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Fire broke out early this morning at a Roanoke nursing home, causing some damage, but no injuries.
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And, if you're wondering where winter is-- look to the midwest-- where snow and ice are hampering travel and knocking out electricity to thousands.
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Unseasonably warm weather continues with an increased chance of showers as we head toward tomorrow. I'll have your forecast.
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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Some residents of a Roanoke nursing home got a rude awakening this morning after a small fire damaged the Avante Nursing home.
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The fire broke out around 1:30 this morning at the Avante Health Care Center on King George Avenue.
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Officials say it started in a maintenance room in the basement. A sprinkler system kept the blaze under control until firefighters arrived. 50 people were inside the building, but no one was hurt. Officials have determined an electrical short started the fire, which caused an estimated three thousand dollars in damage. Avante administrators say the fire has not disrupted their operations.
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Utility officials say things could get worse before they get better in the nation's mid- section.
A coating of ice on trees and power lines has left tens of thousands of residents without electricity
Cynthia Bowers has the latest.
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[SUPER=03-Kansas City, MO; :12]
[SUPER=03-Des Moines, IA; :24]
[SUPER=03-Denver, CO; :34]
[SUPER=01-Bob Smart/Arizona Department of Public Safety; :52]
[SUPER=01-Cynthia Bowers/CBS News; 1:01]
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[OUT Q=getting a dusting.]

(( IF YOU WERE LOOKING FOR ALL THE WEATHER THAT MAKES WINTER MISERABLE, CHANCES ARE YOU CAN FIND IT SOMEWHERE IN THE MIDWE
ST THIS MORNING. SOT: "I wish it was August..can I say that?" AN INCH OF ICE TURNED ROADS INTO RINKS AROUND KANSAS CI

TY. IN WHAT WAS EXPECTED TO BE THE BIGGEST STORM TO HIT THE AREA SINCE (?file of January 2002 storm) A MONSTER ALMOST EXACTLY 2 YEARS AGO KNOCKED OUT POWER TO A MILLION HOMES. (nats from Des Moines) NEAR DES MOINES, IT WAS SNOW.. AS MUCH AS A FOOT FELL BEFORE MORNING. THAT SNOW CAME IN JANUARY WASN'T UNUSUAL. BUT IT WAS THE BIGGEST BLAST SO FAR IN A RELATIVELY MILD WINTER. ((vo/colorado snow roads/overturned tractor trailer)) IN DENVER, COLORADO... THE SNOW CAUGHT MANY DRIVERS OFF GUARD. ICY ROADS CAUSED THIS TRACTOR TRAILER TO FLIP. AND IT'S JUST THE BEGINNING... ONCE ALL IS SAID AND DONE... DENVER COULD GET UP TO A FOOT OF SNOW. ((arizona/flagstaff snow)) THE WINTER STORM IS THE SAME THAT HAMMERED
MUCH OF CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA... STRANDING MOTORISTS. ((SOT Sgt. Bob Smart/Arizona Department of Public Safety )) "W

ell, we have about, almost up to two feet in the last day and a half or last day and we're expected to get another 8 to 10 inches." ((chicago dusting/midwest preps vo)) AS THIS STORM MOVES OVER THE NATION'S MIDSECTION.. NEBRASKA AND CHICAGO ARE EXPECTED TO BEAR THE BRUNT OF THE SYSTEM. THE WINDY CITY ... ALREADY GETTING A DUSTING))

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That was Cynthia Bowers reporting from Chicago.

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On the Indonesian island of Sumatra, workers are breaking ground for several more refugee camps.
An estimated one million people are homeless as a result of the deadly tsunami.
Meanwhile, pledges of aid are increasing-- with Australia's one BILLION dollar pledge leading the way.
Aleen Sirgany reports.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Banda Aceh, Indonesia;:00;]
[SUPER=01-Colin Powell/U. S. Secretary of State; :13]
[SUPER=01-Simone Evans/British Tourist; :47]
[SUPER=01-Carol Bellamy/UNICEF; 1:03]
[SUPER=03-Mirissa, Sri Lanka; 1:16]
[SUPER=01-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News; 1:28]
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(( AFTER FLYING OVER BANDA ACEH, ONE OF THE HARDEST HIT AREAS, SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL SAID IMAGINING THE HORROR OF WHAT THE VICTIMS WENT THROUGH IS IMPOSSIBLE:

(SOT) Colin Powell, US Secretary of State:

"I've been in war and I've been through a number of hurricanes, tornadoes and other relief operations but I have never seen anything like this."
IT'S A MESSAGE POWELL WILL LIKELY SHARE WHEN HE ATTENDS AN EMERGENCY AID CONFERENCE IN JAKARTA TOMORROW.
"TODAY" - HE VOWED THE U-S WILL INCREASE THE NUMBER OF BADLY NEEDED HELICOPTERS TO CARRY IN WATER, FOOD AND OTHER RELIEF SUPPLIES. THE LATEST UNITED NATIONS REPORT SHOWS A LACK OF TRUCKS, AIRCRAFT, BOATS AND STORAGE ARE HOLDING UP RELIEF. SOME TOURISTS HAVE OPTED NOT TO GO HOME BUT TO STAY IN HORRIFIC CONDITIONS AND HELP.

(SOT) Simone Evans, British Tourist:

"if the tables were reversed and we were in England and something happened there I would like to think tourists that were visiting our country would in fact stay and help us."

THERE ARE NOW SERIOUS CONCERNS FOR SOME OF THE CHILDREN WHO SURVIVED WITHOUT PARENTS OR COMMUNITY SUPPORT. .

(SOT) Carol Bellamy, Director of UNICEF

"Our concern here is, yes, the exploitation isn't just adoption, it is whether these children, frankly, are turned into child slaves if you will, or abused or exploited."

(nat)

Mirissa, Sri Lanka BUT THERE ARE MANY POSITIVE STORIES .AND SIGNS OF RECOVERY. FISHERMEN, IN A BADLY DAMAGED AREA OF SRI LANKA, GOT BACK TO WORK AND VENTURED OUT TO SEA...SEVERAL BOATS RETURNED WITH A SMALL CATCH.

(NAT)

AROUND THE WORLD......REMEMBERING THE VICTIMS...FROM THAILAND, WHERE THOUSANDS PACKED A STADIUM FOR A CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL, TO EUROPE......WHERE STOCK EXCHANGES PAUSED TO REMEMBER THOSE LOST.

(STANDUP: TO COME )

DONATIONS/AUSTRALIA/GERMANY. ))

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A suicide car bombing outside a police academy today during a graduation ceremony has killed at least 10 officers.
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The attack happened in a city south of Baghdad-- leaving 41 other people injured.
Violence has been surging in Iraq as this month's elections draw nearer.
But the commander of the multi-national forces in Iraq says despite their efforts, insurgents won't come out on top.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=We will find you]

((PETER CHIARELLI/MULTI-NATIONAL DIVISION COMMANDER: WE WILL FIND YOU, WE WILL WATCH YOU, WE WILL FIGHT AND WE WILL DEFEAT YOU.))
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[OUT Q=we will defeat you.]
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Today's bloodshed brings the death toll to at least 90 in Iraq in the last four days.
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A Roanoke police officer is hospitalized after being injured in an automobile accident.
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Officials say the officer was responding to a call just before nine o-clock last night when he hit a utility pole on Bennington Street and ran down an embankment.
The officer was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital. His injuries are not believed to be serious.
His name has yet to be released.
Investigators aren't yet sure how the accident happened.
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Coming up after the break, at least one major airlines says it is cutting its airfares in half.
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Plus we'll tell you why some parents think more has to be done to prevent another case of tuberculosis in Amherst County.
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While tuberculosis is not a disease that's easily caught, some parents at an Amherst County school are still concerned that not enough is being done to protect their children.
They would like to see more testing done after the recent discovery of a case in the school.
Justin McLeod has more.
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((((NAT SOUND OF WOMAN SAYING AT 4:27:16 "HE HAS A LOW IMMUNE SYSTEM AND I AM CONCERNED FOR HIM, IS THAT SOMETHING I SHOULD REALLY BE WORRIED ABOUT?"))
Parents will always fear for their child's safety but the Health Department did what it could to alleviate panic about tuberculosis.
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[IN Q=I think it's important]

((DR. KATHERINE NICHOLS/CENTRAL VA HEALTH DISTRICT: I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT FOR PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND EVEN THOUGH THIS IS A CATCHABLE INFECTION IT IS NOT VERY EASY TO CATCH IT.)) [Runs10]
[OUT Q=to catch it]


But someone at Elon Elementary did catch it.
Health officials won't say whether it's a student, teacher or school employee who has TB.
They will say about sixty people at the school had enough close contact with the victim that they should be tested.


Many are kindergarten age like this woman's daughter.
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((STEPHANIE CASH/PARENT: I KNOW THE SCHOOL SYSTEM IS SUPPOSED TO SAFE AND YOU'RE WORRIED WHY YOU'RE SENDING YOUR KIDS TO SCHOOL, YOU FEEL SCARED.)) [Runs07]
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About 100 parents who attended this public forum feel the same way.
Many want the health department to test all the students.
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[IN Q=I have two children]

((JACKIE SLIGH/PARENT: I HAVE TWO CHILDREN AT THE SCHOOL AND NEITHER ONE OF THEM GOT THE LETTER TO THAT THEY NEED TO BE TESTED BUT THEY ARE IN CLOSE CONTACT WITH SEVERAL OF THE CHILDREN THAT I KNOW HAVE TO BE TESTED.)) [Runs10]
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Health officials point out those simply exposed TB don't pose a risk.
Someone would also need close contact with an infected person over a long period of time, like several hours.
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((STEPHANIE CASH/PARENT: IT'S COMFORTING TO AN EXTENT BUT I WILL BE GLAD WHEN I GET THE TEST RESULTS.)) [Runs05]
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT WILL TEST THE SIXTY PEOPLE AT THE SCHOOL ON FRIDAY. DESPITE PARENTS CONCERNS, HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY THERE IS NO NEED TO TEST THE ENTIRE SCHOOL. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.))))


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A three- part plan to improve Interstate 81.
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That's what Delegate Ben Cline will propose this year. The Rockbridge County lawmaker wants more State Troopers patrolling the highway. He also wants to add more passing lanes on steep parts of the Interstate to keep tractor- trailers from slowing motorists down. In an effort to improve Virginia rail lines, Cline wants to offer tax incentives to rail companies.
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[IN Q=So we'll let some widening]

((DEL. BEN CLINE/(R) ROCKBRIDGE CO.: SO WE'LL LET SOME WIDENING PROPOSALS GO FORWARD BUT WE'LL ALSO INJECT A RAIL COMPONENT, A STRONGER RAIL COMPONENT THAT WILL HELP IMPROVE 81 FOR THE LONG TERM.))
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The Delegate says his proposals fit nicely into the 938- million dollar plan announced by House Republicans yesterday.
That plan invests 33- million dollars in rail initiatives. It would also spend 90- million- dollars to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund. The Republican plan is similar to Governor Mark Warner's plan released last month. Republican leaders say they look forward to working with the governor "for the good of all Virginians."
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As in years past millions of Americans have made losing weight their New Years resolution. Exercise is a vital part of any weight loss plan but most end up quitting almost as soon as they begin. So how can you develop a plan you'll actually stick with? Doctor Sean Kenniff takes a look
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((EVERY JANUARY MILLIONS OF PEOPLE START AN EXERCISE ROUTINE ONLY TO STOP BY FEBRUARY. SO HOW CAN YOU MAKE THIS YEAR DIFFERENT?. WE ASKED CELEBRITY FITNESS TRAINER KACY (casey) DUKE.... WHOS WORKED WITH STARS LIKE DENZEL WASHINGTON, JULIANNE MOORE AND LENNY KRAVITZ. HER FIRST TIP - DONT JUST SHOW UP TO THE GYM.... MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A SOLID PLAN.

03:43 (SOT-Kacy Duke/Equinox Fitness Club)

you must take time to write things down and say this is what I'm going to do. :04
AND NO MATTER WHAT THAT PLAN IS OCCASIONALLY MIX IT UP, DONT GET BORED WITH THE SAME ROUTINE.

04:55 (SOT-Kacy Duke/Equinox Fitness Club)

I'll take fencing classes, I'll take something else or you know a boxing class, something to mix things up to keep the body guessing to let the body know, I'm alive, I'm here and you better be ready for what I throw at you. :10

(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS)

LETS FACE IT... MOST OF US JUST DONT WANT TO EXERCISE.... ITS NOT EASY, ITS HARD. AND THATS WHY YOU HAVE TO FIND WAYS TO STAY MOTIVATED.

(SOT-Kacy Duke/Equinox Fitness Club)

call a friend and say, you know what how about working out with me, you know take a buddy along. :04
ALSO, EXERCISE IS MORE THAN JUST PUMPING IRON AT THE GYM, IT CAN BE DONE ALMOST ANYWHERE.

(SOT- Kacy Duke/Equinox Fitness Club)

you have videotapes you have walking in the park, you have taking the stairs instead of the elevator, the physical it will happen you will burn the calories and fat you will do all the things you need to do but you got to be in it. :12
AND FINALLY ENJOY THE JOURNEY, EXERCISE IS MORE THAN JUST TRYING TO LOOK GOOD.

(SOT- Kacy Duke/Equinox Fitness Club)

if you look at it like this big adventure and you don't keep your eye on the emerald city that you don't enjoy the yellow brick road, that's the key you have to enjoy the journey don't look for just the results. :12
BUT YOU WILL EVENTUALLY SEE THE RESULTS IF YOU STICK WITH IT. AND HOPEFULLY BY THIS TIME NEXT YEAR EXERCISE WILL JUST BE PART OF YOUR DAILY ROUTINE AND NOT A DAUNTING NEW TASK. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))

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It's going to cost you a lot less to fly Delta--
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The airline has announced it's cutting ticket prices to cities in the continental U- S by up to 50 percent.
Delta says a one- way coach ticket will cost no more than 499 dollars-- and a one-way first-class ticket will cost no more than 599 dollars.
The move aims to make Delta more like low-cost airlines that have remained profitable in recent years, while larger airlines have struggled to survive.
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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we'll see how a song many Americans know from the early 80s is helping South Asia's tsunami survivors today.
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The first meth lab of the new year in all of Virginia may have been found in Christiansburg.
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Around 7:30 this morning several police agencies raided a trailer home on Star Light Drive next to Dude's Drive in. Police say they took equipment used to make meth. They've arrested three people, 42 year old Frederich Schlang, 37 year old Elizabeth Schlang and 28 year old April Dowdy. Christiansburg Police say the bust was the result of a six month investigation by the New River Drug Task Force. We'll have more on this story tonight on news 7 at Five and Six.
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"We are the World," the popular '80s theme song for Live Aid is back--
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This time, a group of Asian entertainers are lending their voices to raise money for tsunami victims.
Actor Jackie Chan is among the artists who recorded a Mandarin and Cantonese version of the song.
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The re- vamped song will be the theme for the Crossing Borders fundraising show, which will be held on January 7th.

The seven-hour marathon will be broadcast in Hong Kong, China and Taiwan.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 14 points. The NASDAQ has dropped 10.

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Number one ranked U-S-C made it look easy last night.
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Coming up in Sports, the Trojans run all over the Oklahoma Sooners in the Orange Bowl.
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The top two college football teams faced off last night down in Miami. And it looked like number two was far outmatched, as top ranked Southern California routed Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, 55 - to - 19.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Miami, FL/ABC Sports]

The Sooners were killed by five turnovers which led to 31 U-S-C points. The miscue that turned the game was Mark Bradley's fumbled punt late in the first quarter. U-S-C recovered on the Sooners' six-yard line and on the very next play, LenDale White plunged in for the first of his two touchdowns and the rout was on. Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart (LY'-nurt) threw five touchdown passes to set an Orange Bowl record.
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[IN Q=It was probably]
[SUPER=01-Matt Leinart/USC Quarterback; :00]
[SUPER=01-LenDale White/USC Running Back; :10]
[SUPER=01-Jason White/Oklahoma Quarterback; :15]
[SUPER=01-Reggie Bush/USC Running Back; :24 QUICK]
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[OUT Q=there's no doubt.]
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With the win, the Trojans get their first B-C-S national title while also picking up their second straight Associated Press national championship. They are the first team since Nebraska in 1994 and '95 to repeat as A-P champs.
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One of the greatest college football coaches ever is moving into the professional ranks. Nick Saban will become the sixth head coach of the Miami Dolphins.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-NCAA Football;]

The former LSU coach, was introduced as the Fins new coach yesterday -- signing a five-year contract through the 2009 season. Saban is no stranger to the NFL, having served as an assistant with both the Oilers and Browns. But he takes over a team that was 4 and 12 this past season.
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[OUT Q=.....past little bit"]
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Supermodel Heidi Klum has apparently hit all the right notes with pop singer, Seal.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


The celebrity pair is now reportedly engaged.
Sources say 41- year- old Seal popped the question to 31- year- old Klum just before Christmas a Canadian ski resort.
The couple has been romantically linked for about a year.
No word on when they'll tie the knot.
This will be her second marriage-- she also has a daughter from a previous relationship.
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