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Coming up on News 7-
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News 7 is next.
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[Tultex]


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Eleven hundred people in Henry County found out today they're losing their jobs.
This as the Tultex apparel company files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection.
As part of its reorganization, Tultex is closing facilities in South Boston, Roanoke and Martinsville.
Scott Goldberg has more.
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Many of the eleven-hundred workers who were laid off in Martinsville and Henry County are already looking for their next job.
But, as Marya Jones reports, their search might be a long one.
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((For Norma Collins and hundreds of other Tultex workers, the news couldn't have come at a worse time.
....Marya Jones, News 7.))

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One Virginia lawmaker says government needs to step in and help those displaced workers at Tultex.
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Senator Chuck Robb made that statement during a stop in Lynchburg this afternoon.
Robb says state and federal programs should help retrain and relocate those workers who have lost their jobs.
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((SEN. CHARLES ROBB/D- VIRGINIA: I'VE BEEN THROUGH THOSE SOME OF THOSE PLANTS AND I KNOW THE FEELING THAT'S GOING TO CREATE IN THE FAMILIES AND HOMES AND THE WHOLE AREA BECAUSE YOU TAKE THAT KIND OF A SHOT ECONOMICALLY IN A NEIGHBORHOOD AND IT'S TOUGH.))
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Robb also says trade pacts like NAFTA and the W-T-O are unfairly blamed for plant closings like Tultex.
The two- term Democrat voted for NAFTA in 19-95, and supports allowing China to enter the World Trade Organization.
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Dozens of Tultex retail outlets will also be shut down because of the companies reorganization.
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Employees say the store in Roanoke will officially close on December 31st.
Many customers say they are sad to see the store close.
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((SHIRLEY DURRANT/CUSTOMER: IT'S TERRIBLE FOR THE EMPLOYEES. SOME OF THEM WHO HAVE WORKED YEARS AND YEARS ARE GOING TO BE LEFT WITHOUT INSURANCE. THEY ARE GOING TO BE LEFT IN TERRIBLE SHAPE.)) ((THEY HAD GOOD PRICES, GOOD THINGS. SO I HATE TO SEE IT GO))
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Twenty five Tutlex Retail Outlets will be going-out of business.
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[Mars]


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NASA is still hoping the Mars Polar Lander phones home.
The agency has been trying to contact the craft since this afternoon.
Manuel Gallegus has the latest from the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, California.
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(( NASAS 165 MILLION DOLLAR POLAR LANDER ISNT OFFICIALLY LOST IN SPACE BUT, EAGER SCIENTISTS HAVE NOT HEARD FROM THE CRAFT. IT WAS SUPPOSED TO CALL HOME. THEY WERE DISAPPOINTED, BUT, NOT WORRIED.

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we spent a lot of time in the development phase and in the early days of operations going through and figuring out what could go wrong. And so what we need to do is exhaust the possibilities of all the things that might have gone wrong before we even postulate on anything catastrophic.
TRAVELLING AT 15-THOUSAND MILES PER HOUR, THE LANDER WAS SUPPOSED TO PARACHUTE DOWN NEAR THE SOUTHERN POLE OF THE RED PLANET, THEN LAND SOFTLY ON THE SURFACE.
JUST BEFORE ITS ARRIVAL, THE CRAFT WAS EXPECTED TO FIRE OFF TWO BASKETBALL SIZED PROBES-- THE PROBES WERE SUPPOSED TO CRASH INTO THE MARTIAN SURFACE, AND BURROW IN THREE FEET.
THOSE PROBES ARE DESIGNED TO TRANSMIT INFORMATION FROM THE LAYERS BELOW THE MARTIAN SURFACE. ITS HOPED THEY WILL PROVIDE CLUES ABOUT WHETHER THERE IS ANY WATER ON MARS, AND ABOUT THE POSSIBLE ORIGINS OF LIFE THERE.

-SOT -BILL HARWOOD/CBS NEWS SPACE CONSULTANT

its really a look back into deep time into the ancient past of mars to try to figure out where the water went and a look at the present of mars to try to figure out whats going on right now in terms of climate change.
-STAND-UP: MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS PASADENA))[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center

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((Hey everybody, steve mason in the house with you tonight. Coming up in sports, girls highlights from the Shaswville and Heritage single and double A final four. The boys season reved up tonight as J.J. Redick and the Knights squeaked by the Celtics. the NASCAR awards banquet went off in style tonight, more Virginia Tech sportsillustrateds coming your way and T.J> is snubbed again, all of this in sports.))

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Roanoke Police are cracking down on drunk drivers tonight in the Northwest part of the city. They're stopping cars to make sure drivers are alert and sober.
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Joy Sutton is near a checkpoint on 10th Street with the details.
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Joy vo's over :30 of vo.
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[81-Accident]


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Another accident on southbound Interstate 81 -- this time a car collided with a tractor -trailer.
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It happened about 4:30 this afternoon near the Dixie Caverns exit.
State police say a sport utility vehicle trying to avoid a traffic tie-up struck a guardrail and then was hit by a truck.
Three people in the S-U-V were injured -- two of them were taken to the hospital by life guard 10.
The accident caused an eight mile back-up.
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Changes along Interstate 81 could prove costly for many Botetourt County businesses.
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VDOT wants to double the width of Route 2-20 to eight lanes. That would wipe out two gas stations, a bank and part of a hotel. A dozen more businesses will be destroyed by Interstate 81 improvements. Tax losses could total hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.
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((THE LATEST STUDIES FROM VDOT IF THEY ARE CARRIED TO THE EXTREME WILL HAVE A DEVASTATING EFFECT ON OUR ECONOMY.))
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Cracker Barrel and Holiday Inn will also lose their entrances when a new exit ramp is built for Interstate 81.
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If your child has GAP pajamas you'll want to know about the latest recall.
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Approximately 55-hundred pairs of the pajamas failed to meet federal flammability standards. The standards require the sleepware be flame resistant.
The recalled p-j's are 100 percent woven polyester and are long sleeved two piece sets in yellow with a penguin print.
A navy blue version with a bear print is also being recalled.
Parents should return the pajamas to the Gapkids store.
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[Mall-Shooting]


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It's still not clear what lead to a shooting in late October near Valley View Mall, but today a defense attorney said his client was acting in self-defense.
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Deanna Beverly faces a charge of malicious wounding.
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She has admitted shooting William Staley.
But her attorney says Beverly was protecting her husband from a severe beating.
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((THIS IS NOT A CASE OF ROAD RAGE. FOR SOME REASON THIS MAN CAME UP TO OUR PEOPLE IN THE PARKING LOT AND STARTED A FIGHT AND WE DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY THAT IS, WHAT IT WAS HE WAS LOOKING FOR.))
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Staley is still recovering from his injuries and wasn't present at the preliminary hearing.
Meanwhile, prosecutors have withdrawn a charge filed against Cass Beverly.
But a judge certified the malicious wounding case against Deanna Beverly to the grand jury that meets in January.


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Academy Award nominated actress Madeline Kahn has died.
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A spokesman says Kahn had been battling ovarian cancer for the past year.
Kahn is perhaps best known for her work in Paper Moon and Blazing Saddles.
She also appeared in Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein and High Anxiety with Mel Brooks.
Madeline Kahn was 57.
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[Hanukkah]


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Tonight marks the first night of Hanukkah.
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Today President Clinton helped children light a menorah to mark the first night of the Jewish Festival.
The children sang a traditional Hanukkah song-
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Jews light one candle at sundown every night during the eight nights of Hanukkah.
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Stay with us, Steve Mason is up next with Sports[S-Brookville]


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We begin with football and the Group 2A Division Three state championship between Brookville and John Handley.
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The Bees marched onto Bridgeforth Stadium on the campus of James Madison University for the 7 PM kickoff. Trailing six-nothing in the second quarter, Brookville's Dejon Kennedy scores from 11 yards out and the Bees would take the lead 7-6 at the half.
[SUPER=36-Brookville/14/Handley/6;] Then, in the third quarter, the Bees open up with a eight minute, 17 play drive t

hat is capped off when Kennedy crosses the goaline from a yard out and they hold on to capture the school's first ever football state championship with a 14-6 win.
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[S-Heritage]


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The girls double A state basketball semi-finals tipped off last night at the Salem Civiic Center. In the nightcap, Heritage took on Virginia High.
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The Lady Pioneers fans were all fired up for this state final four and their team would give them something to cheer about early.
In the first quarter, Takita Butler spins in the paint and makes a tough two to put Heritage out in front by a basket.
Then, Butler on the press break, finds herself stuck in the corner, she heaves the rock half the length of the court where Tina Roser finishes with the easy lay up.
Rebecca Parker gets the ball underneath the iron and scores to make it 28-24 Heritage in the second quarter.
[SUPER=34-Heritage/58/Virginia High/56;]Virginia High would answer with a run of it's own but Heritage wins it 58-

56.
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Heritage will meet Turner Ashby in the state championship today at 2:30. Turner Ashby beat Loudoun County 68-33.
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The single A semi-finals tipped off yesterday. Prince Edward won the opener and will meet Northwood in the finals today at 1pm. The Panthers topped Shawsville in an overtime heartbreaker.
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The Lady Shawnees final four appearance marks the farthest any team from Shawsville has ever gone in state tournament play.
At the end of regulation the game was tied 49-49 and we are going to overtime.
Shawsville would score the first five points in OT and T'Neece Ford accounted for all of them. First she scores this basket and
Then she would make another shot and get the foul. She converts for her 19th point, the Lady Shawnees lead 54-49.
[SUPER=34-Northwood/57/Shawsville/56;] Then freshman Kristin Wood pulled a senior like move, icing two huge free thr

ows to make it 56-51 Shawsville with about 45 seconds to play.
But Northwood steals an inbounds and scores and would also capitalize on a Shawsville turnover. Northwood scores six unanswered points to end the Lady Shawnees season with a 57-56 overtime win.
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The high school boys season opened tonight for most teams. Lets start over at Cave Spring where the Knights took it to the wire to beat Roanoke Catholic.
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Right to the action. Watch J.J. Redick, the super soph, make the nice move and go up strong for the jumper. He scores two of his 17 points on the play.
The Celtics come right back. J.R. Reynolds with the nice pass inside to Donell Priest for the easy bucket . The Celtics were up 22-16 in the second.
[SUPER=34-Cave Spring/66/Roanoke Catholic/65;]Reddick then rips rope again, this time taking the pass from Ron Mi

ckens. He closes the Celtics lead to 6, but Mickens had to hit a three pointer with time running out for the Knights to win 66-65.
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Over at Patrick Henry, the patriots opened the season against The city of Troy and his Bulldogs of Martinsville.
In the first quarter, watch Patrick Henry's Nick Clements step up and snap the bottom of the net with a three pointer from the right side.
[SUPER=34-Patrick Henry/65/Martinsville/56;]The Dogs come right back with this nice drive in the paint and the nice

basket to keep the game close.
But the patriots were too much. Clements again scores, this time from right under the hoop. PH wins 65-56 in the two teams openers.
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Many other high school teams were in action tonight, lets check out the scores. T
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[S-Express]


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The Express topped the Trenton Titans 3-2 tonight in Trenton. Paul DiFrancesco notched the first goal on the assist from Steve Sabo at the 6:50 mark of the first.
Ben Schust then scored his 11th of the season at the 14:04 mark of the second to make it 2-nothing Express.
Travis Smith scored the eventual game winner three minutes into the third period, a short handed tally that made it 3-1. Dave Gagnon made 28 saves.

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the most celebrated night of the racing season took center stage tonight in the big apple as Winston Cup drivers were honored at their annual season ended banquet.
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Dale Earnhardt was one of many drivers who spoke to a capacity crowd at the Waldorf Historia tonight. All of the drivers were on hand for the party and the team owners as well. Richard Childress was in attendance.
Jeff Gordon of course did not win the championship this season but did finish in the top 10 in points. He thanked Ray Evrenham for his efforts and also praised his new crew chief, Virginia Tech graduate Brian Whitesell.
But the night belonged to first time Winston Cup points champion Dale Jarrett who was the last to speak.
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Still to come in sports tonight, more Virginia Tech football Sports Illustrated magazines are on the way,
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and Thomas Jones learned today whether or not he was the ACC player of the year this season.
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[S-ACC]


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Thomas Jones will earn the respect he deserves on Sundays next year. Today, it was announced that he was second in the voting for the ACC football player of the year.
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Despite re-writing the record books this season, Jones finished a distant second in the ballotting with just 19 votes out of a possible 69. The winner in a runaway is Ga. Tech's Joe Hamilton. The five ten, 189 pound senior quarterback finished his career as the ACC's all-time leader in TD passes with 65. Peter Warrick was 3rd in the voting and Lamont Jordan 4th.
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[S-Magazine]


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If you missed the Sports Illustrated with Virginia Tech football on the cover, have no fear.
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All 15 thousand copies of the magazine that were distributed in the area on Wednesday by the Anderson News Agency have been purchased. However, Jerry Spangler, a company spokesman told News 7 sports today that by this coming Monday morning 40 thousand more copies will be arriving in Roanoke. They should be on news stands by Tuesday at the latest.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 7501] Finally, for your viewing pleasure on your Hometown Station starting tomorrow. The 100th edition of the Army-Navy game at Noon from the Vet in Philadelphia.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 7503] Then right after that one it's college basketball as Kentucky takes on Indiana at 3:30.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 7504] And Sunday it is another NFL doubleheader. At one, the Colts take on the Dolphins and then at four the Raiders battle the Seahawks.
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Some pet owners want to make sure their animals won't be forgotten this holiday season.
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Inside Pet City you can find all type of exotic animals -- and this holiday some pets are posing for the camera -- including this 4 ft Iguana named Mulana.
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((KIM BRYANT/IGUANA OWNER:THAT'S WHAT WE WANT TO MAKE OUR CHRISTMAS CARD OUT OF THIS YEAR. SINCE SHE'S THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF OUR FAMILY))
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The sitting costs 10 dollars and that includes one photo.
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