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Wall Street responds to a roller coaster week with a ride of it's own.
We'll have a local look at the market.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]

And more than two years after the feds make a record- setting moonshine bust, all the suspects admit to their roles in the conspiracy.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports, Steve Mason checks in with a patriotic Al Groh in Charlottesville. The Tech 2001 report will take us inside the football team's newest recruiting weapon.
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And Tech's road trip this weekend will have the team flying right over Manhattan on Friday as they prepare to play Rutgers.
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Sunny dry weather will continue through Wednesday... then a few changes head our way...I'll have your forecast...
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News 7 at Six is next.[Video-Open]
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America's financial markets re-open, but it's a rough ride.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


And the airline providing the most service to Roanoke announces major cutbacks.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


And I'm Keith Humphry.
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America tried to resume something close to a normal work week today.
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But many of the day's events were anything but normal.
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[Take Pinnacle Page]
As soon as the stock market re-opened, share values started to fall. The Dow lost 685 points, a record one-day point drop. [Reveal Next page]
Once the markets had closed, U-S Airways announced it will lay off 11-thousand workers system wide and make significant service reductions. The local impact is not yet known. [Reveal Next Page]
President Bush says suspected terrorist mastermind Osama bid Laden is wanted "Dead or Alive".
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[Markets]


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Despite the day's economic setbacks, local investors apparently felt very patriotic. Area brokers say their clients bought stock all day long.
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Business Reporter Jennifer Miele is on Roanoke's Wall Street tonight with details.
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Hot, dangerous and disappointing work continues tonight at the Pentagon.
And Southwest Virginians are in the thick of it.
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Ellen Qualls is at the crash site with some of their stories.
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(KEITH QUESTION: What should people who want to help Tom Brown and the others up there do?)



[Moonshine]


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Making "moonshine" may sound like a harmless past time. The prosecutor in Roanoke's federal moonshine case says it's a business that doesn't pay taxes. By the time Assistant U-S Attorney Sharon Burnham had finished outlining the government's case, the last five of the defendants were ready to make a deal. They're pleading guilty now, before the first witness is called.
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As the trial resumed this morning, 22-year old Dwayne Hale admitted he was a part of the moonshine- making conspiracy.
According to the government, his father Ralph Hale, Senior, personally purchased 1-million, 850-thousand pounds of sugar over a five-year period,
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enough to make more than 200-thousand gallons of whisky.
They'll all be sentenced later.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]
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An accident in Bedford County ends with a diesel fuel spill.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


The latest when News-7 at Six returns.
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[City-Council]
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A busy afternoon for Roanoke City Council on a number of controversial topics.
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Including the proposed printing plant for the Roanoke Times, more audits of city schools and a possible name change for Elmwood Park.
[Double Boxes=Keith-Shannon and JoeD/Microwave]


Joe Dashiell is downtown tonight with more on those issues.
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Police are investigating the cause of a truck accident and diesel fuel spill in Bedford County.
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The Eagle Petroleum truck on Route 43 headed toward Bedford this morning when the truck flipped on a curve. The driver says he lost control as the brakes failed. He was taken to the hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries. Police say the rig lost about half its fuel, but that the spill poses no threat of water contamination. Eagle Petroleum plans to pump the remaining fuel out of the truck. Charges are pending.
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As many expected, stocks ended sharply lower on the first day of trading after last week's terrorist attacks. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW plunged 685 points, the worst single point drop in its history.
NASDAQ lost 116.
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[Montpelier]
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Nearly two centuries ago, another American president was faced with a crisis that threatened our national security.
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The United States survived, scholars say, based on the strength of its Constitution.
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Today, the author of that document was honored at his home in Orange County.
Steve Smallshaw has more.
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214 years ago today, James Madison put his pen to perhaps his greatest contribution to the United States of America.
Through decades of war, upheaval and internal strife, the world's most successful experiment in democracy has survived.. thanks in large part, scholars say, to Madison's Constitution and its rules for self- government.
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((DEL. GEORGE BROMAN/R- 30TH DIST.: THEY HAVE GUIDED AND SUSTAINED THIS NATION FOR 214 YEARS AND THEY WILL GUIDE US AND SHOW OUR HEART AND SOUL AS A NATION TO THE REST OF THE WORLD.))
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[Standup ] ((Many parallels can be drawn between James Madison's America and the country as it is today. He was President the last time Washington was attacked by outside forces, and he also used the Marines Corps to combat the 19th century form of terrorism.. pirates who preyed on American shipping near Tripoli.))
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((MICHAEL QUINN/MONTPELIER FOUNDATION DIRECTOR: HISTORY CAN TEACH US MANY EXAMPLES, AND IT TELLS US WE DO HAVE THE STRENGTH, BOTH IN OUR CONSTITUTION, BOTH AS CITIZENS, TO WITHSTAND ANY CHALLENGE.))
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((WE CALL THIS ROOM THE LIBRARY..))
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Visitation at Madison's home is up 50 percent this year, the 250th anniversary of his birth.
Officials hope that signals a renewed interest in Madison and his life's work.. work that affects every American life today.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Orange County.))

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Coming up tonight on News 7 Sports, Al Groh breaks out a patriotic look at today's media briefing. Plus, in tonight's Tech 2001 report we'll examine the irony of Tech's first road trip of the season and
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give you a look at the recently completed memorabilia room inside the Merryman Center.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies return to action along with the rest of the college football world this Saturday. With more on what promises to be an eerie return to the gridiron and a look at a brand new showplace inside the Merryman Center - here's this week's Tech 2001 report.
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(( Tech was scheduled to be off last weekend, before the NCAA's slate of games were postponed. This week Tech hits the road for the first time this season. And unfortunately, the luck of the schedule has them heading to Rutgers. That means the team will fly right over Manhattan before landing at the Newark airport. ((BILLY HITE/VT ASST. HEAD COACH:)) The Hokies do not fly commercial airlines on their away trips. Their plane is chartered from Miami Air. ((BILLY HITE/VT ASST. HEAD COACH:)) On a much lighter note, the Merryman Center's brand new memorabilia room is turning more than it's share of heads. ((DAVE KNACHEL:)) Knachel who now works as an assistant in the Sports Information office, is given most of the credit for spearheading the work on the room and creating the displays that include much of the old and much more of the new -LIKE interactive video screens. ((NAT SOUND:)) Almost all of the photographs that are now larger than life in the room were taken over the past 20 years by Knachel.

((DAVE KNACHEL:)) Fans will be in awe of the displays, but the real reason behind building such a structure is to impress the future Hokies.)) ((FRANK BEAMER:)) ((DAVE KNACHEL:))


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Saturday, UVa plays Clemson. But Steve Mason says, the Cavaliers minds are elsewhere.
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[S-Dover]


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NASCAR fans will also feel the of heightened security when the circuit rolls into Dover this weekend. Another other things - no coolers will be allowed inside the gates for Sunday's Cup race.
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The Girl Scouts want to help you display the colors.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]
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Since last Thursday, the Girl Scout office in Salem has been making red, white and blue ribbons to hang on car antennas. The office in Charlottesville will do the same starting tomorrow. Wytheville will join in on Wednesday. Employees say they think it's so important that Americans show their support that they're dipping into their own pockets to buy materials. The ribbons are free and will be available while supplies last. (------------)