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Today on News 7 at 5, U-S air strikes continue in Afghanistan. We will have an update in a live report.
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Also a second case of anthrax is discovered in Florida. This time the patient is a co-worker of the man who died last week.
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Starting off this work week with a big time, record setting chill. We are well into the 20s & 30s tonight yet again. Details ahead.

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In other news, a medical condition leaves the future career of a popular talk show host in doubt,
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and we'll see why a herd of pigs can make a big difference in the future health of the nation's hemophiliac population.

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Day two of U-S Airstrikes on Afghanistan.
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((STRIKES ARE CONTINUING AS WE SPEAK WE ARE HITTING TARGETS SIMLIAR TO WHAT WE DID YESTERDAY. TODAY WE'RE USING ABOUT TEN BOMBER AIRCRAFT.))
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It is now the middle of the night in Afghanistan and the U- S is launching more airstrikes on Afghan positions-
U-S Officials say 31 Taliban military sites were hit just in yesterday's attacks. No word yet on what tonight's strikes have hit.
Meanwhile in Florida a second man has reportedly come in contact with the Anthrax bacterium. We will have more on that in a moment, but first we
go to Aleen Sirgany- with the latest on the U-S/British attack.
She's live in Washington.
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(( TODAYS ATTACKS CAME ALMOST 24 HOURS TO THE MINUTE OF SUNDAYS STRIKES. THE PENTAGON SAYS 31 TALIBAN MILITARY SITES WERE HIT YESTERDAY ALONE. MONDAY, U.S BOMBERS TARGETED SITES IN FOUR AFGHAN CITIES DESIGNED TO KNOCK OUT AIR DEFENSE MISSILES AND TERRORISTS TRAINING CAMPS RUN BY OSAMA BIN LADEN. DEFENSE SECRETARY DONALD RUMSFELD SAYS THIS WAR WILL BE A BROAD CAMPAIGN AGAINST TERRORISM. DONALD RUMSFELD/DEFENSE SECRETARY It is not simple. It is not neat. There is no silver bullet, as I've said. It is a problem that is going to take continuous pressure by countries across the globe
AS U-S CARGO PLANES DROPPED THOUSANDS OF FOOD PACKS TO STARVING AFGHANS SCRAMBLING TO LEAVE THEIR COUNTRY, THE RULING TALIBAN PARTY SAID THE ATTACKS WERE INEFFECTIVE AND KILLED INNOCENT WOMEN AND CHILDREN. HERE AT HOME, AUTHORITIES ARE PREPARING FOR THE WORST. ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT SAYS ALL FEDERAL AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES HAVE BEEN PUT ON THE HIGHEST ALERT, BUT HE SAYS EVEN THAT IS NOT ENOUGH. JOHN ASHCROFT/ATTORNEY GENERAL 13:48:30 "Every American should be vigilant and we are counting on each American to help defend our nation in this war." ON THIS SECOND DAY OF WHAT IS EXPECTED TO BE A LONG WAR ON TERRORISM, PRESIDENT BUSH SAID WHILE ITS A FRIGHTENING TIME FOR THE U.S, THERES NO BETTER TIME TO ATTACK. BUSH: Make no mistake about it. They've roused a mighty giant. AMID THE HIGH ALERT, THE COAST GUARD MOBILIZED ITS LARGEST SECURITY FORCE SINCE WORLD WAR TWO. SECURITY HAS ALSO BEEN BEEFED UP AT NUCLEAR LABS AND PORTS ACROSS THE COUNTRY. AS, CBS NEWS, WASH.))'


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U-S officials say it's too early to tell whether the source of Anthrax in Florida is terrorism related.
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A second man who worked at American Media in Boca Raton has come in contact with the Anthrax Bacterium-
Offcials say it was found in his nose, but he has not contracted the disease.
The first worker died last week.. the second man is hospitalized.
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((DR. JEAN MELECKI/PALM BEACH CO. HEALTH DEPT: WE DO KNOW THAT THERE HAS TO BE A CERTIAN NUMBER OF SPORES TO BE INHALED TO BE ABLE TO COME DOWN WITH THE DISEASE. IT'S LIKELY ONE OR TWO SPORES AND HE MAY NOT COME DOWN WITH THE DISEASE.))
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The F-B-I has sealed off the building where the two men worked. The backteria had been detected on a computer keyboard in thier office.
Officials are also testing 300 other employees and giving htem protective antibiotics.
The building houses offices for the Sun tabloid newspaper.
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Residents of a Muslim community in Charlotte County say they're more apprehensive than ever now that war is underway in Afghanistan.
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About 25 Muslim families make their home in this small neighborhood near Red House.
They've been on edge since the September 11th terrorist attacks, and with the U-S starting to retaliate, residents are concerned about their own safety.
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((MATTHEW GARDNER/CHARLOTTE CO. MUSLIM: WE JUST WANT TO LIVE HERE AND LIVE OUR LIVES, WE WANT TO GO TO WORK AND WE WANT TO SUPPORT OUR FAMILIES, AND WE DEFINITELY DON'T WANT TO BE HARASSED BY ANYONE, BUT WE UNDERSTAND WITH ALL THE PARANOIA AND HYSTERIA THAT'S GOING ON RIGHT NOW IN THIS COUNTRY THAT SOME OF IT IS GOING TO BE TURNED TO US. WE JUST ASK THAT THE PEOPLE UNDERSTAND THAT WE'RE AMERICANS ALSO.))
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Gardner says there have been a few minor incidents of vandalism and harassment over the years.
Charlotte County sheriff Thomas Jones says his deputies have stepped up patrols in the area near the Muslim community.
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Could a medical problem end Rush Limbaugh's career? We'll have the information after this break.
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[VO] Also we'll tell you why one of the best weapons in the war is in short supply.
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More than one year after an explosion sunk the Russian submarine Kursk.. it is being raised from the sea.
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The Kursk is being lifted on steel cables lowered from a giant barge-
Every hour the crew stops to monitor radiation levels.
The nuclear submarine has been at the bottom of the Barents sea for more than year.. since an explosion that sank the Kursk and killed 118 Russian crewmen.
Workers are fighting bad weather as they work to bring the Kursk to the surface and back to shore.
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One of the first weapons used in the war against Osama Bin Laden is the cruise missile.
The missiles are fast, deadly and acurate, but as Terry Turner tells us, they are also in short supply.
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(( THE FIRST SHOTS...WHEN AMERICA GOES TO WAR...ARE CRUISE MISSILES.
THEY'LL BE A WEAPON OF CHOICE IN THE WAR ON TERRORISM.

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"Cruise missiles will be essential." )

PRIME TARGETS IN AFGHANISTAN MAY BE AT THE VERY LIMITS OF THE RANGE OF NAVY PLANES LIKE THE F-18 HORNET.

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"One of the answers is the cruise missile. They have no problems getting in that far.")

PROBLEM IS...THERE MAY NOT BE ENOUGH.

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"It's a huge concern. We have in the hundreds of cruise missiles. Now, if you're depending largely on those to hit your targets -- hundreds is not a lot when you're talking about what might be a global war on terrorism.")

DURING THE GULF WAR...THE NAVY FIRED 288 CRUISE MISSILES DURING SIX WEEKS.
IN THE FOUR DAY...'DESERT FOX' OPERATION AGAINST IRAQ IN 19-98...THE AIR FORCE USED 40-PERCENT OF ITS AIR LAUNCHED ARSENAL.

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"Estimates are there were 150 coming into the Kosovo actions.")

AND THE AIR LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILES STILL AVAILABLE FOR THE WAR ON TERRORISM...ARE OLD. NO NEW DESIGNS SINCE 19-91.
THE NAVY STOCKPILE OF TOMAHAWKS ARE HEALTHIER...AND NEWER.
TOMAHAWKS READ COMPUTERIZED MAPS...AND LOOK FOR LANDMARKS TO FIND THEIR WAY. THEY CAN SKIM THE GROUND FOR A THOUSAND MILES...TO LAND WITHIN FEET OF THEIR TARGETS.

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"Both highly accurate and unmanned makes them a very nice weapon to use in cases where we don't want to risk pilots and crews.")

CRUISE MISSILES HAVE CUT U-S LOSSES IN THE PAST. BUT THEY'VE MISSED OSAMA BIN LADEN IN THE PAST. THIS TIME...THEY MAY SUPPORT MANNED PLANES...INSTEAD OF REPLACING THEM.
IN WASHINGTON, I'M TERRY TURNER))

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In the wake of September's terrorist attacks, many people are finding comfort in their religious faith.
Today, as military action resumed in Afghanistan there were more prayers for the nation and the world.
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St. John's Episcopal Church in Roanoke is where one local congregation held a special service today.
Members offered prayers for the victims of terrorist attacks, men and women in the military, and for world leaders dealing with the crisis.
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((FR. JAMES HUBBARD/ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH: WE'RE PRAYING FOR THE NATION, PARTICULARLY FOR THE LEADER OF OUR NATION, GEORGE BUSH AND THE LEADERS OF THE OTHER NATIONS INVOLVED IN THIS TERRIBLE TIME OF CALAMITY.))
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Hubbard says he prays that our leaders will have wisdom, and that their response to the tragedies of September 11th will be "measured and wise."
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In Health check tonight,
Research at Virginia Tech could bring hope to thousands of hemophiliacs around the world.
It involves a treatment produced in genetically engineered pigs.
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And as Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us it could save thousands of lives.
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That's right jean. 80-percent of hemophiliacs in the world don't have access to adequate treatment.
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As a result, some don't live past their teenage years. But Virginia Tech researchers hope to change that.
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(( These pigs have been genetically engineered to produce a special protein in their milk -- a protein that if given to hemophiliacs would help their blood clot.
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((WE'VE GENETICALLY ENGINEERED THESE PIGS WITH A BIOSYNTHETIC OF A HUMAN GENE. AND ALSO A GENE SWITCH THAT TURNS PROTEINS ON IN THE MAMMARY GLANDS AND ONLY DURING LACTATION)) [RUNS12]
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And so their milk contains a protein known as Factor 9 --which is a protein that is defective in most Type B hemophiliacs.
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(( IT'S A REPLACEMENT THERAPY --AND IF IT'S ABUNDANT AND ITS SAFE THEN ESSENTIALLY THESE HEMOPHILIAC KIDS THAT WOULD RECEIVE PROTEINS DERIVED FROM THIS MILK WOULD LIVE NORMAL LIVES)) [RUNS11]
And researchers say because pigs can produce milk within one year of birth --that protein will be in abundant supply and very cheap.
The average pigs has 100 milking days years --and can produce 10 liters a day -- and just one liter is a year's supply of treatment for a person.
And since the pigs have the gene through heredity --they can continue to pass it on to their offspring.
For researchers it will mean a chance to help thousands of poor children around the world -- who get little or no treatment at all.
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(( FOR MOST IN OUR MINDS IS TO SAVE THOSE KIDS. THIS DISEASE OCCURS INFINITE FREQUENCY SO WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE 6-THOUSAND PATIENTS WITH --SO WE CAN TREAT THOSE KIDS.)) [RUNS15]
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Researchers hope to have clinical trials within a year. But the ultimate goal is to give developing countries their own pigs and the tools to make the medicine themselves.
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Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh says he expects to go totally deaf.
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The commentator says he is completely deaf in his left ear and can recognize sound with his right ear, but cannot identify it.
Limbaugh says doctors have not been able to stabilize his hearing or restore it. He notes that the problems began on May 29th and have rapidly deteriorated.
He expects within a couple of months he'll be totally deaf, raising questions how he'll continue his popular program.
Limbaugh reaches some 20 million listeners during his call in show and commentary.
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The U-V-A Cavaliers say they want to take their frustrations out on the Tar Heels. Mike Stevens will have more in Sports,
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Also we'll see how a federal grant is helping local police obtain the latest crime fighting technology.
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Still to come on the newscast, we'll see how the stock markets are responding to the war on terrorism. Then a little later, we'll explain why security is even tighter on this season's Survivor program.
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Stocks ended mixed as Wall Street greeted news of U-S military attacks on the Taliban in Afghanistan rather quietly. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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A sizable grant from the federal government will give Roanoke County police officers the gift of time.
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Congressman Bob Goodlatte this morning presented the department with a 370-thousand dollar grant from the Department of Justice. The money will buy laptop computers for patrol cars that will enable officers to find information about wanted criminals in less than a minute.
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((CHIEF RAY LAVINDER/ROANOKE COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT: IT'S GONNA SAVE ALOT OF TIME FOR THE OFFICERS FOR THEIR REPORT WRITING, WITH THEIR CALLING INTO TH EDISPATCHERS AND GETTING INFORMATION BACK AND IT'S ALSO GONNA SAVE ALOT OF THE DISPATCHER'S TIME.))
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Lavinder says officer will also be able to use the computers for silently communicating with each other during times when talking over air waves could be dangerous.
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Welcome everybody to the Monday two minute ticker.
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There is no better way for the Virginia Cavaliers to get over their 41-to-21 ACC loss to Maryland on Saturday than to beat conference rival UNC this coming Saturday. Steve Mason updates us on the 3-and-2 Cavaliers.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six - this week's edition of the Tech 2001 report will focus on the Hokies top ranked defense, and their two Big East award winners for this week - linebacker Ben Taylor and Andre Davis.
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Take care folks. I'll see you at the top of the hour. [GO TO BREAK]

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Security around all the Survivor camps has always been tight. The goal was to keeping snooping journalists from giving away the surprise ending to the show. But this time there is an added level of danger. Teri Okita has more from Kenya.
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SOT: (12:33/39) Some of them are completely reckless. Have no idea. I

think they think they re in a zoo. (:05)
TRACK: AND GUARDS HAVE FOILED THE PLANS OF SCHEMING JOURNALISTS EAGER TO GET THE SCOOP ON WHO S HEADING TOWARDS A MILLION.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: (13:24:25/27) It s maximum security here at the Survivor production camp. Not only do they have over 100 private and government guards patrolling the area, they also have an electrified fence around the camp. (:10)
TRACK: ALL CAMP ENTRANCES AND EXITS ARE MANNED 24-HOURS-A-DAY, AND THE PRODUCTION CREWS ARE ESCORTED AT ALL TIMES.

(Super: Rob Smart/Security Manager)
SOT: It is Africa, so you might get the odd, roving bandits from time to

time.
TRACK: THEY CARRY WEAPONS JUST IN CASE. BUT THE CALL OF THE WILD IS THEIR BIGGEST CONCERN POISONOUS SNAKES, SCORPIONS, MALARIA-INFECTED MOSQUITOES, AND OF COURSE, THE GAME.

SOT: (22:09/39) On foot, buffalo, by far the most dangerous. (:03 BUTT

TO 22:21) You come across them in thick grass, they re lying down, and they have a tendency to charge. (:08)
TRACK: BEFORE HEADING OUT, CONTESTANTS ARE PREPPED ABOUT DANGERS IN THE BUSH.

SOT: (23:15/39) Rob: As we tell everybody before they arrive, look

before you leap. (:03)
TRACK: AND AS THE GAME PLAYS OUT, THE SOLE SURVIVOR MAY NOT BE THE PERSON WITH THE BEST ALLIANCE, BUT THE ONE WHO NEVER LETS THEIR GUARD DOWN. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, KENYA.))
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