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Today on News 7 at 5, Congress looks for ways to make air travel safer from violence,
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And a local teenager is sent to prison for murdering her grandfather.
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A brisk northwest wind and night time readings way down into the 40s highlights this weather forecast. Details coming up.

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Also today, the F-D-A has some big concerns about one of the country's best selling prescription drugs.
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and some Roanoke County residents are getting their wish. The debris from the damaged Pentagon will NOT be coming to a local landfill.
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More reservists are being called to active duty. While lawmakers take steps to ensure safety in the skies.
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((TODAY WE ARE DEALING WITH A TERRORIST SUICIDAL OPERATIONS. THE COCKPIT MUST BE DEFENDED.))
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton. Jean has the evening off.

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Nearly thousand more reservists are being activated. They'll join the more than ten thousand already called up. Meanwhile-- on Capitol Hill today... safety in the skies and measures to help law enforcement agencies hunt down terrorists were the order of the day. Aleen Sirgany joins us now with an update on some of today's events.
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(( PRESIDENT BUSH VISITED THE F-B-I TODAY .. AND USED THE OCCASSION TO LOBBY FOR MORE WIRE TAPPING OPTIONS ...JUST ONE OF MANY NEW MEASURES THAT WOULD HELP IN THE WAR ON TERRORISM.

SOT: BUSH "In order to win the war we must make sure the law enforcement

men and women have got the tools necessary, within the Constitution, to defeat the enemy."
THIS AS THE F-B-I IS SENDING A NEW ROUND OF WARNINGS. BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR ANYTHING SUSPICIOUS REGARDING CROP DUSTING PLANES AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS.

(SOT) John Ashcroft/Attorney General

11:23:14 Today I can report to you that our investigation has uncovered several individuals, including individuals who may have links to the hijackers, who fraudulently have obtained or attempted to obtain hazardous material transportation licenses.
AND THATS NOT ALL. IN WASHINGTON TODAY TWO WATCH-DOG GROUPS WARNED THAT THE NATIONS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS COULD BE EASILY TARGETED BY TERRORISTS AND DEMANDED SOLDIERS AND MISSILES BE PLACED AROUND EACH PLANT FOR PROTECTION.
REACHING FOR PROTECTION IN THE AIR, PILOTS WENT TO CAPITOL HILL TODAY HOPING LAWMAKERS WILL ALLOW THEM TO CARRY GUNS IN THE COCKPIT.

(SOT) CAPT. DUANE WOERTH/Air Line Pilots Association

"It is probably safe to say that the entire aviation industry ... enjoyed a false sense of security before Sept. 11. We must replace that false sense of security with a genuine sense of security."
CONGRESS ALSO CONSIDERED OTHER OPTIONS FOR AIR SAFETY INCLUDING A FEDERAL TAKEOVER OF PASSANGER SCREENING AND AIRLINE BAGGAGE.
IN AFGHANISTAN, OSAMA BIN LADENS ORGANIZATION AL-QAIDA CONTINUED ITS' CALL TO ARMS. IN A RELEASE TO NEWS ORGANIZATIONS IN PAKISTAN, BIN LADEN WARNED: "WHEREVER there are Americans and Jews, they will be targeted.''

THE WARNING COMES AS A REFUGEE CRISIS BREWS IN THE REGION WITH MORE THAN A MILLION AND A HALF AFGHANS TRYING TO LEAVE THEIR COUNTRY.

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GLOBAL FORCES ARE JOINING THE U.S IN THE FREEZE ON TERRORISM DOLLARS. FINANCE MINISTERS FROM THE WORLDS RICHEST NATIONS TODAY DECLARED TO LEAVE NO STONE UNTURNED IN THE EFFORT TO ATTACK THE POCKETBOOK OF TERRORISTS. A.S,CBS NEWS, WASH ))



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New York is fighting to return to something resembling normal. There are primary elections today. But nothing can take the headlines away from the thousands still listed as missing. Drew Levinson has more.
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(( AN EMOTIONAL VISIT FOR THE FIRST LADY. LAURA BUSH CAME TO NEW YORK CITY FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THE ATTACKS. SHE MET WITH FIREFIGHTERS ... AS WELL AS STUDENTS FORCED OUT OF THEIR SCHOOL WHILE THE CLEANUP CONTINUES.

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THESE SOBERING IMAGES OF NEW YORK ARE NOW SEEN AROUND THE WORLD EVERYDAY. THE CRUMBLED BUILDINGS. THE TWISTED METAL. THE SEEMINGLY ENDLESS SEARCH FOR SURVIVORS.
BUT TODAY, MAYOR RUDOLPH GIULIANI TRIED TO REMAIN POSITIVE. HE EMPHASIZED CRIME IN THE CITY IS WAY DOWN, AND THAT IT'S TIME FOR NEW YORKERS TO RESUME THEIR NORMAL LIVES.

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"You can decide to live your life the way Americans live their lives -- which is unafraid. There's no reason to have this increased fear."
THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE CONFIRMED DEAD HAS RISEN TO NEARLY 300. MORE THAN 6000 OTHERS ARE STILL MISSING, AND PRESUMED DEAD.
JERRY SEINFELD -- A TRIED-AND-TRUE NEW YORKER HIMSELF -- IS NOW OFFERING TO HELP THE VICTIMS' FAMILIES. HE'S PLANNING A BENEFIT SHOW FOR OCTOBER -- FEATURING AN ALL-STAR LINEUP OF FELLOW COMEDIANS.

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MEANWHILE, THE CITY'S MAYORAL CANDIDATES FINALLY CAST THEIR VOTES ... IN A PRIMARY THAT HAD BEEN POSTPONED. BUT VOTER TURNOUT IS EXPECTED TO BE LOW. THERE'S A GROWING PUSH FOR AN END TO TERM LIMITS ... SO THAT MAYOR GIULIANI CAN RUN FOR A THIRD TERM.

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Governor Jim Gilmore today announced the formation of a 25 member Virginia Preparedness and Security Panel.
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The panel will pick up on the anti-terrorism work Gilmore's had an advisory panel doing for him for two and a half years.
It will be headed up by former State Police Superintendent Wayne Huggins.
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The panel meets first in public session on Friday, but will have secret sessions to determine potential terrorist targets in the Commonwealth.
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Debris from the Pentagon will not be coming to the Smith Gap landfill afterall. Roanoke County officials received word this afternoon that the material is heading elsewhere.
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Joe Dashiell is at the county administration building with more on today's announcement.
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A Carroll County teenager will spend the next 21 years in prison for killing her 80 year old grandfather.
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Robin Martin was 15 years old when she shot John Mesics in the head with a 12 gauge shotgun.
It happened in July of 1999.
A jury convicted her of first degree murder last year.
Yesterday, a judge sentenced her to 21 years in prison.
Martin will be eligible for parole in 2020, when she is 36 years old.
The court also ordered her to pay 35 hundred dollars in restitution to her grandmother for her grandfather's funeral expenses.
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There's been another death attributed to yesterday's tornadoes that struck suburbs around Washington.
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A 78- year old volunteer firefighter collapsed and died after helping clean up the damage. Two sisters-- on the University of Maryland campus also died in the storms. The women were killed when winds overturned their car and tossed it around outside a dorm. The father of the dead sisters is also among the injured. The school canceled classes today as crews clean up. Several buildings were damaged and some mobile homes containing offices were destroyed.
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The Food and Drug Administration tells a drug maker to quit promoting one of its best selling drugs. We'll have the details after a short break,
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[VO] Also we'll see what steps a local university is taking to help promote women's health.
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A warning from the government to the makers of Vioxx. The government is telling Merck to cease promotions aimed at getting doctors to prescribe the arthritis painkiller. The Food and Drug Administration says the promotions minimize potential safety risks. The F-D-A says a recent study suggests Vioxx users face an increased risk of heart attacks and strokes. Merck says the study made a bad comparison that falsely indicated a risk for Vioxx. An F-D-A advisory panel has said Vioxx should carry a warning label about the potential risk.



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Women in the New River Valley now have one more place to turn for the healthcare.
It's all because a local University wants to make a brighter future for its neighbors.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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(( The start of the mobile clinic in March was just the beginning for Radford University in its quest to provide low cost medical services for the community.
And now it has taken another step by opening a Women's Health Clinic inside Waldron Hall.
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The Clinic offers a variety of services including: physical exams, lab tests like pap smears and blood sugar monitoring, birth control education,and nutrition counseling.
Stress management is also available including Reiki therapy. It is a natural healing method that focuses on the use of life force energy.
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The Women's Health Clinic will also be a training ground for students.
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And by providing medical services to the community, Radford University hopes to fill the gap for many Southwest Virginians in need of affordable healthcare.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Radford.))

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You can learn a lot from a dummy. That's what some Radford University students will find out in the coming weeks.
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They will have a chance to practice their nursing skills on a Human Patient Simulator.
It not only breaths -- it also has a heart beat -- and can be given more than 50 drugs intravenously.
The mannequin is anatomically correct --and can become a man or woman.
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((JANET BOETTCHER/NURSING SCHOOL DIRECTOR:YOU CAN DO THINGS TO THIS PATIENT SIMULATOR THAT YOU WOULD NEVER DO ON A REAL PERSON TO PRACTICE AND TEST. THE COMPUTER SET-UP ALLOWS THE TEACHER TO DO THINGS WITHOUT STUDENTS KNOWING WHAT IT IS SO IT'S A GOOD TEST))
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The mannequin can simulate different patient scenarios. And if not given the proper treatment it can even die.
Radford University is now one of few nursing schools in the country to have a patient simulator.
It costs about 150-thousand dollars.
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A school in the New River Valley is making it easier for hearing impaired and deaf children to get an education.
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Michelle Barker is certified in deaf instruction and sign interpretation. A teacher at The Little Lambs Christian Day Care and Preschool, she's trained to teach hearing and deaf students. The school says its program for the hearing impaired and deaf is a first in the N-R-V. Barker wants to reach kids while they're young.
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((MICHELLE BARKER/TEACHER AND INTERPRETER; SO THAT THE DEAF CHILDREN CAN GET THE EDUCATION AT THE EARLY STAGES INSTEAD OF WAITING TILL THEY GET INTO SCHOOL AND THEN THEY'RE SO FAR BEHIND BECAUSE THEY DON'T HAVE THE LANGUAGE THAT THEY NEED.))
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So far there no hearing impaired or deaf students enrolled at the school. But coming up on News 7 at 6, we'll tell you why the director believes there's a real need for the service.
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Coming up today following Weather, we'll see if the stock market can continue to rebound from last week's losses,
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And then a little bit later, we will meet a local famer who is one of the latest Survivor contestants to compete for a million dollar prize.
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A driver for one of NASCAR's leading teams says he is done for the season. Steve Mason will tell us who it is today in Sports,
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[VO] and Neiman Marcus is out with its latest Christmas Catalog, but if you want some of these items, you better start saving your money.
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Wall Street not only managed to survive a choppy trading session, but has extended yesterday's powerful gains.
The major market averages fluctuated all day long as bargain hunters continued to pick through a market that sank sharply last week, while some investors locked-in profits following yesterday's rally.
Alexis Christoforous has our Marketwatch report.
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Good afternoon folks, welcome to your ticker.
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Last season, Central Florida scored 21 points and passed for 362 yards agianst Virginia Tech. Mike Stevens says duplicating those numbers this Saturday will be nearly impossible.
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Mike Skinner and Richard Childress racing are ending their relationship a few months earlier than expected.
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It was already reported Skinner was leaving the number 31 Chevrolet after the 2001 season. But Skinner will undergo surgeyon his injured left knee and then begin rehab in order to prepare for the 2002 season, thus ending this season.


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Robby Gordon will takes Skinner's place and drive in the remaining 10 Winston Cup races.[S5-Jordan]


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Finally, it's official. Michael Jordan is coming out of retirement. Jordan made his announcement through a press release today. He will sign a two year deal to play for the Washington Wizards. The 38 year old ends his three year retirement and will donate his entire salary for the upcoming season to relief agencies working with victims of the recent terrorist attacks in D.C. and in New York.
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Can a goat farmer from Southwest Virginia "Survive" in Kenya, Africa?
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That's what 46-year-old Tom Buchanan of Smyth County is going to find out in the upcoming season of "Survivor". His stategy is simple -
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((TOM BUCHANAN, 46, GOAT FARMER, RICH VALLEY, VA 01:32;15 "WHAT I CAN TELL, THE STRONG WILL SURVIVE, THE WEAK WILL PERISH))
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The hit reality series will introduce America to it's latest castaways next month. Participants on "Survivor: Africa" will be split into teams named after exhisting African tribes. They'll be competing in a massive reserve - home to some of the most dangerous animals in the world.
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It may seem a little early, but Neiman Marcus wants you to think about your Christmas shopping.
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The department store has published its 75th annual Christmas catalog.
Well known for its luxury items, this year's catalog features a Bell 430 Helicopter for 6-point-seven million dollars.
If that is too much for you, you may want to go with the Limited Edition Lexus Convertible for 70 thousand dollars.


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