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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom. We have another mostly cloudy day ahead, with drizzle coming down from time to time. Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has your full forecast details coming up.




[7-11Knight-Celotex]


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Danville wants the city's newest big employer to feel welcome.
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Last week, Knight-Celotex announced it would re-open the old Masonite Plant and create 145 jobs over the next year.

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Last night, city council renamed the street Knight Celotex Way.
Members also presented the company with a fifty thousand dollar check.
The money will be used to train workers.
Knight Celotex makes environmentally-friendly insulation and fiberboard products.
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[7-11Henry-Fatal]


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Two Henry County teenagers are dead after a head-on collision in Collinsville.
State police say both victims were in a pickup truck on Route 220 business yesterday afternoon, when it crossed the center line into an oncoming jeep. Troopers say 19 year Joseph Aaron Schelling of Bassett was at the wheel.
He was killed, along with his passenger, 18 year old Jeremy Randall Adams of Collinsville.
Investigators say neither teen was wearing a seat belt. The other driver's injuries do not appear to be life-threatening.

[7-6Flu-Shots]


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More flu vaccine is on its way to Virginia. The state health department hopes to know this week how much Virginia will get --and when it will get here.
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Some seniors aren't taking any chances --they were willing to wait in line for hours yesterday just to get the shot.

Lewis-Gale Clinic held its first of six, mass vaccination clinics.
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((REPORTER: WHY DO YOU THINK PEOPLE ARE STILL PANICKING OVER THIS? ANN PECK/PATIENT; I DON'T KNOW LOOKS LIKE IF ANYTHING IS IN SHORT SUPPLY YOU WANT IT RIGHT NOW AFRAID YOU MIGHT NOT GET IT))
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All six planned clinics are only for Lewis-Gale clinic patients 65 and older.
Officials say they have enough to vaccinate more than 24-hundred people.
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[IN Q=I tell people if they are a high risk patient.]

((KATHY DEEL/LEWIS-GALE CLINIC; I TELL PEOPLE IF THEY ARE A HIGH RISK PATIENT THEN THEY'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO GET THE VACCINE))
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U-S health officials announced that Aventis Pasteur (pass-TOUR) will make 2-point-6 million more doses available in January.
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Lewis-Gale Clinic is holding its mass vaccinations on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 am to 2 pm --this week and next week.

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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom. Clouds and drizzle are the weather words of the day, keeping temperatures in the 60's. Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has your complete forecast in just a few minutes.

[55VOBDanville-Bridge]


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It's been debated for years, but last night, Danville City Council gave V-DOT a green light to start tearing down an historic bridge.
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The city closed the Worsham Street bridge in July. Since then, city leaders have studied their options and found it would cost 17 million dollars to build a new one and more than five million dollars to repair it to accommodate some vehicles.
It's money the city doesn't have.
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((JOHN HAMLIN/MAYOR OF DANVILLE: COUNCIL, I FEEL AND TALKING TO THE MAJORITY ARE NOT WILLING OR WANT TO RAISE TAXES IN ORDER RECONSTRUCT IT.))
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But nearby businesses and preservationists say the bridge is worth saving since it links north and south Danville.


City Council voted last night to demolish the bridge but the mayor says Danville won't close the door to restoration, if it appears funding might be available.
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Plans to build an airport in Franklin County are taking off. Last night, the Board of Supervisors announced its selected a site for the airport location. But the board says it first wants to notify the property owners before identifying the site to the public. The county has been working to build a general aviation airport since 2000. Officials say even though it will NOT offer commercial airline service, it will help the economy by serving small engine and corporate planes. Officials say the next step is conducting an environmental study, which could take another year.

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A year-old job training program has already helped more than five thousand Virginians prepare for better jobs.
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And yesterday, Governor Mark Warner recognized recipients of the Career Readiness Certificate in Richmond. The program was created a year ago, and certifies a person has the math, reading and information- locating skills required for most jobs in the U-S.
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((BRUCE WOOD/WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD: IF WE DON'T DO A GOOD JOB OF HELPING CREATE A WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM THAT ALLOWS OUR WORKFORCE TO IMPROVE THEIR SKILL LEVELS THEN WE'RE NOT GOING TO BE SUCCESSFUL AT ATTRACTING AND RETAINING THE TYPES OF JOBS NECESSARY FOR OUR ECONOMIC FUTURE.))
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Virginia is working with 11- other states to ensure the Career Readiness Certificate is recognized across state lines.
For more information contact your local community college.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom...... Watch out for some patchy dense fog-- otherwise it'll be another gray day with clouds and drizzle.
Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner has your complete forecast, coming up.





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At least two of four women arrested after a high- speed chase have had previous brushes with the law.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Monday Night]

And one was wanted on a warrant for failure to appear in court. They are suspected in the shoplifting of about 2-thousand dollars worth of merchandise from a Christiansburg department store. Officers from Christiansburg chased their car 30 miles...from the New River Valley Mall to Interstate 581. Christiansburg police point out a police supervisor monitored the entire incident.
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((KEITH HUMPHRY/NEWS 7: THE SUPERVISOR COULD SAY: EXCESSIVE SPEED, TOO MANY LIVES IN DANGER, CONSIDERING THE NATURE OF THE CRIME. CPT. BARRY O'ROURKE/CHRISTIANSBURG POLICE: SURE, HE COULD DO THAT. THE OFFICER HAS THAT DISCRETION, ALSO.))
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The chase ended in Roanoke with no injuries, recovery of most of the stolen clothing and four arrests.
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[8-11Shoplifting]


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Shoplifters often fit a particular profile--
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Many are women and most go for high ticket items like leather jackets and jewelry.
Stores are working hard to keep a handle on shoplifting.
At Hecht's at Valley View Mall, ink tags are used along with cable cords on leather jackets and security cameras throughout the store.
[Super=04-Surveillance Video]


This video shows a man apparently taking merchandise from Hechts without paying.
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((ADAM SMITH/HECHTS VALLEY VIEW MALL: WHAT HE DID HE CAME IN THE STORE SELECTED MERCHANDISE CONCEALED IT ... HAD A CAR RUNNING OUTSIDE. WE COULDN'T CATCH HIM AT THAT TIME.))
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Mall Management also says employee interaction with customers can cut down on shoplifting.
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((LOUISE DUDLEY/VALLEY VIEW MANAGER: IF A SHOPLIFTER IS LEFT ALONE. THEY WORK QUICKLY AND THEY WILL EXIT QUICKLY.))
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Shoplifting is most prevelant during Back to School time and Christmas.
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[8-6Church-vandals]


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Two years behind bars and nearly four- thousand dollars in fines-- that's the punishment for two church vandals.


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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/January]

This resolves the federal civil rights charges stemming from the damage at Mount Moriah Baptist Church. Zachary Lee Bryant was sentenced yesterday to serve 27 months in federal prison.
Christopher Martin will do 21 months.
The federal sentences are concurrent with any state time they pull.
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That means the federal charges did not add any time to their sentences.


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It's disability awareness month. Steve Pardon highlights some of the programs Mount Rogers has to offer.
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And, warmer weather is on the way.
I'll have the forecast.

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