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Today on News 7 at 5, the Stock Market drops sharply on its first business day since the attack at the World Trade Center. We'll have a live report.
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Also U-S Airways says it is cutting several thousand jobs. [Weather-Head]
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Also today, does too much stress make you susceptible to colds.
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and a local road is blocked after a tanker truck wrecks and overturns.
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Stocks have finished the day with the worst ever ONE day loss-
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And just moments ago, US-Airways announces it's cutting 11-thousand workers- how that could affect local service or jobs is not yet known.
The news comes as most carriers are cutting their schedules by 20 percent and several have already announced layoffs.
Gretchen Carlson brings us up to date on both the search in New York and the Stock market. She joins us live from New York.
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A SURPRISE HALF POINT INTEREST RATE CUT AND AN EMOTIONAL START TO THE DAY...WEREN'T ENOUGH TO PREVENT A HUGE SELL-OFF ON WALL STREET. ON THE FIRST DAY OF TRADING SINCE LAST TUESDAY'S TERRORIST ATTACK.... THE DOW SUSTAINED HEAVY LOSES...AS DID THE TECHNOLOGY HEAVY NASDAQ. AIRLINE STOCKS WERE PARTICULARLY HARD HIT. BUSH: "THERE'S A CHALLENGE AHEAD OF US, BUT I'M CONFIDENT THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY WILL RISE TO THE CHALLENGE." ON THE STREETS OF LOWER MANHATTAN, THE "CHALLENGE" WAS GETTING TO WORK. POLICE CHECKPOINTS WERE EVERYWHERE. WITH THE AIR STILL HEAVY WITH DUST.. AND MANY PEOPLE WORE MASKS. WHILE A GIANT FLAG HUNG OUTSIDE...INSIDE, THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE... TRADERS PAUSED FOR A TWO MINUTES OF SILENCE BEFORE THE SINGING OF "GOD BLESS AMERICA." "I'M JUST GLAD TO BE BACK." MEANWHILE, JUST A FEW BLOCKS AWAY AT GROUND ZERO, THE SEARCH GOES ON FOR SURVIVORS. ABOUT 5000 PEOPLE ARE STILL MISSING AND NO ONE HAS BEEN FOUND ALIVE SINCE LAST WEDNESDAY. THERE WAS SOME UPBEAT NEWS.... A FIREFIGHTER INJURED LAST TUESDAY IN THE ATTACK...WAS RELEASED FROM THE HOSPITAL. ARMANDO RENO/NYC FIREMAN WHAT'S THE FIRST THING YOU ARE GOING TO DO WHEN YOU GET HOME? "GET A HAMBURGER AND PET THE DOG."

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Despite the record point drop on Wall Street today, local stockbrokers say area investors bought in.
Many pros blame the shakiness in foreign markets for today's decline.
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For more on that, we go to Business Reporter Jen Miele.
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As the hunt for Osama Ben Ladin and those behind the terrorist attacks intensifies..frightening reminders of that day are now being made public. 911 tapes recorded as the pentagon went up in flames. Aleen Sirgany reports.
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(( THESE ARE THE FIRST 911 TAPES.. MADE MOMENTS AFTER FLIGHT 77 INTENTIONALLY CRASHED INTO THE PENTAGON.

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PRESIDENT BUSH IS VOWING TO DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO GET PRIME SUSPECT SUSPECTED OF TUESDAY'S TERRORIST ATTACKS: OSAMA BIN LADEN. HE'S BELIEVE TO BE HIDING IN AFGHANISTAN.

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"I want justice. Theres a poster out west that says wanted dead or alive.)
FEARING A U.S ATTACK, THOUSANDS OF AFGHANS ARE TRYING TO LEAVE THEIR COUNTRY BUT CANT. PAKISTAN AND IRAN HAVE BOTH CLOSED THEIR BORDERS.
AND THE RULING TALIBAN HAS SHUT DOWN AFGHANISTANS AIRSPACE.
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ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT IS ASKING CONGRESS TO PASS NEW-ANTI TERRORISM LAWS THIS WEEK THAT WOULD MAKE IT EASIER FOR AGENTS TO TAP INTO PHONE LINES AND TRACK SUSPICIOUS MOVEMENTS OF MONEY.

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This is a reasonable upgrade in our opportunity to help us curtail and combat the threat.
AFTER MANY THREATS THIS WEEK ON ARAB-AMERICANS, THE PRESIDENT TODAY VISISTED AN ISLAMIC CENTER IN WASHINGTON AND CALLED FOR ALL AMERICANS TO BE TOLERANT.)

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Virginians have been playing a number of roles at the Pentagon for the past week.
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We sent Ellen Qualls to Arlington to track down some who are key players- of course one of them being the Governor.
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At the site of the Pennsylvania crash- today family
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members visited.
The Red Cross took dozens of friends and family members to look at the site where the plane went down.
Families were met with a salute from state police.
The crash in Pennsylvania was the last in a series of attacks in the U-S- It was the only one that did not take lives on the ground.
A memorial service is scheduled for this aftenroon with First Lady Laura Bush among those attending.
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A memorial mass for the Executive producer of the TV show Frasier and his wife.
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Both were on American flight 11 when it crashed into the World Trade Center.
54 year old David Angell was the executive producer of Frasier. He was a Rhode Island native and Providence college graduate.
Vermont's Catholic Bishop is Angell's brother.
The most reverand Kenneth Angell said the mass in Rhode Island to remember his brother and sister in law.
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Still to come on the newscast, we'll see how last week's terrorist attack will change the airline industry,
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[VO] and in other news, we'll have an update as Longwood College tries to recover from a devastating fire earlier this year.
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A Boeing 7-5-7 jetliner had to make an emergency landing in Norfolk last night.
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The flight originated in New York and was headed to Puerto Rico when one of its engines failed. The North American aircraft made a safe landing at Norfolk International Airport. None of the 79-passengers aboard was injured.
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US-Airways announcement today that it's cutting 11-thousand jobs will hurt many airports- including the Charlotte International airport.
Edward Lawrence takes a look at how it could affect the economy and passenger service in Charlotte.
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Charges are pending in the case of a truck accident and fuel spill in Bedford County.
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State Police say an Eagle Petroleum truck was heading down Route 43 toward Bedford this morning when the driver lost control. The 6-wheel truck flipped and came to rest in the brush. The driver was taken to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Police say about half the truck's several hundred gallons of diesel spilled but that there's no threat of water contamination. Eagle Petroleum plans to pump the remaining fuel out of the truck. The road is closed in both directions but should be opened later in the evening.
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Schools across our region continue to honor and reach out to those affected by last week's terrorist attacks.
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At Christiansburg Elementary School today, over 4-hundred students along with teachers and parents gathered for an outdoor assembly. The event, filled with song and pride for our flag, is the kickoff for an American Red Cross fundraiser. Over the next two-weeks students can drop pennies, nickels or dimes into donation cans each classroom.
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((ETHAN DICKERSON/5TH GRADER; IT MAKES ME FEEL GOOD, AND I THINK I'M GLAD TO BE AN AMERICAN.)) ((ASHLEY SIMPKINS/5TH GRADER; IT'S SHOWING SUPPORT FOR EVERYONE WHO DIED, SO I THINK IT'S PRETTY GOOD TO DO THIS.))
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The students are encouraged to write letters to the families hit by tragedy. Representatives from each class placed red, white, and blue bows in memory of the lives lost.
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The federal moonshine trial resumed this morning in Roanoke.
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Before it started, 22-year old Dwayne Hale pled guilty to making untaxed whiskey.
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He was among those involved in operating a massive indoor still discovered two years ago in Craig County.
Hale's father, Ralph, Senior, was among five other defendants facing trial. The government alleges he's responsible for producing more than 200-thousand gallons of untaxed liquor over a 5-year period.
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The trial is expected to be cut short with guilty pleas from ALL the remaining defendants.

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Dozens of faculty members who lost their offices during a fire at Longwood College will get new ones.
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Thirty professionals were displaced when flames broke out in the heart of Longwood College last April. Their offices had been in Grainger Hall, a building damaged but not destroyed by the fire. The school had originally planned on renovating the hall but now says it has been found to have structural problems. Grainger will be demolished later this month and will be rebuilt along with the school's Rotunda and Ruffner Complex, both of which were destroyed.
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Coming up today in Sports, Steve Mason will show us how the Cavaliers are gearing up to return to action,
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[VO] But first, we'll see why some people think the high stress can make you more susceptible to colds.
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Coming up a little later in the broadcast,
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Do you catch a lot of colds? Do you also feel like you are under a lot of stress.
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People who think they arre under a lot of stress are three times more likely to catch a cold than more relaxed people.
A study published in the May issue of Epidemiology, found that stress levels effect the immune system and can lead to poor eating or sleeping habits.
All of these combined can increase a person's chances of catching a cold.
So learning how to take five and relax can actually help your health.
Simple self-care tips for reducing stress include meditation and other relaxation techniques, rest and a good diet.
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Welcome everybody to the Monday ticker.
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Back to game week preparations for the Virginia football team as they get ready for their ACC opener against Clemson. Steve Mason brings us up to speed on the Cavaliers after last week's attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
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The Southeastern conference is also getting back on the field this weekend. The conference also announced today that it is rescheduling all of last week's postponed game to the weekend of December 1st. That means the SEC championship game now will be moved back to the following Saturday, December 8th.

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Coming up tonight on News 7 at 6 in this week's edition of the Tech 2001 report, we'll give you
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a peek inside the recently completed memorabilia room at the Merryman Center. It is a Tech football fans' dream come true.
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Take care everybody. I'll see you at the top of the hour. [GO TO BREAK]

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Scholars say America's ability to respond to a national crisis is based on the strength of its Constitution.
The Constitution was signed on this date 214 years ago.. and ceremonies today honored the principal author of that document, James Madison.
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At Madison's home in Orange County, state and local officials gathered to celebrate the fourth President's contributions to his country.
Visitors listened to a Marine Corps band and speeches before signing their names to and getting their own copy of the Constitution.
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((MICHAEL QUINN/MONTPELIER FOUNDATION PRESIDENT: WE TEND TO TAKE OUR CONSTITUTION FOR GRANTED AND YET AT THE TIME IT WAS WRITTEN, IT HAD NO PRECEDENT IN THE HISTORY OF MAN AND IN A SINGLE STROKE, THOSE PEOPLE LED BY JAMES MADISON CREATED THE MOST SUCCESSFUL FORM OF DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT THE WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN. AND WE'RE THE BENEFICIARIES OF THAT AND WE NEED TO BE GRATEFUL FOR THAT.))
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Three members of the U-S Marine Corps also used today's occasion to re-enlist in the service.
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