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Coming up on News 7,
Roanoke police investigate what appears to be a murder-suicide.
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And family members and friends look on, as one local Marine unit heads to Iraq.
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Tonight in sports, college hoops from Lexington, and Blue Heaven where
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North Carolina made short work of Maryland today in a 34 point blowout.
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((SISTER:IT'S HIS JOB AND HE'S PROTECTING OUR COUNTRY SO WE ARE ALL VERY PROUD OF HIM.))
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A teary good-bye in Roanoke this morning -- as B-Company begins its trek to Iraq.
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

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The marine reservists out of Roanoke loaded onto their buses and headed out early this morning, as hundreds of family members and friends looked on. Jeremy Butterfield shows us the emotion involved in saying good-bye to a marine.
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Saturday morning was the day the B-Company reserves and their families have been preparing for and dreading.
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((KRISTY ETHRIDGE:I'M PROUD OF HIM. I'M VERY PROUD THAT HE IS DOING THIS BUT I DON'T WANT HIM TO LEAVE.))
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[OUT Q=want him to leave.]

The 90 reservists that left are headed to either Camp Lejeune, North Carolina or Twentynine Palms, California for more training before they head to Iraq-- where the marines don't know who or what to expect.
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((CAPTAIN JIM KNAPP:WE TOLD THEM TO BE READY FOR ANYTHING. OBVIOUSLY IT'S GOING TO BE PHYSICALLY CHALLENGING BECAUSE OF THE HEAT AND THE DRY CONDITIONS. WE'LL BE OVER THERE IN THE WORST OF IT IN THE SUMMER TIME.))
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[OUT Q=in the summer time.]

The morning was full of proud fathers and tearful mothers saying their good-byes and beginning their long wait for their sons to come home.
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((CAREY FULLMER:WELL WE ARE JUST GLAD THAT WE HAVE SOME GOOD MEN LIKE THIS THAT ARE OVER THERE TO DEFEND OUR COUNTRY AND TO MAKE A REAL STATEMENT FOR AMERICA AND WE JUST TRUST THAT THEY CAN COME BACK SAFE AND COME BACK SOON.))
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Some marines, like Corporal Jeremy Smith will be missing important moments at home. Smith said good-bye to his two month old girl Madison and is already thinking of how much she will grow while he is gone.
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((LANCE CORPORAL JEREMY SMITH:SHE'LL HOPEFULLY BE SAYING DADDY AND HOPEFULLY BE TAKING A COUPLE OF STEPS.))
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The word of the day was support. The families vow to support their marines over seas, while the marines vow to support their fellow grunts. For a father and son duo in Company-B, it's one in the same.
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((GUNNERY SERGEANT DON HUNT:OH I AM EXTREMELY PROUD OF HIM AS A FATHER AND AS A MARINE, I'M EXTREMELY PROUD OF HIM.))
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((LANCE CORPORAL NATHAN HUNT:I FEEL GOOD ABOUT GOING TO IRAQ WITH MY FATHER BECAUSE IT'S ALWAYS GOOD HAVING SOMEONE LOOKING OUT FOR YOU, ANOTHER MARINE, ESPECIALLY YOUR FATHER BEING THERE.))
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((JEREMY BUTTERFIELD:THE TWO GROUPS OF MARINES WILL MEET BACK UP IN IRAQ AFTER THEIR TRAINING. THE MARINES SAY THE EMAILS AND PHONE CALLS THEY ARE SURE TO GET FROM HOME WILL KEEP THEM GOING OVERSEAS. B-COMPANY WILL BE ON ACTIVE DUTY IN IRAQ FOR UP TO ONE YEAR. JEREMY BUTTERFIELD, NEWS 7.))
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Two people were killed in an apparent murder-suicide last night in Roanoke.
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Officers say family members found a man and woman dead inside a home in the 19-hundred block of Orange Avenue just before eight.
Investigators say 21-year-old Latoria Smith and 34-year-old Mark Anthony Lester had both been shot to death.
Officials say the shooting appears to be a murder-suicide. The bodies have been sent to the medical examiner's office for autopsies.
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Covington police say a routine traffic stop last night led to the discovery of a methamphetamine lab.
Police say they pulled a vehicle over for speeding around 8:15.
During the course of events, an officer called for help from a narcotics dog team at the Alleghany County Sheriff's office.
This led police to get a search warrant for a room at the Townhouse Motel on West Main Street, where they found several items used to make meth.
Charges in the case are pending.

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Some area police departments hope a three-million dollar state grant will help them fight gang violent.
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One of the biggest benefactors of the grant was the Radford Police department. The department received nearly 78-thousand dollars. Chief Gary Harman says the city does not have a major problem with gangs, but hopes the money will keep it that way.
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((CHIEF GARY HARMAN:I DON'T THINK THERE IS A LARGE GANG PROBLEM AT THIS TIME. WE HAVE HAD A FEW GANG MEMBERS THAT ARE TRICKLING IN HERE AND THERE AND WE WANT TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO TRY AND SLOW THAT TRICKLE DOWN AND HOPEFULLY WE CAN PREVENT THEM FROM BEING ENTRENCHED IN THE NEW RIVER VALLEY.))
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Last June, Radford police and federal investigators arrested 14-people involved in a gang-related drug ring.
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The earthquake that spawned the deadly tsunamis in South Asian has literally hit closer to home. Researchers say the magnitude nine quake also made water rise and fall by at least three feet in a well near Christiansburg. It is NOT unheard of for wells to be affected by distant earthquakes, but the Christiansburg well is particularly sensitive to movements in the Earth. No one is sure why.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the Red Cross begins an urgent push for blood donors.
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Plus as a controversial methadone clinic is about to open, opponents vow to turn up the heat.
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Opponents of a controversial methadone clinic on Hershberger Road are keeping up their fight just days before the center could open.
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Some sixty Roanoke residents met last night to form a new committee to oppose it. The Northwest Concerned Citizens committee has already secured a lawyer out of Abingdon. Now they will try to raise nearly five thousand dollars to file a lawsuit against the C-R-C Health Group, which runs the facility.
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((TERYCK MANIGAULT:WE GONNA HAVE TO FIGHT FOR IT. WE ARE GOING TO HAVE TO GO ALL THE WAY. THAT MEANS PARTICIPATION, PEOPLE COMING TOGETHER AS ONE, AND WE JUST HAVE TO FIGHT THIS THING.))
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Other orginizations in Roanoke are getting behind the committee's efforts. Members of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference say they hope the gathering Friday night will show C-R-C that opponents are organized and ready to argue their case. The committee also plans to boycott neighborhood businesses that have not publicly opposed the clinic. The group will hold its next public meeting January 21st.
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A benefit concert at Hollins University tonight is sure to boost donations at some local charities.
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The 12th night Charity Concert hosted by the Total Action Against Poverty, or TAP, only requires one fee at the door.

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((ELLEN BROWN:EVERY PATRON GIVES A CASH DONATION AND OR FOOD DONATION, NON-PERISHABLE FOOD, FOR VARIOUS FOOD PANTRIES AND THE CASH DONATIONS ARE DIVIDED AMONG THREE PROGRAMS.))
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The three beneficiaries of tonight's concert are the Botetourt Food Pantry, the Botetourt Emergency Winter Fuel Fund, and TAP's Women's Resource Center. The concert begins at seven tonight and will be held in the Hollins University Chapel.
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One of the biggest blood drives of the year got underway in Roanoke today.
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The Junior League of Roanoke organized the Blood Bowl 2005 to encourage donors to donate blood for pediatric patients.
The group also uses the drive as a learning tool for the volunteers involved.
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((CATHERINE ARMITAGE:YOUR FIRST YEAR IN THE JUNIOR LEAGUE YOU'RE BEING TRAINED AND THIS BLOOD DRIVE IS A TRAINING PROGRAM. TO LEARN HOW TO DO FUND RAISING, TO LEARN HOW TO COORDINATE VOLUNTEERS, TO LEARN HOW TO RUN AN OPERATION.))
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The Roanoke Valley chapter of the Red Cross also benefits from the donor drive. It expects to take in more blood today than collected from the entire valley last week.
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((BOB LUTJEN/AMERICAN RED CROSS:PEOPLE THAT NEED BLOOD ARE FRIENDS, FAMILY, NEIGHBORS, BUSINESS ASSOCIATES, CLASSMATES IT'S NOT SOME NAMELESS FACELESS PATIENT.))
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More than 200 pints of blood were expected to be collected in today's Blood Bowl. The Red Cross says that will be a large chunk of the pediatric blood it needs in 2005.
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After a short break, we'll take a look back at this week's business news.
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Then a little later, we'll head to the Consumer Electronics show to see what's new in the latest gadgets.
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Virginians could soon have to pay more for their phone service. But the cost of plane tickets is coming down. With that and more, here's Donald Graham.
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Echostar is looking for more help at its Christiansburg call center. The company's taking on more new customers than projected and needs to hire another 200 people by the end of February.

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Virginians will likely pay more for some Verizon phone services. The State Corporation Commission approved a modifed version of the company's request to raise rates. Now basic rates can go up 10 percent a year until reaching a cap based on inflation since 19-94. Caller ID and Call waiting services can go up 10 percent a year with NO cap. Verizon will decide later this month to accept the modified plan.
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Delta Air Lines is slashing many fares and creating a new rate schedule that keeps fares consistently low. The company says it'll cut the price of tickets to cities in the continental U-S by up to 50 percent. No one-way coach ticket will cost more than 499 dollars. No one-way first-class ticket will cost more than 599 dollars. Passengers will no longer have to agree to a Saturday night stay to get the reduced rate. And the fee for *changing* a ticket will drop form 100 to 50-dollars.
For News 7, I'm Donald Graham and that's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS] ))

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Coming up, VMI opens Big South play, we'll hit Tobacco Road for some ACC wars, and
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The Tech women are in Durham to face the number 2 Blue Devils tomorrow afternoon.
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The VMI Keydets opened Big South Conference play, albeit 3 hours later than they were supposed to. The game against Charleston Southern was supposed to begin a 1 o'clock but was pushed back to 4 after a scheduling conflict with game officials.
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The Keydets lost three straight over the holidays, and were anxious to get off on the right foot in the league.
Early in the second half, Matt Coward helps VMI cut into a 12 point halftime deficit with the long range bomb.
Later, VMI gets it done inside. Reggie Williams misses from in close, but Tim Almond cleans up the mess underneath for 2 of his 17 points.
But Terrell Brown and the Bucs were pretty tough. Brown goes downtown for a triple and the visitors started to pull away.
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Levar Joseph returned from a knee injury to play well for the Keydets. But Charleston Southern won it 78 to 67.
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Virginia Tech is at Florida State tonight in ACC play, while UVA battles Georgia Tech at Alexander Memorial Coliseum in an 8 o'clock start. League play got serious today in Chapel Hill where the Tarheels from UNC whipped defending champ Maryland.
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The Terps led a good part of the first half, but Rashad McCants scored 19 points to lead 7 Heels in double figures. Carolina turned this one into a rout winning 109 to 75 for it's 13th consecutive victory.
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Down at Clemson, Wake Forest guard Justin Gray canned 25 first half points to get the Demon Deacons on their way. Wake took care of the Tigers 103 to 68.
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And Duke stayed unbeaten by holding off Temple 82 to 74. Roanoke's JJ Redick scored 22 for the Devils in the win.
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The Virginia Tech women play their first ACC road game tomorrow afternoon. And what a way to start--the Hokies take on number 2 Duke in a 2pm tip. To be successful, Carrie Mason, Fran Recchia and the rest of the Tech guards will have to play well.
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Dunkenberger's team cracked the top 25 for the first time this week, and that's been a source of confidence for the players.
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Wildcard weekend is underway. Right now in the 3rd quarter of the NFC game, the Rams lead the Seahawks 14 to 10. Marc Bulger has a touchdown pass to Torry Holt in that one. Later tonight, it's the Chargers and the Jets from the left coast. San Diego Coach Marty Schottenheimer, who was named the league's Coach of the Year today, is just 5 and 11 for his career in the playoffs while the Jets have been losers in three of their past four outings.
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Finally tonight, this was a big week for technology lovers.
All the companies that manufacture high tech gadgets brought their new products to Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show.
Manuel Gallegus has more.
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((FROM A FAUCET THAT TURNS ITSELF ON AND OFF TO A PLASMA TV THAT BECOMES A WORK OF ARTTHE HIGH TECH HOME OF THE FUTURE IS HERE NOW AT THE CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW.

-NAT SOT- 55;27 go back to our main interface here


FROM A MEDIA CENTER IN THE DINING ROOMYOU CAN CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOMEPLAY MUSIC, EDIT PHOTOSOR SEND VIDEO TO ANOTHER ROOM.
IN THE KITCHENTHERES AN OVENTHATS ALSO A REFRIGERATOR IT KEEPS YOUR FOOD COOL BEFORE IT COOKS ITAND GIVES YOU THE WEATHER TOO.

-SOT-JOHN GASIEWSKI, TMIO INC.

youre still using the same recipes grandma usedyoure just doing it in an oven thats connected

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THERE ARE MASSIVE SPEAKERS SMALLER ONESAND STEREOS THAT HAVE ENOUGH HOOK-UPS TO DRIVE SOME ONE CRAZY
OR JUST PUT YOUR IPOD INTO THE WALLFOR MUSIC AROUND THE HOUSE
MANUEL GALLEGUS, LAS VEGAS 1;12;08 stand up and for the homeowner who is very conscious about security check this outsomething very hi-tech. Turn the power on ,put the fingerprint hereand watch this it just pops right open.
AND IF YOU REALLY WANT TO EXPERIENCE THAT MOVIETHERES THE BUTTKICKER CHAIRA LOUNGER WITH MAJOR VIBRATIONhow does it feel?

-SOT- interesting haha 1;02;18


THE ELECTRONICS ON DISPLAY HERE WILL BE AVAILABLE IN STORES THIS YEARAMERICANS WILL SPEND ABOUT 12-HUNDRED DOLLARS PER HOUSEHOLD THIS YEAR ON ELECTRONICS. AND THEY CAN GET WHATEVER THEY WANTEVEN A STEREO THAT BURNS YOUR OLD VINYL INTO A CD MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS LAS VEGAS.
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