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Today on News 7 at 5, President Bush hopes to put the financial squeeze on terrorists.
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And the wait is over for the family of a Roanoke native. The Pentagon confirms he's one of the terrrorists' victims.
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Some moderate rain for western Virginia is now translating to severe weather in eastern Virginia. We'll check that out in a few moments.

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Security is stepping up in Charlottesville. We'll have the details in sports.
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And tattoo this! Many Americans are going patriotic at the parlor.
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An executive order today that freezes the assests dozens of terrorist groups.
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((GEORGE W. BUSH: WE ARE STARVING THE TERRORIST OF FUNDING, TURNING THEM AGAINST ONE ANOOTHER AND ROUTING THEM OUF OF THEIR SAFE HIDING PLACES.))
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Several new developments today.
The FBI has picked up information that suggests crop dusting planes could be used in an attack with biological or chemical weapons. Those planes hare grounded today.
And the F-B-I now says its determined there were no explosives aboard the plane that crashed in Pennsylvania...


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We begin with Aleen Sirgany who joins us live from Washington.
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((IN WHAT THE WHITE HOUSE CALLS AN UNPRECEDENTED MOVE, PRESIDENT BUSH SIGNED AN EXECUTIVE ORDER TODAY FREEZING THE ASSESTS OF 27 INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS HE SAYS ARE LINKED TO TERRORISTS. PRIME TARGET? OSAMA BIN LADEN. Bush " Make no mistake about it, we're going after them all. And we'll win." WHILE OSAMA BIN LADEN REMAINS IN HIDING, HE HAS NOT BEEN SILENT. Courtesy: AL Jezeera: IN A SIGNED STATEMENT RELEASED BY ARAB T.V, BIN LADEN REAFFIRMED HIS SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF AFGHANISTAN. HE ALSO CALLED ON FOLLOWERS IN PAKISTAN TO JOIN THE PATH OF A JIHAD OR HOLY WAR.
AND IN ONE OF THOSE NATIONS.. AT LEAST.. THEY ARE PREPARING FOR HOLY WAR. AFGHANISTAN'S RULING TALIBAN PARTY CLAIMS TO HAVE MOBILIZED SOME 3-HUNDRED-THOUSAND TROOPS.
HERE AT HOME, AS THE COUNTRY REMAINS ON HIGH ALERT. CROP DUSTING PLANES REMAIN GROUNDED UNTIL AT LEAST MIDNIGHT MONDAY. ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT CONFIRMED REPORTS THAT ONE OF THE HIJACKERS INVOLVED IN THE SEPTEMBER 11TH ATTACKS WAS GATHERING INFORMATION ON CROP DUSTERS. JOHN ASHCROFT ``The FBI assesses the uses of this type of aircraft to distribute chemical or biological weapons of mass destruction as potential threats to Americans. We have no clear indication of the time or place of such attacks,''
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THE U-S WILL DEPLOY AN ADDITIONAL 200 WARPLANES TO THE GULF REGION. SOME 350 ARE ALREADY THERE. AND THE PENTAGON HAS NOW ACTIVATED MORE THAN 10-THOUSAND RESERVISTS MOSTLY FOR HOME DUTY. AS PRESIDENT BUSH CONTINUES TO RALLY FOR INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT FORTHE WAR ON TERRORISM, RUSSIAS LEADER VOWS TO HELP. VLADIMIR PUTIN SAYS RUSSIA WILL NOT SEND TROOPS TO AFGHANISTAN BUT WILL SUPPORT U.S MILITARY OPERATIONS BY SENDING WEAPONS TO THE AFGHAN OPPOSITION.))

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The Roanoke native who was inside the Pentagon 13 days ago is now on the list of confirmed victims.
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41-year old Donald McArthur Young had been listed as missing ever since a hijacked airliner crashed into the building.
The Department of Defense now says Young's remains have been identified.
Young grew up in Roanoke and was a Gulf War veteran.
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Were hearing more first hand accounts from Southwest Virginia residents who volunteered at the sites of the terrorist attacks.
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New River Valley resident Dorinda Miller spent two-weeks at the Pentagon as a disaster mental health worker. As a Red Cross counselor, Miller used her training to talk with grieving families, recovery workers and fire and military personnel.
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((DORINDA MILLER/DISASTER MENTAL HEALTH WORKER; PEOPLE WERE PULLING EXTRA SHIFTS AROUND THE CLOCK AND IT WAS JUST AN AMAZING PHENOMENAL COMING THROUGH OF ENTHUSIASM AND DETERMINATION GRIM DETERMINATION TO BE THERE AND DO WHAT WE COULD.))


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Miller says she brought back these reminders so the tragedy can become real for others. Coming up on News 7 at 6, we'll have details on how she plans to continue helping people cope with the tragedy here at home.
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In New York, Mayor Rudy Giuliani says the city will recover.
While families of the victims are beginning to face the inevitable-
Drew Levinson is there.
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((As the workers continue their search at the world trade center many families with missing relatives are trying to accept the inevitable. Drew Levinson reports. . For nearly two weeks the faces of the missing have stared at us....haunted us. Etched upon the faces of their loved ones--the knowledge that hopes of finding them alive beneath the rubble of the World Trade Center have all but faded. New York's Governor signed an executive order today...born out of sadness and necessity. It allows families to obtain death certificates within days rather than years....and lets them file insurance claims as well as access assets of the victims. Near ground zero another flag was unfurled to honor the dead--this one at the Port Authority building--they too lost many of their own on September 11th. Meanwhile the search creeps along. One person said it's still a nightmare down there. Many of those living in lower Manhattan are coming back for the first time to find their homes full of debris and their windows broken. More than eight-thousand people have asked for government money to repair them. Through it all Mayor Giuliani has been praised for his handling of this disaster. Despite a law barring him from doing so--there's a grassroots campaign for Giuliani to seek a third term. He refuses to comment. RUDOLPH GIULIANI/NEW YORK MAYOR: IT'S A VERY IMPORTANT DECISION, I NEED TIME TO THINK ABOUT IT AND TALK TO PEOPLE" DREW LEVINSON: Stock market.))

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Air traffic may be down, but a new Roanoke control tower is going up. The details are still ahead.
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And with America's military gearing up .. what are the chances that young men might be called up in a draft?
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The "War on Terrorism" may not result in any draft notices.
Young men still have to register, but calling them to active duty may be more trouble than it's worth for the military.
Terry Turner is keeping watch in Washington.
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(( BACK IN 19-98...CONOR MC-COLLOUGH BECAME THE FIRST AMERICAN TO REGISTER ON-LINE.
THE SELECTIVE SERVICE WEBSITE REPORTS MORE THAN A MILLION YOUNG MEN HAVE LOGGED-ON AND SIGNED UP SINCE THEN.
BUT NONE OF THEM SHOULD EXPECT A DRAFT NOTICE ANYTIME SOON.

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thinking about all out war against Afghanistan and Iraq at the same time." :06)

THE SELECTIVE SERVICE IS ON STANDBY.
CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT WOULD HAVE TO ORDER IT INTO SERVICE.
BUT THE MILITARY HAS BEEN BUILDING DEFENSES AROUND VOLUNTEERS.

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THE MILITARY HIT RECRUITMENT GOALS THIS YEAR.
THEY'RE REPORTEDLY UP SINCE SEPTEMBER 11.
AND THEY'RE TRYING HARDER TO KEEP EXPERIENCED PEOPLE.

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EXPERIENCE IS NEEDED FOR THE HIGH TECH WEAPONS THE MILITARY HAS USED TO REPLACE THE HUGE NUMBERS OF MEN NEEDED IN PAST WARS.
SOME OF THE REASONS A DRAFT IS UNLIKELY.

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five percent." :03)

AND THEN THERE'S THE SHEER COST.
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month in terms of money." :03)

THE PENTAGON ALREADY SPENDS NEARLY A THIRD OF IT'S BUDGET ON PAY AND BENEFITS.
DRAFTING PEOPLE...COULD END UP DRAIN MONEY AWAY FROM THE FIGHT.

AND THAT PRICE COULD BE TOO HIGH TO PAY.
WATCHING WASHINGTON, I'M TERRY TURNER.))
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Though its passenger loads are at new lows, the Roanoke Regional Airport says it has some news to smile about.
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Airport officials broke ground today on a new 200-foot air control tower.
The tower's 9-point-2 MILLION dollar price tag will be paid by the Federal Aviation Administration.
The existing 50-foot tower has been in use since the 1950s and is out of date.
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((JACQUELINE SHUCK/AIRPORT EXEC. DIRECTOR: IT IS TOO SHORT. IT NEEDS TO BE TALLER SO THEY HAVE FULL VISIBILITY OF ALL THE AREAS WHERE THE AIRPLANES ARE OPERATING. IT'S REALLY CRITICAL THAT THEY BE ABLE TO SEE EVERYTHING THEY CAN POSSIBLY SEE. ))
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The new tower will feature the latest aviation technology and radar equipment.
It's set to be complete in 20-03.
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Over the past several months, we've shared with you countless stories about layoffs.
Today we're sharing a story about a life AFTER a layoff.
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Dannie Powell is a 47-year-old Bluefield College student.
He was laid off from Ingersoll Rand after 17 years on the job.
Although he's chosen to be a student at the Roanoke Higher Education, he says going to college is still like a full-time job.
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((DANNIE POWELL:TELL YOU THE TRUTH I'M WORKING ALL DAY LONG DOING HOMEWORK, THEY GIVE US A LOT OF HOMEWORK. MOST OF THE TIE I'M SITTING AT THE COMPUTER WRITING AND DOING RESEARCH, STUFF LIKE THAT.))
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Grey Smith is one of Dannie's Professors.
He says he's impressed with people like Dannie -- those who chose to better themselves despite a devastating blow like losing their job.
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((GREY SMITH: THAT'S WHAT IMPRESSES ME ABOUT THE STUDENTS I TEACH. THEY WORK HARD, AND THEY ARE UNDER A LOT OF PRESSURE WITH FAMILY, JOBS AND SCHOOL.))
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Business Reporter Jennifer Miele will show how your federal taxes are helping Dannie tonight on News 7 at six.



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U-V-A plans tighter security when Duke visits this weekend. We have the story from Charlottesville still ahead in sports.
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And talk about a hot item ... these made-in-Virginia T-shirts are making big money for the Red Cross.
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"Buildings May Fall. United We Stand."
If you think that's a catchy slogan, you're not alone.
A Richmond T-shirt company expects to give away 20- thousand shirts with that slogan by the end of the month.
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Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond newsroom with details.
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Jean, it started as a small idea.
A Richmond t-shirt company named VATEX America had a meeting the morning after the September 11th attack.
After all, timely messages are what they do.
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(( The United We Stand part came easily.
And after a little thinking, "buildings may fall" preceded it.
They gave them away in return for blood donations at first.
They gave them away to firefighters.
Now, they're giving them away in return for a 25 dollar check made out to the American Red Cross.
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((CHARLEY BENNETT: WE WERE REALLY PLEASED. OUR ORIGINAL GOAL WAS 250-THOUSAND DOLLARS WHICH WE HIT AT THE END OF LAST WEEK... TRYING TO REACH THAT 500 THOUSAND DOLLAR GOAL. ))
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Samantha White's insurance company matches each donation her fellow employees make.
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((SAMANTHA WHITE: PLENTY OF PEOPLE THEY'VE COME... DONATING MORE THAN THEY'RE GETTING AS FAR AS THE T-SHIRTS ARE CONCERNED.))
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VATEX America says it will take out of town orders, at 804- 353- 9010, through the end of this week.
Once they receive a 25 dollar check made out to the Red Cross, they will ship the shirt.
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You may want to offer to pay for shipping yourself, since they're already giving away 20 thousand t-shirts absolutely free.
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Plenty of cheering today on Wall Street. Our Marketwatch report is just ahead.
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And here's one way to wear your patriotism ... as long as you live. Still ahead, "all-American" tattoos are "all the rage."
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Wall Street needed this.
After their worst week in decades, stock averages rebounded in a big way today.
Alexis Christoforous has our Marketwatch report.
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Welcome everybody to the Monday tow minute ticker. We begin in the upside down world of ACC football.
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UVa is coming off its first big win under Al Groh after shocking Clemson this past Saturday on a last second touchdown toss. Steve Mason says the mood has returned to one of business already as the Cavs prepare for Duke and heightened security at their own stadium this Saturday.
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This weekend WDBJ-7 begins its season long slate of Saturday afternoon ACC games. This Saturday at Noon join us for North Carolina against unbeaten N.C. State.
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Also, VMI announced this afternoon that its postponed game with East Tennessee State will be rescheduled for Thanksgiving Day in Lexington with the kickoff set for Noon.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six, this week's Tech 2001 report give you a peek inside the security measure taken this past weekend at Rutgers Stadium.
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Jean will be back in just a moment to wrap up News 7 at Five. I'll see you at the top of the hour. [GO TO BREAK]

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Since the attack on our nation, Americans have found many ways to display their patriotic pride.
That even goes for the tattoo business.
Brad Rogers needles in with the details.
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((NOTHING SHOWS PRIDE IN THE U-S-A, QUITE LIKE THE AMERICAN FLAG.

(((sot))) "Just the flag, probably run you about a hundred."



AND THROUGHOUT THE TWIN CITIES, PEOPLE ARE EXTENDING THAT PRIDE TO THEIR OWN FLESH....A PERMANENT REMINDER OF FREEDOM, AT A TIME WHEN OUR FREEDOM HAS COME UNDER ATTACK.

(((sot))) Denny Stiles: "It's not a day that we can forget."



DENNY STILES SAYS LIKE THE MEN BEFORE HIM, WHO FOUGHT FOR AMERICA'S FREEDOM, HE AND OTHERS ARE ALSO TURNING TO PATRIOTIC TATTOOS.

(((sot))) Stiles: "People, their real patriotism is coming out

now. They realize what the people before us have gone through, in order for us to have the freedom. And I just think it's kind of a cool way to show it."

(((sot))) Beth McCullough: "Some people have come in and

requested eagles, or some have been getting stars, and putting them in red, white, and blue."

ARTIST BETH MCCULLOUGH SAYS WORDS CAN'T EXPRESS HOW PEOPLE HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY THIS.

(((sot)))McCullough: "I think a lot of people just want to

demonstrate a show of patriotism, and do something that permanently shows their respect and support of the country."

JOHN HYLAND WANTED A TATTOO THAT SAID MORE THAN THAT.

(((sot)))..Hyland: "I figure this is my way of saying that I do

care."

(((sot)))...Bosquez: "We got the flag, and in memory of the

Pentagon and the flight number, God bless America.

(((sot)))....Hyland: "I wanted in memory of World trade center,

Pentagon, and flight 93, because those are the ones that got executed for no reason."

THESE TATTOOS WILL LAST A LIFETIME. FOR MOST AMERICANS, SO WILL THE MEMORIES OF THE DAY AMERICA WAS ATTACKED. ))
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A local man spent days
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helping the families of the missing in New York. We'll hear from him
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