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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
Mostly cloudy today-- a flood watch goes into effect tonight as we begin seeing some rain from Jeanne.
Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner has details, coming up next in the forecast.





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Police in Roanoke are investigating a shooting that happened yesterday.
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It occurred around one-thirty in the two-thousand block of Gandy Drive near Washington Park. Police say one man was shot, and then was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Police have not released the victim's name or condition. They say the investigation is continuing.
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US Airways and at least one union have tentatively agreed on a new contract.
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Details of the agreement are being withheld until the union can present the contract to the flight crew training instructors. The carrier is seeking 23 percent pay cuts from all its union workers -- that's according to union leaders who received the request. Union officials say the cuts are difficult to take, but are needed to preserve the ailing airline. US Airways filed for bankruptcy protection earlier this month --the second time in two years.
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After waiting nearly 50-years for a library -- Craig County officials are involved in another kind of waiting game.
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Even though there are people using the services and books on the shelves - things haven't been running as smoothly as the Craig County Friends of the Library would have hoped.
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((PATTY DAY, CRAIG CO. FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: I GUESS OUR EXPECTATIONS ARE SINCE WE DID SET UP A COMMUNITY SERVICE AND HAVE SET UP THE LIBRARY TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY OF CRAIG AND INTERNET ACCESS FOR THE COMMUNITY.. THAT THE COUNTY WOULD CONTRIBUTE.))
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Library officials say the county is holding out on them. State and federal funds specifically earmarked for library purposes have yet to make it into their hands. Craig County Administrator Larry Moore says Friends of the Library need to wait, and that offcicials are still trying to figure out where the money is coming from. Those issues are still a few weeks from being completely worked out.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
Rain is likely-- especially later in the day-- as we see some of the remnants from Jeanne.
Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner has the seven day outlook, straight ahead.

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Viewers of WDBJ rarely saw John Harkrader on the air -- but no one was more influential in the development of the television station.
Harkrader -- WDBJ's former president and general manager -- died yesterday morning at the age of 88.
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Born and raised in Wytheville, Harkrader received a scholarship to Roanoke College, an opportunity he described as his "window to the world."
He went to work for WDBJ radio in 1938 as a part time announcer and salesman, and led the television station through many milestones, including the construction of a new building on Colonial Avenue, the introduction of color tv and the sale of the station to new owners.
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((OVER THAT SPAN FROM 1938 UNTIL 1981. IT WAS CHANGE CHANGE CHANGE AND OUR PHILOSOPHY WAS SERVE, SERVE, SERVE TO THE VERY BEST OF OUR ABILITY... THOSE VIEWERS OUT THERE TO TOUCH THEM AS INDIVIDUALLY AND EFFECTIVELY AS WE POSSIBLY COULD BY BEING USEFUL TO THEM AND IT PAID OFF.))
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John Harkrader's family will receive friends on Tuesday at Oakey's South Chapel on Brambleton Avenue. The funeral will be held at Oakeys on *Wednesday* at one-o'clock.
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Roanoke's Affair in the Square is only a few days away now. For more than 20-years, Center in the Square has hosted the event which raises money to help subsidize arts in the Roanoke Valley.
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((SUSAN MARTIN/CENTER IN THE SQUARE: CENTER IN THE SQUARE PROVIDES A FREE HOME TO THE ARTS AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE VALLEY - LIVE THEATRE, OPERA, BALLET. IN DOING SO, WE HAVE TO PROVIDE THE FUNDS IN ORDER TO KEEP THE BUILDING OPERATIONAL, AS WELL AS PROVIDE THEM WITH DAILY SERVICES WHICH IS HOUSEKEEPIGN, MAINTENANCE AND SECURITY.))
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[TAKE AFFAIR IN SQUARE FS E638] Affair in the Square is Saturday, October 2nd from eight o'clock until midnight. The cost is 55-dollars per ticket. You can get your tickets at the Mill Mountain Theatre Box Office, Ginger's Jewelry or Davidsons.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
Clouds today, but rain is likely by later this afternoon and tonight.
Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner has the full forecast, right after the news.





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Roanoke City Police are investigating a shooting from yesterday afternoon.
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It happened around one-thirty in the two-thousand block of Gandy Drive near Washington Park. Police say one man was shot, and then was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Police have not released the victim's name or condition. They say the investigation is continuing.
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State election officials are expecting a high voter turnout in November. More than 200 thousand extra voter registration forms have been sent to local registrars. That's because more than 40 thousand new voters have registered since July -- and officials expect the number to be even higher by next month. Election day is November second.
Prospective voters have until 5 p-m on October fourth to register.

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U-S Airways and the union representing some flight-crew training instructors -- have *tentatively* agreed on a new contract.
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Details of the agreement are being withheld until the union can present the contract to its workers. The carrier is seeking 23 percent pay cuts from all its union workers -- that's according to union leaders who received the request. Union officials say the cuts are difficult to take, but are needed to preserve the ailing airline. US Airways filed for bankruptcy protection earlier this month --the second time in two years.
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After waiting nearly 50-years for a library -- Craig County officials are involved in another kind of waiting game.
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Even though there are people using the services and books on the shelves - things haven't been running as smoothly as the Craig County Friends of the Library would have hoped.
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[IN Q=I GUESS OUR EXPECTATIONS ]

((PATTY DAY, CRAIG CO. FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: I GUESS OUR EXPECTATIONS ARE SINCE WE DID SET UP A COMMUNITY SERVICE AND HAVE SET UP THE LIBRARY TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY OF CRAIG AND INTERNET ACCESS FOR THE COMMUNITY.. THAT THE COUNTY WOULD CONTRIBUTE.))
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Library officials say the county is holding out on them.
State and federal funds specifically earmarked for library purposes have yet to make it into their hands. Craig County Administrator Larry Moore says Friends of the Library need to wait, and that offcicials are still trying to figure out where the money is coming from. (------------) Those issues are still a few weeks from being completely worked out.