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Coming up on News 7-
The U-S is preparing for War. And today word that local soldiers are being called. The story coming up.
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A major drug sweep in Botetourt County tonight. We'll have the details.
And Tiki takes to the Town and the Country... We'll explain.
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Don't go away.
News 7 is next.

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And the effort now includes local soldiers- from Salem- mobilized today- Their destination: not known.
National Guard members in Central Virginia now are also answering the call of duty.
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Good evening...

[Latest-Terrorism]


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U-S officials say American forces are ready for the new war on terrorism-
This word as tens of thousands of military personnel make their way to Central Asia.
Aleen Sirgany is in Washington with the latest on the deployment and the investigation.
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((America's military power continues to move towards Afghanistan--the aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk --the latest example of US "might"-- set sail from Japan. Its flight deck was empty of a normal compliment of jets fighters--meaning-- the ship's ready to become a mobile operations base for special operations forces and their helicopters. During an exclusive interview with CBS News, Secretary of State Colin Powell said the US and its growing alliance ... is still tightening the screws --diplomatically and militarily-- on the Taliban and terrorist Osama Bin Laden. Colin Powell/Secretary of State: The entire international community in the region. At the same time, the allies are also searching banking records around the globe. During a visit to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, President Bush said U-S officials have frozen millions of dollars in terrorists assets so far....
We have frozen 30 al Qaeda--and were just beginning. At New Yorks Ground Zero, rescue crews have been finding more bodies. Officials believe the removal of some larger beams in the last few days-- has helped workers locate the remains. More Congressional leaders got a tour of the devastation Monday, and promised to help New York rebuild. Rep. Dennis Hastert/R-Speaker of the House: We will work, we will come back --rise back from the ashes we saw today. Congressional members meet with the Pres. in the morning to talk about an economic stimulus pkg for the nation.... then the president is expected to re-open reagan national airport.))

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Virginia lawmakers will be listening closely to the President's announcement when it comes. . .
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President Bush and a delegation from Virginia met at the White House today to discuss the future of Reagan National. Bush said the airport will reopen. . . with tighter security measures and fewer flights. Governor Gilmore spoke out earlier today about possible changes.
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Federal officials closed the airport -- and briefly considered shutting it down for good -- because flight paths bring planes close to the White House, the Capitol and the Pentagon.
Local lawmakers want the airport open because it's a major source of jobs in the Washington area.
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[Salem-Reserve]


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The first Army Reserve members from this area are being called to active duty.
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49 soldiers from the 21-74th Garrison Support Unit, based in Salem, were notified today that they're being mobilized.
Their unit commander, Don Caldwell, says the reservists are ready, willing and able -- though he'll remain here.
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The soldiers being called to active duty from Salem are some of the 20-thousand National Guard and Reserve members called up so far.
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Virginia's National Guard is also being called up to help in the war against terrorism.. their field of battle will be the state's airports.
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An unspecified number of Guardsmen will be helping with security at nine commercial airfields starting October 6th.
Their tour of duty could last up to six months.. but they say they're ready to serve.
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((LT. COL. VIRGIL GRAY/VA NATIONAL GUARD: THIS IS A NEW THING, BUT SINCE 11 SEPTEMBER THERE'S BEEN A LOT OF NEW THINGS HAPPENING HERE. THIS AIN'T BUSINESS AS USUAL. WE ARE TAKING THE NECESSARY STEPS, EVERYBODY'S TAKING THE NECESSARY STEPS TO FULLY ENSURE THE SAFETY OF ALL OF OUR AMERICAN CITIZENS.))
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The Federal Aviation Administration will conduct a specialized training course at Fort Pickett this week.
Soldiers will be on 24- hour duty starting Saturday.
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Tensions between the U- S and the Arab world did NOT evolve overnight.
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That was the message at Hollins University. Students there organized a forum-- to better understand why the U-S was the target of violence. Some speakers explored history and religion-- while others talked on a more personal level. The chaplain of Hollins University grew up in the Middle East and tried to explain why some Arabs resent the American lifestyle.
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((REV. JAN FULLER-CARRUTHERS/HOLLINS UNIVERSITY CHAPLAIN; THEY PERCEIVE US AS A RICH AND ARROGANT COUNTRY. SOMETIMES IT'S BECAUSE THEY PERCEIVE US AS AN IMMORAL NATION, EXPORTING OUR IMMORALITY INTO ALL THE WORLD BY MEANS OF THE MOVIES, VIDEOS AND TV PROGRAMING.))
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The Keynote address was delivered by Barry Hart-- who's with Eastern Mennonite University. Hart urged the crowd to think twice about supporting military action-- reminding students that lives would be lost.
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[Drug-Arrests]


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A six-month drug investigation in Botetourt County has netted 82 indictments of 47 people.
Botetourt County deputies, state police and Drug Enforcement Administration agents are busy rounding up the alleged offenders tonight. [***News7 @ 11 MB GRAPHIC***]
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Marya Jones was there as they were being brought in ... and you say it's still going on?
That's right, Jean.
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As of 11, authorities had arrested 21 adults and 4 juveniles in a series of busts they're calling "Operation Fall Sweep."
They say the operation targeted street-level dealers, who deal in the sale of marijuana, oxycontin, cocaine, ecstasy and methamphetamines.
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(( 54 of the county's deputies, as well as 14 state police officers and four DEA special agents began making the arrests at 5:30 this evening.
Sheriff Ronnie Sprinkle says the drug arrests were made mainly through the use of confidential informants and some undercover officers.
He says the drug activity was found in all parts of the county.
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((RONNIE SPRINKLE/BOTETOURT CO. SHERIFF: A LOT OF OUR BREAK-INS AND CRIMES AGAINST PEOPLE ARE DRUG-MOTIVATED TO FIND PROPERTY, SELL IT, MAKE MONEY AND BUY MORE DRUGS. )) [RUNS:12]))
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The sheriff says the arrests will continue as long as needed ... possibly well into the night and the following few days.
A number of the alleged offenders are outside the county ... some even outside the state, in North Carolina.
So, the local authorities are relying on the help of some other law enforcement agencies to get them back to Botetourt County face charges.
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Jean?

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The woman state police say caused a deadly Bedford County accident now faces a second-degree murder charge.
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A trooper says Viki Lynn Arrington was going the wrong direction on Route 460 Friday evening when she hit a motorcycle head-on.
The woman driving the motorcycle, Carol Elizabeth Minton, died the next morning at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
State Police charged Arrington with drunk driving after the accident. They say it's the third time she's been charged with D-U-I.
She's being held without bond.
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Bill Clinton is barred from the U-S Supreme Court.
Find out why next on News 7.
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And later, Parisian kids prove they love New York... by opening their pocketbooks.
We'll explain.
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((Hey folks this is Mike Stevens back in the News 7 Sports office with more rotten news for the Redskins. The Big East recognizes Tech's California Kid, while this Deon is out for the season. We'll take a look at how UVA's security measures worked out on Saturday and Tiki profiles in Town and Country magazine tonight on the Big 7.))[Clinton]


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Bill Clinton says he'll fight a decision by the Supreme Court today that could lead to his permanent disbarment.

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The justices have suspended the former president from practicing law before them- and they've given him 40 days to say why he should not be permanently disbarred.
Clinton's lawyer David Kendall says he plans to show cause why disbarment is not appropriate.
The high court did not explain the reason for the suspension-- but it follows action from the Arkansas Supreme Court in connection with the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
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Actress Sharon Stone is in the hospital for what her publicist says is bleeding on the brain.
Publicist Cindi Berger says Stone was taken to the emergency room suffering from severe head pain.
An angiogram showed the likely cause was a tiny aneurysm. Berger says no treatment is necessary, but Stone will be hospitalized for the rest of the week.

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Piedmont Airlines will take over for U-S Airways when the company drops jet service to Roanoke.
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As of October 7th, US Airways will no longer fly 100-passenger jets into Roanoke Regional Airport. Instead, its subsidiary- Piedmont Airlines, also known as US Airways Express, will replace those six daily flights with eight flights on smaller planes. The change is part of the company's plan to cut costs in the wake of decreased travel demand. But while US Airways is cutting back, US Airways EXPRESS is hiring. Application seminars will be held again tomorrow at the Patrick Henry Hotel in Roanoke.
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A 24-hour waiting period is now required for an abortion in Virginia.
It's part of new law that went into effect today.
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The law also requires abortion providers like Planned Parenthood to give women printed material from the state at least 24-hours before the procedure.
Some at Planned Parenthood say they don't' believe the measures will discourage women from having abortions -- but just complicate the process.
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Some Anti-abortion advocates disagree. They believe the new law will help women make the right decision.
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There is one snag-- abortion providers have not received the printed material. The state says pamphlets are expected to arrive no later than Wednesday.
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Next on News 7, Roanoke city council moves forward with a plan to honor Martin Luther King Junior, but not everyone's happy about it.
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And today would have been Walt Disney's 100-th birthday.
We'll see how it's being celebrated at the Magic Kingdom when we return.
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]

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A Roanoke committee has worked for more than a year to find an appropriate way to honor the Reverend Martin Luther King.
But a final decision from city council won't come without more debate.
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On a unanimous vote, members of the committee recommended that city council rename Elmwood Park in honor of the civil rights leader.
But the proposal is raising objections from some Roanokers.
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((E. DUANE HOWARD/PROPOSAL OPPONENT: ELMWOOD PARK IS A LANDMARK. IT GOES BACK 170 YEARS. AND IT SHOULD ALWAYS STAY ELMWOOD PARK.)) ((BRENDA HALE/COMMITTEE MEMBER: SURE, DR. KING WAS NEVER A RESIDENT HERE IN ROANOKE. SO WHY HONOR HIS WORK HERE? BECAUSE OF HIS WORK FOR CIVIL RIGHTS THAT MADE LIFE BETTER FOR ALL OF THE PEOPLE.))
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City Council has scheduled a public hearing on the proposal on October 18th.
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Mickey, Minnie and the rest of the gang are ready to celebrate . . .
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Today starts the "100 Years of Magic" celebration - a year-long event honoring what would have been Walt Disney's 100th Birthday. All four theme parks are getting "in on the act" with new parades, live stage shows, new attractions and a GIANT 12-story sorcerer Mickey Mouse hat. Today also marks the 30th anniversary of the Walt Disney World Resort. In 1971, Main Street U-S-A opened for business - since then more than 600 million people have visited.
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[Almanac]


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A full moon tonight kicks off a month filled with color and cool temperatures. Here's Leo with our October almanac.
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Everything from Jordan to a Jarrett update, plus Big East props, Tech injuries, UVa security and NFL casualties. But first in tonight's Extra Point -
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Roanoke's own Tiki Barber is gracing the pages of the latest edition of Town and Country magazine. If you like his Ermenegildo Zegna overcoat, you can get on just like it for about $895 bucks. Tiki's pink cashmere scarf tips the register at $580 bucks. Tiki is not only a model citizen but also a plain old model.
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Michael Jordan made his first public comments yesterday since the Wizards announced his comeback. Jordan says don't worry, he's still got game.
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Dale Jarrett says he plans to race at Charlotte this weekend and that means he will qualify on Thursday night. Jarrett was diagnosed with a mild concussion and he also suffered a left chest contusion in a crash Sunday in Kansas City. He's back home in Hickory, North Carolina.

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The NFL's Super Bowl will apparently stay in New Orleans. When the terrorists attacks forced week two of the season to be rescheduled at the end, that meant the Super Bowl needed to be moved. The problem was that the Super Dome was booked by the National Auto Dealers of America. That conflict has reportedly been resolved.
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If the Falcons make it to the big game they will have to do so without running back Jamal Anderson. He is out for the season after tearing a ligament in his left knee.
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And he's not alone. The already thin and desperate Washington Redskins have now lost linebacker Shawn Barber for the remainder of the season with a torn ligament. The fourth year pro out of the University of Richmond was fourth on the team in tackles last season. The timing is particularly bad since Barber was hoping to sign a multi-year deal at the end of this season.
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The Big East passed out its weekly football honors this afternoon.
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Tech safety Kevin McCadam was named the league's co-defensive player of the week. The California native had four tackles and took this interception 69 yards for a touchdown in the Tech's 46-to-14 win over UCF. McCadam also had a pass break-up in the game.
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Unfortunately, a couple of McCadem's defensive mates were banged up Saturday. Sophomore linebacker Deon Provitt, who has been playing well all season, went down in front of the Tech in the 2nd quarter. He needs reconstructive surgery on his left knee and will miss the rest of the season. Plus, linebacker Jake Houseright irritated cartilage in his left knee - he's being evaluated daily, but he made need minor arthroscopic surgery.
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Also, the Big East said tonight that the Tech-Boston College game on October 13th will be played at 6:30 on espn2.

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The ACC announced tonight the the UVa-Carolina game on October `13th will NOT be televised. It will kickoff in Chapel Hill at 1:30.
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This past weekend, the UVa faithful got an eyeful of the new security measures at Scott Stadium. Steve Mason gives us a look.
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((Charlottesville firefighters presented the red white and blue outside Scott Stadium while their New York brethren wore their colors on the sideline. Several N.Y.F.D staff spent a a few days with Al Groh and the team. ((:)) New fences are up in front of the entry gates. Searches were conducted and some bags were even confiscated. Many fans were late getting to their seats, but the new security system seems to have everyone' support while the kinks are worked out. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
Law enforcement kept a watchful eye on the players and fans from the sidelines to stadium seat level, something the competitors noticed. ((:))
The Wahoos next home game is October 20th against Florida State. Steve Mason News 7 sports.))
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UVa announced tonight that approximately 700 tickets are still available for that Florida State game. The reserved seat, $30 tickets will go on sale this Thursday morning at nine.


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Tiki has a sore hamstring and he may not play this weekend against the Redskins.
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One other note this morning concerning Tiki and brother Ronde. Tonight you can go online and chat with the twins at 8pm at NFL dot COM.

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[go to pinnacle 6998] And if you're already looking ahead to the weekend here the slate of games on WDBJ-7. Saturday, it's an SEC doubleheader as Tennessee tangles with Georgia and then Florida battles LSU.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 6999] Sunday the NFL is on WDBJ with the Tennessee Titans and the Baltimore Ravens at one.
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[Paris-kids]


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You've heard stories of people reaching out to help victims of the terrorist attacks... but this story is different.
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It's money coming in from across the ocean.
Soon after the attack, the American hospital in France began taking calls mostly from French people eager to make donations.
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Many donations came with notes.... and pictures drawn by donor's children.
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