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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
Showers likely throughout the day, with highs around 50.
Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner has the full weekend forecast, coming up.





[7-6DDay-Memorial]


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People all across the region used Veteran's Day to honor those who risked their lives to defend America.
In Bedford, the National D-Day Memorial was the backdrop for a ceremony honoring veterans of all of America's wars.
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Hundreds of Junior R-O-T-C members helped pay tribute to those who served in every branch of the armed forces.
D-Day veterans were singled out for their contribution to the Allied invasion of Normandy.
They say events like this can stir a lot of memories.
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((RAY NANCE/D-DAY VETERAN: IT WAS A ROUGH, ROUGH DAY. I'LL NEVER FORGET IT AS LONG AS I LIVE. I'M GLAD I WAS THERE AND I'M GLAD I CAME OUT.))
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Gerald Willis ... the son of a D-Day veteran ... donated 11-hundred dollars to the Bedford County school system.
The money will help finance a trip to the Memorial for more than 350 students.
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At William Byrd High School, students gathered in the dark as their classmates read the names of the P-O-W's and M-I-A's from Virginia. The ceremony featured written comments by the families of the missing soldiers.
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[7-6Vets-Day]


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Volunteers at two Roanoke Valley veteran's centers already honor those they serve everyday, but yesterday they showed even stronger support.
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The Virginia Veterans Care Center hosted events throughout the day. At lunch, the Veterans enjoyed a fried fish dinner prepared by the AM-VETS of Roanoke. Next door at the V-A hospital, retired soldiers ate pizza and played bingo, while some reflected on what Veterans Day represents.
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((ELMO CLEMONS:WELL I THINK VETERANS DAY, WHAT IT STANDS FOR, IS SHOWING THE APPRECIATION AND THE HONOR FOR THE VETERANS FOR WHAT THEY DID DURING THE WAR. EACH WAR, IT DOESN'T MATTER WHICH WAR THEY WERE IN, IT'S AN HONOR FOR THEM.))
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[OUT Q=it's an honor for them.]
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The veterans at the hospital were also entertained by Miss Roanoke Valley, Megan Hoff.
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Giles County unveiled a new park yesterday in honor of its veterans. Hundreds attended the dedication of Veteran's Memorial Park in Narrows. The memorial features flags from each branch of the military surrounding a monument. Officials still plan to add fencing, shrubs, sidewalks and special lighting.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
Not quite as cold as you first head out today, but temperatures won't be warming up very much-- look for highs around 50.
We could see more showers, too.
Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner has the Friday outlook, coming up.

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All of America's veterans were remembered on Veterans Day yesterday, but those who LOST their lives defending freedom were especially honored.
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Students at Lord Botetourt High School marked Veteran's Day with a special ceremony. The family of Marine Corps Sergeant Michael Lalush presented benches and a reflecting area, which bears the names of three former students who died in the line of duty.
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((DAVE LALUSH, SON HONORED: HE'D SAY WHY ARE YOU MAKING SUCH A BIG FUSS. I WAS JUST DOING MY JOB. THAT'S WHAT THE SOLDIERS, THAT'S THE WAY THEY FEEL, THAT I KNOW...))
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Sergeant Michael Stiglich and Lance Corporal Charles Morris, who both graduated in 1964 and were killed in Vietnam, are also honored. Sergeant Stiglich's family says the memorial has been a long time in the making.
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Eight veterans who took part in the Allied invasion of Normany sixty years ago were singled out at Bedford's D-Day Memorial for their contributions to American freedom.
The vets say memorials like the one in Bedford have helped raise public awareness about World War Two.
Local schoolkids presented them with cards and letters to show their appreciation.
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Residents of Giles County welcomed hundreds of visitors, and honored America's Veterans yesterday with a new park and monument.
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Veteran's Memorial Park in Narrows was unveiled during an hour long ceremony. Flags from every branch of the military surround a monument. The park honors veterans from all wars and from all times of peace.
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((DALE SINDOW/WORLD WAR II VETERAN; I'VE ATTENDED VETERANS DAY WITH PRESIDENT CLINTON IN ARLINGTON AND A LOT OF CEREMONIES LIKE THIS.. BUT NONE TOUCHES ME LIKE THIS DOES. JOE GOLLEHON/WORLD WAR II VETERAN; I HOPE THAT THEY WILL REMEMBER WHAT THE PRESENT SOLDIERS ARE DOING AND WHAT IS BEING DONE AND WHAT HAS BEEN DONE IN THE PAST.))
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Officials still plan to add fencing, shrubs, sidewalks and special lighting. They hope to finish everything by next Veteran's Day.
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At William Byrd High School, students gathered in the dark as their classmates read the names of the P-O-W's and M-I-A's from Virginia. The ceremony featured written comments by the families of the missing soldiers.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
Rain is likely off and on today, with highs around 50.
Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner has the complete weekend outlook, straight ahead. But first -- commuters on Interstate 81 can expect some delays this morning. A mulitple car accident in the northbound lane at mile marker 127 near Christiansburg Mountain has the passing lane blocked, but traffic is moving in the right hand lane. There are no inuries, and police are only waiting for tow trucks to remove the damaged cars.




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Roanoke is again taking aim at its deer problem and the plan is sure to raise some eye brows.
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Last year, the city hired sharpshooters to kill deer, but they only took a little over a hundred in a two month period.
This year, Roanoke will hire a federal agency and a private company to bait and then kill the deer.
The city say safety will be their top priority.
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((STEVE LUGAR/ROANOKE CITY POLICE DEPT.: WE'VE CONDUCTED RESEARCH INTO BOTH ENTITIES TO CHECK WITH AGENCIES OR AREAS THAT HAVE UTILIZED THEIR SERVICES IN THE PAST AND WE FOUND BOTH ORGANIZATIONS SAFETY WAS ONE OF THE PRIMARY CONCERNS THAT THEY UTILIZED IN THEIR DAY TO DAY ACTIVITIES.))
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The goal is to kill nearly four hundred deer this year.
The program will run from early December to February.
It will cost the city more than eighty thousand dollars.
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The local owners of 10 Subway chain restaurants say they were surprised at the negative reaction they got when they started making plans to open a store in the Roanoke City Market Building.
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River Bonhotel is proud of the Subway Restaurant that he and his brother Rupert recently opened on Plantation Road. It has the same decor they hope to bring to the City Market Building downtown.
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((THE MARKET BUILDING HASN'T BEEN UPDATED IN SO LONG. WE WOULD GIVE IT A NEW FRESH LOOK, AND PEOPLE WOULD REALLY RECOGNIZE IT AS A PLACE TO COME EAT MORE THAN THEY DO NOW. ))
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[OUT Q=come eat more than they do now.]
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Tenants of the market building fear Subway and other national chains would take business from independent vendors, and threaten the local flavor of the food court.
Bonhotel argues that all of the businesses would benefit if the Subway helps to bring more customers to the building.
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Roanoke City Council plans to discuss the issue on Monday.

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Police are looking for a hit and run suspect that crashed into a car full of high school students.
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They were involved in an accident just after five o'clock yesterday evening at the intersection of Routes 674 and 826 in Oak Level.
State Police say the driver of the pickup truck ran a stop sign and then hit a car carrying three kids to night school.
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Witnesses at the scene say he appeared intoxicated.
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