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Today on news 7 at 5, Lynchburg's largest employer is selling its operation. We'll see what that could mean for the Hill City.
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and a former U-S soldier tells authorities he cooperated with a known terrorist to plan an attack that kill 224 people including 12 Americans. [Weather-Head]
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Another beautiful day slowly comes to an end....can we expect this kind of weather through the weekend ..I'll have the forecast coming up.

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In entertainment news, parents may want to wash Buzz Lightyear's mouth out with soap as a Disney D-V-D is pulled from some store shelves,
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and the F-D-A wants to remove a popular over the counter drug from the market. We'll tell you why on Health Check.
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Is a former U-S military man a turncoat?
Today a former Army Sargeant admits he helped terrorists plan two U-S embassy bombings- that left hundreds dead.


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His name is Ali Mohamed- Today the former Army sergeant admitted that he helped suspected terrorist Osama Bin Laden.
Lee Cowan has more on a guilty plea in a notorious bombing case.
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(( The guilty plea came in a Manhattan courtroom -- giving prosecutors what they wanted -- and investigators more amunition in the fight against suspected terrorist, Osama bin Laden.
A former US Amy sergeant -- Ali Mohamed -- told a judge he helped Bin Laden plan the 1998 bombings of two US embassies in Africa that killed 224 people -- 12 of them American.
"My name is Ali Mohamed, I am a foreign Egyptian officer.."


Shown in this US Army training tape -- Mohamed spent three years in the service, teaching special forces units about Muslim culture --
--even getting top billing in this film on "Perspectives in the Middle East."
Mohamed is the first person to plead guilty in connection with the embassy bombings -- and one of the first to give such a detailed account of bin Laden's central role in what he called a massive conspiracy to target US military installations and embassies worlwide.
That could include last week's attack on the USS Cole in a Mideast port where bin Laden had made several recent threats, which until last Thursday had not been realized.
As another of the Cole's victims was buried at Arlington National cemetery -- the Navy was changing the timleine of the explosion, which could have a crucial impact on the investigation.
The Navy Times quotes a source as saying the blast took place AFTER the ship was moored, not BEFORE -- which means there should have been no small boats anywhere near the ship at the time of the blast. COWAN: "The American intelligence community remains focused on Osama bin Laden as the prime suspect -- but there is little they can do. Allready indicted for the embassy attacks -- he still remains out of reach. Lee Cowan, CBS News, Washington."))

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The deadline for a Middle East cease fire came and went today- but instead of peace- it was the worst violence there in two weeks.
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At least nine people died as Israeli troops clashed with Palestinians-
Despite the bloodshed, U-S officials still have hope for peace.
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((RICHARD BOUCHER/STATE DEPT. SPOKESMAN: WE SAID FROM THE BEGINNING WE HAVE NO ILLUSIONS ABOUT HOW DIFFICULT THIS IS GOING TO BE. TODAY HAS BEEN PARTICULARLY DIFFICULT DAY AND WE CERTAINLY REGRET THE LOSS OF LIFE AND VIOLENCE THAT HAS OCCURED.))
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The State Department refused to place blame on either side but instead called on both sides to fulfill their obligations under the agreement.
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Mixed news for hundreds of Ericsson employees in Lynchburg... they won't be working for Ericsson any more, but they also won't lose their jobs OR have to move.
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Ericsson announced today it is moving its cell phone business to Latin America and will sell its mobile manufacturing operation to S-C-I Systems in Alabama.
The change affects 15- hundred employees.. but S-C-I plans to keep all those workers and have them operate out of the Lynchburg facility.
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((PER ARNE SANDSTROM/PRES., ERICSSON NORTH AMERICAN OPERATIONS: AN ADDITIONAL 1200 ERICSSON EMPLOYEES WHO WORK IN SUCH AREAS AS R&D, CORPORATE FUNCTIONS, TIME TO MARKET AND NEW PRODUCT INTRODUCTIONS, WILL STAY WITH ERICSSON. THERE ARE NO PLANS TO REDUCE EITHER WORKFORCE.))
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The new S-C-I employees will be re-trained to build infrastructure equipment for cell phone systems.
The remaining Ericsson workforce will concentrate on what it calls "3-G" production.. developing new mobile Internet technology.
The transition will take about 6 months.
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A judge says he will decide next week if a hunting rights initiative will get on the ballot. We'll have that story next,
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and parents who bought a version of the Toy Story 2 D-V-D might have a problem as Buzz Lightyear gets an R-Rated interruption.
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Two suspects have been charged in connection with the early October vandalism of Williams Memorial park.
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The 15 and 16 year old teenagers allegedly marked about twenty tombstones with profanity, Nazi symbols, and the letters "S-P".
The suspects told investigators "S-P" meant "spyder punks," a gang name they got from a movie.
While the actions do not meet the state law definition of gang activity, the crime is considered a felony.
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Several charities in the New River Valley are in the midst of a financial crisis, after finding out their money has disappeared.
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New River Valley Habitat for Humanity and Big Brothers/Big Sisters both found out earlier this month that their funds were gone.
N-R-C Management Services of Christiansburg managed the money along with the funds of 39 other human service agencies. It reports at least 580-thousand dollars is missing.
A search warrant affadavit filed in federal court says N-R-C's former general manager, Rick Poff, is suspected of taking the money.
United Way is pitching in 25-thousand dollars to Habitat and Big Brothers/Big Sisters to keep them going for the next two months.
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Poff declined to comment for this story.


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"The people have a right to hunt, fish, and harvest game..."
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That, in part, is one of two Constitutional amendments Virginians will vote on this election day.
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But today, animal rights' groups argued in court that the actual ballot question is unclear -- and the votes should NOT be reported.
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((PHIL HIRSCHKOP/FUND FOR ANIMALS' ATTORNEY: THEY SENT A QUESTION INSTEAD OF THE AMDENDMENT. AND THE QUESTION DOESN'T TELL YOU WHAT THE AMENDMENT IS. SO NO ONE WILL KNOW WHAT THEY'RE VOTING ON. AND WE BELIEVE THEY DID IT PURPOSELY TO GET PEOPLE TO VOTE FOR IT.))10
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((BILL HURD/ASS'T. ATTORNEY GENERAL: WHEN YOU GO TO THE POLLS, AND YOU SEE THE NAME OF GEORGE ALLEN OR CHUCK ROBB, THE BALLOT DOESN'T TELL YOU IF THEY ARE REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRAT, OR IF THEY ARE CONSERVATIVE OR LIBERAL. YOU CARRY THAT INFORMATION INTO THE POLLS WITH YOU.))14
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Richmond Circuit Court Judge Melvin Hughes agreed the question was vague.
He says he will issue a ruling by the middle of next week.
He's being asked to seal the results on the ballot issue until he can rule if the question is even Constitutional.



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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will show us the art in pottery.
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Virginia pottery will be on display and for sale all weekend- The Blue Ridge Potters and the Virginia Western Art Department join together for an art show.
The show will feature the work of twenty commonwealth potters and the money raised goes right back to supporting the craft.
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Jacey Birch is at Virginia Western Community College where the pottery show is just starting.
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Today in Sports, we'll take an early look at qualifying from the Rock and on health check, the F-D-A says an over the counter drug may not be safe after all.
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Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer related deaths for women.
Last year more than 43-thousand women died from the disease.
October is breast cancer awareness month and today is national mammography day.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us early detection is critical in battling breast cancer.
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That's right Jean, Over 80 percent of women diagnosed with breast cancer have no family history, so no woman is immune.
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Age is the greatest risk factor for women.
So after turning 40, a mammogram should be a yearly ritual.
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Getting a mammogram on a regular basis can make a difference in life or death.
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Technology has helped doctors find tumors earlier.
Doctor Charles Warner says computers have led to less invasive biopsy procedures.
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((DR.CHARLES WARNER/CARILION BREAST CARE CENTER: WE TAKE TWO PICTURES FROM DIFFERENT ANGLES, AND WE MARK THE AREA WE WANT TO BIOPSY ON BOTH PICTURES AND THEN THE COMPUTER CALCULATES THE POSITION AND THE DEPTH OF THE AREA ))
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Then the machine will guide the needle into the exact location.
Mamograms are not the only precaution women should take.
Beginning around age 19, they should begin monthly self-exams.
Nurse Catherine Hagan says they should be done right after your period -- in both a lying and standing position.
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((CATHERINE HAGAN: WE WANT TO MAKE SURE WHEN YOU'RE DOING THIS YOU USE THE TIPS OF YOUR FINGER BECAUSE THIS IS THE MOST SENSITIVE PLACE ON YOUR HAND, YOU PRESS 1, 2 AND DOWN DEEP ENOUGH SO YOU'RE REALLY TRYING TO PUSH DOWN TO FILL YOUR CHEST WALL))
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Women should be feeling for changes in the breast and hard lumps.
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((DR. CHARLES WARNER/CARILION BREAST CARE CENTER: IT DEPENDS SOMEWHAT ON THE GRADE OF THE TUMOR BUT USUALLY A CURE RATE
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For those who don't have insurance, the Carilion Breast Care Center has a program with the health department, called Every Women's Life, that offers mammograms free of charge.
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And, Jean Doctors say its a good idea to get a mammogram before 40 --so you have something to compare future tests against.

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The F-D-A is being advised by experts to ban hundreds of over the counter drugs containing an ingredient that may cause strokes in women under 50. Lee Cowan has the story.
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(( It is in a dizzing array of over the counter products -- from degongestants to appetite supressants -- with more than 6 million doses sold last year alone.

But today, a panel of scientific experts is recommending the FDA ban the 50 year old ingredient, out of fear it may cause stokes.

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"The panel felt it was really too high of risk to allow it to be on the market."

A five year, $5 million dollar study by Yale scientists, found that Phenylpropanalomine -- otherwise known as PPA -- could increase the risk of a rare but devastating kind of stroke, especially in young women who were first time users.

Although the risk IS small, doctors say the product could not longer be considered generally safe -- and may be responsible for as many as 200 to 500 strokes a year.

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"It really a rare event so the data suggested that using PPA would increase that risk by 50 percent."

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PPA has been under scrutiny for years -- but despite the worries -- FDA allowed the product to stay on the market because the studies were inconclusive.

Some say that is STILL the case -- that the study was flawed containing too few patients and not enough controls to be statistically significant.

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"But in making its decision, the FDA will not only consider this most recent study, but it's own data as well. In the meantime, some doctors are cautioning patients that if there is an alternative, use it. Lee Cowan, CBS News Washington."))

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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the start of your weekend.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies are now settled in at their team headquarters, the Wyndham Hotel in Syracuse as they get set for their Big East battle with the Orangemen tomorrow night.
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This morning the team went through its normal walk through inside the Carrier Dome and News 7 Sports was on hand as Michael Vick and Company got their first look at the dome. Perhaps, no one is more excited about the chance to play in this building than defensive Lamar Cobb from Gretna.
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This is a homecoming for Hokie wide receiver Andre Davis, who grew up just two hours from the Dome in Niscayuna, New York. He plans to have his own cheering section in the stands tomorrow night.
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[VA NAT CON'T] We'll have more from the Hokies morning workout in the Dome coming up tonight on News 7 at Six.
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The Cup cars are at the Rock this weekend. This afternoon they qualified for Sunday's Pop Secret 400 and points leader Bobby Labonte did nothing to hurt his title hopes by winning the outside pole.
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Salem's reign as the King of the Blue Ridge come come to a halt tonight as the Spartans invade Northside. That's just one of 14 games we'll be tracking for you tonight on Friday Football Extra.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE 18043] And tomorrow, it's a doubleheader Saturday for NCAA football as West Virginia takes on Notre Dame and Tennessee looks to salvage its season against surging Alabama.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE 18041] Plus, Sunday the NFL game coming your way has the Titans taking on the Ravens at one. Steve Mason is coming your way on News 7 at Six. I'll see you tonight at 11:35 with week number nine of Friday Football Extra.
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Toy Story 2 hit the shelves this week to the delight of children everywhere. But there is a problem for some people who bought a version of the film on D-V-D. There was a glitch in the duplication process.
Now there's an R-rated scene in the middle of the G-rated film. Terisa Estacio has more.
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((The much anticipated Toy Story 2 hit the stores this week, and Woody is facing another dilemma.
But some families watching the childrens movie had a dilemna of their own. They got an unwanted surprise with their purchase. Shortly into the video, another R rated movie suddenly appears. The actor is using profanity.

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(Pat Davis/Mother)
(incue: Its a really an emotionally scene, then all of a sudden a

yelling guy says some really inappropriate things for kids.)
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(Locator: Salt Lake City, UT)


The Davis family returned their video to this Costco Store in Utah. Before long, all 240 Costco Warehouse stores across the country began pulling the DVD 3 disc set from their shelves.

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(Kevin Green/Costco Manager, Los Angeles; )
(incue: We are a family friendly store and took them off immediately

after learning about the problem )

(Terisa Estacio/reporting; )
(The problem does not affect all Toy Story 2 movies. Just this one,

called the Ultimate Toy Box )
Technicolor performed the duplication of the Disney Movie. The company states it is investigating the cause of the problem and believes it occurred only in a small percentage of the three disc DVD package sets. Costco says the problem so far seems isolated showing up only in the West. Other stores such as Blockbuster in Los Angeles say they have no reports of any glitches.

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As for Woody that's another story... he must figure out how to get out of his predicament. Terisa Estacio, CBS News, LA))
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