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Today on News 7 at 5, President Bush has a new plan to protect the nation's airports. We'll have the details in a live report.
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and a local company is taking a big hit on Wall Street as its stock value drops sharply. [Weather-Head]
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Also today, there is another battle over a sign at Smith Mountain Lake. This time the chicken sign has some new friends.
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and on health check, we'll see an animal clinic that is going on the road with its battle against pet overpopulation


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These are pictures of 19 suspected hijackers-
The government hopes Ameircans might see the photos and recognize them-
While President Bush is urging Americans to take to the skies.
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President Bush is calling for air marshals on planes- in hopes of getting Americans back in the air.
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He's also authorized governors to call up of the National Guard to protect airports over the next few months.
How that will affect the Roanoke airport- in just a moment, but first the national picture from Aleen Sirgany who's live in Washington.
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(( THEY ARE THE FACES OF TERROR: THE 19 MEN THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SAYS HIJACKED FOUR PLANES ON SEPTEMBER 11. ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASCROFT SAYS IT'S PART OF A NATIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH AND HE HOPES IT WILL SPARK A MEMORY. John Ashcroft/Attorney General: "It is our hope that the release of these photos will prompt others who may have seen the hijackers or been in contact with them to contact the FBI with any information." IN AN EFFORT TO INJECT A DOSE OF CONFIDENCE... AND SECURITY IN THE SKIES , PRESIDENT BUSH ANNOUNCED HIS AIR SAFETY PLAN AT CHICAGOS OHARE AIRPORT. Bush: "For the sake of every passenger, every crew member and every pilot, we are going to make our airline security stronger and more reliable." THERE WILL BE MORE ARMED MARSHALS ON COMMERCIAL FLIGHTS AND STRONGER COCKPIT DOORS. SECURITY IN AIRPORTS WILL BE BEEFED UP, TOO, WITH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TAKING OVER PASSENGER SCREENING AND BAGGAGE CHECKS. WHILE THE PLAN IS BEING PUT INTO ACTION THE NATION'S GOVERNORS HAVE BEEN ASKED TO CALL UP THEIR NATIONAL GUARD UNITS.. TO PROTECT AIRPORTS OVER THE NEXT FEW MONTHS. AND THE MILITARY HAS BEEN AUTHORIZED TO SHOOT DOWN ANY CIVILIAN AIRLINER THAT APPEARS TO BE THREATENING A U.S CITY. BUT THE PENTAGON ASSURES..., NO SHOT WILL BE FIRED WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE TOP. Gen. Hugh Shelton/RETIRING CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF : Don't get the impression that anyone who's flying around out there has a loose trigger finger. That's not the case. THE U.S. GOVERNMENT HAS BEEN COOL TO SUGGESTIONS THAT THE REVEREND JESSE JACKSON TAKE WHAT HE CALLS A PEACE DELEGATION TO PAKISTAN. JACKSON CLAIMS AFGHANISTAN'S RULING TALIBAN INVITED HIM. AND THAT SAME RULING PARTY SAYS IT HAS NOW DELIVERED A MESSAGE TO OSAMA BIN LADEN. LEAVE AFGHANISTAN. ALEEN SIRGANY CBS NEWS LIVE IN WASHINGTON, NOW BACK TO YOU. ))




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Governor Gilmore today said he would comply with President Bush's suggestion and let the National Guard take care of security at state airports.
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Shannon Young is at the Roanoke Regional Airport with more on what that could mean to local travellers.
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It's going to be tougher to get in and out of New York City-
Rudolph Giuliani says don't take offense.. be patient.
He warned that people might be asked to stop and sometimes vehicles may be searched.
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The recovery today at ground zero produced remains and more prayers-
Rescue crews continue digging through rubble by hand in hopes of finding more remains for families to identify.
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A mass shooting in Switzerland's state parliament building.
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Fourteen people are dead after a gunman stormed the local assembly in the Swiss town of Zug.
Among the dead.. three local government leaders.
Police say the man killed 13 people and injured 16 others before killing himself.
Lawmakers hit the floor in panic and journlists ducked behind desks.
It is the worstattack on record in Switzerland.
Police say the man reportedly had a grievance against government officials.
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A private landowner and lumber company are heading to court- over the use of a road.
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Mary Ann Capp says Turman Lumber's trucks are traveling on her property to get to a logging operation. Capp asked them to stop, wrote a letter and even blocked access to the road with a group of friends and neighbors.
Turman Lumber got a court injunction allowing the trucks to use it, so Capp filed a counter suit.
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The lumber company president Mike Turman says it's a civil matter for the court and that the business does have right of way. The case will be heard in Montgomery County on October 11th.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll look at the problems of Roanoke's Optical Cable as the value of its stock takes some tough hits.
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[VO] Also another Smith Mountain Lake business owner is having trouble with the community's sign law. So he's resorting to a little monkey business.
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The value of Optical Cable' stock has plummeted over the last few weeks ... just as the company's president finished selling more than five million dollars' of personal holdings.
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News 7 Business Reporter Jennifer Miele now with more.
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Jean, Optical Cable Corporation's president Bob Kopstein was forced to sell massive amounts of his stock this summer... stock he had used as collateral on other investments.
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When that collateral lost much of its value, lenders came knocking, and Kopstein was forced to unload.
You're looking at a list of his transactions from July 20th through September 19th.
628 thousand shares sold, worth more than five million dollars.
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What analysts say caught their eye was that Kopstein was selling his stock during the same time the company was buying it back.
We don't know whether ALL his shares were sold to meet lenders' demands ... nor if all were sold to the company.
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Earlier this year Kopstein, said he was selling stock to raise money for an expansion in China.
We do not have word if those plans are still in place. I tried calling and e-mailing both him and his Chief Financial Officer numerous times today.
They did not get back to me.
We'll tell you what this means for company operations tonight at six.
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It's getting to be a zoo these days at Smith Mountain Lake.
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First, there was the chicken.
Now, there's the ape, the giraffe and the tiger.
Developer Steve Scott put the fiberglass trio by the road after the planning commission said his Westlake Commons sign violated a county ordinance.
Scott borrowed the creatures from neighbor Joe Altadonna, who ran afoul of the planning commission with his eight-foot rooster.
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((STEVE SCOTT/DEVELOPER: OBVIOUSLY THE CHICKEN GOT QUITE A BIT OF ATTENTION, SO WE FELT LIKE IF WE PUT THE ANIMALS THERE, IT WOULD SHOW A VERY STRONG DISTINCTION OF WHAT IS ALLOWED UNDER OUR PRESENT ORDINANCES AND WHAT'S NOT ALLOWED UNDER OUR PRESENT ORDINANCES.))
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The county told Scott he may be able to keep his sign up if he makes the writing on it smaller.
On News-7 at 6, find out what he hopes his new roadside display will accomplish.
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In Virginia last year 145-thousand unwanted cats and dogs were killed because they didn't have homes.
More than 10-thousand of those animals were destroyed in the Roanoke Valley.
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But as Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tell us a new organization, Angels of (a-SISSY) Assisi, is hoping to stop that.
Joy how do the plan to do that?
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Jean,
The organization has started a mobile spay and neuter clinic.
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The Clinic travels all around the area -- offering free or low-cost spay and neuter services.
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Doctor Kelly Farrell has a busy day on her hands --she has 22 cats and 6 dogs to spay or neuter.
Five days week the Angels of Assisi mobile clinic is out in the community hoping to make a difference by decreasing pet overpopulation.
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((OUR MAIN MISSION IS TO TRY AND SAVE THE LIVES OF THE ANIMALS TO STOP UNNECESSARY KILLING IN SHELTER WHERE ANIMALS HAVE TO BE PUT TO SLEEP BECAUSE THERE ARE NO HOMES FOR THEM)) [RUNS11]
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On this day --the Salem Animal Shelter is using the service. The Shelter says this will help with the adoption of the animals.
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Every year the shelter say it has to put sleep about 300 dogs and cats. And officials that is low compared to most shelters.
And its all the more reason why Angels of Assisi want to make sure that those in need have access to its services.
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((WE'RE LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO COULD NOT OTHERWISE AFFORD STANDARD VET --AND IF YOU ARE ON PUBLIC ASSISTANCE OR IF YOU HAVE AN ESPECIALLY NEEDY SITUATION WE EVEN OFFER SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR THAT)) [RUNS12]
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In the 45 days its been on road -- the mobile clinic has spayed or neutered nearly 5-hundred animals.
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For more information about the mobile clinic or to book an appointment.
You can contact Angels of Assisi at 1-888-661-1113.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will take us to the Salem Museum where some dolls are putting on the ritz.
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The Salem Museum is taking a long look at fashion. It is highlighting one hundred years of style.
A collection of paper mache' dolls is wearing the best clothes of the last century.
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Jacey Birch brings us to 'Bonnets and Bloomers', the historical clothing exhibit at the Salem Museum.
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Coming up today in Sports, another long time N-B-A star signs a new contract. Roy Stanley has the details,
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[VO] and one of the largest toy companies in the World says it wants to spend the holidays in Roanoke.
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On Wall Street today, a late rally in the blue chips gave the Dow Jones a boost- that after it spent most of the day in negative territory.
Market watchers say investors apparently believe the blue chips are a safe investment.
Alexis Christoforous explains.
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Tanglewood Mall will be home to a major toy store for a little while longer.
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F-A-O Schwarz has decided to stay though the Christmas Season.
The store set up shop in the Old Brendle's building last month and planned to stay only through October.
But sales were so good, they've decided to stay through the end of the year.
The store sells toys and other specialty items out of the 50-thousand square foot building.
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Thank you Jean and good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Thursday 2 minute ticker.
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As people around the nation continue to work to get back on their feet, folks in all parts of the world are still reaching out to lend a helping hand. The Ashley Plantation golf course in Botetourt County is doing its part with a special captain's choice fund raising event next month.
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The ACC experienced a changing of the guard last weekend when Florida State and Clemson, two of the conference's top teams lost to underdogs.
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The 19th ranked Tigers fell to Virginia 26-24 on a last second touchdown catch by Billy McMullen.
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FSU was beaten by North Carolina 41 to 9. It marked the first win over a top five program in UNC football history.


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John Stockton could be playing for the Utah Jazz on his 41-st birthday.
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The 39 year old Stockton has agreed to a 2 year contract with the Jazz. The package is believed to be worth 8 million dollars a yeyar, a pay cut for the N-B-A's leader in assists and Steals.
Stockton, who was drafted by the Jazz in 1984 and has played his entire career with Utah, made 11 million dollars last season.
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The Friday Football Extra crew is gearing up for week number five we'll show you the scheduled of games coming up at six.
And Jean will be back in a moment.



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The State Fair of Virginia fired up today, with a two-pronged public relations approach.
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The fair has beefed up security, and is playing up its patriotic themes.
What could be a more American than spending a day at the State Fair?
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((JAY LUGAR/STATE FAIR OF VIRGINIA: WE'RE HEARING FROM FAIRS ALL OVER THE EAST COAST THAT HAVE RUN SINCE SEPTEMBER 11TH THAT PEOPLE WANT TO BE A PART OF THE COMMUNITY NOW. THEY WANT TO FEEL A PART OF SOMETHING BIG AND COME TOGETHER. AND THIS IS A GOOD CHANCE FOR PEOPLE TO COME TOGETHER AND MAYBE START HAVING SOME FUN.))
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The Fair runs through October 7th at the Richmond Raceway Complex.
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