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Headlines

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A late night fire in Roanoke claims one life.
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And a powerful earthquake rocks the Middle East. wx-head
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Fatal-Fire


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A woman died in a house fire last night in northwest Roanoke.
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Firefighters arrived at 5-0-6 Rutherford Avenue at about 10-15.
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((JIM PATTON/DISTRICT FIRE CHIEF: WE KNOCKED THE FIRE DOWN JUST REAL QUICK AFTER WE GOT HERE. THERE WAS A COUPLE OF POLICE OFFICERS ON THE SCENE WHEN WE GOT HERE. THEY TRIED TO GET IN AND COULDN'T. BUT WE KNOCKED IT DOWN AND SHE WAS-- SHE'D BEEN DECEASED FOR QUITE A WHILE. ))
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A preliminary investigation indicated the fire was caused by the woman smoking in bed.
Officials say she was the only person in the house at the time.
Authorities are not yet releasing her name.
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Monty-Fire


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SUPER=03-Montgomery Co./This Morning;


And thanks to some neighbors, no one was hurt in a fire in the Lafayette
(La-FAY-ette) section of Montgomery County this morning.


At about three, neighbors noticed Edith Parker's house on Gardner Street was on fire.
One neighbor entered the house to wake the two people inside.
Others threw water on the flames and used fire extinguishers to keep the blaze under control until the fire department arrived.
Fire officials say it was probably caused by an electrical problem.
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Earthquake


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A POWERFUL earthquake shook the Middle East today.
Israeli officials say at least FIVE people are dead and DOZENS injured by the SIX point TWO quake.
It was felt in parts of Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria.
One of the hardest hit areas is the Israeli resort of Eliat (ay-LAHT').
SEVEN hotels in the town and more than 50 other buildings were damaged.

Bosnia


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After 4 years of war and a QUARTER of a MILLION dead, the Balkan warring parties have agreed to STOP the fighting.
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The presidents of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia initialed a peace plan yesterday at Ohio's Wright Patterson Airforce Base.
The agreement divides Bosnia into TWO territories with a central government and an elected president.
The deal provides for a NATO force including some 20-thousand U-S troops to monitor the peace.
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((PRESIDENT CLINTON:THE NATO MILITARY MISSION WILL BE CLEAR AND LIMITED. OUR TROOPS WILL TAKE ORDERS ONLY FROM THE AMERICAN GENERAL WHO COMMANDS NATO. THEY WILL HAVE AUTHORITY TO MEET ANY THREAT TO THEIR SAFETY. ))
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But President Clinton has some convincing to do.
Republicans congressional leaders say the president has NOT made his case on U-S involvement in a Bosnia peacekeeping mission.
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Meantime, Sarajevo residents reacted with enthusiasm and relief to news of the peace agreement.
Some watched the announcement by President Clinton on satellite television in a bar.
They celebrated with a bottle of champagne and some young people took to the streets in celebration.
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The peace agreement came as a welcome surprise to Bosnian students staying in the Roanoke Valley.

Students


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They say they're greeting the news with a mixture of joy, fear and a little skepticism.
Kimberly McBroom has more.
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SUPER=01-Mirha Durakovic/Bosnian Student; :11
SUPER=01-Vedrana Vasilj/Bosnian Student; :27
SUPER=01-Zehra Dzanic/Bosnian Student; :38
SUPER=01-Ajla Rasidagic/Bosnian Student; 1:00
SUPER=01-Haris Rustemovic/Bosnian Student; 1:13
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(( The War in Bosnia may be coming to an end.
But it's more than just a current events topic for these students-- who heard the news when they came home from school.
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((MIRHA/DURAKOVIC/BOSNIAN STUDENT: SHE TOLD ME-- DO YOU KNOW IT'S PEACE IN OUR COUNTRY? AND I STARTED TO CRY BECAUSE I WAS SO HAPPY.))
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An end to the war gives them hope of going home someday.
And speaking over the phone to overjoyed family members made it seem possible.
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((VEDRANA VASILJ/BOSNIAN STUDENT : IT'S SNOW OUTSIDE. IT'S SIX OR EIGHT FEET OF SNOW, BUT PEOPLE OUTSIDE-- THEY'RE IN THEIR PAJAMAS OUTSIDE AND THEY'RE SMILING AND THEY'RE REACHING THE HANDS OF EACH OTHER.))
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((ZEHRA DZANIC/BOSNIAN STUDENT : THE BIG THING IS, I DON'T HAVE TO WORRY MUCH ABOUT MY FAMILY ANYMORE. BECAUSE I BELIEVE IT'LL BE BETTER, AND MY FAMILY IS MORE SAFE NOW.))
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Even after the war, the students say it'll take years for their country to completely recover and get back to normal.
And history has shown that peacetime hasn't always meant an end to fighting.
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((AJLA RASIDAGIC/BOSNIAN STUDENT : A LOT OF TIMES, WHEN I WAS IN SARAJEVO, WE'D HAVE PEACE, BUT IT WASN'T REALLY PEACE. THEY ALWAYS SHOUTED, AND A LOT OF PEOPLE IN THAT TIME, IN PEACETIME, KILLED. ))
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((HARIS RUSTEMOVIC/BOSNIAN STUDENT: THEY REACHED IT ON PAPER, BUT NOT FOR REAL. I WILL BE REALLY HAPPY WHEN I FIND OUT IT'S HAPPENING REAL. ))
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But at least for now, they're very happy to hear that at least, the peace process is getting started.
And all of them say peace in their country is what they'll all be giving thanks for this holiday.
Kimberly Mcbroom News 7))

1-Sports


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The Roanoke Express is on the road. Mike Stevens has the details in sports.
Good morning Mike.
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One-Larry


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(Roll cue:) You've got to keep your guests entertained till the big meal comes

along.
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SUPER=13-Ed Murphy/Catering by Murphy's; :00
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Smart-Highway


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The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors vote NOT to rezone land for the Smart Highway may have jeopardized the county's industrial development.
Tracy Altizer has the story.
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SUPER=01-Laura Bullock/VA Dept. of Transportation; :21
SUPER=01-Larry Linkous/Montgomery Co. Supervisor; :57
SUPER=01-Ray Pethtel/Center for Transportation Research; 1:11
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((The land in question consists of 140 agricultural and forest acres in the Ellett Valley.
Between 1989 and 1993, supervisors passed seven resolutions SUPPORTING the smart highway with the knowledge that that land would have to be rezoned.
Based on that support the transportation department spent over two million dollars planning the road.
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((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT: WHERE THE SMART ROAD GOES FROM HERE IS A MATTER OF SPECULATION. OUR ATTORNEYS WILL NEED TO LOOK AT THE DECISION THE BOARD HAS MADE AND THERE ARE ANY NUMBER OF DIRECTIONS WE MIGHT TAKE. BUT FIRST WE NEED TO DECIDE IF WE'RE GOING TO PROCEED WITH THE PROJECT. ))
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If the project dies, relief for congestion on route 460 between Blacksburg and Christiansburg may be delayed.
The I-81 interchange for a new bypass called 3-A would have to be redesigned to handle the extra traffic that would've used the smart road.
That could hurt prospects for the county's new Falling Branch Industrial Park, whose main attraction is its interstate access.
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((LARRY LINKOUS/MONTGOMERY SUPERVISORS CHAIRMAN: IT MAY NOT DELAY ANYTHING OF THE REST OF 3-A, BUT WILL DELAY THAT INTERSECTION, WHICH IS VERY IMPORTANT TO US AS THE COUNTY AND TO THE TAXPAYERS OF THIS COUNTY TO GET SOME INDUSTRIES INTO FALLING BRANCH AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. ))
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Death of the smart road could also cost the region research and related dollars over the next 20 years.
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((RAY PETHTEL/ CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH: AND THE ECONOMIC SPINOFF COULD EXCEED 300 MILLION DOLLARS OVER THAT PERIOD OF TIME. ))
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SU VDOT could go to court. But state transportation secretary Robert Martinez says he's reluctant to pursue a road the local government doesn't support.
He says he'll probably first try to convince the opposing board members of the project's merits. Tracy Altizer, News 7.))

DMV


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The Department of Motor Vehicles is sending a letter to car dealers telling them they can not charge customers for electronically processing D-M-V paperwork while taking a rebate for having the service.
The D-M-V is responding to a complaint about the practice by a consumer activist.
The letter will go out to more than 200 dealers in Virginia who use on-line access to process car tags and registration.

Teen-Pregnancy


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According to the latest stats, Roanoke ranks third in the state when it comes to the percentage of pregnant teens.
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Yesterday, members of the Task Force on Teen Pregnancy held a news conference at the Jefferson Center.
They say now is the time to take action.
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((TED FEINOUR/TASK FORCE ON TEEN PREGNANCY: WE REALLY FEEL THAT IF WE CAN COME UP WITH FUNDING SOURCES AND IF WE CAN COME UP WITH PROGRAMS THAT WILL LESSON THE RATE AND REALLY CONTINUE TO DROP THE RATE THAT WE WILL MAKE GREAT STRIDES. ))
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The task force was formed a year and a half ago to combat teen pregnancy.
Now it's asking for the community's help.
The group will sponsor a town meeting next week at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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Another social issue officials are wrestling with is welfare reform.
It's still in the early stages, but it seems to be taking hold in central Virginia.

Welfare-Reform


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Social workers credit folks in the community who want to help, and recipients who want to work.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( It has been Sharon Swedlow's daunting task to try and implement welfare reform in the city of Lynchburg.
But she says getting able- bodied recipients to find work and take more responsibility for their children is not mission impossible.
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((SHARON SWEDLOW/WELFARE REFORM COORDINATOR: I KNOW I CAN'T DO AND I KNOW OUR AGENCY CANNOT DO WELFARE REFORM ALONE. AND THAT'S BEEN SOMETHING THAT WE'VE KNOW FROM THE VERY BEGINNING THAT WE NEED HELP AND WE'RE GOING TO NEED COMMUNITY AND ALSO AGENCY SUPPORT.))
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And that support has been there.
Swedlow says area churches, community groups and non- profit agencies have come forward to see what they can do to help.
And despite what the public might think, welfare recipients themselves have been willing to actively seek employment.
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((SWEDLOW: I SEE THEM BECOMING MORE AWARE OF THAT AND I THINK A LOT OF OUR CLIENTS HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO WORK, THEY'VE ALWAYS TALKED ABOUT WANTING TO WORK AND I THINK THIS PROGRAM WILL HELP THEM BECAUSE IT WILL GIVE THEM INCENTIVES TO WORK.))
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((JEAN EBERHARDT/EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: THIS IS A GRADUAL THING, IT'S NOT LIKE A BOLT OF LIGHTNING STRIKING OUT OF THE BLUE, WHICH GIVES US AS WORKERS TIME TO WORK OUT THE KINKS AS WE GO ALONG.))
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((And that's what most area social workers say, is that it will take time before they know just how successful welfare reform is. The real test comes in January, when the first round of recipients will be faced with a deadline of finding their own job. Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
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2-scores


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Nationally ranked Villanova, U-C-L-A and North Carolina picked up wins yesterday at the Maui Invitational.
For those scores and more, let's take a look at the scoreboards.
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SUPER=97-Villanova/=77/Santa Clara/=65//UCLA/=68/Wisconsin/=57;
SUPER=97-North Carolina/=87/Michigan State/=66;



SUPER=96-Toronto/102/Seattle/=97//Chicago/108/Dallas/102;
SUPER=96-Denver/107/Atlanta/=99//Portland/109/LA Lakers/108;




Two-Larry


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(Roll cue:) A complete meal with all the fixings.
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2Headlines


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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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A cigarette appears to be the cause of a Roanoke house fire that left one person dead.
Officials believe the victim was smoking in bed.
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VO-NAT
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President Clinton has a major selling job to do on his plan to send U-S troops to Bosnia.
The White House will have to explain why American forces are necessary to enforce a peace accord signed by Balkan leaders yesterday.
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VO-NAT
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And the U-S Coast guard rescues some 500 Haitians packed aboard a 75-foot freighter some 150 miles south of Miami.
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And that's what's making news on this Wednesday November 22nd.
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News 7 Mornin will be right back.

Blaze


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A woman died in a house fire last night in northwest Roanoke.
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Firefighters arrived at 5-0-6 Rutherford Avenue at about 10-15.
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((JIM PATTON/DISTRICT FIRE CHIEF: WE KNOCKED THE FIRE DOWN JUST REAL QUICK AFTER WE GOT HERE. THERE WAS A COUPLE OF POLICE OFFICERS ON THE SCENE WHEN WE GOT HERE. THEY TRIED TO GET IN AND COULDN'T. BUT WE KNOCKED IT DOWN AND SHE WAS-- SHE'D BEEN DECEASED FOR QUITE A WHILE. ))
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A preliminary investigation indicated the fire was caused by the woman smoking in bed.
Officials say she was the only person in the house at the time.
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Authorities are not yet releasing her name.

Gardner-Fire


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And thanks to some neighbors, no one was hurt in a fire in the Lafayette
(La-FAY-ette) section of Montgomery County this morning.
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SUPER=03-Montgomery Co./This Morning;


At about three, neighbors noticed Edith Parker's house on Gardner Street was on fire.
One neighbor entered the house to wake the two people inside.
Others threw water on the flames and used fire extinguishers to keep the blaze under control until the fire department arrived.
Fire officials say it was probably caused by an electrical problem.
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AGREEMENT


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Congress will hold hearings next week on President Clinton's plan to send some 20-thousand U-S troops to Bosnia.
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SUPER=03-Dayton, OH;


The troops, under NATO command, would help enforce the peace accord initialed yesterday by the presidents of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia.
The agreement divides Bosnia into two territories with a central government and an elected president.
Republicans congressional leaders say the president hasn't made his case on U-S involvement in a Bosnia peacekeeping mission.
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((SENATOR BOB DOLE/MAJORITY LEADER;HE MUST DEMONSTRATE THAT THERE IS A NATIONAL INTEREST.. INVOLVING 20,000 AMERICAN TROOPS...WITH AMERICAN'S SO FAR AWAY//WHERE ARE AMERICANS GOING TO LOCATED? WHAT ARE THE DANGERS TO AMERICAN FORCES? ))
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Meantime, Sarajevo residents reacted with enthusiasm and relief to news of the peace agreement.
Some watched the announcement by President Clinton on satellite television in a bar.
They celebrated with a bottle of champagne and some young people took to the streets and celebrated.
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The Bosnian students staying in the Roanoke Valley are celebrating also.

React


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Kimberly McBroom has their reaction to the news.
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SUPER=01-Vedrana Vasilj/Bosnian Student; :27
SUPER=01-Zehra Dzanic/Bosnian Student; :38
SUPER=01-Ajla Rasidagic/Bosnian Student; 1:00
SUPER=01-Haris Rustemovic/Bosnian Student; 1:13
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(( The War in Bosnia may be coming to an end.
But it's more than just a current events topic for these students-- who heard the news when they came home from school.
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((MIRHA/DURAKOVIC/BOSNIAN STUDENT: SHE TOLD ME-- DO YOU KNOW IT'S PEACE IN OUR COUNTRY? AND I STARTED TO CRY BECAUSE I WAS SO HAPPY.))
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An end to the war gives them hope of going home someday.
And speaking over the phone to overjoyed family members made it seem possible.
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((VEDRANA VASILJ/BOSNIAN STUDENT : IT'S SNOW OUTSIDE. IT'S SIX OR EIGHT FEET OF SNOW, BUT PEOPLE OUTSIDE-- THEY'RE IN THEIR PAJAMAS OUTSIDE AND THEY'RE SMILING AND THEY'RE REACHING THE HANDS OF EACH OTHER.))
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((ZEHRA DZANIC/BOSNIAN STUDENT : THE BIG THING IS, I DON'T HAVE TO WORRY MUCH ABOUT MY FAMILY ANYMORE. BECAUSE I BELIEVE IT'LL BE BETTER, AND MY FAMILY IS MORE SAFE NOW.))
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Even after the war, the students say it'll take years for their country to completely recover and get back to normal.
And history has shown that peacetime hasn't always meant an end to fighting.
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SOT 8:34:50

((AJLA RASIDAGIC/BOSNIAN STUDENT : A LOT OF TIMES, WHEN I WAS IN SARAJEVO, WE'D HAVE PEACE, BUT IT WASN'T REALLY PEACE. THEY ALWAYS SHOUTED, AND A LOT OF PEOPLE IN THAT TIME, IN PEACETIME, KILLED. ))
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((HARIS RUSTEMOVIC/BOSNIAN STUDENT: THEY REACHED IT ON PAPER, BUT NOT FOR REAL. I WILL BE REALLY HAPPY WHEN I FIND OUT IT'S HAPPENING REAL. ))
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But at least for now, they're very happy to hear that at least, the peace process is getting started.
And all of them say peace in their country is what they'll all be giving thanks for this holiday.
Kimberly Mcbroom News 7))

Quake


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Authorities in the Middle East are revising the number of people killed in today's earthquake.
They now say at least four people have died.
An earlier tally had put the toll at at least five.
But Egypt's Interior Ministry says a doctor who was critically injured in the quake was mistakenly counted among the dead.
Israel puts the quake's magnitude at six-point-two.
It was felt in parts of Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria.

Haitians


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WRITER=mel
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More than 500 Haitian refugees, crammed on board a 75 foot freighter, were picked up yesterday by the coast guard south of Miami.
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SUPER=03-Near Miami;


The boat spent two days trying to evade pursuit by changing course and heading into Cuban territorial waters.. before eventually allowing the coast guard to board.
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3-Sports


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In sports, Mike Stevens takes us around for the region for girls' hoop action. Good morning Mike.
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Birthdays
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Three-Larry


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(ROLL TAPE COLD OUT OF BIRTHDAYS)
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Fire


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A house fire in northwest Roanoke last night claims one life.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


Firefighters arrived at 5-0-6 Rutherford Avenue to find the body of 58-year-old Shirley Bailey.
A preliminary investigation indicates Bailey may have been smoking in bed.
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Parker-Fire


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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Montgomery Co./This Morning;


And thanks to some neighbors, no one was hurt in a fire in the Lafayette
(La-FAY-ette) section of Montgomery County this morning.


At about three, neighbors noticed Edith Parker's house on Gardner Street was on fire.
One neighbor entered the house to wake the two people inside.
Others threw water on the flames and used fire extinguishers to keep the blaze under control until the fire department arrived.
Fire officials say it was probably caused by an electrical problem.
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Hunting-Accident


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A hunter armed with an assault rifle opened fire on what he thought was a wild turkey in Nelson County.
Authorities say it turned out to be his hunting partner.
They say 28-year-old Byron Terrell of Waynesboro was shot yesterday by 24-year-old Toby Miner of Nellysford.
Terrell is in good condition at the U-V-A Medical Center in Charlottesville.
Turkey season ended November 11th and won't start again until December 11th.
Charges are pending against Miner.

Highway


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=tal
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Earlier this week the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors voted not to rezone land for the Smart Highway.
What will that mean for the county's industrial development?
Tracy Altizer has the story.
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IN Q=The land in question
SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.; :00
SUPER=01-Laura Bullock/VA Dept. of Transportation; :21
SUPER=01-Larry Linkous/Montgomery Co. Supervisor; :57
SUPER=01-Ray Pethtel/Center for Transportation Research; 1:11
SUPER=@Tracy1; 1:18
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OUT Q=Altizer, News 7.


((The land in question consists of 140 agricultural and forest acres in the Ellett Valley.
Between 1989 and 1993, supervisors passed seven resolutions SUPPORTING the smart highway with the knowledge that that land would have to be rezoned.
Based on that support the transportation department spent over two million dollars planning the road.
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IN Q=Where the Smart

((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT: WHERE THE SMART ROAD GOES FROM HERE IS A MATTER OF SPECULATION. OUR ATTORNEYS WILL NEED TO LOOK AT THE DECISION THE BOARD HAS MADE AND THERE ARE ANY NUMBER OF DIRECTIONS WE MIGHT TAKE. BUT FIRST WE NEED TO DECIDE IF WE'RE GOING TO PROCEED WITH THE PROJECT. ))
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If the project dies, relief for congestion on route 460 between Blacksburg and Christiansburg may be delayed.
The I-81 interchange for a new bypass called 3-A would have to be redesigned to handle the extra traffic that would've used the smart road.
That could hurt prospects for the county's new Falling Branch Industrial Park, whose main attraction is its interstate access.
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IN Q=

((LARRY LINKOUS/MONTGOMERY SUPERVISORS CHAIRMAN: IT MAY NOT DELAY ANYTHING OF THE REST OF 3-A, BUT WILL DELAY THAT INTERSECTION, WHICH IS VERY IMPORTANT TO US AS THE COUNTY AND TO THE TAXPAYERS OF THIS COUNTY TO GET SOME INDUSTRIES INTO FALLING BRANCH AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. ))
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Death of the smart road could also cost the region research and related dollars over the next 20 years.
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((RAY PETHTEL/ CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH: AND THE ECONOMIC SPINOFF COULD EXCEED 300 MILLION DOLLARS OVER THAT PERIOD OF TIME. ))
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SU VDOT could go to court. But state transportation secretary Robert Martinez says he's reluctant to pursue a road the local government doesn't support.
He says he'll probably first try to convince the opposing board members of the project's merits. Tracy Altizer, News 7.))

4-scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=nhl


The N-H-L's third-year teams continue their recent hot streaks.
Anaheim has won nine of 12 following a victory at Calgary.
Florida's win over New Jersey leaves the Panthers 9-1-and-1 in their last eleven games.
For those scores and more, let's go to the scoreboards.
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SUPER=#C-200;
SUPER=103-Florida/==4/New Jersey/==3//Anaheim/==3/Calgary/==2;
SUPER=103-NY Rangers/==9/Pittsburgh/==4//Washington/==3/San Jose/==2;
SUPER=103-Philadelphia/==5/Los Angeles/==2//Boston/==5/Winnipeg/==4;

SUPER=103-Toronto/==5/St. Louis/==2;