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Today on News 7 at 5, the American military sees some one of its busiest days yet over Afghanistan. We'll have a live report.
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Also the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford says it is millions of dollars in debt.
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The forecast continues to be fair with warming temperatures. That story and thelatest Afghanistan forecast coming up.

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In medical news, we'll see a new tool that helps local doctors spot breast cancers earlier than other methods,
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also we have some important information for parents as several products for children are recalled.
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You could call it America's Most Wanted List... pictures are released of people U-S officials call the most dangerous terrorist leaders still out there.
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((THORUGH THE SUPPORT OF THE MEDIA WE'RE GOING TO SPREAD THE NAMES AND FACES OF HTE MOST DANGEROUS TERRORISTS ACROSS THE GLOBE SO THEY HAVE NO WHERE TO HIDE.. NO WHERE TO TURN.))
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The pictures are released as the U-S launches another attack... described as the heaviest so far.
And Defense officials say U-S warplanes will soon turn to more aggressive means to target Taliban leaders.
Aleen Sirgany is live in Washington with the latest.
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((AS THE ATTACKS CONTINUE IN AFGHANISTAN, SENIOR DEFENSE OFFICIALS SAY U-S WARPLANES WILL SOON TURN TO MORE AGGRESSIVE MEANS TO TARGET TALIBAN LEADERS. 5-THOUSAND POUND LASER BOMBS WILL BE USED TO DESTROY UNDERGROUND BUNKERS WHERE MEMBERS OF THE TALIBAN ARE BELIEVED TO BE HIDING OUT. AND THESE MEN ARE HIDING OUT TOO... They must be found; they will be stopped; and they will be punished. PRESIDENT BUSH RELEASED THE NAMES AND PICTURES OF 22 OF THE WORLDS MOST WANTED TERRORISTS. THE LIST INCLUDES OSAMA BIN LADEN AND HIS TOP DEPUTIES AND 19 OTHERS THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS ARE JUST AS DANGEROUS. BUSH: This effort is part of a worldwide assault on terror. All our allies and friends will now be familiar with these evildoers and their associates. For those who join our coalition, we expect results. And a good place to start -- help us bring these folks to justice. NATOS SECRETARY GENERAL LORD ROBERSTON MET WITH PRESIDENT BUSH AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY PROMISING NATOS FULL SUPPORT FROM INTELLIGENCE GATHERING TO FREEZING TERRORISTS DOLLARS. LORD ROBERTSON/NATO SECRETARY GENERAL They are not insuperable. They are not unvanquishable. But we are and we can win and we certainly will win. AS AMERICA REMAINS ON HIGH ALERT, IN AN UNPRECEDENTED MOVE, NATO IS ALSO SENDING SURVELLIANCE PLANES TO PATROL AMERICAN SHORES. THIS WILL ALLOW SIMILAR U-S PLANES TO HEAD TO THE GULF REGION WHEN AND IF THEYRE NEEDED TO JOIN THE AIR CAMPAIGN.))

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The war against terrorism may finally help us put aside the lingering debate over what went wrong in Vietnam... so says Henry Kissinger.
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The man who served President Nixon as National Security Advisor and Secretary of State was at Virginia Military Institute today.
In a speech to the Corps of Cadets, Kissinger praised President Bush for his response to the terrorist attacks.
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((HENRY KISSINGER/FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE: THE PEOPLE WHO DID THIS HAVE MADE A GREAT MISTAKE, NOT JUST FROM A MORAL POINT OF VIEW, BUT ALSO FROM THEIR ASSESSMENT OF HOW AMERICA REACTS.))
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While Kissinger endorsed the Administration's two- part campaign of aerial attacks and food- drops, he said it's important that the United States not get into "nation- building" in Afghanistan.
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Anxious workers at a Florida newspaper company are waiting to hear if they've been exposed to anthrax.
This, as authorities there try to figure out just where the anthrax that killed a co-worker came from.
Jennifer Jones reports.
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(( TWO CASES INVOLVING ANTHRAX AT THIS PUBLISHING COMPANY IN BOCA RATON, FLORIDA ... MAY HAVE ACTUALLY ORIGINATED HERE IN IOWA.
NEWSPAPER REPORTS SAY FEDERAL AUTHORITIES HAVE TRACED UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ANTHRAX TO A STRAIN HARVESTED AT THIS IOWA FACILITY IN THE 1950'S. SOME RESEARCHERS ARE NOT SURPRISED.

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14:00:56 "It was used by scientists over the years and sent throughout the world to scientific laboratories as a standard laboratory strain."
BUT INVESTIGATORS ARE STILL NOT SURE WHETHER THE ANTHRAX WAS MAN-MADE, OR OCCURED NATURALLY.

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MEANWHILE, THE AMERICAN MEDIA BUILDING REMAINS CLOSED, AS NEARLY 800 PEOPLE AWAIT TEST RESULTS TO DETERMINE IF THEY WERE EXPOSED TO ANTHRAX.
ON WEDNESDAY, A MEMORIAL SERVICE WAS HELD FOR THEIR COLLEAGUE ... 63-YEAR OLD ROBERT STEVENS ... A PHOTO EDITOR WITH THE SUN TABLOID ... WHO DIED LAST WEEK AFTER INHALING ANTHRAX. TRACES OF THE DEADLY BACTERIA WERE DISCOVERED ON HIS COMPUTER KEYBOARD.
AND , 73-YEAR OLD MAILROOM WORKER -- ERNESTO BLANCO -- REMAINS IN GOOD CONDITION AT AN AREA HOSPITAL ... AFTER ANTHRAX SPORES WERE FOUND IN HIS NOSE.

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EVEN THOUGH THIS CASE COULD BE TURNING INTO A CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION, THE FBI HAS SO FAR RULED OUT ANY LINK BETWEEN THE 19 SUSPECTED HIJACKERS...BUT THE U.S HAS TOLD ALL EMBASSIES ABROAD TO STOCK UP ON ANTIBIOTICS IN CASE OF ANTHRAX ATTACK. JENNIFER JONES, CBS NEWS, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA))

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Officials with the D-Day Memorial in Bedford are re-assuring donors that their money has been well spent, despite the revelation that the monument is nearly five million dollars in debt.
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Officials say higher than expected construction expenses and a rush to get the Memorial finished in time for its dedication helped contribute to the cost over-runs.
They're also looking into whether the D-Day Foundation's finances have been properly managed.
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((BILL MCINTOSH/INTERIM DIRECTOR: THIS IS A SERIOUS SITUATION. IS IT A CRITICAL SITUATION? NO, I DON'T HONESTLY THINK IT IS. BUT IT'S SOMETHING THAT WANTS VERY CLOSE MANAGEMENT.))
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McIntosh has asked the Bedford County prosecutor to review the foundation's books.
No word yet on when that review will be done.
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People are cleanup up and assessing the damage after tornados struck in Nebraska and Oklahoma-
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Polk County Nebraska was hit hard... Trees are down and several homes and buildings are damaged- but thankfully no one was seriously hurt.
Loren Lind lost his home-
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((YOU JUST WONDER WHY IT SHOULD HAPPEN YOU KNOW.))
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Officials estimtae the damage in the millions- and today people are pulling together to cleanup.
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Oklahoma was also hit hard.
In a town of 3-thousand, one fourth of the houses were either damaged or destroyed.
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The Governor's race is less than three hours from an important debate. Joe Dashiell is standing by with a preview.
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[VO] also there have been several recalls of children's products today. We'll have the details after this break.
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If you have children at home, you may want to grab a pencil- we have several recalls to tell you about.
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The U-S consumer product safety commission is recallling one and half million Fold up booster seats and more than 100 thousand Cocso playpens.
The top half of the seat inserts can separate.. causing the child to fall out of the chair.
Only Safety 1st booster seats with the model number 173, 173-A and 173-B are included in the recall.
So far there are 32 reports of injuries.
Also recalled Cosco Zip n Go, Okie Dokie and Carters playpens made between May of 1995 and December of 1997.
The government says the plastic tabs on the playpen that lock the rails into the corners can break. If the corners collapse, an infant can be trapped.
In June, a baby died in Ohio when his chest was caught in the V-shape created by the collapsed sides.
For more information you can call the Consumer product safety commission at 301 504-0580 or go to cpsc- dot gov.
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The candidates are in town, and the stage is set for tonight's gubernatorial debate here at WDBJ7.
Mark Earley and Mark Warner will meet tonight at eight for an hour- long exchange that will be broadcast live on a dozen radio and television stations in the state.
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Joe Dashiell caught up with both candidates today, and he is outside of studios this evening with a preview.
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Jean... this debate was originally scheduled for Sunday, but was postponed because of the U.S. Military action in Afghanistan.
It's back on track tonight, and for both candidates the stakes are high.
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((Mark Warner's supporters spent most of the day putting up campaign signs. City employees spent about an hour taking many of them down... they collected close to 300 placed improperly on a city right of way.
But the sideshow on the sidewalk outside the television station won't matter at eight. There's no studio audience. UVA politcial science professor Larry Sabato will moderate with members of the capitol correspondents association quizzing the candidates.
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((MARK WARNER: ALL OF OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH PRESIDENT BUSH AND THE MILITARY AS THEY DEFEND OUR FREEDOMS AT THIS POINT, BUT I LOOK FORWARD TO TONIGHT'S EXCHANGE SO WE CAN CONTINUE TO POINT OUT VERY REAL DIFFERENCES.)) ((MARK EARLEY: WE'RE REALLY EXCITED TO BE HERE IN ROANOKE LOOKING FORWARD TO THE DEBATE. I THINK IT'S GOING TO A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR THE CITIZENS OF VIRGINIA TO HEAR A GOOD EXCHANGE AND THERE ARE VERY IMPORTANT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE CANDIDATES I THING THE DEBATES WILL BRING OUT. ))
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Some of those differences include Earley's claim that Warner has proposed a 900- million tax increase, and Warner's claim that Earley is distorting his statements.
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Jean we'll hear more on that from both of the candidates tonight on News 7 at Six.


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In Health Check tonight, local doctors now have a tool to help in the detection of breast cancer.
It's called R-2. And when it comes to detecting abnormalities it can find things even doctors don't notice.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
Joy how does it work.
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Jean, The computer helps radiologist review mammograms,
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helping doctors to find breast cancer earlier --which increases the patients chances of survival.
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Radiologist Bertram Newmark says on any given day he reads an average of 20 to 30 mammograms at Montgomery Regional Hospital.
He says his job is very repetitive, but not always easy.
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But now he has an extra set of highly trained eyes. The R-2 computer aided detection system can interpret a mammogram and point out what it believes could be cancer.
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((THE ASTERISK MEANS THAT IT FINDS AN AREA OF INCREASED WHITENESS OR DENSITY --THE TRIANGLE MEANS IT HAS IDENTIFIED SOME CALCIFICATION )) [RUNS14]
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And the R-2 can find even the smallest of abnormalities --those smaller than a half a millimeter.
Doctor Newmark says is not meant as a replacement to the old method --it is a companion to help with the screening.
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((THIS WILL TAKE IT A WHOLE LEVEL FURTHER --BY IDENTIFYING PERHAPS AN ADDITIONAL 20 PERCENT OF CANCER THAT WOULD OTHERWISE NOT BE IDENTIFIED AT VERY EARLY STAGES)) [RUNS11]
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This year more than 182-thousand women in the U-S will be diagnosed with breast cancer. When breast cancer is detected in the early stages the chances for survial are dramatically higher.
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Jean, Since it is breast cancer awareness month --Montgomery Regional Hospital will offer mammograms at a reduced rate.

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Coming up a little later in the newscast, Steve Mason will wrap up this week's high school basketball action. Stay with us.[Stats] [10/10/2001] [TWO SHOT TOSS] [WALK INTO]
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It was a big day on Wall Street today, but was it good news or bad? We'll wrap up the days events in our Marketwatch report.
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And in entertainment news, we'll tell you why Garth Brooks says picking the name of his new album was a no-brainer.
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Stocks shot higher in a broad-based rally as investors shrugged off some bad earnings news from Motorola.
The struggling tech giant announced more losses and another seven-thousand job cuts.
Alexis Christoforous has more on all today's business headlines in our Marketwatch report.
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It's now time for our two minute ticker.
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Steve Mason takes a look at Rockbridge County and Parry McCluer girls basketball teams in another edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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Garth Brooks' first album of new country songs in four years will hit stores next month.
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"Scarecrow" will be released on November 13th. It includes duets with George Jones and Trisha Yearwood.
Brooks credits his daughters with the title ``Scarecrow.'' It refers to the character in ``The Wizard of Oz'' who didn't have a brain, so he thought with his heart.
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((STUPID ME, HAD TO HAVE THREE LITTLE GIRLS TELLING, WHEN I SAID GIRLS WHAT IS THE PHRASE THINKING WITH YOUR HEART BECAUSE I HAVE TO FIND A TITLE FOR THIS. AND OF COURSE, THE GIRLS LOOKED AT ME AND SAID, DAD, THE SCARECROW THOUGHT WITH HIS HEART))
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Brooks says he won't tour to support the album, but he's working on a series of television specials to promote the album.
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