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Coming up on News 7-
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Nestle chips in to help the economy in Southside. Plus, Hokies are giving four stars to more than their football team. We'll stop by the new dining hall for a gourmet glimpse. And, an old high school classmate of Bill Clinton's won't have to wait for their next class reunion to catch up.
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News 7 is next.

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Sweet news for Southside. A Danville plant is expanding, creating dozens of new jobs.
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[Nestle-Jobs]


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Nestle's Danville facility is growing and creating some 50 new jobs in the process.
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The company makes a number of products at the Southside Industrial Park.
Today it announced an eight million dollar expansion of its Nestle Toll House refrigerated cookie line.
The company's been in Danville since 1987 and employs about 500 workers. Now it will add 50 more.
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[Hoover-Color]


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Firefighters will spend a long night watching a smoldering warehouse.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pulaski Co.]


The building at the Hoover Color plant in Pulaski County caught fire around 3:30 this morning and slowly burned all day.
The company makes the dye used in Crayola Crayons and wood stains.
Those chemicals fed the flames.
Firefighters aren't sure how the blaze started.
The company has already ordered new supplies and expects to be up and running again tomorrow.
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[Fuel-Prices]


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The latest blast of cold means the heat is on all across the region tonight. And this season it'll cost more to keep warm.
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Crude oil prices are sharply higher- and that means heating your home will cost you- whether you use propane, oil or natural gas.
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[SOT 05:57:17]
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((DALE MOORE/ROANOKE GAS: EVEN THOUGH THOSE TIES ARE NOT DIRECT. NATURAL GAS DOES TEND AND HAS OVER TIME TENDS TO TRACK CRUDE AND AS CRUDE GOES UP, NATURAL GAS GOES UP.))
[SUPER=01-Dale Moore/Roanoke Gas;]
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[OUT Q=natural gas goes up.]
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Those prices are skyrocketing.
Roanoke Gas says you can expect to see a 15 to 20 percent increase in propane and natural gas costs.
A bill that averaged 100 dollars a month last year, will jump to 115 to 120 dollars this year.
For heating oil, analysts say the cost is going up even more- 30 percent- that means a bill of 100 dollars would jump to 130 dollars this winter.
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Electricity rates are expected to remain steady- because of a state cap until 20-11.
Appalachian Power has requested an increase of 2 percent- but that must be approved by the state.

[Tech-Dining]


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There's a new great place to eat in our area, and it's not even at a restaurant.
In fact, all you have to do is head to Virginia Tech. [***DINING HALL GRAPHIC IN MONITOR***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Justin /BAM;]


Justin McLeod is here now with the mouth watering details. So Justin is this really true?
Shannon, it is and I saw it firsthand this afternoon.
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The days of cafeteria food are over, students now expect more choices and better food.
As a result, Virginia Tech's dining hall now has "fine dining."
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]
[SUPER=01-Richard Johnson/Director of Housing and Dining Services; :13]
[SUPER=01-Rachel Marksteiner/Virginia Tech Freshman; :43 (QUICK)]
[SUPER=01-Greg Stwieter/Virginia Tech Freshman; :48 (QUICK) ]
[SUPER=01-Joanna Romanyshyn/Virginia Tech Freshman; 1:20 (QUICK)]
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[OUT Q=BECAUSE THE FOOD IS SO GOOD]

((((NAT SOUND OF CHEF SAYING "DOING GREAT MAN, YOU HAVING A GOOD TIME" AT 15:07))
Wouldn't be great to have your own personal chef everyday?
You can....if you go to Virginia Tech. ((QUICK NAT SOUND OF SIZZLING IN THE CHINESE WOK))
They call it restaurant style dining.
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[IN Q=We made a]

((RICHARD JOHNSON//DIRECTOR OF HOUSING AND DINING SERVICES: WE MADE A CONCERTED EFFORT AS A PROGRAM TO CHANGE, TO CHANGE FROM WHAT WAS CALLED TRADITIONAL STYLE, CAFETERIA STYLE TO WHAT SEE NOW AND WHAT SEE IN OTHER FACILITES ON CAMPUS.))
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The latest facility is D2, formerly known as Dietrick dining hall.
It is now sort of an international marketplace where you can get just about everything....mexican, chinese, brick oven pizzas, vegetarian foods, even french pastry's.
Most of it is prepared while you wait.
[SOT 26:24; 27:40]
[IN Q=I love it]

((RACHEL MARKSTEINER/VIRGINIA TECH FRESHMEN: I LOVE IT BECAUSE THERE'S SOME MANY TYPES OF FOOD. I EAT HERE ALL THE TIME. I LOVE IT.)) ((GREG STWIETER/VIRGINIA TECH FRESHMEN: I THINK THIS IS ACTUALLY THE THIRD TIME I'VE COME HERE TODAY. THIS IS AMAZING. THE FOOD IS GREAT.)) [Runs08]
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That greatness came with a hefty price tag.
Virginia Tech spent 6 1/2 million dollars renovating this dining hall but the university says it's money well spent.

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((RICHARD JOHNSON/DIRECTOR OF HOUSING AND DINING SERVICES: STUDENTS HAVE LIVED IN A SOCIETY WHERE THEY GO TO THE MALL, THEY EAT OUT A LOT, THEY GO TO FINE DINING RESTAURANTS. WHEN THEY COME TO THE UNIVERSITY THEY WANT THE SAME QUALITY OF FOOD.)) [Runs11]
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And Virginia Tech says they're willing to pay more for it. In fact, just about the only complaint you'll hear from students is this.
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((JOANNA ROMANYSHYN/VIRGINIA TECH FRESHMEN: IT'S REALLY EASY TO GAIN THE FRESHMEN 15 HERE I WOULD DEFINITELY SAY BECAUSE THE FOOD IS SO GOOD.)) [Runs05]
[OUT Q=IS SO GOOD]))
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Because of that, Virginia Tech has set up two kiosks that provides students with nutrition and ingredient information for the daily menu.
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Shannon, to give you an idea how big D2 is, it's the size of a football field and serves 35-thousand people a week.



[City-Market]


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Tenants in the Roanoke City Market Building say officials shouldn't mess with a successful recipe.
And it now appears they have an ally in Mayor Nelson Harris.
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The tenants association has been fighting the prospect of a national chain opening in the downtown landmark.
This week they brought their concerns to city council, and today Mayor Nelson Harris said he hopes to maintain the current mix of independent vendors.
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[SOT 42:25 ]
[IN Q=I think in terms]

((REV. NELSON HARRIS/ROANOKE MAYOR; I THINK IN TERMS OF THE VENDORS THAT ARE IN THE MARKET BUILDING, WE REALLY NEED TO KEEP THE LOCAL VENDORS, SO I'M REALLY NOT ONE WHO HAS BOUGHT INTO OR THINKS POSITIVELY ABOUT HAVING THESE FRANCHISES COME INTO THE MARKET BUILDING.))
[SUPER=01-Rev. Nelson Harris/Roanoke Mayor; ]
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[OUT Q=come into the market building.]
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A representative of Advantis Real Estate Services says some change is inevitable with the revitalization of the market building.
But Timothy Allison says the company has made significant improvements and is working with existing tenants to sign long-term lease renewals.
He says the company sees potential for a "vibrant tenant mix," but says any decisions related to those new tenants will rest with city council.
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Council members plan to discuss the market building at a public meeting November 15th.

[Clinton-Pal]


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Bill Clinton's Presidential Library opens next week in Little Rock, Arkansas. A Radford woman has a personal invitation. New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel DePompa found being a "friend of Bill" is more than just an old campaign slogan.

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((13:25:00 SEVERAL OF OUR CLASSMATES LIVE IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA...
When Gail Montuori looks at her high school year book there's one major standout. .. An 18 year old Bill Clinton. Montuori grew up in Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas and went from junior high to high school with Billy... as he was known in 1964.

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((GAIL MONTOURI:WE WERE FRIENDS WE WERE BOTH ON THE NEWSPAPER IN JUNIOR HIGH. I WAS THE EDITOR IN CHIEF AND HE WAS THE FEATURE EDITOR :03 SO WE SPENT A LOT OF TIME TOGETHER. )) [RUNS:09]
[OUT Q=time together.]


She says the president was in all AP classes and actually graduated 4th in their class. He was also first chair in the band. Even in high school he ended up in the year book playing his saxophone.

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[IN Q=What's not to get]

((MONTUORI: WHAT'S NOT TO GET A LONG WITH. HE'S CHARMING HE ALWAYS HAS BEEN. HE'S AN EXTREMELY CARING PERSON. HE'S A LOT OF FUN AND HE'S A REALLY GOOD DANCER.)) [RUNS:11]
[OUT Q=good dancer.]


Montuori has what she calls a shrine to bill. Hundreds of pictures of her at the Governor's Mansion or the White House.
She worked to get him elected president and is now invited [INSERT PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY STUFF] to the opening of his presidential library in Little Rock, next week. Crews are working 15 hour shifts this week, just to get it open in time. [COVER THE BITE SOME WITH THE VIDEO]
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((MONTUORI: FRIDAY NIGHT MY CLASS HAS A PRIVATE TOUR OF THE LIBRARY AND THEN SATURDAY AT THESE BEAUTIFUL GARDENS WERE HAVING A MEMORIAL. THAT'S A TRADITION FOR THE CLASSMATES WE'VE LOST.)) [RUNS:11]
[OUT Q=we've lost.]


Montuori may not get to meet up with President Clinton at the actual ceremony... but as a friend of Bill... she's sure she'll see him again real soon. Rachel DePompa, News 7, Radford.))
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President Bush says he earned political capital on election day.
How he says he'll spend it next on News 7 at Eleven.
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And Wednesday's bad news for Elizabeth Edwards went way beyond election results. We'll explain.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports office. Coming up later, Lefty speaks in Blacksburg, while the Bobcats bring hoops back to Charlotte. Plus, the ODAC coaches make their preseason picks, and Michael Vick walks the walk and talks the talk in our ACC Connection. All that and more on the way in sports.))
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One day after claiming victory, President Bush laid out his agenda for the next four-years.
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He says his priorities include fighting terror, improving education, reforming the tax system and strengthening social security.
Bush says he looks forward to working with congress, in which he will have a stronger Republican majority.
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[IN Q=When you win]

(( WHEN YOU WIN THERE IS A FEELING THAT THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN AND HAVE EMBRACED YOUR POINT OF VIEW AND THAT'S WHAT I INTEND TO TELL THE CONGRESS.))
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[OUT Q=tell the congress.]
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The President also said that a change in his cabinet is "inevitable."
There has been speculation that Secretary of State Colin Powell, Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge and others have signaled plans to leave.
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The wife of former Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards has breast cancer.
On the same day her husband conceded the election, Elizabeth Edwards found out a lump was cancerous.
Edwards' cancer is the most common type and more tests are being done to determine how much it has spread.
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[Arafat]


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Palestinians are starting to transfer some of Yasser Arafat's power, as the longtime leader's health appears to be deteriorating. Reports about the 75-year old's health have been conflicting. Some have said he's slipped into a coma. Others have reported his death. Scott Rapoport has more.
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((PALESTINIANS TOOK TO THE STREETS OF GAZA THURSDAY NIGHT IN SUPPORT OF AN AILING YASSER ARAFAT. WHILE IN JERUSALEM, ISRAELI ACTIVISTS CELEBRATED AMID RUMORS THE PALESTINIAN LEADER HAD DIED.
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DESPITE A FLURRY OF NEWS REPORTS IN ISRAEL AND ELSEWHERE, ARAFAT'S STAFFERS ARE DENYING THAT HE'S DEAD. DOCTORS AT A HOSPITAL OUTSIDE PARIS WHERE ARAFAT IS BEING TREATED ALSO CONFIRM HE'S STILL ALIVE. BUT THEY AREN'T SAYING MUCH ELSE ABOUT THE UNSPECIFIED BLOOD DISEASE THAT APPEARS TO BE TAKING ITS TOLL. THE 75-YEAR OLD PALESTINIAN PRESIDENT WAS FLOWN TO FRANCE LAST FRIDAY AFTER COLLAPSING AT HIS COMPOUND IN THE WEST BANK.
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IN RAMALLAH, SENIOR PALESTINIAN OFFICIALS HELD AN EMERGENCY MEETING TO DEAL WITH ARAFAT'S ABSENCE -- AND AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE.
(SOT: AHMED QUREIA/PALESTINIAN PRIME MINISTER) - 15:32:31

We are following carefully the president's situation. I think more or less he is stable, but he is under very serious care." THE BIGGEST CONCERN ... THAT CHAOS WILL ERUPT FOLLOWING ARAFAT'S DEATH. IF HE DOES DIE, PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS WILL BE HELD WITHIN 60 DAYS. FOR NOW, ARAFAT'S NUMBER 2 MAN -- FORMER PRIME MINISTER MAHMOUD ABBAS -- HAS ASSUMED MANY OF THE RESPONSIBILITIES. ARAFAT'S ULTIMATE SUCCESSOR COULD OPEN THE DOOR TO RENEWED MIDDLE EAST PEACE TALKS. ISRAEL AND THE UNITED STATES STOPPED NEGOTIATING WITH ARAFAT IN RECENT YEARS -- BRANDING HIM A TERRORIST.
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ON THURSDAY, THE ISRAELI MILITARY DISCUSSED POSSIBLE BURIAL OPTIONS FOR ARAFAT. BUT THE GOVERNMENT HAS ALREADY RULED OUT JERUSALEM -- WHICH BOTH ISRAELIS AND PALESTINIANS CLAIM AS THEIR CAPITAL. SCOTT RAPOPORT, CBS NEWS, AT THE PALESTINIAN MISSION TO THE UNITED NATIONS.))


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Will the clouds clear out for the weekend?
Robin has the forecast when News Seven returns.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus bringing up make-believe babies is more realistic than ever.
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[Commercial]

[Hicks]


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A Vinton mom will serve jail time for serving alcohol to underaged children.
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In August, 40-year-old Tammy Sue Hicks was acused of hosting parties for local teens at her home. In a plea agreement today, Hicks was given 12-days in jail and 12 months of probation. She's not be allowed to care for any minors except her own children without another adult present and she must abstain from alcohol for one year.
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[Electronic-Baby]


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Teenagers no longer have to carry around eggs or bags of sugar to see what it's like caring for an infant.
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[SUPER=03-Minneapolis, MN;]

RealCare Baby II (two) is a computerized baby that's about as close to the real thing as you can get. The seven-pound, 21-inch baby cries, burps, coos, coughs, breaths and even responds when it's fed and its diaper is changed. The anatomically correct babies were created by Realityworks Inc. Other less-sophisticated versions include realistic depictions of what happens to a baby when the mother has used drugs or alcohol during pregnancy.
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Coming up, the NBA is back in Charlotte, we'll have the preseason hoops picks from the ODAC, plus our ACC Connection, and the slate of Games for week 10 of high school football, but first our extra point, Willie Randolph is the Mets new manager, and
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Buena Vista's Charlie Manuel was introduced as the Phillies new bench boss today. The one time Indians' skipper, Manuel worked with the Phillies as a special instructor the past two years.
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[S-Lefty]


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Lefty Driesell, who won 786 games in a 41 year coaching career was the guest speaker at tonight's basketball tipoff banquet in Blacksburg. The lefthander had plenty to say about Tech's jump to the ACC.
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[OUT Q=a great league."]
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[S-Bobcats]


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[VO-NAT]
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Pro basketball returned to the Queen City of Charlotte last night as the Bobcats opened the season against the Washington Wizards.
Emeka Okafor, the rookie from UCONN poured in 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.
[SUPER=32-Washington/103/Charlotte/96/;]

But Antawn Jamison tallied 24 points for the Wiz, as Washington won it 103 to 96.
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The pre season Old Dominion Athletic Conference men's basketball poll was released at media day today in Salem.
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Coming off a 23 and 5 season and the program's third straight NCAA tournament appearance, Randolph-Macon is the top pick followed by Virginia Wesleyan and then 2003 ODAC tournament champion Hampden-Sydney. 4 through 10 is a toss up with Roanoke at number five, Lynchburg at the six spot , W & L seven and Emory and Henry eighth.
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[SUPER=01-John Swickrath/Lynchburg 2nd Year Head Coach; :24]
[SUPER=01-Bubba Smith/Hampden Sydney Men's Basketball Coach; :38]
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[OUT Q=......all gonna be better"]
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Week Ten of the high school football season is here. Several of tomorrow night's games have playoff implications.
Here's a look at the complete schedule.
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[S-ACC]


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We finish up tonight with this week's ACC Connection.
(XXXXXXXX)

[TAKE ACC FULL SCREEN]
Michael Vick talks Falcons, Hokies and Atlantic Coast Conference.
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[SUPER=01-Michael Vick/Atlanta Falcons Quarterback; :19]
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[OUT Q=uva battles Maryland."]

((Michael Vick still gets plenty of love from the Hokies, and that was never more apparent than at last week's game at Georgia Tech. Vick has not gotten much affection however from the finicky Falcons fans in Atlanta, despite the fact that the Dirty Birds are 6 and 2 atop the NFC South.
Vick:
The southpaw is still adjusting to Jim Mora, Junior's West Coast offense. But getting used to his new coach has required no adjustment at all.
Vick:
While Vick and his former Hokie teammates in Atlanta never got the chance to play in the ACC, he's ecstatic about Tech's new league. A total of 7 Falcons are ACC alums.
Vick:
The Falcons are off Sunday so, Matt Schaub and Patrick Kerney are expected to take in their alma mater's game this weekend in Charlottesville as UVA battles Maryland.))
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[Hollywood-Robbery]


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A suspected bank robber in Hollywood Florida is under arrest thanks, not to police, but witnesses who chased the man down.
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[SUPER=03-Hollywood, FL;]

Police say the 40-year old man had targeted a Suntrust Bank. Witnesses say he jumped over the teller counter, grabbed money from the cash drawer, then fled on a bicycle. When he stopped to change clothes a dye pack in the money bag exploded and the money scattered on the street. Two City of Hollywood employees had followed him, tackled and held him until police arrived. The money was recovered and the suspect was placed under arrest. But get this - while he was being arrested, someone tried to steal the getaway bike. That person was arrested, too.
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[Burglar-Rescued]


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Another suspected burglar wasn't any luckier.
He was apparently trying to get into a Portland Oregon home by crawling down the chimney.
He made it about eight feet before he got stuck.
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