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Coming up next on the newscast, 200 new jobs are coming to the Hill City.
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Also authorities are looking for two people following a suspicious fire in Giles County.
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A local judge cuts the sentence of a convicted killer. We'll have the details.
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In Sports, Mike Stevens will have qualifying results for this weekend's NASCAR finale.
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And Brent Watts will joins us live from the Roanoke Dazzle's season opener. News 7 at 5 is next. [Open]
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Good things come in three's ... hundreds of new jobs are headed to Lynchburg.
Two existing companies and one new one decide the Hill City is a good place to do business.
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Lynchburg is adding another telephone call center and seeing millions of dollars in investment by two local businesses.
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C-D-G Management will put an outbound call center in this former postal building on Fifth Street.
The move will create about 200 new jobs and did not require any financial incentives from the city.
The jobs will pay about nine dollars an hour.
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((MARY JANE RUSSELL/LYNCHBURG ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: IT'S A GOOD PART-TIME JOB OR STARTING JOB. I KNOW WE'VE HAD A LOT OF PEOPLE THAT USED IT AS A SECOND JOB FOR THAT EXTRA CAR PAYMENT OR SOMETHING EXTRA THAT THEY WERE LOOKING FOR, SO WE'RE VERY EXCITED ABOUT IT.))
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Two existing businesses: Boxley Block Company and RiversEdge Furniture have also announced plans to expand their operations.
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Giles County investigators say two well known New River Valley activists are missing and could be in danger.
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[INSERT PICTURE OF DANIELS AND JONES :14 seconds] 44 year old Susan Jean Daniels is a student at Virginia Tech and was last seen on the Tech campus at around midnight on Wednesday. Police say her boyfriend, 40 year old Niklan Matt Jones was last seen leaving his home in Blacksburg around 5:00 that morning. [end picture]
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Daniels' home on Spruce run road near Newport burnedo the ground early yesterday morning. Police suspect arson. The couples' cars were both at the home, but police say they have no idea where Daniels or Jones are. Investigators also say they found signs of a struggle in the ashes and a note in Jones' car that indicates problems.
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Police say the two were supposed to be going to a School of the America's protest in Columbus Georgia this weekend, but people at the protest who know the couple say neither has shown up. If you have any information on the whereabouts of the couple, call the Giles County Sheriff's Office.

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A home on Maywood Avenue in Roanoke County was heavily damaged by fire this morning.
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The owner, Vicky King, and her son were not home at the time. A neighbor spotted flames and called the fire department. After a half hour the flames were under control and crews began the cleanup. Fire officials are still investigating the cause.
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A Roanoke County judge has lopped five years off the sentence for the man who killed his landlord last year.
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Mohammed Majeed was back in court today- -three months after being sentenced the first time. His lawyers convinced the court to reconsider, because they felt the judge may have misunderstood what Majeed meant when he said HE was the victim of angry American people.
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Majeed immediately turned himself in to authorities- -calling 9-1-1- -right after he shot Christopher Hanes in a dispute over a 575-dollar security deposit. Judge Robert Pat Doherty (DOE-her-tee) reduced the sentence from 38 years to 33 years. Once Majeed gets out of prison, the judge said, he must not come within 100 miles of the Hanes children.
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A Georgia crematory operator will serve no more than 12-years behind bars after pleading guilty to dumping hundreds of bodies.
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Ray Brent Marsh faced nearly 800 charges of theft, abuse of a corpse, burial service fraud and making false statements. A plea agreement guarantees he'll spend no more than a dozen years in prison when he's sentenced in January. In court for today's plea, Marsh apologized to relatives of the deceased.
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Marsh took over his family crematory business in 1997. Prosecutors say he stopped performing cremations soon after. They say families were given cement dust instead of their relatives' ashes. After an anonymous tip in 2002, authorities found more than 300-decomposing bodies scattered around Marsh's property.



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Coming up next on the newscast, a new project to make sure senior citizens aren't forgotten this Christmas.
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Also doctors think they may have made a breakthrough in the treatment of breast cancer.
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Each year more than 200-thousand women are diagnosed with breast cancer and more than 40-thousand die. But now, decades of research are starting to pay off with new treatments that use the body's own immune system to attack and kill cancer. Doctor Sean Kenniff explains
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Children aren't the only ones in need of gifts this holiday season. That's why this year you'll find angel trees dedicated to senior citizens in our community.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details
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Shannon, This is all part of program that was piloted in Texas --that turned out to be a great success.
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Now the local office of Home Instead Senior Care is bringing the program to the Roanoke Valley. But it's not just a one time project --it will become a yearly event.
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The Angel trees we often see this time of year are a reminder of the many children in our community who are less fortunate -- but there may be just as many needy seniors.
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Mary Markham's Christmas list consists of the bare necessities little things she says will make the holidays a little brighter.
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That's why Home Instead Senior Care --hopes you will pick a senior's name off a tree this year to buy a special gift.
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The goal this year is fulfill the Christmas lists of more than 5-hundred seniors like Markham --who knows what it's like to spend Christmas alone with her cat.
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You can find a senior angel tree at Valley View Wal-Mart, Bonsack Wal-Mart and Tanglewood Mall. The trees will all be up Monday.
For more information or if you know a senior in need this holiday you can call 540-966-3399.
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Up next on the newscast, prepare to be "Dazzled", as basketball fans get ready for a big night at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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The Roanoke Dazzle is back for a 4th year and hoping to bring fans a great game of roundball tonight at their season opener.
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Brent Watts is at the Roanoke Civic Center with another team that will ALSO be heating up the court tonight.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Mike Stevens will tell us who is on the pole for the season's biggest race.
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Then a little bit later, Jerry Seinfeld's Puffy Shirt has a prestigous new home.
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Good evening everybody and welcome to the Friday ticker. We begin with the final qualifying effort of the season in Homestead Florida - the site of Sunday's Ford 400.
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Kurt Busch, the man who enters this final race in the Chase for the Nextel Cup Championship with an 18 point lead over Jimmie Johnson won the pole with a lap 179 point 319 mile an hour. Here's a look at the top 10 drivers with their points standing on the left and their qualifying position on the right.

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18th ranked Virginia battles 6 and 3 Georgia Tech tomorrow at one o'clock at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. Rambling Wreck coach Chan Gailey is concerned about UVa's overall package while Al Groh's focus is Yellow Jackets quarterback Reggie Ball.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies are getting a little rest and relaxation tonight after stomping the Maryland Terrapins last night 55-to-6.
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And no one needs the rest more than tailback Mike Imoh. After scoring the first two touchdowns of the game, Imoh injured his left hamstring and had to leave the game. Today, head trainer Mike Goforth told us that the injury will be treated cautiously and that they really won't make any decisions on his availablity until next Monday. Last night's win also took a toll on Maryland head coach Ralph Freidgen, who was down and out after getting beat by 49 points.
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[vo nat con't] Also, tonight the Hokies have admitted that they committed a secondary NCAA rules violation for providing athletes with a way to purchase creatine. Several athletes said strength coach Mike Gentry helped them obtain the muscle supplement at discounted prices. Tech's review confirmed that the violations were inadvertant and no major sanctions are expected from the NCAA.
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Friday Football Extra is coming your way tonight at 11:35 with the opening night of the playoffs. Take care everybody - have a safe weekend. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street today, the major markets finished sharply lower. Marcella Palmer tells us why.
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Jerry Seinfeld has made his mark on American pop culture, and he says's it "puffy, very puffy".
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Seinfeld's infamous "puffy shirt" was inducted into the Smithsonian National Museum of American History in Washington.
The shirt was worn by the comedian during an episode of his Seinfeld tv series. He says the shirt ranks right up there with some of the shows most memorable props but that it was really just a joke.

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((JERRY SEINFELD/ACTOR: And we fell in love with the word puffy. And then there were a few versions of the shirt until we felt that it really reached its proper puffiness.))
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The shirt will go on view November 24 in the museum's "Icons of Popular Culture" display, alongside Jim Henson's Kermit the Frog puppet and Dorothy's Ruby slippers from "The Wizard of Oz."
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