06:00-01

HEADLINES

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Record low temperatures hit the region hampering road crew efforts to clear snow and ice.
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And some University of Florida students head back to the sunshine state following a serious bus accident on a snowy West Virginia road. wx-head
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live-head
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Roads


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
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TAPE#edit of 96-3
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The ice, snow and cold temperatures continue to keep schools closed.
We'll show the list on the bottom of your screen during birthdays and Larry Dowdy's next segment.
As for the roads -- the Virginia Department of Transportation says the primaries are clear, but watch for icy patches.
V-DOT officials say most of the secondary roads have been cleared as well, but the cleanup effort hasn't been easy.
The chemicals and heavy equipment were not working in the extreme cold.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Road salt is ineffective in frigid temperatures.
And plow blades are no match for the ice.
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SOT 35:03:11
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((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT: A LOT OF OUR SNOWPLOW BLADES ARE BECOMING DAMAGED BECAUSE OF THE ICE. WHEN YOU RUN METAL AGAINST ICE. SOMETHING'S GOING TO GIVE AND IT'S NOT USUALLY THE ICE.))
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VO-NAT


In addition to the blades, engines are blowing up and transmissions are failing.
But break downs and packed ice haven't totally stopped V-DOT.
Operators are working on roads that have not been plowed.
These roads are mostly in the higher elevations.
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Also Roanoke City will resume trash and recycling pick-ups today.
Christmas trees will be picked up February 12th.

Power-Out


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TAPE# 96-2
GRAPHIC=2 shot


Last night was NOT a good time to be without power -- but that's what happened to MANY Roanoke residents.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


South Roanoke lost power for more than THREE hours as the American Electric Power Company worked on it.
Apparently a power line broke near the Roanoke River leaving hundreds of residents without electricity.
Power officials say they have NOT determined the cause of the damage and will not be able to assess it until this morning.
However, it has been temporarily fixed.
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wipe/wipe/wipe

Water-Break


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TAPE# 96-9
GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


Also in Roanoke, officials are still trying to secure a major water main break.
It happened last night on the corner of Mt. Vernon and Brandon Avenue.
Officials say extremely cold weather caused the break.
Workers valved it off, however some residents in the area are still without water.
Officials say the spill may cause hazardous road conditions as the water turns to ice.
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Meantime, caution is the rule when working and playing in these frigid temperatures.

Cold-Wx


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TAPE# 96-4
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Even everyday activities can be hazardous.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Every time you venture outside you are at risk of hypothermia.
Doctors suggest dressing in layers, and not drinking alcohol before you go out into the cold.
Alcohol actually makes you more vulnerable to frost bite.
They also say take extra precautions if you're working outdoors.
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SOT 1:28:25
IN Q=you have to take

((DR. EVELYN MANNETA/ROANOKE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL: YOU HAVE TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT IF YOU'RE GOING TO BE DOING SOMETHING OUTSIDE WHERE YOU MIGHT SWEAT. YOU HAVE TO BE ABLE TO TAKE SOMETHING OFF AND VENT A LITTLE BIT BECAUSE ONCE YOU SWEAT YOU'RE WET AND YOU LOSE EVEN MORE HEAT THAT WAY.))
SUPER=01-Dr. Evelyn Manneta/Roanoke Memorial Hospital;
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VO-NAT


Also remember to take your time when you're shoveling snow.
Your heart rate rises quickly in cold temperatures making some people at risk of a heart attack.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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Larry Dowdy will offer some more tips on how to deal with frostbite, later on News 7 Mornin'.

Bus-Ax


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TAPE# 95-109; edit 96-8
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More than 40 University of Florida students flew home last night after their chartered bus took a wrong turn during Friday's winter storm.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Pocahontas Co., WV/Friday;


Their ski trip was sidetracked when the bus ran off the road and slid 50 feet down a snowy hillside.
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


Around six students left from Roanoke Regional Airport.
Many say they'll just be glad to get home.
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SOT 22:33:48
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((ANDY DAWSON/FLORIDA JUNIOR: I THINK THAT EVERYONE IS HAPPY TO BE ALIVE. IT WAS A SCARY THOUGHT WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE BUS AND SEE WHAT COULD HAVE HAPPENED. WE'RE ALL GOING HOME. THAT'S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING RIGHT NOW. ))
SUPER=01-Andy Dawson/Florida Junior;
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=thing right now.
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VO-NAT


According to the students, not all will make the trip back to Gainesville.
Two are in a West Virginia Hospital and one remains in the University of Virginia Hospital with 2 broken legs and a punctured lung.
You'd think after this incident they'd want to stay in Sunny Florida next winter, but apparently the ski slopes of West Virginia still beckon.
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IN Q=Yea it's

((LISA HOLCOMB/FLORIDA JUNIOR: YEA IT'S SOMETHING THAT'S SITTIN' US BACK RIGHT NOW BUT YOU CAN'T BE AFRAID OF EVERYTHING. BUT NEXT TIME WE'LL FLY INSTEAD OF TAKING A BUS UP.))
SUPER=01-Lisa Holcomb/Florida Junior;
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OUT Q=bus up.
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VO-NAT


The students did manage to squeeze in two nights at the Snowshoe Mountain Resort-- but they didn't ski.
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1-Sports


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Time now for sports and the latest ODAC action --
Roy Stanley has highlights of the showdown between Roanoke College and Hmpden Sydney last night.
Good morning Roy.
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One-Larry


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TAPE#M96-2 Sleds
CHROMAKEY=Live/On Record
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SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;



(Roll cue:) You need a sled to meet your needs.
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SOT
IN Q=We have a wide...
SUPER=13-Ray Oyler/Ralph Via Hardware; :00
SUPER=12-Roanoke; :13
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LIVE=Larry/Full



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SOLDIER-BODY


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The body of the FIRST American solidier killed in the Bosnian peace effort is in Germany this morning.
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VO-NAT


Sergeant First Class Donald Dugan was killed in northern Bosnia Saturday from an explosion.
NATO is investigating the cause of that explosion, which was first thought to be a land mine.
President Clinton called Dugan's family yesterday to offer his condolences.
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Apartment-Fire


ANCHOR=Beth
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In Roanoke --
Police say a cigarette lighter in the hands of a child was the cause of a multi-apartment fire yesterday.
The blaze forced three families from their homes.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;


It happened in the Salem View Apartments in Roanoke.
Fire officials say the boy apparently set clothes and papers on fire in the bedroom.
The fire was so hot it melted the screens and blinds of an apartment in the next building.
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SOT 1:36:06
IN Q=to the particular

((GARRY BASHAM/DIST. CHIEF ROANOKE FIRE-EMS: TO THE PARTICULAR APARTMENT THAT WAS ON FIRE IT JUST ABOUT TOTALED THE INSIDE OF THAT APARTMENT. THEN WE HAD EXTENSIVE WATER AND SMOKE DAMAGE TO TWO OTHER APARTMENTS. WE FIGURE THE DAMAGE AT 70-THOUSAND DOLLARS.))
SUPER=01-Garry Basham/Roanoke Fire-EMS;
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OUT Q=70-thousand dollars
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VO-NAT


This is the second fire at this apartment complex in two weeks.
The first one did an estimated 2-thousand dollars damage to a kitchen.
In both cases smoke detectors were present, but batteries were missing.
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SOT 1:36:48
IN Q=if the management

((IF THE MANAGEMENT OF THE APARTMENT COMPLEX IS GOING TO SUPPLY THE DETECTORS, THE OCCUPANT SHOULD HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE SURE THEY WORK.))
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VO-NAT


Basham recommends changing the batteries in your smoke detectors twice a year.
He says the families have moved into vacant apartments in the complex.
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Out in California, a Las Vegas teen-ager is being questioned by the San Diego police about a fire.

VISTA-FIRE


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Five of the teen's family members were found dead in the blaze.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-San Diego, CA;


Fifteen- year- old Joshua Jenkins was taken into custody yesterday morning.
The bodies of his grandparents, SUPER=03-Vista, CA;

parents and ten-year-old sister were found Saturday in a burning condominium in Vista.
Authorities believe the fire was set AFTER the five were killed.
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SALVI


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Jury selection begins today in the Massachusetts murder trial of John Salvi.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


He's accused of killing two abortion clinic workers in Brookline in late 19-94.
Salvi was arrested outside a Norfolk clinic, where police say he was firing shots through windows.
He faces two counts of first-degree murder and five counts of assault with intent to murder.
His defense is expected to enter an insanity plea.
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2-scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
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In N-B-A action, the Denver Nuggets ended the Chicago Bulls' 18-game winning streak with a win last night.
Let's take a look at the scoreboards.
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SUPER=96-Denver/105/Chicago/=99//LA Lakers/110/Utah/103;
SUPER=96-Indiana/=90/New York/=83//Orlando/122/San Antonio/109;
SUPER=96-Phoenix/123/Washington/115//Atlanta/106/Charlotte/104;
SUPER=96-Golden State/=96/New Jersey/=92;



SUPER=97-Massachusetts/=78/Xavier-Ohio/=74//Kansas/=72/Kansas State/=62;
SUPER=97-Cincinnati/=79/South Florida/=60//Syracuse/=81/Alabama/=68;
SUPER=97-Miss. State/=78/Auburn/=75;




Two-Larry


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TAPE#M96-2 Frostbite
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SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;



(Roll cue:) Things to remember when you're out in the extreme cold.
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SOT
IN Q=THe most important...
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2HEADLINES


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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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VO-NAT


Record low temperatures hit the region hampering road crew efforts to clear snow and ice.
The latest winter weather has so far claimed four lives in the state.
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VO-NAT
ANCHOR=Beth


Some University of Florida students are back home this morning following a serious bus accident on a snowy West Virginia road.
While on route to the Snowshoe ski resort their bus ran off the road and slid 50 feet down a hillside.
Three remain hospitalized.
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VO-NAT
ANCHOR=Melanie


An autopsy is scheduled on the body of Sergeant First Class Donald Dugan, killed over the weekend in Bosnia.
The Army says Dugan stepped on a land mine.
But today's ``New York Times,'' cites a NATO statement as saying that may not be the case.
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And that's what's making news on this Monday February 5th.
ANCHOR=Beth


Don't go away, News 7 Mornin' will be right back.

Roads


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#edit of 96-3
GRAPHIC=Winter Wx


The ice, snow and cold temperatures continue to keep schools closed.
We'll show the list on the bottom of your screen during birthdays and Larry Dowdy's next segment.
As for the roads -- the Virginia Department of Transportation says the primaries are clear, but watch for icy patches.
V-DOT officials say most of the secondary roads have been cleared as well, but the cleanup effort hasn't been easy.
The chemicals and heavy equipment were not working in the extreme cold.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Road salt is ineffective in frigid temperatures.
And plow blades are no match for the ice.
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SOT 35:03:11
IN Q=a lot of

((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT: A LOT OF OUR SNOWPLOW BLADES ARE BECOMING DAMAGED BECAUSE OF THE ICE. WHEN YOU RUN METAL AGAINST ICE. SOMETHING'S GOING TO GIVE AND IT'S NOT USUALLY THE ICE.))
SUPER=01-Laura Bullock/VDOT;
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=usually the ice
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VO-NAT


In addition to the blades, engines are blowing up and transmissions are failing.
But break downs and packed ice haven't totally stopped V-DOT.
Operators are working on roads that have not been plowed.
These roads are mostly in the higher elevations.
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SS=2 shot


Also Roanoke City will resume trash and recycling pick-ups today.
Christmas trees will be picked up February 12th.

Power-Out


ANCHOR=Beth 2 shot
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=rjo
TAPE# 96-2
GRAPHIC=2 shot


Last night was NOT a good time to be without power -- but that's what happened to MANY Roanoke residents.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


South Roanoke lost power for more than THREE hours as the American Electric Power Company worked on it.
Apparently a power line broke near the Roanoke River leaving hundreds of residents without electricity.
Power officials say they have NOT determined the cause of the damage and will not be able to assess it until this morning.
However, it has been temporarily fixed.
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wipe/wipe/wipe

Water-Break


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=rjo
TAPE# 96-9
GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


Also in Roanoke, officials are still trying to secure a major water main break.
It happened last night on the corner of Mt. Vernon and Brandon Avenue.
Officials say extremely cold weather caused the break.
Workers valved it off, however some residents in the area are still without water.
Officials say the spill may cause hazardous road conditions as the water turns to ice.
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ANCHOR=Beth 2 shot
SS= 2 shot


Meantime, caution is the rule when working and playing in these frigid temperatures.

Frigid-Wx


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GRAPHIC=2 shot


In weather like this -- even everyday activities can be dangerous.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Every time you venture outside you are at risk of hypothermia.
Doctors suggest dressing in layers.
And not drinking alcohol before you go out into the cold.
Alcohol actually makes you more vulnerable to frost bite.
They also say take extra precautions if you're working outdoors.
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SOT 1:28:25
IN Q=you have to take

((DR. EVELYN MANNETA/ROANOKE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL: YOU HAVE TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT IF YOU'RE GOING TO BE DOING SOMETHING OUTSIDE WHERE YOU MIGHT SWEAT. YOU HAVE TO BE ABLE TO TAKE SOMETHING OFF AND VENT A LITTLE BIT BECAUSE ONCE YOU SWEAT YOU'RE WET AND YOU LOSE EVEN MORE HEAT THAT WAY.))
SUPER=01-Dr. Evelyn Manneta/Roanoke Memorial Hospital;
RUNS=:11
OUT Q= heat that way.
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VO-NAT


Also remember to take your time when you're shoveling snow.
Your heart rate rises quickly in cold temperatures making some people at risk of a heart attack.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=winter ws


The past week of snow, ice and record cold across the nation is blamed in 61 deaths -- four of those in Virginia.
Most occurred in traffic accidents on icy roads, but some involved Alzheimer's patients and others dying in the cold.

DUGAN


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A published report is casting doubts on the circumstances surrounding the death of a U-S soldier in Bosnia.
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VO-NAT


The U-S Army had said that Sergeant First Class Donald Dugan was killed Saturday after a land mine exploded at a checkpoint north of Tuzla.
However, a "New York Times" report states that NATO now says there are indications that Dugan did not step on a mine.
The newspaper says an investigation into his death is now underway.
Dugan's body is in Germany where an autospy will be performed.
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3-Sports


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=cro
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In sports, Roy Stanley has report on the Roanoke-Salem baseball hall of fame.
Good morning Roy.
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OUT Q=on morning

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Birthdays
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out= back to you.


Three-Larry


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CHROMAKEY=Live/On Record
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SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;



(Roll cue:) The many challenges of getting an early start for you and your car

in winter.
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SOT
IN Q=Well its a lot tougher...
SUPER=13-Fred McElmurray/Saturn of Roanoke Valley; :00
SUPER=12-Salem; :22
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OUT Q=as well as yourself.



LIVE=Larry/Full



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Winter-Wx


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#edit of 96-3
GRAPHIC=Winter Wx


As temperatures in many areas are breaking record lows, crews are continuing to clear snow and ice from roads, and Virginians are heading back to work after a storm that claimed at least four lives.
Blacksburg, Lynchburg and Roanoke all beat the coldest temperatures on record for the date.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Every time you venture outside you are at risk of hypothermia.
Doctors suggest dressing in layers.
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


The ice and cold temperatures are hampering The Virginia Department of Transportation's clean up effort.
The chemicals and heavy equipment are not working as well in this extreme cold.
V-DOT reports icy spots on primary roads this morning, and most of the secondary roads are cleared.
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


The road may be especially icy where a water main broke at Mt. Vernon and Brandon Avenue in Roanoke.
It's still under repair.
Some residents are without water in that area.
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Ax


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NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE# 95-109; edit 96-8
GRAPHIC=none


More than 40 University of Florida students flew home last night after their chartered bus took a wrong turn in the winter storm on Friday.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Pocahontas Co., WV/Friday;


Their ski trip was sidetracked when the bus ran off the road and slid 50 feet down a snowy hillside.
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


Around six students left from Roanoke Regional Airport.
Many say they'll just be glad to get home.
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SOT 22:33:48
IN Q=I think that

((ANDY DAWSON/FLORIDA JUNIOR: I THINK THAT EVERYONE IS HAPPY TO BE ALIVE. IT WAS A SCARY THOUGHT WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE BUS AND SEE WHAT COULD HAVE HAPPENED. WE'RE ALL GOING HOME. THAT'S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING RIGHT NOW. ))
SUPER=01-Andy Dawson/Florida Junior;
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=thing right now.
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VO-NAT


According to the students, not all will make the trip back to Gainesville.
Two are in a West Virginia Hospital and one remains in the University of Virginia Hospital with 2 broken legs and a punctured lung.
You'd think after this incident they'd want to stay in Sunny Florida next winter, but apparently the ski slopes of West Virginia still beckon.
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SOT
IN Q=Yea it's

((LISA HOLCOMB/FLORIDA JUNIOR: YEA IT'S SOMETHING THAT'S SITTIN' US BACK RIGHT NOW BUT YOU CAN'T BE AFRAID OF EVERYTHING. BUT NEXT TIME WE'LL FLY INSTEAD OF TAKING A BUS UP.))
SUPER=01-Lisa Holcomb/Florida Junior;
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=bus up.
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VO-NAT


The students did manage to squeeze in two nights at the Snowshoe Mountain Resort-- but they didn't ski.
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Fire


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-1
GRAPHIC=Fire


Police say a child playing with a cigarette lighter sparked a multi-apartment fire in Roanoke yesterday, causing three families to be moved from their homes.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;


It happened in the Salem View Apartments in Roanoke.
Fire officials say the boy apparently set clothes and papers on fire in the bedroom.
The fire was so hot it melted the screens and blinds of an apartment in the next building.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 1:36:06
IN Q=to the particular

((GARRY BASHAM/DIST. CHIEF ROANOKE FIRE-EMS: TO THE PARTICULAR APARTMENT THAT WAS ON FIRE IT JUST ABOUT TOTALED THE INSIDE OF THAT APARTMENT. THEN WE HAD EXTENSIVE WATER AND SMOKE DAMAGE TO TWO OTHER APARTMENTS. WE FIGURE THE DAMAGE AT 70-THOUSAND DOLLARS.))
SUPER=01-Garry Basham/Roanoke Fire-EMS;
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=70-thousand dollars
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VO-NAT


This is the second fire at this apartment complex in two weeks.
The first one did an estimated 2-thousand dollars damage to a kitchen.
In both cases smoke detectors were present, but batteries were missing.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 1:36:48
IN Q=if the management

((IF THE MANAGEMENT OF THE APARTMENT COMPLEX IS GOING TO SUPPLY THE DETECTORS, THE OCCUPANT SHOULD HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE SURE THEY WORK.))
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=MAKE SURE THEY WORK
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VO-NAT


Basham recommends changing the batteries in your smoke detectors twice a year.
He says the families have moved into vacant apartments in the complex.
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Disaster-News


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 95-113
GRAPHIC=Flooding Aftermath


A recovery center for flood victims is set to open in Covington.
SS=Full Screen


The Virginia Department of Emergency Services is opening the shelter tomorrow at the National Guard Armory at the intersection of Oak Street and Lexington Avenue.
The hours will be from 9 until 6 Monday through Saturday and from noon until 6 on Sunday.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bath Co./January 19;


The center will provide disaster victims a place to learn about the types of assistance available, ask questions and discuss their needs with representatives of various agencies.
Other centers will open in Shenandoah County and Waynesboro.
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SS=Full Screen


Before going to the centers victims should register for disaster assistance by calling 1-800- 4-6-2 9-0-2-9 or for the hearing and speech impaired 1- 800- 4-6-2 7-5-8-5.

4-scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=nfl logo


Turning now to sports--
The N-F-C took the Pro-Bowl 20-to-13 over the A-F-C as the N-F-L season came to an end.
Let's take a look at the scoreboards.
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SUPER=100-NFC/=20/AFC/=13;



SUPER=96-Indiana/=90/New York/=83//Orlando/122/San Antonio/109;
SUPER=96-Phoenix/123/Washington/115//Atlanta/106/Charlotte/104;
SUPER=96-Denver/105/Chicago/=99//LA Lakers/110/Utah/103;
SUPER=96-Golden State/=96/New Jersey/=92;



SUPER=97-Massachusetts/=78/Xavier-Ohio/=74//Kansas/=72/Kansas State/=62;
SUPER=97-Cincinnati/=79/South Florida/=60//Syracuse/=81/Alabama/=68;
SUPER=97-Miss. State/=78/Auburn/=75;



SUPER=103-Vancouver/==4/Winnipeg/==2//Tampa Bay/==5/Buffalo/==2;
SUPER=103-NY Islanders/==5/Dallas/==3//Chicago/==4/Anaheim/==1;