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Just ahead on News-7:

The holiday's over and Virginians -- like Americans everywhere are heading home.
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The Virginia Department of Transportation beefed up its road patrol to look for accidents and keep traffic moving along.
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We'll talk to the officials who help make the trip home a safe one.

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In sports, Virginia and Virginia Tech will now focus on the bowl season Steve Mason will have a report. Scores and Highlights from the N-F-L.
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And Ronde Barber of the Tampa Bay Bucanneers scores his first N-F-L T-D we'll show you how.
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December is just two days away-- but it doesn't feel like it outside.
Record warmth will continue into tomorrow.
Details coming up. [open]
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The holiday weekend ended tragically for three people in Halifax County.
43-year old Cecil Ray Butler died today.
He reportedly lost control of his car and crashed into a tree along Route 344.
Yesterday, 46-year old Margie Malloy and her mother, 65-year old Martha Malloy, died after they ran a stop sign then collided with two cars.
That was at the intersection of Routes 40 and 501.

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There were also reports this weekend of several cars breaking down...leaving motorists relying on the Virginia Department of Transportation for help.
David Johnson has more about the agency's road-side emergency assistance program.
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(( V-Dot officials say major holiday weekends tend to produce about 33-percent more traffic on the highways. For motorists whose vehicles have failed them this weekend, a safety service patrol was available to offer help.
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((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT SPOKESWOMAN; THESE ARE SPECIALLY EQUIPED TRUCKS DRIVEN BY PEOPLE THAT CAN DO MINOR REPAIRS, CALL FOR ASSISTANCE AND GET FOLKS OFF OF THE ROADWAY SO TRAFFIC CAN KEEP MOVING.)) [RUNS09]
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This safety truck was one of four monitoring Interstate-81 and I-581. The helping hands patroled between Montgomery County and the Botetourt County area, and out to Franklin County. They come equipped with gas, diesel fuel, an air compressor and other aids to help distressed travelers.
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((JEFF ECHOLS/VDOT SPOKESMAN; IF SOMEBODY IS ALONG SIDE THE ROAD BROKEN DOWN, RUN OUT OF GAS, OR FLAT TIRE. SOMEBODY WILL BE AROUND, V-DOT IN CONJUNCTION WITH STATE POLICE WHO ARE MAKING ROUNDS ALSO, TO PROVIDE SOME ASSISTANCE TO THEM AS WELL AS PEOPLE WHO NEED TO GO TO THE GAS STATION OR HAVE SOMETHING HAPPEN TO THEIR CAR. INSTEAD OF HAVING TO WAIT LONGER PERIODS OF TIME, MAYBE WE CAN HELP THEM SOME WITH THAT.)) [RUNS22]
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V-Dot also took down construction work zones to open up more lanes of traffic to keep motorists moving along. Still it's not been determined how much that helped pick up the pace. [STAND-UP/03:15:29] ((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; V-DOT HAS HAD THE SAFETY PATROL PROGRAM IN PLACE FOR MORE THAN FIVE YEARS. IT IS USED PRIMARILY ON HOLIDAYS, LIKE THIS THANKSGIVING WEEKEND. OFFICIALS SAY THE GOAL IS TO USE IT MORE FREQUENTLY IN THE NEAR FUTURE.)) [RUNS15]))

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Floyd County officials reportedly plan to reclaim an old prison, which at one time was going to be a boot camp.
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[use file tape - 97-39, Juvenile-Facility; 97-67, Rebound]
Rebound Programs bought the facility in June of last year to make it a boot camp for boys.
But, community opposition convinced the company to drop its plans.
Floyd County officials are reportedly paying 85-thousand dollars for the site and plan to stop any other correctional facilities from being built there in the future.
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President Clinton gave few "yes" or "no" answers to the 81 questions posed by the House Judiciary Committee.
And now many congressmen including a Southside Virginia representative want to hear more.
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They say Clinton should testify, on national T-V, in front of the committee.
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Congressman Virgil Goode has questions about what the President said under oath.
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Tomorrow the committee starts questioning witnesses.
Members hope to finish hearing all the evidence by the second week of December.
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Still ahead--some of the area's needy children will get a present this Christmas thanks to local church members.
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And, we'll meet a pair of stained-glass artists whose works are featured in area restaurants and churches.
That's coming up in a few minutes--first let's get a check on the weather with Andrew Freiden.
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If you like waking up when it's dark, fighting for a parking space and jockeying for position in the line to buy a doll named "Furby," it really is the most wonderful time of the year.
And your all-out assault on the malls has retailers seeing green.
That's one of the stories making headlines in this week's Business Review.
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[NOTHING ON CHROMAKEY THIS WEEK] [98-80, 39:32] ((Red-eyed shoppers got up early Friday morning.
And they kept going all weekend, dashing trough the malls and making cash registers jingle.
Retailers hope low interest rates and a surging stock market mean big sales this season. [98-60]
One place business is booming is on the Internet.
Three times as many computer users say this year they'll buy their holiday gifts online.
Still, analysts say 97-percent of retail sales will be made in stores. [98-62]
Smokers found out this week they get the bill for a national tobacco settlement.
Cigarette prices went up 45-cents a pack.
Both Philip Morris and R-J-Reynolds raised prices to fund the 206-billion dollar deal. [98-71,43:23] [NO SUPER!!]
Roanoke-based Advance Auto Parts filed a claim in federal court, trying to stop Advance Auto Accessories from using the Advance name on a website.
Advance Auto PARTS has been a registered trademark since 19-84. [98-60, 1:57:43]
Northern Virginia's Mobil Corporation comfirms it's talking to Exxon about creating the world's biggest energy company.
If Exxon acquires Mobil, it would be the richest corporate buyout in American history. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
The oil merger talks helped Wall Street cap a winning week.
The Dow picked up 174-points.
And the Nasdaq gained 178, finishing at a record high. [closing animation] ))

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Some of the state's legislators and dignataries went for a leisurely train ride this weekend.
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The "Thouroughbred Express 1998" rolled into Roanoke this morning.
It was making a return trip to Norfolk after taking more than 100-people to Blacksburg on Friday.
The first state speaker of the House from Norfolk since 1792 helped organize the trip.
Tom Moss said it was all about having a good time.
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The Express has been chugging up and down that route since 1992.
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Members of a Roanoke County church are helping the Salvation Army bring the joys of Christmas to poor children in the area.
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Winsdor Hills Methodist Church held a doll dedication during its morning service today. The Salvation Army provides the church with nude dolls. Then church members make fancy clothes for the dolls and return them to the organization. Most of them are distributed to less fortunate youngsters.
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((POLLY MCFARLANE/PROJECT COORDINATOR; SOME OF THE FANCIER DOLLS, IF YOU WILL, WILL BE AUCTIONED. THAT MONEY WILL BE USED TO PURCHASE MORE NAKED DOLLS TO SEND US NEXT YEAR. AND THE CYCLE BEGINS ALL OVER.))
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This is the 15th-year Windsor Hills Methodist has participated in the program. The church is one of several contributing to the project. Church members dressed more than 200-dolls this year. During the dedication ceremony, the dolls are blessed before being shipped out to their new homes.
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A Hillsville couple is known throughout the area for their stained glass artwork.
Theresa Hamilton introduces us to Lance and Janice Hudnall on this week's edition of Virginia Profiles.
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Lance Hudnall and his wife, Janice, share a unique talent...
Together they transform ordinary glass into beautiful stained glass creations. [NAT SOUND]
Their artwork is truly a team effort.
Janice designs each unique piece, while Lance carries out her artistic visions.
For Lance-- working at home has several clear cut advantages.
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((LANCE HUDNALL/ARTIST:YOU KNOW WHAT YOU WANT TO DO, WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO AND YOU'RE MAKING PRETTY THINGS, THINGS THAT PEOPLE APPRECIATE. )) [RUNS:08]
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The couple also repair stained glass-- such as this piece they're restoring for a local restaurant.
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((WE'RE GONNA JUST DO THE BEST WE CAN TO KEEP AS MUCH OF THE OLD GLASS AS POSSIBLE AND STILL MAKE IT FUNCTIONAL AND BEAUTIFUL. ))
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The Hudnall's primarily work out of their basement--
But, on occasion, have to get a little creative when working on larger pieces.
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((WHEN WE BUILT THE JESUS PICTURE WE BUILT IT ON THE DINNING ROOM TABLE AND SO WE HAD JESUS LAYING ON THE DINING ROOM TABLE FOR ABOUT TWO MONTHS, JUST BECAUSE HE WAS SO BIG. ))
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All kidding aside...
This particular stained glass holds a special place in Janice's heart since it hangs in a church and so is seen by so many.
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((JANICE HUDNALL/ARTIST:IT'S VERY UPLIFTING IT MAKES EVERYTHING WORTHWHILE, ALL THE LITTLE CUTS AND BURNS AND LONG HOURS, IT SORT OF COMES TOGETHER. )) [RUNS:08]
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The Hudnall's artwork is for sale in the Hillsville Shoneys and they also take part in numerous art shows throughout the year.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Hillsville. ))

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Hollywood has its share of creepy, critter films in theaters now..
First there was Antz..
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Now comes a bug's life.
We'll tell you about the movie and we'll have interviews with some of the famous people behind the voices when the news continues.
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A new movie now playing in theatres features a battle of the bugs--ants versus grasshoppers.
Patty Spitler has more about "A Bug's Life."
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"They come, they eat, they leave." NATSND Clip (Diller's voice) "That's our lot in life. It's not a lot, but it's our life. (Laugh)" TRACK Phyllis Diller plays the queen of the ant colony. It's a role she's accustomed to.
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That's been said, the queen of comedy, especially stand-up comedy, which is a thing unto itself. I did play a queen mouse in another full-length feature animated film. But this is the end, this is, you've seen it, of course, it's a monster film, it's fabulous. This new animation done with computers is, well, it's so much more sophisticated than the old kind that was done with just drawing. NATSND Clip "What's the point of going out there, they'll only laugh at me." "That's because you're a clown." "No, that's because I'm a prop. You always cast me as the broom, or the pole, or the stick - a splinter." "You're a walking stick, it's funny, now go." TRACK The actors thought they were only using their voices in the film, but in some cases you can see a little bit of them in their characters.
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Yes. That's why I never should have let them shoot that videotape. Yeah, he's, what happens is when you're reading the character, in spite of yourself you start acting it out, you become the character. That's what actors do. So when I say I see myself up there, it's not like I see David, but I do see the performance I would have given if I were up there and it wasn't animated. NATSND Clip "Circus bugs? I thought you were warriors." "Hey cutie, want to pollinate with a real bug?" "So being a lady bug automatically makes me a girl?" "Yikes, she's a guy!" "Come on Frances, you're making the maggots cry." TRACK In Hollywood, I'm Patty Spitler for CBS News.))

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And coming up, The Jaguars pad their lead in the A-F-C Central.
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And the New York Jets run and pass all over the Carolina Panthers 28-th ranked defense in the N-F-L.
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Virginia Tech and Virginia are now gearing up for their second season. Steve Mason takes an initial look at the bowl situations for both the Hokies and the Cavaliers a day removed from UVa's 36-32 win in Blacksburg.
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Vinny Testaverde threw two touchdown passes today as the Jets pounded the Carolina Panthers at the Meadowlands 48 to 21.
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Caarolina head coach Dom Capers not to happy with a call in the game.
But the Panthers would take the lead in the first quarter when Fred Lane takes it outside for the one yard touchdown run to make it 7 to 3 Carolina.
New York would come back with the running game. Curtis Martin takes the pitch from Vinny Testaverde takes it up the right side cuts it back and scores from 60 yards out and the Jets would take the lead 10 to 7 still in the first quarter.
The Jets used every play in the book. Wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson gets the ball on the reverse turns
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the corner and races into the end zone on the 35 yard touchdown run and New York wins it 48 to 21.
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Jacksonville has a two game lead in the A-F-C central after beating Cincinnati today 34 to 17.
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Neil O'Donnell waiting on his turn to play against the Jags.
Leading 7 to nothing, Mark Brunell puts it up and Kennan McCardle hauls it in for the 8 yard touchdown pass play the Jags led 14 to nothing.
The Bengals trailed 17 to 10 at the half. But O'Donnell opened up the third hitting Tony McGee on the 7 yard touchdown pass and Cincinnati trailed 20 to 17 in the third.
But Brunell would answer that T-D going to
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McCardle who catches the 3 yard pass for his second score of the day and the Jaguars win it 34 to 17.
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The Falcons and Ravens won today.
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In Chicago, the Bears hosted the Tampa Bay Bucanneers.
And Ronde Barber would score his first N-F-L touchdown he scoops up this blocked punt and he dances his way into the end zone from 20 yards out as the Bucs beat the Bears.
For all of the scores lets check the boards.
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Jeff Agnew of Floyd is the Hooters Pro Cup series champion. He won the title last night in Lakeland, Florida.
Agnew entered the final race 7 points down and came away with the title plus he was also named the Rookie of The Year.
Agnew has won 8 late model stock championships.

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