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Just ahead on News 7 at 5, more U-S air strikes, and more Anthrax scares in several states.
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And after those scares, a Metro station near Washington is evacuated in a hurry. We'll tell you why.
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Temperatures should moderate a bit over the next few days after this record setting cool spell. Forecast details for here and abroad coming up.

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In medical news, some special help this week for people fighting depression.
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And the company that arranges transportation for many Medicaid patients says the days of getting busy signals are over.
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((WE'RE MOVING ALONG TOWARD THE GOAL OF CREAATING CONDITIONS NECESSARY TO CONDUCT A SUSTAINED CAMPAIGN TO ROUTE OUT TERORISTS.))
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And today before and after pictures are released showing some of the damage.

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The U-S says the retaliation against Afghanistan is going well- SO WELL that now the allied forces can attack at any time.. day or night.
But the President warned again today.. this will be a long fight.. the war on terrorism he says... has only just begun.
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Aleen Sirgany is following the story and join us live from Washington with the latest.
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((AS THE U.S CONTINUES WHAT COULD SOON BECOME ROUND THE CLOCK STRIKES IN AFGHANISTAN, THE PENTAGON HAS RELEASED THESE BEFORE AND AFTER PICTURES OF TALIBAN TARGETS. THIS IS AN AIRFIELD BEFORE... AND AFTER. DONALD RUMSFELD/DEFENSE SECRETARY "Weve struck several terrorist training camps, weve damaged most of the airfields. I believe all but one as well as their anti aircraft radars and launchers. THE MILITARY SAYS THAT'S GIVEN THE U.S AIR SUPREMACY OVER AFGHANISTAN....AND THE U-S HAS also KNOCKED OUT VIRTUALLY ALL COMMUNICATION CAPABILITIES belonging to the TERRORISTS.

Gen. Richard Myers/CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF: "There will always be anti-aircraft fire ... but the tactics that we'll utilize will keep us out of their range." EVEN AS THE U.S BOMBING RAIDS CONTINUE, U.S CARGO PLANES DROP THOUSANDS OF FOOD PACKS TO STARVING AFGHANS.. SCRAMBLING TO LEAVE THEIR COUNTRY. THIS AS THE TALIBAN THREATENS TO SACRIFICE MILLIONS OF AFGHAN LIVES IN WHAT THEY CALL THEIR HOLY WAR AGAINST THE UNITED STATES. AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS THE WAR ON TERRORISM HAS ONLY JUST BEGUN. ))


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The work of a Roanoke architectural firm is quietly being credited with saving lives at the Pentagon.
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When terrorists attacked the famous five-sided building September 11, they hit the side that had been re-inforced with "structural steel tubing", blast- resistant windows and a specially- engineered fabric to keep the brick facade intact.
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Mike Biscotte (bis-COT-tee) at Hayes, Seay, Mattern and Mattern is the architect who designed the tough shell for the Pentagon.
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((KEITH HUMPHRY/NEWS 7: JUST BY HAPPENSTANCE, THE WEDGE THAT THE HIJACKED AIRLINER HIT JUST HAPPENED TO THE ONE YOU HAD REINFORCED? MIKE BISCOTTE/ARCHITECT: CORRECT. THAT'S RIGHT. SO IT COULD HAVE BEEN MUCH WORSE? PROBABLY WOULD HAVE BEEN MUCH WORSE.))
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Though 125 people in the building were killed, the upper floors of the Pentagon remained intact long enough for others to get out safely. We'll have more on the Hayes, Seay design work at the Pentagon on NEWS 7 at SIX.
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Hurricane Iris may have taken the lives of 20 members of a Richmond diving club.
Iris slammed ashore in the Central American nation of (Ba-Leeze) Belize.
That's where the diving club's chartered boat capsized. Since officials had ordered evacuations on land, the divers had no choice but to try to ride out the hurricane on their boat.
So far, eight survivors are accounted for.



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The Supreme Court is refusing to give Microsoft a chance to avoid punishment for anti-trust violations.
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The court, without comment, declines to accept an appeal from the software giant that could have stalled penalties.
The case is now in the hands of a lower court judge, who has ordered both sides to engage in intense settlement talks.
The action amounts to a victory for the Justice Department and 18 states pursuing claims that Microsoft abused its monopoly power to curb competition and harm consumers.
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If you're fighting depression, there's plenty of help this week. The details are still ahead.
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And American forces in Afghanistan may face a lot of these .. Stinger missiles .. weapons made in the U-S-A.
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As Operation Enduring Freedom continues, it's likely U-S aircraft will face fire .. from weapons made in the U-S.


Terry Turner tells us why Stinger missiles may become one of the Taliban's favored weapons of war.
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((SHOULDER LAUNCHED BY TWO MAN CREWS...THE C-I-A SENT A THOUSAND OF THEM TO AFGHANISTAN DURING THAT COUNTRY'S WAR WITH THE SOVIET UNION.
AFTER THE WAR...THE C-I-A TRIED TO BUY-BACK UNUSED ONES...BUT STILL CAN'T ACCOUNT FOR 200 OF THEM.

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"I think they pose some threat, but certainly not the threat they posed to the Soviet Union because they're not being fed new and modern ones." )
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STINGERS WERE HIGHLY EFFECTIVE AGAINST SOVIET HELICOPTERS AND CARGO PLANES IN THE 19-80S.
THEY CONTRIBUTED TO THE SOVIET WITHDRAWAL FROM AFGHANISTAN.
AND THAT...IN TURN... CONTRIBUTED TO THE COLLAPSE OF THE SOVIET UNION IN 19-91. IN WASHINGTON, I'M TERRY TURNER, NEWS 7.))


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No more busy signals.... they promise.
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That's the word from DynCorp of Pulaski.
The company arranges non-emergency transportation for Medicaid recipients who need to get to the doctor or pick up a prescription.
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When the center first opened, most patients couldn't even get through to an operator, and if they did, often times their rides wouldn't show up.
But DynCorp says it's doubled its workforce and the number of phone lines .. and is ready to serve customers better.
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((RAY BLANCO: WE HAVE NOT HAD A BUSY SIGNAL SINCE WE WENT LIVE ON SEPTEMBER FIRST. WE HAVE AN ANSWERING TIME OF TWO MINUTES. I'M CONFIDENT ALL THOSE ISSUES HAVE BEEN RESOLVED.))
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Lieutenant Governor John Hager and Senator Bo Trumbo visited DynCorp today, and they say the company is close to working out all its kinks.
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Depression can strike anyone. In fact, every year more than 19 million Americans develop the disorder.
It's a treatable condition -- but only a third of sufferers seek help.
That's why free screenings will be offered around the country on Thursday for National Depression screening day.
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((DEPRESSION HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH WEAKNESS IT'S MEDICAL CONDITION RELATED TO BIOCHEMICAL IMBALANCE IN THE BRAIN ITS' CAUSED BY PERSISTENT STRESS AND TYPICALLY LOSS OF JOB, RELATIONSHIP OR LOVED ONE ))
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Some symptoms of depression include a persistent sad or irritable mood, lack of energy, and change in sleep and appetite.
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For more information about a screening location near you -- you can contact the Mental Health Association at 1-800-969-6642 or go to the website at mental-health-screening-dot-org.
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First it was on, then it was off. Still ahead, Mark and Mark prepare for the debate that's ON again.
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And the Hokies reach the middle of the season undefeated, and preparing for the Eagles. Steve Mason will have more in Sports.
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In case you hadn't heard .. the debate between Mark Earley and Mark Warner is ON again. It was orginally scheduled for Sunday, but was called off when U.S. military strikes began on Afghanistan.
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The debate will have a statewide audience. It is now scheduled for tomorrow night at eight, at the WDBJ7 studios in Roanoke.
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A scare today- for passengers at a Metro train station near D-C.
That after an armed man scuffled with police and sprayed some kind of substance from a jar... and fired a shot in the air.
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This all happened at the metro station in Temple Hills, Maryland-
Police say the man was carrying a gun, a knife and the jar... He released some of the chemical inside the station...
About 15 to 20 people reported feeling sick.
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Police were able to arrest the man.
Fire department hazardous materials teams in protective ruber suits responded.. and officials are trying to figure out exactly what the substance was. They say it doesn't appear it is a biological agent.

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The scare is real in Florida where one man has died from Anthrax and another has been exposed to the germ- Authorities believe the Anthrax cases there are no accident.
Meanwhile here in Virginia, a patient was tested for anthrax, but that came back negative- and a building is being checked in Kentucky.
Jennifer Jones now with the latest on the investigation.
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((It is a criminal act but not an act of terrorism. That's what investigators now believe as they continue to probe the deadly anthrax attack at this Bocal Raton , Florida work place.
The anthrax killed one employee and traces of it turned up in the nasal passages of another worker who is in stable condidition. This led to the immediate shutdown of - AMI - America Media Incorporated. The entire facility has been checked for anthrax spores. It's 300 employees and hundreds of others who'VE been at the location since August 1, are being tested. Mike Perez/ I'm not scared but concerned obviously, because one person died. Kristina Meyers Jennifer Jones Bridge: This Florida Building is now one of two locations shut down because of an anthrax scare.. investigators in Kentucky have sealed off an IRS builidng because of concerns there. Covington, Kentucky It happened in Covington, Kentucky. An employee alerted security officials after she opened a letter containing a white powder. Police took no chances, locking down the building and de-contaminating the employee, who was then taken to the hospital. This after a Virginia man, complaining of flu-like symptons, tested negative for anthrax. Dr. Thomas Ryan, Prince William Hospital The man said he worked in a building that was owned by AMI in Fairfax. As far as we know, he has not been in Florida. Prince George's County. And outside of Washington DCTERMS...a subway station was shut down. It happened after Police asked a passenger for identification. He responded by spraying fluid..which turned out to be cleaning fluid into the air and then fired a handgun. No-one was hurt. Jennifer Jones, CBS News, West Palm Beach.))

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Stocks dropped almost from the start today .. and never recovered.
Alexis Christoforous has today's Marketwatch report.
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Virginia Tech hosts 4 and 1 Boston College this weekend and Mike Stevens says keeping an eye on the Eagles will not be a problem.
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Major League Baseball's post season began today. Seattle and Cleveland began play at around 4:30 in their American League best of five division series. The score is 0-0 in the third. The first game featured the Atlanta Braves against the Houston Astros in the best of five National League Division Series.
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After a Brian Jordan sacrifice fly in the top of the first, the Braves go up 2-nothing, Jordan again doing the damage with a solo homer to left field in the top of the fourth inning.
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on/4;]face former Ferrum star Billy Wagner, but Chipper Jones crushes Wagner's first pitch, a three run homer and Atlanta wins game one 7-4.
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You'll find a wide variety of women starring in new movies on video this week.
Sara Voorhees shows us what to look for.
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IT'S ABOUT TIME FOR BARBIE TO BECOME A MOVIE STAR, ISN'T IT? IN THE STRAIGHT-TO-VIDEO FEATURE BARBIE IN THE NUTCRACKER, BARBIE DOLL IS BROUGHT TO LIFE AS THE STAR OF THE CLASSIC NUTCRACKER BALLET.
THIS COMPUTER-ANIMATED FEATURE IS A FEAST FOR LITTLE EYES. IT'S THE FIRST MOVIE STARRING BARBIE BUT IT PROBABLY WON'T BE THE LAST.
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AND HERE'S THE ULTIMATE THRILL FOR ALL YOU REALITY-TV JUNKIES OUT THERE.
SURVIVOR 2 THE AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK IS BEING RELEASED, WITH ALL THE GREATEST AND MOST OUTRAGEOUS MOMENTS OF TORTURE AND ABUSE DURING THE 42 DAY ORDEAL.
THE VIDEO ALSO HAS INTERVIEWS WITH ALL 16 COMPETITORS, INCLUDING THE $1 MILLION WINNER, THE COMPLETELY FEMALE NURSE TINA WESSON.
(NATAUDIO: "What happened? He was gonna kill you")

ONE NIGHT AT MCCOOL'S IS A VERY DARK COMEDY ABOUT A BIZARRE BEAUTY--LIV TYLER WHO SEDUCES A DIM BULB OF A BARTENDER -- MATT DILLON AND THEN BEGINS TO MAKE ILLEGAL DEMANDS ON HIM TO PAY FOR HER EXTRAVAGANT LIFESTYLE. EVERYONE HE TURNS FOR HELP -- TO JOHN GOODMAN, MICHAEL DOUGLAS AND PAUL REISER GETS SEDUCED, TOO.
(NATAUDIO: "I decided to get a grip on my life and start a diary")

THIS WEEK'S VIDEO TREASURE IS BRIDGET JONES"S DIARY -- WITH RENE ZELWEGGER PLAYING THE ROLE NO ONE THOUGHT SHE COULD PLAY. SHE'S A SLIGHTLY FRUMPY, SLIGHTLY DOTTY SINGLE ENGLISHWOMAN WHO FALLS IN LOVE WITH A SKUNK PLAYED BY HUGH GRANT.
I LOVED THIS MOVIE, AND I THINK BRIDGET JONES SHOULD BE MADE THE PATRON SAINT OF ALL WOMEN WHO'VE BEEN TOLD BY THE MASS MEDIA THEY HAVE TO LOOK LIKE BARBIE. I'M SARA VOORHEES REPORTING.))
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