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Today on News 7 at 5, there are more signs the U-S military is preparing for a large conflict in the Middle East,
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and closer to home, residents of a Roanoke nursing home will have to find a new place to live. We'll tell you why.
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Fall begins tomorrow night as below normal temperatures move in next week...I'll have your forecast...

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In other news, investigators says a Roanoke house owned by a man from Iraq was deliberately set on fire.
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Also we'll tell you why a disease that's a leading killer of men is also one of the most treatable.
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Governor Jim Gilmore today giving his ideas to Senators on how to combat terrorism.

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Did the goverment do enough to protect its citizens. That seems to be the question before a Senate committee today-
while Congress is working quickly to pass a 15 billion dollar bailout of the nation's airlines-
and America is beefing up her military might in the Persian Gulf.
We begin tonight with Aleen Sirgany live in Washington-
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Rescue workers at Ground Zero are not ready to give up hope.
That was the message they wanted to convey today to a group of visiting V-I-P's who were on hand to see what is left of the World Trade Center. Gretchen Carlson reports.
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((THEY HAVE DEALT WITH THE CRISIS FROM THE VERY BEGINNING .. BUT TODAY F-B-I DIRECTOR ROBERT MUELLER AND ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT SAW THE DEVASTATION OF GROUND ZERO - FIRST HAND.

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WHILE THERE'S NO REAL HOPE OF FINDING ANYONE ALIVE HERE... MAYOR GIULIANI SAYS THIS WILL BE A SEARCH AND RECOVERY OPERATION FOR QUITE SOME TIME.

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"BECAUSE EVEN IF YOU GET BEYOND THE POINT WHERE'S THERE'S ANY HOPE AT ALL OF RECOVERING ANYONE ALIVE. WE'RE SITLL GOING TO BE DOING IT CAREFULLY BECAUSE WE ARE GOING TO BE INVOLVED IN FINDING AS MANY HUMAN REMAINS AS POSSIBLE."
AS WORKERS CONTINUE REMOVING TONS OF DEBRIS, 500 TRUCKLOADS A DAY... THERE'S A GROWING CONCERN ABOUT THE STABILITY OF A CRITICAL FOUNDATION WALL. IT'S KNOWN AS THE BATHTUB... DESIGNED TO KEEP THE HUDSON RIVER FROM FLOODING THE 16 ACRE WORLD TRADE CENTER COMPLEX.

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"THE PROBLEM IS, IF THAT WALL WAS COMPROMISED DURING THE COLLAPSE, AS THEY REMOVE THE DEBRIS, THERE'S THE POTENTIAL THE WATER COULD BREAK THROUGH THERE AND GET INTO THE BASEMENT."
BUT OVERALL... THE MOOD HERE IS ONE OF DETERMINATION TO OVERCOME... NOT JUST THE DEBRIS.. BUT THE horrible memories of the disaster as well.

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A 44- year- old Black Muslim arrested yesterday in Central Virginia on weapons violations may have ties to a terrorist cell
Law enforcement sources say (Al Few-kra) Al Fuqra may be the most dangerous fundamentalist sect operating in the U-S.
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Vincente (vin-CEN-tay) Raphael Pierre was indicted Tuesday in a seven count firearms conspiracy.
Yesterday the 44- year- old suspect was arrested at a Muslim commune near the Charlotte County community of Red House. Pierre appeared before a U-S Magistrate in Roanoke this afternoon and pled NOT guilty. The indictment charges Pierre's common- law wife bought a 45- caliber pistol for him from the Outpost, a licensed gun dealer in Appomattox County.
As a convicted felon, Pierre is prohibited from owning a gun. While they're looking at possible connections, so far, law enforcement officials say they have found no direct link between Pierre and last week's terrorist attacks.
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Officials say a fire that destroyed a house in southeast Roanoke is a case of arson.
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Investigators have ruled out accidental causes for the fire at 11th Street and Bullitt Avenue.
They say it started in the back of the building and spread throughout the rest of the house.
The owner, (Ka-zall Al Roo-bye) Khazal Al-Rubaii, is a native of Iraq.
Authorities are looking into the possibility that his home was targeted because he's from the Middle East.
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Residents of Carilion's Burrell Nursing Home in Northwest, Roanoke will soon have to find a new home.
The facility is changing owners and will no longer offer nursing care.
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Carilion announced today that it plans to donate the facility to Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare.
Officials say the 90 bed nursing home was not operating efficiently.
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((ED MURPHY/CARILION CEO:AS A RESULT WE HAVE BEEN LOSING MORE THAN MILLION DOLLARS PER YEAR WITHIN THIS FACILITY. WITH NURSING HOME VACANCIES RISING THE NEED FOR NURSING HOMES BEDS AT BURRELL IS FALLING WHICH WILL ONLY CAUSE THE FINANCIAL LOSSES TO INCREASE IN THE FUTURE))
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Officials at Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare say this facility will enable them to consolidate services.
And they say residents should not be concerned that they offer mental health and substance abuse services.
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Carilion says it will keep the nursing facility running until it can find homes for all 87 residents.
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Tonight on News 7 at six --we'll tell you why some neighbors of the facility are unhappy with the decision.
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V-M-I suspends a professor after he's accused of a sex crime. We'll have the details after this break.
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[VO] Also we'll see a new ad campaign by First Lady Laura Bush. It's designed to help young children deal with the uncertainity caused by last week's terrorist attacks.
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Parents need to talk to the children about the terrorist attacks.
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That's the word from First Lady Laura Bush-
She's featured in new Public service announcements released today.
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Mrs. Bush tells parents to talk to the kids, listen to them and discuss the attacks.
And she says tell they're safe and that they're loved.
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A professor at Virginia Military Institute has been accused of having sex with a 14- year- old boy.
Paul Pierpaoli (peer-PAUL-ee) Jr. has been charged with carnal knowledge of a minor and using a computer to solicit sex with a minor.
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Rockbridge County Commonwealth's Attorney Gordon Saunders says Pierpaoli met the 14 year old boy and his 21- year-old friend on the internet.
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Pierpaoli came to VMI in 1998. A published author, he has taught history and served as Assistant to the Superintendent.
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Pierpaoli has been suspended with pay. He is reportedly out of state, and we were unable to contact him this afternoon.

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In Health Check tonight,
Nearly 600 Americans will find out today they have prostate cancer. And more than 85 men will die today from the disease.
But as Joy Sutton tells us --this is a curable disease --and early treatment can greatly increase the chances for survival.
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And that was the case for 66 year old Don Peterson. No warning signs at all. It was the PSA test --that gave doctors the heads-up that he could have prostate cancer. And that's the reason he is now a cancer survivor.
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That's why Doctor Garvin a clinical urologist at Lewis-Gale Clinic urges men over the age of 40 to have a PSA -- a prostate blood test.
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And he says men should know their risk factors for the disease.
A man with a father or brother with the disease has twice the risk for getting it.And if has three close relatives with the prostate cancer he has a 97 percent chance he will develop the disease.
Race is another factor. African American men are 35 to 50 percent more likely to get prostate cancer. And twice as likely as Caucasian men to die from it. And a man's chances of getting the disease increase rapidly after 50.
Peterson's says recuperating isn't quick .. or easy.
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But he says anything is better than having cancer.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Salem.))

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Investors in the stock market have to ride the highs and lows today as the DOW goes on a roller coaster ride. We'll have the week's final numbers coming up,
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[VO] and he doesn't get a million dollars, but a local man appears on national television this morning to answer Regis Philbin's questions.
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Qualifying is over for this weekend's NASCAR race in Dover. Mike Stevens will have the complete rundown in just a moment.
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Then a little later, we will have a preview of tonight's history making telethon.
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One of roughest weeks ever for the stock market has come to a close.
Stocks fluctuated in turbulent trading all week long as Wall Street contended with uncertainty on several fronts.
As Alexis Christoforous tells us, today's final session of the week saw the Dow take several big swings.
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A Roanoke man got some national television exposure this morning on Live with Regis and Kelly. It started when Greg Moore won a prize in the studio audience.
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"Number 23" was Greg Moore, a News 7 photographer who regularly covers Virginia Tech Football.
He's in the New York area for the Rutgers game tomorrow, and he brought along a ball, one signed by Coach Frank Beamer and the entire team.
Which led to this.
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((REGIS PHILBIN: Yeah, they're a great football team, and here to play Rutgers tomorrow and a lot of folks from Virginia, I'm sure to cheer them on, and I thank you very much. KELLY RIPA: What's a Hokie? Do you know what a Hokie is? REGIS PHILBIN: He's got it. GREG MOORE: A Hokie was originally thought up as a theme or as a name that's carried on. It's kept on a tradition. It's actually like a, if you see the mascot, it's like a turkey. REGIS: Looks like a what? GREG MOORE: A turkey, well sort of, yeah. REGIS: Why don't we call it the Virginia Tech Turkeys and get it over with? GREG MOORE: They are the "Fighting Gobblers". REGIS: The Fighting Gobblers!))
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Welcome folks to the Friday night ticker.
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The Winston Cup drivers are in Dover this week along with added security and some additional color.
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Many of the cars are sporting some type of red, white and blue paint scheme for this weekend's race, which is known as the Cal Ripken 400. Elliott Sadler and the Wood Brothers are donating $20 bucks a lap to families of firefighters lost in the New York tragedies.
Other also are helping out any way they can. Here's the starting grid.
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Rick Mast failed to qualify, but the Virginia Lottery's Hermie Sadler did make the race.

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It's week number four of the high school football season.
Here's the Friday Football Extra schedule for this evening.
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The Roanoke Dazzle is looking for a mascot and an "Interactive Squad."
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[GO TO PINNACLE] If you are interested the tryouts will take place this Saturday September 22nd at 8am at the Virginia Western Community College gym. The mascot competition will get started at two. If you need more information you can call the Dazzle office a 343-4450. Have a great weekend everybody.
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Pretty much whatever channel you have on tonight you'll see a two hour telethon to raise money for the victims of the terrorist attacks.
Maneul Gallegus has a preview.
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(( ITS AN UNPRECEDENTED MOVE BY THE TELEVISION NETWORKS AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY.
FRIDAY NIGHT NEARLY EVERY MAJOR TV OUTLET, AND SOME 8-THOUSAND RADIO STATIONS WILL BROADCAST LIVE, AMERICA: A TRIBUTE TO HEROES,A TELETHON TO RAISE MONEY FOR VICTIMS OF THE TERRORIST ATTACKS.
AN -A LIST OF STARS IS EXPECTED FROM JIM CARREY, WHOS ALREADY PLEDGED A MILLION DOLLARS, TO JULIA ROBERTS, TOM HANKS, TOM CRUISE, AND WILL SMITH AND PRIME TIME STARS TOO.

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My heart broke last week because I have traveled very freely and had a really fun time and had a really safe feeling about the world Ive been na�ve about terrorism because Im an American.
THE BROADCAST, WHICH COULD RAISE MILLIONS IN RELIEF, IS BEING PUT TOGETHER IN RECORD TIME.

-SOT-JOSEF ADALIAN, TV COLUMNIST, VARIETY

the plan right now is for each of the celebrities to tell stories about heroes in their own personal lives and of course the event overall will be very music driven.
EXPECT INSPIRATIONAL MUSICAL NUMBERS FROM FAITH HILL, STEVIE WONDER AND MARIAH CAREY WHO WILL SING HER SONG "HERO."

-SOT-MARIAH CAREY/ENTERTAINER

What happened in New York is something that I think people will take a lifetime to get over. And some will never recover fully from that but I think its amazing what the nation has done to heal itself, to get through it.
-STAND-UP- Not since the assassination of JFK have the tv networks devoted so much free air time for news coverage the two hour telethon will also be without ads. And viewers will be encouraged to pledge money to a relief fund by phone and over the internet.

-SOT-JOSEF ADALIAN,

Hollywood does have a heart sometimes and this is them trying to do something good for America.
THE SHOW WILL ASLO BE TURNED INTO A C.D. WITH ALL PROCEEDS GOING TO THOSE WHO GAVE OR LOST SO MUCH MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS, HOLLYWOOD. ))


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