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Today on News 7, a local county experiences it worst year ever for fatal automoblie accidents. We'll have details.

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Also will tighter security at the post office mean you will have to pay more to send your mail. [Weather-Head]


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A dry cool front will slide through tonight, leaving us cooler for the weekend.


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Also today, local authorities issue a warning as a gas station accidently sells gasoline mixed in its kerosene.
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and an attempted robbery is thwarted at a Roanoke drug store.
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The Postmaster General says the September 11th attacks and anthrax mailings.. cost the postal service billions...

but will that affect the price of postage?
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((JOHN POTTER/POSTMASTER GENERAL: POSTAL CUSTOMERS SHOULD NOT BE BURDENED BY EXTRA COSTS OF TERORISTM THROUGH THE COST OF POSTAGE. THIS COULD QUICKLY THREATEN THE FOUNDATION OF A UNIVERSAL POSTAL SYSTEM SERVING ALL AMERICANS.))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Good Evening.
So the Postmaster general is asking the Senate for cash- money to replace lost revenue and to buy mail sanitizing equipment.
President Bush is in Atlanta tonight.. where he'll speak to Americans.... IT's expected to be a pep talk of sorts.
Aleen Sirgany has the latest from Washington- live from Washington.
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[SUPER=01-John Ashcroft/U.S. Attorney General;]
[SUPER=01-Gen. Tommy Franks/U.S. Central Command;]
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(( NEARLY TWO MONTHS AFTER SEPTEMBER 11TH , PRESIDENT BUSH IS HEADING TO ATLANTA TO DELIVER A MESSAGE TO THE COUNTRY.
IN A SPEECH TO THOUSANDS OF FIREFIGHTERS, POLICE OFFICERS AND POSTAL WORKERS, THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS THE PRESIDENT WILL OUTLINE STEPS TAKEN TO KEEP AMERICA SAFE ..AND TALK ABOUT "HOW LIFE BOTH CHANGES AND GOES ON."
Condoleezza Rice/National Security Advisor
(...be vigilant)

AND THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT IS BEING VIGILANT AS THE NATION REMAINS ON HIGH ALERT. ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT ANNOUNCED TODAY WHAT HE CALLS A "WARTIME" REORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT. THIS INCLUDES TRANSFERING 10 PERCENT OF ALL EMPLOYEES OUT OF WASHINGTON. John Ashcroft/Attorney General: The war on terrorism will not be fought in Washington, but in the field, by agents, prosecutors, investigators, and analysts.) ANALYZING PROGRESS ON THE MILITARY FRONT, THE MAN IN CHARGE OF THE U-S STRIKES .. GENERAL TOMMY FRANKS SAYS THERE IS A LOT OF GUNFIRE EXCHANGE IN MAZAR-E-SHARIF. RIGHT NOW THIS IS TALIBAN TERRITORY BUT THE U-S. IS HOPING THE AIR CAMPAIGN IS HELPING ANTI-TALIBAN FORCES TAKE CONTROL OF THE AREA. Gen Tommy Franks/U.S. Central Command. We're interested in it because it provides a landbridge, which provides us a humanitarian pathway to move supplies.)

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In Afghanistan, the American bombing appears to be helping the Northern Alliance- It's moving toward a crucial taliban stronghold. Kimberly Dozier reports.
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[SUPER=01-Musharraf Paris/Pakistan President; :55]
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((American forces kept up the aerial barrage inside Afghanistan from north to south.
Near the strategic city of Mazar e Sharif, anti-Taliban forces started the ground offensive Washington has been waiting for.
Victory is far from certain - the weather is closing in, and the lightly-armed Alliance is in some cases, using cavalry charges on horseback, to face Taliban tank armor. But Pentagon officials say the Alliance is making slow progress.
In other welcome news for the US coalition, Pakistan followed its shutdown of the Taliban ambassador's daily briefings here...by closing the Taliban's Karachi consulate - it's part of the diplomatic squeeze requested by U.S. officials.
But there's a price for Pakistan's compliance - on his way to a UN briefing in New York, Pakistan's president said he'd ask President Bush to halt the bombing during the holy Muslim month of Ramadan.

(SOT Musharraf Paris)

'The continuation of the operation during the month of Ramadan will have its negative fallout in the entire Muslim world .'

(Afghan civilian/damage/hospitals)

The campaign is being perceived as an attack on poor, innocent Afghan people, he said, even though he said that's not what's actually happening.

(on camera) President Musharraf's words may be unwelcome in Washington -

but it's just the message needed to silence those here, who've accused him of doing America's bidding.
By establishing himself as his own man, diplomats here say, President Musharraf safeguards his rule, and thereby, the lynchpin in Washington's coalition against the Taliban.
KD, CBS News, Islamabad))

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A three-car pileup on Route 220 today- It resulted in Franklin County's 21st traffic fatality of the year...
That's the highest number of fatal car wrecks the county has EVER had...
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Marya Jones was there and has more now on the accident and what the county is doing to combat this growing problem.
Jean, it's a record no one there wanted to break.
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Franklin County ranks SEVENTH in the state for fatal crashes.
But what makes it unique is that it's the only RURAL area in the top eight to experience so many of them.
That places Franklin County in the company of Richmond, Norfolk and Fairfax County.
Officials are puzzled over why this is happening so much in a large county with such a small population.
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(( Franklin County's 21st fatal accident happened just before 9 this morning.
State police say 70-year-old Flossie Holland pulled onto 220 off of state route 635... right into the path of another car.
The man in THAT car swerved to avoid her...
Both cars flew across the median into oncoming traffic... striking a van head-on.
75-year-old Posey Holland died in the passenger seat.
He was not wearing a seat belt.
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((SGT. BOBBY RATLIFF/VA. STATE POLICE: POSSIBLY IF THE PERSON HAD BEEN WEARING HIS SEATBELT AT THE TIME, HE WOULD STILL BE LIVING RIGHT NOW.))
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His wife, Flossie Holland, was airlifted to Roanoke Memorial with critical injuries.
Stephen Yopp -- driver of the minivan she struck -- was airlifted with her. State police say he wasn't wearing a seat belt either.))
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The State Department of Motor Vehicles says that passengers in two-thirds of the fatal car crashes in Franklin County were NOT wearing seat belts. [TOSS ACROSS THE SET]
Coming up on News-7 at 6, we'll take a look at some of the factors involved in the county's many fatal accidents.



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A man who allegedly tried to rob a Grandin Road pharmacy was apparently hoping to steal pain killers.
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Police say 39-year-old David Cheatham entered CVS pharmacy with a crowbar and a shirt over his face and said "I want Lortabs."
He then raised the crowbar as if to strike an employee.
But before he could, a pharmacist and a customer grabbed the weapon, and used packaging tape to restrain him until police arrived.
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Employees say Cheatham was a regular customer who always seemed quiet and subdued.
He was charged with attempted robbery and assault.

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A potential safety hazard to tell you about in Lynchburg.
The Assistant Fire Marshal says the supplier of Miller's Mini Market on Park Avenue accidentally added gasoline to the kerosene tank.
Officials say only a few customers bought kerosene before the mistake was discovered.
If you bought kerosene from that market, you are urged to call the Fire Marshal's Office.
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Still to come on the newscast, we'll see how a local company is trying to reach out to employees with disabilities,
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[VO] and we'll tell you why at least one group has a BIG problem with Gwenyth Paltrow's new movie.
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An experienced Drug Enforcement Agent testified today saying he did not authorize former D-E-A informant Mike Fulcher to conduct drug activity in prison.
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Agent Don Lincoln said he COULDN'T have authorized criminal activity... didn't HAVE the authority and didn't SEEK such authority. Nonetheless, Fulcher's lawyers say Fulcher's past experience with Lincoln and other law enforcement agents led Fulcher to believe there was implied ratification of his actions.
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((EVERY UNIMPEACHABLE PIECE OF EVIDENCE AGAINST MR. FULCHER AND HIS MOTHER CAME FROM MR. FULCHER AND HIS MOTHER, AND THEY VOLUNTARILY TURNED IT OVER. EITHER THEY REALLY WANTED TO GO TO JAIL REAL BAD, OR HE WAS WORKING THIS CASE WITH THE INTENTION THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATE.))
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Two years ago Fulcher was found by a federal jury to be the head of a drug and money- laundering scheme at Bland Prison. He remains in prison on state charges while the judge decides whether to grant Fulcher, his mother and ex-wife a new trial.
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Finding a job --isn't always easy for a person with a disability. Overcoming discrimination is often the biggest challenge.
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Tonight Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton introduce to two local men --who are finding much success in the workforce thanks to a company working to breakdown the barriers.
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Jean, The Home Shopping Network has down much more than just adding ramps to its building.
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It's made special accommodations to help people with disabilities fit in.
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Over the past year --doors have really opened for Bradd Edmondson. He has his first paying job with the Home Shopping Network. But he says getting a job wasn't easy. He says discrimination is evident everywhere he goes.
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((PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS ARE GOING TO HAVE THEIR PRECONCEIVED NOTIONS -- BUT TO KNOW I WAS ABLE TO GET MY FOOT IN THE DOOR AND PROVE MYSELF AND SHOW PEOPLE I COULD DO THE JOB THAT MAKES ME FEEL GOOD. AND IT MAKES ME FEEL LIKE I'M BLAZING THE TRIAL FOR OTHER PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES)) [RUNS15]
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((STEPHEN /HOME SHOPPING NETWORK:IT MAKES US FEEL GOOD THAT WE CAN HELP IN THIS AREA.. AND THAT WE CAN PROVIDE OUR CUSTOMERS WITH SAME LEVEL OF SERVICE AS ANY OTHER REPRESENTATIVE WITH SOMEONE WHOSE PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED AS WELL)) [RUNS09]
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Home Shopping Network did have to make a few accommodations for Edmondson like adjusting his desk. He also has a special mouse and keyboard to make typing easier.
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((GOOD MORNING THANK YOU FOR CALLING HSN CUSTOMER SERVICE THIS IS MATT)) [RUNS03]
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For Matt Corbett his disability isn't as visible. He is legally blind. He has special software installed on his computer to make the type bigger. And Corbett uses special magnifying devices to read papers or view images.
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((THEY WENT OUT OF THERE WAY A LOT OF TIMES TO GET TO WHERE I CAN FUNCTION JUST AS WELL AS ANYONE ELSE SO I LIKE IT I ENJOY IT )) [RUNS09]
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Home Shopping Network says it hopes to hire more people with disabilities. For Edmondson its meant for the first time in his life -- he doesn't have to depend on a check from the government.
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((I HAVE GOOD INCOME COMING IN I CAN PROVIDE FOR MYSELF -- I CAN DO THINGS FOR MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS THAT I DIDN'T HAVE THE FINANCIAL RESOURCES TO BEFORE AND FOR ME THAT'S A GOOD THING)) [RUNS12]
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In the past few months the Home Shopping Network in Roanoke has added automatic doors --more handicap parking --and is in the process of expanding its bathrooms.
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At least one group doesn't see the humor of the fat jokes in the new movie, "Shallow Hal."
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Producers say the message of the movie is supposed to be that inner beauty is what counts. However the director of the International Size Acceptance Association says heavy people aren't willing to get beat up with fat jokes to get to the happy ending.
The author of "Self Esteem Comes in All Sizes," says having a skinny actress playing a fat woman is like a white person acting in blackface.
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But Gwyneth Paltrow insists the movie doesn't make fun of fat people. She says the characters who tell jokes in the movie are portrayed as jerks.

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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch could help you avoid a big mistake at the hair salon.
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((SINCE HAIR DOESN'T GROW BACK OVERNIGHT, AND BLONDES DON'T ALWAYS HAVE MORE FUN, YOU MAY WANT TO RESEARCH YOUR NEW HAIRCUT OR COLOR BEFORE TAKING THAT PLUNGE. STAY TUNED TO NEWS SEVEN AT FIVE BECAUSE WE'RE GOING TO SHOW YOU HOW YOU CAN DO THAT. ))
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A simple trip to the hair salon can end up being more than you bargained for.
Whether it's a trim that turned out too short or blonde highlights that are more like platinum... many of us don't enjoy gambling with our tresses.
Jacey Birch shows us a new technique which keeps your locks in place while searching for that perfect do.
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Pull your hair back... take a digital picture... crop the computer image and VOILA... you are ready to discover the infinite possibilities of hair lengths... colors and styles that suit you.
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((TRIAL BY ERROR DOESN'T HAVE TO BE THE POLICY WHEN YOU WANT TO CHANGE YOUR HAIR COLOR OR STYLE. IN FACT THANKS TO COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY AND SUSAN'S ARTISTIC TOUCH,YOU CAN VIEW MANY CHOICES WITHOUT EVER TOUCHING A HAIR ON YOUR HEAD.))
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((USING THEIR OWN FACE, THEY GET TO CHOOSE WHAT THEY WANT TO LOOK LIKE.))
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Salon Owner Diana Churchman has introduced hair imaging to her salon in Salem. A computer system that takes the decision-making process to a new and SAFE level.
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((IT GIVES THE CUSTOMER AN OPPORTUNITY TO SEE A WIDE VARIETY OF STYLES, COLOR, PERHAPS EVEN MAKEUP, AT THE SAME TIME SHE HAS HER STYLE BEFORE SHE ACTUALLY JUMPS IN.))
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And there are many who don't want to chop, dye or perm their hair without a little security that the finished product will be beautiful... not to mention worth the money.
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((ALL HAIRCARE, YOU KNOW IS EXPENSIVE BUT IF THEY CAN SEE SOMETHING BEFORE IT'S DONE, THEY CAN SAVE THEMSELVES A LOT OF HEARTACHE IF IT'S NOT WHAT THEY WANT.))
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Four printed pictures of hair choices will run you about forty dollars and men can test the limits too.
From short to long or crazy to calm... your half hour session can leave you searching thousands of pictures for the perfect you.
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[SOT 23:59:11-21]

((ALL OF US NEED A CHANGE BECAUSE WE HAVE THE TENDENCY TO GET IN A RUT BUT I ALSO THINK THAT IT CAN IMPROVE YOUR SELF IMAGE AND WHAT YOU FEEL ABOUT YOURSELF AND THAT'S VERY IMPORTANT.))
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Jacey Birch... News Seven... Salem.
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Coming up today in Sports, the ODAC prepares to kick off the basketball season,
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And then a little later we will see how New York is using a little humor to bring tourists back to the city.
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Good afternoon everyone, we begin our ticker on the hard wood.
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The Old Dominion Athletic Conference men's and women's basketball media day tipped off today at the Salem Civic Center. Steve Mason has some pre season notes.
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((Media day or reunion, it was hard to tell as many of these arch rival coaches sat down to catch up on life. Life was good for Guilford last season as the women's team captured the school's first ever conference tournament title. The Quakers are picked first this season right in front of Roanoke. ((:)) ((:))
Emory and Henry is picked third, Lynchburg and Virginia Wesleyan are tied for sixth, Washington and Lee 8th. Hollins University was 10 and 15 last year, the best finish in 10 years, and returns four starters yet were picked 10th. ((:))
On the men's side, Hampden Sydney is the pre-season favorite after winning the tournament last year for a seventh time. Randolph-Macon is picked second and Roanoke third.)) ((:)) ((:))

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The Roanoke Dazzle will play a preseason game this Saturday at the Roanoke Civic Center against the Greenville Groove.
The Dazzle will hold its Read to Achieve Day for 140 kids on the basketball Floor of the Civic Center tomorrow at 4.
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New York's trying to boost tourism... and some big names are getting a little goofy to try and help.
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[vo-nat 04.5]
In one ad Henry kissinger hits a home run at Yankee Stadium.
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((RUNNING BASES.. .AND SLIDING IN FOR A HOME RUN..... .. KISSINGER: DEREK WHO?))
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[OUT Q=Derek Who?]
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Barbara Walters auditions for Broadway in one ad...
Ben Stiller and Kevin Bacon appear in another....
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[SOT 14:51:44]
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((THEY ALL LOOK SO WONDERFUL...... HOW'S THE BEN STILLER. I'LL HAVE THE BEN STILLER WITH BACON. WAITER: BEN! BEN! (BACON SHOWS UP TOO) CUSTOMER: MAY I HAVE A DOGGY BAG?))
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[OUT Q=have a doggy bag?]
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The humorous campaign centers around one theme... The New York Dream.. be a part of it.
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