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On News 7 at 5, more Anthrax is discovered in new places today, including the U-S Supreme Court. We will have a live report.
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Also a masked man robbed a bank today on one of Roanoke's busiest streets.
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Everything is right on time weather wise with the coldest of the air due in Saturday. Details coming up.

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Also two New York firefighters are in the Valley to receive the donations collected from local residents.
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And on Health Check, local doctors say patients should not expect to get antibiotics just to ease their fears.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: TODAY WE TAKE AN ESSENTIAL STEP IN DEFEATING TERROISM, WHILE PROTECTING THE CONTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF ALL AMERICANS.))
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With his signature Preident Bush signs a new law-
It gives intelligence and law enforcement new tools to fight terrorism.

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Meanwhile today, New Anthrax discoveries in the Washington D-C area. Anthrax is found in more mailrooms- including an offsite warehouse that screens mail for the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court officials now say the entire building is going to be shut down so it can tested throroughly.
Aleen Sigany- is on top of the story. She joins us live from Washington with the latest.
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(( IT'S THE LATEST IN A STRING OF ANTHRAX bacteria DISCOVERIES ALL OVER THE NATION'S CAPITOL. ALSO FOUND : TRACES IN MAILROOMS THAT SERVE THE C-I-A. ..THE STATE DEPARTMENT, THE CAPITOL , AN ARMY RESEARCH FACILITY AND EVEN THE WHITE HOUSE. BUSH:Whoever has done this shares that same value of evil of sept 11; but we'll find them and bring them to justice. THIS BUILDING, DCS MAIN POSTAL OFFICE, MAY BE THE BEST CLUE. THE BRENTWOOD MAIL FACILITY, WHERE TWO DC POSTAL WORKERS DIED FROM INHALATION ANTHRAX, DELIVERS MAIL TO MOST, IF NOT ALL, OF THE LOCATIONS FOUND WITH ANTHRAX. TOM RIDGE/HOMELAND SECURITY DIRECTOR We are under attack from a different kind of enemy using different kind of weapons. Weapons designed to fear and panic.
We're not gonna let them get away with it. We'll find them.
IN AFGHANISTAN, U-S STRIKES HAVENT LET UP, DESPITE THE MUSLIM PRAYER DAY. AND PENTAGON OFFICIALS SAY THEY CANT CONFIRM OR DENY THAT U-S WARPLANES HAVE HIT A RED CROSS COMPOUND FOR A SECOND TIME.))




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Meanwhile... in Afghanistan, the Taliban now says it's captured and killed Afghan opposition leader Abdul Haq.
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The Taliban claims he was executed for sping for the United States.
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Abdul Haq had been tipped to play a major role in any post-Taliban government.
In fact, he had said a few days ago he was headed into Afghanistan to try and stir opposition on the ground to split Taliban ranks.
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Governor Jim Gilmore's focusing his anthrax prevention efforts on northern Virginia.
The Governor announced three sites today in that region that would begin treating mail handlers who may have had some "downstream" exposure to mail from the D-C Brentwood post office.
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Also, Virginia's Health Commissioner says doctors across the state are being asked to immediately file a routine "daily disease report" more quickly than they usually would.
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((DR. ANNE PETERSON/STATE HEALTH COMMISSIONER: SO WE SAID SPEED IT ALL UP. THE OTHER THING THAT WE'RE DOING IS ...HOT TARGET SPOTS TO SAY HAVE YOU SEEN NOT ONLY THOSE REPORTABLE DISEASES, BUT CLUSTERS OF SYMPTOMS, WHAT WE CALL SYNDROMIC SURVEILLANCE?))28
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The Governor says Virginians should be "confident but cautious" about bioterrorist threats.
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Three Virginians have been exposed to anthrax -- two that work in D-C, and one in Sterling.


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Some local doctors say they're concerned about the increasing number of bacterial infections that are resistant to some of the most common antibiotics.
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As Health Check Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells that's one of the reasons some doctors are urging people not take Cipro unless they are positive they've been exposed to anthrax.
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That's right Jean, That's because improper use of the antibiotics could lead to strains of disease that are resistant to treatment.
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And the long term consequences could mean fewer antibiotics that work.
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((THERE HAS BEEN A DRAMATIC INCREASE IN THE AMOUNT OF ANTIBIOTICS USED IN THIS COUNTRY AND PART OF THAT IS BECAUSE PEOPLE EXPECT IT THEY WANT IT, THEY DEMAND IT)) [RUNS07]
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Carilion Infectious Disease Specialist Deborah Demicco says the overuse of antibiotics -- could have serious implications. It could lead to drug resistant forms of bacteria. So when a person really needs the drug, it may not work.
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And that's one reason for concern with some people taking Cipro --out of fear --and not because they've actually been exposed to anthrax.
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(( IF YOU TAKE ANTIOBITIOICS PRIOR TO -YOU'RE PUTTING YOURSELVES AT RISK OF DEVELOPING A RESISTANCE --SO IF THEY PATIENT IS ACTUALLY EXPOSED TO ANTHRAX THEY WILL POSSIBLY -THE CIPRO WILL NOT BE EFFECTIVE FOR THEM )) [RUNS14]
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Pharmacist Leigh Locklier says that's why she is against going on-line to buy the drug.
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Doctor Demicco says superbugs already exist --and unless something is done to stop the overprescribing of antibiotics - there will be long term consequences.
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On November 8th --the Roanoke Valley Academy of Medicine plans hold a meeting with doctors from Southwest, Virginia to talk about combating drug resistance.
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Jean,

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A man from Egypt who went to pick up his mail caused a stir at a Roanoke County post office.
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The Cave Spring branch was evacuated and closed for about an hour, after workers saw the man putting on some rubber gloves.
He was also driving a car with Florida license plates.
Postal inspectors determined that he's an engineer from Cairo, here for a visit, and was just taking precautions before checking his post office box.
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Still to come on the newscast, authorities are searching for the man who robbed a Roanoke bank this afternoon.
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[VO] Also we'll tell you why the head of the America Red Cross says she was forced to quit her post.
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Police are looking for the person who robbed a Roanoke bank this afternoon.
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It happened just after two at the Valley Bank on Hershberger Road.
Police say a man wearing a mask walked into the bank, pulled a gun and demanded money. He fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. Authorities have not released a description of the suspect.
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The president of the American Red Cross is resigning.
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Bernadine Healy says there's one simple explanation- she says she was forced out by policy differences.
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((BERNADINE HEALY/AMERICAN RED CROSS PRESIDENT: I STRONGLY OPPOSE CO-MINGLING OF THE MONIES RAISED IN THE AFTERMATH OF 9-11 WITH OTHER RED CROSS DISASTER FUNDS AND HERE AGAIN, REASONABLE PEOPLE CAN DIFFER.))
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Healy is only one of two medical doctors to have headed the Agency. She will leave December 31st.
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Tomorrow, the Blue Ridge Institute will celebrate the region's history and culture during its 28th Folklife Festival.
Each year, the event brings thousands of people to the campus of Ferrum College [TOSS ACROSS THE DESK;]
And tonight Joe Dashiell is back with his final preview. [JOE Full]
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Jean... the Blue Ridge Folklife Festival highlights authentic regional traditions.
It's all about passing on traditions of food, farm, family... and even the fiddle.
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Audrey Hash Ham says music is more important than most people realize.
And it has been important to her since the day she was born.
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((AUDREY HASH HAM/FIDDLE MAKER: MY FATHER PAID FOR ME WITH A FIDDLE. HE DIDN'T HAVE MONEY TO PAY FOR MY HOSPITAL BILL, SO HE WALKED ABOUT 20 SOME ODD MILES SO HE COULD SELL A FIDDLE TO PAY MY HOSPITAL BILL.))
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Her father was Albert Hash, the well-known fiddler and fiddle maker who influenced a generation of old time musicians and instrument makers...
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((HE WOULD SIT IN THE WINDOW WORKING ON HIS FIDDLES AND I REMEMBER STANDING BESIDE HIM. THAT'S ABOUT THE FIRST MEMORY I EVER HAD. AND I WAS ALWAYS SO AWED BY THE FACT THAT HE WOULD TAKE A BOARD, JUST A SIMPLE BOARD AND TURN IT INTO SOMETHING THAT LOVELY.))
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Today, Audrey is turning boards into something that lovely.
She shares her workshop with Archie Powers, a longtime friend who also learned to make fiddles at her father's side... and with Powers' sons, Carl and Coy.
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((AND AT THIS DAY AND TIME, THERE ARE VERY FEW FAMILIES THAT HAVE THE CONTINUATION THAT WE SEE WITH THE HASH FAMILY, FROM A FATHER TO A CHILD. AND THEN WITHIN THE COMMUNITY, PEOPLE THAT ALBERT TAUGHT AND NOW AUDREY'S WORKING WITH THE SONS.))
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They use machines that Albert Hash made to rough out their fiddles... but they depend more on the lessons he left behind... practicing a patient craftmanship of heart and hand.))

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That's true of many who are keeping regional traditions alive, and many who are taking part in the Blue Ridge Folklife Festival [TOSS ACROSS THE DESK]
Jean... the festival runs tomorrow from 10am until 5pm rain or shine on the campus of Ferrum College.

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Hundreds of firefighters from across our region are in Roanoke at this hour. They are attending a service at the Fallen Firefighters Memorial. That service has two special guests.
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Justin McCleod joins us from the ceremony.
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Jean, the two New York Firefighters are here to say thank you. Since the September 11th attack, firefighters from across Southwest Virginia have been raising money for the firefighter's fund.
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Firefighters spent several weekends to collect donations. That total has now reached several hundred thousand dollars. Today they presented the check to Clark Gibson and Steve Gillespie of the New York City Fire department.
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American investors are apparently optimistic about the economy. We'll see how that translates on Wall Street coming up next.
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[VO] Then a little bit later, we'll tell you why the other Survivor contestants found a Florida dentist was more than they could swallow.
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On Wall Street today, investors were betting that the struggling economy will recover next year.
Victoria Fung has more on the strong ending to the trading week.
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The U-S Olympic Committe has trimmed the list of American citites bidding for the 20-12 Summer Olympic Games.
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Houston, New York, San Franciso, and Washington, DC are all still in contention.
Dropped from cosideration today- were Dallas, Los Angeles, Tampa, and Cincinnati.
There's still a long way to go. The U-S-O-C will pick one finalist from that list next November.
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That city will be submitted to the International Olympic Committee, along with other cities from around the world.

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Welcome everybody to the Friday two minute ticker. The Winston Cup cars are in Phoenix for this weekend's Dura Lube 500. Qualifying is getting a late start today out west.
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But Dale Junior got a jump on the competition by unveiling the much anticipated paint scheme for the 3 car that he will drive in the Busch Series next season in Daytona and Charlotte.
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The cars will be owned by Richard Childress Racing and they will be sponsored by Oreo and Vanilla Wafers. Junior says the Nabisco Company is top flight and that fringe benefits can't be beat.
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As Robin told us earlier - we need to bundle up tonight. Here's this evening's Friday Football Extra schedule of games for week number 9.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 6998] And tomorrow, the college action on WDBJ-7 features Clemson and Wake Forest at Noon from the ACC. After in the SEC Georgia and Florida meet at 3.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 6999] Sunday, the Jacksonville Jaguars visit the Ravens at one. That game will be followed up by the Eagles hosting the Oakland Raiders. Roy Stanley has your college game day previews coming up at the top of the hour. Take care everyone and stay warm.
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The Generation Gap is apparently everywhere, ncluding the middle of the African desert. Last night, the young people of Survivor helped boot off of the show's oldest contestants.
Teri Okita has more.
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((YOUTH RULES WHEN YOURE OUT IN THE AFRICAN BUSH AT LEAST TONIGHT. A TIEBREAKER AT SAMBURUS TRIBAL COUNCIL ENDED WITH 46-YEAR-OLD DENTIST, CARL BILANCIONE, GETTING THE BOOT.
NATSND FULL OF JEFF 55:45: Carl, the tribe has spoken)

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: Carl readily admitted before the game started that he talked too much, and that was definitely his downfall. The younger tribemembers who called him Dr. B felt he was pushy and, in the end, didnt need the money.

SOT: (19:35) Carl: This is generation x glad Im not part of it.


TRACK: CARLS DEPARTURE LEFT A BIG RIFT IN THE SAMBURU CAMP AND THE GENERATION GAP IS ONLY GETTING WIDER.

SOT: Silas: (14:12) The younger people, I think weve realized that if

we dont stick together, were going to lose this. Theyre going to pick us off, and Im not going out that way.
TRACK: VICTORY COULDNT COME SOON ENOUGH AT THE BORAN CAMP WHERE THEY LET IT ALL HANG OUT AT THE IMMUNITY CHALLENGE. BUT REMEMBER: IN THE AFRICAN BUSH, YOURE ONLY AS GOOD AS YOUR LAST SUCCESS.

SOT: Ethan: (29:38) This is so nice.


TRACK: AS PERSONALITIES BEGIN TO EMERGE AND THE GAME UNFOLDS, THEY MUST TRY TO COOPERATE WITH EACH OTHER AND KEEP THEIR EGOS IN CHECK. THEIR VERY SURVIVAL DEPENDS ON IT. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.)


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