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Today on news 7 at 5, authorities say they have made a breakthrough in the bombing of the U-S-S Cole,
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and an emergency peace summit in the middle east ends with an agreement to stop the violence.
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A few showers headed our way tonight through early tomorrow ...but after that... clear sailing right through the upcoming weekend. I'll have your forecast coming up.

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On Health Check, several people become ill after eating at a local restaurant,
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and if you drive a Ford Focus, we have some important news....your car has been recalled.
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((I BELIEVE WE HAVE MADE REAL PROGRESS TODAY... REPAIRING THE DAMAGE WILL TAKE TIME AND GREAT EFFORT BY ALL OF US.))
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President Clinton announces a mideast cease fire agreement- but in the streets of Gaza you'd never know it.
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Fighting cointinues today in the Middle East - despite an agreement to end the violence.
Will Yasser Arafat convince his people to hold their fire? and Will Israel pull its tropps out of Palestinian neighborhoods?
CBS reporter Drew Levinson is in Jerusalem tonight with the details.
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(( PRESIDENT CLINTON LEFT THE SUMMIT WITH AGREEMENTS... FEW THOUGHT HE HAD ANY CHANCE OF GETTING.
ISRAEL AND THE PALESTINIANS PLEDGED TO END MORE THAN TWO WEEKS OF VIOLENCE. AND...THEY'VE AGREED TO THE FORMATION OF A PANEL TO INVESTIGATE THE CAUSE OF THE UNREST. CLINTON
BT ON THE WEST BANK THERE WAS NO IMMEDIATE TRUCE. ROCKS AND BULLETS CONTINUED TO FLY. WHAT REMAINS TO BE SEEN IS WHETHER YASSER ARAFAT CAN CONVINCE HIS PEOPLE TO HOLD THEIR FIRE AND WHETHER ISRAEL WILL PULL ITS TROOPS OUT OF PALESTINIAN NEIGHBORHOODS. Drew Levinson/cbs News: BUT THE AGREEMENT IS BEING MET WITH SKEPTICISM, ESPECIALLY HERE. THIS IS OLD JERUSALEM, BOTH JEWS AND ARABS CALL THIS HOME. BUT THEY DONT LIVE TOGETHER, THEY MERELY EXIST TOGETHER. The only thing most Jews and Muslims agree on is that this agreement will not answer their prayers for peace. YONI KNELLER/ISRAELI : IM NOT SURE I DONT TRUST THE ARABS ANYMORE, I MEAN THIS TWO WEEKS...I THINK BROKE SOMETHING IN ME This man, a Palestinian, thinks the agreement is a sham. And he believes the Americans are his true enemy because he says they arm the Israeli army. AMERICAN GIVE THEM GUN, ALL THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE DIE OF THE GUN, AMERICAN GUN YOU KNOW.
It is a holy day here in Jerusalem. But the sounds of this joyous holiday were soon drowned out but a more familiar sound.))




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Investigators in Yemen believe they've made a break in the investigation of the bombing of the U-S-S Cole- Gretchen Carlson has the latest.
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(( FIVE DAYS AFTER THE ATTACK ON THE U.S.S. COLE IN YEMEN, A HOUSE NEAR THE PORT OF ADEN HAS BECOME THE CENTER OF THE INVESTIGATION.
YEMENI INVESTIGATORS FOUND WHAT THEY DESCRIBE AS BOMB-MAKING EQUIPMENT IN THE HOUSE AND SAY TWO MEN WHO SPENT SEVERAL DAYS THERE, ARE NOW LINKED TO THE BOMBING OF THE COLE.
THE MEN -- BELIEVED TO BE NON-YEMENI ARABS -- HAVE SINCE DISAPPEARED.
PENTAGON OFFICIALS REACTED TO THE LATEST INFORMATION -- SAYING THEY ARE INTENT ON SOLVING THE MYSTERY -- BUT REMAIN CAUTIOUS ABOUT POINTING ANY FINGERS OF BLAME.

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"If we were to inadvertently disclose some information that might prove to be a very important part of the investigation that would be a terrible outcome.")
THE ATTACK LAST THURSDAY KILLED 17 AMERICAN SAILORS AND INJURED DOZENS OF OTHERS.
INVESTIGATORS BELIEVE THE ATTACK HAPPENED WHEN TWO MEN FILLED A SMALL BOAT WITH EXPLOSIVES -- THEN DETONATED IT NEXT TO THE U.S.S. COLE.
WHILE NO ONE IS CLAIMING RESPONSIBILTY FOR THE ATTACK, SUSPICION HAS FALLEN ON TERRORIST OSAMA BIN LADEN.
BIN LADEN WAS ACCUSED IN THE 1998 BOMBINGS OF THE U.S. EMBASSIES IN KENYA AND TANZANIA -- BUT CLAIMS HE HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS LATEST ATTACK.

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"We will hold the parties accountable and I think I'll just leave it at that."

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THE BREAK IN THE INVESTIGATION COMES JUST ONE DAY BEFORE THE 17 SAILORS KILLED WILL BE HONORED AT A MEMORIAL SERVICE.
THAT SERVICE WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE NORFOLK NAVAL STATION IN VIRGINIA.
GRETCHEN CARLSON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.)

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One dog is dead, and two others are under a veterinarian's care after an apparent poisoning incident in a Roanoke neighborhood.
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"Tag" is a four and a half year -old dalmation now recovering at a Roanoke animal hospital.
Tony Carter believes his dog, and two others were poisoned with hamburger meat that was laced with antifreeze.
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((TONY CARTER: SUNDAY MORNING ONE DOG GOT SICK, FELL DOWN, TOOK IT TO THE VET AND TESTED POSITIVE FOR ANTIFREEZE. ABOUT 12 HOURS LATER, MY DOG BECAME DELIRIOUS, FELL DOWN THE STEPS. I TOOK IT IN. IT TESTED POSITIVE. THE SAME TIME THE NEIGHBORS ACROSS THE ALLEY, THEIR DOG DIED FROM ANTIFREEZE POISONING. IT'S ALL HAPPENED WITHIN THE LAST 24 TO 36 HOURS.))
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Three- year- old Azlyn (AZZ-linn) is also being treated by a local veterinarian who says she's cautiously optimistic the animal will recover.
But 10- year- old "Bubba" wasn't so lucky. The family pet became ill on Saturday, and later died.
Police are investigating. Today an animal control officer collected samples of the meat for testing.
Residents in the 2000 block of Memorial and Denniston Avenues believe they know who is responsible, but so far no one has been charged.
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Health Officials are investigating a possible outbreak of food borne illnesses at the Golden Corral off of Hershberger road.
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Officials say seven people got sick after eating at the restaurant on Friday night.
Based on the symptoms-- health officials believe it's probably a bacteria, either staphlococcus or (Ba-sill-us) bacillus.
The symptoms include nausea, diarrhea and vomiting.
The Health Department says if you have any of those symptoms and have eaten at the Golden Corral you should contact your physician or the health department.
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One of the nation's governors is killed in a plane crash. We'll have the details in a moment.
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Also Ford announces its recalling 350 thousand new cars.
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The Presidential Debate will go on tonight despite the death of Missouri's Governor Mel Carnahan.
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Carnahan, his son and a campaign advisor were killed last night when the plane they were in crashed about 25 miles south of Saint Louis.
The plane had taken off in rain and fog.
Carnahan was in tight race for the Senate against incumbent republican John Ashcroft.
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((GOVERNOR CARNAHAN WAS A GREAT MAN , A RESPECTED MAN AND MEANT SO MANY THINGS FOR SO MANY PEOPLE... I'D GIVE ANYTHING IF THE OCNFIRMATION DID NOT OCCUR.))
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It's too late to take Carnahan's name off the ballot in Missouri- Election officials say if Carnahan gets most of the votes, it'll mean a vacancy in January when Ashcroft's term expires and the acting governor- a democrat will appoint someone to fill it.
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As if Ford did not have enough problems these days-
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The Ford Motor Company is now recalling more than 350 thousand vehicles for three separate problems.
The cars are the Ford Focus- and the problems involve rear wheel and brake drum assemblies, interior trim and cruise control cables.
Ford says there have been no reports of accidents from any of the problems. This is a voluntary recall- Focus owners should get information in the mail on how to arrange for the no-cost repair.
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Colder temperatures are on the way and experts say heating costs are on the rise.
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For folks who may have a hard time affording a higher heating bill this winter, several organizations are offering help. The League of Older Americans is helping the elderly through the department of social services Energy Assistance Program.
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((ELAINE ENGLEMAN/LEAGUE OF OLDER AMERICANS: WE ALSO WORK WITH THE POWER COMPANY THE GAS COMPANY THE OIL COMPANY TO SEE IF WE CAN GET CHARGES WAVED OR SEE IF THERE IS A POSSIBILITY WE CAN GET THEM ON A BUDGET PLAN PLUS A LITTLE AMOUNT ON THE BACK BILL TO RESTORE HEAT FOR THE WINTER.))
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The Energy Assistance Program is accepting applications through November 13-th. Roanoke Gas also offers a heat share program where customers can apply through the Salvation Army. The application process begins after Thanksgiving and runs through March.
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Still to come on the newscast, Jacey Birch is JAMMIN' as she gets a glimpse at life in the N-B-A.
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A huge truck has driven into town with a very different type of cargo.
The N-B-A Jam Van rolled into Roanoke today to give kids a taste of what professional basketball life is like.

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Jacey Birch is live at Horton Park in Roanoke and I think she's joining in on the basketball activities.
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Coming up today in Sports, the Hokies look to break the jinx of the Carrier Dome,
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And on Health Check, we'll meet a local woman who says a trip to the chiropractor has done wonders for her baby's colic.
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Health officials say the discovery of a bird contaminated with the West Nile virus in central Virginia should "not" be cause for alarm among residents there.
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The bird was found two weeks ago in rural Prince Edward County.. it's the first bird in the state to test positive for the virus.
But because West Nile is a mosquito- born virus, officials say it's unlikely a person can become infected.
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((DR. DAVID GOODFRIEND/PIEDMONT HEALTH DISTRICT DIRECTOR: WE'RE FORTUNATE THAT WE'RE GETTING IT LATE IN THE SEASON, SINCE THE INFECTION IS SPREADY BY MOSQUITOES, AS THE WEATHER GETS COLDER.. AND WE'VE HAD FROST FOR SEVERAL DAYS OVER THE LAST COUPLE OF WEEKS.. THE MOSQUITO POPULATION DROPS DOWN AND WITH THAT THE RISK OF ANYONE GETTING INFECTED WITH THE VIRUS BECOMES A LOT LESS.))
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A health surveillance has been issued for a seven- county area around Farmville including Charlotte and Appomattox.
Anyone there who finds a dead bird is asked to contact their local health department so authorities can determine whether the bird needs to be tested.
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An estimated 10 to 20 percent of all babies will experience infantile colic.
It's described as unexplainable crying that lasts between one to two hours usually around the same time each day.
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While there is no cure for the condition -- Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with one option some parents say really works.
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Jean,
It's called spinal manipulation and is done by a chiropractor.
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According to a two week study in a chiropractic medical journal, babies who received spinal manipulation appeared to do better than babies who were treated with the drug dimethicone.
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(( RoxAnne Christley says it was her sons Cymon's bout with colic at the age of two months that made her start bringing her children to the chiropractor.
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((ROXANNE CHRISTLEY: HE WAS MY FOURTH BABY AND I NEVER HAD BABY THAT WAS THIS FUSSY. THERE WERE PERIODS WHERE HE WOULD CRY ALL THE TIME AND EVEN WHEN I HELD HIM AND CONSOLED HIM HE WOULDN'T STOP CRYING))
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Cymon is now three years old and still going to the chiropractor, but his mother says it was his first visit that made her a believer.
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((ROXANNE CHRISTLEY: I WAS APPREHENSIVE AT FIRST BUT AFTER HE SLEPT SIX AND HALF HOURS THAT AFTERNOON WHICH HE HAD NEVER DONE BEFORE. HE WAS NEVER GASSY OR WENT THROUGH CRYING FITS LIKE THAT ANYMORE IT JUST STOPPED))
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((DR. JOHN OLSEN: IF THE MOTHER HAS TRIED EVERYTHING ELSE FOR THE CHILD IT MAY JUST BE A SIMPLE ADJUSTMENT THAT A CHIROPRACTOR CAN GIVE TO RELIEVE THOSE SYMPTOMS THAT THE CHILD IS HAVING. IT'S A SAFE AND EFFECTIVE WAS AS THE RESEARCH SHOWS OF TREATING COLIC))
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And Olsen says while no one knows what causes colic, some believe trauma to the child during the birthing process causes problems to the upper back or neck.
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((DR. JOHN OLSEN: A CHIROPRACTOR IS TRAINED TO LOCATE MISALIGNMENT IN THE CHILD, IF THEY FIND A MISALIGNMENT SIMPLY USE OUR HANDS TO GENTLY MOVE THAT BONE BACK INTO POSITION))
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Olsen say that the spinal manipulation is not an attempt to replace medical care -- but simply an option available to parents.
News 7 spoke with a Lewis Gale Clinic pediatrician who says as long as their is no significant manipulation and it's basically a massage with gentle movements, he has no objections to it.
But he says he does not know whether it actually works.
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Jean the pediatrician say he usually recommends parents try rocking or cradling the baby, use medication, or change the baby's formula.

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Time now for sports. The Roanoke Express is home tonight at the Roundhouse skating against the Johnstown Chiefs. Faceoff is set for seven o'clock. It's Roanoke's only home game until October 28th.
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The Hokies are also on the road this week, as is our own Mike Stevens who has today's Two Minute Sports Ticker.
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Teaching proved to be especially rewarding for one Montgomery County educator today.
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Jenna (Swan) Swann, a fifth grade teacher at Price's Fork Elementary, took home a 25-thousand dollar award.
It came from The McGlothlin Foundation- it's a philanthropic group that recognizes excellence in teaching.
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((THOMAS McGLOTHLIN/FOUNDATION PRESIDENT: THE ENERGY AND WHAT SHE PUTS INTO THE CLASSROOM AND THE DESIRE TO REALLY TEACH CHILDREN IS WHAT MADE HER THE STANDOUT.))
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((JENNA SWANN/TEACHER: I'M AMAZED. THIS HAS BEEN SUCH AN AWESOME EXPERIENCE. I CAN'T BELIEVE IT. I'VE GOT THE CHECK IN MY HAND, THOUGH, SO (LAUGHS). ))
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Swann will use some of the money on a three-month trek through India and Nepal.
She and a friend leave in five days.
Swann says she'll write her students every day to help them learn about foreign cultures.
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