully safer.

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There is rain in the forecast for Blacksburg on Saturday, so for Duke Coach Ted Roof, it won't be that much different than his last trip to Lane Stadium, for the 2000 BCA Classic.
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The UVA football team is ranked 12th in the country after doing the victory march twice this season. The Hoos have also gotten in step with their classmates in the brand new marching band. Steve Mason explains from Charlottesville.

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The NHL will lock out its players at midnight, starting a work stoppage that could threaten the entire 2004-2005 season. The players have repeatedly resisted a salary cap. The 30 teams had been set to open training camp today.
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Five time ARCA champ Frank Kimmel and Cruz Pedregon, the driver of the Advance Auto Parts NHRA Funny Car were on hand at Thunder Valley in Salem tonight to sign autographs for fans and turn a few laps in the go carts.
It was all in the name of Juvenile Diabetes Research.
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Yet another breach of security in London..
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this time at the House of Commons where lawmakers were preparing to vote to ban fox hunting.
Protestors who want the right to fox hunt stormed in when lawmakers were preparing to vote on the ban.
Supporters of the ban say fox hunting is inhumane and out of sync with European standards for the treatment of animals.
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