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Today at 5, more federal agencies say they have crushed the Y-2-K bug. We'll have a live report.
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Also Hijackers of an Indian airliner amend their demands as a runway standoff enters its sixth day.
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In Medical News, researchers say a new discovery
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means they will soon be able to better target AIDS treatments.
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More federal authorities say the Y-2-K Bug is nothing to be afraid of.
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[5-New-Year]


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There are just two more days to fret about what the new year may bring.
The nation's clock watchers say we're ready for Y-2-K.
Lisa Hughes reports from washington... where the government command center will be watching the world.
From the FEMA to the F-A-A to the Pentagon... they all insist they're ready for anything ...or nothing.
[LIVE=Hughes NEWSPATH]
[SUPER=01-Lisa Hughes/CBS NEWS;]
[SUPER=05-Washington DC;]
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[SOT]
[IN Q=It's a dress]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY ]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC]
[SUPER=01-Robert Adamcik/Assoc. FEMA Director]
[SUPER=01-Bruce Baughman/FEMA Div. Director]
[SUPER=01-Jane Garney/FAA Administrator]
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It's a dress rehearsal for the world biggest party. In Times Square security is tight. Manhole covers are sealed. The countdown to the countdown is underway.
(nats-hammering)

Crews in Washington are finishing their work near the Lincoln Memorial. But for every one of these workershundreds of government employees are crossing their fingershoping months of Y2K preparations will pay off Friday night.
((Robert Adamcik/Assoc. FEMA Director I AM HAPPY TO REPORT TO YOU TODAY AND TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE TODAY THAT FEMA IS PREPARED.))
FEMA employees-who look like theyre tracking a storm-are actually testing systems to track potential disasters--from massive power failures to emergency medical needs. FEMA now has extra coordinators all over the country to help local governments respond to almost anything.
((Bruce Baughman/FEMA Div. Director: IF THEY HAVENT FIXED THEIR COMPUTERS UP TO THIS POINT, THATS NOT WHAT WERE HERE TO DO. WERE HERE TO PROVIDE EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE THAT IS BEYOND THE CAPABILITY OF STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT))

(nats-plane taking off)


F-A-A Spokeswoman Jane Garvey is so confident airlines and air traffic control systems will hold up Friday night, shell ring in the new year on a commercial flight from Washington, DC to San Francisco.
Jane Garney/F-A-A Administrator ((PEOPLE WORKED HARD. WERE READY. AND THIS REALLY IS A SHOW OF CONFIDENCE)) The Pentagon isnt taking any chances-shutting down a number of Internet websites to make sure hackers cant break in. And while the government doesnt anticipate any Y2K computer failures, its mailing out veterans and Social Security benefit checks one day early just in case.

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All the hype over Y-2-K chaos may be nothing more than that: hype.
At least that's what some local retailers are hoping.
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[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Fears of the lights going out January 1st kept generator sales fairly brisk during the fall, but they have dropped off recently.
Store owners say the people who were worried about the millenium bug stocked up early.
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[SOT 16:09:34]
[IN Q=In the spring]

((MIKE RHODES/MYERS AND RHODES EQUIPMENT: IN THE SPRING AND SUMMER WE SOLD A LOT MORE AND PEOPLE ARE KINDA NOT WORRYING ABOUT THE Y2K THING NOW, SO THEY'RE NOT BUYING AS MANY FOR Y2K, IT'S MORE WEATHER- RELATED. AND IT'S BEEN SO WARM MOSTLY THIS MONTH, EXCEPT FOR THIS LAST WEEK, THAT WE HAVEN'T SOLD A GREAT DEAL OF THEM.)) ((CHRIS JAMES/CT FARM AND TRACTOR: I'LL SAY IN THE LAST MONTH THINGS HAVE SLOWED DOWN A LITTLE BIT WITH GENERATORS. HEATERS HAVE STILL BEEN GOING PRETTY STRONG. I SELL A LOT OF BOXWOOD STOVES, ANYTHING YOU CAN BURN WITH GAS OR WOOD.))
[SUPER=01-Mike Rhodes/Myers and Rhodes Equipment; :00]
[SUPER=01-Chris James/CT Farm and Country; :15]
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[OUT Q=gas or wood.]
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Rental agencies say they have not seen a lot of people rushing out to rent a generator over New Year's Eve.
Some do report higher than usual propane sales this month.
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The hijackers of that Indian Airliner have withdrawn their demands for a 200- million- dollar ransom and the return of the body of a slain militant.
But India says the reduced demands don't make much difference.
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[SOT 14:05:20]
[IN Q=The government remains]

((THE GOVERNMENT REMAINS COMMITTED TO THE EARLIEST TERMINATION OF THE HIJACKING.))
[SUPER=01-Jaswant Singh/India's External Affairs Minister ]
[RUNS=:07]
[OUT=of the hijacking.]
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[SUPER=03-Kandahar, Afghanistan]


Meanwhile the plane remains on the ground in Afghanistan.
And the gunmen still want 36 people released from Indian jails- -including a Pakistani cleric.
The Taliban foreign minister says he will not let the plane stay indefinitely.
If the two sides can't solve their problems soon, the Taliban says it will force the hijackers to leave Afghanistan.
There's no telling how that might be done

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The parents of a severely disabled boy spent the night in jail after they abandoned their son in a hospital emergency room in Delaware.
Richard Kelso is the head of a 500 million dollar company and his wife Dawn is on the Pennsylvania Advisory Board on Disabled Children.
But that evidently that wasn't enough to buy the couple peace of mind.
Bobbi Harley has more.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Exton, PA;]
[SUPER=01-Claudine Malone/Police Spokeswoman;]
[SUPER=01-Craig Waring/Neighbor;]
[SUPER=01-John Cunningham/DE State Policel]
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[OUT Q=CBS News New York.]

(( ON THE OUTSIDE THE KELSOS LOOK LIKE ANY OTHER HAPPY FAMILY. BUT ON THE INSIDE A DESPERATE SITUATION WAS UNFOLDINGIT ENDED WITH PARENTS RICHARD AND DAWN LEFT THEIR SEVERELY DISABLED SON STEVEN IN HIS WHEELCHAIR AT A DELAWARE HOSPITAL.

SOT 11:03:58 CLAUDINE MALONE/NEW CASTLE POLICE They both entered

the emergency room carrying boxes, containing his belongings, medical records, toys, clothes.
AND A NOTE SAYING THAT THEY COULD NO LONGER CARE FOR THEIR TEN-YEAR-OLD SONIT HAS POLICE AND NEIGHBORS STUMPED.

SOT CRAIG WARING/NEIGHBOR 11:03:43 This is new to me, its

shocking, its really a tragedy.
AND IT SEEMS ITS NOT A QUESTION OF MONEY RICHARD KELSO IS PRESIDENT AND CEO OF A FIVE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLAR A YEAR CHEMICAL COMPANY. DAWN KELSO SERVES AS A MEMBER OF THE PENNSYLVANIA ADVISORY BOARD ON DISABLED CHILDREN. BUT A LONG HOLIDAY WEEKEND WITHOUT THE 24-HOUR NURSING CARE STEVEN NEEDS APPARENTLY WAS TOO MUCH FOR BOTH OF THEM. EACH SPENT A NIGHT IN JAIL CHARGED WITH ABANDONING THEIR CHILD A CHILD THEY NO LONGER HAVE ANY ACCESS TO.

SOT - John L. Cunningham,/DE State Police 04:27 - When they were

arraigned in family court a condition of no contact was placed upon them which means no telephone calls, no cards, no contact at all with Steven.
IN FACT, HES NOW IN STATE CUSTODY BUT BECAUSE OF HIS SEVERE DISABILITIES HELL STAY AT THE HOSPIAL WHERE HE WAS LEFT AUTHORITIES SAY FINDING A TEMPORARY FAMILY TO CARE FOR HIM WILL BE DIFFICULT AT BEST. BH, CBS NEWS, NY))
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After this break, Virginia residents will find the new year a little less taxing.
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And we'll head to Blacksburg, where we will see how a restaurant has buried just as many of Virginia Tech's opponents as the Hokies.
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Another sewing factory is closing ... laying off another 120 workers in Martinsville.
This time it's the Hamco Apparel manufacturing facility.
Hamco's parent company .... Hampton Industries ... says the layoffs should be complete by the end of February.
The company says it's applying for Trade-Act assistance ... that's the sort of assistance workers get when their jobs go to another country.
More than 26-hundred apparel workers in Martinsville and Henry County have lost their jobs since September.


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The Governor's proposed 48-BILLION dollar, two-year budget is the state's largest ever.
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But at a public hearing held by state legislators in Wytheville today, many cultural agencies and community action groups said it still left them out in the cold.
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[SOT 12:30:25 - :36]
[IN Q=Without operating funds]

((ROGER ELLMORE/EXPLORE PARK: WITHOUT OPERATING FUNDS FROM THE COMMONWEALTH, THE PARK WOULD HAVE TO DRASTICALLY ALTER ITS OPERATIONS AND WOULD SIGNIFICANTLY HAMPER THE PARK'S ABILITY TO ATTRACT VISITORS NEEDED TO MOVE THE PART TO ITS GOAL OF BECOMING MORE SELF-SUFFICIENT.))
[SOT 12:21:35 - :48]

((MARGARET REYNOLDS/DOMESTIC ABUSE VICTIM: WITHOUT PEOPLE INC. AND THE MANAGERS THERE, THERE'S GOING TO BE SO MANY LOST. THERE ARE GOING TO BE INJURED CHILDREN, WOMEN, AND IF ANYONE NEEDS HELP, THIS PROGRAM DOES NEED THE MONEY TO HELP REACH THESE PEOPLE. ))
[SUPER=01-Roger Ellmore/Virginia's Explore Park; :00]
[SUPER=01-Margaret Reynolds/Domestic Abuse Victim; :12]
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[OUT Q=help reach these people.]
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The legislators said they would take the concerns of all 70 speakers at the hearing back to their colleagues in Richmond.
The General Assembly will approve a final budget in March.
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[5-Sales-Tax]


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Calculating the tax on your groceries could get more complex after the first of the year.
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[SOT]
((nat sot cash register))
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[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;]

That's because the state is slicing the sales tax on most food and drinks, like bread, milk and canned goods. But hot prepared items do NOT get a tax discount. Helen Pagans says she's spending hundreds of dollars just to reprogram her cash register.
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[SOT 14:11:50]
[IN Q=It's going to]

((HELEN PAGANS/PAGANS GROCERY: IT'S GOING TO BE A LOT OF EXPLANATION THAT HAS TO GO ON. WHEN YOU GO OVER THIS A DOZEN TIMES A DAY TELLING PEOPLE, EXPLAINING TO THEM, THEY STILL DON'T UNDERSTAND. THEY'LL COME RIGHT AROUND AND ASK YOU AGAIN, WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?))
[SUPER=01-Helen Pagans/Pagans Grocery;]
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[OUT Q=talking about]
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But more sophisticated stores have scanners, and their employees are ready to roll with the punches.
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[SOT 15:33:54]
[IN Q=Think it'll make]

((TINA TENRET/NEWS7: THINK IT'LL MAKE YOUR JOB HARDER? TINA TENRET/NEWS7: I DON'T THINK SO. ONCE WE GET IT ALL WORKED OUT, GET THE KINKS OUT, IT'LL BE ALL RIGHT.))
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[OUT Q=all right]
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The tax discount will knock fifty cents off every hundred dollars you spend on food and drinks.
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[5-Hokie-Graveyard]


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The Virginia Tech Hokies hope to "bury" the Florida State Seminoles when the two go head to head next week.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]


If Tech snags the national championship it will be the twelfth team they've buried this year.. .that is if you check out the display in the window at (sue-Vlock-ee) Souvlaki in downtown Blacksburg.
For more than ten years the restaurant's owner and employees have kept track of the team's record.
If Tech wins-- the team they defeat is buried in sand, although, sugar was the logical choice for the Boston College game.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=I like ]

((VICTOR BROWN: I LIKE IT THE WAY THEY'VE GOT IT SET UP, DEAD AND BURIED AINT THEY. CHRIS KAPPAS/SOUVLAKI OWNER: THERE'S ALWAYS PEOPLE LOOKING AT THE WINDOW, LOOKING AT THE GRAVEYARD, HOME GAMES YOU CAN NOT PASS THROUGH THE SIDEWALK BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE JUST LOOKING AT IT FOR WHATEVER REASON.))
[SUPER=07-Victor Brown; :00 QUICK!!!!!!!]
[SUPER=01-Chris Kappas/Souvlaki Owner; :04]
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[OUT Q=whatever reason.]
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Although Souvlaki has kept up the graveyard since the mid 80's it's actually been a long time fixture in downtown Blacksburg.
The graveyard was started by Doc SinClair in the 1960's-- when he operated an over the counter drug store in the same location.
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Coming up today in Sports, Roy Stanley will be along to see how the Cavaliers are preparing for the Fighting Illini.

Then on Health Check, doctors say they can track the AIDS virus in patients' bodies,
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And the Y2K scare is proving good for some businesses including pharmacies.
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[SOT tc 02:43:54]
[IN Q=If they want]

((IF THEY WANT TO STOCKPILE, THEY CAN STOCKPILE, BUT IT'S REALLY, I DON'T THINK NECESSARY.))
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[OUT Q=think necessary]

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[5-AIDS]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Researchers studying AIDS say they have made a major discovery.
They have found a new way to target H-I-V infection.
Lee Cowan has more.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-London; :00]
[SUPER=01-Gavin Hart/U.K. Aids Trust; :14]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Sunil Shaunak/Aids Doctor; :31]
[SUPER=01-Lee Cowan/CBS News; :59]
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[OUT Q=CBS News]

(( Scientists in this West London Hospital think they may have unlocked one of HIV's secrets. They have developed a new blood test they claim can detect exactly WHERE the virus is hiding in the body -- improving the chances of brining it under control.

SOT/GAVIN HART, NATIONAL AIDS TRUST

"It's going to help us find out where HIV is still lurking and where people are infected, and hopefully it will lead to better treatments for those people as well."
NARR:
Health officials warn this is not a cure, but a way to manage the disease by tracking the virus to its own doorstep -- and then tailoring treatment to attack it where it lives.

SOT/DR. SUNIL SHAUNAK, HAMMERSMITH HOSPITAL, LONDON

"What we need to do is take it from being a terminal disease and turn it into a chronic disease, a disease like diabetes where if you take your medication regularly...//(covered)08:38:53 You can actually have a normal quality of life and a normal lifespan."
NARR:
Previous blood tests were unable to detect HIV in patients who were already undergoing treatment -- at times giving Doctors the false impression the virus had stopped replicating.
COWAN ON CAM: "Researchers say what the NEW test will do is better focus the treatments that have already proved succesful -- and take some of the guesswork out of a battle, that is still won one patient at a time. Lee Cowan, CBS News, London."))

[5-Pharmacies-Y2K]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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As we told you earlier the threat of Y2K has some people stockpiling products, but many Roanokers aren't buying in bulk when it comes to prescription drugs.
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[SOT tc 02:41:45]
[IN Q=I got it]

((I GOT IT, JUST ONE? JUST ONE.))
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[OUT Q=just one.]
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; ]

Pharmacists at Williamson Road Pharmacy in Roanoke say the shelves are filled and they don't expect any shortages.
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[SOT tc 02:44:13]
[IN Q=We had the]

((TIM SCHIRM/PHARMACIST: WE HAD THE INCREASE FROM COLD AND FLU OF COURSE, BUT WE DO HAVE ABOUT ONE OUT OF TWENTY ARE PUSHING THE PANIC BUTTON AND STOCKING UP AN EXTRA MONTH OR AN EXTRA HUNDRED PILLS.))
[SUPER=01-Tim Schirm/Pharmacist; ]
[RUNS=:11]
[OUT Q=hundred pills.]
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Kroger pharmacists say they've seen an increase in prescription medication, but they also attribute it to a bad cold and flu season, not computer fears. CVS says there has been NO increase in demand for prescriptions at any CVS pharmacies in the country.
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[S5-Tech]


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Welcome everybody to the midweek ticker that of course begin in New Orleans.
[GRAPHIC=SUGAR BOWL]

The Hokies and Seminoles continued their very different preparations for next Tuesday night's Sugar Bowl.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New Orleans, LA; :00]

The Hokies worked out at Tulane University under beautiful sunny conditions. Head coach Frank Beamer says although the Big Easy is nothing like his hometown of Fancy Gap, the city is growing on him.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=BITE]
[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Va. Tech Head Coach; :00]
[SUPER=01-Andre Davis/Va. Tech Receiver; :11]
[RUNS=:21]
[OUT Q=...THE GAME."]
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[vo nat con't] The Seminoles were extremely laid back during their practice this afternoon as Bobby Bowden shared some interesting thoughts on why their is no "I" in team.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=I TALKED TO...]
[SUPER=01-Bobby Bowden/Florida State Head Coach; :00]
[RUNS=:16]
[OUT Q=...WE WON'T MAKE IT."]
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[S5-UVA]


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[GRAPHIC=MicronPC.com bowl]


Playing in the same bowl is just the beginning of the similarities that can be drawn between Illinois and Virginia. Both teams score 29.5 points a game.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="Pretty....]

((KURT KITTNER/ILLINOIS QUARTERBACK:))
[SUPER=01-Kurt Kittner/Illinois Quarterback; :00]
[RUNS=:12]
[OUT Q=....what we do best"]
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[SUPER=03-Champaign, IL;]


The Fighting Illini ranks 82nd in the country against the run. The Cavaliers fully expect Illinois's defense to stack eight in the box.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q="that's]

((THOMAS JONES/UVA CAREER LEADING RUSHER:)) ((NOEL LAMONTAGNE/UVA SENIOR OFFENSIVE LINEMAN:))
[SUPER=01-Thomas Jones/UVa Career Leading Rusher; :00]
[SUPER=01-Noel Lamontagne/UVa Senior Offensive Lineman; :13]
[RUNS=:32]
[OUT Q=.....battle up front"]
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Coming up at six, we will see what the Hokies and the Seminoles were up to today in New Orleans, see ya then.[5-TRAI

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Even though Christmas is over, some decorations are still up, and toy trains are high on the list.
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Patrick Evans found one of the more extensive model train set-ups in the Valley, and he's going to give us a look.

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