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[SUPER=@Marya1;]
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... Hundreds of protestors in New York say it's time to STOP the war in Afghanistan..
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And Senator George Allen says the anthrax threat could be closer to home... We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Levinson]


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In Afghanistan last night, rebels fighting Taliban forces say American bombs are NOT making much of a dent. But U-S officials say they are pleased with the latest round of attacks that many call the fiercest yet. Drew Levinson has details.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=The US bombing]
[SUPER=03-Nothern Afghanistan; :00]
[SUPER=03-West Windsor, NJ; :40]
[SUPER=01-Linda Wang/NJ Business owner; :51]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC; :56]
[SUPER=01-Dan Nichols/U.S. Capitol Police; 1:03]
[SUPER=01-Drew Levinson/CBS News; 1:16]
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(((Locator: Northern Afghanistan)
(nat of daytime bombing)


The U-S lead bombing on the Taliban front lines began early.

(nat of nighttime bombing)


And continued into the night. Witnesses call it the most intense strikes yet. But the hits getting the most attention are missed targets. British news sources say an American bomb is responsible for killing and wounding several civilians during an accidental attack on this village behind Northern Alliance lines.

(nat of Red Cross fire)


And for the second time, an American bomb turned a Red Cross building into rubble. This one housed food and blankets for more than 50-thousand needy Afghans.

(Locator: West Windsor, New Jersey)

Back on U-S soil, postal workers stayed outside of this post office in West Windsor, New Jersey after investigators found anthrax spores inside a mail bin. Fear spread quickly.

(Linda Wang/NJ Business owner)

17:36:02 We re concerned because we have a business where all the mail comes through this post office."

(Locator: Washington, DC)

And investigators are still testing a House of Representatives office building. They found anthrax inside the offices of three more congressmen.

(Lt. Dan Nichols/U.S. Capitol Police)

13:54:39 If this is a situation where we have cross-contamination from the original Senator Daschle letter of if there is another piece of mail out there that we need to be concerned about. That s something we re looking into very vigorously, I assure you.

(Drew Levinson stand-up close)

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[Protests]


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The U-S led bombings in Afghanistan drew protests from Americans on both coasts yesterday.
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Times Square was one of many sites across the country where anti-war protests took place.
Hundreds of people turned out to voice their opposition to the bombings.
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In Los Angeles, hundreds of protesters called for a stop to the war.
They marched through downtown, stopping at the federal building.
They held signs saying, "Bombing is Terrorism."
However, statistics show that the majority of Americans DO support the war effort.
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[Allen]


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Senator George Allen is urging Virginians to be cautious with their mail... but not to panic.
He adds--- there is a possibility the anthrax cases could be the work of domestic terrorists.
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[SOT 3:05:39]
[IN Q=There are facts]

((SEN. GEORGE ALLEN: THERE ARE FACTS WERE GIVEN TO ME IN A TOP SECRET BRIEFING ABOUT ALL OF THIS AND ITS BEST I DON'T COMMENT ON IT, NOTHING HAS BEEN RULED OUT.))
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[OUT Q=has been ruled out]
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Allen went on to say he believes there will be more anthrax attacks in the future... but he says Americans should con

tinue with their everyday lives.[Boty-Ax]


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Speed and alcohol are believed to have contributed to a single car accident that killed a Roanoke man yesterday. Police say 38-year-old Timothy Houston Foutz lost control of his car on Reservoir Road in Botetourt County around 2 in the afternoon. Officials believe the man ran off the side of the road in a curve then overcorrected. He then apparently flipped over the right hand side of the road where there was a 6 foot drop. Authorities say he was not wearing a seat belt and was partially ejected from the T-Top on the car.

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Another fatal accident last night- this one in Floyd County. Police say 28-year-old Steven Shaever of Copper Hill lost control of his pickup on Route 610 - The vehicle overturned and Shaever was ejected from it. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

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[BOTH MICS HOT] Recent events have some people 'spooked' about taking their kids door-to-door

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Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning,
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We'll tell you how to not get tricked while hunting for treats!
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... An Arab television network says nine people, including three children, are dead after an American bomb hit civilian homes...
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And Virginia's gubernatorial candidates take a different path along the campaign trail.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[Attack]


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An Arab television network says American bombs have hit civilian homes for the fourth time in eight days.
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[SUPER=03-Kabul, Afghanistan]

The Arab network Al-Jazeera broadcast images earlier today of what it said was another home in the Afghan capital hit by an American warplane. The pictures showed people digging in the rubble of a destroyed house in the north-east suburb of (Mak-ROAR-IAN) Makroryan. Several bodies were taken from the rubble - including at least three children. The Qatar-based network claims that nine people were killed and one seriously injured... and that this is the fourth time American warplanes hit civilian homes in the region.
U-S officials believe (Mak-ROAR-IAN) Makroryan is the main defense base of Taliban forces in Kabul.
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Though statistics show most Americans support the attacks on Afghanistan, hundreds gathered in New York and L.A. yesterday to voice their opposition.
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Times Square was one of many sites across the country where anti-war protests took place.
Hundreds of people turned out, saying that the U-S led bombings of Afghanistan were fighting terrorism with terrorism.
[SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA;]


In Los Angeles, hundreds of protesters called for a stop to the war.
They marched through downtown, stopping at the federal building.
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[Festival]


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There's nothing like the 'good 'ol days'...
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....and many were out to prove it yesterday at the 28th annual Blue Ridge Folklife Festival in Ferrum.
The event celebrates the folk traditions of the region through music, demonstrations, and authentic food.
Although, the weather may have been chilly, the event still attracted more than 20-thousand people.
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[SOT 11:15:13]
[IN Q=I'm pretty prepared]

((KIM GREENBERG/DOUG GREENBERG: I'M PRETTY PREPARED. I WASN'T PREPARED FOR THE SNOW. A LITTLE UNDERPREPARED, THE GLOVES WOULD HAVE BEEN A NICE TOUCH. WE THOUGHT ITS GOING TO BE COLD, THE WIND IS NOT HELPING BUT STILL HAVING FUN.)) [NAT SOUND OF RALPH STANLEY]
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[SUPER=01-Doug Greenberg; :06 (HOT CHANGE)]
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[OUT Q=play the game.]
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This year's festival featured popular bluegrass musician Ralph Stanley.
Last year, the Library of Congress awarded Stanley the "Living Legend" medal.
Stanley was born in the Clinch Mountains of Southwest Virginia.
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[Warner-Earley]


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This weekend's temperatures aren't cooling down the Governor's race. Both Mark Warner and Mark Earley made campaign appearances at the Blue Ridge Folklife festival. But Justin McLeod says it was "NOT" politics as usual.
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((((NAT SOUND OF A SPEECH))
Here is something you don't see everyday.
Candidates who speak without a large stage or a loud microphone.
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[IN Q=It was great to be out here]

((MARK EARLEY: IT WAS GREAT TO BE OUT HERE WITH GEORGE ALLEN AND VIRGIL GOODE AND TO TALK TO THE PEOPLE OUT HERE.)) ((MARK WARNER: I THINK THE CHANCE TO MEET SOMEBODY AND TO LOOK THEM EYE TO EYE AND ASK FOR THEIR VOTE IS TERRIBLY IMPORTANT.))
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[OUT Q=is terribly important.]


And the way to do it is to bring the campaign back to the basics.
To accomplish that, festival organizers provided the stump.
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[IN Q=The rules of the stump speech]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE RULES OF THE STUMP SPEECH ARE SIMPLE, NO CAMPAIGN BUTTONS, FLIERS, OR POSTERS, JUST THE STUMP AND THE CANDIDATE. AFTER ALL, ITS ALL ABOUT TAKING THEIR MESSAGE STRAIGHT TO THE PEOPLE.))
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[OUT Q=straight to the people]

((NAT SOUND OF CANDIDATE SHAKING HANDS))
Each candidate got fifteen minutes.
Mark Warner went first.
His main topic continues to be the economy especially in southwest and southside Virginia.
[SOT 11:12:33]
[IN Q=If we let this part of the state]

((MARK WARNER: IF WE LET THIS PART OF THE STATE CONTINUE TO FALL BEHIND, WE CAN'T MAKE IT IN VIRGINIA.))
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[OUT Q=make it in Virginia]


If he's elected governor, Warner promises an economic SWAT team and other state assistance to help workers adjust to changing times. ((NAT SOUND OF EARLEY TALKING ON STUMP))
When Mark Earley took the stump, he too talked about the area's economy and his plans to save it.
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[IN Q=For any company]

((MARK EARLEY: FOR ANY COMPANY THAT MOVES INTO SOUTHSIDE OR SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA AND CREATES 50 OR MORE JOBS, THEY WON'T PAY ANY CORPORATE INCOME TAXES FOR FIVE YEARS.))
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[OUT Q=for give years]


With a little over a week until the election, you can expect to hear and see more of the candidates in person and in TV ads.
You just won't hear or see them quite like this, on a tree stump.

Justin McLeod, News 7, Franklin County.))[Tease#2]



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[BOTH MICS HOT]
If you still can't decide what to be for Halloween.. or you're just waiting till the last minute, we've got help.
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Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning,
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We'll show you what's hot and what's not in the Halloween fashion world this year...
But first if you are traveling today........ [Leo ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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[Movie-Wrapup]


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A haunted house and an alien... appropriate subjects for two movies that are making their debut on the weekend before Halloween.
K-PAX and 13 Ghosts are the focus of this week's Movie Wrap-Up.
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[IN Q=You think I'm crazy]
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[OUT Q=close enough to hurt you. Go! Go! Go!]
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[SOT 2:37:34 - :44]

((KEVIN SPACEY: YOU THINK I'M CRAZY. ..... OF YOUR LIGHT YEARS AWAY FROM HERE.))
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In K-PAX, Kevin Spacey stars as Prot, a mysterious patient at a mental hospital, who claims to be from a distant planet called K-PAX.
Prot is being treated by psychiatrist Mark Powell, played by Jeff Bridges.
At first, the doctor believes his patient is delusional, but Prot's uncanny abilities begin to test his beliefs.
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[SOT 2:38:19 - :37]

((LET'S START WITH YOUR PLANET...DIAGRAM ORBIT... HOW COULD YOU KNOW THIS?))
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((HE CAN DETECT LIGHT. (BARKING)..... DON'T SNEAK UP ON HER ANYMORE. NO WAY.))
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In the horror film 13 Ghosts, a family inherits a bizzarre house from an eccentric rich uncle.
Though at first it seems like a modern dream home, it quickly becomes a living nightmare.
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[SOT 15:43:56 - 15:44:05]

((YOUR UNCLE WAS QUITE A COLLECTOR OF MANY THINGS.... GIRL SCREAMING.))
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The house seals, trapping the family inside.
They have to fight to stay alive against angry phantoms they can only see with special glasses.
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[SOT 15:44:34 - :43]

((MAGGIE... WHAT? WE'VE GOT COMPANY.... HOW CLOSE IS IT? CLOSE ENOUGH TO HURT YOU. GO! GO! GO!))
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Some area teachers weren't just hammering away at books yesterday...
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18 teachers from Fairview Elementary School in Roanoke helped build a Habitat for Humanity House.
The house is located next to the school and is part of the "Women Building a Legacy" program.
Teachers say the goal is to show students there is more to learn outside the classroom.
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[SOT 14:32:05]
[IN Q=Thats been one of our goals]

((JUDY BERRY/ TEACHER: THAT'S BEEN ONE OF OUR GOALS THIS YEAR TO GET MORE INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY AND GET THE COMMUNITY MORE INVOLVED WITH OUR SCHOOL. THIS IS ONE OF OUR BIG PROJECTS AND JUST WORKING TOGETHER, IT BUILDS THOSE SKILLS THAT WE ALSO USE AT SCHOOL WORKING TOGETHER AS A STAFF.))
[SUPER=01-Judy Berry/Teacher]
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[OUT Q=together as a staff]
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The women chose to work yesterday because this is "Make a Difference Day."
Similar community events like this one were held throughout our region. (------------)