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You've been hearing about it all day.
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A storm's coming.... it's already here, in fact.
This is the view from Bent Mountain at this hour.
Coming up on News 7 at SIX, battening down the hatches for more winter weather.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


And a first-hand account of what's often called "partial birth abortion," from one women who says that's a misnomer.

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[ANCHOR=steve]
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In sports, Radford University announces plans to spend 6 million to beef up it's athletic facilities, Mike Stevens check in with the Express,
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and another William Fleming football player makes plans to play in college. his destination in sports.
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As winter storms go, this one is a biggie because it contains so many elements. High wind, rain and snow will all come our way. [open]
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The combined forces of el Nino and Old Man Winter are conspiring to take another shot at Southwest and Central Virginia.
A massive storm is bringing a lot of precipitation to our area. [Toss to Robin]
To tell us what form that precipitation will take, here's Meteorologist Robin Reed. [Robin in the WX Center]
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[TAPE#97-94]
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People from the highlands to the valleys are getting ready for tonight's storm.
The National Guard is even gearing up for this one.
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Tina Tenret has a full report from Bent Mountain.
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(( American Electric Powers crews are taking their trucks home with them tonight -- ready to respond at a phone call's notice.
And National Guard armored personnel carriers are rolling into Wytheville to trek through possibly heavy snow.
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Residents are pulling out their own heavy artillery.
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State police, meanwhile, say the most important thing is to stay off the roads until VDOT can come through with the snowplows.


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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Snow in the west is NOT the only problem.
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Virginia Emergency Operations officials are also gearing up for slick roads and river flooding in central Virginia, and a coastal pounding in the eastern part of the state.
And in the west, some power outages continue from last week.
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((MICHAEL CLINE/DEPT. OF EMERGENCY SERVICES: IF YOU WANT TO COMPARE IT TO LAST WEEK'S, THE CURRENT PREDICTIONS ARE THAT IT'S GOING TO BE SOMEWHAT MORE SEVERE THAN LAST WEEK, AND IT'S GOING TO LAST ABOUT A DAY LONGER. NOW IN ONE SENSE IT'S GOING TO BE A LITTLE BIT BETTER IN THAT THE SNOW'S GOING TO TAKE 24 HOURS TO DROP INSTEAD OF THE 12 HOURS THAT IT DID LAST TIME. SO THAT TAKES SOME OF THE PRESSURE OFF OF VDOT.))
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Governor Jim Gilmore's state of emergency declaration was still in effect from last week, so the emergency operations center was still up and running.
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[Cruz]
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The government has rested its case against Floyd County Real Estate broker Earl Frith.
Frith is on trial for taking money from the wife of a Columbian drug peddler.
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(( Frith says he took the $40,000 Pamela Cruz gave him, only because he feared he and his family would get wiped out by the drug cartel if he didn't play along. 12:33:15 ((YOU HEAR WHAT THEY DO WITH PEOPLE LIKE THAT AND THAT'S THE COMMON TALK OF THE DRUG INDUSTRY. I'D NEVER HAD ANY DEALING WITH IT.))
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While Frith insists he was scared to death when Pam Cruz showed up with 400 one hundred dollar bills, the I-R-S suspects it was not the first time Frith tried to help Javier Cruz launder money. ((I KNOW BEFORE WHEN WE HANDLED CASH, I ALWAYS YOU KNOW TOOK LESS THAN 10,000 AT A TIME AND WROTE HIM RECEIPTS FOR IT, DOCUMENTED MY RECORDS. IF THEY COME HERE, THERE'S NOT A DAMN THING THEY CAN DO YOU KNOW.))
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The I-R-S was monitoring the conversation at Frith's Roanoke Land and Auction office, as he assured Mrs. Cruz that he knew how to handle the feds if they came snooping around. ((LET'S SAY TOMORROW MORNING 15 G-MEN ROLL IN HERE AND SAY, "LOOK, WHAT'S YOUR CONTACT WITH HER?" I'D SAY, "UH UH," YOU KNOW, "NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS," YOU KNOW. "AND WHAT'S YOUR REASON FOR ASKING?" OR WHATEVER AND YOU KNOW. IF THEY GET PAST THAT AND COME IN WITH A DAMN SEARCH WARRANT OR SOMETHING, AND THEY FIND 40 GRAND, WELL, HELL, "THE LADY WANTS TO BUY A HOUSE."))
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During a break in testimony Frith said he'd known for some time that Cruz was a big-time drug dealer. [12:32:40] ((AND WE WERE PRETTY FRIGHTENED ABOUT WHAT WAS GOING ON. AND I CERTAINLY KNEW THAT THE INTERVIEW HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH REAL ESTATE. I KNEW THAT.))
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The defense began putting on evidence this afternoon and will pick up again in the morning.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The city school budget is still stirring up strong feelings for at least one school board member. We'll tell you why in just a moment.
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but first, we'll hear from some laid off General Electric employees. They believe they would still have a job if the company would quit sending their work down to Mexico.
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Last week, the General Electric plant in Salem laid off nearly 15-percent of its work force.
G-E said there is not enough work at the plant to keep everyone busy.
But the employees who lost their jobs think there's another reason.
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Scott Goldberg spent the day talking to former G-E employees.
Scott, why do the workers think they were let go?
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Keith, they blame it on NAFTA -- the North American Free Trade Agreement -- the controversial deal that removed trade barriers between the United States, Canada and Mexico.
It was supposed to help American companies sell products in other countries.
These workers say it's their jobs that went across the border.
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General Electric blames last week's layoffs on low production.
The company said not enough work was coming into the Salem plant.
But G-E also said sometimes the company farms out its work to Mexico and other countries with cheaper labor. [Pre Pro]
Company spokesman Mike Allee told News-7, "We only take those actions sending work to other countries when we're not able to perform work in Salem on a cost-competitive basis."
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((REGINALD BERRY/LAID-OFF WORKER: GE IS A COMPANY THAT'S GOT THE BEST ENGINEERS AROUND. AND FOR THEM TO TELL US THEY CAN'T MAKE A PROFITABLE ITEM IN SALEM IS HARD FOR ME TO BELIEVE.))
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((SCOTT GOLDBERG/REPORTER: THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HAS A SAFETY NET FOR WORKERS HURT BY FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS. IF THE GENERAL ELECTRIC EMPLOYEES FILE THIS PETITION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, AND THEY PROVE THEY LOST THEIR JOBS BECAUSE THEIR WORK WAS SENT TO MEXICO, THOSE WORKERS MIGHT BE IN FOR SOME EXTRA BENEFITS. ))
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((MARJORIE SKIDMORE/VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION: THE SAFETY NET WOULD BE THAT WE PROVIDE THEM SOME CUSHION TO HELP THEM FIND ANOTHER JOB, HELP THEM RELOCATE IF THEY NEED TO, HELP THEM GET TRAINING, GET SOME MONEY WHILE THEY'RE TRAINING.))
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The laid off workers say extra assistance would help.
But it won't change the fact they've been let go from a company where they liked working.

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The most controversial battleground in the abortion debate is sparking some emotional drama at the State Capitol this year.
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((CLAUDIA ADES/FORMER ABORTION PATIENT: UNLIKE EVERYTHING YOU'VE HEARD, MY BABY WAS NOT STABBED IN THE HEAD. THERE WAS NO SUCTION MACHINE. MY BABY'S BRAIN WAS NOT SUCKED OUT. MY BABY WAS NOT YANKED FROM MY WOMB. ANYONE WHO TELLS YOU OTHERWISE IS LYING.))
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Maryland resident Claudia Ades (ADD-is) has testified before legislators across the country.
She had an intact dilation and extraction procedure.
She says the phrase "partial-birth abortion" is inflammatory -- and the mis-named procedures are done only in worst case scenarios.
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((OUR BABY'S BRAIN WAS FILLED WITH FLUID THAT PREVENTED FURTHER DEVELOPMENT...EYES ON EITHER SIDE OF HIS HEAD AND MUCH, MUCH MORE.))
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((THIS PROCEDURE PULLS THE CHILD OUT AND KILLS IT...THAT ARE THREE-FOURTHS BORN.))
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Newman and Portsmouth senator Louise Lucas are co-sponsoring the ban.
Lucas voted against it last year.
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[Stocks]


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Another good day on Wall Street today as the [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
DOW rose another 53 points to close at 81-hundred-60.
NASDAQ climbed 13 and a-half points.
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Charges of mismanagement and rumors of a resignation have marked recent meetings of the Roanoke City School Board, but members say they would like to put the controversy behind them.
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The most recent debate followed claims that the preliminary budget was flawed. But last night, the City auditor said his review of the document did not reveal any serious problems.
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((HARRY DAVIS/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOL BOARD: WE'VE ALL AGREED TO DISAGREE WITH ONE ANOTHER AND TIME TO TIME WE'VE SNAPPED A LITTLE BIT AND WE'VE APOLOGIZED TO EACH OTHER. IT'S JUST YOU KNOW SOME ISSUES ARE COMING DOWN AND EACH ONE OF US HAS A DIFFERENT VIEW. )) ((BRIAN WISHNEFF/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOL BOARD: EVERYONE HAS THEIR OWN OPINION, AND I DON'T HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THAT. WHAT I DO HAVE A PROBLEM WITH IS MISCHARACTERIZATIONS OF PEOPLE'S WORK AND WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO DO.))
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Contrary to recent rumors, Assistant Superintendent Dick Kelley says he isn't resigning. Kelley is exploring other opportunities, but says he expects to stay until the start of the new school year.
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A VMI guard recieves Southern Conference player of the week honors, William Fleming's quarterback will pay college ball in state,
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and the Express gears up for a blizzard inside the Round House tonight. Huntington is in town.
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Another Friday Football Extra standout will continue his career in the college ranks. William Fleming quarterback Sherman lea has made a choice.
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The senior Colonel will play his college football at Virginia State University next season. Lea has accepted a full scholarship. Sherman led William Fleming all the way to the Group 3A Division 5 state championship game where the Colonels fell to Hampton.
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As News 7 sports reported first; NFL rookies Ronde and Tiki Barber will speak at the Roanoke valley Sports club later this month. now the dates are set.
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The two former cave Spring stars will speak to the club February 16th beginning at 6:15 in the Salem Civic Center Community room.
The meetings are reserved for members and their guests.
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[GO TO PINNACLE] For more information; about possibly joining the club call 983-9391 during normal business hours.
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[S-Express]


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The Express could face two snow storms tonight; the one that's supposed to fall from the sky and the Blizzard. Huntington is in town as the Express opens a three game homestand in a seven o'clock face off.
And Mike Stevens says the team enters the game in a rather unusual spot - on top!
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((MIKE STEVENS:)) ((FRANK ANZALONE/EXPRESS HEAD COACH:)) ((Nothing has been quiet about Daniel Berthiaume play in net in recent weeks.
The veteran netminder has been bringing the noise in the a big way. He's unbeaten in his last five starts. ((DANIEL BERTHIAUME/HASN'T LOST SINCE JANUARY 2ND:)) ((MIKE STEVENS:))
Tonight's game face-off at seven. And don't forget about the old-timers Friday night when Chesapeake comes to town.))
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VMI heads into this saturday's game on the road against Army with a 12 and 8 record.
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Keydet senior guard Darryl Faulkner has played big of late. In his last two games; Faulkner has averaged 25 points and registered 13 assists total. During the two game span he only has 2 turnovers and is shooting 50 percent from three point land.
Faulkner is just the 24th player at VMI to score over one thousand points.
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Radford University's athletic program will spend six million dollars on facilities this spring in order to keep pace with it's Big South competitors.
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The university will build an outdoor track and soccer complex in front of the Demon Center. The new facility should beef up areas RU was lacking in.
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Radford will break ground on the new athletic facilities this spring.
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