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Coming up on News 7- The countdown is on to 2005 -- we'll visit celebrations in Vinton
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and New York City, where crowds are big and security is tight.
The Hokies get a New year's taste of New Orleans.
And travelers tomorrow will encounter of hordes of Tech fans at Roanoke's airport.
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News 7 is next.
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Out with the old and in with the new. Western Virginia celebrates with style as 2004 comes to a close.
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Good evening, I'm Joy Sutton. Shannon is off tonight.

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It may not feel like December 31st, but no one was complaining tonight at New Year's Eve celebrations in downtown Roanoke and Vinton.
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Joe Dashiell is in Vinton tonight, where folks have found many different ways to ring in the new year.
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((ROLLCUE:...playing host to enthusiastic crowds.))
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If you want *really* big crowds for New Year's Eve, check out the celebration in New York.
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This is a live picture of Times Square, where hundreds of thousands of people are awaiting the lighted ball to drop in less than an hour. Millions more will watch on TV as the New York celebration marks a major milestone. Drew Levinson has the story.
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((A CENTURY-OLD TRADITION LIVES ON IN TIMES SQUARE. HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF REVELERS PACKED THE FAMED "CROSSROADS OF THE WORLD" TO RING IN 2005. FOR THEM, THERE'S SIMPLY NO OTHER PLACE TO CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR.

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"Oh God, the excitement, the crowds, the fun." "It's the biggest party ever."
AS EXPECTED, MANY DONNED PARTY HATS AND GOOFY GLASSES FOR THE ANNUAL BALL DROP. THIS YEAR, SECRETARY OF STATE AND NATIVE NEW YORKER, COLIN POWELL, WILL DO THE HONORS OF PUSHING THE BUTTON ... SENDING THE THOUSAND-POUND BALL ON ITS FINAL GLITTERING DESCENT.

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"It's a great pleasure for me to be back home. I thank you Mayor for this honor."

(STANDUP BRIDGE/DREW LEVINSON/TIMES SQUARE - 9:30pm)

"BUT AMID ALL THE REVELRY, THERE'S ALSO TIGHT SECURITY. THOUSANDS OF POLICE OFFICERS ARE ON HAND TO PREVENT A POSSIBLE TERRORIST ATTACK."

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"People you can't get through over there."
POLICE SET UP CHECKPOINTS, GUARDED SUBWAYS, AND PATROLLED CROWDED STREETS. MANHOLE COVERS WERE SEALED -- AIRSPACE RESTRICTED. A SAFE CELEBRATION THAT ALSO TOOK TIME TO REMEMBER MORE THAN 100-THOUSAND PEOPLE KILLED IN LAST WEEKEND'S TSUNAMIS.

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"Our hearts go out to them, and I feel bad for them." "The sad part of it is the Tsunami of course, but try to cheer the spirits up of those around us and pray for them."

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AND JUST LIKE THE VERY FIRST GATHERING BACK IN 1904, THIS TIMES SQUARE CROWD IS USHERING IN THE NEW YEAR WITH THEIR SPIRITS HIGH ... AND HOPE FOR A POSITIVE FUTURE. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, IN TIMES SQUARE, NEW YORK. ))



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Hundreds of nations across the world have already celebrated the new year's arrival.
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In Paris France, thousands of people filled the streets to watch a fireworks display while celebrating the beginning of two-thousand-five.
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While in Berlin, many rang in the New Year at the famous Brandenburg Gate.
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People who like to party hearty can hardly find a better place to celebrate New Year's Eve than New Orleans. But things can get out of hand in the French Quarter, and that has the attention of Virgnia Tech football players and coaches. The Hokies are there, of course, to prepare for Monday's Sugar Bowl, and so is our Mike Stevens.
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Hokie fans are now joining their team in big numbers, and the number will grow a lot more tomorrow.
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Many of the Sugar Bowl bound left this morning from the Roanoke Regional Airport. They were easy to spot, sporting maroon and orange and Mardi Gras beads. And although the lines were long today, by all accounts everything went very smoothly.
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((ANN PARKER: YEAH I'M EXCITED. WE'VE NEVER BEEN TO NEW ORLEANS AND STUFF SO IT'S OUR FIRST BIG GAME WE'VE EVER BEEN TO SO IT SHOULD BE GOOD. MELINDA FREDAY: WE'VE GOT RESERVATIONS TONIGHT FOR A RESTAURANT FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE, SO WE'RE EXCITED SO ARE THE HOKIES GOING TO DO IT.. .YEAH.. DEFINITLEY. POSTITIVE? POSITIVE.))
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The airport is expecting record crowds again tomorrow. Four more chartered flights leave New Year's Day, and once again, airport officials ask anyone flying out in the morning to arrive two hours early.
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There is little New Year's joy in southeast Asia. Still ahead, the latest on efforts to help countless victims.
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That help extends to the Roanoke Valley, where a doctor says he is overwhelmed by the local response.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports office. Coming up later, the Hokies and Tigers enjoy their final later night on the town in New Orleans. VMI falls at Tulane in hoops, and Roanoke College gears up for the 12th annual V Foundation Classic to benefit cancer research. All that and more on the way in sports.))

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The U-S has drastically increased the amount of aid it plans give to tsunami and earthquake victims in South Asia.
The death toll has already topped 121-thousand and there are many people in need of food, water, and medical attention.
Jennifer Donelan has details.
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(((nat - moaning) - THERE IS LITTLE TO CELEBRATE ACROSS SOUTHEAST ASIA... THE MASSES ARE GATHERED NOT TO CELEBRATE BUT TO MOURN - (nat pop) CANDLE LIGHT VIGILS AND PRAYER SERVICES REPLACE NEW YEARS' PARTIES ..AND TIME IS NOW A CRITICAL FACTOR AS RELIEF AGENCIES RACE TO DISASTER SCENES IN TWELVE DIFFERENT COUNTRIES...TRYING TO PREVENT MORE DEATHS: Sot - Col. David Kelley/U.S. Marines "We've got some people in a helicopter that are looking at road networks and where some of the worst damage." U.S. MARINES ARE ON THE GROUND IN INDONESIA BRINGING WITH THEM MUCH NEEDED SUPPLIES LIKE CLEAN WATER. ANOTHER MILITARY PLANE CARRIED IN FAMILIES RESCUED FROM AREAS HARDEST HIT. FRIDAY, THE WHITE HOUSE COMMITTED MUCH MORE MONEY TO THE RELIEF EFFORT...350 MILLION DOLLARS IN TOTAL. Sot - Colin Powell/Secretary of State "This 10 fold increase demonstrates the generosity of the US but also the need" (Bridge) THE UNITED NATIONS ESTIMATES AS MANY AS 150 THOUSAND DIED IN THE TSUNAMI DISASTER ..WITH SOME ESTIMATES PUTTING THE DEATH TOLL AT UP TO 200 THOUSAND...(you could add the next line too, if you want!) THE NEED FOR BASIC NECCESSITIES IS AS HIGH AS CONCERN OVER THE SPREAD OF DISEASE. WITH POOLS OF SEWAGE...MOSQUITOS...AND PILES OF BODIES AWAITING BURIAL...THE THREAT IS REAL. IN INDIA, VACINNATIONS ARE NON-STOP. Sot - Dr. David Nabarro/World Health Organization "It's not unreasonable to contemplate between 50 and 100,000 deaths if we are unable to get help to the people who need it on time." AS NEW AMATEUR VIDEO REVEALS THE SIZE
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More aid is on its way from the Roanoke Valley to the quake and tsunami victims.
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Doctor Sam Samarasignhe (SAM-mah-rah-SING) says he and his family have been overwhelmed by the response, since they started asking valley residents to help.
They spent part of New Year's Eve loading a truck for shipment to Sri Lanka (SHREE- Lonk-UH).
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((DR. SAMARASIGNHE: THE MEDICAL SUPPLIES THAT ARE BADLY NEEDED AT THIS STAGE OF THE DISASTER ARE BEING AIRLIFTED BY SRI LANKAN AIR A COUPLE OF TIMES A WEEK. THAT GETS OUT FIRST.))
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He says other items will have to go by sea, a voyage that takes over a week.
Doctor Samarasignhe (SAM-mah-rah-SING) says he hopes to go to Sri Lanka (SHREE- Lonk-UH). to see the tsunami relief efforts in about two weeks.
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[Take WDBJ Web FS] If you would like a list of agencies providing relief to the earthquake and tsunami victims, and how to contact those agencies, you can go any time to our web page at wdbj7-dot-com.
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It's not news in most places, but it is in Montgomery County. Still ahead, car dealers keep their vehicles on the lot.
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And a long New Year's Eve standoff ends with two deaths, one of them a police officer.
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A 14 hour standoff ends with the murder of a veteran police officer in Newington, Connecticut.
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Officer Peter Lavery (LAY-vuh-ree) was responding to a domestic violence call when he was taken hostage.
Authorities tried to force the suspect to surrender, but instead he killed the police officer and then took his own life.
The suspect was a former corrections officer.
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Back in Virginia, it's a new look for New Year's in Montogmery County. Car dealers there are keeping their vehicles on the lot.
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For several years, dealers like Shelor have hauled their vehicles out of the *county* to avoid paying the Merchants Tax. Many business owners claimed the tax was too high. It's assessed each year on New Year's Day on a business' inventory. But this year, the *county* cut the tax in half. David Hagan of Shelor Motor Mile told News 7 in July he would not move his cars. And from the looks of his lot this morning, it appears this dealership is keeping its vehicles right where they are.
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The new year should bring new life to a Carroll County Rescue service.
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Hillsville expects to get its rescue squad back within a month or so. The Carroll County Board of Supervisors shut down the squad last spring after the captain admitted to misusing an ambulance. Now a doctor with the Twin County Regional Hospital has agreed to become the squad's lifeline and act as its supervisor. The squad will have an organization meeting January 8th to elect new officers and could be up and running again by the end of next month.
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Coming up, we'll ring in the New Year New Orleans style, the bowl bonanza included four tussles on the last day of the year, and VMI hoops highlights, but first our extra point,
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the JMU Duke Dog won the online portion of the Capital One Mascot Challenge, but that's only half of the equation.


A judge's ranking is the other half, and the Montana Grizzly, Monte won the overall title of Mascot of the Year.
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The Sugar Bowl is now just less than 72 hours away and the Hokies and Tigers are about to get seriously focused on the task at hand amidst the festive New Orleans atmosphere. Mike Stevens has some Friday notes from the Big Easy.

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Tomorrow the bowls will keep coming non-stop. Today, Alabama and Minnesota teed things up in the Music City Bowl

from Nashville.
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The Golden Gophers took care of the Tide thanks to Marion Barber the Third who rushed for 187 yards and a TD. Minn
esota rushed for 276 total yards in winning over Alabama 20 to 16.
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And in the Sun Bowl, Arizona State got this pass from Sam Keller to Rudy Burgess on the screen that went for a TD with just 43 seconds left as the Sun Devils outlasted Purdue 27 to 23.
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Louisville and Boise State combined for 84 points and 11 touchdowns in the Liberty Bowl. The Cardinals got the last laugh beating the Broncos 44 to 40, handing Boise State its first loss of the season.
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We finish up at the Georgia Dome, where Miami rode the play of its special teams to beat Florida in the Peach Bowl.
Roscoe Parris returned this blocked kick 71 yards for a TD as the Hurricanes knocked off the Gators 27 to 10.
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The VMI Keydets are out on the town tonight in New Orleans. But the celebrating is probably a bit subdued after a loss to Tulane at Fogelman Arena this afternoon.
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Bart Bellairs and company came out like gang busters in the opening half shooting 52 percent from the floor.
Matt Coward buries a long three ball as part of his 17 point afternoon and the Keydets led by 13 at the break and the VMI contingent was smelling the upset.
Matt Murrer then takes the pass from Coward down low and puts in the reverse lay-in. He scored 14.
Reggie Williams would go back door for an alley-oop slam.
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But Tulane outscored the Keydets 51 to 30 in the second half to win 82 to 74.
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The Roanoke College basketball team gets back on the court Monday for the first time in nearly a month in the V-Foundation Classic at the Bast Center. Hobart, Shenandoah, and Worcester State are also in the field. The tournament is now in its 12th year, and the Maroons are anxious to crank things up again after a long layoff.
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The event also features a raffle and silent auction with some great sports memorabilia, to raise money for cancer research. Over the past 11 years, more than 80 thousand dollars have been raised.
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Saving whales took on a more literal meaning today after rescuers worked to free a whale from a tangled situation.
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Scientists managed to free a young Atlantic right whale after it had been caught in fishing gear for more than twenty-four hours. Gear around the head of the whale caused severe injuries to the whale's blow hole.
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((RUSSELL CLAY GEORGE/GEORGIA DEPT OF NATIONAL RESOURCES: WHEN THE WHALE WAS FIRST FOUND IT WAS FOUND OFF THE COAST OF GEORGIA BY ONE OF OUR AERIAL SURVEY TEAMS. AND SO ONE OF OUR ROLES IN THE DISENTANGLEMENT NETWORK WAS TO ACTUALLY GO OUT AND ATTACH A BUOY ONTO THE GEAR THAT WAS TRAILING OFF THE BACK OF THE ANIMAL.))
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Atlantic right whales are an endangered species and experts believe there are only about 300 remaining.
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