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Today on News 7 at 5, security is tight around New York City. The F-B-I says the Statue of Liberty and other landmarks might be targeted by terrorist.
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Also the case of an accused church bomber is in the hands of a jury.
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We should start to see some warmer weather by tomorrrow, stay tuned for the complete forecast...

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Also, will pilots be allowed to carry guns on their planes? The government gives them an answer.
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Plus we'll see where anxious brides can turn for some free help planning their weddings.
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All that AND news of a big retirement from the N-F-L.
News 7 at Five is next.
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The FBI says New York City landmarks could be the next targets of terrorism- as federal authorites warn Americans to be prepared.
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((DONALD RUMSFELD: WE CANE EXPECT OTHER NEW TECHNIQUES OF TERRORISM. THE PROBLEM I SEE AND IT'S A VERY SERIOUS ONE IS THAT THERE HAS BEEN A PROLIFERATION OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION.))
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Good Evening.
The FBI says the Statue of Liberty may be the next terrorist target- The warning came out late this afternoon-
The information apparently based on interviews with detainees at Guantanamo Bay.
No question tonight New Yorkers are on alert- People are taking special precautions in the city.
Jim Acosta is following this story and he joins us live from New York City with details.
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(( AFTER DAYS OF GENERAL WARNINGS ABOUT TERRORIST THREATS...NOW THERE'S A SPECIFIC WARNING FOR NEW YORK CITY.
CBS NEWS HAS LEARNED THAT THE FBI HAS TOLD OFFICIALS IN NEW YORK ABOUT UNCORROBORATED INFORMATION THAT U.S. LANDMARKS SUCH AS THE STATUE OF LIBERTY MIGHT BE TARGETED BY TERRORISTS. SECURITY HAS BEEN BEEFED UP AROUND THE STATUE.. AND ALL NEW YORK BRIDGES. THE INFORMATION WAS BASED ON INTERVIEWS WITH DETAINEES.
AND THERE ARE OTHER FACTORS GIVING CAUSE FOR CONCERN. THE U-S MONITORS COMMUNICATIONS BY BIN LADEN'S AL QAIDA NETWORK.. OFFICIALS SAY .. THE VOLUME OF THESE MESSAGES FEW WEEKS...SUGGESTING SOME SORT OF NEW ATTACKS MAY BE IN THE WORKS. TOM RIDGE/HOMELAND SECURITY DIRECTOR " its NOT a question of IF but a question of WHEN" STAND-UP: LATEST ON THREATS))

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A decision today when it comes to protecting Americans on airlines.
While the federal government has beefed up security on airlines- it has decided against allowing pilots to carry guns.
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One U-S transportation officials says pilots must concentrate on flying- and that trained air marshalls should be the only armed people on board.
One Senator agrees.
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((SEN. HOLLINGS: FIRST THE PILOTS WANTED GUNS. NO WE'LL GIVE EM STUN GUNS. THEN THE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS WANTED UH, UH, METAL BARS, 18 INCHES LONG, CROW BARS, AND I GUESS WE'RE GOING TO GIVE DA PASSENGERS UH MACHETES AND ALL, AND LET EM ALL JUST FIGHT IT OUT IN DA CABIN. IF I WAS A TERRORIST, I'D SAY WHEW-PEE I DON' HAVE TA WORRY ABOUT ALL THIS SECURITY.))
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Hollings claims terrorists would not need to bring weapons on board because there would be plenty there already there.
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The airline pilots union supported allowing guns, saying it would allow pilots to confront a hijacker who breaks into the cockpit.

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A hostage situation is going on at this hour in San Antonio Texas-
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An armed gunman apparently fired his way into a credit union branch this morning before it opened- shooting out windows and doors.
Two employees were inside at the time.
Police say they've locked themselves in either a utility closet or a bank vault.
Hostage negotiators are at the scene.
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((WE'RE ATTEMPTING MAKE CONTACT THE NEGOTIATORS HERE ARE TRYING TO GET DIALOGUE GOING WITH HIM.))
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So far there are no reported injuries.
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An Eagle Rock man pleaded guilty today to shooting his friend after a night of drinking.
Victor Rycroft was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of his neighbor William Clayton Sanders Junior.
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It happened in Rycroft's home on Narrow Passage Road in January.
Rycroft told deputies that the two drank heavily, began arguing and that the gun went off when Sanders reached for it.
Sanders died of a gunshot wound to the chest before deputies arrived.
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Rycroft remains free on bond until his sentencing on August 5th.
He faces a maximum of 10 years in prison.

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A plan to re-draw attendance zones for three Roanoke County schools is bringing criticism from parents.
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Administrators are recommending a change that would affect students who live in The Gardens, The Groves, and Scenic Hills subdivisions along Cotton Hill Road.
New students from those neighborhoods would attend Penn Forest Elementary instead of Back Creek Elementary.
In addition, all elementary students living in Hunting Hills would attend Clearbrook School.
Current students would not be affected, but some parents say they plan to raise objections at tonight's school board meeting.
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The School Board is scheduled to vote on the change at its June 20th meeting.

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The jury gets the case of a man accused of killing four children in a 1963 church bombing. We'll have that story next,
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[VO] Also we will see if travel experts expect local residents to stay home or hit the road for the Memorial Day weekend.
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Nearly 40 years ago, four young girls were killed in a racially motivated church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama.
Two men have already been convicted in the crimes. Now the last suspect, Bobby Frank Cherry, is awaiting his fate.


Drew Levinson has more.
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((Throughout this trial prosecutors made Bobby Frank Cherry--the poster boy for hate. They claim the now 71-year old former Klansman took part in one of the deadliest acts of violence during the civil rights movement--the 1963 bombing of Birmingham's 16th street Baptist church.
In closing Prosecutor Don Cochran said-(graphic) "FOR ABOUT 39 YEARS THIS DEFENDANT HAS MOCKED JUSTICE. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN THE TIME FOR JUSTICE IS HERE."
Prosecutors hammered home Cherry's racist activities and views. During the case they showed video of Cherry involved in a gang style beating of a man trying to enroll his children in a newly integrated school. That's Cherry highlighted--his lit cigarette never left his mouth. The man he beat--Fred Shuttlesworth was in court.

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"I DON'T SEE HOW ANYBODY WHO COULD HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN AS MUCH AS HE IS INVOLVED IN - THEY COULDN'T FIND ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO CONVICT HIM
But defense attorneys said there WASN'T enough evidence to link Cherry to the bombing--it was guilt by association.
Cherry's attorney Mickey Johnson told jurors (graphic) "MORE TIME HAS BEEN SPENT IN THIS COURTROOM THROWING THE "N' WORLD AROUND THAN PROOF OF WHAT HAPPENED HERE IN 1963"
Cherry never testified because his attorneys said he suffers from dementia and is easily confused...but in 1997 he denied any involvement.

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"LORD HAVE MERCY I FEEL SORRY FOR 'EM, BUT I DIDN'T HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THAT. I DIDN'T HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THAT."

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"FOR 39 YEARS THIS CASE HAS BEEN TRIED OVER AND OVER BY THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION--NOW IT'S BEEN TRIED WHERE IT COUNTS MOST A COURT OF LAW. IF CONVICTED OF MURDER CHERRY COULD SPEND REST OF HIS LIFE IN PRISON.
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The travel industry is still seeing the effects of September 11.
Many Americans say this summer they'll be staying closer to home.
Meghan Muldoon has more.
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they'll be traveling more this summer but travelers also say they're not going very far and they'll be spending less money.
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((The Travel Industry Association of America and AAA are forecasting a small increase in travel for the 2002 summer season. On average Americans expect to take about three trips this summer. Travelers aren't feeling that optimistic about the economy -- they plan on spending an average of $1,066 on their longest trip this summer, down nine percent from last summer. Randy Green of AAA says that while the recent terrorist attacks aren't preventing Americans from taking a summer vacation, it is influencing where they plan on going and how they plan on getting there.))
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((RANDY GREEN/Mid-Atlantic AAA: OUR SURVEYS HAVE SHOWN THAT MANY PEOPLE ARE GOING TO BE GOING TO FAMILY REUNIONS, FOR EXAMPLE, OVER PAST SUMMERS. THERE'S JUST A FEELING LIKE WE SAW LAST THANKSGIVING FOLLOWING THE TERRORIST ATTACKS OF MORE FAMILY BONDING AND ALSO THE DESIRE TO SEE MORE HISTORICAL SITES. AGAIN, JUST A FEELING THAT THAT ONE DAY CAUSED PEOPLE WANTING TO BOND AGAIN AND CLAIM HISTORY.))
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((Americans apparently still are concerned with security. While automotive travel is up, air travel is expected to be down more than 7 percent this summer.))
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((Randy Green/Mid-Atlantic AAA: PEOPLE ARE MORE COMFORTABLE IN THEIR CARS AND ITS JUST A CYCLE I THINK WE'RE GOING THROUGH AS AMERICANS, POST-SEPTEMBER 11TH AND ALSO ECONOMIC FACTORS WHERE WE JUST FEEL MORE COMFORTABLE TRAVELING IN OUT CARS.))
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Another reason Americans may be traveling by car this summer -- the average price for a gallon of gas is down 31 cents from last year.
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Virginia Tech employees are among state workers qualifying for a bonus or more vacation time this year.
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The General Assembly approved a new program effective in July. Tech's classified employees have a choice between a two-point-five-percent cash bonus or 10-days of paid leave.
University spokesman Larry Hincker says the idea is a new approach.
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((LARRY HINCKER/UNIVERSITY RELATIONS; THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY HAS NOT BEEN ABLE TO PROVIDE A RAISE FOR STATE EMPLOYEES FOR THE LAST YEAR THERE WILL NOT BE A RAISE FOR THE COMING YEAR BUT THE INTENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY IS TO TRY AND SHOW THEIR APPRECIATION FOR STATE EMPLOYEES AND THIS IS ONE WAY TO PUT EXTRA COMPENSATION IN THEIR POCKETS.))
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Virginia Tech faculty will also receive an two-point-five-percent bonus but will not have the option of paid leave. Tech's Board of Visitors votes on the faculty bonus offer at their June meeting.
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Coming up next on the newscast we will tell you why some marine biologists say we should expect a repeat of last summer's shark attacks.
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With Memorial Day comming up, millions of people are headed to the beach.
That has some experts concerned that we could see a repeat of last year's rash of shark attacks.
Manuel Gallegus has more from Florida.
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(( SHARK EXPERTS SAY LAST YEAR, OVERALL.. ATTACKS AND DEATHS...WERE ACTUALLY DOWN. BUT THEY SAY BECAUSE OF SOME HIGH PROFILE INCIDENTS, INCLUDING THE NEAR DEATH OF A LITTLE BOY, IT WAS BLOWN OUT OF PROPORTION.
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-STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS (MIAMI BEACH ) EXPERTS SAY THE TRAGEDY OF ALL THE HYPE IS THAT SHARKS ARE SOPHISTICATED, MISUNDERSTOOD CREATURES THAT ARE BEING SLAUGHTERED WORLDWIDE.

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"What's really happening is they are being removed from the world's ocean at a rate of over a billion pounds of animals per year between 20 million and 100 million sharks every year." :11
-NAT-BEACH- YOU CAN LESSEN YOUR CHANCES OF ENCOUNTERING A SHARK. SWIM IN GROUPS.. DONT SPLASH A LOT. DONT WEAR SHINY JEWELRY. AND AVOID THE OCEAN AT TWILIGHT OR NIGHT WHEN THE PREDATORY CREATURES ARE MOST ACTIVE.
AND REMEMBER, YOUR 30 TIMES MORE LIKELY TO GET HIT BY LIGHTNING THAN BEING ATTACKED BY A SHARK MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS MIAMI.))

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Today in Sports, Mike Stevens will tell us about a leading N-F-L player who has decided to retire.
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[VO] Then a little later in the newscast, we will see where almost 90 percent of engaged couples are turning for help planning their weddings.
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On Wall Street today, investors continued to cash in on their profits from last week.
Alexis Christoforous has that and all the business news in today's Marketwatch report.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Tuesday ticker. We begin tonight with some football notes. For starters- future hall of fame receiver Cris Carter has announced his retirement from the NFL. The 36-year-old leaves the game after 15 seasons. Yes he can still play - but he is too proud to accept the money teams are offering him. On the college front -the Virginia Tech Hokies were well represented at last night's meeting of the Roanoke Valley Sports Club.
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First year Tech quarterback coach Kevin Rogers was the featured speaker at the Salem Civic Center. Rogers says he is doing everything he can to make sure that Marcus Vick will be well prepared when he arrives on campus this summer.
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Rogers also says Grant Noel is not showing any visible signs of the knee injury he is currently rehabbing. However, he cautions that looks can be deceiving.
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[vo nat con't] Tonight on News 7 at Six - Rogers talks about the most pleasant surprise he seen since arriving in Blacksburg - the development of rising sophomore quarterback Bryan Randall.
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The NBA playoffs continue tonight in the East as the Nets host the Celtics in game two. Last night in the West - the Kings evened up their series with the Lakers at one game a piece with a 104-to-97 win. A setback that the Lakers sort of took in stride.
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That is the slickest way of saying the Kings and the refs cheated that you will ever see. Coming up tonight at the top of the hour - Jeff Burton gives VIR a workout today. Jean will be right back in just a minute. [GO TO BREAK]

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The wedding season is just around the corner and many couples are hastily preparing for their big days.
A new survey by Bride's magazine says 88 percent of engaged couples are turning to the internet for help.
Doug Frattallone takes a look at some of the wedding hot spots.
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(( PLANNING TO SAY "I DO" SOON?
LET'S START WITH TWO WEBSITES COUPLES USE MOST OFTEN TO PLAN THEIR BIG DAY: THE KNOT-DOT-COM AND WEDDING CHANNEL-DOT-COM.
BOTH SITES OFFER DETAILED PLANNING TOOLS.
THEY INCLUDE CALENDARS, BUDGET CALCULATORS, GUEST-LIST MANAGERS...EVEN WEDDING WEBSITES FOR THE BRIDE AND GROOM.
ONCE EVERYTHING'S IN PLACE, THE SITES NATURALLY OFFER STUFF YOU CAN BUY FOR THAT WEDDING: STARTING WITH THE BRIDAL GOWN.
AOL'S SISSY BIGGERS TAKES IT FROM THERE.

(SOT-BIGGERS "Finding the bridal dress. This is an example of a design

by Serafina, one of the top wedding designers here in New York. At theknot.com, a bride can access 20 thousand different designs and she can search for her dress using a budget. She can even pick a neckline or a sillouette and the designer to pick just the right dress.")

SAME STORY FOR THOSE FABULOUS BRIDESMAID GOWNS...AND TUXES FOR THE GUYS.
OF COURSE, THERE'S MONEY TO BE MADE BY CREATING A REGISTRY ONLINE.
WANT A HEART-SHAPED WAFFLE MAKER?
ADD IT TO YOUR REGISTRY...AND HOPEFULLY YOU'LL GET JUST ONE.
ONLINE GIFT REGISTRY IS ALSO GETTING TO BE BIG BUSINESS AT CLICK AND MORTAR STORES.
CONSUMER REPORTS LISTS TARGET-DOT-COM AND CRATE AND BARREL-DOT-COM AS TWO OF THE BEST.
IT'S PRETTY SIMPLE.
YOU COMPILE A LIST OF STUFF YOU REALLY WANT...LIKE THAT RUFFLED CAKE PLATTER...AND LET YOUR INVITED GUESTS BUY AWAY.
WHEN IT COMES TIME TO FLY AWAY, HONEYLUNA-DOT-COM OFFERS HONEYMOONS ONLINE.
HERE, YOU LIST VARIOUS PARTS OF YOUR GETAWAY, WHICH CAN BE PURCHASED ON THE WEB...JUST LIKE A TOASTER.
HEADING ON AN AFRICAN SAFARI?
MAYBE YOU WANT SOMEONE TO PICK UP THE PRICE OF AIRFARE, SAFARI TRANSPORTATION OR WILDLIFE VIEWING.
A CLOSER-TO-HOME EXAMPLE IS DISNEYWORLD...WHERE YOU CAN ASK YOUR WEDDING GUESTS TO POP FOR PARK TICKETS..OR DINNER AT A DISNEY RESTAURANT.
IT'S NOT GOOFY (A MICKEY MOUSE OPERATION)...BUT JUST ANOTHER PART OF WEDDINGS..ON THE WEB.))


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