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Up ahead on News 7 at 5, despite a slumping stock price, Optical Cable's president says business is strong...
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and an attack on a Greyhound bus driver causesa crash in Tennessee that killed six of the people on board...
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Another mild day in the forecast for Thursday. After that, some significant changes ahead. Details coming up.

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And on tonight's Health Check, local doctors have a new tool that can help some cancer patients
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detect tumors earlier. We'll have a live report coming up in a few minutes...
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News 7 at 5 is next.[Video-Open]


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An attack on a Greyhound Bus.... on a Tennessee road... leaves six people dead. This was the scene where the bus ran off the road- after the driver was attacked.
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((HE JUST WENT TO THE DRIVER, SLIT HIS THROAT HE TURNED THE BUS WHEEL AND THE WHE BUS FLIPPED OVER>))
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Passengers tongiht are recounting when a peaceful bus ride turned deadly.
Tonight law enforcement say it was an isolated incident- but it did disrupt Greyhound service including local service.
More on that in a moment, but first Drew Levinson in Manchester, Tennessee.
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((THE GREYHOUND BUS SITS ON IT'S SIDE ALONG A TENNESSEE HIGHWAY AS INVESTIGATORS SEARCH FOR CLUES AS TO WHAT HAPPENED. THEY DO KNOW A QUIET EARLY MORNING TRIP WAS SHATTERED BY A MAN WEILDING A SHARP OBJECT. BY TELEPHONE A PASSENGER DESCRIBED WHAT HAPPENED. "HE SLICED HIS NECK AND THEN THE BUS FLIPPED OVER. THE DRIVER SURVIVED THE ATTACK, THE ASSAILANT DID NOT. SEVERAL PASSENGERS WERE KILLED...DOZENS MORE INJURED. GREYHOUND IMMEDIATELY SUSPENDED OPERATIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY. BUT LATER RESUMED SERVICE AFTER ASSURANCES FROM POLICE. CRAIG LENTZSCH/ GREYHOUND C-E-O "THEY BELIEVE THIS TRAGIC ACCIDENT WAS THE RESULT OF AN ISOLATED ACT BY A SINGLE DERANGED INDIVIDUAL."
DESPITE THOSE COMFORTING WORDS, AUTHORITIES WERE HAND SEARCHING CARRY-ON BAGS WHEN BUSES STARTING ROLLING AGAIN. (NATZ OF SEARCH) BUT EVEN WITH THE ADDED SECURITY... SOME DRIVERS STILL FEEL VULNERABLE. MARSHELL NELSON/GREYHOUND DRIVER "WE ARE NOT PROTECTED. WE ARE NOT PROTECTED WE ARE OPEN TO THE PEOPLE." THROUGHOUT THE NATION NERVES ARE FRAYED AFTER THE NEW YORK AND DC ATTACKS BUT AUTHORITES SAY THIS WAS NOT AN ACT OF TERRORISM. AS FAOR THE MAN WHO CAUSED ALL THIS ...HE CARRIED A CROATION PASSPORT. DREW LEVINSON/CBS.))

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The attack halted Greyhound bus service to and from Roanoke, leaving passengers stranded at the downtown station for six hours.
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The buses got rolling again just after one.
But more than two-dozen travelers spent the morning waiting inside the station to get back on the road.
Most said they respected Greyhound's reaction to the Tennessee bus attack and were more willing to endure a wait, in light of recent terrorist activity.
Radford University students Ashley Boyle and Daniel Kempen, were just within reach of their destination.
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((ASHLEY BOYLE/GREYHOUND PASSENGER: THE BUS JUST PRETTY MUCH SAID THE RIDE IS TERMINATED HERE. GET OFF, GET YOUR BAGS, YOU'RE GOING TO BE STUCK HERE FOR AWHILE... SO, WE'RE STUCK HERE.))
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Thirteen buses come in and out of the Roanoke Greyhound terminal every day, bound for cities all over the eastern United States.
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The President made his second trip to New York City today since the terrorist attacks there.
The economy and patriotism were on his packed agenda.. Gretchen Carlson has more.
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(((NAT - president arriving in NY with firefighters)

(TRACK) LOCATOR: NEW YORK CITY

Within seconds of landing in New York, President Bush was picking up where he left off the last time thanking the rescue workers.
The next order of business the economy. The President met with more than a dozen CEOs to discuss the economic impact of the September 11th attacks.

(SOT - ) President Bush

We all believe that the underpinnings are there for a successful economy and we all have to do our part and the federal government has a role to play.

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That role: a proposal by the President for a 75 billion dollar economic stimulus plan. Tax cuts to encourage consumer confidence and an aid package for thousands of displaced workers.

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Whats your name? Steven, how are you?

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The President is also working on providing comfort to the nations children.

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I pledge my allegiance to the

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Mr. Bush, joined by Mayor Giuliani, and Governor Pataki, visited an elementary school near the World Trade Center site to talk to the students about patriotism. He looked at the pictures they had drawn to heal some with towers on fire others with people jumping from buildings. Then, the President thanked the teachers who helped get the children to safety when the planes hit.

(SOT - ) President Bush

Theyre heroic today because they love you and if you have worries they want to help you.

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The President also added his reason to the list of what he loves about America freedom he said before posing for the kids class photo.

(STAND-UP CLOSE) Gretchen Carlson Reporting

The President returned to Washington but the work here continues. New estimates put costs to clean up the World Trade Center site at 5 billion dollars. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, New York.))

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A Roanoke County Company's stock is lingering around two dollars, still the company's C-E-O says business is fine.

Optical Cable Corporation President Bob Kopstein says the low price of his company's stock has nothing to do with daily operations.
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He would not go on camera, but he did sit down with our Business Reporter Jennifer Miele today.
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Jean, as you know, Optical Cable stock has had a rough couple of weeks.
Bob Kopstein used it as collateral for several investments.
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When his investments took a hit, lenders began selling his stock in order to get their money back.
He's been granted a court order forbidding lenders from selling all of his holdings until next Wednesday.
Today he said his personal financial matters are not affecting company operations.
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He said not more than a week after the Trade Center fell, he was on a plane to China working on a sale... meaning he doesn't want anything to get in the way of business.
Though he's been granted a restraining order, he says he's not interested in going to court, but wishes to settle disagreements with lenders possibly through arbitration.
Knowing full well his own financial holdings are in jeopardy, he said simply, "I've been through a lot of ups and downs, I'll get through this one."
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The stock closed at today.
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Still, Kopstein says, when third quarter earnings are released at the end of the month, investors will see nothing but a sound company.


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Up ahead on News 7 at 5, some local charities are hoping you don't leave them behind in the months ahead...
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[VO] and catching tumors early can help save lives... We'll have a look at the latest imaging technology in tonight's Health Check.
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Countless fundraisers, drives and creative ideas to raise money have come out of our region for victims of the terrorist attacks. Does it mean our region's charities are feeling the pinch?
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The United Way of Montgomery, Radford and Floyd kicked off their annual fundraising campaign on September 11th. The date had been set for months. Organizers say it's on track to meet a goal of one-million dollars. Local businesses and employees have been giving as much "if not more" than last year.
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((KYMN DAVIDSON-HAMLEY/UNITED WAY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR; WERE HOPING THAT'S A GOOD INDICATOR OF WHAT OUR WHOLE COMMUNITY IS FEELING RIGHT NOW HOPEFULLY THEIR FEELING A LITTLE MORE CHARITABLE AND UNDERSTAND THAT REGARDLESS OF WHERE A CRISIS MIGHT OCCUR, IT'S CHARITIES THAT HELP RESPOND TO THAT.))
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All donations to your local United Way help charities in your region. Coming up on News 7 at 6, how giving helps your community prepare for a crisis.
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In Health Check tonight,
Local doctors now have another tool for detecting cancer.
It's called a Positron Emission Tomography test or PET scan.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean,
This test allows doctors to find tumors -- ones that were too small to detect with past methods.
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Right now it's been approved only for the detection of melanoma, lymphoma, lung and head and neck cancers.
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It's a big day for Nancy Slusher. The test she is about to undergo at Carilion will help doctors determine if her cancer has come back.
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((I'VE BEEN THROUGH ONE BOUT WITH LUNG CANCER. THAT HAD SPREAD TO MY BRAIN. SO I'VE HAD BRAIN SURGERY WHICH IS WHY I DON'T HAVE ANY HAIR)) [RUNS13]
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Slusher says the cancer appeared to be in remission --until a recent M-R-I showed a spot.
That's why she is having the Positron Emission Tomography test.
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((IT HELP US A GREAT DEAL, BECAUSE THE SENSITIVITY THE ABILITY OF PET TO TELL WHETHER A MASS IS CANCER OR NOT IS IN 95 TO 98 PERCENT)) [RUNS12]
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The PET scan requires Slusher to be injected with a radioactive form of blood sugar. That's because the test measures how much energy a cell uses --and because cancers are fast-growing, they use more energy than most cells.
For example -- on this PET scan --beside the heart, kidneys, and muscles -- the other black dot appears to be cancer in the liver.
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((RIGHT NOW IT'S MAINLY STAGING DISEASE -AND SAYING IS THIS PATIENT A CANDIDATE FOR SURGERY --OR NO IS THIS MORE ADVANCED AND WE JUST NEED TO USE RADIATION CHEMOTHERAPY TO JUST TRY AND SLOW IT DOWN)) [RUNS10]
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Slusher say she doesn't think the cancer has returned --but she wants to make sure if it is there it is caught early.
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((I WANT DEFINITE IT'S NOT CANCER. YOU'RE OK --GO OUT AND PLAY SOME MORE)) [RUNS12]
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Carilion is one of two places in the country with the capability to fuse the PET scan image with one from a CT-scan or M-R-I.
In January --doctors will be able to use the PET scan for the detection of breast cancer.
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Joy

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Out of the suit, and into a uniform... National Guard troops who will be on duty at airports go through training, we'll have a look.
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((MOBY AND SOME OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST DJ'S TO DO THEIR PART TO HELP VICTIMS OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER DISASTER. I'M VH1'S REBECCA RANKIN AND I'VE GOT THAT STORY COMING UP.))
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Starting Saturday, members of the National Guard will be helping provide security at all of the nation's commercial airports, including nine here in Virginia.
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Guard members are getting some specialized training in airport security from the F-A-A this week at Fort Pickett.

Governor Jim Gilmore stopped by today to thank the troops for their sacrifice, and let them know they're now on the front line of a whole new war.
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((GOV. GILMORE: YOU ARE SOLDIERS IN A NEW WAR ON TERRORISM. YOU'RE DEFENDING MORE THAN JUST AIRPORTS, YOUR'E DEFENDING OUR RIGHTS AND OUR LIBERTIES AND THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE, BY STANDING THE POST AND BEING PREPARED.))
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The tour of duty for these Guardsmen could last six months.
Gilmore says the goal is to restore public confidence in flying.
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Up ahead on News 7 at 5, a look at what a high school basketball team is doing to make sure their aim is on the money...
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and some comic book readers are outraged over a storyline that's hitting a little too close to home. Stay with us...


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Stocks gained some major ground with the Dow Jones reclaiming the nine-thousand level for the first time in two weeks. Alexis Christoforous has more in today's Marketwatch.
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It's now time for our two minute ticker.
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In this day and age, coaches and athletes are looking harder than ever for that edge over the competition. Steve Mason features a machine in Hometown Hoops Weekly that a local boys team is using.
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((THE CAVE SPRING BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM NEARLY BEAT G.W. DANVILLE LAST YEAR IN THE REGIONALS, AMAZING CONSIDERING STAR J.J. REDICK HAD A BAD BACK AND THE KNIGHTS WERE PLAYING WITHOUT THEIR SECOND BEST PLAYER. REDICK AND THE KNIGHTS ARE BACK WITH A VENGENCE THIS SEASON AND THANKS TO THE GUN, A STATE OF THE ART PASSING AND SHOOTING CONTRAPTION , OPPONENTS HAVE EVEN MORE REASON TO LOSE SLEEP.
The Duke bound Redick was already shooting hundreds of shots a day, now the gun empowers him to get into the thousands. ((:)) ((:))
The Gun is about 10 feet high and has a net that surrounds the basket. Balls are shot, then they funnel down through the net and into the machine and are spit back out at the shooter. ((:))
New NBDL Roanoke Dazzle coach Kent Davison, whose son Andrew is a guard for the Knights, loaned the Gun to Cave Spring. ((:))
The Gun can pass up to a thousand balls an hour and has a sensor which keeps track of how many shots are made and tells the shooter what percentage of shots go through. ((:))
OF COURSE THE BIGGEST FAN OF THE GUN IS SHAREE HICKS. HER HUSBAND BILLY, THE COACH OF THE KNIGHTS NOW HAS MUCH MORE FAMILY TIME NOW THAT HIS PLAYERS CAN WORK ON THEIR GAME WITHOUT HIM. IN FACT, SHE DOESN'T EVEN MIND THE OCCASIONAL INTERRUPTION FROM COACH DAVISON LETTING HER HUSBAND KNOW HIS CAVE SPRING PLAYERS HAVE ALREADY TAKE 400 SHOTS EACH. STEVE MASON HOMETOWN HOOPS WEEKLY.))

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One of New York City's dance clubs gathered some of the world's greatest D-J's- They're helping raise money for victims of the World Trade Center disaster.
VH-1's Rebecca Rankin has more.
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((MOBY HAS HAD A LOT TO SAY ON HIS WEBSITE ABOUT THE STATE OF AMERICA IN THE WAKE OF THE TERRORIST ATTACKS ON THE U-S. NOW HE'S PUTTING HIS TIME AND MONEY WHERE HIS MOUTH IS...BRINING RELIEF TO THOSE AFFECTED BY THE ORDEAL.
PACKAGE:
My response to the tragedy has almost been like a tailored, almost stereotypical stages of grief from like, disbelief, to rage, to resignation to sadness to despair to acceptance, and now, it's interesting cause, I only live a couple miles away from the former World Trade Center. Most of the people I know in New York really just want their lives back.
MOBY WHOSE NY HOME IS NOT FAR FROM GROUND ZERO, HAS BEEN PARTICULARY VOCAL ABOUT THE TERRORIST ATTACKS- POSTING SHOCKED AND OUTRAGED MESSAGES ON HIS WEBSITE. HE THINKS MUSIC CAN OFFER COMFORT DURING THIS TIME OF NEED.
MONTAGE- DANCING, GOOD TIMES

FAN MOS #1-WHY INTERNATIONAL PEOPLE CAME HERE FOR THIS EVENT



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THE OTHER DJS WERE JUST HAPPY THEY COULD CONTRIBUTE IN THEIR OWN WAY.
LIQUID TODD As a DJ there's not really a lot you can do to help out when there's buildings falling down//But basically this is the best way I can really contribute my time.
DJ JEANNIE I'm the DJ, and I need to make people happy and it's ok to use music as a medicine and I'll be the little doctor to make people feel better and it's been exceptionally emotional.
LITTLE LOUIE VEGA We're the number 1 city in the world, and uhm, it's ok to come out, you know we need to come out, we need to feel good, and we need ta bring up our spirits and, and uhm, we're experts at that.
People are coming out and they're dancing. And one of the most therapeutic things in the world is listening to beautiful dance music.
REBECCA TAG: ALL THE MONEY RAISED AT THE EVENT GOES TO THE FDNY AND NYPD WIDOW'S AND CHILDREN'S FUNDS-HELPING TO PROVIDE IMMEDIATE RELIEF FOR FAMILIES OF NEW YORK FIREFIGHTERS AND POLICE OFFICERS. IN NEW YORK, I'M REBECCA RANKIN. ))

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Some comic book readers are expressing outrage.. over a storyline that's hitting a little too close to home in New York City.
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The latest superman comic depicts the destruction of what looks lke the world Trade Center Towers- surrounded by smoke.
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((KRONDA ADAIR/COMIC BOOK READER: I THINK IT'S STUPID AND IT'S BAD PR FOR THEM))
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Don Riordan of Future Dreams bookstores says the comic was created months ago.. and the storyline is a coincidence.
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((DON RIORDAN/BOOKSTORE OWNER: THIS PARTICULAR ISSUE IS A 40 PART SERIES. IT WAS WRITTEN IN EXCESS OF FOUR MONTHS AGO.))
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