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A lear jet makes an emergency landing this morning at the Roanoke Regional Airport.
Details, coming up.
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And, insurgent attacks continue in Iraq, but President Bush says they won't prevent elections from taking place next month.
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Our beautiful sunny weather will continue right through the afternoon. I'll have your forecast.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.

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There is breaking news at this hour at the Roanoke Regional Airport. Just minutes ago a plane had to make an emergency landing.
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Jean Jadhon is at the airport. Jean what can you tell us at this point.
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More than a dozen Iraqi political parties want next month's election delayed.
But President Bush says that's NOT going to happen.
Meanwhile, insurgent attacks continue while troops struggle to improve security before the January vote.
Jennifer Donelan has more.
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A Lynchburg woman will spend one day in jail for embezzling nearly five thousand dollars from a family she was housesitting for.
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22-year-old Stephanie Lyne Calohan pleaded guilty this morning to twelve counts of forgery.
Prosecutors say Calohan cashed 46-hundred dollars worth of blank checks from Errett Callahan and Linda Abbey while they were on vacation.
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((ERRETT CALLAHAN/HOMEOWNER: IT'S NOT HER FIRST OFFENSE. THE FIRST OFFENSE WAS WHEN SHE CASHED THE FIRST CHECK AND THEN SHE WENT ON AND CASHED ANOTHER, THERE WERE A TOTAL OF TWELVE, AND IT DOESN'T SEEM LIKE SHE'S PAYING FOR THOSE THINGS. I MEAN SHE STOLE OUR MONEY, SHE TRASHED OUR HOUSE AND SHE STARVED OUR CAT, AND I THINK THAT'S UNFORGIVABLE.))
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Calohan has repaid the bank and must also write a letter of apology to her victims.
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The Roanoke Valley will have a new bank next fall.
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They are going to call it Hometown Bank.
Former Dominion Bankshares CEO Warner Dalhouse points out as it is now, there is only one locally owned bank in the Valley.
He says Valleybank has prospered and served the community well.
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Dalhouse says Hometown Bank will open around October first with a branch downtown and another in Southwest Roanoke or Roanoke Co..
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The Roanoke County Supervisors have added an evening session next week where they will discuss plans for the Regional Jail.
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The board will consider whether to secure one or more options on property being considered for the project.
The supervisors were scheduled to meet only in the afternoon, but have added the 7pm session at the County Administration Center to discuss the jail project.
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While we had our share of wind- related problems yesterday, the breezy weather caused some big troubles for a small plane in New Jersey.
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The twin- engine plane was attempting to land, when a gust of wind forced the aircraft to veer off and crash into some nearby trees.
Nine people were on board, but none was injured.
The incident is under investigation.
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Still to come on the newscast, Scott Peterson's family pleads with a jury to spare his life.
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Also police make an arrest in a string of serial killings that date back to the 70's and 80's.
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The jury has already heard about how the death of Laci Peterson affected her family--
Now they've hearing how Scott Peterson's death would affect HIS family.
Defense attorneys will continue calling witnesses today, hoping to convince jurors to spare Peterson's life.
John Blackstone reports.
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(( GRAPHIC NEEDED (see below) Super: Vicki Behringer, Courtroom Artist (as appropriate) Scott Peterson's father, Lee described himself as frightened and depressed by the prospect that his son could be put to death. Scott wiped his eyes as his father called him a "perfect" baby who "woke up smiling", He told stories of Scott rescuing a baby rabbit and working three jobs to pay for college. But jurors showed no sign of emotion as they heard of Scott's childhood of comfort and his love of golf SUPER: DEAN JOHNSON, CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY "RIGHT NOW UNLESS THIS DEFENSE CHANGES ITS TACT COMPLETELY TURNS IT AROUND 180 DEGREES THEY ARE VERY QUICKLY TALKING SCOTT PETERSON ON TO THE CONDEMNED WING AT SAN QUENTIN Lead defense attorney Mark Geragos has turned over much of the penalty phase to co-counsel Pat Harris who told jurors choosing the death penalty was a "very strong individual decision" and "one you will live with for the rest of your life." SUPER: CHUCK SMITH, CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY "HE IS LOOKING FOR AT LEAST ONE JUROR TO HANG UP THE DEATH VERDICT. THEY ARE WORRIED THAT THE CONSENSUS MIGHT BE FOR DEATH." The defense strategy may be to create sympathy for Peterson's beleaguered family. A longtime friend testified that Scott's mother Jackie, who suffers from a degenerative lung disease, was largely raised in an orphanage after her father was murdered when she was three. GRAPHIC: Font text under on on courtroom sketch: "can't imagine it getting any worse than having him put to death......we've gone thru so much as a family...I don't think my parents will make it if he goes." And Scotts half sister, Susan Cadillo, told the jury I "can't imagine it getting any worse than having him put to death......we've gone thru so much as a family...I don't think my parents will make it if he goes." SUPER: JIM HAMMER, FORMER PROSECUTOR ALL THEY CAN HOPE TO DO IS GET SOME SYMPATHY FROM ONE JUROR WHO SAYS ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. I AM GOING TO END IT AND NOT PUT ANYONE THROUGH ANY MORE SUFFERING." TAG: THE DEFENSE IS PLANNING FOUR MORE DAYS OF TESTIMONY...CALLING WITNESSES INCLUDING PETERSONS TEACHERS, COACHES, EMPLOYERS, AND ENDING FINALLY WITH HIS MOTHER. JB CBS NEWS RWC.))

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A Kansas T-V station is reporting a break in the case of the serial killer nicknamed, B-T-K for the method in which he murdered his victims.
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The station says police are holding a person of interest in the case.
The killer known by the nickname BTK, which stands for ``Bind, Torture, Kill'' is linked to eight unsolved homicides between 19-74 and 19-86.
After years of silence, the killer surfaced again in March of this year.
Police believe he sent letters to a Kansas newspaper, with clues they hope will lead detectives to solve the case.

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It's been several months since Henry County closed five schools and consolidated several others.
While some said it would cause problems, others said it would create new opportunities.
Justin McLeod has more.
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((((NAT SOUND OF TEACHER TALKING AT 50:32 "DO THEY HAVE A PRICE I THINK THOSE ARE ALREADY PRICED"))
This may look like your typical floral shop. ((QUICK NAT SOUND OF WRAPPING AT 46:22))
But it's actually a classroom at Magna Vista High School and this time of year it's a busy place.
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It's been this way for 25 years.
Every Christmas, Henry County's horticulture program grows and then sells poinsettia's. ((QUICK NAT SOUND OF CASH REGISTER))
Nearly two thousand plants are sold every year.
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((KATELYN COX/MAGNA VISTA SENIOR: THIS YEAR'S CROP IS PRETTY GOOD. IT'S BETTER THAN AVERAGE I WOULD SAY BECAUSE WE'VE HAD BETTER GROWING CONDITIONS THAN WE HAD AT LAUREL PARK.)) [Runs08]
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This year the program moved to Magna Vista when the two schools consolidated.
To help keep the program alive, the school system purchased a brand new 275-thousand dollar greenhouse.
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Here's why.
The greenhouse has an automated irrigation system, as well as computerized temperature and light controls.
But what's most impressive is the plants themselves.
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((DEBORAH BARKER/HORTICULURE TEACHER: WHAT'S EXCITING FOR ME AS A TEACHER IS WE'VE BEEN BE ABLE TO GO FROM FIVE SELECTIONS OF POINSETTIA'S TO 44, WE WENT FROM THREE COLORS TO THIRTEEN, WE WENT FROM ONE POT SIZE TO FOUR POT SIZES.)) [Runs10]
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And that's not the only thing that's grown.
The number of students in the program has doubled and those who once feared consolidation now embrace it.
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((KENZIE SMITH/MAGNA VISTA SOPHOMORE: THE KIDS HAVE BEEN REALLY WELCOMING AND NOW WE FEEL JUST LIKE WE DID AT LAUREL PARK, IT'S LIKE HOME.))
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((JUSTIN McLEOD: THE PLANTS ARE NOW ON SALE AT MAGNA VISTA AND RUN FROM SEVEN TO FIFTEEN DOLLARS. PROCEEDS WILL BE USED TO RUN THE PROGRAM AND WHICH WILL LEAD TO A NICE CHRISTMAS BONUS. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.))))
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Coming up next on the newscast,we'll tell you exactly what goes into a ten thousand dollar martini. [MUSIC UP FULL]
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You may have heard about some of New York's most extravagant menu options -- the thousand- dollar omelette at the Meridien Hotel, for example.
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Not to be outdone, the Algonquin Hotel is now offering a ten- thousand dollar martini.
The drink itself is rather ordinary.
But when a diamond is added, it is transformed into what the hotel calls a "Martini on the Rock."
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The cocktail isn't designed for a spontaneous wedding proposal-- it must be arranged three days in advance.
The martini is served without a straw -- but the Algonquin says it's ready if someone accidentally swallows the stone.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 13 points. The NASDAQ has gained 12.

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Another major league ball player is admitting he used steroids.
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Coming up after the break, a player with several health problems -- and national titles -- tells a grand jury he bought the drugs from Barry Bonds' personal trainer.
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New York Yankees slugger Jason Giambi has admitted to using steroids for at least the past three seasons.
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According to his grand jury testimony, he also injected human growth hormone last year. Those statements contradict Giambi's public comments that he never used performance enhancing drugs. He goes on to tell the grand jury that he got several different steroids from Barry Bonds' personal trainer. The testimony was given in December of last year to a federal grand jury investigating the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative.
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Virginia Tech's opponent this weekend hasn't always played like the Miami Hurricanes are known to this season. Several teams have run up high scores, and those undeafeated years are gone. But in thier final two games against UVa, and especially against Wake Forest, they have looked very much like the old Miami - confident, fast and talented.
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And be sure to join News 7 sports with pregame reports from Miami both tomorrow night when the Hokies arrive, and then Saturday on News 7 Morning from 8- 9am.

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An All Star movie is slated to open next week.
It's been three years since we last saw Hollywood's hottest stars in Oceans 11.
Now the A-listers are back and talking to Teri Okita about the new project...Oceans 12.
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(( Danny: Based on what we stole, plus interest, how much does everybody owe?
TRACK: THE COMEDY CAPER OCEANS 12 REUNITES THE ORIGINAL CAST PLUS CATHERINE ZETA-JONES IN EUROPE. AND THE A-LIST STARS DIDNT TAKE THEMSELVES TOO SERIOUSLY, ON-SCREEN OR OFF.

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SOT: George: It was ugly there. The food was bad. The company was

lousy. Brad: And, there was a little friction. Does Julia still have the restraining order on you? George: Its not really a restraining order. Im just not allowed within 50-yards of the house. Brad: Thats a restraining order. (:23)
TRACK: JULIA, OF COURSE, IS JULIA ROBERTS. AND THIS TIME AROUND, BRAD PITTS CHARACTER HAD LOVE INTEREST, CATHERINE ZETA-JONES WHO DESCRIBED SHOOTING WITH HOLLYWOODS HOTTEST HUNK.

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Lahiri) Catherine: I mean, when they shouted action, everyone was quiet. You know, cause thats tricky when you have Brad Pitt walking through the streets of Amsterdam to keep people under control. Teri: I was going to say, its a bummer that you had Brad Pitt as your love interest in this movie. Matt: Its hard enough to keep the cast under control with Brad walking through the streets. (:30)
TRACK: DON CHEADLE AND ANDY GARCIA ROUND OUT THE STAR LINE-UP.

SOT: Teri: You werent in Rome. Don: Yeah, rub it in, rub it in. Here we

go, Ive been dealing with this all day now. (14:09:06) Don: Look at the face he just pulled. Andy: Its a junket about reminding me I didnt go to Rome. Don: Dont take it personally, Andy. Its a visa thing. (:13)
TRACK: THE OCEAN CREW PULLED OFF ONE OF THE BIGGEST CASINO HEISTS IN HISTORY BUT NOW, THE GAMBLING BOSS WANTS HIS MONEY BACK OR ELSE.
CLIP: Rusty: Its not in my nature to be mysterious, but I cant talk about it. And I cant talk about why. Linus: Oooooooooooo.
TRACK: "OCEANS 12" OPENS IN THEATRES ON DECEMBER 10TH.))
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