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A windy morning knocks down trees and knocks out power to thousands of homes and at least one school system.
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And, insurgents haven't given up efforts to derail the upcoming elections in Iraq.
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The showers are gone but the wind continues to howl. When will the wind begin to diminish? I'll have your sunny forecast.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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High winds blow through the area, leaving downed trees, and thousands without power.
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More than eleven-thousand households in Southwest Virginia are without power today because of the winds.
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A-E-P says it's trying to repair dozens of scattered outages throughout the area, mostly due to trees falling on power lines. In Roanoke, about 34-hundred customers lost power this morning, about 17-hundred are still without power. A-E-P reminds everyone NOT to go near downed power lines, and call to report an outage.
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A power outage has led at least one school system to close early. Grayson County Schools, with the exception of Mount Rogers, will close at 12:30.
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V-DOT is also advising that high winds are causing some problems for drivers, especially near Fancy Gap.

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The city of Lynchburg is in the market for a new school superintendent.
James McCormick is leaving to run a school system in North Carolina.
The school board announced his resignation yesterday.
McCormick has been Lynchburg's superintendent for more than 14 years.
His deputy, Paul McKendrick, will take over until the board names a replacement.

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Forces in Iraq say they've arrested more than 200 militants in a week- long sweep in an area south of Baghdad known as the ``triangle of death.''
Kimberly Dozier has more on the coaltion's fight to make sure the January elections take place, as well as the insurgent efforts to prevent that from happening.
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THERE WAS ANOTHER OF THE NEAR-DAILY ATTACKS ON BAGHDAD'S AIRPORT ROAD, APPARENTLY DIRECTED AT THE KIND OF FOUR-WHEEL-DRIVE VEHICLES USED BY COALITION DIPLOMATS AND CONTRACTORS.

(VO: insurgent video)

INSURGENTS ALSO RELEASED MORE GRAPHIC VIDEO SHOWING ATTACKS ON US FORCES - PART OF A CAMPAIGN OF RHETORIC DESIGNED TO BOTH RECRUIT MORE FIGHTERS, AND TO SCARE IRAQIS INTO STAYING AWAY FROM THE POLLS.

(VO: toddler with ak47)

THIS TODDLER IS URGED TO RISE UP, AGAINST THE OCCUPIERS.

(VO: uk raid video crackdown pix?)

COALITION CRACKDOWNS AGAINST MILITANTS ARE CONTINUING AT A BLISTERING PACE - WITH ONLY A BIT OVER TWO MONTHS TO CONVINCE PEOPLE THAT THEY ARE THE WINNING SIDE, ABLE TO KEEP WOULD-BE VOTERS SAFE.

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THE US AMBASSADOR TO IRAQ TOLD CBS NEWS, MUCH OF THE COUNTRY IS READY TO VOTE.

(SOT John Negroponte, US Ambassador to Iraq, )

"If the elections were held uh today eh we believe they could be successfully conducted in at 15 of the 18 provinces in this country."

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AND IN THE NEXT TWO MONTHS, US OFFICIALS HOPE FURTHER CRACKDOWNS, LIKE THE ONE IN FALLUJAH, WILL ALSO MAKE THOSE AREAS SAFE TO VOTE. BUT MANY PEOPLE THERE ARE STILL BITTER...AND AFRAID.

(VO: guy in silhouette)

IN BAGHDAD, SOME SAY ANY INVOLVEMENT IN ELECTIONS CAN GET YOU KILLED.

(SOT frightened would be voter)

"They want to control your vote, they want to control or to limit your opinion, they want to control your life."

(ON CAMERA CLOSE/ KIMBERLY DOZIER REPORTING.)

So many in Baghdad, at least, say they'll stay away from the polls. US officials are not discouraged, however. They say they still have two months to change their minds. KD, CBS News, Baghdad
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The most notorious Army reservist involved in the Iraqi prisoner abuse scandal is back in court today.
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Lynndie England is appearing at a pre-trial hearing at Fort Bragg for her role in abuse at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

England faces a court martial January 18th-- and could receive a sentence of up to 38 years in prison.
She's one of seven reservists charged with humiliating and abusing detainees.
Her attorneys, however, say England is a scapegoat for a military gone wild.
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A Botetourt County man who killed his cousin will spend 18 years in prison.
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Milan Goins pleaded no contest to the 2003 murder of David Bowman.
Yesterday, Goins was sentenced to 43 years in prison, but much of it was suspended.
He'll end up serving 18.
Goins also attempted to escape after his arrest in North Carolina. He pled no contest to charges from that incident, but has not yet been sentenced.
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President Bush returns from the first Presidential trip to Canada in ten years.
After the break, he avoids protesters, and thanks the Canadian people.
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Plus some Greek lawyers are ready to sue Oliver Stone.
His new movie "Alexander" hasn't even opened in the country, but it's already causing controversy.
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President Bush wraps up his two- day trip to Canada today with a "thank you" visit to Nova Scotia.
This is the first official visit to Canada by an American President, in 10 years.
Jennifer Miller has more from Washington.
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(Halifax, Nova Scotia)

ONE DAY AFTER PRESIDENT BUSH AND CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER PAUL MARTIN DISCUSSED TOUCHY AND DIVISIVE SUBJECTS OF TRADE ... THE PRESIDENT IS EXTENDING A PERSONAL THANK YOU TO PEOPLE OF HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA.

(SOT BUSH: 11:03:54 you brought food, arranged for calls and you asked

for nothing in return )
THE SEA-SIDE CITY WAS ONE OF SEVERAL IN CANADA TO OPEN ITS DOORS TO SOME 30-THOUSAND AMERICANS WHEN THE U-S CLOSED ITS AIRSPACE AFTER THE NINE-ELEVEN ATTACKS.
TODAY'S VISIT TO NOVA SCOTIA WRAPS UP MISTER BUSH'S TWO-DAY TRIP ... THE FIRST OFFICIAL VISIT TO CANADA BY AN AMERICAN PRESIDENT IN 10 YEARS.

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YESTERDAY, CANADIANS PROTESTING THE WAR IN IRAQ AND OTHER AMERICAN POLICIES RALLIED OUTSIDE PARLIAMENT WHILE THE TWO LEADERS DISCUSSED ENDING THE U-S BAN ON CANADIAN CATTLE AND SETTLING DISPUTES OVER THE LUMBER TRADE.
THE TWO COUNTRIES -- WHO COMPRISE THE WORLD'S LARGEST TRADING PARTNERSHIP -- ALSO DISCUSSED BORDER SECURITY ... AN INCREASING CONCERN AFTER NINE-ELEVEN.

SOT: Paul Martin/Canadian Prime Minister 10:54:25 we must defend

borders...whatever needs to be done
STANDUP CLOSE: ALTHOUGH THE NATIONS REMAIN DEEPLY DIVIDED ON THE WAR IN IRAQ ... THIS VISIT WAS A CORDIAL ONE. DESIGNED TO MEND FENCES WITH A RELATIVELY NEW PRIME MINISTER... AND AN OLD AMERICAN ALLY.

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Friends of two well known political activists say their memories will be kept alive by others who will carry the torch.
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Sue Daniels and Niklan Jones died this month in an apparent murder suicide.
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Police say Jones killed Daniels, then set her Giles County home on fire before killing himself. Last night more than 50 mourners held candles and signs to honor the legacy of the pair.
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((SUSAN ANDERSON: SOME OF US ARE ALREADY CARRYING THE TORCH, OTHERS ARE MAYBE PICKING UP THE TORCH... BUT :28 WE JUST WANTED TO THE COMMUNITY TO KNOW THAT ACTIVISM DIDN'T DIE WITH SUE. :34 THOUGH SHE WAS ONE OF THE BEST ACTIVIST WE HAD. ))
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Friends say Daniels was also a great scientist in Virginia Tech's graduate program. One professor says, she was one of the most brilliant biologists to come through Tech in quite some time.
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Opponents of a proposed regional jail in Roanoke County say they don't believe what supervisors are telling them about the need to rush ahead with the project. Justin McLeod has more on last night's meeting, where hundreds came out to show their displeasure at county leaders.
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If you were to ever visit the Roanoke County jail, you would find what many believe is a serious overcrowding problem.
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That's because the jail was built twenty years ago to house 108 inmates.
These days that number has tripled.
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((GERALD HOLT/ROANOKE CO. SHERIFF: WE'RE ABLE TO MANAGE IT BUT WE'RE GETTING INTO A CRITICAL CONDITION UNTIL WE CAN GET SOME RELIEF.)) [Runs06]
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Relief that could come by building a new 600 bed facility.
The county wants to build the jail in the Dixie Caverns area and is looking at two sites near West River Road.
County leaders say, of the twelve sites considered, those two affect the fewest people.
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((ELMER HODGE/COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR: THE LOCATION IS VERY GOOD AND IT'S FAR ENOUGH FROM RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES THAT WE REALLY DON'T THINK IT'S GOING TO BE A PROBLEM.)) [Runs06]
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Nearby residents disagree.
More than three hundred people showed up for a community meeting at the Salem Civic Center. ((NAT SOUND ON MEETING TAPE 2 AT 7:00 SAYING "IF I WAS DONALD TRUMP I WOULD SAY TO YOU YOU'RE FIRED"))
They're angry that Supervisors will vote on the site only three weeks after the proposal was announced.
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[IN Q=Don't shove it]

((HERMAN LOWE/OPPOSES JAIL: DON'T SHOVE IT DOWN OUR THROATS ALL AT IT ONCE. WE HAVEN'T HAD TIME TO GATHER OUR THOUGHTS TOGETHER REAL GOOD.)) [Runs06]
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The county argues it must act now to meet a March deadline for state funding.
Opponents aren't buying it.
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((JOHN HAMON/OPPOSES JAIL: DON'T USE THE STATE DEADLINE AS AN EXCUSE TO TAKE AWAY THE TAX PAYING CITIZENS RIGHT TO HAVE DIRECT INPUT.)) [Runs07]
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: RIGHT NOW, SUPERVISORS ARE SCHEDULED TO VOTE ON THIS AT ITS DECEMBER 7TH MEETING. BY CHOOSING A SITE, THE COUNTY CAN THEN CONDUCT AN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY TO DETERMINE WHETHER THE LOCATION IS FEASIBLE. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.))))

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A national task force of veterinarians and researchers is investigating the link between the rabies vaccine and cancer in cats.
It seems some cats develop a tumor at the site where the injection is given.
As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton reports, there seems to be problems with other shots as well.
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(( Dr. Kimberly Jessup says veterarians are not sure just how common it is for a cat to develop cancer from the rabies vaccine -- while it appears to be rare -- she says there is definitely a risk.
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((IT IS LINKED NOT ONLY THE RABIES VACCINE BUT ALSO THE LEUKEMIA VACCINE, AND EVEN ANYTHING GIVEN BY INJECTION IN CATS. SO WE TRY TO WEIGHT THE RISK AND BENEFITS FOR ANYTHING WE INJECT INTO A CAT BECAUSE WE KNOW THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR TUMOR FORMATION))
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That's why at Vetenarians to Cats --they have even switched rabies vaccines -- giving a version that doesn't contain foreign materials --hoping this will decrease the cancer risk.
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((WE HAVE NOT SEEN A TUMOR DEVELOP FROM THIS VACCINE. WE'VE ONLY BEEN USING IT FOR TWO YEARS. THE LAST COUPLE OF SARCOMAS WE HAVE SEEN COME OUT OF PATIENT HAVE BEEN TRACED TO THE THREE YEAR RABBIES VACCINE.))
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Dr. Jessup says its' important to remember vaccines can save an animals life --so pet owner should not disregard them.
They should just be aware of the warning signs of problem.
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((ANY LUMP THAT LAST FOR MORE THAN FOUR WEEKS OR IS GROWING WE WANT TO GET REAL CONCERNED ABOUT IT AND START TRYING TO FIGURE OUR WHAT'S GOING ON)) ))
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Coming up next, Leo will let us know when this wind will blow over.
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Plus we'll see last night's kickoff of the holiday season from New York.
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If controversy leads people to movie theatres, then "Alexander" should be a smash hit in Greece.
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Oliver Stone's new film hasn't yet opened there, but it's already causing debate.
A group of attorneys in Athens are threatening to sue the director and Warner Brothers studios for portraying the Greek conqueror as a homosexual in the film.
But some historians say concerns about accuracy should outweigh concerns about being offensive.
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((CHRYSOULA PALIADELLI/ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR: HE WAS SUCH A GREAT PERSONALITY AND THIS IS WHAT ACTUALLY MATTERS. HIS DEEDS MADE HIM GREAT, AND NOT THE WAY HE TREATED HIS SEX CONTACT WITH THE TWO SEXES. ))
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"Alexander" is set to open in Greece on Friday.
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The Big Apple is lit for the holiday season.
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Thousands gathered in New York City last night for the annual lighting of the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and three Olympians -- ice skater Sarah Hughes and gymnasts Paul Hamm and Carly Patterson -- flipped the switch to turn on 30- thousand lights on the famous tree.
And for the first time in its 72- year history, the tree has a star atop it, a with 25- thousand crystals.
The tree will stay illuminated through January sixth.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 137 points. The NASDAQ was UP 33 points.
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Tech prepares for its matchup with Miami.
Coming up in sports, we'll find out what the Hokies are doing to win the A-C-C title.
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Plus U-V-A accepts a bowl bid.
The Wahoos will be in Boise, Idaho two days after Christmas for the Micron P-C Bowl.
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The Hokies spent yesterday preparing for the Hurricanes, and at least part of the day they had to seek shelter from the rain. Mike Stevens has more.
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The Virginia Cavaliers are headed to Boise for the December 27th Micron PC Bowl.
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The university was unable to broker a deal that would have sent the Hoos to the Independence Bowl.
8 and 3 UVA will likely play Fresno State of the WAC.
The Bulldogs are also 8 and 3.
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Boston College has accepted a bid to play North Carolina in the Continental Tire Bowl in Charlotte, and Georgia Tech will now head to the Champs Sports Bowl in Orlando to square off against Colorado.
That's assuming the Buffs lose in the Big 12 title game.
And the Peach Bowl said that it would pit Florida against the Miami-Virginia Tech loser.

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Notre Dame fired coach Ty Willingham yesterday after just 3 years on the job.
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Willingham is was 21 and 15 with the Fightin' Irish, including a 6 and 5 mark this season.
He will not coach the team in the Insight Bowl later this month.
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Willingham, who came to South Bend from Stanford, could wind up back in the Pac 10 at Washington. Utah's Urban Meyer has emerged as a possible successor with Notre Dame.
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