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Today on News 7 at 5, there is another case of Anthrax in the nation's capitol. We'll have the latest in a live report.
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Also a Roanoke landmark says it will go dark next month.
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The change in weather systems began today with the strong winds. Now colder air will spill down from the north. Details just ahead.

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Also today, Ford has to pay millions for trucks with faulty ignition switches,
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and George Lynch has been traded to a new N-B-A team. Mike Stevens will tell us where the former Roanoker will play next.
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((TOM RIDGE/HOMELAND SECURITY DIRECTOR: THE ANTHRAX IN THE LETTER THAT WAS RECEIVED AT SENATOR TOM DASCHLES OFFICE HAS DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTSC. IT IS HIGHLY CONCENTRATED. IT IS PURE.))
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New information on the Anthrax sent to Senator Daschle.. and tonight more people are infected with the disease.

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Good evening.
A man who handles mail for the State Department in Northern Virginia is now hospitalized with Anthrax.
And in New Jersey, another worker at a mail processing center is showing possible signs of inhalation anthrax.
Aleen Sirgany is in Washington and joins us live with the latest on the anthrax cases.. and the war in Afghanistan.
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((THE ANTHRAX SCARE IS GETTING WORSE BY THE DAY. IN WASHINGTON, ALL MAIL DELIVERIES TO THE STATE DEPARMENT HAVE BEEN HALTED AFTER AN EMPLOYEE AT A REMOTE MAIL SITE IN VIRGINIA TESTED POSITIVE FOR ANTHRAX. IN NEW YORK, AUTHORITIES NOW SAY A SECOND NBC EMPLOYEE HAS SKIN ANTHRAX. ITS BELIEVED THE WOMAN GOT THE BACTERIA FROM THE SAME LETTER THAT INFECTED AN ASSITANT TO TOM BROKAW. AND IN NEW JERSEY, HEALTH OFFICIALS FEAR A SECOND POSTAL WORKER MAY HAVE INHALATION ANTHRAX. AS ANTHRAX IS FOUND IN ANOTHER PART OF THE HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING, HOMELAND SECURITY DIRECTOR TOM RIDGE SAYS THE ANTHRAX IN THE LETTER SENT TO SENATOR TOM DASCHLES OFFICE IN THAT BUILDING WAS ESPECIALLY POTENT. TOM RIDGE/HOMELAND SECURITY DIRECTOR It is highly concentrated, it is pure, the spores are smaller. Therefore they are more dangerous CONGRESS IS RESPONDING AS TOUGH AS IT CAN: TODAY, THE SENATE EASILY PASSED AN ANTI-TERRORISM BILL GIVING MORE POWER TO AUTHORITIES TRYING TO HUNT DOWN TERRORISTS. PRESIDENT BUSH IS EXPECTED TO SIGN THE MEASURE TOMORROW. IN AFGHANISTAN, THE TALIBAN IS TAKING AIM AT U-S JETS THAT CONTINUE TO BOMB THEIR FRONTLINE. THIS VIDEO SHOWS A TALIBAN MISSILE NEARLY HITTING TWO U-S WARPLANES.))





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As the air attacks continue in Afghanistan, it is becoming increasingly clear that the anti-Taliban forces on the ground are helping the U-S planes hit their targets.
Kimberly Dozier reports from Pakistan.
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(( A FIFTH day of blistering attacks on Taliban positions in northern Afghanistanand it's beginning to have the Pentagon's desired effect.
This man broke ranks, and defected to the opposition Northern Alliance, Taliban bullets chasing him all the way.
Taliban defector: 'Yes, I said to my friend hurry up run.' But the humanitarian situation is also getting worse. Doctors in Kabul say they are running out of gasoline for their generators and operating by gas light. 'It's impossible to workfor the patients.' And the Pentagon is concerned the Taliban will try to turn this air-dropped food aid...into a public relations weapon, by poisoning it. Defense officials say leaflets will be dropped and announcements made on local radio, warning Afghans to be alert to anything unusual. And casualties from US bombing raids are coming home here, to Pakistan. Thousands turned out to honor the leader of more than twenty Pakistani militants, killed in Kabul by an American bomb. Thousands more here say they too are ready to cross into Afghanistan to join the holy warbut Pakistan's government intends to block them at the border. Meanwhile, a conference of Afghan exiles wrapped up a two-day meeting in Peshawar, Pakistan, on what a post-Taliban Afghanistan might look like. They endorsed the ex-king Zahir Shah, and spoke of the importance of UN involvement.
They also asked foreigners who have caused their country to be bombedto leave - a roundabout reference to Osama bin Laden. Diplomats here say the problem isthese aren't the people in power inside Afghanistan - the guns still belong the Taliban and the Northern Alliance, and no one here had any specific ideas as to how to get the Taliban OUT of poweror keep the Northern Alliance from seizing it. One thing they could all agree on - the bombing isn't doing their people any good, and they asked the United States to stop it. KD, CBS News, Islamabad))

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If you own a Ford car or truck, you may have some money coming.
Ford must pay millions.
A California judge approved the settlement today- that involved vehicles that were prone to stall because of flaws in the ignition system.
The agreement comes two months after the Associated Press reported at least eleven deaths were blamed on those stalling vehicles
Ford maintains the vehicles were safe- and admits no wrongdoing.

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Virginia Tech is offering a cash reward for information about the recent bomb hoax there.
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On October 11th, a suspicious package resembling a bomb shut down the Newman Library and had law enforcement agencies tied up for hours.
Investigators finally determined the package was a well made fake.
Now Tech officials are offering five thousand dollars to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest of the person who planted the device.
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The Valley's oldest theater is closing its doors in just over two weeks.
But organziners of a fund raising effort say the curtain on the Grandin Theater won't be down forever.
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The theater is closing its doors November 12th.
But the Grandin Theater Foundation is undertaking a massive fundraising effort, hoping to raise 1-and-a-quarter million dollars.
With the money, the group wants to buy the theater, replace the projectors, and upgrade the sound system.
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((JULIE HUNSAKER/GRANDIN THEATER OWNER; THIS IS OUR HISTORY. THIS SHOULD BE HERE FOR OUR CHILDREN AND THEIR CHILDREN. WE HAVE HAD KIDS WORKING HERE WHOSE GRANDPARENTS HELD HANDS IN THE BALCONY. AND THOSE THINGS ARE IMPORTANT, AND THAT'S WHAT WE HAVE TO KEEP IN MIND.)) ((BUTT BUTT BUTT)) ((ED WALKER/GRANDIN THEATER FOUNDATION; WE HAVE UNTIL MAY 31, 2002 TO RAISE THE MONEY AND DO WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE SO WHILE WE HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY, WE MUST ACT QUICKLY AND MAKE NO MISTAKE, THIS IS AN URGENT CALL TO THE PUBLIC.))
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Hunsaker (hun-SAY-ker) says keeping the Grandin open as a commercial theater just isn't an option. Now those organizing the fundraiser hope the Grandin can have a new life as a non-profit theater.
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A Roanoke company goes to court to stop someone from posting its confidential information on the internet. We'll have more after the break,
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[VO] Also we'll see how a local program helped one woman end a lifetime of stuttering.
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Optical Cable Corporation wins round one- That in its battle to bring down an alleged insider who posted company information on the world wide web.
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A Roanoke County judge granted company officials a subpoena that will allow yahoo to release the name of the individual.
The alleged "insider" who uses the screen name "Stockin-up-2001" posted a company customer list, along with other information that the company says came from within.
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((KEN HARBER/OCCF VP: AN OUTSIDE SALES REP CALLED IN FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND ASKED IF THERE HAD BEEN A LAYOFF. WE SAID NO, WHERE DID YOU HEAR THIS INFORMATION? AND THEY SAID IT'S ON YAHOO.))
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On the message board today, "Stockinup2001" said he was a small stockholder, apologized for posting the information, and said the customer list was given to him after it was found in a company trash can.
He did not appear in court today to defend himself.
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One of Lynchburg's high-tech companies is about to make a 16-million dollar investment in the Hill City.
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City leaders and officials with M/A-COM (MAY-com) Wireless Systems broke ground today on a new research and development facility.
The Lynchburg Industrial Development Authority will construct the building and lease it to M/A-COM for the next twenty years.
No new jobs are being created, but officials say they're glad the company is investing in the Hill City.
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((CARL HUTCHERSON/LYNCHBURG MAYOR: THE WORK BEING DONE BY M/A-COM IS A VALUABLE PART OF LYNCHBURG'S ECONOMIC FUTURE AND THEIR PRESENCE AND INTERNATIONAL REPUTATION MAKES IT POSSIBLE FOR LYNCHBURG TO ATTRACT OTHER HIGH-TECH COMPANIES.))
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M/A-COM makes two-way mobile radio systems.
It recently won a share of a billion dollar federal contract to make radios for the Department of Defense.
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In Health Check tonight,
Helping stutterers develop normal speech. The Hollins Communication Research Institute has done it for years.
And for one local woman, it means new life after 30 years.
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Tonight health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has her story.
Plus the results of a new study from the Institute about what may cause stuttering..
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Jean, The Institute says it discovered that there may be something physically different about people who stutter.
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And now it's hope is to find a cure -- to prevent stutters like Felicia Poindexter from going years unable to communicate effectively.
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It's hard to believe that Felicia Poindexter has a job as a secretary --because up until a year ago she stuttered so badly she could barely get out her own name.
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This is how she sounded before completing the 19 day program at the Hollins Communications Research Institutue.
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Doctor Ronald Webster the Director of the Institutue says the program has helped thousands of stutterers by re-teaching them how to speak. And after years of research he believes he may have found why people stutter.
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((IT APPEARS AS IF SOUNDS THE PERSON IS MAKING DURING THE INITIATION OF SPEECH ARE BEING SMEARED AS THEY TRAVEL THROUGH THE SKULL AND REACH THE EARS. AND SO THE BRAIN IS NOT BEING PROPERLY INFORMED OF WHAT THE MUSCLES ARE DOING DURING THE PRODUCTION OF SPEECH )) [RUNS16]
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This cause the muscles to jump out of control. He believes it could have something do with the make-up of the skull .. and that's where there could be a cure in the future.
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For Poindexter, not stuttering means she's leaving welfare and can now get a good job. Her dream is to become a motivational speaker.
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Doctor Webster plans to publish his findings in the Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research by the end of the year.
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Jean,

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Still to come, Wall Street makes a sharp turn-around following a bad start. We'll have the final number following weather,
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and then a little later we'll see what movie makers are doing to scare up a little business for Halloween.
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Coming up a little later in our newscast, we'll see a new business that wants to become a smooth operator in the Valley.
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[VO] and fans who want to see former Roanoker George Lynch play in the N-B-A will not have to travel as far. Mike Stevens will tell us why.
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On Wall Street today, traders say afternoon passage by the Senate of anti-terrorism legislation helped lift investors' spirits and led to a strong rally.
Alexis Christoforous has the numbers.
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Just in time for Halloween.... a movie with a fitting title- "Thirteen Ghosts" opens tomorrow.
It's a state of the art remake of the Classic Horror film.
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The film is about a family that inherits a spectacular old house from an eccentric uncle.
There's just one problem- the house seems to have an agenda all its own- including strangely shifting walls and more.
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Thirteen Ghosts opens tomorrow night.

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Welcome everybody to the Thursday afternoon two minute ticker. We get started tonight with an unexpected homecoming of sorts for George Lynch.
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This afternoon in a three way deal involving the Sixers, the Hornets and the Golden State Warriors, Lynch was traded to Charlotte for one of the league's all-time headaches - Derrick Coleman. The Hornets get an unselfish player in Lynch, while Philly gets a player with plenty of potential and plenty of baggage.
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The Hornets says Lynch is exactly what they want. In his 8 years in the league, the former Patrick Henry great has averaged 8 points and 6 rebounds a game. He has played in 526 games in his career. As you know he also graduated from North Carolina - so he'll have plenty of fans in the Queen City.
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The Big East conference women's basketball media day was held today, and not surprisingly, UConn and Notre Dame the last two national champions in college roundball were picked to finish one and two. The Tech women in just their second season are picked to finish sixth. The Hokies found out last season that you need your A-game every night on the court.
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The Roanoke Dazzle opens the season November 18th. The NBDL team's first preseason game is November 10th.
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As News 7 sports reported Tuesday, former G. W. Danville star point guard Tyrone Barksdale is the local player who earned a tryout. Dazzle coach Kent Davison had many reasons for selecting him.
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Coming up in sports at the top of the hour, the Roanoke Express hits the road this weekend. Steve Mason will check in with this red hot team, plus we'll have the rundown off all your high school football games for week number nine tomorrow night. Take care everyone. Jean is coming right back in moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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A new business in the Valley wants to hook Roanokers on Smoothies. It says its fruit shakes are both good tasting and good for you.
Steve Pardon has more.
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Just in time for Halloween.... a movie with a fitting title- "Thirteen Ghosts" opens tomorrow.
It's a state of the art remake of the Classic Horror film.
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((YOU'LL NEVER.... OUT OF MY SIGHT.))
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The film is about a family that inherits a spectacular old house from an eccentric uncle.
There's just one problem- the house seems to have an agenda all its own- including strangely shifting walls and more.
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((GIVE ME THOSE..... HATE IT WHEN THEY DO THAT.))
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Thirteen Ghosts opens tomorrow night.
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