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President Bush says THESE are the faces of evil--
This morning, Bush released the names and pictures of the 22 most wanted terrorists in the world.
The latest, straight ahead.
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And a political showdown is on for tonight.
We'll have a preview of tonight's debate between Mark Earley and Mark Warner, from right here at our W-D-B-J studios.
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Try to get outside and enjoy our beautiful Fall weather today... because changes are on the way....I'll have your forecast....
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News 7 at noon is coming up, after the break.


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As darkness falls over Afghanistan, anti- aircraft fire continues for a fourth straight night in the capital of Kabul.
Jets have been heard flying over the city.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
As the bombing continues in Afganistan, the rulers of that country remain defiant, as does Osama bin Laden.
Here in the U-S, President Bush this morning released a new list of the world's most wanted terrorists, vowing to "shine the light" of justice on evil.
The most- wanted list includes 22 names, headed by Osama bin Laden and top deputies in his al-Quaida terrorist network.
However, they're identified in connection with terrorist plots BEFORE the September 11th attacks on New York and the Pentagon.
Aleen Sirgany has the latest now from Washington D-C.
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TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THEIR FACES BECAUSE THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THESE MEN ARE JUST AS DANGEROUS AS OSAMA BIN LADEN.

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THEY ARE THE 22 MOST WANTED TERRORISTS IN THE WORLD. THE PICTURES INCLUDE BIN LADEN AND HIS TOP DEPUTIES. OTHER SUSPECTS.THOSE INVOLVED IN THE 1985 TWA HIJACKING AND IN THE 1993 BOMBING OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER. PRESIDENT BUSH UNVEILED THE MOST LISTED LIST FROM THE WHITE HOUSE.

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THE AIR CAMPAIGN IN AFGHANISTAN CONTINUS FOR A FOURTH DAY. AND WE'RE SEEING MORE PICTURES OF THE DAMAGE LEFT BEHIND. THE PENTAGON SAYS THE TALIBAN'S DEFENSE CAPABILITIES HAVE BEEN DESTROYED. NATO SAYS IT WILL SUPPORT ANY U-S ACTION IN THE WAR ON TERRORISM.

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the allies are committed to deal not only with bin laden, they are determined to get to the roots of terrorism to come.
THE TALIBAN HAS GIVEN... OSAMA BIN LADEN FREE REIN TO WAGE A HOLY WAR AGAINST THE UNITED STATES . YESTERDAY OSAMA Bin LADEN'S AL QAEDA NETWORK... SAID THAT THEY WILL TAKE THE WAR TO THE HEART OF AMERICA.

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It's outrageous..kind of statement. ))

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As the government in Pakistan continues to cooperate with the U-S, anti-American sentiment remains at the boiling point.
Kimberly Dozier has more from Islamabad.
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Narr: This is what many Afghans think of U.S. airstrikes.. these refugees in Pakistan vent their fury at anything foreign - in this case, a busload of journalists.
Theirs is not the majority of view here, but their actions are hard to ignore.

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Afghan officials here promised this kind of violence would reach .. all the way to America.

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Earlier a spokesman from Osama bin Laden's group appeared on Arab satellite television, vowing that the storm of planes would continue against America's heartland.
Coalition allies are resolute - Britain's Prime Minister has come to the region again, to explain why the attacks must go on.

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Anyone who doubted the nature and importance of our actions .. carefully targetted...doubts removed.
Trapped between the warring sides are the Afghan people. UN workers trying to help them are finding themselves targets of the Taleban. They claim the they are being beaten up)
Narr: Here in Pakistan, most of the country has been tense but quiet..largely because of the troops dispatched in every city, to keep the peace.
KIMBERLY DOZIER ON CAMERA: All the security is making people nervous.. the rumour mill is working overtime. An early morning fire at Pakistan's Army General Headquarters, sparked nationwide rumours of a coup. Army officials laters said it was an electrical fire.
Narr: The tension and unrest is expected to last, and grow.. as long as the U.S. military campaign goes on. KD CBS News Islamabad.

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The focus of the Governor's race will fall on Roanoke tonight, as Mark Earley and Mark Warner meet in a statewide televised debate.
The candidate will square off here in the studios of WDBJ7...
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and Joe Dashiell is here with a preview.
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Kimberly, as you know this debate was originally scheduled for Sunday night, but it was postponed because of the military action in Afghanistan.
Barring any more unexpected developments, the debate will happen tonight at eight o'clock. The studio is ready... The candidates will arrive later this afternoon.
This debate will be broadcast live on six stations... tape delayed on four others.
UVA political science professor Larry Sabato will moderate. Panelists will come from the Virginia Capitol Correspondents Association... and the candidates will also respond to e-mailed questions that were collected before last Sunday.
There is no studio audience... Besides the candidates, just one person from each campaign will be allowed in the studio.
The best place to watch will be in front of a TV set Kimberly,
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but if sunday is any indication supporters of both candidates will gather outside WDBJ7 this evening.


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Mother Nature's fury is being felt in the nation's heartland, where clean-up efforts are under way in the wake of tornadoes.
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The town of Cordell in western Oklahoma was the hardest hit, with tornadoes tearing through more than 100 homes.
A local official says a fourth of the houses in the town of three thousand people are either damaged or destroyed.


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Storms have also spawned several tornadoes across Nebraska-- destroying about two dozen homes.
High winds also toppled trees and snapped power lines.
Meanwhile, crews are surveying damage in both states.
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Lynchburg officials say United Express' plan to pull its service could be illegal. We'll have the details after this break,
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also three people are arrested after another incident at an U-S airport.
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Another airline incident over Chicago--
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This time it happened on a United Airlines plane, bound for St. Louis.
Security officials removed three passengers after witnesses say they opened an exit door, while the plane was still at the gate.
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The passengers were flown on to St. Louis.
Meanwhile, the case has been turned over the to F-B-I.
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On Monday, a passenger allegedly opened the cockpit door on an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Chicago.
He remains in federal custody.

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Lynchburg officials say United Airlines' plans to pull its commuter service out of the Lynchburg airport may not be legal.
Now they want a face- to- face meeting with United to talk about it. Steve Smallshaw has more.
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(( As it tries to stem the flow of red ink, United Airlines announced last week it was discontinuing its commuter service between Lynchburg and Washington Dulles airport.
By law the airline has to give the affected city 90- days notice before pulling out.. United is asking Lynchburg to trim that to 60 days so it can be gone by the end of November.
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But the question remains whether United Express can take off at all.
The relief bill passed by Congress says any airline that gets billions in federal help has to keep flying to cities it already serves.
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((MARK COURTNEY/LYNCHBURG AIRPORT MANAGER: FROM CONVERSATIONS I'VE HAD WITH CONGRESSMAN GOODLATTE THIS PAST MONDAY, IT'S CLEAR THAT HIS POSITION IS THAT THE AIRLINE CANNOT PULL OUT OF LYNCHBURG AT ALL.))
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So the city wants to sit down with United representatives and talk about it.
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The meeting could happen in two weeks.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

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Lynchburg city council approved plans to expand a private school last night.
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New Covenant Schools has about 200 "K- through 12th grade students in two separate campuses right now.
It wants to build a three-million dollar new facility on 50 acres of land off Fleetwood Drive.
The new campus would allow New Covenant to eventually double its enrollment.
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((JOHN HEATON/NEW COVENANT SCHOOLS: THE SCHOOL GROWS ABOUT 15 TO 20 PERCENT A YEAR, WHICH I THINK IS INDICATIVE OF THE DESIRE FOR THE KIND OF PROGRAM WE OFFER. IT'S A CLASSICAL, CHRISTIAN EDUCATION AND IT'S VERY SOLID, ACADEMICALLY RIGOROUS AND IT SEEMS TO BE CATCHING ON IN LYNCHBURG.))
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The school's raised about two million dollars toward the project so far.
New Covenant hopes to break ground by the end of this year.
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Coming up a little later in the broadcast, we'll see how the teams fared in last night's major league baseball playoffs.
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But first we'll tell you why some local college students say a new proposal could severely hurt their ability to get around.
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[*****anchor tag******] A transportation system used by many Virginia Tech students could be cut back.
Students say a proposal to cut back the Blacksburg Transit will have them scrambling for rides to class and work-- as well as the grocery store. Teresa Hamilton reports.
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(( If Blacksburg Transit eliminates bus service after ten pm Monday through Saturday and completely wipes out service on Sundays... it's students such as these who turned out for this public hearing who'll be affected.
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((WE'RE TALKING ABOUT INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS......AS THEY COULD. )) ((BASICALLY WE'RE......IT'S A LONG WALK.)) But safety was the main issue echoed here.... Many students stay on campus late at night to study in the library and to work in labs... Many also rely on the bus to get them home after a night of drinking.
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((IT SCARES ME..... DRIVING DRUNK.)) Blacksburg Transit says the cuts are a matter of money... that as fuel costs have gone up funding from the town and university to keep the BT running has not kept pace. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Blacksburg. ))
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Another public hearing will be held tonight-- with a final decision by the town and university expected in early November.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the Roanoke Express makes a trade,
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and the Seattle Mariners learn a great regular season doesn't always mean success in the playoffs.
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Major League Baseball's post season play began last night. Curt Schilling struck out nine and tossed a complete-game three-hitter as Arizona took game one of its National League Division Series, 1-to-0 over St. Louis.
Steve Finley drove in the game's only run in the fifth inning.
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On to the American League division series, featuring Cleveland and Seattle.
The Mighty Mariners who won well over a 100 games this season were shut out by the Indians, as Cleveland pitcher Bartolo Colon pitched eight shut- out innings. He struck out 10 and allowed
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just six hits.
Ellis Burks did most of the offensive damage going 3 for 4 with this homer.
Cleveland wins 5-nothing.
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The Braves took advantage of the Houston Astros' bullpen yesterday as it won game one of their best of five National League Division Series.
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Tied 3-3 in the eighth, the Braves would face former Ferrum star Billy Wagner-- But Chipper Jones crushes Wagner's first pitch, a three run homer.
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and Atlanta wins 7-4.
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The Roanoke Express has traded a highly touted goalie for cash. Steve Brier was sent to the Cincinnati Cyclones yesterday.
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Head Coach Perry Florio said goalie Dennis Bassett impressed him during training camp and simply won the job.
Bassett was a back- up in Trenton and Richmond last season, and his renegade colors bother his new teammates.
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The Hokies of Virginia Tech will face their biggest challenge of the season so far when they take on the Boston College Eagles.
As Mike Stevens tells us Tech shouldn't expect these Eagles to put it in the air.
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The Winston Cup cars hit the Martinsville Speedway this Friday for the Old Dominion 500 race weekend.
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A number of teams tested at the track last week including Ricky Craven, the driver of the Tide Ford. Craven is currently 22nd in the points standings with 3 top five finishes. He qualified 18th at Martinsville back in April, and after a tough couple of seasons, he's again counting his blessings this year.
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Qualifying gets underway this Friday at 3pm.
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