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Coming up on News 7-
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Six firefighters are presumed dead after becoming trapped inside a burning warehouse in Massachusetts.
Protests continue today in Seattle.
And the Salem Spartans secure a second state title-- beating Park View Sterling today in Harrisonburg.
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Stay with us-- News 7 is next.
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NASA scientists are still holding out hope tonight they'll be able to contact the Mars Polar Lander.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.



[Mars-Lander]


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Officials say late tonight and early tomorrow there will be several more chances to hear from the still silent lander.
Manuel Gallegus has more.
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((
SCIENTISTS EAGER FOR ANY SIGNAL FROM THE SURFACE OF MARS, WILL HAVE TO WAIT
AFTER SEVERAL WINDOWS OF OPPORTUNITY, NO CONTACT HAS BEEN MADE WITH THE MAIN POLAR LANDER CRAFT
AND NO SIGNALS HAVE COME IN FROM THE INDEPENDENT SURFACE PROBES.

-SOT- ROBERT BRAUN, MARS POLAR LANDER TEAM


THE CRAFT WAS SUPPOSED TO TOUCHDOWN NEAR THE SOUTHERN POLE OF MARS FRIDAY AT NOON. BASED ON THEIR LAST CONTACT, SCIENTISTS PRESUME THE LANDER IS SITTING ON THE SURFACE HERE, IN THIS AREA MAPPED BY THE MARS GLOBAL SURVEYOR.
BUT UNTIL THEY RECEIVE SOME KIND OF CLUE, THEY REALLY DONT ANYTHING KNOW FOR SURE.

-SOT- BILL HARWOOD, CBS NEWS SPACE CONSULTANT


THIS MISSION WAS SUPPOSED TO PROVIDE SCIENTISTS WITH INFORMATION ABOUT WATER ON MARS, AND ABOUT THE POSSIBLE ORIGINS OF LIFE
ON THE HEELS OF RECENT FAILURES, NASA HAS LOT RIDING THIS ONE.

-SOT-BILL HARWOOD, CBS NEWS SPACE CONSULTANT



-SOT Dr. Carl Pilcher/NASA Science Director/Solar Systems Exploration


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[Worcester-Fire]


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Six firefighters are presumed dead tonight in (Wuss-tur) Worcester, Massachusetts.
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The men became trapped while trying to put out a blaze at an abandoned warehouse, last night.
The warehouse continued to smolder today-- as family and friends of the six dropped off flowers at the site.
This afternoon-- two firefighters and a structural engineer went into the building for the first time since the firefighters were lost.
Across the state, flags have been lowered to half-staff.
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[Mexico-Crash]


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Police in New Mexico are calling on border patrol agents to help identify 13- Mexican nationals who died after their van crashed into a tractor trailer.
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It's tentatively believed the men were being transported from Arizona to Florida as agricultural workers.
The 13 men were killed when the van they were in plowed into the rear of a tractor-trailer on an icy interstate.
Another four people who were in the van are also hospitalized.
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[WTO]


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The World Trade Organization meeting in Seattle may be over, but the protesters aren't finished, just yet.
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About 200 people have been demonstrating outside the King County Jail, calling for the release of arrested protesters who are still being held.
A jail spokesman says about 300- of the more than 500 people arrested on misdemeanor charges have been released or cleared for release, so far.
Meantime, officials in Seattle are trying to get shoppers to return to the downtown area.
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[Toss back to anchor][Armed-Robbery]


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Roanoke City Police are searching for a man who robbed the Getty Mart on Orange Avenue at gun point shortly after 9 tonight. Police say the man is described as a light skinned black man. He was carrying a 45 caliber handgun, wearing a gray ski mask and a blue bandana when he robbed the convenience store.
He then took off in a dark blue Toyota Tercel. No word on how much money was taken.



[Salem-Robbery]


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Roanoke City police are also searching for a man who robbed and shot 39 year old Chester Wright of Salem last night.
It happened on the 2500 block of Delta Drive in Roanoke.
Apparently an armed man approached Wright and demanded money.
Police say the two struggled and Wright tried to run-- but was shot in the back.
He's currently listed in stable condition.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN] Police say if you have any information about either of these robberies you can call their crime line at 344-8500.




[Tultex]


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Tultex's decision to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection has resulted in lay offs and plant closings in Virginia and North Carolina.
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This week, the company laid off 150- workers at its plant in Rockingham County, North Carolina--- all but closing t

he century old factory that predates the mill town of Mayodan. [local video]
Locally-- eleven hundred people in Henry County lost their jobs at Tultex this week.
Tultex is also closing facilities in South Boston, Roanoke and Martinsville.
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Still to come on News 7, find out what happened last night when police set up DUI check points.
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Plus the Roanoke Rescue Mission is expanding and it's going to benefit more then just folks in need. Stay tuned for the details.
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[Dui-Update]


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Roanoke City Police were out until the wee of hours of the morning -- catching drunk drivers and anyone else disobeying the rules of the road.
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The crack- down started around 10-30 last night on tenth street.
Of the 500 vehicles that crossed the bridge -- 70 were detained.
Three drivers were arrested for D-U-I.
Two tickets were also issued for habitual offenders.
Other tickets were handed out for seat belt violations and others for suspended licenses.
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[Area-Codes]


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By March first of next year, Northern Virginia will have another area code.
The seven-oh three area code is going to be combined with-- five seven one.
And-- officials are predicting that the state's other three area codes will be full by two-thousand two.
To alleviate the problem, the State Corporation Commission wants to require phone companies to return unused numbers into a pool for reassignment.
The change would have to be approved by the F-C-C.


[Rescue-Mission]


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The Rescue Mission in Roanoke has assisted families for 51 years.
But now it's hoping to help even more -- thanks to a five million dollar expansion program.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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(( For the past 3 weeks Tracy Davis and her 9 year old daughter Brandy have been staying inside this room at the Roanoke Rescue Mission.
In November, Davis lost her home and everything she owned in a fire.
Homeless -- and penniless -- she says she turned to the shelter.
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((IT'S HELPED ME AND MY DAUGHTER HAVE A PLACE TO STAY HAVING A ROOF OVER OUR HEADS KNOWING THAT WE DIDN'T HAVE ANY FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO HELP US OUT))
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And helping more people in need -- is what the rescue mission hopes to accomplish by adding a new building and opening a new thrift store.
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((LOIS BETTIS/RESCUE MISSION FOUNDER: I HOPE IT WILL MEAN WE'LL BE ABLE TO TAKE BETTER CARE OF THE PEOPLE.. WE ARE CROWDED OUT NOW. WE THOUGHT WE WERE GOOD FOR 10-15 YEARS BUT THE FIRST NIGHT WE OPENED THE SHELTER WE WERE FULL AND IT'S BEEN LIKE THAT ALL THE TIME))
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A ground breaking was held for the new building which will eventually house a new kitchen, chapel, dining room, and administrative offices.
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Customers lined up outside the thrift store for its grand opening. The store will provide families in need with free clothing and many shoppers say it's a chance to give back to the community while getting a bargain.
All of the proceeds from the store go to the Rescue Mission.
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((GALE MUNDY: IT'S A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING IT REALLY IS AND THE RESCUE MISSION DOES SO MUCH FOR PEOPLE. IT'S REALLY FASCINATING WHAT THEY DO FOR OTHER PEOPLE))
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((BECKY LAYMAN: GOOD BUYS, A LOTS OF NICE PEOPLE. YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU'RE GOING TO FIND))
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((JOY SUTTON: THE RESCUE MISSION IS HOPING TO OPEN ITS NEW BUILDING IN A YEARS TIME. CONTINUING IT'S EFFORTS TO HELP SERVE THE NEEDY AND HOMELESS OF THIS COMMUNITY.JOY SUTTON, NEWS 7 ROANOKE))
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The holiday spirit was alive in downtown Vinton this afternoon -- as dozens from the town came out for "Vinton Holly Day."
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Santa joined in the fun -- riding along with the kids on a wagon.
There were plenty of crafts for sale and lots of bake goodies to buy.
And in the spirit of the holiday -- holly was given out as a token of friendship.
This is an annual celebration in Vinton-- the town has been hosting the event for the past 6 years.
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It's been called a place where time stands still.
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Coming up take a trip to the Warwickton Plantation and hear the stories that have preserved this 19th century home.
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The innkeepers at historic Warwickton Plantation give you the comfort of home while time stands still.
Kimberly McBroom does some time traveling in this week's "Time Off".
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((A light dusting of snow just makes Warwickton all the more picturesque...
It was built in 18-51 for Bath County judge James Warwick and his wife, Eliza.
More than a century later, the U-S forest service purchased the property.
Soon after that, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
But an agreement between the forest service and Ron and Pam Stidham-- the first of its kind-- brought about the biggest change...the renovation of the historic mansion into a bed and breakfast.
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((PAM STIDHAM/INNKEEPER: THAT KEEPS THE HOUSE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, ACCESSIBLE-- WE WANT PEOPLE TO REALIZE THAT THIS IS PART OF YOURS AND MY HERITAGE AND IT SHOULD BE PRESERVED.)) [RUNS:11]
The Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast opened six years ago.
Pam Stidham says although the antique furnishings date as far back as 17-90, she likes for guests to feel as comfortable as they would be visiting their grandmother's house...
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((PIANO MUSIC)) [RUNS:03]
This square grand piano is the focal point of the formal parlor.
Three bedrooms are set aside for guests.
Rates range from 89 to 99- dollars a night, including a full breakfast.
The ground level room, which used to be the library, features two beds.
The garden room is appropriately decorated in a floral motif.
But this is the room with the most colorful history---


From 1919 to 1931, it served as the Hunt Club School.
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((PAM STIDHAM/INNKEEPER: ON THE INSIDE OF THE CLOSET DOOR, ALL SORTS OF FIGURES AND NUMBERS LIKE 100 TIMES 10..Kimberly McBroom/News 7: It was a blackboard. STIDHAM: YES, IT WAS A BLACKBOARD. OR EITHER, WE TRIED TO DECIDE WHETHER OR NOT THE TEACHER, WHEN THE KIDS WERE BAD, SHE SHUT THEM IN THE CLOSET AND MADE THEM PRACTICE THEIR FIGURES UNTIL THEY GOT THEM RIGHT.)) [RUNS:17]
Guests often come up here for fly- fishing, since Warwickton is located right on the Jackson River.
There are also trails nearby for hikers and mountain bikers..
The plantation's heritage has long entertained visitors...the house acted as the setting for the Civil- War era film, "Somersby".
And every August, it's the site of a Civil War re- enactment.
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((RON STIDHAM/INNKEEPER: IN THIS AREA DURING THE CIVIL WAR TIME, THERE WAS NO MAJOR BATTLE OR ANYTHING, JUST MOVEMENT OF TROOPS AND STUFF.)) [RUNS:06]
Not just bed and breakfast clients, but the general public is welcome to tour the historic mansion any time.
The Stidhams do, however, ask that you call first.
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: THE STIDHAMS ARE PLANNING TO TAKE A VACATION THEMSELVES THIS MONTHS. THEY'LL ALSO BE DOING SOME RENOVATIONS. SO, THE BED AND BREAKFAST WILL BE CLOSED IN DECEMBER, BUT WILL RE- OPEN IN JANUARY. KIMBERLY MCBROOM, NEWS 7, BATH COUNTY.)) [RUNS:13]))
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Salem came from behind with less than 6 minutes left in the game and beat Park View 21 to 20 and win its second straight Division 4 state championship.
Denise Allen has more.
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At Liberty University in Lynchburg, Floyd County came up short losing to Madison County 29 to 12 in the Group A Division 2 championship game.
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The Buffaloes and Mountaineers meet at midfield for the coin toss.
In the first quarter the Mountaineers strike first as R. Kirkley would plunge from three yards out to make it 7 to nothing Madison county.
Later in the period, The Mountaineers capped another drive as Antwan Settle connects on the 18 yard field goal to make it 10 to nothing Madison County.
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In the second quarter the Buffaloes strike back on fourth down Quarterback Adam Gardner goes to the air and finds Doug Sewell in the corner of the end zone for the 5 yard T-d pass but Madison County beats Floyd County 29 to 12.
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Turner Ashby beat Heritage 58 to 40 to win the Group Two A state championship for the second straight year.
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The Lady Pioneers gather around their head coach Ty Gafford.
And Heritage would keep the game close in the second half thanks in part to Telcita Butler who shoots this jumper to cut the Knights lead to 4.
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The Lady Knights played tough defense as Amy Fox gets the nice bounce pass and layup as Turner Ashby beats Heritage 58 to 40.
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[S-Tech]


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The Virginia Tech men's basketball team was at the Cassell this afternoon for the team's home opener. Tech won two out of three on the road.
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so today's game with UNC-Charlotte marked the long awaited home debut for first year Tech head coach Ricky Stokes. Stokes was greeted by a warm reception, by not only the fans but also the Hokies bird. And after struggling with their shooting at East Tennessee State on Thurday, Dennis Mimms did his part to get some high percentage shots for the Hokies as he buries the monster jam to give Tech the lead. Mims wasn't the only one flying to the hoop. His front court mate, Rolan Roberts, gets a slam dunk of his own.
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Tech beats UNC Charlotte 60 to 52 .
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[S-UVA]


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St. John's beat Virginia at Madison Square Garden this afternoon 85 to 63.
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY/HTS; :]


Cavalier coach Pete Gillen instructing his team settled down.
Virginia comes out and goes to Majestic Mapp who nails the three pointer but the Cavs tralied by 13.
Then the Red Storm went on a 9 to nothing run and when Reggie Jesse gets the steal and lay in the St. John's led by 15.
The Cavaliers then go to Chris Williams he drives to the hoop and scores to make it 54 to 37.
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St. John's gets it to Erick Barkley his second straight three made it a 25 point lead and the Red Storm wins it 85 to 63.
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[Sports Tease]


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And coming up in sports, Navy wins the 100-th meeting with its military rival Army.
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And Nebraska is the Big 12 champion after win over Texas.
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[S-Huskers]


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Nebraska's Eric Crouch ran for two touchdowns as third ranked Nebraska wins the Big 12 championship with a 22 to 6 win over Texas.
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The Longhorns beat the Huskers early in the season.
On this play, Crouch rolls out on the option instead of passing the ball he takes it in for the 31 yard touchdown
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to make it 10 to nothing and Nebraska wins it and gets a date in the Fiesta Bowl against Tennessee.
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Miami beat Temple 55 to nothing today and accepted a bid to the Gator Bowl for a game against Georgia Tech.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA/CBS SPORTS; :]


Meantime, Army and Navy hooked up in Philadelphia for their 100-th meeting.
Quarterback Brian Madden ran for 177 yards and a touchdown as Navy beats Army 19 to 9.
And here are the rest of the scores.
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The man who led Virginia Tech to a perfect season on the gridiron grew up in Carroll County.
And as you might imagine, folks there are among Frank Beamer's biggest fans.
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Especially now-- that Beamer could very well coach the Virginia Tech Hokies to a National Title.
This season, his mother, Herma, attended all but two of his games.
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((HERMA BEAMER/FRANK BEAMER'S MOTHER: I'M THE PROUDEST MAMA IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA , IN THE COUNTRY.))
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We'll also hear from some of Beamer's classmates-- who're just as proud. You can see her "Virginia Profile" tomorrow on News 7 Sunday Morning, starting at 8:00 and News 7 at 11.
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