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The first Army Reserve unit from our area has been called up for service...
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also, President Bush thanks Federal Emergency workers for their grueling efforts since the attacks... An update on News 7 at Five-
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Temperatures are generally moderating the next few days. Stay tuned to the forecast details just ahead.

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Also, more jobs could be coming to the Roanoke Regional Airport during a difficult time for air travel.
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and a new state law concerning abortions takes effect today. We'll have more in just a few minutes...
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((IT'S HARD TO FIGHT A GEUREILLA WAR WITH CONVENTIONAL FORCES, BUT OUR MILITARY ARE READY... THEY WILL MAKE US PROUD.))

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Today as remains draped in the American flag were removed from the wreckage.. Bush said progress is being made in the fight against terrorism.
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President Bush said 50 Bank accounts linked to the terrorist group- Al -Qaida have been frozen.
Two people have also been arrested in Virginia.
More on that in a moment, but first we go to New York where Rudy Giuliani address the United Nations- Gretchen Carlson is live with more on that.
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((MISSION ACCOMPLISHED FOR THE CREW OF THE U-S NAVY HOSPITAL SHIP, COMFORT. ORIGINALLY SENT HERE TO CARE FOR THE INJURED, THE SHIP INSTEAD PROVIDED FOOD AND SHELTER FOR RESCUE WORKERS AT THE WORLD TRADE CENTER. THE SHIP IS NOW HEADED BACK TO IT'S HOME BASE NEAR BALTIMORE. WHILE THE NAVY'S WORK IS OVER HERE, ABOUT 100 CONGRESSional members SAW FIRST HAND WHAT STILL HAS TO BE DONE AT GROUND ZERO...and vowed to help the city rebuild. REP. DICK GEPHARDT: THIS WILL NOT STAND, WE WILL HELP NEW YORK AND OUR NATION RECOVER AND BE BETTER THAN IT'S EVER BEEN." SINCE SEPTEMBER 11TH...MAYOR RUDY GIULIANI HAS CALLED ON NEW YORKERS TO HANG TOUGH.. AND STAND UP TO THE TERRORISTS. TODAY - HE CARRIED THAT MESSAGE TO THE UNITED NATIONS. MAYOR RUDY GIULIANI/R-NEW YORK (10:03:51) "THE U-N MUST HOLD ACCOUNTABLE ANY COUNTRY THAT SUPPORTS OR CONDONES TERRORISM, OTHERWISE YOU WILL FAIL IN YOUR PRIMARY MISSION AS PEACEKEEPERS." DURING A PASSIONATE SPEECH THAT BEGAN A U.N. DEBATE ON TERRORISM....THE MAYOR TOLD THE 189 MEMBER NATIONS THEY HAD NO CHOICE, BUT TO PICK A SIDE...EITHER WITH CIVILIZATION OR WITH TERRORISM.

GIULIANI: "LOOK AT THAT DESTRUCTION, THAT MASSIVE, SENSELESS, CRUEL LOSS OF HUMAN LIFE AND THEN I ASK YOU TO LOOK IN YOUR HEARTS AND RECOGNIZE THAT THERE IS NO ROOM FOR NEUTRALITY ON THE ISSUE OF TERRORISM." Gretchen Carlson Reporting: The President will travel to NYC on Wednesday to visit a local elementary school. He'll talk to students and teachers and discuss how to help the city recover from the September 11th attacks. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, New York. Now back to you.))


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Two people are under arrest in Northern Virginia.. accused of helping some hijackers get Virginia I-D cards.
Luis Martinez Flores of Falls church.. is accused of falsely certifying that two hijackers lived at his home. Those certifications were on state forms the pair used to get ID's.
Those two hijackers were on board the plane that slammed into the Pentagon.
Also under arrest, Kenys Galicia.. who the FBI says admits signing residency forms for two other hijackers. Each was on a plane that hit the world Trade Center. Meanwhile the President says hundreds have been arrested here and abroad....
Aleen Sirgany reports from Washington D.C.
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THANKING FEMA WORKERS FOR THEIR GRUELING EFFORTS SINCE THE ATTACKS, PRESIDENT BUSH PROMISED TO BRING THE TERRORISTS TO JUSTICE. MR. BUSH SAYS SO FAR THE U.S HAS CLOSED SOME 50 BANK ACCOUNTS LINKED TO TERRORIST ACTIVITY, FREEZING SOME SIX MILLION DOLLARS. Part of winning the war against terror would be to cut off these evil people's money, would be to trace their assets and freeze them; cut off their cash flows.
THE PRESIDENT CITED PROGRESS ON THE MILITARY FRONT, TOO, WITH 29-THOUSAND AMERICAN TROOPS INVOLVED SO FAR. THE U.S.S KITTY HAWK LEFT ITS BASE IN JAPAN TODAY TO JOIN THREE U.S WARSHIPS ALREADY IN THE GULF REGION. AND SOME THREE-HUNDRED AIRCRAFT WILL SOON BE WITHIN POSSIBLE STRIKING DISTANCE OF AFGHANISTAN. AT HIS RETIREMENT CEREMONY TODAY, OUTGOING CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF HUGH SHELTON ASSURED THAT THE U.S IS READY TO WIN THE WAR ON TERRORISM. GEN. HUGH SHELTON/JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF: on this day as I leave office, Im proud to report that Americas military is ready. IN THE HILLS OF AFGHANISTAN, FIGHTING CONTINUES BETWEEN THE NORTHERN ALLIANCE AND THE RULING TALIBAN PARTY, WHICH CONTINUES TO HARBOR OSAMA BIN LADEN. THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION HAS PROMISED HELP FOR GROUPS WITHIN AFGHNISTAN.. THAT OPPOSE THE TALIBAN. ))

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An Army Reserve unit from Salem has been placed on active duty.
The Pentagon this afternoon called up the 21-74th Garrison Support Unit of the Military Police.
The unit has 49 members.
It is one of 31 outfits in 15 different states notified today.
More than 20-thousand Guard and Reserve members have now been called up since the terrorist attacks three weeks ago.

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Roanoke Regional Airport may be losing its jet service, but will get more flights in return.
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As a result of decreased travel demand, US Airways recently decided to reduce costs by cutting jet service to Roanoke.
The move affects 6-flights in and out of the airport. Officials now say those flights will be replaced by more trips on smaller planes.
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((AMANDA SNAPP/ROANOKE REGIONAL AIRPORT: AS OF OCTOBER SEVENTH, US AIRWAYS JETS AS YOU SEE THEM WILL NO LONGER BE FLYING HERE BUT THEY WILL BE REPLACED BY US AIRWAYS REGIONAL JETS AND THEY WILL BE OPERATED BY PIEDMONT AIRLINES WHICH IS A WHOLLY OWNED SUBSIDIARY OF US AIRWAYS.))
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Piedmont Airlines, also known as US Airways Express, is now hiring. Application seminars are being held at the Patrick Henry Hotel.
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Lynchburg police still haven't released the identity of a man found dead near the city's Amtrak train station this morning.
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The body of a black male was found face down in a ditch near the railroad tracks around 10.
Authorities do not know how long he'd been there, or if there were any obvious signs of how he died.
The body was taken to the medical examiner's office for an autopsy.
Police are still trying to confirm the man's name and notify his family.
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The plan to consolidate fire stations in the city of Roanoke drew more criticism this afternoon.
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Members of City Council heard from residents of northwest Roanoke, who fear that fire protection will suffer in their neighborhood.
But City Manager Darlene Burcham says citizens don't have all the facts.
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((HELEN DAVIS/GAINSBORO RESIDENT: CLOSING FIRE STATIONS IS A VERY SERIOUS THREAT. WE DON'T KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON. AND WE NEED SOME ANSWERS, AND SOME STRAIGHT FACTS.)) ((DARLENE BURCHAM/CITY MANAGER:THE MISSING PIECE IS THE UNDERSTANDING THAT THERE WOULD BE A CONSOLIDATION OF STAFFING AND EQUIPMENT FOR THOSE FOUR STATIONS INTO TWO MUCH LARGER STATIONS THAT WOULD PROVIDE BETTER RESPONSE.))
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Burcham says the continuing complaints show that the city has not done enough to inform citizens. She says more effort will be made to explain the changes before council takes final action on the proposal.

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Still to come on News 7 at 5, a new Virginia law now requires a 24 hour waiting period for abortions. A live report coming up.
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[VO] and also, it's a special time at the Magic Kingdom, as the park celebrates the hundredth birthday of Walt Disney. Stay with us...
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In Health Check tonight,
Women seeking an abortion will now have to comply with a 24-hour waiting period.
It's all part of a new Virginia law that takes affect today.
And for abortion providers it also means they are now required to give the women printed material from the state --24 hours before the procedure. [TAKE News 7 at 5 into MB SET MONITOR]
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But as Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us -abortion providers are having problems complying with the law.
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That's right Jean,
That's because the state has NOT sent out any printed materials at this point.
So, if a women requests to see the information --she will have to postpone her abortion.
Planned Parenthood says this is one more reason the government should not interfere with doctor-patient relationships.
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Abortion providers like Planned Parenthood will be required to provide pamphlets from the state. There will be three booklet available one on Fetal Development, another on Abortion and one on Services for pregnant women.
But will the law --and the new regulations make a difference?.
Anti-abortion advocates say it will stop women from making an irrevocable decision.
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But places like Planned Parenthood say women will still be getting the same information as before--and the law really won't discourage them from having abortions.
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So far-- Planned Parenthood says it has counseled 30 abortion patients --and so far --none of them have requested the materials.
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Jean,
As far as when the pamphelts will arrive --the Health Department says it plans to overnight them. So abortion providers should have them by tomorrow --or no later than Wednesday. It says a printing problem is to blame for the hold-up.

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The Walt Disney Resort near Orlando, Florida is kicking off its biggest celebration ever. Today marks the start of the " 100 Years of Magic" celebration.
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The yearlong event is honoring the 1-hundredth anniversary of the birth of Walt Disney. The festivities feature a special topiary and a giant 12-story sorcerer Mickey Mouse hat. Today also marks the 30th anniversary of the Walt Disney World Resort. Since 1971 more than 600 million people from around the world have visited the vacation spot.
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Still to come on News 7, a shaky day on the markets. We'll have a wrap in just a minute...
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((JOHN MELLENCAMP, NEIL YOUNG, WILLIE NELSON AND OTHERS GATHERED FOR FARM AID 2001...THIS YEAR'S SHOW HONORING AMERICA IN THE WAKE OF LAST MONTH'S TERRORIST ATTACKS. I'M VH1'S REBECCA RANKIN AND I'VE GOT THAT STORY COMING UP.))
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Just ahead on News 7 at 5, it's the stuff that can fix just about anything...
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but can it help this couple tie the knot? We'll have a look at a duct-tape wedding coming up in just a minute.
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Stock prices have been mostly weaker this session. However, investors seemed to have taken the September purchasing managers survey in stride. Alexis Christoforous has more in today's marketwatch.
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Good evening folks and welcome to the Monday ticker.
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We begin with an award from the Big East. The conference passes out its postseason honors for this past weekend's games today
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and 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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Don't forget tonight at the top of the hour, this week's Tech 2001 report is coming up with a look at how the faith of players is tested once they are injured.

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Fans at the UVa/Duke game experienced new security measures at Scott Stadium. Steve Mason has more what they faced this past weekend.
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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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Coming up on News 7 at six, former Cavs Tiki Barber is profiling once again. And Michael says the comeback is all good. Jean will be back in just a moment.

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Farm Aid 2001 honored more than just Americs's farmers, it was a benefit concert in the country's fight against terrorism. VH1'S Rebecca Rankin has more.
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((INDIANA WAS THE PLACE FOR THE 16TH ANNUAL FARM AID BENEFIT CONCERT, IN THE WAKE OF THE SEPTEMBER 11 TERRORIST ATTACKS....THIS YEAR'S SHOW WAS CALLED "THE CONCERT FOR AMERICA". DURING THE LIVE BROACAST ON CMT....VIEWERS WERE URGED TO SEND MONEY TO HELP RELOCATE FIVE FARMERS' MARKETS IN LOWER MANHATTAN SHUT DOWN BY THE DISASTER. THE MUSIC OF WILLIE NELSON...NEIL YOUNG...JOHN MELLENCAMP AND OTHERS FUELED THE PATRIOTIC SPIRIT.
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SOUND UP 'ROCK IN THE USA' MELLENCAMP
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I write songs, I sing them and I try to entertain people.//This country has given me a lot more than I have given them.
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FOUNDER WILLIE NELSON WAS PLEASED WITH THE TURN OUT AND THE SPIRIT OF THE DAY.

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We're all human beings we all have the same spirit running through us...we're all more good than we are evil.
ORIGINAL FARM AID MEMBER NEIL YOUNG OFFERED MUSIC WITH A MESSAGE
SOUND UP 'KEEP ON ROCKING IN THE FREE WORLD...'
DAVE MATTHEWS, RECENTLY NAMED TO THE FARM AID BOARD OF DIRECTORS WAS HAPPY TO BE ABLE TO HELP AT THE CONCERT.

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We've done it a few times, but this is the first time since they invited me to be on the board which is really nice of them. I don't know if I deserve it but I am glad to be part of it on any level.
REBECCA ON CAMERA TAG: THE SHOW KICKED OFF WITH THE ENTIRE CAST OF ARTISTS JOINING ARLO GUTHRIE ON HIS FATHER, WOODY'S CLASSIC, "THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND." THEY ALSO JOINED WILLIE NELSON TO CLOSE THE SHOW WITH 'AMAZING GRACE.' IN NEW YORK, I'M REBECCA RANKIN.))

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Marriage is a bond that ties a couple together, or in this couple's case, makes them "stick" together.
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Kevin and Joyce Thomas won a national contest to have a duct tape wedding.
That means everything was done in duct tape, from the flowers to parts of the wedding cake, and even the bride's wedding dress and the groom's tuxedo.
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((KEVIN THOMAS/GROOM;IT'S COMPLETELY CONSTRUCTED OF DUCT TAPE. IT HAS A LINING LIKE ANY OTHER JACKET. IT'S SEWN TOGETHER LIKE ANY OTHER JACKET WOULD BE. FROM THE BEGINNING TO THE END, ALL DUCT TAPE.))
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The bride's dress is made out of 60 rolls of white duct tape and 600 crystals.
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