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President Bush has already toured New York by helicopter..
Now he at Ground Zero... in the rubble that used to be the World Trade Center.
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While today is a day for prayer and patriotism in the nation...the work goes on to find survivors and find those responsible.
We have two reports beginning with Gretchen Carlson in New York.
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((UNDER TIGHT SECURITY, PRESIDENT BUSH VISITED THE CARNAGE AND DEVASTATION OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER. COMING HE SAYS TO "THANK AND HUG AND CRY" WITH THE ARMY OF RESCUE WORKERS STILL SEARCHING FOR SURVIVORS. RAIN HAS SLOWED... AND AT TIMES HALTED.. RESCUE EFFORTS ON THIS DAY. OFFICIALS ARE WORRIED THAT TOO MUCH WATER COULD MAKE THE FRAGILE BUILDINGS EVEN MORE UNSTABLE. BUT DESPITE THE DANGER AND AN INCREASING AMOUNT OF INJURIES... DETERMINED WORKERS REFUSE TO QUIT. DR. ROBERT HESSLER/BELLEVUE HOSPITAL "WE TRY TO GET THEM TO COME TO THE HOSPITAL AND THEIR MAJOR THING IS - PUT A BANDAGE ON IT AND I'M GOING BACK TO WORK, IF YOU DON'T I'M GOING BACK ANYWAY." EARLIER, RESCUE WORKERS AT GROUND ZERO PAUSED WITH THE REST OF THE NATION AT LUNCHTIME... A MOMENT OF SILENCE FOR THE DEAD AND ALMOST 5000 PEOPLE STILL MISSING. GIULIANI: "THERE IS STILL STRONG HOPE THAT WE WILL BE ABLE TO RECOVER PEOPLE, FIND PEOPLE AND SAVE THEM." BUT AT CENTERS IN MANHATTAN .. MORE AND MORE FAMILIES ARE POSTING PICTURES OF MISSING RELATIVES.. THEY ARE CALLING IT..
A WALL OF PRAYERS. ))

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We are learning more about the damage to the nation's capitol as the hunt for the conspirators behind the worst terrorist attack in our history continues. Teri Okita reports.
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((TERI OKITA/CBS NEWS: We are learning more about the damage to the nation's capitol as the hunt for the conspirators behind the worst terrorist attack in our history continues. THIS IS THE FIRST, UP-CLOSE LOOK AT THE DAMAGE TO THE PENTAGON DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT WELL OVER 100 MILLION DOLLARS. AND NOW WERE LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE TERRORISTS WHO DID THIS. THE FBI HAS RELEASED THE NAMES OF THE 19 MEN WHO BROUGHT DOWN FOUR PLANES, AND SAY THEY ARE WORKING NON-STOP TO FIND OTHERS WHO INVOLVED IN THE ATTACKS. Robert Mueller/FBI Director: Weve done hundreds of interviews around the country, weve served 30 search warrants at various places, hundreds of subpoenas have been issued. THE PRESIDENT HAS PROMISED TO AVENGE THE ATTACKS. TODAY HE AUTHORIZED THE CALL UP OF 50-THOUSAND MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVES FOR WHAT IS CALLED HOMELAND DUTY. THE SENATE HAS AUTHORIZED THE USE OF FORCE IN ANY MILITARY RESPONSE AND BOTH HOUSES HAVE APPROVED 40 BILLION DOLLARS IN EMERGENCY SPENDING. BEFORE HIS VISIT TO NEW YORK, THE PRESIDENT LED MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND MOURNERS OF ALL FAITHS IN A DAY OF PRAYER AT THE NATIONAL CATHEDRAL. Bush: War has been waged against us by stealth and deceit and murder. This nation is peaceful, but fierce when stirred to anger. NOTICEBLY ABSENT FROM THE CATHEDRAL..VICE PRESIDENT DICK CHENEY. A SIGN OF THE TIGHT SECURITY MEASURES BEING TAKEN BY THIS ADMINISTRATION. OVERNIGHT, RESCUE CREWS FOUND BOTH BLACK BOXES WITHIN THE RUBBLE HERE AT THE PENTAGON. BUT INITIAL TESTS SHOW THAT THE COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER IS DAMAGED.))





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As the clean-up continues, emotional healing begins.
Thousands flocked to area churches for this Day of Remembrance.
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News 7's Jennifer Miele is here now with a recap of several prayer services in Southwest Virginia, Jen.
Jean, the message at most of the services today was that of solidarity...
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our attackers had every intention of tearing us apart, but we ARE sticking together.
Take a look, and a listen. ((ROLLCUE:...))
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A message of hope at Roanoke's First Baptist church brought tears to the eyes of many.
Friends and family, mother and child, clinging together looking for some answers.
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Perhaps it is that very image that brought them together at the Poff Building downtown.
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If they didn't find answers at the First Presbyterian church, they at least found comfort in song and prayer.
And patriotism wasn't hard to spot in Radford, even in small congregations.
It was a test, they say, and it was a test that America will pass.))
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One pastor I spoke with today told me that if there was anything positive to come out of Tuesday's tragedy it is a sudden resurgence of faith.
He said more people came to church this week than every before.
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Jean.

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Roanoke native Donald Young is one of those still listed as missing at the Pentagon. He was remembered today as a dedicated student athlete.
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A 1978 graduate of William Fleming High school, Young was a member of the football, wrestling and track teams.
Today, Hall Principal George Miller spoke of a snowy day more than 20 years ago, when he rounded up members of the wrestling team for practice.
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((AND WHEN WE GOT UP TO THE SCHOOL, DONALD WAS THE FIRST PERSON THAT I SAW, BECAUSE HE HAD BOTHERED TO PUT HIS GEAR ON AND HE HAD RUN ALL THE WAY TO THE SCHOOL. AND WHEN THE PRACTICE WAS OVER, I TOLD HIM I WOULD GIVE HIM A RIDE HOME, AND HE TOLD ME THAT HE NEEDED TO LOSE WEIGHT, SO HE PUT HIS GEAR BACK ON AND HE RAN BACK HOME. SO THAT'S THE TYPE OF DEDICATION HE DISPLAYED DURING THE TIME THAT HE WAS HERE.))
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Miller says he will also remember Donald Young as a a good student, who always put others first.
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Still to come on the newscast, we will hear from Senators George Allen and John Warner as they comment on this week's events. [Closed captioning]

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A ten-year old boy faces charges of disruptng school, and possession of a gun on school property.
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Students at Lincoln Terrace Elementary said a fifth grade boy showed them a gun in the school's cafeteria. Students alerted teachers shortly after nine this morning, and police say the boy fled the school grounds.
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((MARY HACKLEY/ROANOKE CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS; THEY'VE SEARCHED, WE'VE HAD A LOCKDOWN IN T HE BUILDING TO MAKE SURE WE DID NOT HAVE THAT OCCURRING, WE FOUND THAT OUR CAMPUS IS SAFE, EVERYTHING IS IN ORDER, AND WE'RE HAPPY ABOUT THAT.))
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The fifth-grader was apprehended at a Subway Restaurant on Williamson Road, but police say the boy did NOT have a weapon on him. Even though Lincoln Terrace Elementary remained open, many parents decided to take their children home after the scare.
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((JAMICE RUDD/MOTHER OF KINDERGARTEN STUDENT; I THINK IT'S A GOOD DAY FOR US TO STAY HOME ANYWAY AND KIND OF REMINISCE AND THINK ABOUT OUR COUNTRY AND HOW MUCH WE APPRECIATE IT.))
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Police say the gun has not been recovered. Meanwhile, the boy's mother faces charges of assault on a police officer. The boy has been released into the custody of his father.
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WDBJ-7 is working with the Red Cross to help send money and moral support to those hit by this week's terrorist attacks. We've set up books of support and condolences that will be sent to New York and Northern Virginia.
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You can come by our lobby anytime between six a.m. and midnight to sign the books and drop off a contribution to the Red Cross disaster relief effort.
We've just opened our lobby for you to come by our studios at 2001 Colonial Avenue, which is next to Towers Mall in Roanoke. We'll be here until midnight tonight, and we'll resume operation at 6 a.m. tomorrow.
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Coming up after this break,
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[VO] we will have an update as the Valley continues to respond to a fund raiser sparked by a young boy's generous gift.
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A young boy's donation has sparked a frenzy of giving over the past two days.
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Today, Red Cross volunteers welcomed 7-year-old Dylan Coleman, whose 50 dollar donation through a Star Country radio contest has turned into more than 70-THOUSAND dollars. After Dylan's donation yesterday morning, HUNDREDS of people began calling in and giving to "the Dylan Fund."
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((MICHAEL COLEMAN/DYLAN'S FATHER; I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE WHO HAS CALLED IN AND CONTRIBUTED. HIS 50 DOLLARS STARTED IT, IT'S OVERWHELMING, THE COMPANIES THAT KEEP CALLING IN.))
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Members of the Red Cross gave Dylan a tour of the facilities and told him just where the money he raised will go. For raising the 70-grand, Dylan received 8 tickets and a limousine ride to tonight's Kenny Chesney concert in Greensboro.
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