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Today on news 7, authorities look for clues after a Campbell County store owner is murdered.
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Also a controversial add is causing an uproar in the Presidential Race. [Weather-Head]
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Today in Sports, the Hokies will be without a top player for tomorrows game against Pitt.
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and on Health Check, we'll meet some people who are learning what it is like to live with disabilities.
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A controversial ad mimics one from the 1960's- It accuses Al Gore of giving away nuclear technology to China in exchange for campaign contributions.

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The Bush campaign did not put out the ad- but even so the Gore camp is calling it a desperate tactic.
Ad or not- both candidates are pounding the "campaign pavement" hard again today-
We begin with the Bush camp in Michigan.
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(( WIth its 18 electoral votes still up for grabs, the Bush camp returned to Michigan, hoping ANOTHER visit would take ANOTHER set of voters away from Al Gore.
GEORGE W. BUSH, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: The repeated visits to Michigan are a sign of the times.
The number of states considered "toss-ups" in this election is GROWING instead of SHRINKING -- now, more than a dozen states are considered battle grounds -- at a time when historically, it's usually down to a handful.
With so many states in play -- the candidates campaign schedules are in tatters -- and it's forced them to spend millions of dollars on TV advertising in more states than expected.
The Bush camp is now EXPANDING it's ad buying in California -- once thought a Democratic stronghold -- all because polls show the Texas Governor is only a few points behind.
But a MYSTERY ad released today by an unknown sponsor, has the Gore camp hopping mad -- and the Bush camp on the defensive.
The commercial charges the Clinton/Gore administration gave away nuclear secrets to China which it warns now has the ability to threaten the United States with atomic weapons.
It ends with the countdown to a nuclear blast and pleads with viewers to vote Republican.
It's a recreation of a famous but disturbing ad used by Lyndon Johnson against Barry Goldwater in 1964. "THAT ad was so controversial, it only ran once before it was pulled off the air. The Bush camp says it wants THIS ad off the air as well, and says it still doesn't know who's responsible. The Gore camp has its doubts. Lee Cowan, CBS News, South Bend, Indiana."))

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With the race neck and neck, tactics on both sides are getting tougher. Teri Okita has more from the Gore Camp-

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TRACK: GORE CLAIMS HIS PLAN WOULD PAY OFF THE NATIONAL DEBT BY 2012,WHITTLE DOWN GOVERNMENT, AND OFFER NINE-BILLION DOLLARS OF TAX CREDITS FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TO PRIVATE COMPANIES.

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TRACK: BUT THE LAUGHS STOP THERE AS THE ATTACK ADS START ROLLING. A NEW GORE AD SHARPLY CRITICIZING GEORGE BUSHS PLAN ON SOCIAL SECURITY ... BUT THE GORE CAMPAIGN IS ON THE DEFENSIVE, AS WELL.

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AND THERES MORE: THE REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP COUNCIL IS SPENDING 100-THOUSAND DOLLARS ON ADS FEATURING GREEN PARTY CANDIDATE, RALPH NADER...IN A SPEECH HE MADE ATTACKING GORE. THE ADDS WILL AIR IN AREAS WHER NADER IS POLLING WELL.

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STANDUP: ( AND IN SUCH A CLOSE RACE, THE GORE AND BUSH CAMPAIGNS WILL TAKE ANY EDGE THEY CAN TO WIN THIS ELECTION. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, PITTSBURGH.)
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The latest News 7 Mason Dixon poll shows state voters still want Republican George Bush to win the presidential race.
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The poll says the Texas Governor has the support of 48-percent of state voters, while 41-percent back the vice president. 47-percent of Roanoke area voters want Bush compared to 40 percent for Gore. Lynchburg and Southside voters want Bush by a 52 to 35 percent margin.
Only the Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads areas favored Gore. And the gender and racial gaps remain. 53-percent of men back Bush compared to 36 percent for Gore.
On the other hand, it's a tighter race among women. 45-percent favor the Democrat while 43 percent say they will vote Republican.
57-percent of white voters support Bush. 32 percent of that group support Gore.
Along racial lines, 85 percent of black voters want Al Gore to win. Republicans are taking just a small part of that group. Just four percent of African Americans polled said they would vote for George W. Bush.
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The search is on for suspects in the murder of a Campbell County storekeeper last night.
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75-year old Melvin Giles was shot to death inside his convenience store on Route 460 east of Lynchburg around 9 p-m.
Authorities say Giles routinely cashed payroll checks from the nearby Lynchburg Foundry on Thursday nights.. and robbery apparently was the motive.
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((ROBERT MAXEY/CAMPBELL CO. SHERIFF: IT APPEARS THAT IT WAS ROBBERY OR ATTEMPTED ROBBERY AND THE PERSON WENT IN AND AT SOME POINT DURING THE WHOLE INCIDENT, FIRED AT LEAST ONE SHOT, HITTING MR. GILES IN THE CHEST.))
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Giles' wife, Ann, was in the back of the store when the shooting occurred.
She caught a glimpse of someone running out the door but was unable to give police much of a description.
Anyone with information about the crime is asked to call the Campbell County sheriff's office.
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Still to come on the newscast, a local agency that serves people with mental retardation or drug abuse problems is having a financial crisis.
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and a judge decides if the votes on a constitutional amendment on hunting rights will count.
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A Richmond judge says a ballot question on hunting rights in Virginia will be counted.
Animal rights activists say the proposed constitutional amendment that guarantees Virginians the right to hunt, fish and trap game was too vague.
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But today circuit court judge Melvin Hughes denied the request to supress the votes.
He ruled the complaint by the Fund for Animals and the Humane Society of America was without merit.
It claimed the ballot question isn't clear and could take away the right of smaller communities to regulate fire arms.
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A New River Valley agency that oversees mental health, retardation and drug abuse programs says its running out of money.
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New River Valley Community Services is running a 400-thousand dollar deficit.
The agency runs two homes for the mentally retarded and five outpatient clinics. It serves about 4-thousand people.
Board members say more than half the budget shortfall was caused by expected payments that were denied by Medicaid.
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All 300 employees of New River Community Services are being told to take a mandatory two-week unpaid leave to help make up for the shortfall.
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The sister of the late President John F. Kennedy is hospitalized-
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Eunice Kennedy Shriver is in critical condition with what is described as a post-operative infection.
The 79 year old had a benign pancreatic tumor removed October 12th at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
She was discharged last Saturday- but readmitted on Monday after complaining of pain.
Shriver is the woman wearing a gold dress with a red ribbon.
Shriver is the mother of five children including NBC Reporter, Maria Shriver.
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The Transportation Museum in Roanoke is getting ready for a haunting. Jacey Birch is out trying to scare up a good story. She will join us a little later.

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Today in Sports, Virginia Tech will be without one of its best players for tomorrow's game. We'll have the details,


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One out every five Americans has a some kind of disability.
It's a minority group that any of us can become a part of at any time.
Today, some people in Wytheville learned first hand what it's like to "Take on a Challenge"
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Health check reporter Joy Sutton explains
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Jean, today, 11 people spent part of their day living with a disability.
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October is Disability Employment Awareness Month.
And organizers say the event was an attempt increase the awareness of the obstacles that people with disabilities face everyday.
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Kegley is the executive director for Mountain Shelter Incorporated -- a non profit housing agency that works with people with low income and special needs.
Since one of the units Kegley is working on is handicap accessible - he came out to the site to test it out.
Getting from the street to the apartment was the only challenge --something Kegley says will be fixed.
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Stephanie Nichols agreed to give up her right arm.
The newspaper executive says it was a real challenge.
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This is the first year for the event -- and the Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services hopes it can do it again next year.
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The event was a joint effort by several organization.
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The Food and Drug Administration is banning two antibiotics widely use by poultry farmers.
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The F-D-A is concerned that humans could be infected with germs that resist treatment. Officials warn that resistance to antibiotics is threatening to render penicillin and other infection-fighting drugs ineffective.
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Richard Lobb of the National Chicken Council says the antibiotics are used only to treat very serious poultry diseases.
He says the diseases can kill 60 percent or more of a flock.

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It's time now for our website of the day.
This evening we're featuring someone who wants your vote. But for a change, he's not a politician.
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Actor and Bedford native Chris Ashworth wants your vote to help him land a role on Baywatch.
The show is holding an online contest to find two people to appear on Baywatch Hawaii.
It's a Survivor style format, so a contestant gets voted off every few days.
Ashworth has appeared in several films including "The Replacements." He also worked on "The Blair Witch 2" which opens today.
He has already survived the cut for the local race for Baywatch. He moves along with the other male and female winners to the regional competition. Voting begins November 2- that's next Thursday, so if you want to help give some aspiring actors and actresses a big break, head to our website of the day.
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Good afternoon everybody. The Friday ticker is counting down to kickoff tomorrow afternoon for the Virginia Tech Hokies.
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The dangerous Pittsburgh Panthers will be trying to create havoc tomorrow when they bring their high powered offense into Lane Stadium.
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Last week against Boston College the Panthers rolled up 584 yards of offense. Pittsburgh rushed for 252 yards and quarterback John Turman threw for 332 more. Plus, Pitt's defense is tops in the Big East giving up only 15 points a game.
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[vo nat con't] The Hokies got some bad news earlier this afternoon. Andre Davis, their top receiver will NOT play tomorrow. He is still suffering from bursitis in his left foot. Six Foot five inch Ernest Wilford will make his first career start at receiver tomorrow, while Ronyell Whitaker will return punts.
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Tonight marks the next to last Friday night of the regular season. Here's what's in store on week ten of Friday Football Extra tonight at 11:35.
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[wipe to pinnacle 13043] And don't forget tomorrow that the Hokies play on WDBJ-7. Catch the sold out Pittsburgh - Virginia Tech game from Lane Stadium beginning at 3, with the kickoff set for 3:30.
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[wipe to pinnacle 13041] And for you NFL fans on Sunday, we have a doubleheader with the Steelers and Ravens at one and the Jags and Cowboys at 4:15.
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If football does not quench your violent thirst then be sure to check out ultimate fighting tomorrow night at 7:30 at the Lynchburg Armory. The featured attraction will be Dan "the Beast" Severn. The 42 year old is a three time ultimate world champion and is currently ranked 6th in the world. He is decorated with both fighting championship belts and pro wrestling belts. Severn is also a professor at Arizona State University.
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Roy Stanley will have more on the beast on News 7 at six. Plus, Steve Mason checks in with a quarterback who has plenty to prove when he steps on the field at VMI tomorrow. Take care folks and have a safe weekend.

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The Halloween weekend is upon us... and if you'd rather avoid the really scary ghosts and goblins in favor of some wholesome family fun... you might want to drop by the haunted railyard.
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Jacey Birch is live at the Virginia Museum of Transportation where the 'haunting' is more enjoyable than spooky.


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We've reported on huge cookies- and world record breaking cakes-
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Tonight it is butchers going for a record- attempting to make the world's biggest sausage.
The goal- a 35 mile long sausage.
The team at Hazelwood Foods in England started work today. By the afternoon they were already more than 2 miles into their mammoth task.
So how long will it take to make this 35 mile long sausage? Butchers estimate it'll take about two days to fill the sasuage using 15 and half tons of meat and over 5-thousand extra strong skins.
The meat won't go to waste. When the Olde English Pork Sausage is done- it'll be cut and packed and will go on sale in London's supermarkets.
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