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A high speed police chase in Roanoke leaves one man dead - another fighting for his life.
The story ahead on News 7 at 5...
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


And a News 7 Mason Dixon poll shows one Senate candidate widening a lead.
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It was very mild today but as the west wind blows tomorrow, temperatures will climb even higher. Details ahead.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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And coming up on Health Check - keep eating fruits and veggies...
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but a new study says they may NOT have as many benefits as you might think.
Details ahead.
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[Butt to 15:02:34 ] ((THERE'S A BETTER WAY TO HAVE A PRESIDENT WHO WILL REACH ACROSS PARTISAN DIVIDES AND UNITE THIS NATION.)) [BUITT TO 15:00:49] ((GORE: WE ARE ONE NATION... ONE PEOPLE UNITED.)) [butt to 15;02:12] ((BUSH: OUR PRIORITY IS OUR FAITH..OUR PRIORITY IS OUR FAMILY. ))
[BUTT TO 15:01:15] ((GORE: FIVE DAYS FROM NOW, I NEED YOUR HELP. I NEED YOUR VOTE.))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Just Five days and counting- in what is one of the closest Presidential elections.
Both Al Gore and George W Bush are campaigning around the clock-
[Graphic = George W Bush]


Bush took his campaign to the Midwest- hammering away at Gore's ideas for health care and taxes.
We begin with Lee Cowan with the Bush camp.
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[super=201-Lee Cowan/Reporting]
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(((LOCATOR: ST. CHARLES, MO)

George W. Bush's RUN for the White House, turned into a SPRINT today -- visiting three cities in three states -- where his confidence is brimming, and so is his rhetoric.

(SOT/GEORGE W. BUSH, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE)

"You know what I think is gonna happen on November 7th? I think the great state of Missouri is gonna be Bush-Cheney country!" (applause)

In the closing days of the campaign -- the Texas Governor's attacks on the Vice President have gotten more pointed.
He's derided Gore's tax cut plan as "full of fine print" -- lambasted his Social Security plan as a "threat to the nation's prosperity", and ridiculed his tax cut proposal as an "old and tired approach."
Today, he took aim at his Medicare plan.

(SOT/GEORGE W. BUSH, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE)

"He says he's for a step by step plan -- nationalized health care."

The Gore camp isn't taking it lying down -- and released an attack ad of its own -- questioning Bush's competence and experience to be President.

(NAT/SOT GORE AD)

"Is he ready to lead America?"

(LOCATOR: HOUSTON, TX)



(NAT/SOT ELDER BUSHES VOTING)



(NARR:)


In Houston -- while taking advantage of an early chance to vote -- Former President George Bush and his wife bristled at the suggestion.

(SOT/BARBARA BUSH, FORMER FIRST LADY)

"When they lie about how smart he is, it makes me ballistic. He's a very bright man."

(COWAN STANDUP CLOSE)))




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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=chr]
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Al Gore stumped in TWO battleground states today - trying to beat back the marginal lead George W- Bush has held in most national polls.
Teri Okita is with the Vice President.
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((A REVVED- UP AL GORE JOINED SINGER STEVIE WONDER -- AND OTHER BIG-NAME SUPPORTERS -- FOR A HUGE RALLY IN DOWNTOWN CHICAGO.

QUICK SOT: VICE PRESIDENT GORE

"ARE YOU WITH ME?"
GORE CONTINUED HIS THEME OF PROSPERITY -- RATTLING OFF A LIST OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS HE SAYS WERE ACHIEVED BY THE CURRENT ADMINISTRATION. AND HE STEPPED UP HIS ATTACK ON GEORGE W. BUSH BOTH IN COMMERCIALS

NAT SOT COMMERCIALS (NOT READY TO LEAD AMERICA)


AND IN HIS STUMP SPEECHES...

SOT: GORE



STANDUP; WITH 22 ELECTORAL VOTES, ILLINOIS IS LEANING DEMOCRATIC BUT AGAIN IT'S A VERY TIGHT RACE HERE. GORE BROUGHT MUCH THE SAME MESSAGE TO VOTERS IN PENNSYLVANIA EARLIER -- ANOTHER TOSS UP STATE WITH BIG IMPLICATIONS.
((NAT)) "YOU WILL DECIDE AND I NEED YOUR HELP"
TRYING TO APPEAL TO PENNSYLVANIA'S MANY SENIORS, GORE PUSHED HIS PLANS FOR SOCIAL SECURITY AND PRESCRIPTION DRUGS AT A GATHERING IN SCRANTON. UNDECIDEDS ARE PLAYING A MAJOR ROLE HERE -- AND IN OTHER KEY BATTLEGROUND STATES.
AND THEY MIGHT KEEP THE CANDIDATES GUESSING RIGHT UP UNTIL NOVEMBER 7TH. GRAPHIC: A NEW CBS POLL SHOWS THAT AMONG UNDECIDED VOTERS NATIONALLY, A WHOPPING THIRTY PERCENT SAY THEY WON'T MAKE UP THEIR MINDS UNTIL ELECTION DAY -- PERHAPS NOT EVEN UNTIL THEY GET IN THE VOTING BOOTH.
NOW PRESIDENT CLINTON IS HELPING GORE GET OUT THE VOTE -- WHILE MAINTAINING HIS DISTANCE FROM THE CAMPAIGN...HE'S URGING MINORITIES WHO SUPPORTED HIM ... TO TURN OUT IN LARGE NUMBERS FOR GORE NEXT TUESDAY. TERI OKITA....CBS NEWS.))


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George Allen is maintaining his lead over Chuck Robb in the latest News-7 Mason-Dixon poll on the Virginia Senate race.
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The Republican challenger has opened a five point lead over the Democratic incumbent.
Seven percent of the people who said they were likely to vote haven't made up their minds yet.
Allen continues to show strength in the western part of the state.
Robb still holds a big lead in northern Virginia and Tidewater
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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George Allen rallied in Southside today.
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[SUPER=03-Martinsville]


The former Governor was joined by Senator John Warner and Bob Dole in Martinsville this afternoon.
Allen talked about providing loans for people who have recently lost their jobs in the area. He also discussed eliminating the marriage penalty tax and improving education.
Tonight at 6 - we'll hear from Allen - as well as Warner and Dole.
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State Democrats are rallying tonight in Richmond.
At six - former governors Doug Wilder and Jerry Baliles will join Chuck Robb. The Get Out the Vote rally is being held at the historic John Marshall Hotel downtown.
It's a rare triple bill for the Democrats.
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((LARRY SABATO/U.VA. POLITICAL ANALYST: IS THIS A CELEBRATION OF A RENEWAL THAT WILL EXTEND DEMOCRATS SIX YEARS INTO THE FUTURE? OR IS IT A GATHERING OF GOVERNORS FOR A STATE FUNERAL? WE WON'T KNOW UNTIL TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7TH.))
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We'll have a live report from that rally on NEWS 7 at SIX.



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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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One man is dead - another is critically injured after a high-speed chase in Roanoke- It happened early this morning- at about two.
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Police say the car was going at least 80 miles an hour on Melrose Avenue when it hit a concrete median, went airborne and totaled a police car traveling in the opposite direction. Officer K.D. Assenat (ASS-en-ay) was treated and released. The driver of the car being chased was dead at the scene, his passenger suffered serious injuries.
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An officer first spotted the car with expired tags near the Wyndam Hotel. When he turned on his lights and siren, the car took off on Hershberger Road.
The driver of the car, 24-year old Richard Vincent Barton of Bedford County, was dead at the scene.
His passenger, Timothy Hundley, of Southeast Roanoke is in very serious condition at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital.

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Tough work at Dulles International Airport where a man has been trapped in a caved-in tunnel for nearly 24 hours.


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Workers are continuing to shore up the tunnel - since it gave way last night. It happened about seven.
The problem is the fear of more cave-ins-
Rescuers tried to reach the man three times, but were turned back by falling dirt.
Crews worked to secure the tunnel and then they will dig by hand to try and reach the man - that's the best way, they say, to prevent more cave-ins.
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As both sides prepare to announce a cease fire in the Mideast - a deadly car bomb rocks an outdoor market in Jerusalem. The latest ahead.
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And the violence in the Mideast ISN'T a world away. Religious leaders gather in Roanoke today to discuss the situation.
Details ahead.
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More violence in the Middle East today-
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A car bomb attack in a busy Jerusalem market killed two Israelis. Tonight the militant group- Islamic Jhihad is taking responsibility.
Further in the west bank clasehs killed two Palestinians and injured at least eighty more.
Today's violence may have scrapped plans for the latest in a series of cease fire agreements.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Religious leaders of various faiths are asking people in the Roanoke Valley to pray for peace in the Middle East.
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Local Christian and Jewish leaders say by uniting against the violence in Israel -- they prove that people of different faiths can join in a peaceful mission.
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[SOT 16:10:24]
[IN Q=We have been distressed]

((KATHY COHEN/RABBI: WE HAVE BEEN DISTRESSED BY ATTACKS ON SHRINES AND PLACES OF WORSHIP IN THE PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES AND ISRAEL, BEGINNING WITH JOSEPH'S TOMB, AND INCLUDING AMONG OTHERS ATTACKS ON MOSQUES IN TIBERIAS AND JAFFA, A CATHOLIC CHURCH IN BEIT HANINA AND A SYNAGOGUE IN JERICHO. AS CHILDREN OF THE ONE GOD, WITH A COMMON LOVE FOR THE HOLY LAND, OUR RESPECT FOR THE HOLY SITES DEMONSTRATES OUR REVERENCE FOR GOD AMONG US.))
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They say their congregations are concerned about the Middle East situation -- and they urge people to believe peace between Israelis and Palestinians IS possible.
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A suspicious fire consumed two condemned homes in Lynchburg this morning.
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A passerby spotted the blaze at these houses on Winston Ridge Road around 10:45.
Crews arrived to find both homes engulfed in flames.
It took them about fifteen minutes to bring the fire under control.
Investigators say the fire may have been started by a vagrant living in one of the empty homes.
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Roanoke's Housing authority is bringing new life to old houses.
Just months ago....
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

residents of Lincoln Terrace were peering at rundown buildings... But today, they saw the future of their neighborhood.

The Lincoln 2000 project was designed to help public housing residents move toward self-sufficiency.
A 15 million dollar federal grant is helping the project along.
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((DARLENE BURCHAM/ROANOKE CITY MANAGER: IT REALLY IS VERY SPECIAL THAT THE CITY OF ROANOKE WAS ABLE TO RECEIVE A HOPE SIX AWARD. AND TO SEE THIS KIND OF A PRODUCT COMING OUT OF IT IS JUST GREAT.))
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[OUT Q=is just great.]
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One hundred fifty five units will be renovated, and 60 will be newly constructed.
The project is expected to be complete by July 2003.
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[tC:03:33:17]
[IN Q=Oh this is]

((I RAISED ALL MY FIVE CHILDREN OVER HERE AND EVERYTHING, AND I JUST HAVE ENJOYED IT. IT'S A BEAUTIFUL NEIGHBORHOOD.))


[SUPER=01-Mary Crump/Lincoln Terrace Resident]
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[OUT Q=a beautiful neighborhood.]
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Residents of the renovated houses must agree to educational training.
Officials say their goal is to eliminate the social isolation of the Lincoln Terrace Community.
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The Honky Tonk Angels take over Mill Mountain Theater.
Jacey Birch has a preview...
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A new play is two-stepping its way into Roanoke.
Mill Mountain Theater's latest production sings a tribute to some legendary women of country music.
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Jacey Birch is at Center in the Square taking a look at the famous country play that ends this weekend.
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The Cave Spring High School football returns to the field - after learning the penalty for using an ineligible player in several games this season.
Mike Stevens has details just ahead - in sports.
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And in health check - we've always been told to eat our vegetables, but have their health benefits been exaggerated? The story - just ahead.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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For years studies have shown that eating fruits and vegetables can help reduce the risk of some types of cancer.
But a new study shows they might not do as much as we thought.
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Harvard Researchers say their study shows eating fruits and vegetables has no effect when it comes to preventing colon and rectal cancer.
Extension Agent Donna Proctor says people need to keep in mind- that this is just one study.
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[SOT21:08:51]
[IN Q=The general consumer]

((DONNA PROCTOR: THE GENERAL CONSUMER CAN REALLY BE CONFUSED WHEN ONE STUDY COMES OUT AND SAYS ONE THING AND ANOTHER COMES OUT AS SAYS ANOTHER THINGS. WE GENERALLY REMIND THEM THEY'RE NOT JUST EATING JUST TO PREVENT ONE OR TWO DISEASE BUT EATING TO BE A HEALTHY PERSON, THEY'RE EATING FOR OVERALL WELLNESS))
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Proctor says OTHER research has shown that fruits and vegetables DO make a difference.
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((DONNA PROCTOR: IT DID SUPPORT ENHANCED PREVENTION OF COLON RECTAL CANCER FOR ONE AND OTHER DIGESTIVE CANCERS AS WELL AS HEART DISEASE OBVIOUSLY))
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[VO-NAT]


In fact, Proctor says several studies have shown that if you eat at least five servings of fruits and vegetables a day- you significantly decrease your risk of getting digestive and respiratory cancers as compared to people who only eat two servings or less a day.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Thursday afternoon two minute sports ticker.
[GRAPHIC=CAVE SPRING VHSL]

The Cave Spring high school football team returned to the practice field this afternoon disapointed, but in some ways relieved that the team's fate is no longer in question.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]

The Virginia High School League ruled yesterday that the Knights must forfeit their first 6 wins of the season for using an ineligible player in those contests. Today, the team began dealing with the reality that it will NOT be going to the playoffs.
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[SUPER=01-Ben Foutz/Cave Spring Head Coach; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jacob Lewis/Cave Spring Quarterback; :23]
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[OUT Q=...I think,"]
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We'll have much more on the Cave Spring situation tonight on News 7 at six, including reaction from some of the schools that have received an additional win due to the forfeitures.
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The ODAC coaches got together in Salem today and picked Roanoke College as the preseason number one in the conference.
Roy Stanley has this report.
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[SUPER=03-Farmville; :00]
[SUPER=01-Page Moir/Roanoke Head Coach; :23]
[SUPER=01-Tony Shaver/Hampden-Sydney Head Coach; :36]
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[SUPER=01-Ron Carr/Lynchburg Head Coach; 1:04]
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[OUT Q=.....news 7 sports."]
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((Maroon head coach Page Moir has reason to be excited about the upcoming season. Roanoke College returns three starters, two, Brad Dunleavy and Jason Strickland have already been picked as preseason all americans.
But Hampden-Sydney, who two years ago played for the National Championship, is picked number two.)) ((PAGE MOIR/ROANOKE HEAD COACH:)) ((TONMY SHAVER/HAMPDEN-SYDNEY HEAD COACH:)) ((ROY STANLEY:)) ((RON CARR/LYNCHBURG HEAD COACH:)) ((Bridgewater was picked third in the poll followed by Virginia Wesleyan, Randolph-Macon, Emory & Henry, Washington and Lee, Eastern Mennonite, Guilford and Lynchburg.
Roy Stanley news 7 sports.))
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[TALENT=Mike]
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We'll have more sports coming up at six Jean will be back in a moment.




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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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Our website of the day is a little cheese-y.
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[VO]
But what would you expect from a site known as Cheese Net. Created in 1995, it says its goal is to inform the world about cheese and it's many uses.
If you think American, Swiss and Mozzarella are the only kinds out there, you're in for a valuable lesson.
The site lets you search for your favorite frommage by type or by it's country of origin.
The detailed descriptions tell you how it is made, its texture and even wine suggestions.
Dr. Cheese will even answer your questions as well as provide lessons on the art of cheesemaking.
So if want to know your Cheddar better, check out our website of the day.
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You can find it through a link to our site at WDBJ7.com.
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