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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
Rain is likely to continue today, with tempeatures staying in the mid and upper 50s.
Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner has your Tuesday outlook, coming up.





[7-11Giles-Search]


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Police in Giles County now think the case of two missing persons is actually a murder-suicide.
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40-year-old Niklan Jones and 44-year-old Susan Daniels had been missing since Thursday,
[SUPER=03-Giles Co.;]

when authorities discovered Daniels' home burned to the ground. Jones' body was found Saturday near the home. An autopsy today revealed he died of self-inflicted knife wounds. Authorities say he also left a note.
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Tests also show the remains authorities found in the rubbleThursday were human, not animal as first thought. Officials say it still could take weeks or even months before they can positively match the remains to Daniels.
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[7-11Hite]


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Danville police say an inmate who walked away from a work detail has turned himself in.
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[TAKE APRISA FS]
33-year old Jarrett Tyrone Hite was on a crew washing cars at the Danville City Farm.
Officers realized he was missing about 2:30 yesterday afternoon.
Authorities found his prison clothes nearby. Police say Hite turned himself in around 2-o clock this morning.
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[7-11County-Courts]


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Five years and a million dollars later -- Roanoke County has its new courthouse annex -- built in a Salem landmark.
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Portions of the building were constructed around the turn of the 20th century as a livery stable, and it was used most recently by Salem Office Supply.
Concerns about the structure delayed the renovations, but the work is now almost complete.
Soon the building will house offices of the Roanoke County Sheriffs Department and the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Services Unit.
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[7-11CP-Films]


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A tornado two months ago will likely cost one company 10 million dollars.
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[SUPER=03-Henry Co./September]

That's the word from a company officials at CP Films. A tornado ripped through the area in September tearing off the roof, overturning cars and destroying buildings. But, two-months after the tornado, the roof is back on and interior repairs are almost finished.
[SUPER=04-Yesterday;]

Nearly 40-employees are still out of their offices and forced to share space, but company officials hope to have everyone in their rightful place by Christmas.
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[55-WXHeads]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
It's looking like a soggy day around the region, as rain lingers today and tonight.
Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner has the seven day outlook, in just a few minutes. But first
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[TAKE SCHOOLTOUCH FS]
Fishburn Park Elementary in Roanoke is closed today while crews repair a broken water line.
The school's expected to reopen Wednesday with a previously- scheduled two-hour early dismissal.

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Funeral arrangement are still being finalized for a Marine from Henry County who died while serving in Iraq.
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22 year old Lance Corporal Demarkus Brown was killed Friday as a result of enemy action.
Brown was a 1999 graduate of Laurel Park High School.
Upon graudation, he worked for a few years before joining the Marines a little over a year ago.
His friends point out Brown always wanted to be in the military.
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((SGT. KATHY PERDUE/U. S. MARINE CORPS: THAT'S A LOT OF THINGS A LOT OF PEOPLE DON'T REALIZE, THAT YOU CHOSE THE JOB YOU WANT. SO MARCUS WAS VERY MOTIVATED. HE REALLY WANTED TO DO THAT. HE WANTED TO SERVE HIS COUNTRY IN THAT WAY. HE WANTED TO BE OVER THERE DOING THE FIGHTING, HE WAS HAPPY TO DO THAT JOB.))
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Brown had been in Iraq since June.
He had planned to eventually return to Henry County and work in the local recruiting office.
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[55-11Veterans]


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The trauma of war can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder for some veterans.
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That's why the Salem V-A hospital is expanding its outpatient services to help those returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
A major focus is on encouraging veterans to seek help.
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((DAN LONNQUIST/CLINICAL PYSCHOLOGIST; DON'T WAIT 10 TO 15, 20 YEARS AND GO THROUGH A NUMBER OF MARRIAGES AND JOBS, COME IN NOW AND IT'S EASIER TO DEAL WITH A PROBLEM THEN HOPEFULLY THEN IT WILL HAVE LESS OF AN IMPACT ON YOUR LIFE ))
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A recent study found that about 15 percent of veterans returning from Iraq suffered from depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.
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[IN Q=Some of the symptoms]

((BOB COX/PROGRAM DIRECTOR; SOME OF THE SYMPTOMS THEY EXPERIENCE ARE SLEEP DISORDERS, NIGHTMARES, A LOT OF SAME SYMPTOMS AS DEPRESSION... SAD MOOD))
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For more information on the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder program at the Salem VA call 540-982-2463.
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[8Wx-Headline]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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[WRITER=kor]
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom...... We'll keep the chance for rain in the forecast today and tonight, with temperatures hovering in the 50s.
Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner has the complete forecast, coming up. But first
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[TAKE SCHOOLTOUCH FS]
Fishburn Park Elementary in Roanoke is closed today while crews repair a broken water line.
The school's expected to reopen Wednesday with a previously- scheduled two-hour early dismissal.
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[8-11Giles-Search]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=cutins]
[WRITER=myr]
[TAPE#=04-51 TC08:24]
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[ENG#=1]


Police now think the case of two missing people in Giles County is a murder-suicide.
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[VO-NAT]

40-year-old Niklan Jones and 44-year-old Susan Daniels had been missing since Thursday,
[SUPER=03-Giles Co.;]

when authorities discovered Daniels' home burned to the ground. Jones' body was found Saturday near the home. An autopsy today revealed he died of self-inflicted knife wounds. Authorities say he also left a note.
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[VO-NAT]

Tests also show the remains authorities found in the rubble Thursday were human, not animal as first thought. Officials say it still could take weeks or even months before they can positively match the remains to Daniels.
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[8-11Verizon]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Should Verizon be allowed to raise phone rates in rural Virginia?
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[SUPER=03-Richmond/Yesterday;]

That was the question before the State Corporation Commission yesterday in Richmond. Verizon says it has offered phone service to rural Virginians at below- cost rates for the past ten years. Something the company says it can no longer afford in a market where its competing with cell phones, and instant messaging.
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((HARRY MITCHELL/VERIZON SPOKESMAN: WHAT WE'RE LOOKING TO DO, ONCE AGAIN, IS TO BRING REGULATION MORE IN PLACE WITH THE MARKET SO THAT VERIZON WILL CONTINUE TO BE A PROVIDER WHO CAN SERVE THE MOST RURAL AREAS OF THE STATE .... AND BRING GOOD SERVICE QUALITY TO THE MOST RURAL AREAS OF THE STATE.))
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Montgomery County resident Irene Leech calls a potential increase unfair in rural Virginia where competition is scarce.
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[IN Q=It's unusual if we have]

((IRENE LEECH/CONSUMER ADVOCATE: IT'S UNUSUAL IF WE HAVE ACCESS TO CABLE. I DON'T HAVE IT OUT WHERE I LIVE AND MANY OF US HAVE SATELLITE TO COVER THAT, BUT THERE'S NOT TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTION OFFERED THROUGH SATELLITE AT THIS POINT.))

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The hearing continues today and a decision is expected by the end of the year.
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