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They're looking for extras to appear in the movie with Tom Cruise and Tim Robbins in Rockbridge County. Details of the casting call coming up.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Along with the rush to the mall- -and an alternative: the oldest retailer in town.

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Tonight in sports, Nebraska will miss a bowl game for the first time in 36 years, and
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the time for talk is over, as the Hokies and Hoos prepare to get down to business tomorrow at Lane Stadium.
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Looks like a mixture of wet and dry weather this weekend. Friday Football extra fans should bundle up tonight with game time temperatures in the 30's. [Open]
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[IN Q=We've only heard rumors...]

((DAVID BLACKWELL/ROCKBRIDGE CO. RESIDENT; WE'VE ONLY HEARD RUMORS THAT IT'S EVEN GOING TO BE HERE. WE'VE HEARD DIFFERENT LOCATIONS IN THE COUNTY. THE ONLY THING WE'VE SEEN IS A COUPLE TOUR BUSES.))
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[OUT Q=couple of tour busses.]
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The word is out in Rockbridge County. But local residents want to know exactly where parts of a major motion picture will be filmed.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[War-Worlds]


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It's no secret that parts of The War of the Worlds will be filmed in Rockbridge County. But is not well known exactly where Tom Cruise, Tim Robbins, and Steven Spielberg will be working. Richard Lesko says hundreds of local aspiring actors may get a chance to perform.
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(( The big-budget flick War of the Worlds will soon be coming to some sleepy communities in Rockbridge County. But the biggest secret in town is where.
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[IN Q=From what we're being...]

((LINDA BAUMANN/ROCKBRIDGE CO. RESIDENT; FROM WHAT WE'RE BEING TOLD, SECURITY IS GOING TO BE VERY TIGHT. ONLY CERTAIN PEOPLE WILL BE ALLOWED INTO WHERE THEY ARE FILMING. ALL THIS IS SPECULATION AND RUMORS. I KNOW ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ABOUT IT FOR FACT.))
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[OUT Q=about it for fact.]

In a press release, Paramount Pictures says the film will be shot locally December 13th through the 16th. And with the star power of Tom Cruise and Tim Robbins many people are hoping to get in on the action.
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[IN Q=I know the area...]

((LINDA BAUMANN/ROCKBRIDGE CO. RESIDENT; I KNOW THE AREA PRETTY WELL, SO MAYBE WE COULD LOOK DOWN ON IT IF NOTHING ELSE. WHEREVER IT IS, IF IT'S TRUE THAT ITS COMING HERE AND GOING TO BE NEAR ME. HECK YES, I WANT TO SEE WHAT'S GOING ON.))
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[OUT Q=heck yes, I want to see what's going on.]

David Blackwell lives near one of the locations it's rumored will be used. He says he was not familiar with the story, so he rented the original film to see what all the excitement was about.
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[IN Q=I thought it was kinda...]

((DAVID BLACKWELL/ROCKBRIDGE CO. RESIDENT; I THOUGHT IT WAS KINDA BORING, BUT I'M SURE THIS ONE WILL BE BETTER.))
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[OUT Q=one will be better.]

[BUTT BUTT BUTT]
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[IN Q=Paramount Studios...]

((RICHARD LESKO/RLESKO@WDBJ7.COM; PARAMOUNT STUDIOS SAYS IT WILL BE NEEDING HUNDREDS OF EXTRAS FOR THE FILM. THAT'S WHY THEY ARE HOLDING AN OPEN CASTING CALL HERE AT THE ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ON DECEMBER 4TH. RICHARD LESKO, NEWS 7, ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY.))
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The extra auditions will be from 8 A-M until four in the afternoon. Anyone who auditions is asked to bring a non-returnable recent snapshot of themselves. Paramount wants people of all types and ages to play survivors of the cinematic battle with aliens, and physically fit men and women to play National Guardsmen.

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A man that Roanoke Sheriff's officials describe as atransient passed out in the City jail Saturday night and later died in a local hospital. Fifty-six year old Roger Markham had been picked up Saturday morning outside a bar on Williamson Road for being drunk in public. Jail officials say as guards made their usual rounds in the jail about eight o'clock Saturday evening, they found Markham unresponsive. Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Erin Barnhart says Markham had a pulse and was still breathing when he left the jail for the hospital. She was unable to provide a cause of death.

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It's unclear how badly fire damaged a home in Franklin County this morning.
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Shortly after three-A-M, firefighters responded to the house at 420 Plainview Lane in the Boones Mill area. Residents escaped unharmed. No one was injured. Tanker trucks had to be brought in for water, because of the home's remote location. Officials won't speculate on what caused the blaze, or on how much damage was done.
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[Shopping]


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Black Friday shoppers left no store unchecked today as the promise of deals and discounts brought out the masses.
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Today is historically one of the biggest retail days of the year. Shoppers were out early this morning hunting for deals and fighting for parking spots.
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((JULIE FLESHMAN:I'VE BEEN OUT SINCE SIX THIS MORNING AND I'VE GOTTEN A WHOLE LOT ACCOMPLISHED.)) ((LISA MCKINLEY:THE CROWDS NOT TO BAD. TRAFFIC WAS A LITTLE BAD. BUT NONE THE LESS WE HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL.)) ((SHIRLEY MORGAN:WELL WE GOT UP HERE EARLY SO WE DIDN'T HAVE ANY TROUBLE PARKING, NOW THAT MAY BE DIFFERENT GOING OUT.))
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[OUT Q=may be different going out.]
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For those not brave enough to face the crowds today, there are 28 shopping days until Christmas.
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[Pawn-Brokers]


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If you are having trouble finding the perfect gift or getting personal service in the mall, you may want to try shopping in Lynchburg's oldest downtown business.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( It's not the mall or even one of those big-box chain stores with millions in merchandise.
What L. Oppleman's IS is the oldest pawnshop in America ... and if the day after Thanksgiving was any indication, Oppleman's will remain a fixture in downtown Lynchburg for decades to come.
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((WOULD YOU LIKE TO TRY IT ON?))
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For 115 years, people have bought, sold and traded everything from CDs to swords ... from diamonds to drills.
Today's crowd shows that customers are learning it's okay to do their Christmas shopping in a pawnshop.
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((DAVID SOMERS/L. OPPLEMAN'S OWNER: I THINK THEY'RE LOSING THAT CONNOTATION OF BEING A SEEDY PLACE FOR STOLEN GOODS AND A LOT MORE PEOPLE ARE COMING IN FOR MORE LIKE TREASURE HUNTS AND JUST THINGS THAT THEY CAN FIND AT A GOOD VALUE.))
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[OUT Q=a good value.]

[Standup ] ((While many retailers live and die by the holiday economic forecasts, none of that matters in the pawnshop business. When the economy is going well, business is great ... when it's in a slump, business is even better.))
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[OUT Q=is even better.]


At Oppleman's, things are going so well, they need to expand next door ... a vote of confidence in downtown.
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((SOMERS: WHAT I'VE FOUND IS IF YOU OFFER PEOPLE VALUE, NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE, THEY'RE GOING TO COME FIND YOU. AND I THINK DOWNTOWN IS STARTING TO TURN IN THAT DIRECTION, I THINK YOU'RE GOING TO GET A LOT OF SPECIALTY SHOPS, PEOPLE THAT CAN OFFER VALUE DOWNTOWN, THERE'S A LOT OF TAX INCENTIVES DOWNTOWN. I THINK DOWNTOWN'S GOING THROUGH A NEW RE-BIRTH AND IT'S GOING TO BE A GREAT SCENARIO DOWN HERE.))
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[OUT Q=scenario down here.]


Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg. ))


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Still to come on the newscast, for the first time in a century, the state capitol is getting a new look.
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Also... think you can name the top tourist spot in our region? The real answer may surprise you.
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General Electric will help bail US Airways out of bankrupcty.
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The airline says GE has agreed to some aircraft leasing and 140-million dollars in short-term financing. US Airways will also have to do more cost cutting. The deal still has to be approved by bankruptcy court. US Airways has filed for bankruptcy twice in the past two years. Meantime, the company's responding to increased sick calls and strike votes by offering employees incentives just for showing up for their holiday shifts. The flight attendants' union has begun mailing out strike ballots to its five-thousand members.
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Tourists seem to have found a new "hot spot" in our area... Wytheville. According to a recent survey by the Virginia Tourism Corporation, the town is one of the most visited places in western Virginia. New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel DePompa set out to learn why.
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((Experts always say... location is everything... The town of Wytheville may finally prove it.
NATS: Car in downtown....
With roughly 8-thousand residents, this quiet community is quickly becoming one of the top 15 places to visit in Virginia.

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[IN Q=I wouldn't think so]

((KATHY WILLIAMS: I WOULDN'T THINK SO.. WE DON'T HAVE THE STORES REALLY. THAT BIGGER PLACES HAVE)) [RUNS:07]
[OUT Q=places have.]


But the town does have Interstates 77 and 81. An estimated 50-thousand motors pass through each day. That could be the biggest reason Wytheville ranks 14th on a list of statewide places experience by those traveling to Virginia last year.

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[IN Q=Wytheville even]

((RACHEL DEPOMPA: WYTHEVILLE EVEN BEAT OUT PLACES LIKE ABINGDON AND LEXINGTON. 6 PERCENT OF THOSE SURVEYED SAID THEY COME HERE. )) [RUNS:07]
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[IN Q=It's small town]

((LORI UMBERGER: IT'S SMALL TOWN, BUT IT'S NOT TOO AWFUL SMALL. AND ITS A PRETTY PLACE TO BE IN THE MOUNTAINS AND NICE PLACE.)) [RUNS:07]
[OUT Q=and nice place.]


So what keeps all these visitors in town? Officials say, for one the Wohlfahrt Haus Dinner Theatre, the old fashioned downtown, and it's civil war history.

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[IN Q=We've got]

((GEORGE JOYCE: WE'VE GOT SO MUCH GOING ON AND WE HAVE A LOT OF STUFF COMING UP , NEW2 STUFF. AND IT'S JUST A NICE PLACE TO TRAVEL . TO SHOP AND STUFF. I THINK)) [RUNS:09]
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It's estimated travelers spend 75-million dollars a year in this bustling community. NATS: Car going by. Rachel DePompa, News 7, Wytheville.))
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[TAKE APRISA PAGE FULL] According to the survey... Richmond was the number one hot spot, followed by Williamsburg, Virginia Beach, Arlington County and Alexandria.
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[Capitol-Rennovations]


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As home to the state legislature for more than 200- years, Virginia's capitol building has seen lots of changes.

But as Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer Wishon reports, it's been a century since any major work's been done to help it face the future.
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((NATS OF CEMENT TRUCK.))
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At Virginia's capitol, these days, hard hats are just as fitting an attire as suits. The state treasure is now well into it's face-lift... the first major one in nearly a hundred years.
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[IN Q=The capitol is over]

((JAMES WOOTTON: THE CAPITOL IS OVER 200- YEARS OLD. THE WINGS THAT WERE ADDED FOR THE HOUSE AND SENATE CHAMBERS IN 1904 ARE APPROACHING ONE HUNDRED YEARS OLD.))
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[OUT Q=one hundred years old]

To bring it into 21st Century, crews are digging a 70- foot hole in the south lawn for an underground expansion. Set to house an exhibit and learning area. Crews are also working to remove the building's stucco. 200 year old bricks are now fully exposed on the west wing.
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[IN Q=In 1787, the General Assembly]

((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: IN 1787, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY HAD JUST APPROVED MOVING THE CAPITOL FROM WILLIAMSBURG TO RICHMOND. TO KEEP OPPOSITION AT BAY, CONSTRUCTION ON THE NEW CAPITOL BEGAN BEFORE THOMAS JEFFERSON'S PLANS ARRIVED. AS A RESULT, THE FOUNDATION IS TOO BIG FOR THE BUILDING.))
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((JIM ROBERTS: SO ESSENTIALLY WHAT YOU HAVE IS AN AREA THAT'S KEEPING WATER CLOSE TO THE BUILDING KIND OF LIKE A SWIMMING POOL.))
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[OUT Q=like a swimming pool]

To ensure the building's foundation isn't disturbed some 50- seismographs constantly record the capitol's every move while crews excavate the lawn. In fact, the Department of General Services is taking great steps to preserve every piece of the capitol from the top of the rotunda to the dirt that surrounds the portico.
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[IN Q=The stairs, along with all]

((JIM ROBERTS: THE STAIRS, ALONG WITH ALL OF THE DIRT AND NUMBER OF OTHER THINGS ARE BEING STORED IN A SECURE LOCATION.))
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((IRA'S CHOICE OF NAT SOUND))

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[IN Q=In full summer]

((JAMES WOOTTON: IN FULL SUMMER YOU ALMOST CAN'T SEE THE SUPREME COURT BUILDING.))
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When everything is complete even the gardens of Capitol Square will have been modified to reflect different eras. Work is slated for completion in late 2006- just in time to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown... paving the way for the next hundred years of Virginia's future. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Richmond.))


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Investors on Wall Street left work early today, and in the process left things almost unchanged. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
The DOW gained not quite two points; NASDAQ off about half a point.
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[Red-Cross]


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The Red Cross is taking advantage of the rivalry between the UVA and Virginia Tech fans.
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Blood donors for the last week were given the CHANCE to win either a Virginia Tech football signed by the entire Hokie team, or a UVA football signed by Coach Al Groh.
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((DR. ARMITAGE:CONTRARY TO THE WAY PEOPLE SOMETIMES PEOPLE FEEL ABOUT FOOTBALL ITS NOT REALLY LIFE OR DEATH. TODAY WE HAVE GOT A THING GOING WITH OUR BLOOD DONORS TO ALLOW THEM TO COME IN SUPPORT THEIR FOOTBALL TEAM AND ACTUALLY SAVE A LIFE IN THE SAME PROCESS.))
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Armitage says blood and platelet donors are needed during the holiday season more than ever. He hopes that themed blood drives will encourage people to donate. The drawing for the two footballs will be on Monday.
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Coming up, Tech and UVA put finishing touches on their preparations for their 85th meeting tomorrow in Blacksburg, and
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JMU opens the 1-double A playoffs Saturday at Lehigh. We'll hear from the Dukes Mickey Matthews coming up next.
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[S-Tech]


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Last year the Hokies not only lost to the Cavs, but their four game winning streak over their rivals was snapped in the process as the Commonwealth Cup was taken to the other side of Afton Mountain. It was a day Frank Beamer would like to forget, but one that still sticks out in his memory.
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[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/8 and 9 Against Virginia; ;10]
[SUPER=01-Jim Davis/Plays Final Home Game for VT; :40]
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[OUT Q=....PLAY FOR THIS WEEK."]
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[S-UVA]


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The motivation for both teams should be more than enough incentive to be ready to play. ACC title implications, the Commonwealth Cup and bragging rights come to mind.
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[SUPER=01-Al Groh/UVa Head Football Coach; :00]
[SUPER=01-Elton Brown/UVa Senior Offensive Guard; :34]
[SUPER=01-Dennis Haley/UVa Senior Linebacker; :45]
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[S-JMU]


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The JMU Dukes hit the road for Lehigh tomorrow to battle the Mountain Hawks in a 12:30 kickoff in Round One of the Division 1-double A playoffs. Both teams enter the contest with identical 9 and 2 records. Dukes Head Coach Mickey Matthews hopes his team can find some success thru the air.
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[OUT Q=a little bit the last two weeks."]
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The winner of that game will advance to face the Furman-Jacksonville State winner next week.

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[WIPE TO ENG!!]
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Colorado stayed alive for a berth in the Big 12 championship game today by beating Nebraska 26 to 20. Bobby Purify rushed for 130 yards and a TD for the Buffs. Nebraska finished the season with 4 straight losses, will not go to a bowl game for the first time in 36 years, and will suffer its first losing season since 1961.
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