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Coming up on News 7 at 5, the state Supreme Court says burning a cross is a protected form of free speech.
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And authorities say they have a clue to the source of the anthrax that infected a New Jersey woman. [Weather-Head]
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It may be a beautiful weekend here in Southwest Virginia, but things are becoming active in the tropics, stay tuned as we visit Hurricane Michelle,details ahead.

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Also today, we will have the NASCAR qualifying results from Rockingham.
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And we will tell you how you can get help to avoid the Holiday blues.
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The West Coast remains on high alert .... after posisble threats.
And a new clue in the mystery of a New Jersey woman with anthrax- She did not work at the post office, but tonight authorities say traces of anthrax were found in a mailbox in her office.
Jim Acosta is following the story and joins us live from Washington with more.
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(( ANTHRAX INVESTIGATORS MAY HAVE SOLVED THE MYSTERY OVER HOW A NEW JERSEY WOMAN WHO DOESN'T WORK FOR THE POSTAL SERVICE CONTRACTED THE SKIN FORM OF THE DISEASE. THEY'VE FOUND TRACES OF ANTHRAX IN HER OFFICE MAILBOX. MEANWHILE IN NEW YORK -- A THIRD EMPLOYEE AT THE NEW YORK POST TESTED POSITIVE FOR SKIN ANTHRAX. AND OFFICIALS WARN THE BACTERIA COULD MAKE MORE AMERICANS SICK. Tommy Thompson, Health and Human Services Secretary or Rudy Giuliani NEW POSITIVE TEST RESULTS FOR ANTHRAX ARE ALSO SURFACING OUTSIDE THE U-S -- IN PAKISTAN AND INDIA. OTHER WORRIES ABOUT TERRORISM LIE ON AMERICA'S WEST COAST -- AFTER CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR GRAY DAVIS WARNED BRIDGES THERE COULD BE TARGETED FOR RUSH-HOUR ATTACKS. TODAY PRESIDENT BUSH INDICATED SUPPORT FOR DAVIS' DECISION TO PUT THE PUBLIC ON ALERT.
Bush: As a former governor, I didn't particularly care when the federal government tried to tell me how to do my business. And I think any governor should be able to conduct their business the way they see fit.
MR. BUSH ALSO CAUTIONED THE BATTLE IN AFGHANISTAN IS "NOT AN INSTANT GRATIFICATION WAR". AND HE PROMISED TO CONTINUE AIR STRIKES DURING THE RAMADAN HOLY PERIOD. TODAY B-52 BOMBERS UNLEASHED THEIR HEAVIEST ATTACKS TO DATE ON TALIBAN TARGETS NORTH OF THE AFGHAN CAPITOL.))

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The Supreme Court is open again...
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The building was closed last week after a trace of Anthrax was found in the basement mailroom and in a mail sorting building off site.
The building was de-contaminated and employees returned to work today.
The Justices had picked up and moved to another courthourse...
While the building is open to Justices and employees, it is still closed to the public.
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Meanwhile the Virginia Supreme Court says burning a cross is a protected form of free speech.
In doing so, it overturned the conviction of a Pennsylvania man who set fire to a cross in Carroll County.
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Barry Black was convicted for his actions at a Ku Klux Klan rally in 1999. But the American Civil Liberties Union says the ban on cross burning violates free speech and it took the case to Virginia's highest court.
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In a four to three vote today, the justices threw out Black's conviction.
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One justice wrote that people have the right to use symbols to communicate, such as waving a flag patriotically or burning it in protest.
Virginia's Attorney General says he will appeal the decision to the U-S Supreme Court.

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Even though the campaigning stopped briefly after the September 11th attacks, Virginia will set new campaign spending records this year.
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And though he's his own biggest donor -- at 4-point-7 million dollars -- multimillionaire Mark Warner's personal fortune is NOT the reason.
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Warner has a record donor base of more than 15 thousand people, corporations, and political committees.
Mark Earley's biggest individual donor is the Republican National Committee -- headed up by Governor Jim Gilmore -- which has given him 3-point-3 million dollars.
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Coming up after this break, Joy Sutton will have information on how to avoid depression during the holidays,
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[VO] and we'll hear what Microsoft Founder Bill Gates thinks about the end of the anti-trust suit against his company.
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A landmark settlement in the Microsoft Anti-trust case.
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It calls for independent monitoring of Microsoft for at least five years.
Microsoft would also have to help rivals make products that fit with its dominant Windows software.
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The Justice Department and Microsoft are asking a federal judge to approve the settlement.
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Hollins University is seeing the world through the eyes of a Muslim artist.
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The exhibit is a collection of Islamic art by Sylvat (Sil-Vatt) Aziz.
Though Hollins is pleased with the increased cultural awareness students now have from viewing the art, the exhibit was not a result of the September 11th attack.
In fact, the exhibition was set nearly two years ago.
It's called "The Monkey's Wedding." Each piece has a monkey in it somewhere.
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Aziz is from Pakistan, though she now resides in Canada.
She believes that if a women chooses to wear a veil, it can be a very empowering religious experience.
But if she is forced to wear one, it becomes a cage... and cage images are prevalent in her work.
The exhibit will run through this weekend at Hollins.
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The holidays are supposed to be a joyous occasion --but for some people who've lost loved ones they can be a painful time.
Tonight Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with a grief counselor to tells us ways to cope this holiday season.
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Jean, With Thanksgiving only three weeks away --many families --especially those impacted by the September 11 attacks will be feeling the loss of a family member.
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I am joined by Larry Sprouse he's a counselor who helps family make it through these difficult times.
Joy Interviews Sprouse.

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Carilon Hospice Services will be holding a grief seminar on Nov. 6th from 6 to 8:30 pm. It will be held at Roanoke Memorial Hospital in the Rehabilitation Center Auditorium. For more information you can call 224-4753. It's free and open to the public.



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Coming up next on News 7 at 5, Jacey Birch will show us a fun place where children can have fun while they learn.


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A big purple bus complete with two rooms for kids to go 'creatively' crazy has stopped in Roanoke for the next two weeks.
The Kaleidoscope center is set up in the Tanglewood Mall parking lot.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Mike Stevens will have the NASCAR qualifying results and we will meet the latest person thrown off of Survivor.
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On Wall Street today, investors seem to be wagering the economy won't get much worse and that business may even improve next year.
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Welcome everybody to your Friday ticker. It seems like five years ago when the Winston Cup cars were last at Rockingham.
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Back in February, the Rock was the first stop for the circuit after the death of Dale Earnhardt. Ironically, the man who won the race was one of Earnhardt's employees, Steve Park, in the Pennzoil Chevy.
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Today, that same Pennzoil Chevy out of the Dale Earnhardt Incorporated race shops won the pole for Sunday's Pop Secret 400. Kenny Wallace is driving the car now as Park recovers from a head injury. His speed was 154 point 689 miles an hour. Here's the grid. [GO TO CHYRON MOTION]
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It's a day off for the world series and I think we all need a break after the last two nights. The Yankees have made us all believers in the mystique of Yankee Stadium and at the same time destroyed 22 year old closer Byung Hyun Kim, who has now given up three homers in two relief appearances. D-backs manager Bob Brenly says he never hesitated to put Kim in the game last night.
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Game six is Saturday night back in Arizona.

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And folks don't forget that the Virginia Cavaliers are right here on WDBJ-7 this weekend. Tomorrow you can catch the Cavs and Wake Forest at Noon right before LSU takes on Alabama.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 6999] Sunday the Steelers and the Redskins play on WDBJ-7 in separate games. Catch PIttsburgh and Baltimore at one, the Skins and Seattle at four. Steve Mason will have your college game day information at the top of the hour. I'll see you tonight folks for week 10 of Friday Football Extra.
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It was an age old battle last night on Survivor. A 44 year old College Career Counselor from Massachusetts became the lastest victim of the Samburu Generation Gap. Teri Okita has more.
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(( SHOW: Linda: Rise and shine. Its a beautiful day. (:04)
TRACK: THE DAY DIDNT END QUITE AS NICE AS IT STARTED FOR LINDA SPENCER. IN A VOTE ALONG PARTY LINES THE PARTIES BEING YOUNG VERSUS OLD LINDA GOT THE BOOT.
SHOW: Jeff: Linda, the tribe has spoken. (:06)
TRACK: THE AGE ALLIANCE EVOLVED AFTER THE FIRST FEW DAYS, AND LINDA WAS SURPRISED BY THE DIVISIVENESS.

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SOT: Linda: There were moments that were so tense, particularly the

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SHOW: (20:13:33) Ive been dying to be on this team. Let me on the team.
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TRACK: SHES ALSO SURPRISED BY BRANDONS COMMENT ABOUT HER TWO PERSONALITIES ONE DEMURE. ONE CRAZY.
Thank you!

SOT: Linda: I dont totally agree with him. I mean, I went out there

what you see is what you get. (:03)
TRACK: THERE ISNT MUCH LINDA WOULD CHANGE ABOUT HER 12-DAYS IN AFRICA. SHE SAYS SHE WENT OUT THERE TO HAVE AN INTERESTING, CHALLENGING EXPERIENCE NOT TO WIN A MILLION. HER ADVICE TO TEAMMATES WHEN SHE LEFT WAS, PLAY NICELY.

SOT: Linda: Fat chance, probably. Fat chance. But if they want to go

far, they better start being a little nicer to each other. (:05)

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STANDUP: So, whats next for the mountain climber from Boston? The married, mother of two would like to be a motivational speaker, and also, raise money for a healthcare clinic in Africa. Teri Okita, CBS News, New York.))
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