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Coming up on News 7-
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The Bedford County school board is defending itself to supervisors. Why the group's done away with plans to renovate Jefferson Forest. Plus, Scott Peterson heads to death row. We'll have more on today's verdict. And pamper your pooch with the ultimate in puppy paradise.
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News 7 is next.

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It's looking like it may be an uphill battle to build several new schools in Bedford.
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((BOBBY POLLARD/BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CHAIRMAN: IT'S A VERY EXPENSIVE PROCESS AND IF WE GO WITH THIS THERE'S POTENTIAL OF LOSING A LOT OF TAX PAYER'S MONEY MAY BE THERE.))
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[Jefferson-Forest]


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It's the debate that won't go away, what to do with Jefferson Forest High School.
The school board now wants to build a new JF but Supervisors say not so fast. [***J-F GRAPHIC IN MONITOR***]
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Justin McLeod is here now to tell us why. Justin?
Shannon, some wonder what happened with plans to renovate.
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At least one Supervisor says he will reject any proposal that does NOT include renovation.
And others question how long the public will be left in the dark when it comes to a price tag.
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((((NAT SOUND OF SUPERINTENDENT DURING MEETING))
Bedford's School Superintendent had some explaining to do.
He was called before the Board of Supervisors to justify the school board's decision to abandon plans to renovate Jefferson Forest High School.
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((JAMES BLEVINS/BEDFORD SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: THE BOARD DROPPED PLANS TO RENOVATE JF WHEN THE RENOVATION COST HIT 38.5 MILLION.)) [Runs06]
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The school board now wants to build a new smaller JF near the current site and then a combination middle and high school near Route 460.
Under state the law, the county can contract out the design, construction, and financing of new schools.
The school board is talking with two developers to build the schools and has rejected any proposals that include renovation.
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((BOBBY POLLARD/CHAIRMAN OF SUPERVISORS: THEY SAID IT WASN'T ENOUGH INFORMATION IN IT. I HAD A THICK BOOK OF INFORMATION, I DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY'RE LOOKING FOR.)) [Runs06]
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But at least one Supervisor believes building several new schools now will eliminate the need down the road.
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((ROBERT BASHORE/SUPERVISOR: IF WE'RE GOING TO BE DOING THIS IN THE NEXT TEN TWELVE YEARS AND WE MAY IT'S LIKE THE FRAME FILTER, PAY ME NOW OR PAY ME LATER.)) [Runs09]
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But how much is this all going to cost taxpayers?
The bidding process allows the school board to keep mum about the price tag.
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The public probably won't know the price tag for another few months.
The school board is expected to choose a developer in January and then it goes to the Board of Supervisors for final approval.
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Shannon, the school system hopes construction can begin this summer and be finished by August 2008.


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Bedford County Supervisors also took up another controversial issue tonight, this one involving the Confederate flag.
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A group wants to display some Confederate flags around a Civil War Memorial in front of the Bedford County courthouse.
It's been allowed in the past which has angered some in the community.
Supervisors voted tonight to allow the Confederate national flag to be flown during the month of April as well as on Memorial Day and Lee Jackson Day.
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[Brown]


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A rapper will *not* face charges of assaulting a Roanoke police officer.
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Today, city police said they won't pursue charges against David Brown, known as Young Buck, of the group G-Unit.

A fight broke out at the group's show at the Roanoke Civic Center last month.
But Brown's legal troubles aren't over. He was arrested in connection with a stabbing at the Vibe Music Awards last month.
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[Peterson]


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Jurors think Scott Peterson should die for killing his wife and unborn child. After three days of deliberations, the panel unanimously made that recommendation to the judge Kelly Cobiella reports.
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(((NAT jurors leaving) After talking it over for eleven and a half hours the jury of six men and six women all agreed, Scott Peterson should be executed for killing his wife and unborn son.
(SOT: Richelle, Juror ) Scott Peterson showed no emotion at any time.

That did not change when the verdict was read. The 32-year old former fertilizer salesman clenched his jaw, and leaned over to talk to his attorney, but showed no emotion. His mother sat quietly... Laci Peterson's mother cried. Her stepfather talked to reporters outside the courtroom.
(stepdad) the jury did the right thing.
(BRIDGE) Kelly Cobiella reporting

The jurors were split at the end of deliberations on Friday. Six were in favor of the death penalty, two wanted life, and four weren't yet sure. But after taking another look at 13 pieces of evidence today, including aerial photographs of San Francisco bay where Laci Peterson's body was found and a picture of her taken two years ago, before she disappeared, jurors were unanimous.

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The jury's verdict is a RECOMMENDATION but the judge isn't likely to go against it when he formally sentences Peterson in February. His attorney promises to pursue every appeal. In Redwood City, California, Kelly Cobiella, CBS News.))

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Two Wythe County teenagers accused of murder have apparently reached a plea agreement with prosecutors.
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15- year old Nakisha Waddell and 16- year old Annie Belcher were scheduled to go on trial tomorrow for the death of Waddell's mother, Vaughne Thomas. Thomas was found stabbed to death and buried in the backyard of her Max Meadows home on Memorial Day.
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Commonwealth's Attorney Keith Blankenship declined to comment this afternoon, but the jury has been dismissed and court officials indicate they expect a guilty plea.

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Fire gutted a business in Madison Heights this afternoon.
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Crews were called to the Harris Excavating Company on Old Wright Shop Road around 3.
Fire had already engulfed the main shop and was spreading quickly to surrounding buildings.
Firefighters spent the better part of an hour bringing it under control, but not before two buildings were destroyed and another damaged.
Authorities don't know what caused it.
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Fire also caused extensive damage to a home in Southeast Roanoke today. Firefighters responded to the house on 13th street shortly after eleven and had the blaze under control in about thirty minutes. While no one was injured, two residents were displaced.
Damage to the home and its contents is estimated at 30- thousand dollars.
Investigators believe the blaze started in a floor furnace.
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[War-Worlds]


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The Martians have landed in Rockbridge County and the war is on... the "War of the Worlds."
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Production on the Tom Cruise - Steven Spielberg movie began earlier this Fall. Today was the first day of shooting in Virginia. The site is a closed set, conspicuously guarded. But some of the locals have managed to keep an eye on what promises to be one of the most expensive motion pictures ever made. Bob Toman (TOE-mun) watched the advance team virtually rebuild a forest.
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((ROBERT TOMAN/BUSTLEBURG RESIDENT; THEY REPLACED THE CEDARS WITH BIGGER CEDARS, SOME OF THEM. THEN THEY BROUGHT IN LOCUST TREES, 12 - 18"- -BIG CRANE, HAD A BIG HOLE, DOWN IN, WIRING IT, YOU KNOW.... (NODS)))
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Filming continues tomorrow. The movie is set to open next Summer
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It's been a year since Saddam Hussein was captured... but was the ongoing insurgency his plan all along?
More on that when News 7 returns.
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Plus George W. Bush wins another vote... and this is the one that counts.
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A year after U.S troops captured Saddam Hussein, some intelligence analysts believe he had plans to mount an insurgency all along.
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In Baghdad today, a suicide car bomb hit another checkpoint, while yesterday five marines were killed by small arms fire.
The question remains if these attacks are part of a well-organized plan Saddam made to carry on the fight after the ineveitable collapse of his army.
In a final interview with Dan Rather before the war started, Saddam said it would take more than America's high tech weapons to win the battle for Iraq.
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((SADDAM HUSSEIN: IT'S NOT ENOUGH TO HAVE SUPERIORITY IN PLANES AND MISSILES. IN THE FINAL ANALYSIS, THE GUNS WILL TELL THE TALE OF A COURAGEOUS PEOPLE DEFENDING THEMSELVES AGAINST THE OCCUPIERS. ))
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U.S. intelligence officials say they are still suprised by the size and sophistication of the insurgency. Saddam is still awaiting trial, while Iraqi officials wait for a permanent government to be elected.
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[Nominations]


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The White House says it's confident of the way it screens its Cabinet nominees, despite the aborted nomination of Bernard Kerik to be homeland security chief.
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Kerik withdrew his name Friday after informing the White House he did not pay required taxes for his family's nanny, and that she may have been in the country illegally. However, Press Secretary Scott McClellan stood by the nomination process saying Kerik admits the fault was his for not informing the White House sooner
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((SCOTT MCCLELLAN/WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN: WHEN YOU GO THROUGH THE VETTING PROCESS YOU DO A LOT OF INDEPENDENT RESEARCH YOURSELF. YOU ALSO LOOK TO THE CANDIDATE TO PROVIDE YOU WITH THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO COMPLETE THAT VETTING PROCESS.))
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Pressed as to how questions about the ex-New York police commissioner's background could have fallen through the cracks, McClellan insisted President Bush is ``looking forward'' -- and considers the Kerik matter ``closed.''
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Meanwhile, President Bush and Vice President Cheney picked up the Commonwealth's electoral votes.
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Virginia's 13 electors cast their votes in Richmond today. Senator George Allen reminded the delegation who they were sent to vote for while Governor Mark Warner praised the process. The votes were sealed and sent to the President of the U-S Senate. They'll be read before both houses January 6th. Other copies of the votes will be stored in the U-S Archive and Library of Virginia.
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Robin says some cold nights are ahead.
The forecast is still ahead on News 7.
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And in a city where image is everything... even the dogs are getting pampered 24-7.
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Crews are making great progress saving and restoring one of Lynchburg's most historic landmarks.
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The old Courthouse Museum closed for repairs two years ago after a ceiling collapse revealed that the building badly needed some shoring up.
Two million dollars has been spent repairing walls, ceilings and floors and installing a new sprinkler system.
Everything is also getting a fresh coat of paint.
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((TOM LEDFORD/LYNCHBURG MUSEUM DIRECTOR: BUT THIS HAS ALWAYS BEEN SORT OF THE CROWNING JEWEL, THIS IS THE ORNAMENT ON THE TOP OF THE TREE IF WE CAN USE A SEASONAL ANALOGY, SO THIS BUILDING NEEDED TO BE PRESERVED AND WE COULDN'T RISK LOSING IT.))
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Ledford expects to begin moving exhibits back sometime in February.
The museum should re-open to the public on its 150th birthday next summer.
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[Campus-Crocodile]


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A cold front has forced an endangered American crocodile from his underwater hideout into the hands of trappers.

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The two-hundred pound reptile known as "Donna," had set up his home in Lake Osceola at the University of Miami. However, the croc's casual behavior around humans made university officials uneasy. When the crocodile left the water to warm himself in the sun, trappers nabbed him.
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((TODD HARDWICK: WE TRIED TO AMBUSH THE CROCODILE WHILE IT WAS ON SHORE, THAT DIDN'T WORK, CROCODILE JUMPED IN BUT UNLIKE OTHER DAYS WHEN THE CROCODILE DOESN'T COME UP, TODAY THE CROCODILE CAME UP AND TOOK ONE LAST LOOK AT US.))
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"Donna" will be taken to a Wildlife Management Area once the weather warms up.
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VMI/Bluefield basketball highlights, plus hoops from James River high school and Roanoke Catholic, but first our extra point.
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Stanford introduced Walt Harris as the Cardinal new head football coach today. The 58-year-old South San Francisco native comes to Stanford after coaching at Pittsburgh for the last eight seasons where he was 52 and 43. Harris has a signed a five-year contract. Pitt won Big East title with an 8-3 regular season. Harris, the Big East Coach of the Year, will coach the Panthers against unbeaten Utah in the Fiesta Bowl New Year's Day.
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Lets start with college hops. VMI looked for its third straight win tonight and would run Cameron Hall against Bluefield.
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VMI head coach Bart Bellairs...never having a problem getting pumped up.
In first half, Tim Almond put on the hard hat and punches the clock in the paint with the nice turn around jumper which will tie it up at 19.
The Rams answer back. Jamaine Burcke will score from in close as well with the basket and the foul.
[SUPER=33-VMI/77/Bluefield/70;]VMI keeps it close. Matt Coward gift raps the perfect ally oop to Reggie Williams,

Williams is the New Balance Big South freshman of the week for a third straight week, and he's working on a fourth.
This time Coward drives hard to the hoop and puts up the nice floater that falls, VMI improves to 5 and 2 with a 77-70 win.
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In high school hoops where Bassett and Roanoke Catholic met on the Celtics hardwood tonight.
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Joe Gaither's Celts were quite familiar with the Bengals, having played them just 10 days ago in a close one.
We pick it up in the third quarter and watch Bassett point guard Rynd Byrd fly through traffic and in for a nice shot he banks off the glass.
Catholic would pull away in the fourth quarter though. Deangelo Robinson brings down the rebound and is gonna outlet
the rock to Kevin Hairston who [SUPER=33-Roanoke Catholic/70/Bassett/53;]gets behind the defense and scores. 59-43 Cel

tics.
Nice give and go here by Roanoke Catholic's Robinson to Phillip Martin and then back to Robinson for the hoop off the window, two of Robinson's team high 16.
Bassett's Nictae Moore finds a small seam and capitalizes with the nice cut to the iron but Catholic improves to 6 and 2 with the 70 to 53 win.
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Lets head to Buchanan and some girls action. Knights hosted Roanoke Catholic and the Knights were juiced.
Becca McCampbell hits the jumper from the right side in what would turn out to be an 11-OH run for James River in the first quarter.
[SUPER=33-James River/70/Roanoke Catholic/28;]Her teammate Claire Campbell would add three more when she hits from d

owntown Buchanan writing courtesy of WDBJ sharp shooter Rob Chewning....
The Celtics never quit. Katie Lamb stops and pops with the J for Roanoke Catholic.
The Knights Jennifer Windsor takes the low ball and rips rope from inside the paint, River rolls 70-28
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The Fighting Irish have turned to a Patriot for help. Today Notre Dame announced the hiring of New England assistant coach and Fighting Irish graduate Charlie Weis.
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The Notre Dame grad gets a six year deal worth a reported $2 million bucks a season. In return, Notre Dame gets a brilliant offensive mind, and a no-nonsense guy who is a Bill Parcells disciple.
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Weis might look to the ACC for guidance in making the switch from the pros to the college ranks.
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Al Groh at Virginia spent well over a decade in the NFL as an assistant and as a head coach. UNC's John Bunting also played and was an assistant in the league for a number of years Georgia Tech's Chan Gailey had 16 years of NFL experience and served as the Dallas Cowboys head coach for the 1998 and 1999 seasons. He feels any coach, like Weis, will have a transition period as he did.
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Drawing from his own experience, Gailey has some advice to give concerning what the adjustment from the NFL to college could look like.
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The Associated Press all-American football teams are dotted with a few Virginia players.
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Tight end Heath Miller continues to light up every postseason all-star squad. Miller is close to consensus All-American status. And the same can be said for offensive guard Elton Brown, who also is a first team selection by the Associated Press.

And UVa sophomore linebacker Ahmad Brooks has been named to the second team all-American squad. Brooks led the Cavs with 85 tackles and six and a half sacks this season.
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Two Friday Football Extra top stars are the top players in the region III and the all region team has been released.
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First, William Fleming's Darryl Gresham, number 24 here, is the region defensive player of the year as a linebacker for the Keith Smith's Colonels.
Gretna senior quarterback Vic Hall is the Region III offensive player of the year. He racked up over 4, 700 yards of offense this season in leading the hawks to the group 2A Division III state championship.
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If you're not sure what to put in your puppy's stockings, how 'bout a trip to the west coast?
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Welcome to the world's first round the clock dog spa. L.A. Dog Works in Los Angeles is billed as a five star resort for your four-legged friend. The founder says his Italian Greyhounds needed something better than a kennel.
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((ANDREW ROSENTHAL/OWNER, L.A. DOGWORKS: THERE WAS NO PLACE THAT I COULD LEAVE THEM//SO I HAD TO BUILD ONE MYSELF.))
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[OUT Q=build one myself]
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Your social animal can sleep late in his own bunk bed or stay up late in front of the plasma TV. 175-bucks will buy a makeover. There's also hydro-therapy and don't forget the Zen Den where Spot can fetch a rubdown.
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((ANDREW ROSENTHAL/OWNER, L.A. DOGWORKS: SO WHAT WE TRY TO DO IS CALM THE DOG DOWN WHICH WILL RELIEVE THE STRESS THEREFORE RELIEVE THE AILMENT. REPORTER: WOULDN'T A CHEW TOY DO THE SAME THING? ANDREW: IT COULD.))
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[OUT Q=same thing? It could.]
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And don't forget the souvenirs. L.A. Dog Spa offers 80-dollar cases to carry little Fido or a 55-dollar back pack so fido can carry it himself. (------------)