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Coming up .... A man's home was searched yesterday in connection with recent dog poisonings in Roanoke.
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[vo-nat] And ... 11 more survivors and the remains of the last eight who died after the attack on the U-S-S Cole return to the U-S.
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Roanoke police spokesperson Shelly Alley says a man whose home was searched yesterday IS a suspect in the recent poisoning of dogs.
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One dog died and two others had to be treated after apparently eating hamburger meat laced with antifreeze last weekend. Yesterday afternoon authorities entered the home of James William Bowers while Bowers was NOT home. Police say they found guns, antifreeze, and meat. Residents of the Memorial Avenue community met last night -- in hopes of preventing dog poisonings in the future. They say it's been a problem before.
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((BARRY SNOWDEN/RESIDENT: IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME AND WE HOPE IT'S THE LAST TIME, AZLYN WAS POISONED ABOUT SIX MONTHS AGO AND HE'S NOT THE ONLY DOG TO BE POISONED THIS LAST WEEK.))
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Officials hope to have a full report Monday on yesterday's search - and whether it's connected to the recent incidents in the neighborhood.
Kate Weidaw has more on this story - later on News 7 Saturday Morning.

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Roanoke police made arrests in connection with the vandalism of a cemetery earlier this month.
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A 15-year-old and 16-year-old face charges after allegedly marking about 20 tombstones at Williams Memorial Park with profanity, swastikas and the letters "S-P."
The boys were served yesterday with petitions to appear in court. They both live in Northwest Roanoke.
The boys tell investigators "S-P" stands for "spyder punks," a gang name they heard in a movie.
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When the two day Arab's League Summit began today the Egyptian president put the blame for the Mideast violence squarely on Israel.
Israel is watching for Arab leaders' response, after calling a timeout in the peace process with the Palestinians.

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The worst fighting of the last two weeks in the Mideast came just moments after yesterday's truce deadline.
Israel is accusing Palestinian leaders of failing to meet a deadline for carrying out a U.S.-brokered agreement to end a wave of violence.
Palestinian gunmen and rock-throwers attacked Israeli Soldiers at checkpoints in the West Bank.
Eight Palestinians were killed and several others injured.
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The Navy now says the explosion that killed 17 U-S sailors occurred nearly two hours after the Cole was moored to a fuel dock, not during the mooring operation.
That means the terrorists' boat did not blend in with other harbor craft, so it is less clear why the attacking boat was allowed to approach the Cole.
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Meanwhile 11 more sailors injured in the explosion returned to Norfolk yesterday.
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((Nats))
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Buses waited to transport them to Portsmouth Naval Hospital for further medical care.
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The remains of the last eight sailors to be recovered from the crippled USS Cole finally reached Dover, Delaware.
17 US servicemen and women were killed in the bombing.
Over thirty were injured.
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[Terrorism]


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Terrorism was making news in a New York courtroom yesterday as a former U-S Army sergeant told a judge he helped suspected terrorist, Osama Bin Laden, bomb two U-S Embassies.
Ali Mohamed spent three years in the service teaching special forces units about the Muslin culture
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Mohamed is the first person to plead guilty in connection to the 1998 bombings of two U-S embassies in Africa that killed 224 people--including 12 Americans.
Bin Laden is a prime suspect in the bombing of the USS Cole.
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[Haunted-Haunts]


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Ghost stories, cemeteries and haunted hotels. You'll find all three and more in the Historical Society of Western Virginia's Haunted Haunts Tour. Shannon Young gives us a preview of the eerie event in this week's "Time Off".
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((Welcome to room 606 at Roanoke's Patrick Henry Hotel. The room looks empty but legend has it the spirit of one of the hotel's early residents lives here. Daisy, as the ghost is known, is said to occasionally make herself visible to guests.
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[IN Q=The lights came on...]

((The lights came on and Daisy appeared through the wall to this woman who, of course, ran out in terror and found a security guard. And when they got back to the room the door had been bolted from inside.))
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The Patrick Henry Hotel is just one of the stops on the Haunted Haunts tour offered by the History Museum and Historical Society of Western Virginia. The two and a half hour bus tour is hosted by historical interpreters who'll introduce you to some of Roanoke's most well-known ghost stories set in some of the city's most famous places.
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((The Hotel Roanoke has a ghost named Ava Scott who was a lady from Florida who'd come up and spend spring and summers here. When she died her daughter said one of her last wishes was to have her ashes scattered on the lawn at the hotel because she loved it so much.))
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((So they scattered her ashes and a grounds person went out to do some mowing. Before the chief engineer could stop him he apparently hit the ashes and they flew up in a cloud around a magnolia tree. They say Ava's been there ever since.))
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You'll also stop by the Old City Cemetery where you could catch a glimpse of one of the graveyard's regular visitors - "the woman in white."
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[IN Q=She was a victim...]

((She was a victim of the influenza epidemic that swept across America in 1918 and claimed a lot of victims in the Roanoke Valley. She's a young Southern belle who, according to legend, is weeping because she had to leave her four children behind.))
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((If you do plan to spend Halloween exploring Roanoke's haunted history, by all means, bring an open mind. But don't bring your kids. Organizers say this event is for a mature audience only.))
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((This is not a tour for kids. Some of the stories are pretty creepy. They can sometimes involve deaths, you know? It's not light fare for children, necessarily. We really do encourage kids to stay home.))
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But what about the ghosts? Are they invited? And has anybody on the tour ever seen one?
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((Basically, if you're going to take the Haunted Haunts Tour it's not necessary to be a true believer in the paranormal. Just be open to the possibility that there are some things out there that defy rational explanation.))
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((I haven't heard anybody say that any sightings have taken place during the tour but, boy, that would be way cool.))
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The tour takes place at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, October 27th and 28th. Your chance to glimpse a ghost is by reservation only. Shannon Young, News 7, Roanoke.))
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[TAKE PHONE NUMBER FULL SCREEN 9600 EssC] The tour costs 10-dollars for museum members and 13-dollars for non-members. For more information you can call the Historical Society at (540) 342 - 5770...
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[TAKE WEB ADDRESS FS] or log onto our website at wdbj7.com and click on the Time Off suitcase.
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[Sports-Plays]


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The Hokies have finished prepping for tonight's Big East battle with Syracuse.
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Yesterday 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 tonight.
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((ANDRE DAVIS:))
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If you're still looking to fill your schedule this weekend, here's some ideas from the weekend calendar.
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In today's Weekend Diner - Business Stuff isn't on the menu but stuffed peppers are - as Business Reporter Jen Miele is back finishing up her festive fall veggies...
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If you want Jen's Stuffed Pepper recipe or any recipe you see on Weekend Diner check out our web site at WDBJ-7-dot com - just click on Weekend Diner.
Or you can send us a self-addressed, stamped envelope at... ( Ad lib address -- toss to break)
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A Roanoke police spokesperson says there IS a suspect in recent dog poisonings.
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And ... one woman is dead after a car crash in Patrick County last night. More on those stories just ahead.
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Roanoke City Police spokeswoman Shelly Alley tells News 7 there's a suspect in the recent poisoning of dogs on Memorial Avenue.
Yesterday afternoon officers searched the home of James William Bowers and found several guns, antifreeze, and meat.
Kate Weidaw has more.
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((No one was home when Roanoke City Police went to search the home of James William Bowers, so officers made their way in through the window. An hour later, they came out with several items.

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((SGT. KL WOOD: BASICALLY HIS WEAPONS, SOME CONTAINERS OF LIQUID, AND SOME MEAT PRODUCTS.))
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A police department spokeswoman says the containers of liquid were antifreeze. Officials say the items will be analyzed in a lab before further details are released. In the meantime, residents say dogs in the neighborhood have been poisoned before.

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((BARRY SNOWDEN/RESIDENT: IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME AND WE HOPE IT'S THE LAST TIME, AZLYN WAS POISONED ABOUT SIX MONTHS AGO AND HE'S NOT THE ONLY DOG TO BE POISONED THIS LAST WEEK.))
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That's why many are hoping to start a neighborhood watch to keep this from happening again.

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((TERRI BEAMER/RESIDENT: IF YOU HEAR A DOG BARK LOOK OUTSIDE EVEN IF IT'S NOT YOUR OWN DOG, DON'T JUST ASSUME IT'S A CAT IT COULD BE SOMEBODY ELSE.))
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((KATE WEIDAW/REPORTING: OFFICIALS HOPE TO HAVE A FULL REPORT ON MONDAY ABOUT WHAT THEY FOUND IN THE HOME AND IF IT IS CONNECTED WITH THE RECENT INCIDENTS IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD. KATE WEIDAW NEWS7 ROANOKE.))
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A Stuart woman died after she apparently lost control of her car last night. State Police say 70-year-old Francis Dalton Botley struck an embankment, flipped several times, and was thrown from her Oldsmobile off of Route 103 in Patrick County. Police say Botley was not wearing a seat belt. The crash occurred around 10-15 - she was pronounced dead at the scene 25 minutes later.




[2Sailors-Return]


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The Navy has released new information about the bombing of the USS Cole.
The Navy now says the explosion occurred nearly two hours after the Cole was moored to a fuel dock.
That means the terrorists' boat did not blend in with other harbor craft, so it is less clear why the attacking boat was allowed to approach the Cole.
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[VO-NAT]
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Meanwhile 11 more sailors injured in the explosion returned to Norfolk yesterday.
Buses waited to transport them to Portsmouth Naval Hospital for further medical care.
[super=03-Dover Air Force Base;]


The remains of the last eight sailors to be recovered from USS Cole finally reached Dover, Delaware.
17 US servicemen and women were killed in the bombing Over thirty were injured.
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Meantime, peace continues to elude the Mideast.
Yesterday marked the worst fighting of the last two weeks -- only moments after a truce deadline.
Israel is accusing Palestinian leaders of failing to meet a deadline for carrying out a U.S.-brokered agreement to end a wave of violence.
Palestinian gunmen and rock-throwers attacked Israeli Soldiers at checkpoints in the West Bank.
Eight Palestinians were killed and several others injured.
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A man underwent surgery last night after he was reportedly shot while driving in Roanoke.
Police say the victim had two bullet holes in his car after driving near Lincoln Terrace in Northwest.
The man, from Northern Virginia, was taken to Carilion Roanoke Memorial for surgery - after apparently driving himself to Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital. He had been shot in both calves.
There is no word on his condition.

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Some New River Valley charities are scrambling for money - after hundreds of thousands of dollars disappeared.
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New River Valley Habitat for Humanity and Big - Big Sisters found out this month they're broke.
N-R-C Management Services of Christiansburg handled money for them and 39 other human service groups.
It reports at least 580-thousand dollars missing.
United Way is pitching in 25-thousand dollars to keep Habitat and Big Brothers/Big Sisters going for the next two months.
But Habitat's executive director says the loss means seven families' homes may be put on hold.
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((TERRI FITZWATER-PALMORE/HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: WE'RE JUST REALLY HOPING THAT IT ALL COMES OUT IN THE WASH AND WE'RE KEEPING OUR FAITH THAT THE MONEY'S GOING TO BE THERE. ALL WE CAN DO NOW IS THAT THE COMMUNITY RALLY BEHIND US AND HELP SUPPORT THE OTHER AGENCIES THAT HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY IT, BECAUSE WITHOUT THE COMMUNITY SUPPORT, WE COULD EVENTUALLY END UP SHUTTING OUR DOORS.))
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A search warrant affidavit filed by the F-B-I in federal court names N-R-C's former general manager, Rick Poff, as a suspect in the money's theft.
Poff has NOT been charged and declined to comment.
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[BOTH MICS HOT]
Some say voter results on one Virginia ballot question should be null and void - because the ballot question doesn't match the amendment. The story ahead.
[ANCHOR=Leo]


Plus... the devil goes soul-searching on Big Screen:
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[vo-nat] Was Anna Wentworth "Bedazzled" by the latest comic offering by Brendan Fraser and Elizabeth Hurley? She'll tell us in today's Movie Review. But first if you are traveling today........ [Leo ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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[Leo MIC hot] [ No 2-shot toss go straight to Travel Bump] [soft music under]







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Handmade pottery from all over Virginia is featured in Roanoke this weekend for a special show and sale.
From bowls to fountains and figurines... the Virginia Western Campus will feature twenty artists' works for you to view or purchase.
Jacey Birch begins keeping an eye on the arts for us on weekend mornings here at News 7. This weekend - she spends some time with one of the artists to find out more about the Blue Ridge Potters and their craft.
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Critics of one amendment on Virginia's ballot next month say voters won't know what they're voting on. The actual amendment says "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 yesterday, 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 AMENDMENT. 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.))
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((BILL HURD/ASST. 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.))
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Richmond Circuit Court Judge Melvin Hughes agreed the question was vague.
Opponents of the ballot issue are asking that the election results be kept secret.
Judge Hughes says he will issue a ruling on that request by the middle of next week.

[Profile-Promo]


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From slinging drinks to raising spirits --
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Mark Hurley closed his popular Roanoke restaurant and bar last May and now leads at-risk kids in a church after-school program.
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((I THINK A LOT OF THEM DO GET ATTACHED TO US. AND YOU CAN SEE IT. A LOT OF THEM WON'T ADMIT IT AND IT'S THIS AGE GROUP. IT'S REALLY NEAT. THEY DO CONFIDE IN US. THEY'LL TELL US HOW THEIR DAY WAS -- IF THEY GOT IN TROUBLE, THEY'LL TELL US. THEY'RE VERY HONEST WITH US. butt butt butt JAMES PERKINS/12 YEARS OLD: HE RUNS IT GOOD. HE DO AN AWESOME JOB. HE TREATS EVERYONE THE SAME, NO FAVORITES. ONE THING I LIKE ABOUT MARK, HE'S GOOD TO PEOPLE.))
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Mark Hurley helps these kids beam with pride in a recording studio -- and doles out discipline.
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[TAKE PROFILE FS] That's the subject of this week's Virginia Profile - which you can catch tomorrow on News7 Sunday Morning.
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[2BIRTHDAYS!] 10/22/00
Sunday:

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[SUPER=130-11/Autumn Quinn/Rocky Mount]



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[SUPER=130-1/Brittany Reed/Christiansburg]



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[SUPER=131-42/Terry Board/Roanoke]


[SUPER=131-56/David Stump/Bassett]