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Up next on News 7, another bad accident has traffic backed up on Interstate 81 at this hour. We'll have the details.
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and residents of an Ohio town are recovering after they are hit by two twisters over night.
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Heading for a period of clouds and showers tomorrow night. Details ahead.

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In other news, college students wanting to transfer to Virginia Tech are out of luck...at least for now.
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Also it's Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, on Health check we'll look at the different treatments AND the importance of early detection
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State police say an accident involving a tractor trailer has blocked both southbound lanes of Interstate 81 in Botetourt County. [TAKE PINNACLE MAP]
It happened about an hour ago near the 164 mile marker just outside of Buchanan.
Police say there are injuries, but the extent is unknown.
Traffic southbound is backed up for several miles.
Police say a separate accident in the northbound lanes in the same area is also slowing traffic down.
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Route 11 through Buchanan is congested as well, with traffic being detoured from the interstate.
We have a crew on the way, and we'll have more on News-7 at 6.

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Oil prices are going up- and the debate over what to do about it is heating up in the PResidential Camapign.
Should the nation dip into the supply as Al Gore wants or is it just an election tactic?
While the candidates debate.. a new survey shows gasoline and heating oil prices will continue to rise.
Terisa Estacio has more.
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(( Those high prices at the pumps are expected to climb even more. 2 dollars a gallon could become common. And thats not all. Heating oil for homes this winter is anticipated to skyrocket. Rep. Dan Burton, R-Government Reform Committee: Congress and others want answers and solutions to the problem of increased oil costs. At a hearing today on Capitol Hill, Republicans blamed the administration. But Energy Secretary Bill Richardson pointed to partisan politics. Both presidential candidates have their own ideas.

Al Gore, D-Presidential Candidate ) I am calling upon congress to release some oil reserves. George W. Bush, R-Presidential Candidate We should not play politics. Terisa Estacio/reporting: Here in Houston, trucks and suvs dominate the road. Drivers don't like the high prices, but pay. They do want the adminstration to do something about it all. Howard Speed, Houston The administration should do something to help us out. Those facing potentially punishing heating bills this winter also want some action. Ernest Catanacci, Yonkers, NY:It really hurts the elderly. Relief could be on the way. The President is considering releasing some oil Reserves. But experts question whether the added barrels can come in time to help consumers. TE, CBS News, Houston, Texas.)


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The cleanup has begun in (Zenia) Xenia, Ohio. Two twisters roared through the town last night, leaving devastation in their wake. Drew Levinson has more.
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((For the residents of Xenia, trying to recover from this vicious storm wont be easy.
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ITS TIME TO START OVER I GUESS.

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Hundreds of people here are trying to put back the pieces of their lives and their homes.

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THE WHOLE SIDE OF THE HOUSE WAS GONE
The twisters roared through this southwestern Ohio town Wednesday night with little warning.

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I PICKED THE DOG UP, AND I GOT ABOUT TO THE HALLWAY AND FELL DOWN ON TOP OF HER, TAKE A BREATH AND ITS OVER.
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I SAW A CAR GO THROUGH, I DONT KNOW WHERE ITS AT, I DONT KNOW IF ITS LANDED.
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ALL OF A SUDDEN THE HOUSE JUST EXPLODED, EVERYTHING THAT WAS OUTSIDE WAS IN THE LIVING ROOM.
One person was killed when a tree crushed a car. About one hundred others were injured.
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These people know all about twisters, a quarter century ago a tornado tore through Xenia-that time 33 people were killed and much of the city was destroyed.
Its too early to estimate the damage from this storm but. Governor Bob Taft has declared a state of emergency.

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THE STATE WANT TO HELP IN EVERY WAY WE CAN.
It will take days before power is restored .... weeks to clean up the mess...and years to once again - erase the memories. Drew Levinson, CBS News. ))

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What was bad news for one Lynchburg company may be good news for dozens of others.
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Last week, Crown Simpli-matic announced it was laying off 150 employees from its two Lynchburg plants. It already had filed for bankruptcy protection in June.
But there are plenty of other businesses ready to snap up those unemployed workers.. about thirty of them were at a job fair today for Crown employees.
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((HARRY TATUM/CROWN SIMPLIMATIC V.P.: I HEARD LAST WEEK THAT DANVILLE IS RUNNING ABOUT 9 PERCENT UNEMPLOYMENT, MARTINSVILLE IS CLOSE TO 15 PERCENT, SO WE'RE REALLY FORTUNATE BECAUSE WE'RE JUST UNDER TWO PERCENT HERE IN LYNCHBURG. AND WE'VE ALREADY HAD SEVERAL PEOPLE HIRED.. TALKED TO PEOPLE TODAY WHO HAVE ALREADY GOTTEN JOBS AND WILL BE STARTING NEXT WEEK, SO WE ARE VERY LUCKY.))
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Crown Simplimatic has been in business in Lynchburg since 1962.
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Firestone is placing blame on Ford problems with bad tires. We'll have the latest from Capitol Hill after this break.
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And the National Transportation Safety Board releases it first report on last month's plane crash in Lexington.
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Round four on Capitol Hill and more questions were fired at Firestone and Ford executives.
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((REP. BILLY TAUZIN/HOUSE COMMERCE COMMITTEE: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC RIDING ON THE TIRES TAHT YOUR OWN TEST IN 1996 SAY WILL FAIL TEN PERCENT OF THE TIME POTENTIALLY HOW COULD YOU POSSIBLY NOT KNOWN IN 1996 YOU HAD THE OBLIGATION TO RECALL THOSE TIRES?))
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Both Ford and Firestone defended their actions- with Firestone placing some of the blame on Ford.
It says Ford contributed to tire problems on Explorers by recommending a tire pressure lower than the one Firestone wanted.
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((RUNING EXPLORERS ON LOWER TIRE PRESSURE OVERLOADED IN HOT CLIMATES APPEARED TO BE PART OF THE PROBLEM. ))
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Ford says that Firestone agreed to with the lower pressure and safety testing was done at that pressure for nearly ten years.

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Eight minutes before he crashed, the pilot killed in Lexington last month radioed Roanoke Airport's Air Control Tower and said his plane was falling.
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N-T-S-B investigators say the plane fell apart in mid-air as it plummeted more than three thousand feet in about 20 seconds. The engine and propeller wound up embedded in the sidewalk. The medical examiner says the two victims did not have alcohol or illegal drugs in their systems when they died.
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The federal agency does not expect to find a cause until next year.

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George Allen's still riding high in his bid for the U-S Senate.
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Our latest Mason-Dixon/News 7 poll of likely voters shows Republican George Allen with 48 percent support, over Democrat Chuck Robb's 41 percent.
Eleven percent are still undecided.
If there's a silver lining for Robb, it's that he's closed the gap three points over our July poll.
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Allen continues to have big leads among men and white voters.
Robb has a big lead among black voters, and finally has eked out a six point advantage with women.
For our latest look at the issues, Ellen Qualls checks out the candidates on crime, tonight on NEWS 7 at SIX.



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Fall is here, but as Jacey Birch tells us that doesn't mean you can't have flowers in your garden.
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Temperatures may be getting cooler with the beginning of Autumn... but that doesn't mean everything in your garden is going to die out.
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Jacey Birch is in downtown Roanoke to tell us about which flowering plants still have plenty of time to bloom in your garden.
Jacey, these are flowers that will bloom even after our first frost?
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Coming up today in Sports, Mike Stevens will have the latest as the Virginia High School League makes some big changes in local high school sports,
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and we'll see why at least one web page believes fans of Monday Night Football need to be better educated.
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In this year alone, more than 300-thousand new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed. In fact, it is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in men.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more
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Jean,
September is prostate cancer awareness month.
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And doctors say early detection is crucial. It is for that reason, men should have regular exams, especially if they are African American or have a family history of prostate cancer.
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Frank Garst says he never thought about getting prostate cancer, until he was diagnosed just over a year ago.
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((FRANK GARST/PROSTATE CANCER SURVIVOR: HE SAID IT WAS SMALL. AND WE HAD EARLY DETECTION AND PROGNOSIS LOOKED GOOD))
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((DR. MARK SCHMIDT/ UROLOGIST: YOU CAN MAKE A TREMENDOUS IMPACT IN THEIR SURVIVAL BY REMOVING THESE EARLY OR TREATING THEM EARLY AND LETTING LIVE A HEALTHY LIVE WITHOUT PROSTATE CANCER))
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Currently there are three treatments available.
Surveillance which is usually used with older patients, monitors the progression of the disease.
Surgical therapy which requires actually removing the prostate. And radiation therapy.
Garst had his cancer surgically removed.
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((FRANK GARST: THE TRAUMA OF THE SURGERY IS THE WORST THING YOU HAVE. THAT JUST LAST A WEEK TO TEN DAY AND THEN YOUR GETTING BETTER ALL THE TIME))
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((DR. MARK SCHMIDT/UROLOGIST: I FEEL THE BEST FOR OF CURE IS ... REMOVING THE PROSTATE , VERY EFFECTIVE BUT UNFORTUNATELY IT DOES HAVE SIDE EFFECTS AND THOSE SIDE EFFECTS DETER A LOT OF PATIENTS, THE BIGGEST SIDE EFFECT WOULD BE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION, URINARY INCONTINENCE, AND ULTIMATELY THAT IT IS SPREAD BEYOND THE CONFINES OF THE PROSTATE))
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As men get older their risk of getting prostate cancer increases.
Under the age of 39, only one out of ten thousand men will get prostate cancer.
Between the ages of 40 through 59, the risk rises to 1 out of 100. And one out of every eight men ages 60 to 80 will develop the disease.
Garst says getting that annual check-up is worth it.
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((FRANK GARST: GO EVERY YEAR, GO EVERY YEAR, AND HAVE YOUR PSA CHECKED, IT'S PAINLESS IT DOESN'T TAKE BUT A MINUTE AND IT COULD SAVE YOUR A LOT OF TROUBLE))
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The PSA is prostate blood test, which is done in on conjunction with a digital rectal exam to detect the cancer.
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Jean, most men should start having exams by the age of 50. The risks are even greater for African Americans and those who have a family history of prostate cancer. They should start getting examines at age 40.

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It's time now for our website of the day, and today's selection seems like it is playing TUESDAY morning quarterback.

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Whether you love him or hate him, the folks at Britannica-dot com feel Monday Night Football fans need a little help understanding comedian Dennis Miller.
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The site has put together the Annotated Dennis Miller page which explains his cultural and historic references during the game. Last Monday, he mentioned Dante's Inferno, Stephen Hawkins, Albert Einstein, 19th century photographer Matthew Brady and the separation of church and state.
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If any of the references went over your head, or if you just want a good laugh, check out the Annotated Dennis Miller.
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You can find it through a link to our site at WDBJ7-dot-com.[S5-VHSL]


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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Thursday ticker.
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The Virginia High School League's executive committee overwhelmingly approved the Redistricting and Reclassification plans for next season - with several ammendments.
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The committee met all day yesterday and again this morning and in all there were few surprises. Both E.C. Glass and Halifax County high schools were denied in their requests to play down and join the Seminole district. Patrick Henry and Cave Spring also were both denied their request to play down in classification and become members of the Blue Ridge. That means starting with the next school year the Roanoke Valley and Western districts will merge to become the Western Valley district. The six member schools will include Cave, PH, Franklin County,Glass, GW Danville and Halifax. Rockbridge County was one of the big winners. The Wildcats asked to be moved out of the Blue Ridge district and into the Valley district. Rockbridge's request was granted. But the biggest winner of all was Pulaski County. The executive committee voted to place the Cougars in Blue Ridge district and not the Southwest starting next school year.
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As far as aligning the girls' sports seasons at the same time of the year by moving single a and double a girls' basketball to the winter, the committee did not vote, and instead urged the league's lawyers to pursue maintaining the current situation.
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One of the marquee ACC games this Saturday pits Virginia against 11th ranked Clemson in a 3:30 kickoff.
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Without a doubt, the Cavaliers are facing their stiffest challenge of the season. UVa's defense is rated 5th in the nine team conference, allowing 370 yards a game. But The Wahoos defense has the respect of the Tigers.
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((TOMMY BOWDEN/9-6 RECORD AS CLEMSON HEAD COACH:THEY'RE PLAYING MORE GUYS, THEY HAVE MORE DEPTH THAN WHEN WE PLAYED THEM LAST YEAR. THEIR DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR HAS BEEN AROUND FOR A WHILE, HAS VERY SOUND SCHEME, THEY DON'T GIVE YOU A LOT OF CHEAP, BIG PLAYS. AND THAT'S A CONCERN BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO METHODICALLY EXECUTE A SOUND OFFENSE DOWN FIELD AND NOT TURN IT OVER.))
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As of this morning, 800 tickets remained for the Clemson/Virginia game.

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The fifth annual Volley in the Valley is underway. Tomorrow will be a family affair with "Love Match 2000."
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"Love Match" starts at 5:30 and includes dinner, a silent auction and a free children's tennis clinic.
16 players with college and pro experience are competing in the four day tournament which wraps up Sunday.
The children's clinic is always a favorite event.
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Tickets for "Love Match" are six dollars for adults and free for children under six.
All the proceeds go to Prevent Child Abuse Roanoke Valley.


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And the Hokies may be off this weekend, but Frank Beamer is definitely hard at work.
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This morning the head coach of the Hokies was rubbing elbows with some fast company as he met with President Clinton and later took part in a Rose Garden ceremony. Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six - we'll let you know why Frank was hanging out with not only the President but also Gaylord Perry and Jack Hanna. Take care everybody.
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More now on that serious accident on Interstate 81 this afternoon.
A tractor-trailer and a car collided near Buchanan this afternoon.
The wreckage is blocking the southbound lanes of the interstate, at mile marker 164.
Witnesses say the car was cut in two.
And authorities say one person has been killed.
Traffic is backed up for several miles.
A News-7 crew is on the scene, and we'll have more at 6.[Close-ID] [5pm] SUPER=x4035; fax/copyright [SUPER=#4071;email/copyright]