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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... The number of Anthrax exposures is on the rise -
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And airlines aren't taking any chances - F-B-I and Hazmat officials meet a flight as it lands in D-C with reports of a 'powdery substance'
Those stories, coming up.

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As America begins its second week of air strikes against Afghanistan ... a cloud of uncertainty looms above the United States.
Five more Floridians have tested positive for exposure to Anthrax.
Manuel Gallegus explains, as of yet, there is no link between the cases and the September 11th attacks.
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((THE LIST GROWS IN FLORIDA. FIVE MORE EMPLOYEES OF AMERICAN MEDIA HAVE TESTED POSITIVE FOR EXPOSURE TO ANTHRAX.
ACCORDING TO A COMPANY SPOKESMAN, NONE OF THE WORKERS HAS THE DISEASE, BUT THEY ARE TAKING ANTI-BIOTICS.
MEANWHILE, IN NEW YORK, AUTHORITIES CONFIRM THAT A LETTER SENT TO ANCHORMAN TOM BROKAW AT NBC HEADQUARTERS DID INFECT HIS ASSISTANT. THE ENVELOPE -- POSTMARKED SEPTEMBER 18TH FROM TRENTON, NEW JERSEY.

(SOT: MAYOR RUDOLPH GIULIANI/(R) NEW YORK CITY)

"That letter was tested last night and it turns out to be positive for anthrax."
AND IN RENO, NEVADA ... HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY A LETTER MAILED TO A MICROSOFT OFFICE ALSO CONTAINED TRACES OF ANTHRAX.
INVESTIGATORS -- HOWEVER -- HAVE NOT FOUND A LINK BETWEEN THESE CASES AND THE SEPTEMBER 11TH ATTACKS. ON SATURDAY, PRESIDENT BUSH TRIED TO EASE THE PUBLIC'S FEARS.

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AS OPERATION: ENDURING FREEDOM ENTERS ITS SECOND WEEK OF MILITARY STRIKES, THE PENTAGON IS CONFIRMING A TWO-THOUSAND BOMB MISSED ITS TARGET IN AFGHANISTAN. HITTING INSTEAD -- A RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD IN KABUL. THE U.S. SAYS FOUR CIVILIANS WERE KILLED
BUT THE TALIBAN GOVERNMENT INSISTS HUNDREDS OF AFGHANS HAVE DIED SINCE THE AIR RAIDS BEGAN.
A SPOKESMAN FOR OSAMA BIN LADEN ISSUED A NEW WARNING SATURDAY -- DEMANDING THAT THE U.S. AND BRITAIN LEAVE THE REGION.

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HOAXES ))

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A powdery substance was found on a plane at Dulles Airport yesterday.
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An airport spokesperson says the substance was removed from the restroom of a United plane ARRIVING at Dulles from a London airport. The plane was met by a Hazmat team and F-B-I personnel. 17 people were detained for preliminary decontamination steps . . . such as washing their hands. After being examined, officials found the powdery substance to be confetti from a greeting card.
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A law intended to protect children from possibly inappropriate on-line material has been ruled unconstitutional. The ruling prevents the state from enforcing a 19-99 law subjecting Web site operators to criminal prosecution if they knowingly allow minors access to sexually explicit material on their sites. Several businesses had challenged the law. A spokesman for the attorney general says the state will appeal.

Virginia is the fourth state in which judges have struck down such laws.[Tease#1]



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[BOTH MICS HOT] Suicide bombers attempting to instill terror into the lives of Americans . . .
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Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning -
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We'll take a look back at last year's fatal ramming of the U-S-S Cole - and at the life of one Southside Sailor who died a hero.
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The tragedies of September 11 -- by far - not the first attacks on the U-S. Just last year -The U-S-S Cole was rammed in Yemen . . . and United States officials believe that Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaida network were behind all of them. Here's Kimberly McBroom with a look back in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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(( [00-40 30:54] Seventeen sailors lost their lives in the attack on the USS Cole last year. . . One of which was from Pittsylvania County. [00-36 59:49] Timothy Saunders was an operations specialist in he Navy and aspired to be a chief officer. [Jen's Cole Memorial Video Tape! 12:03:05 - tape is cued!!] ((Nat Sound - bell rings/ they announce Timothy's name and hometown)) [00-36] But to the Ringold community he was much more than a sailor, he was a brother, son, husband and father. [00-33 1:19:28] He left behind Jacqueline, his wife of 11 years and two daughters. [500-18] His sister, Felicia, was there when the word came that her brother would not be coming home. [500-18 57:55] ((FELICIA SAUNDERS/VICTIM'S SISTER: I HEARD THE DOOR OPEN AND I SAW TWO MEN IN WHITE AND I KNEW BECAUSE I KNOW A LITTLE ABOUT THE MILITARY... IF THEY COME, IT'S BAD NEWS.)) [00-36 or 00-40] His entire family remembers him as nothing short of a hero. [00-32 1:37:18] ((KEVIN CAPLE/SAUNDERS' COUSIN: HE WAS A GOOD PERSON. HE WAS A STRONG PERSON. DIDN'T EVER LET HIS EMOTIONS OUT... GOOD MAN. GOOD MAN.)) [00-36] More than a hundred people came out to remember Saunders days after his death - but many found it hard to say good-bye under the circumstances. [500-18 58:57] ((FELICIA SAUNDERS/VICTIM'S SISTER: I WANT TO SEE HIM IF HE'S REALLY DEAD. WE HEARING IT BUT WE WANT TO SEE IT.)) [00-32 1:37:48] ((JOYCE WATKINS/SAUNDERS COUSIN: IT'S STILL LIKE AN OPEN BOOK TO US THAT WE HAVE NO BODY OR ANYTHING TO SEE. AND I THINK THAT IF WE HAD A BODY THAT WE COULD SEE IT WOULD BE A CLOSED CHAPTER.)) [00-33 1:51:02] Despite the circumstances, the family and community had to move on. [00-40]
The attack on the U-S-S Cole prompted many Americans to start thinking about a war on terrorism that is now underway.
[00-41 13:50] ((SEN. JOHN WARNER: WE WILL CONTINUE TO DO THAT WORK... COMMANDER IN CHIEF)) [00-32 1:37:36] ((COL. OLIN SAUNDERS/ SAUNDERS' COUSIN: PEOPLE WHO CHOOSE THIS METHOD ... KNOW OUR WEAKNESSES... BUT WE'VE GOT TO DO BETTER AND I THINK WE WILL DO BETTER.)) [00-32 shots for next few lines starting at 1:38:03]
Most Americans now agree that as a country, we are doing better. We are more united and taking a firm stand against Terrorism. Americans are standing up for the heroes who lost their lives aboard the USS Cole and in the September 11th attacks.

[00-32 1:37:12] But as for Timothy Saunders, he died doing what he dedicated his life to - and he will always be remembered as a hero.
[00-36 1:00:03] ((REV. JESSEE FITZ/PASTOR: YOUNG MAN WAS OUT ON THE BATTLESHIP PROTECTING HIS HOMELAND. HE DIDN'T EXPECT THIS THING TO COME, BUT YOU SEE THAT'S THE WAY STORMS ARE.)) [500-18 @58:15] I'm Kimberly McBroom for News 7 Saturday Morning))



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Foster Parenting is something many people don't think about and consider, but there are a lot of kids in our area who need good homes and role models. Here to talk with us about that this morning is Debbie Henderson with Roanoke's Social Services.
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Good Morning, Debbie - Welcome to News 7 Sunday Morning. First, tell me about the need for help in our area.
Now, why do you devote your time to this... what makes it important to you?
Is it hard not to get personally involved in some of the cases?
Have you seen a rise in the amount of children in need of homes over the past few years - or not?
What are the qualifications for being a Foster Parent?
What happens if a person who is a Foster Parent gets attached to the child.. is adoption a possibility for them?
How often are the children taken out of Foster Homes to go back to their families?
If the child leaves your home - are you allowed to see them anymore?
Thank you so much for being here this morning. This is a very important cause in the area that is often overlooked.


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[TAKE FS] And again, there will be anb orientation this week for anyone interested in becoming a Foster Parent. You can call 853-2619 for more information.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... One person is killed in an anit-American protest in Pakistan . . .
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Mexico has becomes a hot spot for "Cipro" sales.
we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Here's an update on Day Eight of the U-S led campaign in Afghanistan.
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Forces are building in the Persian Gulf. Three aircraft carriers are already there, two more are on the way. [ADD]
That brings the warplane total to 350, and the military head count to thirty thousand. [ADD]
An anti-American demonstration in Pakistan claimed one life... 300 protesters have been arrested. [ADD]
Many are so enraged by Pakistan's support of the U-S that religious leaders are threatening suicide attacks on a Pakistani air base where American's are believed to be working. [ADD]
The latest word from the bin Laden camp is a warning to Muslims living in the U.S. and Britain.. avoid traveling on planes, and don't live in tall buildings.
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Spokespersons for the U-S say much of what bin Laden says is propaganda.[Anthrax]


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Preliminary reports show five more workers at a tabloid publishing company may have been exposed to Anthrax. Yusila Ramirez reports from Boca Raton.
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That was Yusila Ramirez reporting.[Cipro]


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The drug that treats Anthrax is in hot demand in Mexico -
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Cipro is a drug known for its ability to treat Anthrax.
It's sold over the counter in Mexico... and the demand is so high that many stores can't keep the drug in stock.

Anthrax is a deadly bacteria that if inhaled attaches to your lungs and reproduces, giving off a deadly toxin.


The symptoms are very similar to those you might suffer with from the flu or a severe cold.
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A scare at the Dulles Airport yesterday - when a white powdery substance was found inside a first class bathroom.
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An airport spokesperson says the substance was removed from a United plane ARRIVING at Dulles from an airport in London. The plane was met by a Hazmat team and F-B-I personnel. 17 people were detained for preliminary decontamination steps . . . such as washing their hands. After being examined, officials found the powdery substance to be confetti from a greeting card.
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Carvins Cove is closed to the public -
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Yesterday, the City of Roanoke officially closed the watershed under the recommendation of state health departments and the Environmental Protection agency.
The move is designed to better protect the water supply from bioterrorism.
However, city officials stress there is no known threat to Roanoke's water supply.
Carvins Cove will be closed until further notice.
The city will re-evaluate the decision on a monthly basis.

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You may not be able to fish and boat at Carvins Cove - but how about spending time outdoors picking fresh fruit to fight hunger. ..

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Yesterday was the second annual "Apple Pickin Jamboree," sponsored by the Society of St. Andrew.
It's a hunger relief organization that salvages fresh food that would otherwise be wasted.
Volunteers gathered at several area orchards to pick apples that were missed during the harvest or have fallen from the trees.
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((JULIE DREWRY/SOCIETY OF ST. ANDREW: THE APPLES ARE GOING TO GO TO THE SECOND HARVEST FOODBANK IN ROANOKE VIRGINIA. THEY'RE GOING TO BE DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT SOUTH WESTERN VIRGINIA PROBABY. IN FACT, WHATEVER WE GET TODAY WILL BE GONE MONDAY AFTERNOON, THEY DON'T STICK AROUND VERY LONG.))
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Similar events took place in three other states.
Altogether, the society collected more than 400-thousand pounds of fresh food to help feed the hungry.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning - Just one more example . . .
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That art is in the eye of the beholder. . . We'll explain after the break - But first if you are traveling today........ [Jacey ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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For many sportsmen, a hunting knife is standard equipment.
But it can also be a work of art.
In this week's Virginia Profile, Joe Dashiell introduces us to bladesmith Allen Harrington.
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((He makes his living on the family farm, but many of Allen Harrington' s hours are spent in his workshop... hammering, grinding and polishing steel blanks into custom blades.
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((ALLEN HARRINGTON: YOUR BLADES HAVE TO BE STRAIGHT. YOUR GRIND LINES HERE HAVE TO BE STRAIGHT AND CLEAN. YOUR FITS ALONG WHERE THE METAL AND THE BLADE AND THE GUARDS JOIN HAVE TO BE GOOD.))
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A cousin got him started 16 years ago. His teachers were trial and error.
Almost four hundred knives later, he has forged a reputation for quality workmanship.
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((RODDY MOORE/BLUE RIDGE INSTITUTE: IT'S REALLY A FAIRLY RARE THING. AND WITH ALLEN WE HAVE SOMEONE WHO MAKES BOTH STRAIGHT KNIVES AND A FOLDING KNIFE AND I THINK THAT'S FAIRLY UNUSUAL THING TO FIND.))
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Harrington enjoys the challenge of blending wood, metal, and other materials, fitting them together in a finished piece... and he isn't afraid to try something new.
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((ALLEN HARRINGTON: I'VE MADE A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING, DONE SOME ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK, EVEN MADE EVERYTHING FROM SURGICAL SCALPELS TO BRANDING IRONS, SO IT'S JUST WHATEVER COMES ALONG IF I FIND IT ENJOYABLE TO DO.))
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Attention to detail is important, but Harrington says it may be stubborness that gives him the edge. "You just have to get into it," Harrington says, "and never give up."
Joe Dashiell News 7 Grayson County))

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The halls were alive with the sound of music last night at Center in the Square.
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Affair in the Square is the annual fundraiser for the Center in the Square. As usual, there was plenty of food and drinks, as well as dancing and a silent auction.
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((JIM SEARS/CENTER IN THE SQUARE PRESIDENT ;AFFAIR IN THE SQUARE IS OUR MAJOR FUNDRAISER, WE HOPE TO RAISE ABOUT 70-THOUSAND DOLLARS, AND NATURALLY WITH THE CUT IN STATE FUNDING THAT WE HAD WITH THE MONIES BEING DIVERTED TO THE NATIONAL CRISIS, WE'LL NEED EVERY BIT OF MONEY THIS YEAR.))
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Officials say turnout this year was lighter that usual because of the attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center.

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