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Today on News 7 at 5, friends of a soldier killed in Iraq remember the former Virginia Tech student.
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Plus air travel gets complicated in Richmond after a plane spends the day stuck in the mud.
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Montgomery County residents are told they don't need to conserve water anymore.
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On healthcheck, we'll put a face on the problem of the lack of organ donors.
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Plus Michael Vick has 100 MILLION reasons to have a Merry Christmas. News 7 at 5 is next.
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A jet preparing for takeoff ends up stuck in the mud in Richmond, creating headaches for travelers throughout the region.
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The American Airlines flight simply taxied too far off the runway.
But on one of the busiest days of the year, that mistake was enough to close the airports main runways, stranding passengers for most of the day.
Jennifer Wishon has more.
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((The American airlines flight with 129 passengers, and a crew of 5 was headed to Texas, but never left Virginia soil. In fact the plane's front wheels got stuck in it.
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Stuck in the mud at one of the busiest times of the year. Passengers on the flight were bound for Dallas, others flights were bound to Richmond. For hours no one was going anywhere.
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And Gardner wasn't alone. The departure board told the story. A plane blocking a runway in Richmond kept large planes from flying in, and kept people on flight 1239 from flying out.
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Many connections were not made on this busy holiday travel day, when many people thought they'd be flying. Instead they ended up grounded in Richmond. jennifer Wishon, News 7
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New Mexico, Texas, Pennsylvania, Ohio, are just a few states where winter is delivering an unwanted Christmas present of snow, rain and ice.
Scott Rapoport is at New York's La Guardia airport where some travelers are facing holiday travel delays.
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((WITH JACK-KNIFED TRACTOR TRAILERS CLOGGING FROZEN INTERSTATES ALL OVER THE MIDWEST...HOLIDAY TRAVEL IS ON HOLD FOR THOUSANDS.
THIS COUPLE IS ON THEIR HONEYMOON.

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"NOW WE ARE IN INDIANA IN A SNOWSTORM, THE ROADS ARE IMPASSABLE. HERE WE ARE THIS IS OUR HONEYMOON."
THE PROBLEM IS A MASSIVE WINTER STORM THAT'S ALREADY CLAIMED SEVERAL LIVES AND DUMPED RECORD AMOUNTS OF SNOW ON PLACES LIKE EVANSVILLE, INDIANA AND DAYTON, OHIO.
EVEN FURTHER SOUTH IN TENNESSEE, KENTUCKY AND TEXAS ITS THE SAME STORY....BITTER COLD AND PLENTY OF SNOW.

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"THERE WERE 20 CARS STUCK HERE LAST NIGHT."

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THE STORM'S IMPACT IS ALSO BEING FELT HERE IN LA GUARDIA AIRPORT IN NEW YORK...WERE SOME MIDWESTERNERS ARE HAVING A TOUGH TIME GETTING HOME.
RODNEY ALLGIRE IS TRYING TO GET TO CLEVELAND.

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"WE SEE THAT'S ITS NICE HERE ACTUALLY, WE DON'T REALIZE HOW BAD IT IS BACK THERE AND WE JUST WANT TO GET HOME ESPECIALLY WITH CHRISTMAS COMING."
FORECASTERS SAY ALL THIS SNOW WILL BE FOLLOWED BY BITTERLY COLD TEMPERATURES...FIVE TO TEN DEGREES BELOW ZERO IN SOME AREAS. ALL MAKING FOR A CHRISTMAS THAT WILL BE A A LITTLE WHITER, A LITTLE COLDER AND EVEN MORE CHAOTIC - THAN MANY HAD BARGAINED FOR.
SCOTT RAPOPORT, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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The suicide bomber who killed more than 20 people in a mess tent in Mosul appears to have been wearing an Iraqi military uniform. Now, investigators are trying to figure out how that person got on base. Drew Levinson reports.
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((The devastating news that the suicide bomber who attacked the U-S base near Mosul was probably wearing an Iraqi Military uniform comes as the Americans are already reeling from finding out it was an inside job.
The General in charge of the base is quoted, saying ``The question now turns to how did THAT happen?" he also added - the bomber likely had help, though he didn't say whether that help came from within the camp.
The blast... during lunch .....killed 22 and injured more than 70.

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Half of the wounded are now at a U-S Army Hospital in Germany. 17 are in intensive care.

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THE VAST MAJORITY OF THEM WE EXPECT TO RECOVERNOW RECOVER QUICKLY IS NOW CERTAINLY A RELATIVE TERM."
And while the military reviews it's procudures for allowing Iraqis on U.S. bases....the insurgents keep up the pressure. In Fallujah U.S Marines backed by aircraft tangled with militants in a deadly battle. It was the heaviest fighting there in weeks.
Last month U-S forces attacked the city....trying to clean out the insurgent stronghold. But, this new fighting highlighted Fallujah is far from tamed. The battle came as the first of the nearly quarter million people who fled the city came home to assess the damage. Many returned to find their homes destroyed.

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This man asked- Where will my family and children stay? Who will compensate us for the damage?
So far few residents have come back.
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THEIR RETURN IS SEEN AS A KEY PART IN THE U-S EFFORT TO REBUILD FALLUJAH, ESPECIALLY WITH THE JANUARY ELECTIONS APPROACHING. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Friends of a Virginia Tech student killed in the bombing in Mosul are mourning his death.
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20 year old Nick Mason was on a military leave from the school. He had completed his freshman year before being called up to active duty with the Virginia National Guard.
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His friends describe him as fun loving and a good friend... also as a dedicated soldier who balanced National Guard training with schoolwork.
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((JOHN BARRETT/VIRGINIA TECH JUNIOR; HE WAS GONE ABOUT ONCE A MONTH. HE LOVED HIS COUNTRY, HE LOVED TO SERVE IN THE NATIONAL GUARD. HE WOULD GO HOME ONCE A MONTH FOR TRAINING, AND HE NEVER COMPLAINED ONCE ABOUT IT.))
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Mason was scheduled to return to the U-S in February, and was planning to return to school next fall.
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((MARTHA CLAY MARTIN/VIRGINIA TECH JUNIOR; HE'S THE ONLY PERSON WE KNEW THERE, AND FROM WHAT I'VE HEARD, PEOPLE ARE DYING BUT NOT THAT MANY PEOPLE. AND I DIDN'T THINK THE ONE PERSON I KNEW, A GUY LIKE NICK, WOULD EVER BE KILLED IN IT.))

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Virginia Tech will consult with Mason's family to determine what sort of memorial the'd like the school to hold. A memorial in his hometown of King George County is scheduled for tonight.
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Still to come on the newscast, an early morning accident leaves one man with a car in his bed.
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Then a little later, we'll tell you why more animals could soon be saved in Pulaski County.
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A woman from Danville died in a traffic accident in Pittsylvania County this morning.
State police say 58-year-old Beverly Ragsdale was heading north on Route 29 when a pickup cross the highway from the other side and struck her car head-on.
Ragsdale died at the scene.
The driver of the other vehicle, 32-year-old James Bryant Ackley, survived the crash.
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A Houston man is recovering after being run over *in bed*.
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56-year-old Willmon Guillory was in bed in Houston watching TV yesterday when a car plowed into his apartment and hit him. Guillory was trapped underneath the vehicle for about 40-minutes while a rescue crew worked to free him. He was treated for minor injuries. The three teenagers in the car ran off after the collision. Police say the car may have been stolen.
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Montgomery County has canceled its request that customers on the Price's Fork Water System conserve water.
This morning the system was restored.
In a release, a county spokesperson says the voluntary conservation, along with repairs to supply lines and additional water provided by Blacksburg and Christiansburg, have allowed the system to recover about a third of its full capacity.

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This week marks the 50-th anniversary of the first human organ transplant.
While science has come a long way, the main problem remains the same -- finding viable donors.
Doctor Sanjay Gupta has the story of one boy's fight to stay alive.
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((14 YEARS AGO, TRAVIS MARCUS WAS BORN WITH A HEART DEFECT.
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THE BLOOD VESSEL THAT IS SUPPOSED TO CARRY BLOOD TO HIS LUNGS WAS MIS-DELIVERING IT TO HIS BODY INSTEAD, AND IN TURN THE VESSEL THAT IS SUPPOSED TO CARRY BLOOD TO HIS BODY WAS MIS-DELIVERING TO HIS LUNGS. Ever since he was little he's dealt with it very well. the worst part of it for him is that he couldn't keep up with the other kids. IN THE PAST, SURGERIES HAD BEEN GOOD ENOUGH TO GET TRAVIS BACK ON TRACK. BUT LAST SEPTEMBER, AFTER A LIFETIME OF OPERATIONS AND PACEMAKERS, TRAVIS' HEART FINALLY GAVE UP. He didn't look good at all//24 hours later he crashed and burned. TRAVIS JOINED A LIST OF MORE THAN 3,000 PEOPLE -- ALL WAITING FOR A HEART TRANSPLANT THIS YEAR. THE MEDIAN WAITING TIME? 230 DAYS. For every child or every patient that is a candidate, there is 20 that are competing for that same organ.
TREATMENT FOR TRAVIS WOULD INCLUDE BEING CONFINED TO BED WITH A TUBE HELPING HIM BREATHE. EVEN THEN, HE WOULD ONLY HAVE 30 DAYS BEFORE HIS ORGANS WERE PERMANENTLY DAMAGED. Good possibility of not getting an organ fast enough and we would have lost him. DOCTORS NEEDED A WAY TO BUY TRAVIS SOME TIME. HELP CAME IN THE FORM OF A NEW DEVICE CALLED THE DEBAKEY VENTRICULAR ASSIST DEVICE OR V-A-D. IT IS A MINIATURE HEART PUMP IMPLANTED BELOW THE DIAPHRAGM NAMED AFTER ITS INVENTOR DR. MICHAEL DEBAKEY. TRAVIS WAS THE SECOND OF ONLY 2 CHILDREN TO RECEIVE THE DEVICE, THE FIRST HAD NOT SURVIVED. All the time it's going through my head how long do i have to get this kid a heart. You've got to find a way out for this kid. THE V-A-D TRANSPLANT WAS SUCCESSFUL, THE CLOCK AND HIS HEART WERE STILL TICKING -- BUT, TRAVIS COULDN'T STAY ON THE DEVICE FOREVER.
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AFTER 56 DAYS ON THE V-A-D, A NEW HEART ARRIVED BY PLANE. When we finally got to explain to him that he was going to have to have a new heart. I mean he cried. His fear was he was never going to go home. He was going to die. JUST DAYS AFTER SURVIVING A MARATHON 11 PLUS HOUR OPERATION, TRAVIS IS ALREADY FEELING BETTER.
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WHILE POST-OPERATION MEDICATION MAY HAVE CHANGED TRAVIS' APPEARANCE FOR NOW ... DOCTORS EXPECT HIS APPEARANCE TO RETURN TO NORMAL SOON, AND FOR HIM TO BE HOME IN TIME FOR THE NEW YEAR.
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DR. SANJAY GUPTA, CNN ATLANTA ))

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Coming up after the break, Leo will have our holiday forecast.
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[VO] Plus we'll meet a 50-thousand dollar copy cat as a woman hires a company to clone her favorite pet.
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More animals could soon be saved in Pulaski County.
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Construction on the new county Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center is moving forward. It's expected to open early next year and will house a spay and neuter clinic, puppy room, cat condo and an education room. Last year the county euthanized almost 15-hundred animals because the old shelter is too small. More than 4-thousand people have made donations, but the Humane Society still needs money to buy kennels and cages.
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A Texas woman is the first owner of a cloned pet.
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Americas first cloned-to-order cat was presented to a woman identified only as Julie in California this week. She paid a Sausalito company 50-thousand dollars to clone Nicky, her treasured cat of 17-years who died last year. She gasped when she first set eyes on the kitten, saying he's identical to her former pet. The clone was created from Nickys DNA by Genetic Savings & Clone, Inc. The company has stored the DNA of hundreds of pets and plans to offer cloned dogs by next year.
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Travis Wells is standing by with sports.
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After the break, he'll tell us why Michael Vick's signature is worth more than 30 MILLION dollars.
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Good afternoon and welcome to your Thursday ticker, as the rich get richer. Today, the Falcons Michael Vick signed a new 10 year contract with the team.
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The deal is worth 100 million dollars and it guarantees Vick an NFL record 37 million dollars in bonuses.
That surpasses the 98 million dollar deal signed by Peyton Manning in March.
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The Virginia men's basketball team is back in action tonight at University Hall. The Wahoos take on Loyola Marymount.
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UVa is ranked 25th in the country with a 7 and 1 record. Already this season, in just 8 games, the Wahoos have played tough competition in Auburn, Arizona and Iowa State. Elton Brown is having the most balanced season of his career. The senior is averaging a double double, scoring nearly 16 points while pulling down a team leading 10.5 rebounds each time out on the floor.
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The Roanoke Dazzle is getting into the Holiday spirit big time tonight. The Roanoke Civic Center and the Dazzle are asking fans to bring non-perishable food items, toys or clothing for tonight's seven o'clock game, and in exchange they get in for FREE. The items will be donated to the Rescue Mission. Plus, the team is giving away a Sugar Bowl trip tonight.
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[VO NAT CON'T] Some lucky fan also will win one of the hottest and hardest to find toys this Christmas season - the Terrain Twister radio controlled car. Again, game time tonight is 7.
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That's it for the ticker. Coming up tonight at six, we'll have the story of Lucas Bolen, a 6 year old UVA football fan from Buena Vista, who couldn't be happier this Christmas. We'll see you then everybody.

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On Wall Street today, the Santa Claus rally continued.
Stocks rose despite new evidence of weak consumer spending at a bad time for retailers.
Marcella Palmer reports.
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Santa won't be the only one delivering bicycles to kids this holiday.
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Moses Mathis is known in Fayetteville, North Carolina as "the bike man". He earned the nickname ten years ago when he started repairing and donating bicycles to underpriveleged children in time for Christmas. Mathis feared he might not meet his goal this year because burglars kept breaking into his warehouse. But, undaunted, he continued on and was finally able to open his warehouse again. He estimates he'll give away 500-bikes this year.
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