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On News 7 at 5, Northern Alliance forces continue to push the Taliban back. We will have the latest.
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Also authorities hope a discovery in Queens, New York will help them understand yesterday's plane crash. [Weather-Head]
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Once again no rain in sight and temperatures are slowly heading up. All the details next.

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Also today, we will have an update on the forest fire in Roanoke County,
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and on Health Check we will see a new device that is supposed to keep Alzheimer's patients calm without medications
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It's seems a world away from the cold war..... Instead words that Russia and the United States are sticking together to fight terrorism.
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[SOT 13:51:14]
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((THE CHALLENGE OF TERRORISM MAKES OUR CLOSE COOPERATION ON ALL ISSUES EVEN MORE URGENT. RUSSIAN AND AMERICA SHARE THE SAME THREAT AND THE SAME RESOLVE WE FIGHT AND DEFECT TERRORISM NETWORK WHEREVER THEY EXIST. ))
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One thing President Bush vowed to do is keep weapons of mass destruction out of the hands of terrorists
That as huge strides are made in Afghanistan... Word tonight that the Northern Alliance has moved into the Afghan Capital of Kabul.
Teri Okita joins us live with the latest from Washington.
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((NOW THAT THE NORTHERN ALLIANCE HAS MOVED INTO THE AFGHAN CAPITOL OF KABUL, THEY'RE SETTING THEIR SITES ON OTHER TALIBAN STRONGHOLDS, INCLUDING JALALABAD TO THE EAST AND KANDAHAR TO THE SOUTH. PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS HE IS PLEASED WITH THE PROGRESS IN THE CAPITOL CITY. We will continue to work with their commanders. We've got troops there with their commanders, and we will continue to urge restraint. IN FACT, THE PENTAGON SAYS A SMALL NUMBER OF U-S GROUND TROOPS IS IN KABUL, ADVISING THE NORTHERN ALLIANCE. Donald Rumsfeld/Defense Secretary) Every day the targeting and effectiveness has improved and that clearly played a role in killing Taliban troops. DURING THE BATTLE FOR THE CITY, A REPORTER WAS CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE WHEN A BOMB EXPLODED TWO HOUSES AWAY. AS THE CITIES FALL, THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IS CONCERNED ABOUT INSTABILITY IN THE COUNTRY, ESPECIALLY AFTER REPORTS OF REVENGE KILLINGS OF TALIBAN SOLDIERS. SOME BELIEVE AN IMMEDIATE U-N PRESENCE IS NECESSARY IN KABUL. DURING A 3-DAY SUMMIT, PRESIDENT BUSH AND RUSSIAN PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN HAVE BEEN DISCUSSING A TRANSITION GOVERNMENT FOR AFGHANISTAN. PRESIDENT BUSH)




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A gay rights activist who threatened to blow up Jerry Falwell's church will avoid spending time in jail for his crime.
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Bill Connelly says he was upset about remarks Falwell made blaming the September 11th terrorist attacks on a number of groups including gays and lesbians.
Connelly called Liberty University to complain about the comments and ended up threatening to bomb Thomas Road Baptist Church.
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((BILL CONNELLY/GAY ACTIVIST: SO MY PROBLEM WAS I CONTINUED TO GET ANGRY ABOUT IT AND I CALLED BACK A COUPLE MORE TIMES AND BY THE FOURTH TIME I CALLED I SAID 'IF ANYONE HURTS ME BECAUSE OF WHAT FALWELL SAID THAT I WAS GOING TO SUE THOMAS ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH FOR RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT. AND I WAS SUPPOSEDLY TALKING TO A LEGAL DEPARTMENT, THAT'S WHAT I'D ASKED FOR, AND THEN I SAID 'IF THAT DOESN'T WORK, MAYBE I'LL TRY A BOMB', WHICH I SHOULDN'T HAVE SAID.))
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Connelly pleaded "no contest" to two misdemeanor charges and was given a six- month suspended sentence.
He also must not have contact with the church or university.
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The Red Cross is re-assuring Americans that donations to the Liberty Fund are going to help victims of terrorism.
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The director of the agency's Disaster Preparedness department spoke to donors in Roanoke about weapons of mass destruction. Some of the money donated to the Liberty Fund is earmarked for these lessons. Walt Mikols (Michaels) says donors should not be concerned their contributions are being abused.
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((WALT MIKOLS/RED CROSS: THE MONIES THEY'VE GIVEN TO THE RED CROSS ARE GONNA BE ACCOUNTED FOR IN THAT NONE OF THE MONIES ARE GONNA BE USED FOR ANYTHING SPURIOUS OR ANYTHING THAT'S NOT GONNA BE RELATED TO DISASTER RESPONSE, DISASTER PREPAREDNESS, DISASTER PLANNING.))
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Contributions to the Liberty Fund are being used to meet the immediate and longer term needs of families of the victims of the September 11th attacks. The money's also being used to develop a 10-year frozen blood supply.
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Investigators now have the flight data recorder from the American Airlines jet that crashed in Queens, New York, yesterday. They've already listened to the cockpit voice recorder -- and one investigator says everything sounds normal, up until the last few seconds.
Drew Levinson has more.
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((NOW THAT INVESTIGATORS HAVE LOCATED BOTH BLACK BOXES... THEY ARE HOPING TO ANSWER A CRITICAL QUESTION....
WHAT BROUGHT DOWN AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 587

SOT/ National Transportation Safety Board


SO FAR, THE FOCUS IS ON ENGINE FAILURE, BUT INVESTIGATORS HAVE NO DEFINITIVE PROOF. AND...THERE ARE OTHER QUESTIONS....INCLUDING WHAT CAUSED THE PLANE TO BREAK APART IN MID-AIR. ONE ENGINE WAS FOUND INTACT IN A GAS STATION AND A HUGE SECTION OF THE TAIL WAS FOUND IN JAMAICA BAY.

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ONE DAY AFTER THE PLANE SLAMMED INTO THIS RESIDENTIAL AREA, SEVERAL LOCAL RESIDENTS HERE IN ROCKAWAY ARE STILL MISSING. IT'S A TROUBLING REALITY FOR A NEIGHBORHOOD THAT LOST OVER 75 PEOPLE ON SEPTEMBER 11TH.

SOT: RUDY GIULIANI/NEW YORK CITY MAYOR

"PEOPLE ARE DEVASTATED BY THIS AND IT'S OUR JOB TO MAKE WHATEVER WE CAN AS EASY AS POSSIBLE FOR THEM."

(NATZ OF CRYING LADY)


NEW YORK'S DOMINICAN COMMUNITY IS ALSO IN MOURNING. MOST OF THE PASSENGERS ON BOARD THE DOOMED JET WERE FROM THE SMALL CARIBBEAN NATION. MANY RELATIVES ARE GATHERING AT THE SAME VICTIMS FAMILY CENTER USED FOR THE WORLD TRADE CENTER DISASTER.

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"MY UNCLE AND MY BROTHER ARE HERE. WE ARE JUST HOPING WE CAN GET THE CORPSE, THE WHOLE BODIES."

SOT: MOS

"INTERNAL PAIN YOU KNOW, LIKE AN INTERNAL PAIN, LIKE A DAGGER IN YOUR HEART."

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Officials still aren't sure what caused Friday's forest fire in Roanoke County, but fire officials believe they know where the blaze started.
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The fire burned more than 240 acres before county, state and federally trained firefighters were able to contain the flames.
This afternoon, Regional Forester Chuck Hutsell told the Roanoke County Supervisors the fire started in a ditch line on the north side of the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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((CHUCK HUTSELL/REGIONAL FORESTER: IF THERE WAS AN IGNITION SOURCE, IT WAS CONSUMED IN THE FIRE. IT VERY WELL COULD HAVE BEEN A MOTORIST TOSSING OUT A CIGARETTE. THERE'S ALWAYS THE CHANCE THAT SOMEBODY, YOU KNOW, SET THE FIRE.))
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Though contained, the fire is still not out. Officials say they will continue to monitor the area until we receive significant rainfall.
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We'll see how a new device is shedding new light on Alzheimer's patients,
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[VO] Also we will tell you why some parents say their children don't have a prayer of getting in to see the new Harry Potter movie.
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The way Virginia evaluates what roads it should build is "flawed and should be abandoned."
That's the conclusion of a year-long legislative study on V-DOT.
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Another part of the study found about 20 percent of pavement in the primary and Interstate highway system is "deficient."
40 percent of the bridges the state maintains are in need of repair.
But overall, V-DOT has made major reforms, and needs help from the General Assembly to make more change.
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((CHIP NOTTINGHAM/VDOT COMMISSIONER: THE CONDITION OF VIRGINIA'S HIGHWAYS OVERALL IS GOOD... AND HAVE THAT DETERMINATION.))14
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((DEL. TOMMY NORMENT/R-WILLIAMSBURG: I THINK ANYBODY THAT WORKS WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY KNOWS THAT THE MAINTENANCE PROJECTS ARE SIGNIFICANTLY UNDERFUNDED. WE KNOW THAT THE BRIDGE PROJECTS HAVE NOT BEEN APPROPRIATELY FUNDED.))15
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The legislative audit suggests the state should go to a more need-based system of building and repairing roads... which means more money is likely to go to northern Virginia, Hampton Roads, and Richmond.


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Investigators say eight samples taken from a state department mail facility in Northern Virginia have tested positive for anthrax.
A government anthrax expert says it's a strong indication that there's a tainted letter in the State Department system that remains to be found.
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Meanwhile the Attorney General said the Justice Department will be more aggressive in protecting Americans.
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((JOHN ASHCROFT/U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL: A CALCULATING MALIGNANT DEVASTATING EVIL HAS ARISEN IN OUR WORLD. CIVILIZATION CANNOT IGNORE THE EVILS THAT HAVE BEEN DONE.))
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Ashcroft wants better communcation between the Justice department and local governments. He says all U-S attorneys must develop communications protocols for sharing information with state and local leaders.


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A local health care center is looking at an alternative to medicine when it comes to controlling the behavior of Alzheimer's patients.
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As health check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us its all part of a research project.
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That's right Jean, It's part of a one year study.
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The goal is to determine if a soothing environment that stimulates the senses --can be just as effective as behavioral drugs in helping to calm down Alzheimer's patients.
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((
Marvin Coulthard is just one of 16 Alzheimer's patients --participating in the Snoezelen Project at Warm Hearth Village.
At least once a week --the snoezlen is brought into his room.
It's loaded with various gadgets --from the fiber optics placed on his lap --that change color and temperature --to the turning pictures on the wall--to the bubble tube --it's all designed to overload the senses.
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((IT SEEMS TO BE REDUCE BLOOD PRESSURE AT THIS POINT --BUT OUR GOAL THROUGH RESEARCH IS TO REDUCE PSYCOTROPHIC MEDICATIONS AND THEIR NEED)) [RUNS09]
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Warm Hearth Village has only had the device since August. But it hopes it will be able to show that drugs aren't the only option to calm down an agitated Alzheimer's patient.
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((IT'S NEVER TOO GOOD TO BE ON TOO MANY MEDICATIONS .. IT CAN INCREASE FALLS, IT CAN CLOUD THE PERSON PERCEPTION)) [RUNS07]
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And Warm Hearth Village says if Marvin is any indication...this could make a difference for many Alzheimer's patients.
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[IN Q=Before the session --he's kind of]

((BEFORE THE SESSION--HE KIND OF LOTHARGIC...AND AFTERWARDS HE'S A LITTLE BIT MORE VOCAL AND TALKS TO HIS STAFF AND IS WITH HIS WIFE)) [RUNS14]
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((NAT SOT...HEY...HOW ARE YOU))

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Marvin's wife Rosamound --says she is in favor of anything that can keep her husband in good spirits.
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[IN Q=He's just better off when he's not so]

((HE'S JUST BETTER OFF WHEN HE'S NOT SO AGITATED. HE'S HAPPIER AND I'M PROUD FOR THAT AND GLAD)) [RUNS07]
[OUT Q=for that I'm glad]))
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The Carlion Foundation provided funding for the project. The results of the study will be ready by the fall of next year.
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Jean,

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A group of parents in North Carolina is planning to pass out Christian literature at the opening of the Harry Potter movie this Friday.
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[SUPER=04-"Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone"; CBS 14:20:56]


The group is trying to convince parents not to let their children see the film.
Members of the parents' group says the movie has a satanic influence on children. They believe the movie is anti-Christian, and promotes both sorcery and evil.
But the manager of two theaters in Winston-Salem says despite the protests, he expects moviegoers to camp out in front of his theater.
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Coming up today following Sports,
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[VO] we will meet a local artist who is trying to chip away at a new career.
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Coming up today in Sports, we will hear what the Hokies think about their big game this weekend with the Wahoos,
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[VO] Then a little later, we will meet several veterans who prove it is never too late to go back to school.
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On Wall Street today, stocks ended the day sharply higher as the flight of Taliban forces from Afghanistan's capital gave investors a surge of optimism. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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The two minute sports ticker tonight continues to get us tuned up for this Saturday Virginia Tech - UVa showdown in Charlottesville. Here's Mike Stevens with the lowdown from Blacksburg.
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[5-Stowe-Studios]


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A Wytheville man is using his talents to bring wildlife into people's homes.
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Tommy Stowe is a wood sculptor who turned a hobby into a profession. The self taught artist has been creating wildlife pieces from linden wood for 25-years. Rising interest in his work helped the once teacher and farmer become a professional artist He says details make his pieces look real.
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[IN Q=I'VE GOT A PICTURE]

((TOMMY STOWE/WOOD SCULPTOR; I'VE GOT A PICTURE FILE, I'VE USED ZOOS BEFORE AND ACTUAL MOUNTS FROM WILDLIFE THAT HAS BEEN TAKEN AND I TRY TO REPLICATE EXACT DETAILS DIMENSIONS AND SHAPES AND FORMS.))
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[OUT Q=DIMENSIONS AND SHAPES AND FORMS.]
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With a new studio, Stowe is branching out by creating oak sculptures for churches. His pieces are for sale and the artist can take special orders.
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You've heard of going back to get your degree....
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[SUPER=03-San Antonio, TX;]


That's just what these guys did.
They're World War two veterans who put the military before their education... until now.
Years later these Texas Veterans are high school graduates.
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[SOT 13:13:14]
[IN Q=]

((THIS IS THE PROUDEST DAY OF MY LIFE... WE RAISED EIGHT.. EIGHT WENT TO HIGH SCHOOL AND GRADUATED, SEVEN WENT TO COLLEGE AND GRADUATED. I SAID SOMEDAY IL WILL WALK ACROSS THAT STAGE. I LOVE THIS COUNTRY. IF I COULD DO IT AGAIN I'D GO INTO THE SERVICE GOD BLESS AMERICA.))
[SUPER=01-Jessee Rethadia/WW II Vet, High School Graduate;]
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[OUT Q=God Bless America.]
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Rethadia is one of 61 Veterans who got their high school diploma in the San Antonio Texas program.
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