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Next on News 7 at 5, one of the Taliban's main leaders is reportedly killed in Afghanistan. We'll have the latest in a live report,
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and a security breach closes one of the nation's busiest airports today for three hours. [Weather-Head]
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This weekend looks to be a seasonable one in terms of temperature, but still no precipitation in the forecast. Stay tuned for details.

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Also today, the state's budget problems could be even worse than originally reported,
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and we will see one New York department store's odd tribute to Rudolph Guiliani.
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He is Osama bin Laden's right hand man.. the military leader suspected of training the September 11th hijackers.
Tonight reports that Mohammed (Ah-tiff) Atef.. is dead.
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((DO I KNOW FOR A FACT THAT'S THE CASE. I DON'T. I SUSPECT THE THOUGH BECAUSE THE REPORTS I'VE SEEN SEEM AUTHORITATIVE.))
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Good Evening.
Meanwhile the hunt for Osama bin laden is still on... and the number of American ground troops in Afghanistan is expanding- although exactly how many....the Pentagon won't say.
Jim Acosta is following the story and joins us live from Washington with the latest.
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((THE AFGHAN ISLAMIC PRESS IS REPORTING THE TALIBAN AND ITS SPIRITUAL LEADER MULLAH MOHAMMED OMAR ARE ABANDONING THE SOUTHERN STRONGHOLD KANDAHAR AND RETREATING TO NEARBY MOUNTAINS.
THE PENTAGON IS DOWNPLAYING THE REPORT -- SAYING IT HAS NO PROOF OF THE PULL-OUT.
BUT MILITARY LEADERS SAY THEY HAVE CREDIBLE INFORMATION THAT U-S AIRSTRIKES (FONT:FILE) HAVE KILLED OSAMA BIN LADEN'S RIGHT HAND MAN MOHAMMED ATEF -- THE AL QUEDA MILITARY LEADER SUSPECTED OF TRAINING THE SEPT. 11TH HIJACKERS. HE'S SHOWN HERE AT THE WEDDING OF HIS DAUGHTER TO BIN LADEN'S SON.
Rear Adm. John Stufflebeem/ Pentagon Spokesman Bin Laden no longer has an assistant. BUT THE HUNT FOR BIN LADEN IS STILL ON. AND DEFENSE SECRETARY DONALD RUMSFELD SAYS SOME AMERICAN FORCES ARE WEARING CAMOUFLAGE GARB AND CARRYING EQUIPMENT BY DONKEY -- ALL IN AN EFFORT TO BLEND IN AND CAPTURE BIN LADEN. DESPITE SPECULATION THAT THE AL QUEDA MASTERMIND MAY HAVE FLED TO ANOTHER COUNTRY . Donald Rumsfeld/Defense Secretary: We have every reason to believe he's in Afghanistan. THE COALITION ON THE GROUND IS EXPANDING. HUNDREDS OF AMERICAN TROOPS ARE IN COUNTRY -- BUT THE PENTAGON WON'T SAY EXACTLY HOW MANY. THEY'RE JOINED BY BRITISH FORCES -- AND FRENCH SOLDIERS WHO ARE EXPECTED TO ARRIVE THIS WEEKEND. BOTH COUNTRIES WILL GUARD AFGHAN AIR BASES THAT WERE ONCE IN TALIBAN HANDS.))



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Atlanta's Hartsfield airport opened back up a short while ago.. after a security breach closed the airport.
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Airport officials were not sure if the man who ran through a security checkpoint was still inside the airport- or if he left with thousands of others who were evacuated today
The airport was closed to outbound flights and planes in other cities that were headed to Atlanta were kept on the ground.
The man who ran past security went down an up escalator.. and then disappeared.
Security officials do have an image of the man on videotape and they've given it to police and National Guard troops on security duty at the airport.
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Anthrax is discovered at a North Carolina postal facility.
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Authorities found a trace amount at the West Gate Distribution Center....
The first two tests came back negative, but a third test by the Centers for Disease control found a minute amount-
The anthrax was in three shrink wrapped packages of stamps.
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((BILL BROWN/POSTAL SERVICE FACILITY: IT CAME BACK WITH A TRACE AMOUNT OF ANTHRAX... A VERY SMALL AMOUNT OF ANTHRAX ON THAT SO EXTREME SMALL AMOUNT IN AN ISOLATED AREA.))
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The contamination is linked ot stamps mailed from the Brentwood postal facility in Wasington, DCTERMS.
North Carolina's health director says the amount is insignificant- but still some postal workers in Raleigh are getting tested for anthrax anyway.
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[5-State-Budget]


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That 890 million state revenue shortfall is really a 1-point-2 BILLION dollar hole.
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That's what the House Appropriations Committee learned today.
AND, it heard from Jim Gilmore's own Finance Secretary that the costs of the September 11th attacks only make up 50 million or 18 percent of the shortfall.
That's despite the Governor blaming the recession on the terrorists yesterday.
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((JOHN FORBES/FINANCE SECRETARY: YEAH THAT'S OUR ESTIMATE, THAT ABOUT 50 MILLION OF THAT WOULD HAVE COME DIRECTLY FROM THE TERRORIST ATTACKS.))05
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((DEL. WHITT CLEMENT/D-DANVILLE: THE OVERRIDING OBJECTIVE IS WHAT'S THE BEST POLITICAL SPIN WE CAN PUT ON THE EVENT OF THE DAY. AND I THINK THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED YESTERDAY, AND I THINK WE'LL CONTINUE TO SEE THAT UNTIL HE RIDES OFF IN THE SUNSET.))17
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((DEL. KEN PLUM/D-RESTON: AS WE LOOK BACK NOW WE REALIZE THAT THE SENATE WAS REALLY RIGHT. AND IF THE GOVERNOR HAD BEEN WILLING TO COME FORWARD AND BE MORE OPEN AN FORTHRIGHT, WE WOULDN'T BE IN THE HOLE WE'RE IN NOW.))13
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Governor-Elect Mark Warner had that long-awaited "look at the books" today.
Warner says he's anxious to see how Gilmore tries to solve the budget crisis before he stakes out any positions.
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Charlene Rappleyea (RAP-lee-ay) says she was "completely devastated" by a News 7 report two years ago.
But today, a Roanoke jury hearing her lawsuit found in favor of the television station.
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An employee of a Lynchburg toy store, Rappleyea claimed that WDBJ Television defamed her when it reported on an assault warrant sworn out by the parents of a seven- year- old girl. The charge was later dismissed.
Her attorney argued that reporter Steve Smallshaw failed to investigate the allegations adequately, and failed to speak with Rappleyea.
The station's attorney described the story as "a responsible report," and argued that what devastated Rappleyea was the criminal warrant.
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((HAYDEN FISHER/RAPPLEYEA'S ATTORNEY: I THINK THE POINT HERE WAS TO BE HEARD AND TELL HER SIDE OF THE STORY. SHE DIDN'T GET THAT OPPORTUNITY TWO YEARS AGO. AND SHE'S THANKFUL TO HAVE THAT OPPORTUNITY, AND LET THE MEDIA BE JUDGED AS SHE WAS JUDGED.)) ((ROBERT RIDER/WDBJ7 ATTORNEY: I'M EXTREMELY PLEASED, BUT I'M ALSO CONFIDENT OF COURSE THAT'S WHAT WE THOUGHT IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN A LONG TIME AGO. OF COURSE, THERE'S A BIT OF TREPIDATION WHEN THEY STAY OUT THAT LONG, BUT OBVIOUSLY THEY CONSIDERED IT.))
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Charlene Rappleyea (RAP-lee-ay) says she is disappointed with the jury's verdict, but hopes that everyone now understands she was not guilty of the allegations that prompted the news story in 1999. [(toss to R)]
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Coming up next on the newscast, the September 11th attacks have led to changes in one local university's curriculum,
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[VO] and check out this holiday display that may or may not endear itself with New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
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In Health Check tonight, the events of September 11th have one university changing the curriculum for its nursing students.
Radford University is now requiring them to have disaster training.
Joy Sutton has details.
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((Radford University says in light of the terrorist attacks it seemed like an appropriate step to require its nursing students to get disaster training.
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(( IT WHAT WAS VERY APPARENT THAT STUDENTS GRADUATING FROM PROGRAMS OF NURSING NEED TO PREPARED TO WORK WITHIN THEIR COMMUNITIES TO FOCUS ON DISASTERS TO HELP OUR COMMUNITIES SO IT SEEMS VERY LOGICAL TO INCORPORATE DISASTER TRAINING INTO OUR CURRICULUM )) [RUNS14]
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((Everybody can play a part in disaster relief...so please understand we'd love to have you)) [RUNS07]
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The American Red Cross is offering training classes to prepare the students for certification. The class includes 3 hours of training teaching them how to respond in emergency situations and how best to use their skills to help victims.
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(( CERTAINLY THAT IS A GREAT NEED BECAUSE HEALTH SERVICES IS ONE MAIN AREAS WE PROVIDE ..... CERTAINLY THESE NURSES WILL PAY MAJOR ROLE IN VOLUNTEERING)) [RUNS13]
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(( I THINK SEPT 11TH KIND OF PUT THINGS INTO PROGRESS WHERE STUDENTS AND EVERYONE IN THE COMMUNITY NEED TO BE MORE AWARE AND MORE PREPARED TO HANDLE SOMETHING IF IT HAPPENED )) [RUNS09]
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And Radford University hopes it will encourage students to become leaders in their communities.
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((KNOWING WE HAVE THIS TRAINING GIVES A SENSE OF CONTROL AND POWER THAT WAS SO ABSENT ON 11TH THAT MADE US FEEL SO HELPLESS.. AND KNOW WE'RE DOING WHAT WE CAN TO PREPARE...WE WILL STEP FORWARD AND WE WILL ACT )) [RUNS18]
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And with nation unsure when and if there will be another terrorist attack --the Red Cross says there will an ongoing need for trained volunteers. Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))

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Harry Potter fans are finding the movie as magical as the book.
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Dozens of "Harryheads" attended the movie's first showing at Valley View Grand at 10:30 this morning. Some parents let their kids skip school to watch the adventures of the young boy with special powers. Other adults watched *without* kids after becoming hooked on the series by J. K. Rowling themselves. All gave the movie two thumbs up.
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((HENRY HANCOCK/MOVIE GOER: I THOUGHT IT WAS GREAT. I THOUGHT THEY CAPTURED THE SPIRIT OF THE BOOKS. A LOT OF IT WAS EXACTLY THE WAY YOU WOULD HAVE PICTURED IT IN YOUR HEAD.)) [BUTT BUTT BUTT]
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((CHRIS CARRIER/"HARRY POTTER" FAN: I REALLY RECOMMEND IT TO ANY HARRYHEADS. EVEN PEOPLE NEW TO HARRY POTTER SHOULD COME AND SEE THIS.))
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[VO] Some of the older Harry Potter fans say the movie teaches some of the same lessons as the book.
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((GERI LYNN LAMBERT/"HARRY POTTER" FAN: THAT NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU'RE AFRAID YOU STILL STAND UP AND DO WHAT'S RIGHT.))
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Harry Potter is showing on six screens at Valley View Grand. Three of the today's shows and one of tomorrow's are sold out. The theater advises ticket holders to show up at least a half hour before showtime.
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New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has been immortalized in paper mache for the holidays.
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He is the feature display in the Barneys department store window.
Holiday window designer Simon Doonan gave Giuliani golden antlers in a piece he calls Rudolf the Right-On Reindeer.


The window is proving popular with city residents.
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Doonan says the piece is a tribute to Giuliani's leadership since the September 11th attacks.
He believes the mayor will love the display
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If you like the display, you can buy it. Barneys will auction it off December 29th.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll meet some people who are happy to ring in the Holiday season.
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It's that time of year again... when you see the Christmas decorations everywhere and the ringing of holiday bells. Today the Slavation Army kicks off its Christmas Kettle Campaign and Angel Tree Program.
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Jacey Birch joins us from Valley View Mall to put us in the holiday mood.
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Jacey interviews two
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Comin up today following our Marketwatch report, Mike Stevens will take a look at NASCAR qualifying from Atlanta.
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[VO] And then a little later, Virginia's contribution to Survivor has a close call after he comes up against a member of the 20-something alliance.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Friday Two minute ticker. The Winston Cup season was supposed to end this weekend
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outside of Atlanta. But as you know the race after the September 11th tragedies forced the New Hampshire race to be postponed until the Friday after Thanksgiving.
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Qualifying in Hampton, Georgia this afternoon on the one and a half mile oval would see fan favorite Dale Earnhardt Junior go out late in the round and steal the pole from Mark Martin with a speed of 192 point 047 miles an hour. Now here's the complete starting grid.
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[SUPER=0107-1. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.//2. Mark Martin//3. Dave Blaney //4. Ward Burton//5. Michael Waltrip //;]
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[SUPER=0107-6. Bill Elliott //7. Kevin Lepage //8. Johnny Benson //9. Stacy Compton //10. Joe Nemechek//;]
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[SUPER=0107-11. Hut Stricklin//12. Tony Stewart //13. Ricky Craven //14. Todd Bodine//15. Elliott Sadler//;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Kenny Wallace//17. Jeff Green//18. Brett Bodine//19. Bobby Hamilton//20. Buckshot Jones//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Jimmie Johnson//22. Casey Alwood//23. Matt Kenseth//24. Jeff Gordon//25. Hermie Sadler//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Carl Long//27. Rusty Wallace//28. Sterling Marlin//29. Bobby Hamilton, Jr. //30. Jimmy Spencer//;]
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[GO TO PINNACLE 6998] Tomorrow is not only a big day for college football in the Commonwealth - but it is a huge football day here on Your Hometown Station. We have a triple-header starting at Noon with Ga. Tech taking on Wake Forest. Then it's two big traditional rivalries as Auburn knocks heads with Alabama at three. Then Saturday night in prime time the Florida Gators try to put the wood on Florida State at 8.
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And folks don't forget that Friday Football Extra is coming up tonight at 11:35 with highlights of 11 regional semi-final playoff games from Dumphries to Danville. I'll see you later tonight for that and more.
[GRAPHIC=TICKER]

Plus, coming up at the top of the hour on News 7 at Six Steve Mason - the new proud papa will be here with some college basketball notes and more chatter from the Tech-UVa football front. Take care everybody and have a safe weekend. [GO TO BREAK]

[5-Lindsey]


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Viriginia's contestant on television's Survivor contest came close to being voted off last night. Tom Buchanan of Rich Valley was tied with his (Sam-burr-eye) Samburu teammate Lindsey Richter.
But in the end, her previous votes came back to haunt Ricther and SHE was sent packing. Teri Okita has more.
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((THEY SAY YOU ACCOUNT FOR YOUR ACTIONS AT TRIBAL COUNCIL, AND 27-YEAR-OLD LINDSEY RICHTER PAID THE PRICE.

Nat sot; Jeff: Lindsey, the tribe has spoken.


TRACK: DURING HER 18-DAYS IN THE BUSH, SHE SAYS HER EMOTIONS GOT THE BEST OF HER.

SOT: Lindsey: Trust me, when Im pumped, you dont want to &$# with

me. Dont underestimate me, people.

(Super: Lindsey Richter/6th Survivor Voted Off)
SOT: I was just so pumped up and so excited that I was still there,

kind of in your face, you messed with the wrong girl, you know, and I look back on that, and Im like, Oh, God. Its just ridiculous. I was a total brat that night.
TRACK: SHE WAS GOING STRONG WITH SAMBURUS YOUNG ALLIANCE BUT SAYS THE SURPRISE, TRIBAL SWAP IN WEEK FIVE RUINED HER CHANCES. SHE ALSO SAYS THE YOUNGER TRIBEMATES GOT A BAD RAP FOR BEING LAZY.

SOT: People dont understand. That was like five oclock in the

morning. So, when we slept in, we were sleeping in til like seven at the latest! (:09)
TRACK: AND SHE WANTS PEOPLE TO KNOW, SHES A LOT NICER THAN SHE CAME OFF IN THE SHOW.

SOT: If you watch the tribal council, they obviously were sad. Every

single person out there liked me. We all got along. Hello, people, I was liked, okay? LAUGHS. (:09)
TRACK: LINDSEY WILL GO DOWN AS HAVING ONE OF THE MOST MEMORABLE AUDITION TAPES IN SURVIVOR HISTORY.
SHOW: Lindsey: I think I can. I think I can. I know I can!
TRACK: TO SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT, SHES NOT NAKED HERE. HER FRIEND PAINTED BIG, BRIGHT-COLORED FLOWERS ON HER PRIVATE PARTS. THE BID FOR ATTENTION WORKED.

SOT: But, I wont do Playboy unless Im painted. (:03)



(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: The former ad account executive from Portland would like to pursue her passion for sports either as a broadcaster or as a competitive mountain biker. Teri Okita, CBS News, New York.)) [Close-ID] [5pm] SUPER=x4035; fax/copyright [SUPER=x4034;email/copyright]