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Today on News 7, Singapore Airline officials say a pilot did not endanger lives when he took off yesterday in a typhoon.
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and the government says more than a half BILLION sets of window blinds are potential killers. [Weather-Head]
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More of the same dry weather and temperatures continue to climb as well. Details ahead.

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Today in Medical News, researchers say they have positive news about the treatment of Parkinson's Disease,
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and in Sports, Michael Vick talks for the first time about his chances of playing in Saturday's big game at Miami.
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The weather looked awful when a plane crashed in Singapore- but today Singapore Airlines says the conditions were within safe flying guidelines.

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Good Evening.
23 Americans are among the dead- killed when the jet apparently hit something on the runway, and burst into flames.
As victims relatives head toward Taiwan- the invetsigation into WHY the plane crashed is underway.
Terisa Estacio reports tonight from Los Angeles where the plane was heading.
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((INVESTIGATORS SEARCHING FOR THE CAUSE OF THE SINGAPORE AIRLINES CRASH WILL LIKELY FOCUS ON TWO FACTORS. WEATHER CONDITIONS AND THE POSSIBILITY THE PLANE HIT SOMETHING BEFORE BURSTING INTO FLAMES ON THE RUNWAY.
TEE HOOI TEOH/SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, SINGAPORE AIRLINES We refuse to speculate.
WITH A TYPHOON APPROACHING.... GUSTING WINDS AND DRIVING RAINS WERE POUNDING THE AIRPORT WHILE THE JUMBO JET WAS ATTEMPTING TO TAKE OFF. BUT AIRLINE OFFICIALS ARE DEFENDING THE PILOT'S DECISION TO FLY. JAMES BOYD/SINGAPORE AIRLINES SPOKESPERSON INCREDIBLY, MORE THAN HALF OF THE 179 PEOPLE ON BOARD THE JET SURVIVED THE CRASH AND BLAZE THAT ENGULFED THE PLANE. MANY OF THE INJURED SUFFERED BURNS FROM THE FIRE AND ARE BEING TREATED IN LOCAL HOSPTIALS. SINGAPORE AIRLINES HAS PROMISED ALL THE FAMILIES OF VICTIMS 25 THOUSAND DOLLARS IN IMMEDIATE COMPENSATION.))

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Michael Vick met the media this afternoon in Blacksburg for about 15 minutes, and Mike Stevens is here to tell us
[TOSS TO MIKE STEVENS ON SET] that the news he delivered was not what Tech fans were hoping to hear. [GO TO MIKE BOX SHOT]
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Jean, the trademark smile that Michael Vick usually flashes was for the most part a no-show this afternoon. Michael says his injured right ankle is only about 65 percent healthy.
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He missed practicing for the second straight day, and it looks more and more like he will have to miss Saturday's game in Miami.
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[VO NAT CON'T] Vick's condition is forcing the coaches to practice E.C. Glass star Andre Kendrick at quarterback this week. More on that situation tonight on News 7 at six.
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In one other sports item that has been on the minds of many folks in the high school football ranks the past couple weeks - the Cave Spring football team WILL have to forfeit 6 of its wins from this season.
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The Virginia High School League's appeals committee met today in Charlottesville
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and ruled that a player who took part in six of the Knights' wins this season was not academically eligible to play. Cave Spring argued that the young person in question did technically meet eligibility guidelines, but the four committee members who heard the Knights' case ruled otherwise.
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Jean, this decision affects a number of school's besides Cave Spring. We'll have more details on this story as well tonight on News 7 at Six.

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A Democrat in Florida- and a Repubican in Minnesota- It's not typical just six days before election day- but it's

happening.
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In this nearly dead heat race- anything's possible.
Today Al Gore took his message to republican territory- Florida.
Gore played to retirees- saying Bush's retirement plan would lead to social IN-security.
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((AL GORE/D- PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: I BELIEVE WE HAVE TO STRENGTHEN SOCIAL SECURITY WHILE GIVING FAMLIES UNPRECENTED NEW OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST MORE AND GET HIGH RETURNS. I THINK WE CAN DO BOTH OF THOSE RESPONSIBLY.))
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Florida is a key battleground state- Bush will there campaigning later this week.
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Today though, Bush was in a land seldom visited by Republican presidential candidates- Minnesota.
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Bush is there, because it's a state he has a chance of winning.
Bush says his plan will save social security- while giving Americans a tax break.
He painted the Vice President as a big spender and a promoter of big government.
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((HIS PLAN.. SPENDING WITHOUT DISCIPLINE.. SPENDING WITHOUT PRIORITIES..SPENDING WITHOUT END.))
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A new CBS Poll now shows Bush's overall lead increasing.
There are now 24 states leaning toward Bush for a total of 209 electoral votes- They are mostly small states, while the Vice President has a grip on many larger states.
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Two local men plead guilty to charges they sold computer cards that allowed customers to receive satellite programming illegally. We'll have the details.
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And in one of the largest recalls ever, the government says 500 MILLION sets of window blinds are not safe.
We'll tell you why after this break.
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Robbers target a Pittsylvania County bank today.
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Now, authorities are searching for two black men.
They say the men entered the American National Bank and Trust in Chatham just after two this afternoon.
Authorities immediately combed the area and are still at the bank.
No word on how much cash the men got.
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Even more people could be charged in the Danville area as a result of an illegal money scheme.
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52-people were indicted on Monday by a Danville grand jury for their alleged participation in what's called a pyramid scheme.
But one official says even more people could be arrested in Pittsylvania County which is continuing its own investigation.
Participants would hand over two thousand dollars- and expected to get rich by convincing more people to invest their money.
Three Danville police officers were among those charged with a misdemeanor.
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((NEAL MORRIS/DANVILLE POLICE CHIEF: I DON'T ANTICIPATE THEM LOSING THEIR JOBS, WE'LL LOOK AT THE SITUATION AND THEN WE'LL DO SOME APPROPRIATE DISCIPLINARY ACTION, HOWEVER, IT BEING A PERSONNEL ACTION, WE WON'T DISCUSS WHAT THAT WILL BE. ))
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Rumours had circulated that Morris was involved in the scheme but Morris was CLEARED by all the investigating departments.

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Two men from Stuart pled guilty today in federal court to stealing nearly 200-thousand dollars worth of satellite programming.
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Danny Dehart has been in the video business since the mid-80's.
The F-B-I calls him "a significant dealer" in interception of satellite- encrypted programming.
He and Wallace Payne specialized in computer cards that enabled their customers to watch DirecTV without a monthly fee.
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((BUT THEY HAVE THIS SPECIALIZED COMPUTER EQUIPMENT THAT CAN PROGRAM THESE CARDS, SO THEY CAN RECEIVE THE SATELLITE PROGRAMMING WITHOUT PAYING DIRECTV.))
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The two men have been cooperating with federal authorities and with DirecTV, so it's unlikely that they will go to prison... their sentence hasn't been determined yet.
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After three years of evaluation, the Virginia Department of Transportation is done with its environmental impact study of Interstate 73.
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V-DOT briefed reporters this morning about the four proposed routes for the new interstate and their variations. Officials say there is also a chance I-73 won't be built at all.
The plan estimated factors such as the number of houses and businesses that would have to be relocated, the number of acres of farmland that would be destroyed, and the cost of each option.
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((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT: THIS STUDY IS FULL UNCOVERING OF EVERYTHING WE KNOW ABOUT THE OPTIONS FOR I-73. EVERYTHING WE KNOW FROM NOT BUILDING I-73, TO POSSIBLY BUILDING A NEW INTERSTATE.))
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If V-DOT decides to build I-73, the new interstate will run from Michigan to South Carolina through Virginia. The federal government will pay for 90 percent of construction. [PRE-PRO]
If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the study, call 1 -888-I73-Plan. Hard copies are sixty one dollars, and CD-ROM's are fifteen fifty. They will be available on November tenth.
Before V-DOT makes it final recommendation, four public meetings will be held in December.
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The U-S Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling millions of horizontal window blinds - 500 million in all.
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It says the blinds pose a strangulation threat to children.
The pull cords could tangle around an infants neck.
The C-P-S-C says 16 babies have been killed by the blinds.
Consumers who have window blinds with cords in their homes should
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[TAKE RECALL PINNACLE PAGE FULL] call the Window Covering Safety Council Toll Free at 1-800 506-4636 to receive a free repair kit.
The repair kit will include small plastic attachments to prevent the inner cords from being pulled loose.

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Coming up next, Jacey Birch is putting her best foot forward as she meets the people behind the Riverdance.
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The art of Irish Dancing comes alive this week at the Roanoke Civic Center.
This is a very unique type of dance that involves storytelling... singing and instrumental music.
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Jacey Birch is live at the Roanoke Civic Center to explain more about what is known all over the world as Riverdance.
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Roanoke loses a blood supplier. We will tell you why in today's Health check segment.
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Also researchers say they have made a major discovery in the treatment of Parkinson's Disease.
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Despite a local and nationwide blood shortage, a Roanoke blood center has closed shop.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tell us why
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Jean,
Virginia Blood Services closed its center at Crossroads Mall Monday.
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The non-profit blood center says it decided to leave after Carilion Health System made the decision not to pick-it as its primary blood supplier.
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(( Instead of collecting blood today -- employees are gathering supplies and closing down Virginia Blood Services' only Roanoke Center.
For two years the VBS was a supplemental supplier for Carilion Health System -- but the company decided unless it could be the main supplier it would leave the area.
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Carilion decide to keep the American Red as it's primary supplier.
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((ERIC EARNHART: WE DECIDED TO GO WITH THE ARC AS PRIMARY SUPPLIER FOR SEVERAL REASONS INCLUDING THEIR LONG HISTORY OF SERVICE IN THE REGION AND THEIR ABILITY TO GO INTO OTHER REGIONS IN AN EMERGENCY AND BRING BLOOD TO THIS AREA))
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While VBS' Roanoke office had more than 3-hundred donors a month -- the American Red Cross Appalachian Region has about 6-thousand.
And the American Red Cross say it doesn't believe Virginia Blood Services leaving the area will have a tremendous impact.
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((ERIC EARNHART/CARILION SPOKESPERSON:THE RED CROSS HAS ASSURED THEY US THEY CAN MAKE UP THAT 5 PERCENT THAT VIRGINIA BLOOD SERVICES WAS PROVIDING THEY'VE INCREASED COLLECTION TO DO THAT AND WE'RE CONFIDENT THAT THEY'LL BE ABLE TO PICK-UP THE SLACK ))
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Earnhart says it's not a matter of a lack of suppliers, but a lack of donors that is the main concern. He says only 5 percent of the population currently donate.
Virginia Blood Services says it will respond on informal basis if its services are needed in the area.
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Jean,

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Researchers at Rush Presbyterian Hospital in Chicago think they have found a treatment for Parkinson's Disease.
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People who have Parkinson's lose control of their bodies. The illness is caused by a lack of the chemical dopamine in the brain.
Doctors have used gene therapy to find a way to make the brain cells produce dopamine again.
Researchers used the treatment on Rhesus monkeys with Parkinson's.
Their dopamine levels went up dramatically AND their symptoms disappeared.
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((NOT ONLY WERE WE ABLE TO REBUILD THE BRAIN, WE WERE ABLE TO PREVENT THE SYMPTOMS THAT THESE MONKEYS DISPLAYED....THE SYMPTOMS WERE TOTALLY REVERSED? YES.))
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It will be at least a year before the first people can get the therapy.
Doctors hope the results will be duplicated in humans.
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Today, Steve Mason begins a two part series in Hometown Hoops Weekly that centers around the increasing number of knee injuries high school female basketball players are suffering. Here's part one.
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((STEVE MASON:LAST YEAR, RESEARCHERS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN ORTHOPEDIC SOCIETY FOR SPORTS MEDICINE FOUND THAT SERIOUS KNEE INJURIES AMONG FEMALE ATHLETES IS FOUR TO SIX TIMES HIGHER THAT THAT OF THEIR MALE COUNTERPARTS. IN GIRLS BASKETBALL, IT SEEMS EVERY GAME YOU GO TO, A PLAYER OR SEVERAL PLAYERS ARE WEARING KNEE BRACES AS A RESULT OF KNEE INJURIES. HOMETOWN HOOPS CHECKED INTO THIS STORY. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
Three William Byrd players, three anterior cruciate ligament tears. All three young ladies also have the same orthopedic surgeon, Dr. T.K. Miller who has a few theories as to why female athletes are suffering knee injuries. ((:)) William Byrd trainer Bill Pratt recently took over the Terriers training duties. ((:)) in our second segment of our two part series on female high school basketball players and knee injuries we will take a look at rehabilitation, the psyche of an athlete after surgery, we will also check in with Bassett coach Lisa Black to see what she is doing to prevent ankle injuries among her Lady Bengals and Dr. Miller will give us some preventative me

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Our website of the day will help you get rid of a few leftovers.
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Now that is Halloween is over, it's time to put up the masks, take the ghosts out of the trees, and throw away the jack-o-lanterns. But if you're wondering what to do with the mountain of leftover candy, you need to check out our website of the day. It has recipes that use some of your favorite sweets includes Snicker's cake, Butterfinger Cheesecake, and chewy Chocolate Peanut Butter cookies made with Reese's cups.
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[Take Pinnacle Page Full]
There's nothing to fear at this Halloween page except the calories.
You can find the leftover candy recipe page through a link to our website at WDBJ7-dot-com.
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