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City Council draws the line when it comes to chains in the Market Building.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]

And a new approach designed to detect child abuse by clergy BEFORE it occurs.

[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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Tonight on News 7 sports - we'll check in on UVa and see how the Cavs are bouncing back from that loss to Miami.


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and Barry Bonds does it again - dominating the voting to win an unprecedented 7th Most Valuable Player award.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
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Clouds move in tomorrow but the rain will likely stay away. Details just ahead.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 4-Shot]


News 7 is next.
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No Way for Sub Way.
[ANCHOR=2-Shot]


Tonight Roanoke City Council votes to keep the chain out of the Market Building... at least for now.
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Good evening, I'm .
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And I'm .
[City-Council]
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[WRITER=dse]
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[ANCHOR=Jean 2-Shot]


Members of City Council say they want to perserve the local flavor of the city market building.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


They did not make a final decision on national chains but said they will have to wait until the city can complete a strategic plan for the building.
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Joe Dashiell has been following the debate. He is outside City Hall with more on the decision.
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((ROLLCUE:..squared off today.))
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[Henry-Sheriff]


[ANCHOR=JEan]
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[WRITER=myr]
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A Henry County grand jury indicted nearly 50-people today, in connection with a major drug operation there.
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[VO-NAT]
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The indictments stem from a seven month drug investigation that stared in December. During that time, authorities say they seized various amounts of crack cocaine and marijuana. 47-people have now been indicted on charges ranging from distribution of cocaine to manufacturing marijuana.
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((K.G. NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE: BUT WE EXPECT THIS INVESTIGATION TO EXPAND SOME THROUGH ADDTIONAL CHARGES AND WE HAVE A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF PAPERWORK TO DO, AND A LOT OF APPREHENSION, BUT WE CERTAINLY FEEL THAT THIS INVESTIGATION WILL DEFINITELY HELP W/DRUG ENFORCEMENT IN HENRY COUNTY.))
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Of the 47-charged, one is a juvenile, a 16-year-old girl. Authorities say they expect to have most, if not all of the suspects in custody, within the next few days.
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[Hight]


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The man accused of hitting and killing a mother and daughter in Shawsville was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
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[VO-NAT]
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Prosecutors dropped a DUI charge against 22 year old Christopher Hight today. Hight is still charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of 44 year old Joyce Sirry and her six year old daughter Betty. Last summer, Sirry and her daughter were walking along Route 460 when they were struck by Hight's car. Prosecutors say a toxicology report doesn't support a DUI charge. Hight goes on trial in January on the manslaughter charges.
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[Catholic-Training]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=jwi]
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It's been more than two years since the sexual abuse scandal exploded in the Catholic Church. So, what's being done to combat the problem here in Virginia?
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Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer Wishon joins us with some answers. Keith, "Protecting God's Children."
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That's the name of the program the Richmond Diocese is using to train everyone in the church that comes in contact with children.
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((Preventing sexual child abuse before it begins. That's the aim of a program recently adopted by the Catholic Diocese of Richmond. Today several hundred priests, teachers and volunteers gathered in Richmond for the first of many training sessions to be held across the diocese.
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((ANN McCULLA: WE CAN TAKE INTO OUR PARISHES AND INTO OUR COMMUNITIES A PROGRAM WHERE WE CAN STOP CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE BEFORE IT BEGINS RATHER THAN TRYING TO DEAL WITH IT AFTER IT'S ALREADY HAPPENED.)) [RUNS09]
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Now instead of always looking at children for signs of sexual abuse, the program teaches parishioners to be proactive and look at adults who display behavior typical of pedophiles.
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((PAUL ASHTON: TRY TO SEE IF THE ADULT ALWAYS WANTS TO SPEND TIME WITH CHILDREN, OR ALWAYS BREAKS THE RULES WHEN IT COMES TO BEING AROUND CHILDREN OR MIGHT SHOW CHILDREN PORNOGRAPHY, WHICH IS OF COURSE A BLATANT THING - OR TELL DIRTY JOKES.)) [RUNS16]
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New rules also require two adults be present anytime children are involved in a church function. Anyone coming in contact with children on a regular basis must also have a criminal background and reference check every four years.
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((KIM MEADOWS: I COMMEND THE DIOCESE FOR TAKING THIS STEP. I THINK IT'S NECESSARY. WE CAN NEVER DO ENOUGH TO PROTECT OUR CHILDREN.)) [RUNS07]
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The goal is to have everyone currently employed or volunteering in the diocese trained by June.
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[TAKE WEB FS] To learn more about the program or to watch for one scheduled in your area we've linked the diocese's home page to ours at WDBJ7.COM.
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Keith, Parishioners hope their message of prevention will eventually spread beyond the Catholic Church into other organizations of faith.

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The stars get ready to land in the area... along with some martians.
More on the movie plans for Rockbridge County when News 7 returns.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


Plus it's a dream for many... but reality for one local woman.
She wins a shoe-shopping spree.
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He was supposed to go on trial today for killing two people in Southside.
Instead, James (JEN-ah-RETT-tee) Generette admitted to the crime to avoid the death penalty.
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73-year-old Willie Harston and his 68-year-old wife, Clara, were found dead in their home two years ago.
They had been beaten to death.
Generette was arrested in North Carolina a few days later and charged with capital murder.
He pled guilty Friday, and was sentenced to life in prison.
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[Boysaw]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=khu]
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Hours before federal authorities unveiled their Violent Crimes Task Force last year, police arrested a known felon on gun charges- -as a case in point.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/September 12, 2003]

Today Donald Boysaw was ordered to serve 15 years in prison. He had a loaded pistol on his night stand and ammunition hidden in five different places. Boysaw has a record of counterfeiting, drug distribution and theft.
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[Roanoke-Breakins]


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Roanoke police are investigating a series of break-ins in the Raleigh Court area.
Police say at least eight cars were broken into overnight.
The incidents happened in the 18-hundred blocks of Sherwood, Mount Vernon and Blenheim Avenues and Maiden Lane.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=rde]
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Another candidate in Radford is asking for a recount.
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[TAKE LEADER FULL SCREEN] Republican Patrick Moore lost his bid to be the city's next Commonwealth Attorney by one vote. He lost in the special election to incumbent Democrat Chris Rehak who was sworn into office last week.
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[VO-NAT]
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Another recount is already in the works for Democrat Terry Alley. Alley lost to Republican Mark Armentrout by 26 votes. The Virginia Supreme Court is expected to set a date for the recount later this week.
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[Stocks]


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Despite some selling on Wall Street today, the major indexes still advanced. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW gained eleven points today.
The NASDAQ rose nine.
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[War-worlds]
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The martians are coming to Rockbridge County. Not really, but Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg are to shoot a few scenes for a movie-
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The movie is a remake of H-G wells "The War of the Worlds" about martians invading earth.
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While martians haven't been spotted in town, movie scouts and movie stars have.
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((Lib Chittum had a brush with Hollywood about five weeks ago when Hollywood scouts came walking into her daughter's gift shop- JEAN: DID YOU HAVE A VISIT? LIB CHITTUM: WELL WE DID HAVE A GUY FROM PARAMOUNT PICTURES COME BY.
The Paramount Scout told Chittum he was looking for an old store near water... The building sits on the banks of the Maury River- CHITTUM: I WAS THINKING OH GOODY A GOOD OLE SOUTHERN ROMANTIC MOVIE AND I SAID WHAT'S THE NAME AND HE SAID THE WAR OF THE WORLDS. I SAID OH! I DON'T WANT YOU TO BLOW IT UP. HE SAID WE'RE NOT GOING TO BLOW IT UP ..IT'S JUST GOING TO LOOK LIKE IT'S BLOWN UP.
The scouts decided not to use the store but are now eyeing this farm on Decatur Road just a couple of miles away. They may build their own store front. ACTOR TOM CRUISE AND DIRECTOR STEVEN SPIELBERG ALSO VISITED LOCATIONS FIRST HAND INCLUDING THIS SITE ON THE MAURY RIVER. ONLY PROBLEM IS THE WATER LEVELS WILL BE TOO LOW IN DECEMBER FOR THE FLOATING BODY SHOT THEY NEED.
Cruise has been spotted in town at least twice this fall- most recently in just the past couple of weeks where he apparently spent the night at a private inn.
About six weeks ago.. Cruise and Spielberg walked into the Lexington Dairy Queen-
C-J Wallace was working. I BELIEVE MY GENERAL MANAGER ACTUALLY MADE TOM CRUISES ORDER. WHAT DID HE HAVE: HE ORDERED A MEDIUM CONE IN CHOCOLATE.))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Hollywood Scouts are looking for warehouse space for props and catering services and lodging for the crew.
The shoot in Rockbridge County is expected to take about a week- sometime in December. The movie is due in theaters next June.

[FF-Calendar]


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You don't have to be a supermodel or a cuddly kitten to have your own calendar.
Just ask the men and women of the Lynchburg fire department.
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The Lynchburg Fire and E-M-S Foundation is raising money with its first calendar dedicated to those who answer the call of duty every day of the year.
The photos ... officials say ... are tastefully done and they illustrate the many different services the department provides.
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((JASON CAMPBELL/LYNCHBURG FIRE & EMS FOUNDATION: TO HAVE A CALENDAR WITH THE LOCAL FIREFIGHTERS IN IT IS A NEAT IDEA FOR A LOT OF FOLKS. AND THEN A LOT OF PEOPLE SUPPORT THE PROJECT BECAUSE IT GOES FOR A GOOD CAUSE FOR THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.)) ((BUDDY MARTINETTE/LYNCHBURG FIRE CHIEF: THIS IS A GREAT TOOL FOR US TO DO THAT WITHIN OUR OWN DEPARTMENT AND LIKEWISE THE PURCHASE OF THESE CALENDARS HELPS US TO OFFSET THE COST OF SOME OF THESE HEALTH AND WELLNESS INITIATIVES SO WE CAN ACHIEVE THAT, SO IT'S A WIN-WIN SITUATION ALL THE WAY AROUND.))
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The calendars cost 15 dollars and proceeds benefit programs that aren't covered by the fire department's regular budget.
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[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 Sports - a start time for the Tech-UVa game is set and so is Barry Bonds with another MVP honor,
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and sometimes it take folks a long time to recover from a Hurricane - Virginia only has a few days. Steve Mason joins us with an update on the recovery effort in Charlottesville.
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After a tough Miami loss, 18th ranked UVa battles 6 and 3 Georgia Tech Saturday at one PM. Steve Mason says the Cavaliers must eliminate big mistakes and a Bee hive home field advantage that has stung the Cavs.
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[GO TO APRISA 12000] Thanks Mase. The 86th meeting between the two schools will be televised by ABC Sports. Last year UVa snapped a four game losing streak against the Hokies with a 35-to-21 win. Again, it's Saturday - two days after Thanksgiving at one.
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[S-BCS]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The fifth set of BCS Rankings of the season are out, if the season ended now Auburn would still be on the outside looking in.
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[GO TO BCS RANKINGS 1074] USC remains a solid number one in the ranking, and although Auburn DOES draw closer to the Sooners this week, for that all important second spot, Oklahoma still holds the edge. Cal is again 4th, while Texas jumps up to number 5. The Hokies are 15th this week, while UVa slips from 11th to 19th.
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[S-NASCAR]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Leave it to NASCAR to make a controversial policy change for next season, just days before it crowns it new champion. NASCAR says it is planning to move qualifying from Fridays to Saturdays at most tracks in 2005.
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However, Mike Smith - the track's director of public relations - says the move will not include Martinsville and that its pole day will continue to be on Fridays. NASCAR says the changes would save money, but it's hard to figure how since the new proposal still includes a day of Friday practice before the Saturday qualifying.
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[S-Bonds]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Finally tonight, Barry Bonds has won his seventh National League Most Valuable Player award.
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The 32 members of the Baseball Writers Association of America gave 24 of their first-place votes to Bonds, who has now won the award four years in a row. Los Angeles third baseman Adrian Beltre was second. Bonds is the only player with more than three M-V-P awards.
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[Shopping-Spree]
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[TAPE#=04-37 TC1:24:42]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-SHot]


It's an opportunity most women can only dream about.
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[ANCHOR=JEan 2-Shot]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

60-year-old Judy Heitz of Roanoke won a shoe-shopping spree today at Rack Room Shoes. In celebration of the stores' 84th anniversary, Heitz had to race through the aisles and pick up as many items as she could in 84-seconds. With a little prayer and planning -- Heitz was able to grab 27-pairs of shoes, worth more than 12-hundred dollars.
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((JUDY HEITZ/SHOPPING SPREE WINNER: I HAD A GOOD WORKOUT THIS MORNING BEFORE I GOT HERE, BUT LIKE I SAID, FOR A WOMAN MY AGE, I THINK I DID OKAY, I REALLY DO (LAUGHS)!))
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Heitz is one of 17-winners across the country. She isn't going to keep the shoes for herself. Instead, she plans to donate them to charity. (------------)