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Today on News 7 at 5, as America plans its response to this month's terrorist attacks, the U-S Embassy in Afghanistan is overrun. We'll have a live report.
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and yet another national airlines says it is trimming service AND thousands of jobs.
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Once again the story is cooler than normal weather. We will be slipping down into the 30s and 40s again tonight.

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On health check, we'll look at the problems of internet addiction and what can be done about it.
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And in Sports, a veteran quarterback needs a new job after his team gives him the ax.
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And as the last standing piece of the Twin Towers tumbles down- a Virginia man is arrested- someone officials say could be a crucial connection to the terrorist attacks.
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The Virginia man is being held without bond.... Authorities reportedly found his name and number in a car registered to one of the hijackers.
Meanwhile in New York, family members of the missing are now beginning to apply for death certificates for their loved ones.
Aleen Sirgany is following the story and joins us with the latest from Washington.
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(( IN A COURTHOUSE NOT FAR FROM THE PENTAGON, THIS MAN, MOHAMMED ABDI, WAS ORDERED HELD WITHOUT BOND: DESCRIBED AS AN ESSENTIAL WITNESS IN THE ATTACKS, AND MAYBE MORE. INVESTIGATORS FOUND HIS NAME AND NUMBER IN A CAR REGISTERED TO ONE OF THE HIJACKERS, AND SAY THERE ARE MORE LINKS BETWEEN THE MEN. Brent Davis/Condominium Property Manager: Hed be the guy next door to you at the grocery store. Nothing about him that will set off warning bells. AS THE HUNT FOR CONSPIRATORS BROADENS BY THE DAY... PRESIDENT BUSH VISITED THE C-I-A, TO THANK WORKERS. THE PRESIDENT ONCE MORE EMPHASISED THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES MUST BE GIVEN INCREASED WIRE TAPPING PRIVILEGES.. AND WARNED THE U-S CAN NOT AFFORD TO BACK DOWN. BUSH: We must never forget that this is a long struggle, that there are evil people in the world who hate America. And we won't relent. The folks who conducted to act on our country on September 11th made a big mistake. They underestimated America. IN AFGHANISTAN TODAY, THOUSANDS OF PROTESTORS STORMED THE ABANDONED U.S EMBASSY..TEARING DOWN THE U.S SEAL. THEy SHOUTED DEATH TO AMERICA AS THEY DESTROYED EVERYTHING IN SIGHT. TO HELP EASE TENSIONS AMONG COMMUNITIES IN THE US... PRESIDENT BUSH MET WITH MUSLIM LEADERS , IN WASHINGTON.. CALLING FOR TOLERANCE OF MUSLIMS AND ARAB AMERICANS.))


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Pictures will no longer be allowed at the site of the World Trade Center attacks-
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This is now considered a crime scene and pictures will not be allowed.
Meanwhile Mayor Rudolph Giuliani today announced new limits on driving in parts of the city- You must have at least two people in a car.
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Meanwhile the last huge piece of the twin towers came down today- the Mayor says it'll take six to nine months to clear the site.
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Another major airlines is cutting jobs.
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Delta Air Lines says it will cut 13 thousand jobs in response to falling demand after the September 11th attacks.
The Atlanta based carrier says it will trim its flight schedule by 15 percent beginning in November.
Delta is also suspending half of its Delta Express flights to Florida because of the dramatic decline in leisure travel.
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A Cincinnati police officer was acquited today of negligent homicide in the shooting death of a black teenager in April.
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Nineteen year old Timothy Thomas was wanted on a number of warrants and ran from authorities.
Officer Steven Roach shot and killed Thomas when the un-armed Thomas refused to show his hands.
The judge said the shooting was a split-second reaction to a very dangerous situation , but it was a reasonable response on Roach's part.
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Roach says he would do anything to reverse his actions that night. The shooting lead to the city's worst racial unrest in 30 years. Today civil rights leader said they were appalled by the verdict, but urged residents to remain calm.
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The brother of murder victim Rico Hilton has made a deal that'll cost him 2-thousand dollars and four years in prison.

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Ricardo Hilton was wanted on a parole violation when police spotted him coming out of his mother's house on Spring Hill Drive July 4th. He ran inside. It took two hours, but they eventually arrested him in the attic. On the way downtown, Hilton kicked out the rear window of the patrol car and ran.
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Under a plea agreement, the judge today sentenced Hilton to serve a year plus 90 days for the escape and damage to police property... that's after he serves THREE years for violating parole on a cocaine possession charge.
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A local college professor accused of having sex with a minor has surrendered to police. We'll have the details after this break.
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[VO] Also investigators say four firefighters killed fighting a wildfire did not have to perish.
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A Forest Serivce report says four firefighters died in Washington state last July because safety rules were not followed.
Jennifer Miller has the details.
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(( Narr: As firefighters fought to get the "Thirty Mile" fire in Washington's Cascade Mountains under control last summer, their commanders failed to follow the most basic saftey rules ... failures investigators now say... that led to the death of four young firefighters.
Jim Furnish, U.S. Forest Service, Chief Investigator Throughout this incident, from beginning to end, the fire potential was underestimated.
The U.S. Forest Service report cites a number of mistakes on July 10th when fourteen firefighters and two civilians were trapped as the fire burned from canyon rim to canyon rim. At critical times, fire managers and forest personal failed to assess the behavior and flammability of the fire. They were unaware of wind shifts and failed to to identify escape routes.
Jim Furnish: Death and injury were preventable if various actions had been taken throughout the day
THE INITIAL ASSESSMENT of the fire SHOWED THE BLAZE HAD THE POTENTIAL TO GROW LARGE. BUT LEADERS TREATED IT AS A MOP-UP JOB . They .. SENT IN TIRED FIRE FIGHTERS .. Their HOSES WOULD PROVE INNEFFECTIVE. SPOT FIRES IGNITED SO QUICKLY CREWS COULD NOT KEEP UP.

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While emergency fire shelters saved the lives of some of the trapped fire-fighters , four died from breathing the superheated air beneath those tent-like aluminum blankets.
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After being sought on sex charges for nearly a week, a Virginia Military Institute professor has turned himself into authorities.
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History professor Paul (peer-PAUL-ee) Pierpaoli surrendered yesterday. He has been released on 20-thousand-dollars bond, and will be allowed to leave Virginia to be with his parents in South Carolina.
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Pierpaoli has been charged with carnal knowledge of a minor and using a computer to solicit sex with a minor. A court date has not been set.
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In Health Check tonight,
For some people the Internet is more than just a research tool or favorite past time -- it's actually an addiction.


And for those who become addicted -- logging off may require professional help.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has been looking into this issue.
Joy what did you find out?
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Jean,
I found out that it may be easier than you think to get hooked to the Internet.
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And once you're hooked -- you may not even realize that you're an addict. But it can ultimately take its toll on your personal life.
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There are five types of Internet Addiction. Cybersexual Addiction --individuals typically view or trade on-line pornography. They may also be involved in chat rooms where they engage in adult fantasy role playing. Cyber-Relational Addiction --individuals become over involved in on-line relationships. On-line friends quickly become more important than real life relationships.
Net Gaming -- this include obsessive gambling, stock trading or shopping.
Information Overload --individuals suffering with this type of addiction --have a compulsive behavior when it comes to suffering the web.
And lastly, Computer Addiction --the person becomes obsessed with computer games.
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((DR COOPER WHO IS A RESEARCHER IN THIS AREA INDICATED THAT PEOPLE WHO SPEND LESS THAN AN HOUR A WEEK MAYBE LOOKING AT PORNOGRAPHIC SITE THIS IS NOT CONSIDERED COMPULSIVE USE. BUT WHEN YOU GET ABOVE 11 HOURS A PER WEEK THEN YOU REALLY HAVE SOMETHING TO WORRY ABOUT)) [RUNS15]
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Breit says there are several web sites that can help the addict --but she says professional help may be need.
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If you would like more information on Internet addiction you can contact The Centra Health Assessment Center at 1-800-947-5442.
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A New River Valley nursing home is setting up a petting zoo for residents.
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15-miniature horses are making a new home at the Highland Ridge Rehab Center in Dublin. The owners raise the breed on their Stuart farm and use them here for pet therapy. Highland Ridge residents, their families and community members can interact with the animals.
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The activities director at the home says the 15-horses lift the residents' spirits.
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Coming up a little later, we'll see a new C-D put together by some local high school musicians,
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Coming up next we'll see how investors in the stock market fared today,
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On Wall Street today, stocks have taken a couple of steps back as investors collected their profits following a two-day advance.
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Welcome folks to the midweek ticker.
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The honeymoon is over and so is the marriage. This afternoon the Redskins cut badboy quarterback Jeff George just two games into the season.
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More on this move and words from new signee Kent Graham on News 7 at Six.

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Bassett won the schools first girls basketball state championship last year and finisehd 28 and 2. But parity is the name of the game in the Piedmont District this season. Steve Mason has more in Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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((Bassett leads the pack in the Piedmont District. The Bengals are dealing with the pressure that comes from defending a state championship, they graduated three starters and nine players off last year's varsity and they have a new coach. But this team is 8 and 1. ((:))
4 returning varisty players are providing leadership and the Bengals have the heart of a former heavyweight champion and Oliver McCall is proud of his daughter Shirley. ((:)) ((:))
There is a three way district tie for first with Martinsville and Laurel Park. The Bulldogs are 3 and OH. 4 starters are back. ((:))
The Lancers are 8 and 1 and 3 and OH in the Peidmont. 3 starters are back from last years state final four team that lost to Northside. Three seniors are providing leadership on a team that knows the areas that need work. ((:)) Patrick County is 2 and 1 in the Piedmont and Magna Vista is also a district contender along with Tunstall Dan River and Fieldale-Collinsville. Steve Mason HHW.))
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Coming up at six, the Dazzle introduces former Uva star Harold Deane as the NBDL team's second player.

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Students at Roanoke's Fairview Elementary are helping victims of the recent terrorist attacks one penny at a time.
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Since last Thursday students in Susan Bisset's fifth grade class have been holding a penny drive and gathering donations from family and friends. Each day they call for other classrooms to pitch in additional funds. The result is more than one thousand dollars which will be sent to the Fallen Firefighters Fund in New York. The boy behind the idea says he thinks such efforts are effort are unique to smaller communities.
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The penny drive ended today. Bisset says students raised just under eleven-hundred dollars.
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Teens sometimes get a bad rap for listening to music with dirty lyrics- but locally some teens recorded a C-D with none of that.
Tonight several high school students will be honored for their work.
It is the first annual Encore Music Awards- held at the Dumas hotel in Roanoke.
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Students will get awards for best lyrics and best vocal performance-
The teens made the CD at the Downtown Music lab- a place where students can play and record as long as they don't use foul language, drugs or violence.
The lab promises to "open a world of music for students"
It's fitting the students CD is called A world of music.
The awards are tonight at seven- Tickets are five dollars.
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