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Today on News 7 at 5, President Bush proposes a plan to stimulate the economy that was slowed even more by last month's terrorist attacks. We'll have the details,
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Also the Taliban says it is willing to step in and try Osama Bin Laden.
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With temperatures dropping, and rain in the forecast, this first October weekend brings the return of Fall. Details ahead.

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Also a local man is accused of scamming people on E-Bay.
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and we will meet a local man who beleives the old ways are the best ways to run his farm.
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((IN ORDER TO STIMULATE THE ECONOMY CONGRESS DOESN'T NEED TO SPEND ANYMORE MONEY, WHAT IT NEEDS TO DO IS TO CUT TAXES.))
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[OUT Q=to cut taxes.]
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President Bush today askes Congress to give Americans another tax break.
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If President Bush has his way, you could be getting more tax money back.
He says the economy needs a boost that only a tax cut could bring.
Manuel Galleugs has more.
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[SUPER=143-Washington, DC;]
[SUPER=141-Manuel Gallegus/CBS News;]
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[OUT Q=standard outcue.]

((. PRESIDENT BUSH WANTS CONGRESS TO ACT QUICKLY TO BOOST THE NATIONS ECONOMY. AN ECONOMY WORN DOWN BY TERRORISM. HES ASKING FOR AN ADDITIONAL 60 BILLION DOLLARS IN TAX CUTS TO BENEFIT BUSINESSES AND LOW TO MODERATE INCOME WORKERS. BUSH: We believe if we act expeditiously that those fundamentals will kick in and people will be able to find work again. AS THE PRESIDENT TRIES TO HEAD OFF A RECESSION, DEFENSE SECRETARY RUMSFELD IS CROSSING THE MIDDLE EAST AND ASIA, GAINING SUPPORT FROM COUNTRIES AROUND AFGHANISTAN. TODAY UZBEKISTANS PRESIDENT AGREED TO ALLOW U.S. TROOPS TO USE ONE OF ITS AIRBASES FOR STAGING, BUT NOT FOR AN ATTACK. DONALD RUMSFELD, DEFENSE SECTY: ONE THOUSAND ARMY SOLDIERS FROM FORT DRUM, NEW YORK ARE HEADING TO UZBEKISTAN.
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BRITAINS PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR IS ALSO TRAVELING ON BEHALF OF THE U.S. HE TOLD PAKISTANS PRESIDENT THAT SUPPORTING THE U.S. WILL IMPROVE HIS COUNTRYS STANDING WITH THE OUTSIDE WORLD. AND COLIN POWELL MET WITH GEORGIAS PRESIDENT EDOURD SHEVARDNADZE, THE FORMER SOVIET FOREIGN MINISTER WHO HAS FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT WAR IN AFGHANISTAN. TROOP MOVEMENT/NOW IN PLACE))




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The Taliban now says it's willing to put Osama bin Laden on trial... but only if it has proof that he was behind the U-S terror attacks.
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That according to the Taliban ambassador to Pakistan-
Abdul Salam Za-eef rejected the idea of extraditing bin Laden... saying it would be negative for Islam
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((WE WANT TO SETTLE THE PROBLEM BY TRUE ISLAMIC LAW. IF WE SEND OSAMA TO AMERICAN AND OTHER COUNTRIES.. NOT GOOD, NOT JUSTICE.))
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Za-eff also called for the U-S to settle its dispute with bin Laden by negotiation .. not by force.

[5-Anthrax]


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The country is on alert for bio-terrorism. A university in our region may be part of the solution if it strikes.
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At Virginia Tech's Veterinary School, a group of doctors is researching Anthrax. The deadly bacteria is considered a top possibility for bio-terrorism. With Department of Defense grants and contracts, they're developing a vaccine for cattle. The idea is to then perfect one for humans. Doctors say people can get Anthrax by inhaling airborne spores.
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((DR. NAMMALWAR SRIRANGANATHAN/VT COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE; IT CAN SURVIVE ANYWHERE FROM 30 TO 300 MILLION YEARS IN THE ENVIRONMENT SO SPORES IS PRETTY TOUGH STRUCTURE AND IT CAN WITHSTAND MANY OF THE HASSLES THAT WE CAN PUT IT THROUGH SO IT BECOMES A GOOD TARGET FRO BIOTERRORISM.))
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[OUT Q=GOOD TARGET FOR BIOTERRORISM.]
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Currently there are two anthrax vaccines, one for cattle the other for humans. ` Tech researchers efforts are to develop more effective options.
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Is NO car tax NO longer possible next year?
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Governor Jim Gilmore is now saying it's too early to know if he can "phase the tax out" completely in his December budget.
And for the first time this week, Republican Mark Earley laid out a scenario where the tax cut would be delayed.
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((MARK EARLEY: I HOPE WE'RE NOT GOING TO HAVE TO TAP OUR RAINY DAY FUNDS. THAT'S TRIGGERED BY STATUTE ....BUT IF THAT WAS TRIGGERED AND WE HAD TO GO INTO OUR RAINY DAY FUNDS, THEN WE WOULD HAVE TO DELAY THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAR TAX. AND THAT WOULD BE THE ONLY REASON I WOULD SEE THAT WE WOULD IMPLEMENT IT.))
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[OUT Q=that we would implement it.]
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A spokesman for Earley says what the candidate meant to say was he would have to delay the final phase-out of the car tax, if the rainy day fund was tapped.
That puts him closer to Mark Warner, who says he'll phase it out within four years, but after he looks at the books.
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[IN Q=If the Governor's projections]

((MARK WARNER: IF THE GOVERNOR'S PROJECTIONS WERE CORRECT, IN TERMS OF THE NUMBERS HE LAID OUT IN AUGUST, WE'LL PROBABLY BE ABLE TO FINISH IT NEXT YEAR. IF THE SENATE NUMBERS ARE CORRECT, SHOWING A 500 MILLION DOLLAR DISCREPANCY, IT'S PROBABLY GONNA BE MORE CHALLENGING.))
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[OUT Q=gonna be more challenging.]
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U-V-A political analyst Larry Sabato says we should expect Jim Gilmore to present a budget that phases the tax out... and leaves the next governor to figure out how to pay for it.


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Norfolk Southern is temporarily laying off 53 employees at Shaffer's Crossing.
Over half of those to be furloughed are students and apprentices.
The rest include machinists, electricians, firemen and oilers -- all in the locomotive shops.
Those 53 employees will lose their jobs between October 9th and November 7th.
Norfolk Southern say the weak economy is to blame for the furlough.

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A Roanoke County man is set to be tried next month on charges of stealing other people's identities to obtain phony credit cards.
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In the meantime Keith Wilburn Huffman is being investigated for allegedly scamming bidders on e-Bay, the on-line auction company. Federal investigators say he notified at least 13 people that they were the winning bidders for certain items... that he collected anywhere between 270 and 369 dollars, apiece... but never sent the items. The prosecutor points out Huffman was indicted for fraud last month.
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[SOT 13]
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((MR. HUFFMAN OBTAINED IDENTITIES OF SIX DIFFERENT PEOPLE AND OBTAINED CREDIT CARDS.))
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[OUT Q=obtained creidt cards.]
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The indictment alleges Huffman incurred 24-thousand dollars in debt with those cards.
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Still to come on the newscast, researchers say the have made a major breakthrough in AIDS research. We'll tell you what it is after this break,
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[VO] also we'll tell you why a small pilotless plane is expected to make a big difference in the war against terrorism.
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A robotic, remote controlled airplane is expected to make a big difference as the American military looks for Osama Bin Laden.
The Predator plane has been drawing the maps, soldiers and pilots will use in the war on terrorism. Terry Turner has more.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=143-Washington, DC; :00]
[SUPER=141-Jack Spencer/National Security Analyst; :20]
[SUPER=141-Thomas Cassidy/General Atomics Aeronautical; :48]
[SUPER=141-Terry Turner/Reporting; :51]
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[OUT Q=for News 7.]

(( AMERICAN REMOTE CONTROLLED...AND ROBOTIC AIRPLANES HAD REPORTEDLY BEEN OPERATING OVER AFGHANISTAN...FOR MONTHS BEFORE THE SEPTEMBER 11-TH ATTACKS.
THEY'VE BEEN DRAWING THE MAPS...SOLDIERS AND PILOTS WILL USE IN THE WAR ON TERRORISM. TERRY TURNER TAKES A LOOK AT 'U-A-Vs."
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AMERICA'S FIRST PLANES OVER ENEMY TERRITORY IN THE WAR ON TERRORISM... DON'T HAVE PILOTS ON BOARD. U-A-Vs...'UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES'...ARE SMALL...CHEAP SPYPLANES...FLOWN BY REMOTE CONTROL FROM HUNDRED'S OF MILES AWAY.
U-A-Vs...LIKE THE 'PREDATOR'...ARE PERFECT FOR THE WAR ON TERRORISM.

(( SOT - SPENCER "They're going to be very useful in this mission.

Simply because we don't have the human resources on the ground in Afghanistan to collect the intelligence we need." ))

FOUR PREDATORS WORK AS A UNIT. THEY'RE CONNECTED...VIA SATELLITE...TO A COMMAND CENTER...FAR FROM ENEMY LINES.
THEY 'ARE' SLOW...CRUISING AT ONLY 85 MILES-PER-HOUR...THEY'RE EASY TO SHOOT DOWN. BUT THERE'S NO PILOT TO RISK...AND THEY'VE BEEN EASY TO REPLACE SINCE THEY FIRST WENT INTO SERVICE IN 19-95.

(( SOT - CASSIDY "We've been building Predators at the rate of one a

month since then." ))

THEY CAN STAY IN THE AIR FOR SIXTEEN HOURS AT A TIME.
THE IMAGES AND INFORMATION THEY SEND BACK RIVAL SPY SATELLITES. BUT THEY CAN GO WHERE SATELLITES CAN'T.
AND CAN SHOW UP...WHEN THEY'RE NOT EXPECTED.

(( SOT - SPENCER "A spy satellite is predictable, There are Internet

websites out there that are run by amateur satellite enthusiasts that can predict when these satellites are overhead."))

U-A-Vs ARE DESCRIBED AS A 'HYBRID' OF THE HIGH-TECH INTELLIGENCE GATHERING FROM SPACE...AND THE OLD-FASHIONED TECHNIQUE OF PUTTING EYES ON THE GROUND.
AND U-A-Vs MAY HAVE TO COVER A LOT OF GROUND...FINDING TARGETS IN A WAR WITHOUT CLEAR FRONT LINES.
IN WASHINGTON, I'M TERRY TURNER
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THE AIR FORCE IS ALSO TESTING A LARGER PLANE...THE GLOBAL HAWK. LARGER THAN AN F-16 FIGHTER JET...THE GLOBAL HAWK CAN FLY FOR 23 HOURS AT HIGH ALTITUDE.))

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It is being called a major breakthrough in the battle against HIV.
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Scientists at Myriad Genetics say they've discovered what allows the virus to jump from one cell to another- eventually infecting the entire body with the virus that causes AIDS.
The research gives scientists new insight into how the virus works- and it could help them target a new series of drugs that could have a dramatic impact on the virus.
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[SOT 13:24:25]
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((KENTON ZAVITZ/MYRIAD GENETICS: WE'RE VERY HOPEFUL THIS ADDITION TO THE ANTI VIRAL ARSENATL WILL HELP WTIH HIV.)) ((DAVE FERGUSON: IT ENCOURAGES THOSE OF US WHO ARE POSITIVE TO THINK IN THE LONG TERM AND PLAY MORE OFFENSE WITH OUR LIVES AND THINK IN THE LONG TERM.))
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[OUT Q=IN THE LONG TERM.]
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Researchers say it could be awhile before a new medicaiton is developed. They say if all goes well, a drug could be available within the next couple of years.
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[5-Southwest-Traditions]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Later this month, the Blue Ridge Institute of Ferrum College will hold its 28th Folklife Festival, a popular event that celebrates the traditions of this region.
For the next four Fridays, News 7 at Five will highlight some of the people taking part in that event, and the folkways they still practice today. [TOSS ACROSS THE SET: Jean-JOE on the MB SET;]
Joe Dashiell is here tonight with our first preview. Joe, where are you taking us?
Jean... We're heading to a corner of Grayson County, where
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if you look hard enough, you can still find someone plowing his field and pulling a wagon with a team of horses.
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[SUPER=01-Roddy Moore/Blue Ridge Institute; 1:00]
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[OUT Q=come on girls...HORSE WHINNIES.]

(( [OPENS WITH INTERVIEW 23:49]
[IN Q=This piece of machinery]

((THIS PIECE OF MACHINERY HAS BEEN IN MY FAMILY SINCE 1947.))
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[OUT Q=since 1947.]


And thanks to Danny Wingate, it's still working... [NAT SOUND OF CLIPPERS... PAN UP TO RIDER]
Wingate says he could ask his neighbors to help him plow his fields or mow the grass, but he enjoys working with his horses, and enjoys the connection with the past.
[SOT INTERVIEW]
[IN Q=In my family, several of my]

((IN MY FAMILY, SEVERAL OF MY GREAT UNCLES ON BOTH SIDES OF MY FAMILY. MY GRANDMOTHER'S SIDE AND MY GRANDFATHER'S. THEY WERE SOME OF THE LAST PEOPLE IN THE COUNTY THAT ACTUALLY FARMED WITH HORSES AND OUR FAMILY'S ALWAYS HAD HORSES AND OUR FAMILY'S ALWAYS HAD HORSES AS FAR AS I CAN TELL. AND ALWAYS BEEN LOVERS OF HORSES, SO I ENJOY HAVING THEM. ENJOY THE CONNECTION.))
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[OUT Q=enjoy the connection.]


It's a brisk fall morning on his Grayson County farm, and Wingate is working with two percherons named Kate and Ann, beautiful animals with the strength and temperament to get the job done.
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[IN Q=She's doing real well.]

((SHE'S DOING REAL WELL. SHE HASN'T BEEN WORKED AN AWFUL LOT, BUT SHE'S A REAL NICE SENSIBLE MARE. I'VE MOWED HAY WITH HER, I'VE PLOWED WITH HER AND CLIPPING SOME PASTURES. SHE'S COMING ALONG REAL WELL.))
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[OUT Q=she's coming along real well.]
[SOT RODDY MOORE 46:14]
[IN Q=I think with Danny Wingate here]

((I THINK WITH DANNY WINGATE HERE, WE'VE GOT SOMEONE THAT'S AN OLD MAN IN A YOUNG MAN'S BODY, THAT HE'S SPENT A LOT OF TIME TALKING TO AN AWFUL LOT OF PEOPLE ABOUT THE WAY THINGS USED TO BE.))
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[OUT Q=about the way things used to be.]


And the way things WILL be for a little while longer. [NAT SOUND 45:09]
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((COME ON GIRLS...))
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[OUT Q=come on girls.]))



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And we're not done with Danny Wingate just yet, Jean [TOSS ACROSS THE SET: Jean-JOE on the MB SET;]
if you've travelled the parkway, or visited other historic attractions in the area you've probably seen his handiwork... and I'll tell you more about that next Friday.

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Coming up next, Robin will let us know what our weekend weather will be like...
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[5-Weapons]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=tbr]
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[GRAPHIC=America Mobilizes]


A robotic, remote controlled airplane is expected to make a big difference as the American military looks for Osama Bin Laden.
The Predator plane has been drawing the maps, soldiers and pilots will use in the war on terrorism. Terry Turner has more.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=143-Washington, DC; :00]
[SUPER=141-Jack Spencer/National Security Analyst; :20]
[SUPER=141-Thomas Cassidy/General Atomics Aeronautical; :48]
[SUPER=141-Terry Turner/Reporting; :51]
[RUNS=1:36]
[OUT Q=for News 7.]

(( AMERICAN REMOTE CONTROLLED...AND ROBOTIC AIRPLANES HAD REPORTEDLY BEEN OPERATING OVER AFGHANISTAN...FOR MONTHS BEFORE THE SEPTEMBER 11-TH ATTACKS.
THEY'VE BEEN DRAWING THE MAPS...SOLDIERS AND PILOTS WILL USE IN THE WAR ON TERRORISM. TERRY TURNER TAKES A LOOK AT 'U-A-Vs."
(TAKE PKG)
SCRIPT:

AMERICA'S FIRST PLANES OVER ENEMY TERRITORY IN THE WAR ON TERRORISM... DON'T HAVE PILOTS ON BOARD. U-A-Vs...'UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES'...ARE SMALL...CHEAP SPYPLANES...FLOWN BY REMOTE CONTROL FROM HUNDRED'S OF MILES AWAY.
U-A-Vs...LIKE THE 'PREDATOR'...ARE PERFECT FOR THE WAR ON TERRORISM.

(( SOT - SPENCER "They're going to be very useful in this mission.

Simply because we don't have the human resources on the ground in Afghanistan to collect the intelligence we need." ))

FOUR PREDATORS WORK AS A UNIT. THEY'RE CONNECTED...VIA SATELLITE...TO A COMMAND CENTER...FAR FROM ENEMY LINES.
THEY 'ARE' SLOW...CRUISING AT ONLY 85 MILES-PER-HOUR...THEY'RE EASY TO SHOOT DOWN. BUT THERE'S NO PILOT TO RISK...AND THEY'VE BEEN EASY TO REPLACE SINCE THEY FIRST WENT INTO SERVICE IN 19-95.

(( SOT - CASSIDY "We've been building Predators at the rate of one a

month since then." ))

THEY CAN STAY IN THE AIR FOR SIXTEEN HOURS AT A TIME.
THE IMAGES AND INFORMATION THEY SEND BACK RIVAL SPY SATELLITES. BUT THEY CAN GO WHERE SATELLITES CAN'T.
AND CAN SHOW UP...WHEN THEY'RE NOT EXPECTED.

(( SOT - SPENCER "A spy satellite is predictable, There are Internet

websites out there that are run by amateur satellite enthusiasts that can predict when these satellites are overhead."))

U-A-Vs ARE DESCRIBED AS A 'HYBRID' OF THE HIGH-TECH INTELLIGENCE GATHERING FROM SPACE...AND THE OLD-FASHIONED TECHNIQUE OF PUTTING EYES ON THE GROUND.
AND U-A-Vs MAY HAVE TO COVER A LOT OF GROUND...FINDING TARGETS IN A WAR WITHOUT CLEAR FRONT LINES.
IN WASHINGTON, I'M TERRY TURNER
(TAG)

THE AIR FORCE IS ALSO TESTING A LARGER PLANE...THE GLOBAL HAWK. LARGER THAN AN F-16 FIGHTER JET...THE GLOBAL HAWK CAN FLY FOR 23 HOURS AT HIGH ALTITUDE.))
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It is a record that most thought would never fall, but the single season home run record could crumble tonight. Mike Stevens will have the details in Sports,
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Also we'll tell you why a French inventor thinks he will clean up financially from dirty pets.
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[5-Marketwatch]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Stock Market]


On Wall Street today, stock prices managed to close higher after struggling for much of the session.
Blue chips perked up late as President Bush urged Congress to approve an economic stimulus package. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=first audio]
[SUPER=01-Alexis Christoforous/CBS Marketwatch;]
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[OUT Q=...News 7 at 5.]




[5-Pet-Washing]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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If you are tired of washing your cat or dog, you may like this next invention.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lyon, France; 14:15:18 CBS ]


It is an automatic pet washing machine. In about 25 minutes, the new machine washes rinses and dries the animal for a low cost which is based on the size of the animal.
It works with both cats and dogs. Unfortunatly you'll have to travel to France to enjoy this new invention. But from the looks of things, most of these pets would have been willing to wait.
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[S5-Bonds]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-105]
[GRAPHIC=TICKER]


Welcome folks to the Friday ticker.
[GRAPHIC=MLB]

Last night Barry Bonds made baseball history by hitting his 70th homerun of the season to tie Mark McGwire's all-time single season record.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Houston, TX/Last Night;:00]

The upper deck blast came in the top of the ninth inning last night at Houston's Enron Field. The ball was caught by fan Charles Murphy - who was just a little bit excited about his latest catch.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=bite]
[SUPER=01-Charles Murphy/Caught Bonds 70th Homer; :03]
[RUNS=:20]
[OUT Q=...BANG THAT WAS IT."]
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Hopefully, he had a designated driver to get him home after the newsconference.[S5-FFE]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=mst]
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Friday football Extra is coming up tonight at 11:35. Here's the week six schedule with the home teams listed on the bottom.
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[RUNS=:55]
[OUT Q=...LOGO COMES FULL."]
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE] Also tomorrow Your Hometown Station has an SEC doubleheader for you as Tennessee battles Georgia and LSU hooks up with the Florida Gators.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE] Sunday, it's the Ravens, who will have ailing Ray Lewis back in the lineup hooking up with the Titans one one right after the NFL Today.
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[talent=mike]
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Also, don't forget that the Roanoke Express is playing Richmond in an exhibition game tonight at the Ice Station at 7:30. Limited seats are available.
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Steve Mason will have your college game day information tonight on News 7 at six. I'll see you late tonight for Friday Football Extra. Take care everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

[5-Survivor]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=tbr]
[TAPE#=]
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If you think the novelty has worn off of "Survivor," you're in for a big surprise. Producers are promising some interesting changes when the show returns Thrusday night.
Teri Okita reports from Kenya on what to expect.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/CBS News;]
[SUPER=01-Jeff Probst/"Survivor" Host;]
[SUPER=01-Mark Burnett/Executive Producer;]
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[OUT Q=CBS NEWS Kenya]

((SURVIVOR MUSIC FULL/FULLSCREEN LOGO)
TRACK: 16-NEW CONTESTANTS. DIFFERENT CHALLENGES. AND A CHANGE IN THE SIZZLING FORMAT.

(NATSD)


TRACK: INSTEAD OF THE TEAMS MERGING HALF-WAY THROUGH, THIS TIME AROUND, WORD IS THEYLL SPLIT INTO THREE EFFECTIVELY PUTTING AN END TO ANY ALLIANCES.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)
SOT: Just like in Survivor 1 and 2, there are reward and immunity

challenges. Only this time, look for even more elaborate, more grueling contests. (:09)

(NATSD Jeff: This is it. Season 3 immunity idol. (:03)


TRACK: HOST JEFF PROBST RETURNS WITH CONTESTANTS WHO COMBINE PERSONALITIES FROM THE LAST TWO CASTS.

(Super: Jeff Probst/Host, "Survivor:Africa")
SOT: We definitely have some grisled veterans, some all-Americana

people in there, and then, we also have the younger, fit-bodied, attractive people. (:10)
TRACK: SURVIVORS MUST ENDURE BRUTAL HEAT AND LITTLE WATER NOT TO MENTION UNFRIENDLY NEIGHBORS.

(Super: Mark Burnett/Executive Producer)
SOT: Theres no question Africa, as a location, has been much more

challenging than the previous two. (:06)
TRACK: THE AFRICAN STAPLE, CORN MAIZE, REPLACES RICE AND HUNTING IS NOT ONLY NOT ALLOWED, ITS ILLEGAL.

SOT: Jeff : When you put all that together with the same structure of

16-new people, strangers to each other, forced to get along with lions and elephants and hippos all around them, its going to be tough. (:12)
TRACK: THERE IS ONE CONSTANT: THE SOLE SURVIVOR STILL TAKES HOME A MILLION DOLLARS. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, KENYA.)) [Close-ID] [5pm] SUPER=x4035; fax/copyright [SUPER=x4034;email/copyright]