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Coming up on News 7-
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The latest on those letters sent with Anthrax... a live report from Washington coming up.
One airline begins installing re-inforced cockpit doors.
And a new stamp... is released.
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Plus why working nights may increase a woman's risk for one disease.
News 7 is next.

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((ROBERT MUELLER/FBI DIRECTOR: WHILE ORGANIZED TERRORISM HAS NOT BEEN RULED OUT, SO FAR WE HAVE FOUND NO DIRECT LINK TO ORGANIZED TERRORISM. THERE ARE HOWEVER CERTAIN SIMILARITIES BETWEEN LETTERS SENT TO NBC IN NEW YORK AND TO SENATOR TOM DASHLE HERE IN WASHINGTON.))
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And today pictures of those letters are released.. showing just how similar they are.
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[Anthrax-Afghanistan]


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The Senate Majority leader says those who sent the Anthrax letter to his office knew what they were doing.
So just who sent the letters? Was it the act of Osama bin Laden and the Al Queda... or perhaps someone right here in America?
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean and Jim /Newspath;]


Jim Acosta has the latest on the investigation, plus an update on the strikes on Afghanistan- He joins us live from Washington with the latest.
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((In Washington, doctors tested Senators and their staffs for Anthrax. Lt. Dan Nichols/US Capitol Police: Now we know we are dealing with an actual anthrax situation... In New York, officials are wondering how a 7-month old child of an ABC News employee contracted the disease. Government officials say its terrorism, but don't know who's responsible. John Ashcroft/Attorney General: Anytime someone sends anthrax through the mail, its an act of terror. Its terrorism, and we treat it as an act of terror and terrorism. CBS News has learned government officials may be looking beyond Osama bin Laden as the cause of the ANTHRAX attacks. They say it could be another terrorist, or even an American who's launched his own campaign of terror. Sources say the same person mailed letters containing a potent form of the deadly germ to both Tom Brokaw at NBC and to Senate Majority leader Tom Daschle. Both were postmarked in Trenton New Jersey. Robert Mueller/FBI Director: There are certain similarities between the letters sent to NBC and Senator Daschle. Meanwhile the FBI has checked six labs in the U.S. that maintain high-grade anthrax. None is missing, and one official suggests the spores could be homegrown. In Afghanistan, where the battle to apprehend Osama bin Laden goes on, the US has dropped well over 2-thousand bombs and missiles and is using aircraft gunships in raids against the Taliban. Most are direct hits, but one bomb apparently missed its target and destroyed a Red Cross warehouse Tuesday.))
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[Galax-Scare]


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Another local scare... this one in Galax. An official with Twin County Regional hospital says several people were treated in the emergency room this afternoon.

They told the hospital they'd been exposed to an unknown substance.
The patients were treated and released--- while federal agencies were notified.

No other information was available.


[L'burg-Anthrax]


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Lynchburg authorities are still waiting on test results from a substance recovered from a home there this afternoon.
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Hazardous material teams were called to this house on Sandusky Drive around 1 after a woman reported a white powder had fallen from a piece of mail she opened.
She immediately washed her hands and then dialed 9-1-1.
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((KEITH JOHNSON/LYNCHBURG FIRE DEPT.: ACCORDING TO HER IT WAS OUT OF PLACE, IT WAS A WHITE, POWDERY SUBSTANCE. THE POLICE OFFICER WENT IN AN JUST LOOKED AT IT, HE KNEW THAT IT SHOULD BE COLLECTED BY THE HAZ-MAT TEAM AND IN FACT, WE'RE LUCKY TO HAVE THAT CAPABILITY RIGHT HERE IN THE CITY.))
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Johnson says Lynchburg is stocking up on extra equipment in the event more cases like this are reported.
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There was another incident in Appomattox County on Sunday.
A woman told police a white powder fell out of the newspaper she'd been reading.
Tests later showed it was "not" anthrax.

[Pulaski-Scare]


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It'll be another 24-hours before Pulaski County officials will have test results on a suspicious powder. The white-gray substance was sent to the New River Health District office after being discovered by a maintenance worker yesterday morning. It was in a newspaper near the courthouse on Main Street.

[Hoaxes]


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Most of the anthrax scares are hoaxes... and law-enforcement officials say they won't take false threats lightly.
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Making a bioterrorism threat is a federal offense, punishable by as many as 5 years in prison. Local authorities say they take every scare seriously, and will prosecute anyone who makes a threat.
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Meanwhile, Virginia health officials say there's no reason to panic about anthrax. Even if you ARE exposed to anthrax spores, the risk of infection is extremely low.

[Breast-Cancer]


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New studies show women who work nights may increase their breast cancer risk by up to 60 percent.
The studies found the increase among women who worked nights for many years.
The studies suggest that the more times on night work, the greater the risk.
Apparently bright light in dark hours decreases secretion of the hormone melatonin and raises estrogen levels.
Increases in estrogen are linked to breast cancer.
But researchers say more study is needed before they would tell women to quit night work.
The studies are in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

[SOL's]


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The big picture on Virginia's Standards of Learning tests is in.
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[TAKE PINNACLE PAGE 1005 HERE]
40 percent of schools statewide achieved the scores necessary to be "fully accredited."
That means at least 70 percent of the students in those schools have passed the tests in four core subject areas.

The number's up from 22 percent in 2000 and just seven percent in 1999. [TAKE PINNACLE PAGE 1006 HERE]
On the low end of the spectrum, seven percent of Virginia schools are still "accredited with warning."
That means the schools' pass rates are 20 percent below the progress benchmarks for that school.
That's fewer schools with low grades than last year.
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As concerns grow about a possible bio-terrorist attack, the nation's leaders are trying to figure out how to stop it.
Find out what Governor Gilmore thinks should be done when News 7 returns.
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And see how one airline is already taking steps to fortify the cockpit.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey folks this is Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as we sit down with Willis White on the night before his induction into the VHSL hall of fame. The Big Unit puts up a big goose egg against the Braves. We'll check in on the talented Franklin County volleyball team and touch base with the Express as the team gets ready for a wicked 4 game stretch tonight on the Big7.))


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Alaska Airlines wants to be the first to install reinforced cockpit doors.
It began today.
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The doors are being modified by the airline's maintenance staff to be kickproof and bulletproof.
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((JAMES RAISBECK/RAISBECK ENGINEERING CHAIRMAN; IT CONSISTS OF ALUMINUM GRATING IN ORDER TO KEEP PEOPLE WITH PHYSICAL ELEMENTS OUT OF THE COCKPIT. AND ON THE INSIDE, IT'S FULLY KEVLAR COATED. ))
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The windows in the door are also bulletproof and allow the pilots to see into the cabin..
The doors also have specially-designed handle to make it difficult for anyone to grip in order to gain leverage.

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[Terror-Weapons]


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While the airlines work to prevent a repeat of the September 11-th attacks, others are working to respond to other types of threats, especially bio-terrorism.
Tomorrow, lawmakers will review the nation's current precautions.
Chris (kuh-MORE-uh) Chumura has more from Washington.
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(( IN WASHINGTON TUESDAY, ANXIETY ABOUT ANTHRAX. CAPITOL STAFFERS LINE UP FOR ANTHRAX TESTS JUST A DAY AFTER A TAINTED LETTER ARRIVED IN THE OFFICE OF SENATE MAJORITY LEADER TOM DASCHLE. Daschle: All of the tests have been negative. There have been no indications of a health problem among my staff, and I'm confident that will remain the case. THE FEAR IS ISOLATED INCIDENTS INVOLVING CHEMICALS COULD EVOLVE TO A LARGER, POTENTIALLY DEADLY SCALE. THIS IS HOW LAW ENFORCEMENT AND EMERGENCY MANAGERS TRAIN FOR LARGE BIOLOGICAL ATTACKS. NOW, CONGRESS IS RE-EXAMINING THE GOVERNMENT'S PREPAREDNESS. VIRGINIA GOVERNOR JIM GILMORE HAS BEEN AUTHORING A REPORT ABOUT SUCH TERRORISM. HE'LL OFFER LAWMAKERS ADVICE WEDNESDAY. Gilmore: "The terrorist has the advantage. They choose the time and the place and the manner. Therefore, professionals in the security field will have to address a variety and myriad of issues in the coming years. ALREADY, CITIZENS HAVE BEEN BUYING CHEMICAL SUITS AND GAS MASKS. SO, EXPERTS INSIST A COORDINATED EFFORT IS NEEDED NOW TO DIMINISH THE DANGER AND POSSIBLE PUBLIC PANIC. Gilmore: Every state and local community has capabilities, resources, assets, experience and training that must be brought to bear in addressing this threat. A SEEMINGLY SIMPLE SOLUTION... FOR A COMPLEX, FRIGHTENING, AND PERSISTENT PROBLEM. IN WASHINGTON, CHRIS CHMURA REPORTING.))
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Even before September 11th, Gilmore and a panel have been formulating a broad response plan. It should be issued before the end of the year.

[Norfolk-Ships]


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Families said goodbye to their loved ones today-- as more ships headed to sea and possibly into harm's way.
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Sailors and their families said farewell as three Norfolk based ships, the U-S-S Ross, Hayler, and Rammage, departed for duty in the Middle East today. This deployment is the first for many young sailors who say they are not quite sure what to expect.
Veteran Navy shipmates say they will step up and help the younger sailors prepare for the very real and dangerous tasks that could lie ahead of them.
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[Marcos]


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Former Philippines first lady Imelda Marcos was charged with corruption today.
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She arrived at court to face corruption charges in a chauffeur-driven Mercedes limousine with vanity plates, and with diamonds in her ears.
Marcos fingerprinted herself and arranged for her own color mugshots today in Manila, before being released on 24-hundred dollars bail.
The 72-year-old widow of Ferdinand Marcos is accused of laundering 352-million dollars in allegedly embezzled money during her time as a minister in her husband's government in the 1970s.
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[Angeline]


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A woman in Independence who faces first degree and capital murder charges wants her day in court on SEPARATE days.
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Attorneys for Betty Jean Angeline filed a motion in Grayson County Circuit Court to have the two cases against her tried separately. The 59-year-old suspect is accused of shooting Linda McKnight on January 31st and Glenda Jenkins on March 23rd. Trial is set for January 14th in cases. On Friday, the defense will argue there's a lack of evidence linking the cases to the same plot and that they should be tried separately.
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Still ahead on News 7, Virginia Tech teams up with two other schools.
The goal-- become one of the top research Universities in the nation.
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And Bob Barker teams with the Postal Service...
Find out about his message when News 7 returns.
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[Tech-Medical]


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Virginia Tech is making moves to become one of the nations top research institutes.
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Tech's Board Visitors voted today to join forces with two other schools.
One initiative will form a joint school of biomedical engineering with Wake Forest University.
The second sets up a plan for a collaborative agreement with Virginia's first school of Osteopathic Medicine.
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((CHARLES STEGER/VIRGINIA TECH PRESIDNET:MERGING BIOMEDICINE AND THESE NEW TYPES OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES ARE GOING TO OPEN TREMENDOUS ARRAYS OF WAYS TO TREAT PEOPLE THAT WE'VE NEVER DEALT WITH BEFORE))
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The Board of Visitors hopes the two initiatives will bring more funding for research and expand the pool of resources for students and the University.
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[Barker-Stamp]


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He reminds people to do it every day...
Now he'll have a stamp on his side.
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During a taping of "The Price is Right" this afternoon, the U-S Postal Service showed Bob Barker a new "neuter" or "spay" series of stamps which will be issued next September.
Barker says it's a wonderful day for people across the nation who've been active in the campaign to end pet overpopulation.
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((BOB BARKER/"THE PRICE IS RIGHT" HOST; IT IS A TRAGIC PROBLEM. IT'S ONE THAT CAN BE SOLVED BY HAVING YOUR PET SPAYED OR NEUTERED. AND THAT'S WHAT WE HAVE BEEN URGING PEOPLE TO DO FOR YEARS.))
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Barker, who has hosted "The Price is Right" for 30 years on CBS, ends each show with an appeal for viewers to spay or neuter their pets.
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[S-Extra]


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Volleyball news from Franklin County, plus Willis White talks about his induction in the VHSL hall of fame. And the big Unit gets the best of the Braves. Tomorrow night the Yankees and Mariners open up their best of seven game AL series. And the Yanks aren't worried about being the underdogs.
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The Arizona Diamondbacks have taken a one game to none lead on the Braves in their best of seven National League championship series. Yesterday, Randy Johnson, who had lost seven straight postseason game was virtually perfect. He struck out 11 and retired 20 straight batter from the first to the eighth innings in the 2-to-nothing win.
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Game Two is in Arizona today.

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Tonight Willis White will enter the Virginia High School League's hall of fame. White began his head coaching career at Ft. Chiswell, after 3 seasons there he moved on to Patrick Henry and then to Salem where he has been for the past 19 seasons defying the odds, silencing critics and fickle fans.
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And win he has. In his 19 years in Salem he has recorded 183 victories, 8 regional titles and won four state titles, including the last three in row. He gives much of the credit for his success to his old high school coach R.P. Scholl at Scott high school in Madison, West Virginia.
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White's last trip to the VHSL offices was during the cleat controversy with Richlands when he was wrongly reprimanded.
The irony of the VHSL now honoring him is almost too much to swallow.
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White has 228 wins and just 79 losses overall in his head coach career.
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Among the 7 others entering the hall tonight along side White is Jim Cutler, the baseball coach at Liberty high school for 37 years. He's won nearly 500 games. And Nancy Patterson - a longtime yearbook advisor and journalism teacher at William Fleming. She enters the hall as a contributor.

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In girls' volleyball action last night the Franklin County Eagles continue to stay at the top of the new Western Valley district.
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Last night head coach Nancy Castillo and her high flying Eagles welcomed the Halifax County Comets to "The Mount." Franklin County was able to easily win this match in the three straight games, taking them 15-to-2, 15-to-10 and 15 to 4.
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[VO NAT CON'T] The Eagles finished third in the RVD last season, but have their sights set of making it to the regionals and one of the big pluses on this team is its experience.
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One of Friday Football Extra's big guns this season may not play this Friday night.
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[SUPER=03-Floyd Co./Last Friday; :00]

Glenvar quarterback Adam Hill, a player of the week in week one, who scored the Highlanders only TD on this run against Floyd last Friday was injured on the same play. His coach Steve Magenbauer says he has a deep bruise between his knee and ankle. He has not practiced at all this week. They'll decide at game time Friday if he can play against Auburn.
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[S-Express]


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The Roanoke Express begins a week-full of hockey tomorrow night. Steve Mason gets us ready for the four game stretch with this report.
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