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A winter storm is heading our way-
Robin will have the radar showing just where the storm is-
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Plus we'll see how people are preparing for the possibility of ice.
Also the cause of an apartment fire is found.
And this birds wearing socks but it's not to make a fashion statement.
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News 7 is next.
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Snow-Preps


ANCHOR=Jean
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TAPE#96-101
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Southwest Virginia is bracing for the latest winter storm.
ICE not SNOW could be the trouble this time- A significant amount of ice is expected tomorrow.
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That forecast has many people keeping an eye outside tonight.
That's where we find Kimberly McBroom in Roanoke County- Kim It looks like it's still dry out there? Roll cue: a waiting game with Mother nature.
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QUESTION: Does VDOT have any other advice for people heading out tomorrow morning? Robin
Robin Reed has been tracking this storm all night? Robin you say it's snowing in some areas right now? Robin in weather center
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TOSS TO JEAN

XGR


ANCHOR=Jean
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TAPE#96-98
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The state of the Commonwealth is "strong, vibrant, and thriving."
That's according to chief executive George Allen, in his final year in office.
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Ellen Qualls is at the state capitol tonight, where the General Assembly kicked off its 45 days of official work for 1997.
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George Allen led Virginia to abolish parole, establish truth in criminal sentencing, reform juvenile justice laws, and put welfare recipients to work.
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But his most roundly acknowledged legacy -- and what he chose to base a surprise tax cut proposal on -- is jobs. **Rolled from the Truck**
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: THE WORLD NOW KNOWS THAT VIRGINIA IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS.))
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It's probably his most oft- repeated public phrase.
And with 600 new businesses or business expansions in 3 years, he's earned the right to say it.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: THE NUMBER OF VIRGINIANS WORKING TODAY IS MORE THAN ITS EVER BEEN IN THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF THE COMMONWEALTH -- NEARLY 3-POINT-2 MILLION PEOPLE.))
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That means more employers paying more unemployment taxes than ever into a well- stocked fund.
So that's the justification for a tax cut -- a campaign promise the General Assembly has NOT helped Allen keep.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: WE SHOULD NOT BE UNNECESSARILY COLLECTING TAXES FROM BUSINESSES WHEN THEY COULD BETTER USE THAT MONEY TO MADE ADDITIONAL INVESTMENTS AND CREATE MORE JOBS.))
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: I THINK EVERYONE HERE WILL LOOK AT IT ON THE MERITS OF THE BILL. WHICH IS WHAT CAN WE DO TO HELP BUSINESS BY REDUCING THEIR TAX BURDEN. BUT ON THE OTHER SIDE ALSO MAKING SURE THAT THE SYSTEM IS THERE TO SERVE WORKERS WHO LOSE THEIR JOBS. BOTH GOALS HAVE TO BE MET.))
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So the Governor outlined a specific agenda for this General Assembly that also includes prosecuting drug gangs in one trial, reading help for first graders, and a call again for parental notification for minor abortions.
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((LET US ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT OUR COMMONWEALTH'S FUTURE IS WHAT WE DARE TO MAKE IT.))
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But individual lawmakers will also be setting the agenda.
And in fact a bill has already been filed to repeal a recently remembered law -- the 1979 law that legalized the medicinal use of marijuana.
As we told you tonight at six, the fun may NOT stop there.
The General Assembly, including then- delegate George Allen, voted to make HEROIN legal for terminal cancer patients in 1988.
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We may hear more on that in the upcoming days, Jean.

AMP


ANCHOR=Jean
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TAPE#96-103
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The Governor's address mentioned the Commonwealth's low unemployment.
Roanoke County's figure is among the lowest, at ONE POINT NINE PERCENT.
But it may be going up.
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AMP Incorporated says it will close its Roanoke Valley operations in March- Roughly 400 jobs will be lost including some at a smaller plant in the city of Roanoke.
The company makes connectors for computers.
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It calls the layoffs a streamlining move.
One employee says most production workers average about 10 to 11 dollars.

Apartment-Fire


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An electrical problem sparked the fire at the Bent Creek Apartment complex in Roanoke County.
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That's according to investigators who were back at the scene today..
Yesterday's fire apparently started inside the wall between two units-
The Assistant Fire Marshal says a electrical wire shorted out against a copper pipe-
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The building burned for about two hours severely damaging six of the twelve apartments.
Tonight's estimate of damage is at more than 150 thousand dollars.
No one was hurt in the blaze.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
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Still to come on the Newscast, we'll see what area lawmakers want done to save social security,
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And Supreme Court begins hearing arguments on one of the most controversial issues of our time... Assisted suicide.
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Assisted-Suicide


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
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Should terminally ill people be able to legally end their lives with the help of their doctor?
That's the question before the Supreme Court.
Liz Mullen reports.
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((It is one of the mostly hotly debated issues of our time. The right of a competent but terminally ill patient to chose suicide over suffering. That is the essence of a case now before the Supreme Court. The justices are reviewing two appeals, one from New York and one from Washington State, that are quite possibly the most closely watched cases since the court upheld the constitutional right to abortion in 1992. Currently, only oregon has a law permitting physician assisted suicide although a federal judge has blocked it from taking effect. In five other states, the legality is unclear and in the rest of the country doctor assisted suicide is against the law.
C. EVERETT KOOP, RETIRED SURGEON GENERAL: IT IS A TRAGIC COMMENTARY ON OUR SOCIETY THAT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE RIGHT TO ASSISTED SUICIDE AND WE DON'T EVEN HAVE THE RIGHT TO HEALTH CARE. Both sides agree that there is a real need to provide good quality care to patients who are dying. But it's the right of a patient to chose death that is now in front of the highest court in the land. DR. PAUL JUNG, AMERICAN MEDICAL STUDENTS ASSN.: THERE IS A LOT OF GREY AREA BUT IN THOSE INSTANCES WHEN THERE IS A CLEAR CUT INSTANCE FOR THE PATIENT TO MAKE THAT DECISION, WE BELIEVE IT SHOULD BE AVAILABLE.
The person most associated with assisted suicide, Dr. Jack Kevorkian, is not a part of this case because the supreme court rejected his challenge to Michigan's ban on assisted suicide in 1995. LIZ MULLEN/CBS NEWS: WE SHOULD FIND OUT THIS SUMMER WHETHER THE SUPREME COURT CONSIDERS THIS SANCTIONED MURDER, OR A MERCIFUL ANSWER TO HUMAN SUFFERING. LIZ MULLEN, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

Mystery-Death


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Two weeks after a six year old girl was murdered- attention focuses on the ransom note.
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New reports that a note allegedly left on a staircase was a second draft. A rough draft was also found- torn from the same pad of paper.
The girls parents have only spoken through attorneys which has created an impression one attorney calls unfair.
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((MARK LANGSTON/BOULDER, CO. ATTORNEY: IT CONJURES UP THE IMAGE OF SOMEBODY WHO IS ONLY DEFENDING THE BAD GUY, THE CRIMINAL.))
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The Ramseys have not been charged-
But Langson says it's appropriate for them to hire counsel.
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((LANGSON: THEY ARE BEING ASKED DIFFICULT QUESTIONS AND BEING ASKED TO MAKE VERY IMPORTANT DECISIONS, WHO ELSE ARE YOU GOING TO CALL? ))
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JonBonet Ramsey was found dead in the family's basement the day after Christmas.
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Social-Security


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TAPE#96-97
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Millions of Americans worry that Social Security won't be there when they retire, but the federal government is at least CONSIDERING some solutions.
Len Besthoff reports.
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(( Earlier this week a commission came out with recommendations on how to keep Social Security money, the backbone of millions of citizens retirement plans, safe for future generations.
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((SHIRLEY CROWDER: I THINK SOCIAL SECURITY IS A GOOD THING, AND I HOPE IT NEVER RUNS OUT.))
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((ANGELA NOELL: I'M DESERVING, I WORK FOR IT.))
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All of the ideas, to one degree or another, call for at least studying the idea of putting some of the fund into the stock market.
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As you might guess, the stock market scenario sits well with stockbrokers.
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((BEN HARTMAN/STOCKBROKER-EDWARD D. JONES: A LOT OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY FUNDS ARE INVESTED IN LOW INTEREST PAYING GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. IT'S JUST NOT WORKING OUT.))
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So how do our elected representatives stand on the issue?
Congressman Bob Goodlatte prefers no changes.
He "strongly supports the current Social Security program", noting "it's a sacred contract."
Senator Chuck Robb advocates some change but he isn't siding with any of the new proposals yet.
He says "we have to look into personal security accounts and allow individuals to choose how they are to invest."
Senator John Warner, and Congressmen Virgil Goode and Rick Boucher remain undecided.
Boucher went a step further, saying that Social Security CAN pay its bills until 2030, and that "the potential to invest Social Security funds in other than government obligations is a recommendation that deserves serious consideration".
For their full comments check the business section of our homepage at www.wdbj7.com.
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((But our friends in Washington say Social Security will be on the back burner this year. That's because a balanced budget amendment and making Medicare solvent will come first. Len Besthoff, News-7.))
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Soft Music Under
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Coming up next on the newscast, the woman who was accused of neglecting dozens of pets speaks out,
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and we'll see what happened when a Swan found a chilly reception at its favorite swimming hole.
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Green


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TAPE#96-102
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Valery Green says she's being unfairly tried in the media.
She's the woman charged in Franklin County with providing inadequate care to pets in her care.
In a phone interview Saturday, Green says the animal neglect charges are false and she did have someone to care for her animals while she's in the hospital.
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News 7 talked with Green this afternoon in her hospital room.
She says some of the reports of events in her past have been wrong.
Green says for one thing she did not leave her Floyd County residence soiled with animal feces.
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((VALERY GREEN/ANIMAL BREEDER: SO THERE WERE LITTER BOXES THERE AND THERE COULD HAVE BEEN A COUPLE OF PLACES ON THE FLOOR MAY BE WHERE THEY WERE MISSED. BUT THERE WASN'T ANY DOG FECES BECAUSE I DIDN'T KEEP DOGS IN THERE.))
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Green's Floyd County troubles followed her to Franklin County, where on Friday, officials found about 100 dogs and cats.
She says the latest problems stem from a personal vendetta of another breeder.
Green has a history of cancer and has been in and out of the hospital with complications since Christmas.
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S-Parry


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Roanoke Catholic was at home last night for a non district game against the Fighting Blues of Parry McCluer.
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Fighting Blues head coach Nelson Fox on the bench as the Blues go after their 9-th straight win.
The defense set up the Blues first two baskets Chip Coleman steals the pass and takes it to the hoop for the score and a 2 to nothing lead.
Then Mike Clark steals the pass and passes it to David Downs for the Layup as the Blues scored the first two baskets of the game.
Catholic's Brendan McCarthy drives hard to the basket but pulls up and nails the jumper Catholic trailed by 9.
The Fighting Blues push it out side SUPER=33-Parry McCluer/66/Roanoke

Catholic/43/;Damion Beverly has all day to make the jumper and Parry McCluer wins the game 66 to 43.
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George Wythe, Martinsville and Forth Chiswell also won last night.

S-UNC


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At the Dean Dome last night, Maryland used a strong second half to come from behind and beat North Carolina 85 to 75.
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The Terps were close early in the first half going inside to Keith booth for the score and a 6 to 4 Carolina lead.
But the Tar Heels cranked it up Shammond Williams hit four thee pointers in the first half as the Carolina led by 5.
North Carolina had the complete inside outside game this time going to Serge Zwikker for the jumper The Tar heels led by 9.
But Maryland rallied in the second half Terrell Stokes goes inside for the easy layup and the Terps were back.
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Terps made their shots to come from behind and beat North Carolina 85 to 75.
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Mike Stevens will have a report on the Texas Motor Speedway Later on Mornin'

S-Scores


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Roanoke College lost its first game of the season today at Washington University and the Virginia Cavaliers beat Florida State 64 to 61.
For all of the scores lets check the boards.
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, Mike Stevens will joins us from the Lone Star State for tonight's report on the NASCAR Media tour.
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And Steve Mason will bounce the ball around tonight on Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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S-Hoops


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Onto the hardwoods-- High school basketball teams are in district play.
Steve Mason brings us up to date on Hometown Hoops Weekly with visits to 7 schools.
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((STEVE MASON:)) ((BILL POPE:))
((Viking teams seem to always be resilient. Last year's club was 3 and 4 heading into the new year and finished 17 and 9.
Guard Xavier Lee, who scored 23 last night against Blacksburg is taking over the leadership role. Speaking of Blacksburg, Bob Trear's Indians are led by 6'6 senior Phillip Klaus who is averaging over 21 points a game.
In Seminole District news, Mark Hank's Minutemen are off to a 8 and 1 start. Peanut arrington leads Liberty with 22 pts a contest and scored a mind bobbling 39 last night against Martinsville. So how are the Minutemen dealing with being defending state champs? ((MARK HANKS:))
In the peidmont, Martisnville might be 3 and 5, but the city of troy's foundation is strong. Talk about balance, Troy Wells gets double figure scoring from 4 or 5 players about every night. District play begins Friday. ((TROY WELLS:)) ((STEVE MASON:))
On the girls triple A side, the Patrick Henry Patriots 3 victories this season equals their win total of the last 5 years combined. ((JOHN GRIFFITH:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((
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S-Texas


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-22
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All you need to find out if bad weather is on the way is check the dates of the NASCAR Media Tour.
Mike stevens and Photographer Len Eller check in from Fort Worth Texas tonight where they beat the snow out of the Lone Star State.
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That's it for sports. Have a Great Day everybody.

Swans-Frostbite


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJa
TAPE#Net
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The cold weather in England was just too much for one swan.
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The seven month old named Gazza was trapped in a frozen lake-
He tried to get out but could not.
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((DOROTHY BEESON/SANCTUARY HELPER: THE CONSTANT CLAWING ACTION TO MAKE IT UP THE BANK HAD TAKEN ALL HIS CLAWS OFF SO HE WAS VERY VERY WEAK. HE'D LOST A LOT OF BLOOD AND HIS FEET WERE QUITE SHREDDED AT THE ENDS.))
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But help is on the way for Gazza's frostbite.
The swan must wear socks though until his feet heal.
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