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Coming up on News 7-
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Giles County authorities may have found the body of a missing man. President Bush attends a global summit, where the focus is nuclear weapons. And some local children get a mom and dad in Salem. Plus you'll need more than a sweet tooth to devour this piece of chocolate.
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News 7 is next.

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Giles County authorities believe they have found the body of a missing man, and are still looking for a woman they fear has met a similar fate.
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

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A group of volunteer searchers made the discovery around 10 o'clock this morning.
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Well known political activists 44 year old Susan Jean Daniels and 40 year old Niklan Matt Jones have been missing since Wednesday. Today, volunteer searchers found the body of a man authorities believe is Jones.
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On Thursday, a suspicious fire burned Daniels' house on Spruce Run Road to the ground. Authorities suspect it was a case of arson. The body was found on the property, about 500-yards away from where the house stood.
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There's no word on a cause of death. The body has been transported to the Medical Examiner's Office for an autopsy. Authorities will resume their search for Sue Daniels and any other evidence at the scene tomorrow morning.

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Jones was last seen leaving his home to attend an annual protest in Georgia. It's an event that both he and Daniels were arrested at last year.
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More than 10-thousand people gathered at the gates of Fort Benning to demand the closure of the School of Americas. It is a combat-training facility for Latin-American security personnel. The school has trained more than 60-thousand Latin Americans since its founding in the past 60 years.
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((CAROLE FERRARI/ PROTESTER: PEOPLE HERE ARE MAKING A STRONG CORRELATION BETWEEN THE SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS AND WHAT'S GOING ON IN IRAQ AND THE TENDENCY OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY TO BE SO VIOLENT.))
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The protest will continue through Sunday -- with a solemn 'funeral' procession through Columbus, Georgia to the gates of Fort Benning.
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[Bush]


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Nuclear worries overshadowed trade issues at the annual summit of Pacific Rim leaders today in Santiago, Chile. President George Bush is trying to turn up the heat on North Korea and Iran to end nuclear weapons programs. Kelly Cobiella reports.
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((The message to North Korea, one arm in President George Bush's axis of evil, could not have been more clear: It's time to get back to the bargaining table.
(president george bush)

"THE SIX PARTY TALKS WILL BE THE FRAMEWORK IN WHICH WE CONTINUE TO DISCUSS THE MUTUAL GOAL WE ALL HAVE, WHICH IS TO RID THE KOREAN PENNINSULA OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS." The president met with leaders of Asia and Russia on the first day of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, (generic arrivals) a gathering of 21 pacific rim nations, which started as a conference to boost trade, but has increasingly focused on security... and the threat of nuclear weapons from north korea and IRAN.
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"IT'S VERY IMPORTANT FOR THE IRANIAN GOVERNMENT TO HEAR THAT WE ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THEIR DESIRES.."
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It has also been a stage for anti-war protestors... Some 30-thousand demonstrators clogged santiago's streets Friday to protest the war in Iraq and MR. Bush's visit. Some of the protests turned violent after dark... (nats gunfire) Marchers opened fire on police and threw rocks and molotov cocktails.Three people were hurt.. nearly two hundred held by police. Economic issues were not completely ignored. In his speech to business leaders, Mister Bush tried to ease global concerns about the sinking value of the dollar... and pledged to work with Congress to reverse the trend. In New York, Kelly Cobiella, CBS News.))

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Congress has approved a 388 billion dollar spending bill that limits funds for scores of domestic programs. It includes money for a variety of local projects, including five-million dollars for the Roanoke Flood Control Project... a million dollars for the Virginia Horse Center... and a half million for renovations of the Dumas (Doo-muhs) Center. The bill is expected to reach President Bush's desk for signing next week.

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A mall that has been in decline for the last 20-years may be getting the boost it needs.
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The Crossroads Mall was built in the early 60s. The decline of crossroads began after the Valley View Mall opened it's doors. In 2001 the owners of the facility filed for bankruptcy. But, a real estate company out of Alabama hopes to breathe new life into the old building by renovating it. They plan on putting offices and new retail stores inside, as well as expanding the current Advance Auto Parts corporate office into the former Circuit City building space.
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A rap concert at the Roanoke Civic Center last weekend ended with a brawl and a police investigation.
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Fans came to the Civic Center last weekend to see the rap group G-Unit, featuring David Darnell Brown, also known as "Young Buck". Roanoke Police are investigating whether he had any involvement in a fight that broke out during the concert.
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((ROBYN SCHON:FROM WHAT WE UNDERSTAND A POLICE OFFICER WAS SHOVED BY A MEMBER OF THE BAND. WERE STILL WAITING TO SEE AN INCIDENT REPORT TO SEE HOW THE OFFICERS FOLLOWED UP WITH THAT.))
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Schon (Shahn) says the incident will not spell doom for future rap concerts at the Civic Center.
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((ROBYN SCHON:YES, WE PROBABLY WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A RAP ARTIST COME BACK TO TOWN, HOWEVER BEFORE WE DO THAT WITH ANY BAND WE'LL PROBABLY DELVE A LITTLE MORE INTO THEIR LYRICS.))
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Last week's incident may be the least of Young Buck's worries. The rapper was arrested today in connection with a stabbing that occurred at the Vibe Music Awards.
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[Adoption-Day]


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About 300 children in the Roanoke Valley are waiting to be adopted. But, thanks to an event today in Salem -- the wait is now over for some. Jeremy Butterfield explains.
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(( Saturday's Adoption Celebration at the Salem Civic Center recognized the families that have made the choice to adopt and inform those who are considering adopting a child. Organizers of the event say there is no shortage of children that need permanent homes.
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((BETTY MCCRARY:WE HAVE CURRENTLY 1700 CHILDREN IN VIRGINIA WHO'S GOAL IS ADOPTION. SO WE HAVE A LARGE VARIETY OF CHILDREN WHO ARE LOOKING FOR PLACEMENT.))
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Many children who are adopted have been living in foster care for most of their lives, something that may keep some people from considering adoption.
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((PHILIP TROPETER:WE WANT TO ELIMINATE THE MYTH THAT THESE ARE CHILDREN THAT ARE SOMEHOW NOT CAPABLE OF BEING ADOPTED AND THEY ARE AND THEY DO WELL AND THEY WANT A PERMANENT HOME.))
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((JEREMY BUTTERFIELD:NOT ONLY WAS THIS A DAY FOR PARENTS WITH ADOPTED CHILDREN TO COME OUT AND SUPPORT ONE ANOTHER, SEVEN FAMILIES IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY MADE THEIR ADOPTIONS FINAL.))
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((DAVID JONES:IT'S WONDERFUL TO KNOW THAT THE CHILDREN ARE THERE WITH US AND IT'S LOCKED THEM IN TO OUR HOME AND THEY HAVE A PLACE TO CALL HOME THEY CAN GROW UP AND STAY AS LONG AS THEY WANT.))
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David Jones added two more children to his family Saturday. He has now adopted five children. Six other couples also welcomed new additions to their families.
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((PHILIP TROMPETER:EVERY CHILD DESERVES TO HAVE A LOVING AND PERMANENT AND SAFE HOME WITH PEOPLE WHO THEY THINK HUNG THE MOON.))
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Organizers hope the celebration will help other foster children in our area find permanent and loving homes. Jeremy Butterfield, News 7, Salem.))

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Still to come on News 7 at 11, the world's oldest man passes away, leaving behind four generations family...
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and fighting continues in Fallujah, but insurgents have not let up in other parts of the country.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports office. Coming up later, UVA rolls past Georgia Tech in Atlanta, North Cross goes after a state private school title, and hoops were on tap for the Maroons in Salem. Plus, Rick Hendrick speaks for the first time since the plane crash that took his son and 8 others last month. All that and then mo

re on the way in sports.))[Iraq]


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U-S Marines and soldiers continue battling pockets of resistance in Fallujah, but insurgent attacks continue elsewhere. Charlie D'Agata has more.
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(( This time, militants trained their sites on on Baghdad. A car bomb exploded in the city center, reportedly just as a US convoy had passed by. Two Iraqi civilians were killed, but no American troops were hurt. Insurgents stormed a Baghdad police station, ambushed a US military patrol... ...and rampaged the neighborhood where the day before US troops raided a Sunni mosque, in which four Iraqis were killed in fighting. The new eruption of violence near the mosque took three hours for US and Iraqi forces to bring under control. In the western part of the city, gunmen assassinated a senior Iraqi minister and four employees from.her office.
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Later, on the dangerous stretch of road that leads to the airport, another bomb went off...again, the target was a military convoy... US military officials say the blast wounded five American soldiers, and damaged two armored vehicles. As night fell, a gunbattle erupted not far from the day's attack. BRIDGE: IN THE LIGHT OF THE VIOLENCE SWEEPING IRAQ, THE US MILITARY HAS STEPPED BACK FROM ONE GENERAL'S CLAIM THAT THE INVASION OF FALLUJAH HAS BROKEN THE BACK OF THE INSURGENCY. IF ANYTHING, THE VIOLENCE HAS PROVEN THAT MILITANTS ARE CAPABLE LAUNCHING ATTACKS WITHOUT FALLUJA. As residents of the city bury the dead, securing the city may be some way off -- US military officials say it's still too dangerous for some 200,000 people to return. One person who HAS come home -- Polish hostage Teresa Khalifa, releasedby her captors, now safely back in Poland. A glimmer of light, in what remains a very dark, dangerous place.))

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The world's oldest man has died.
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Fred Hale Senior of Syracuse, New York -- died in his sleep yesterday while trying to recover from pneumonia. Recorded as the world's oldest man -- Hale was just 12-days shy of his 114th birthday. Hale had eleven great-great-grandchildren and last month, he watched his lifelong favorite baseball team, the Boston Red Sox, win the World Series again after 86 years. The Guinness World Records says the new world's oldest living man is now a German who's 111.
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Still ahead on the newscast, some Roanokers get an early start on the holiday season...
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and one grinch gets stuck trying to do his best Santa impression.
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Today marks the end of National Homeless Awareness week and with the cold weather approaching officials say they need help now more than ever.
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There are more than four hundred homeless people living in Roanoke. Families and individuals living on the street will be looking for help as the cold weather approaches.
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((DAREN GUNTER:THE COLD WEATHER BRINGS THE THREAT OF HYPOTHERMIA AND FROST BITE FOR PEOPLE WHO LIVE ON THE STREET. SO FOR PEOPLE WHO LIVE ON THE STREET AND ARE CHRONICALLY HOMELESS THERE IS A THREAT OF THE ELEMENTS.))
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The TRUST home in Roanoke is one of seven homeless shelters in the area. Gunter says the winter months will make it hard to find enough room, food, and clothing for their residents. He says they are always looking for volunteers and donations, and are asking for supplies, especially winter jackets.


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The first holiday parade of the season marched through Roanoke today.
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The Grandin Road Merchants' Holiday Parade started at the intersection of Grandin and Brandon roads and ended at the Grandin Theater. There were clowns, marching bands, and uniformed honor guards walking the parade route this year. The parade has been going on for more than twenty years and usually marks the beginning of the holiday season.
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It wasn't Santa who tried to climb down the chimney of one family's home in California.
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Long Beach police say a burglary suspect had to be rescued from a chimney early this morning, after he got stuck trying to break into a home. Officers say the man was screaming for help for about 30 or 40 minutes before someone heard him. Fire officials came to his rescue, and were able to pull him out by his wrist after lowering a rope down from the fire truck ladder. Police then arrested the man. No one was at the home at the time.
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Coming up, the Wahoos win at Georgia Tech for the first time since 1994, Roanoke College opens the hoops season, and Rick Hendrick speaks at Homestead, but first our extra point,
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the NBA has handed down indefinite suspensions for the Pacers Ron Artest, Jermaine O'Neal, and Stephen Jackson, and the Pistons Ben Wallace for their part in last night's brawl at the Palace in Auburn Hills. Police are conducting a thorough investigation and hope to hand the case off to prosecutors in the next few days and charges could be filed before Thanksgiving.
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[S-Hoos]


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The home team had won nine straight games in the Virginia-Georgia Tech series. But today the Cavaliers put an end to the trend at Bobby Dodd Stadium, improving to 9 and 2 on the season.
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Al Groh got plenty of contributions from just about everybody this afternoon.
Alvin Pearman rushed for 91 yards and had two touchdowns including this 6 yarder that opened the scoring late in the first quarter.
Pearman setup his second score with some fancy footwork off the screen pass. The play went for 43 yards to the Tech two yard line thanks to some nice blocking.
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Marcus Hamilton had two interceptions, and the defense forced 4 total turnovers whipping the Jackets 30 to 10.
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Elsewhere in the top 25, Auburn overcame a 6-nothing halftime deficit in the Iron Bowl to beat Alabama. Jason Campbell rallied the Tigers past the Tide with 216 yards thru the air and a TD as Auburn won it 21-13.
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At the Horshoe in Columbus, Ohio State got 2 TD passes and a TD run from Troy Smith to beat up on Michigan 37-21.


The Wolverines though will still head to the Rose Bowl thanks to Wisconsin's loss to Iowa.
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And since fighting seems to be popular these days, Clemson and South Carolina resorted to fisticuffs in the second half of their cross state rivalry game this afternoon. It took 15 minutes to restore order. Clemson won the game 29 to 7.
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[S-Cross]


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The North Cross Raiders went after a Division One private school state title today against Blessed Sacrament-Huguenot, the defending state champs.
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The Raiders won the earlier meeting between the two this season.
The visitors led 7-nothing and punched it in again as Gabe Ward went over from a couple of yards out to make it a 2 touchdown game.
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A little later, Ward getting things done again, going right up the gut for six more. Blessed Sacrament led it 21 to nothing and went on to win it by a final of 26 to 7.
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In Division Two, Lynchburg Christian took out Virginia Episcopal 32 to 26 in overtime.

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Page Moir began his 16th season on the Roanoke College sideline tonight as his Maroons tipped things off in the Salem Bank & Trust tournament against Farmingdale State.
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Moir's troops got off to a fast start in the opener.
Check out Clint Zimmerman who spots up and buries the 3 ball from the right wing to get the party started for the Noke.
The Maroons then work the rock to Kevinn Hunter down low. The big fella makes the nifty move and scores in traffic for 2 of his 14.
Then there was more outside dart work from Tee Jackson who had a career high 15 points. He sticks another long range jumper.
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Roanoke held a nine point halftime lead, but had to hang on for the 72-69 win. The Maroons will face Goucher, a 73-66 winner over Kenyon College in tomorrow's 3 o'clock championship.
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Martin Truex, Junior clinched the Busch Series title last weekend, and today he finished 9th at Homestead.
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There was little drama but plenty of wrecks in South Florida this afternoon in the Ford 300.
Clint Bowyer and Johnny Sauter get together and get to hit the showers early.
Kevin Harvick held off Jamie McMurray on several late restarts to take the checkered flag. Harvick, the 2001 series champ closes out an otherwise disappointing season.
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Rick Hendrick returned to the track in Homestead today for the first time since the tragic plane crash that took the lives of 9 members of the Henrdrick Motorsports family, including Hendrick's son Ricky. He says that while the last few weeks have been unbearable, he is now committed more than ever to the sport of racing.
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Hendrick drivers Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson start 5th and 39th respectively in tomorrow's Ford 400, the season finale. Both have a legitimate shot at the Nextel Cup.

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It's like something out of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory.
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The world's largest slab of fudge was unveiled today at the Magnificent Mile Lights Festival in Chicago. The giant fugdge weighs-in at *two-thousand-100 pounds* and measures 18-inches high, and 48-inches deep. But, the most impressive numbers may be the amount of calories it contains -- FOUR-million plus! The previous world record for the largest piece of fudge was held by a fudge company in Ontario, Canada at *two-thous(------------) and-two pounds.*