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Today on News 7, another person is fighting for her life after contracting a form of anthrax.
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and we will meet a local man who may have been exposed to the bacteria. He's on Cipro, but that's causing a different problem.
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Really warm and really dry. The local weather headlines don't seem to change much day to day. We'll check the tropics instead.

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Many parents are 'spooked' about Halloween in light of recent events...
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on Health Check, we will look at ways to keep all the little ghosts and goblins safe.
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((TOM RIDGE: ALL WE ARE SAYING WITH THE GENERAL ALERT IS TO CONTINUE TO LIVE YOUR LIVES, CONTINUE TO BE AMEIRCA.. BUT BE AWARE, BE ALERT, BE ON GUARD.))
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A warning from the nation's homeland security director. while yet another case of anthrax is confirmed- this one in New York City.
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A New York city hospital worker is diagnosed with the more serious inhalation anthrax...
and today more anthrax bacteria is found in more locations.
Gretchen Carlson is live in New York... where the world series is set to begin.. but it seems to be overshadowed by the latest anthrax scares.
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On game day in New York City, Yankee fans are doing everything they can to put on a game face. Just 7 weeks after the terrorist attacks, New Yorkers hope a World Series win could help lift the citys spirits. Yankee Fan
But it wont be easy. The Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital has now been shut down, after a 61-year-old woman who works in the supply room there, was diagnosed with inhalation anthrax. While the woman fights for her life, investigators are trying to figure out how she contracted the deadly bacteria, and other employees are worried. Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Employee Its scary, its scary. You look very emotional? Im in this field you know, its not easy, to take everything. In New Jersey, a woman who picks up her mail at the Hamilton Township post office, has also been diagnosed with the skin form of anthrax. She works in the same building as New Jersey Representative Chris Smith, and now his office is also being examined. In Florida, a cleanup crew is decontaminating Palm Beach Countys main mail processing facility while it stays open but in Washington two more postal facilities have been closed after anthrax spores were discovered. Terri Young - D.C. Postal Worker Its very upsetting to me. I just dont think the working environment is safe anymore. Gretchen Carlson Reporting And now word that the anthrax-tainted letter sent to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle contained 2 grams of anthrax amounting to 2 billion spores. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, New York. Now back to you.

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The Anthrax crisis could cost the postal service billions of dollars... and it'll ask Congress for more money to help.
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Potter says the 175 million the president made available will help the postal service get started.. but he says it's not enough.
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((POSTMASTER GENERAL JOHN POTTER: IT COULD BE SEVERAL BILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF IMPACT. IN ADDITION TO THAT WE HAVE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH MASKS, GLOVES, AND OTHER OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES THAT ARE JUST GOING TO CHANGE THE WAY WE DO BUSINESS.))
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Potter spoke to a Senate committee today. He says everyting was done to ensure the safety of postal workers but authorities just did not know enough about anthrax.
Some disagree though.. Civil rights groups rallied outside the Brentwood facility today.
Two washington DC postal workers died from Anthrax.
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A Lynchburg man and his two sons are among the hundreds of Americans who are taking antibiotics because they may have been exposed to anthrax.
Steve Smallshaw has their story.
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Tim Spencer makes his living hauling newspapers and mail between Lynchburg and Washington, D.C... on occasion he'll take one or two of his four sons on the trip with him.
Eleven days ago, Spencer and two of his boys were inside the Brentwood postal facility in Washington.. the next day it was closed due to anthrax.
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((TIM SPENCER/POSSIBLE ANTHRAX VICTIM: WE WEREN'T NECESSARILY IN THE PROCESSING AREA WHERE THE MAIL WAS BUT WE WERE AT THE DOCK AREA AND WE WERE INSIDE THE BUILDING. AND IF WHAT THEY HAD SAID WAS TRUE ON THE NEWS, IT WAS ENOUGH FOR ME TO MAYBE CALL THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND FIND OUT TO SEE WHAT I SHOULD DO.))
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After several calls, the Spencers were given a prescription for the antibiotic Cipro.
The problem is Spencer is self-employed, and his new health insurance hasn't kicked in yet.
So while the government doles out Cipro to its employees free of charge, Spencer is paying for his own.
At more than a hundred dollars a bottle, that's a hard pill to swallow.
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((SPENCER: I KIND OF WONDER IF THE REASON THEY DIDN'T ASK FOR ME TO BE TESTED OR FOR MY CHILDREN TO BE TESTED IS THEY JUST WANTED US TO GO ON THE ANTIBIOTIC AND THEN THEY WOULDN'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT CALLING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND SAYING 'NOW THERE'S A CASE IN LYNCHBURG'.))
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Spencer says he and his sons will probably take a blood test in the next few days to see if they need another 60 days of medicine.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

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The nation is still on the highest level of alert with the administration warning that another terrorist attack could come soon. This as the bombing continues in Afghanistan.
Aleen Sirgany reports from Washington.
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((HOMELAND SECURITY DIRECTOR TOM RIDGE SAYS THE LATEST TERROR ALERT IS DIRECTLY RELATED TO OSAMA BIN LADEN AND HIS AL-QAIDA NETWORK.

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we believe the united states could be attacked this week
RIDGE SAYS THE LATEST ALERT IS BASED ON QUOTE "CREDIBLE INFORMATION", SUGGESTING THE U-S NEEDS TO BE PREPARED FOR ANYTHING.

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The decibel level was louder and there were more sources.
THE ALERT ISNT SLOWING DOWN U-S STRIKES IN AFGHANISTAN. THE PENTAGON SAYS MOST OF THE RECENT TARGETS WERE ON THE TALIBANS FRONT LINE NORTH OF KABUL. THE PENTAGON SAYS U-S GROUND TROOPS ARE THERE BUT WONT GIVE SPECIFICS.

(SOT)DONALD RUMSFELD/DEFENSE SECRETARY

``They are uniformed military personnel who are assisting with resupply, assisting with communications, liaison, assisting with targeting, and providing the kind of very specific information which is helpful to the air effort,
AS THE WAR CONTINUES, PRESIDENT BUSH, VISITING A MARYLAND HIGH SCHOOL TODAY, SIGNED AN INITIATIVE ENCOURAGING SHOOLS TO INVITE WAR VETERANS TO HELP EXPLAIN THE PRICE OF DEFENDING DEMOCRACY.

(SOT)BUSH

This is a war we must win, for your generation and generations to come.

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AS THE NATION CONTINUES ON HIGHEST ALERT, THE WHITE HOUSE IS ONCE AGAIN SEPARATING THE PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT. DICK CHENEY IS BEING KEPT IN A SECURE AND SECRET LOCATION TO PRESERVE THE LINE OF SUCESSION IN CASE OF AN ATTACK ON PRESIDENT BUSH. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON))

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Local authorities are also on heightened alert for possible terrorist attacks.
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County police in Roanoke and other parts of the valley say extra officers are patrolling neighborhoods, water treatment plants and other public utilities.
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((CHIEF RAY LAVINDER/ROANOKE CO.: WELL, OBVIOUSLY WE'RE CONCERNED BUT WE DON'T REALLY HAVE ANY SPECIFICS AT THIS TIME, SO WE'RE JUST INCREASING OUR PATROLS HAVING OFFICERS ON THE STREET, SPEND MORE TIME IN THE NEIGHBORHOODS WATCHING SOME OF OUR MAJOR FACILITIES, UTILITIES, THINGS LIKE THAT. ))
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Valley View Mall says it won't let the warning curtail its Halloween festivities.
The mall has a day of trick or treating and hayrides planned, as well as special one-day sales to lure customers.


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((LOUISE DUDLEY: WE WANT TO MAKE IT A FUN EVENT FOR THE KIDS BUT WE WILL HAVE SECURITY TO BE ALERT TO ANY SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITIES. ))
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The mall has hired extra security officers for the day.
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It's all in the family.. after more than two decades, a Ford is actually in charge of the car company
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[VO] and we'll tell you safe ways to help your kids get treats instead of tricks this Halloween.
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Despite the national terrorist concerns -- local authorities say they have no plans to alter the Halloween celebrations.
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But police officers are offering a little more guidance to parents this year. Health Check reporter Joy Sutton joins us with more.
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That's right Jean, Authorities say there is no reason for alarm on Halloween night.
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But they are encouraging parents to take children to churches, synagogues or to other supervised environments.
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Parents should tell their children not to accept any candy that's isn't commercially wrapped.
And adults should inspect all goodies in a well-lit area.
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But concern over candy --is only one of many safety concerns that parents should be on-the look out for.
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Officials say they hope this will be another safe and fun holiday for all children.
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Valley View Mall is one place that will offer trick-or-treating from 6 to 8pm. Tanglewood Mall will not give out candy this year --but will have games and other activities.
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Jean, The important thing is just for parents not be alarmed but just cautious.

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The Ford Motor Company has a new C-E-O. For the first time since 1979, a Ford family member will be in charge of the automaker.
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William Clay Ford Junior is taking over for Jacques Nasser who is stepping down.
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Nasser's fate became the subject of speculation after Ford was plagued by eroding sales, questions about vehicle quality and the ongoing Firestone tire problems.

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US Airways says the economic slump and the terrorist attacks are to blame for a third quarter loss of 766 million dollars.
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As part of a restructuring plan, the company says its reduced capacity by 23 percent, its workforce by 11 thousand, and is continuing its efforts to raise federal funds.
US Airways posted a third of its losses since September 11.
That's 309 million dollars in about 20 days.
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The man known around the basketball world as Air Jordan takes flight again tonight.
Michael Jordan is coming out of retirement for a second time. This time his team is different, but he is beginning the season in a very familiar place. Drew Levinson reports from New York.
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(((NATSOUND JORDAN COMING IN MADISON SQ. GARDEN)
For Michael Jordan, coming back to New York's Madison Square Garden has a familiar feeling. If his native North Carolina--where he won a college championship is home....and Chicago where he won six NBA titles is his adopted home--then New York is his home away form home.

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It's here where some of Jordan's most memorable moments were made against the Knicks...so it is only appropriate he make his retrun here on basketball's grandest stage.

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"I LOVE PLAYING HERE, YOU KNOW IT IS THE MECCA OF BASKETBALL, SO OBVIOUSLY IF I AM GOING TO MAKE A COMEBACK THIS IS PROBABLY THE BEST PLACE TO TRY TO DO IT."
Jordan comes back to basketball after retiring--playing baseball--coming back--retiring again and then working as the Wizards's president of basketball operations.

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But now the 38, soon to be 39-year old is playing for what he calls the love of the game. Jordan was asked if anticipating coming back is like waiting for Christmas.

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"IT DEPENDS IF YOU WERE NAUGHTY OR NICE THAT'S WHAT YOU SHOULD BE EXPECTING AT CHRISTMAS. ACTUALLY TRYING TO GET MYSELF OFF TO A GOOD START AND AS A TEAM WE ARE TRYING TO DO THE SAME."
Jordan--who says he is still working himself back into shape had a good preseason. He was one of the top scorers in the league averaging nearly 22 points a game...not bad for man out of the game for three years
STANDUP: TO COME....DREW LEVINSON))

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Coming up today following Weather, a lack of consumer confidence pushes the stock markets lower,
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and Steve Mason will join us with more sports, as the Virginia Tech Hokies try to rebound from last weekends loss to Syracuse.
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Today in Sports, the Roanoke Express proves life can be fun, even when it's a drag,
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[VO] and some local companies are helping underprivileged families 'tap' into the information highway. We'll have details a little later on News 7 at 5.
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On Wall Street today, stocks sank for the second straight day as the weakest consumer confidence report in more than seven years weighed on the market.
Alexis Christoforous has more in our Marketwatch report.
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Welcome everyone to your Tuesday Ticker.
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The unpredictable Pitt Panthers are next up for Virginia Tech. Mike Stevens checks the pulse of the Hokies and today's conditions in Blacksburg.
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It's super Tuesday in New York and part of the big time festivities is game three of the world series is tonight at Yankee Stadium. The Diamondbacks lead the Bronx Bombers two games to none and will go with pitcher Brian Anderson against the Yankees Roger Clemens.
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The Roanoke Express does not play again until this Friday night.
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Last night the team decided to let loose a little at Salem's Lee-Hi Lanes. Players came out to compete on the lanes in full holloween gear. Coach Perry Florio dressed up as a jockey and his horse was assistant coach Mark Bernard. More on the Express outing at six, that's it for the ticker, see at six everybody.
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Getting together to get others connected...
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That's what Cox Communications and Total Action Against Poverty are doing for low-income families.
They've opened a Technology Center which provides computer training and Internet access to Roanoke's underprivileged.
The Center will be open six days a week, and free one-year renewable memberships are available to qualifying individuals and their families.
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((CARL CUMMINGS: I THINK THIS IS A GOOD PROGRAM ESPECIALLY FOR THE YOUNG KINDS. IT NOT ONLY HELPS THEM WITH THEIR HOMEWORK, IT GIVES THEM SOMETHING TO DO AND IT PREPARES THEM FOR THE FUTURE CAUSE COMPUTERS ARE GOING TO BE HERE TO STAY.))


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Cox supplied the computers, TAP donated the office space, and Intelos furnished the Internet connection at the Campbell Avenue facility.
There are several other facilities like this one across the state.
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