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On News 7 at 5, a C-B-S News employee is the latest person infected with Anthrax. We'll have the latest in a live report.
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Also Lynchburg police search for a murder suspect.
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Different day but the exact same forecast. A chilly night followed by bright sunshine on Friday. Details next.

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Also today, a new treatment offers hope to people suffering from painfully swollen of the limbs,
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and local parents are encouraged to find a safer alternative to door to door trick or treating.
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The latest Anthrax case hits CBS News- An assistant to Anchorman Dan Rather has the skin form of the disease.
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The Case of Anthrax is the latest to hit the network news operations.
There is also a case now reported in New Jersey... A postal worker who may have handled letters containing Anthrax- also has the skin form of the disease.
Drew Levinson joins us live with the latest.
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((CBS became the third major network to feel the effects of Anthrax close-up. One of Dan Rather's assistants tested positive for the skin form of the bacteria. The woman whose name has not released handles many of the letters that pour in to the CBS Anchorman. ANDREW HEYWARD/CBS PRESIDENT: "WE HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF A LETTER OR ANY SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE COMING INTO THE BUILDING." About two weeks ago--the woman noticed swelling on her face and was tested...she's been on antibiotics...and is responding well. DAN RATHER/CBS NEWS:"I THINK THE WORD HEROIC IS APT...SHE HAS NOT A MISSED A DAY OF WORK AND SHE IS WORKING TODAY. CBS is talking to police, the health department as well as Mayor Giuliani who urged the city's resident's not to storm the emergency rooms. MAYOR RUDOLPH GIUILLIANI/NEW YORK:"EVERY UNNECCESSARY TEST DELAYS AND NECESSARY TEST." CBS has not closed its world headquarters....and though there is great concern here, and in some cases fear--many of the employees are trying to stay the course. JERRY STEVENSON/CBS TECHNICIAN:"WE'RE GOING TO GO ABOUT OUR BUSINESS, BE CONCERNED AND MINDFUL, WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO?"
Rather who has covered every war since Vietnam--called this a unique battle being fought on American turf.
RATHER: THE BEST WAY TO FIGHT BACK IS TO GET BEYOND OUR FEARS, DO OUR JOBS, DO OUR DUTY AND STAY UNITED AND STAY STEADY.))





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Congressman Bob Goodlatte is looking forward to getting back to work in the House.
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The Republican spent the morning in Staunton speaking at a naturalization ceremony after the House was closed for an anthrax sweep. Goodlatte says he understands the reasoning behind the decision but doesn't agree with it.
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((CONGRESSMAN BOB GOODLATTE: ANYPLACE WHERE THERE'S A THREAT OF ANTHRAX NEEDS TO HAVE A COMPLETE SECURITY REVIEW. I HAPPEN TO FEEL THAT WE COULD CONDUCT THAT WHILE WE WERE IN SESSION BUT, NONETHELESS, THE LEADERSHIP FELT IT WAS BETTER TO CLOSE DOWN THE ENTIRE AREA, HAVE THE ENTIRE AREA SECURE TO DO THAT AND IT'S THEIR CALL, NOT MINE.))
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While fears of terrorism have some people thinking America's borders should be closed, Goodlatte says this country was built by immigrants and will continue to welcome those of other nationalities with open arms.
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Just a few blocks away from the World Trade Center site.... four of Osma bin Laden's terrorist organization were sentenced to life in prison.
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They were convicted in the bombing of U-S embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
The four Al-Queda members were convicted in May and sentenced today to life in prison with no chance of parole.
Two of the 4 terrorists were eligible to get the death penalty but a jury last spring decided against it for fear of retaliation and making the men martyrs.
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Roanoke Police are urging people to consider moving their Halloween celebrations inside this year.
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The city is encouraging churches, synagogues and civic groups to host their own events for children.
But for those who prefer pounding the pavement, police recommend some extra precautions.
They say parents should go with their kids, visit familiar houses and check all candy.
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((SGT. BUTCH STEAHLY/ROANOKE P.D.: IT CAN'T BE BUSINESS AS USUAL THINGS HAVE CHANGED. WE DON'T FEEL LIKE THERE'S ANY DANGER BUT IT'S A GOOD REASON TO ADD A LITTLE BIT OF CAUTION.))
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Trick or treating in the city WILL take place on Halloween night, Wednesday, October 31st.
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Coming up next on the newscast, some local parents say bus overcrowding may have led to the death of a teenager. We'll have the details,
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[VO] And bad weather is being blamed for the deaths of four people in this 120 car pile up.
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The nation is struggling with a war against terrorism and a war against anthrax. Aleen Sirgany updates us on both.
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THE SENATE WAS OPEN FOR WORK TODAY, BUT IT WAS ANYTHING BUT BUSINESS AS USUAL. WITH THE HOUSE SHUT DOWN, HEALTH OFFICIALS COMBED THE CAPITOL SEARCHING FOR FURTHER POSSIBLE TRACES OF ANTHRAX. THEY SAY -- SO FAR -- THEY HAVEN'T FOUND ANY NEW EXPOSURES TO THE BACTERIA.

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"THE NUMBER OF POSITIVE RESULTS REMAINS AT 31"
AUTHORITIES ALSO SAY THERE IS NO EVIDENCE THAT THE ANTHRAX SEEPED INTO THE VENTILATION SYSTEM.

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AS FEARS CONTINUE TO RISE, TOP OFFICIALS CONTINUE TO CALL FOR CALM, AND IN AN EFFORT TO ALLEVIATE WORRIES, THE POSTAL SERVICE IS MAILING OUT POSTCARDS TO EVERY HOUSEHOLD IN THE COUNTRY -- OUTLINING ANTHRAX PRECAUTIONS.

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"IF PEOPLE HAVE CONCERNS ABOUT SOMETHING THEY HAVE RECEIVED IN THE MAIL, THE FIRST THING THEY SHOULD DO IS ISOLATE IT. DON'T LET OTHERS TOUCH IT. DON'T SHAKE IT, DON'T TASTE IT, DON'T SNIFF IT."
IN AFGHANISTAN, THE BOMBING CONTINUES AROUND THE CLOCK. WARPLANES TARGETTED TALIBAN SITES AND TROOPS IN KABUL. THE TALIBAN SAYS HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE HAVE BEEN KILLED IN RECENT ATTACKS, BUT THE PENTAGON DOUBTS THAT.

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"THE NUMBERS THE TALIBAN HAS BEEN FLOATING OUT IN THE MEDIA ... ARE CERTAINLY FALSE IN TERMS OF LARGER THAN THAT.

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BEEN KILLED..CAN'T CONFIRM IT - BUT IT "WOULD BE A GOOD THING FOR THE WORLD."))

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Mix bad weather and high speed- and it can be deadly.
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That's what happened in Italy.... a huge accident.
120 cars piled up on a highway near Milan.
Four people are reported dead..and 150 are hurt.
The video gives an idea of just how bad this accident was.
The weather was foggy at the time of the crash.
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Some Amherst County parents say a high school senior would be alive today if administrators had listened to their concerns about bus overcrowding.
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17-year old Dana Marie Roberson was killed yesterday as she crossed Route 29 near Faulconerville.
Residents say kids on the northbound side of Route 29 often cross to the bus stop on the southbound side to make sure they get a seat on the bus.
Parents say their complaints about the situation have gone unheard.
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((SUSAN TYREE/CONCERNED PARENT: I DO KNOW FOR A FACT THE BUS IS OVERCROWDED. I CALLED NUMEROUS TIMES LAST YEAR AND COMPLAINED AND COMPLAINED AND COMPLAINED.. THEY NEVER ONCE DONE ANYTHING.))
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Administrators say they'll look into whether the bus is overcrowded and if routes need to be changed.
Parents plan to raise their concerns again at a school board meeting in November.
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Lynchburg police are searching for suspects in a fatal shooting last night.
Officers were called to the intersection of Bedford Avenue and Dinwiddie Street last night to investigate a malicious wounding.
They found 20-year old Michael A. Mosley lying in a parked vehicle, suffering from an apparent gunshot wound.
Mosley was pronounced dead at Lynchburg General Hospital.

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Virginia State Senator Emily Couric died of pancreatic cancer this morning.
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She'd planned to run for the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor in Virginia, but dropped out of the race last year after learning she was ill.
She was the sister of N-B-C "Today" show co-host Katie Couric, who lost her husband to colon cancer.
Senator Emily Couric was 54.
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In Health Check tonight, a treatment is showing promising results for severe painful swelling.
As Joy Sutton tells us this treatment has helped one local woman get back on her feet.
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(( Laura McKinnon has finally found a treatment that decreases the swelling in her left leg --swelling that had gotten so bad she couldn't wear a shoe.
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McKinnon suffers from lymphedema --a disease that is caused by trauma to the lymphatic system which causes fluid to accumulate in her leg.
Doctors had told her she would probably have to live with the swelling --but that was before she turned to Lymphedema clinic at Lewis Gale Medical Center.
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Take a look at the difference McKinnon saw after just two weeks of treatment. And here is an example of another patient after a year of treatment.
The treatment includes a specific type of massage which helps promote drainage and an exercise and skin care program.

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((IF NOT TREATED THIS PROTEIN LIQUID CAN ALSO FORM A TISSUE ITSELF --AND THEN THAT'S NOT TREATABLE ONCE IT GET'S TO --SO THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS THE EARLIEST TREATMENT IS THE BEST )) [RUNS11]
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McKinnon goes to therapy twice a week --but she say it's the only thing that has worked.
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And now tasks like walking and getting into a car are no longer a major challenge.

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Coming up next, if you are looking for some artitistic pottery, Jacey Birch has the place for you.
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Twenty clay sculptors and artists are unwrapping their finest works to put on display and for sale this weekend.


The Blue Ridge Potters will be at Virginia Western Community College showing all kinds of clay pieces, from figurines to coffee mugs.
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Jacey Birch is with a sculptor now to give a bit of insight to the craft.
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Today in Sports, one of the major leagues most successful managers in recent years has quit.
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[VO] and a Hokie is named one of the elite players in college football.
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On Wall Street today, investors were apparently worried that the latest round of anthrax cases will keep shoppers at home. As Ed Crane tells us, that pushed stock prices lower.
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Welcome folks to the Thursday ticker that begins with a somewhat surprising managerial move in the big leagues.
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The Houston Astros who were eliminated in the first round of the national league playoffs this year lost their manager today as Larry Dierker resigned. In the past five years under his leadership the Astros won four divisional titles.
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A team that knows all about those divisional crowns, the Yankees look to take a two games to none lead on the Mariners tonight. Game Two in the American League championship series gets underway shortly after 8 tonight.

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Virginia Tech's hard hitting linebacker Ben Taylor is one of the 12 semi-finalists named today for the prestigious Butkus Award.
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This award is given annually to the best linebacker in the nation by the Downtown Athletic Club of Orlando. Taylor was a semi-finalist for this honor last season, as well. He leads Tech with 53 tackles, 11 for losses and he has 10 quarterback hurries. The winner will be announced on December 7th.
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UVa is still a double digit underdog for this Saturday night's showdown with Florida State. The Cavaliers are now 3-and-3 on the season after losing their last two games in the ACC to Maryland and North Carolina. Florida State is just the start of a rigorous stretch run that includes the likes of Ga. Tech, Virginia Tech and NC State.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six, we will run through the Friday Football Extra schedule of games for tomorrow night, which amazingly is already week number 8 of the regular season. But first -
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[GO TO PINNACLE 6998] If you're getting ready for some football this weekend. Saturday at three Your Hometown Station has the Tennessee Vols hitting the road to battle the Crimson Tide of Alabama in the SEC.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 6999] Sunday CBS Sports and the NFL have assigned us the Ravens and Browns as Cleveland once again welcomes its not so favorite son Art Modell back home. Take care everybody, Jean will be right back in just a moment to wrap up News 7 at Five.
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Her name is known by millions around the world, but Madonna's past is often shrouded in mystery. VH-1's Rebecca Rankin has a glimpse at the future Material Girl from her oldest friend.
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(( Rebecca toss WHAT DROVE MADONNA TO BECOME A SUPERSTAR? PEOPLE HAVE BEEN TRYING TO FIGURE THAT OUT FOR DECADES - EVEN PEOPLE WHO WENT TO SCHOOL WITH HER.
Wyn Cooper, high school friend It's pretty clear that even at that age she was willing to do quite a bit in front of the camera, including eat a raw egg footage from the "Egg Film."
MADONNA'S CLASSMATE AND FRIEND WYN COOPER SHOT THIS NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN, ABSTRACT SHORT, SIMPLY CALLED "THE EGG FILM," FOR A CLASS AT THEIR MICHIGAN HIGH SCHOOL
COOPER IS JUST ONE OF MANY EARLY FRIENDS, TEACHERS AND CREATIVE PARTNERS WHO PAINT A PICTURE OF A DRIVEN YOUNG WOMAN WHO HUNGERED FOR ATTENTIONYET WAS DIFFICULT TO REALLY KNOW.
Whitley Setrakian, college roommate There were moment when we were alone together and we were just talking, where I just felt like, "Ok, this is who she really is, this is an unguarded moment."
sound up, "In Artificial Light," Madonna: "I'll do anything for money cause money is my love.
Adam Alter, former manager : I don't think anyone made Madonna, I think Madonna made Madonna."
Rebecca tag YOU CAN SEE MORE OF THIS FOOTAGE AND PHOTOS INCLUDING THE REST OF "THE EGG FILM", AND HEAR FROM PEOPLE WHO PLAYED PIVOTAL ROLES IN MADONNA'S EARLY LIFE ON VH1'S "EVOLUTION: MADONNA," SUNDAY, 9/8 CENTRAL. IN NEW YORK, I'M REBECCA RANKIN.
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