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U-S and British special forces troops are on the ground in Afghanistan. A live update tops News 7 at Five tonight.
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And we'll see how a Roanoke company's robots are keeping an eye on some Army installations.
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A typical fall evening, but a perfect night for high school sports. Details coming up.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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In Health check, chronic pain can bring some people's lives to a standstill...
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But a new local pain management program is changing that... without using heavy medication.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


And Mike Stevens has a rundown of tonight's high school football games.
News 7 at Five is next.

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((I'VE SAID IT LOUD AND CLEAR SOMETIMES AMERICANS WILL BE ABLE TO SEE WHAT WE DON THEIR TELEVISION SCREENS. OTHER TIMES THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WON'T BE ABLE TO SEE WHAT WE'RE DOING.))
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And today President Bush said he will not talk publicly about what action America will take..
That, he says could jeopardize the mission.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Good evening...

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Meanwhile the latest effort by Pakistan to get the leaders of Afghanistan to turn over Osama Bin Laden.. has not worked.
One Pakistani official says he thinks the Taliban's top leader is not afraid of war with the United States.
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Aleen Sirgany is following the story and joins us live from Washington with more details.
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((IT IS A MANUAL OF TERROR... WRITTEN IN ARABIC ...STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CARRY OUT THE ATTACKS. TODAY THE FBI RELEASED THE NOTE.. FOUND AT THREE LOCATIONS... DULLES AIRPORT, ANOTHER IN THE LUGGAGE OF ONE OF HI-JACKERS AND A THIRD IN THE WRECKAGE OF THE PENNSYLVANIA PLANE. Sot: Attorney General,John Ashcroft. TRACK: WE ARE NOW GETTING A CLOSER LOOK AT THE MAN AUTHORITIES SAY TAUGHT FOUR OF THE HIJACKERS HOW TO FLY. LOTFI RAISSI, AN ALGERIAN PILOT, REMAINS IN A LONDON JAIL AND COULD BE EXTRIDICTED TO THE UNITED STATES. TRACK: IN PAKISTAN....THOUSANDS TOOK TO THE STREETS, BURNING AMERICAN FLAGS AND CARRYING POSTCARDS READING: "OSAMA IS OUR HERO". IN NEIGBORING AFGHANISTAN ..THE RULING TALIBAN PARTY IS STILL REFUSING U-S DEMANDS TO HAND OVER BIN LADEN . A MEETING BETWEEN A PAKISTANI DELEGATION AND THE TALIBAN REPORTEDLY ENDED WITH NO PROGRESS. PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS THE TIME FOR TALK IS LONG OVER.
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"There is no negotiations with the Taliban. They heard what I said. And now they can act." (10) U-S AND BRITISH TROOPS HAVE REPORTEDLY ALREADY MADE RECONNAISANCE MISSIONS INTO AFGHANISTAN. ))
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A couple of related notes.. [++++++++++] [TAKE pinnacle board]
Jesse Jackson says he probably will not accept an invitation from Afghanistan. He says the offer for him to mediate their dispute with the U-S may just be a delay tactic on their part. [reveal pinnacle]
The White House says there's been no decision whether to reopen the Reagan National Airport outside Washington.
A Spokeman says Presidnet Bush is still considering what to do. [reveal pinnacle]
And a web site to give doctors informatoin on how to deal with the medical effects of biological and chemical attacks has gotten several thousand hits.
The site offers free lectures on how to deal with with the effects.
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Virginia's economy has taken "a major hit."
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That today from Governor Jim Gilmore, addressing his newly formed Preparedness and Security Panel.
The Governor warns that the September 11th attacks could have a long term impact on Virginia's fiscal health -- as well as the security of its people.
His greatest immediate concern is re-opening Reagan National Airport.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: THE GOAL HERE IS TO CREATE A SECURITY SYSTEM SECURE ENOUGH THAT IS SECURE ENOUGH SO THAT WE'RE SURE THAT A PLANE COMING DOWN THE POTOMAC RIVER DOES NOT DEVIATE INTO ONE OF THE BUILDINGS CAUSING HISTORIC CATASTROPHES. I BELIEVE THAT THAT KIND OF SECURITY...GET VIRGINIANS BACK TO WORK. VIRGINIA IS SUFFERING THE IMPACT OF REAGAN NATIONAL AIRPORT BEING CLOSED. NO ONE ELSE.))
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The panel will meet entirely in closed session next Friday -- to discuss confidential security issues around the Commonwealth.
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[5-Cybermotion]


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A local company is eyeing some major military security contracts.
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Cybermotion of Roanoke created this fella, and he's definitely got his eye on YOU.
He's a 130 thousand dollar robot called "Cyberguard" -- and the digital camera attached to him records and broadcasts everything he sees.
Cyberguard has just enlisted in the Army.
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((JOHN M. HOLLAND: THIS ROBOT WILL GO INTO ARMY WAREHOUSES, PETROL THE WAREHOUSES, USUALLY IN OFF OURS AND IT WILL PERFORM CONTINUOUS INVENTORY OF THE DANGEROUS WEAPONS AND EXPLOSIVES AND THINGS IN THE WAREHOUSE.))
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The robot sounds an alarm if the weapons its guarding are moved even slightly.
Cyberguard is the third robot the Army has purchased this month.
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As the U-S prepares for war, security is on the minds of ordinary citizens too.
In some parts of the nation, weapons sales are up- and one item in high demand- gas masks.
Jennifer Miller has more.
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[SUPER=143-Denver, CO; :16]
[SUPER=141-Ryan Callighan/Gun Buyer; :28]
[SUPER=141-Mark Landers/Store Manager; :37]
[SUPER=141-Jennifer Miller/Reporting; :45]
[Super=141-Maj. Chris Petty/Colorado National Guard; 1:07]
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((AS AMERICA'S TROOPS PREPARE FOR WAR, SO DO ITS CITIZENS. AT THIS GUNSHOP IN INDIANAPOLIS THE DEMAND FOR HANDGUNS ... HAS TURNED TO ASSAULT WEAPONS. IN DENVER ... GUNSALES AT THIS STORE HAVE SHOT UP A-THOUSAND PERCENT SINCE SEPTEMBER 11TH. MOST BUY HANDGUNS AND SHOTGUNS ... BUT RYAN CALLIGHAN IS ARMING HIMSELF WITH AN AK 47 SEMI-AUTOMATIC ASSAULT RIFLE. RYAN CALLIGHAN/GUN BUYER "I don't anticipate on using it, but if I need to it's there." AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY, GAS MASKS ARE IN SHORT SUPPLY. IN DENVER, STORES ARE SOLD OUT. MARK LANDERS/ STORE MANAGER "Probably two weeks before we could get something to you." JENNIFER MILLER BUT AMERICANS WHO ARE BUYING THEM MAY NOT BE GETTING THE PROTECTION THEY WANT. SOME MASKS ARE NOT EQUIPPED FOR BIOLOGICAL OR CHEMICAL WARFARE, AND THOSE THAT ARE MAY NOT BE ENOUGH. GAS MASKS ARE TRADITIONALLY WORN TO PROTECT AGAINST TEAR GAS. BUT FOR BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL WARFARE .... THE MILITARY USES DIFFERENT MASKS AND BODY SUITS. AND MAJOR CHRIS PETTY SAYS EVEN THESE ARE NOT FOOL-PROOF MAJOR CHRIS PETTY/DEPUTY COMMANDER FOR 8TH WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION CIVIL SUPPORT TEAM. "I guess the bottom line Jennifer is personal protective equipment is a very complicated business and going to a store and buying an old military mask will not solve all your problems." THE PUBLIC NEEDS TO KNOW THAT FAST MEDICAL TREATMENT AFTER AN ATTACK..IS CRUCIAL. BUT MAJOR PETTY SAYS HE IS CONVINCED THE PROBABILITY OF ANY ATTACK IS LOW. AND IF THERE WERE ONE ...EXPOSURE COULD COME FAST..TOO FAST FOR A MASK TO HELP. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS DENVER))

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New options for folks suffering from chronic pain... options that don't involve high-powered narcotics.
That's next on News 7 at Five.
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And it's been years in the making... today, Roanoke's police department moved into its new home.
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[5-Chronic-Pain]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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In Health Check tonight, those suffering with chronic pain often face a major lifestyle adjustment.
Some people turn to medication to ease the pain... but a new program is now offering an alternative.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with the story how the program's helped a local woman.
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Jean, Rosa June says her pain was so intense it affected many aspects of her life.
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It even got the point where she no longer enjoyed spending time with friends --but that's not the case anymore.
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(( Rosa June has suffered from chronic pain in her lower back for the past three years.
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((ROSA JUNE/CHRONIC PAIN PATIENT: IT HAS BEEN THE POINT SOME DAYS I WOULD JUST CRY --CRY CAUSE I JUST DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO --THE MEDICINE WASN'T WORKING --IT SEEMED LIKE NOTHING SEEMED TO HELP)) [RUNS14]
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That was before she turned to the pain managment program at Total Life Counseling.
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(( DR. MARLANE KNUPPEL/PAIN MANAGEMENT DIR:OUR HOPE IS THAT PATIENT WOULD NOT HAVE TO TAKE THE NARCOTIC MEDICATION BECAUSE IT'S A CHRONIC PROBLEM --YOU CERTAINLY DON'T WANT HAVE THOSE PATIENTS TAKING ADDICTIVE MEDICATION --FOR MONTH AND MONTHS AND EVEN YEARS IN SOME CASES)) [RUNS14]
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The pain managment program focuses on five areas of treatment.
Physical therapy helps the patient improve flexibility and mobility.
Occupational therapy helps the patient handle daily activities more effectively and efficently..
Counseling teached the patient deal with issues such as depression and anger.
Biofeedback offers relaxation techniques for the patient.
And Patient education teaches the patient ways to deal with issues like stress management.
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((DR. MARLANE KNUPPEL/PAIN MANAGEMENT DIR:IT'S REALLY A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO TREATING CHRONIC PAIN -- I THINK OUR PRIMARY GOAL IS TO PROVIDE HOPE AND IMPROVE THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE)) [RUNS09]
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For June --it's meant she can sit for longer 30 minutes at a time --and life is finally getting back to normal.
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((ROSA JUNE/CHRONIC PAIN PATIENT: I JUST DIDN'T THINK I COULD HANDLE IT --BUT THEY TAUGHT ME YOU CAN HANDLE ANYTHING--AND THE PAIN LEVEL NOW IT'S GONE WAY --WAY DOWN FROM WHAT IT HAS BEEN)) [RUNS12]
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If you would information about the Pain Managment program ... at Total Life Counseling you can call 540-989-1383.
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Jean,

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Facing a budget deficit, Blacksburg Transit says it needs to cutback routes.
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The agency is proposing to stop service at 10 p-m Monday through Saturday and end it on Sundays. Changes would go into effect January 14th. Over 90-percent of bus riders are Virginia Tech students. Transit officials say within a semester's time, the proposed cuts will save 80-thousand dollars.
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((HEATHER BROWNING/TOWN OF BLACKSBURG; STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDING HAVE LEVELED OUT WERE SEEING AN INCREASE IN OUR SERVICE AND AT THE SAME TIME AN INCREASE IN FUEL COSTS AND OPERATING COSTS.))
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There will be two public hearings on the issue.
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[WIPE TO FULL SCREEN PINNACLE] The first is October 9th, 8 p-m at Virginia Tech and the second is at 7:30 on October 10th at the Blacksburg Transit Building. Coming up on News 7 at 6, we'll hear reaction from the Tech campus.
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It took more than fifteen years to move from concept to construction, but the city of Roanoke's new police building is now open for business.
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City officials dedicated the building on Campbell Avenue this morning.
The "five- point- two" million dollar project includes 35- thousand square feet for offices, locker rooms, storage areas and other police needs.
This is the first time in the department's history that officers have occupied a building designed specifically for their use.
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Open houses for the public are scheduled next Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7 to 9.

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Still ahead on News 7 at Five, Robin will be here with the cool weekend forecast.
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((AND I'M PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN))
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And next we'll hear from Lee Greenwood... in the spotlight again thanks to his most popular song.
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In the wake of the September 11th attacks, many celebrities are doing their best to help and raise American's spirits.
It's a job Lee Greenwood is used to.
As Heather Donald reports, Greenwood's 1980-s hit "God Bless the USA" is a hit again.
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(( (nats...Proud to be an American...)
THOSE ARE SO FAMILIAR...PATRIOTIC WORDS...SOOTHED THE SOULS OF SO MANY IN MOURNING AT YANKEE STADIUM LAS WEEKEND.
COMING FROM THE HEART OF SEVIER COUNTY SINGER LEE GREENWOD.
(SOT-Lee Greenwood "These poor families are suffering so I don't know if the music will be able to lift them at all

for a while we try to give as much support and comfort that we can and if "God Bless the USA" is the song that they want to hear then I will sing it 7-thousand times before I stop.")
AND HE'S WELL ON HIS WAY...WE CAUGHT UP WITH GREENWOOD AT THE AIRPORT IN BETWEEN PERFORMANCES.
(SOT- "This is the first time I've been home the entire time that's transpired between the attack on New York and Was

hington and now.")
IT SEEMS AS THOUGH EVERYONE WANT TO HEAR A SONG HE FIRST SANG 18 YEARS AGO. REQUESTS FOR "GOD BLESS THE USA" BEGAN POURING INTO RADIO STATION RIGHT AFTER THE ATTACKS.
(SOT- "This is really a tragedy involving all of America and it only took place in three different location we know t

hat it could happened anywhere.")
AND NOW GREENWOOD IS TRAVELING EVERYWHERE TO SING THE WORDS WE ALL DESPERATELY NEED TO HEAR.
HE SAYS HE'LL KEEP SINGING...AS LONG AS AMERICANS WANT TO LISTEN TO THOSE FAMILIAR WORDS, BUT HE ENCOURAGES AMERICANS TO RETURN TO FAMILIAR TERRITORY.
(SOT- "Go out and do what you normally do because the business of America is freedom. Freedom to move about as you ch

oose, don't show fear, show confidence.")))
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It's a big race weekend in Martinsville... Mike Stevens has a preview coming up in the two minute ticker.
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[VO]
And we'll meet one happy race fan... a Roanoke man who's now the proud owner of one of Mark Martin's race cars.

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One of Wall Street's roughest quarters in years came to an end today.
And the markets even managed to end the week with some solid gains.
Alexis Christoforous explains.
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Good afternoon everybody this is a huge racing weekend in the area.
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The Winston Cup cars are out at the brand new Kansas City track qualifying right now, while South Boston hosts the Craftsman truck series tonight.
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And the Martinsivlle Speedway is fired up for the Super Bowl of Late Model Stock car racing - the Taco Bell 300.
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125 drivers and their crews checked in their cars at the track today and went through NASCAR inspection. Qualifying takes place tomorrow at one o'clock with more than 100 drivers vying for 20 coveted starting spots.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Friday Football Extra crews are ready to hit the road tonight. Here's the week Five schedule of games getting ready to kickoff across the region.
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Friday Football Extra comes your way tonight at 11:35. Hope you can join us for that, plus
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coming up at the top of the hour Roy Stanley will be here with your college game day previews. Have a safe weekend folks. [go to break]

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A Roanoke Nascar fan is now the proud owner owner of his very own Winston Cup car.
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Alan Lawson showed off in his racy new Ford Taurus this morning. You may recognize the number-6 car as one of Mark Martin's. For the past year the vehicle's been stored at Roanoke's Transportation Museum. This spring, Advance Auto Parts and Valvoline gave employees a chance to win the car by selling enough merchandise to win entries into the contest. Lawson says he wanted to win but was still shocked when his name was drawn.
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[IN Q=Well, I was sitting...]

((ALAN LAWSON/CONTEST WINNER: WELL, I WAS SITTING IN A CHAIR AND KIND OF FELL BACK, SO... VERY EXCITED, VERY EXCITED.))
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[OUT Q=Very excited, very excited.]
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