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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... Authorities are questioning a suspect in the September eleventh attacks....
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and the search for Jennifer Short takes divers to Philpott Lake... We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Ramzi]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
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[WRITER=jsu]
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After nearly a year on the run-- one of the key suspects in the September 11th attacks is captured overseas.
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[VO-NAT 14 plus pad]

(RAM-zee, bin al SHEEB) Ramzie Binalshibh,was taken into custody earlier this week in Pakistan. Investigators say he is suspected of helping organize the attacks and providing financial support to the hijackers.
Officials say he was a former roommate of one of the hijackers, Mohamed Atta.
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[Terrorism]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=jsu]
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Officials are releasing few details on the arrest of five men of Yemeni decent.
They were taken into custody in Buffalo, New York on suspicions they were operating a terrorist cell.
Jim Stewart has details.
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Sources tell CBS News the discovery of the cell and a recent spike in their overseas and internal commucations is largely responsible for President Bush deciding to go to alert Condition Orange earlier this week. It is not known whether the cell had identified a specific target in the United States, or how close they were to acting.
All of the Buffalo suspects are U.S. citizens of Yemini descent. All live within a block of each other in (this) Buffalo surburb known as Lackawanna....and all attended the same mosque. The cell's ringleader, also a U.S. citizen of Yemini background, is believed to be in Yemen and outside of U.S. reach for the moment. The five Buffalo suspects will apparently be charged with providing material support and resources to terrorists....this apparently follows a debate within the White House itself over whether to treat the men as criminal defendants...or as nonmilitary combatants with no charges and no access to an attorney.
Sources say the men attended Al Qaeda camps prior to 9-11 and then returned to the United States. There is no indication they had any support role in that attack, or even had fore knowledge it would take place.
CLOSE
While few details are known at this point, the real significance of these arrests is that the suspects are not foreign nationals like the 9-11 hijackers....but U.S. citizens. One was naturalized, but the others, we are told, were born and raised here. That has to be a great concern for the FBI as they search out other terrorists cells. Jim

Stewart, CBS News Washington))[11Missing-girl]


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Divers searched Philpott Lake yesterday in search of Jennifer Short...
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They were looking for anything that might help authorities investigating the girl's disappearance, and the murder of her parents.
Yesterday's search wasn't prompted by a specific tip. Henry County Sheriff Frank Cassell says it's one facet of a continuing investigation.
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((FRANK CASSELL/ HENRY CO. SHERIFF: WE'RE ELIMINATING A LOT OF PEOPLE, AND QUITE FRANKLY A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE NOT BEEN ELIMINATED. SO YOU KNOW IT NARROWS, BUT STILL WE'RE LOOKING FOR THAT ONE REALLY GOOD CLUE THAT WE DON'T QUITE HAVE YET.))
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Dive teams from Henry and Franklin counties searched the area near Philpott Dam. They took a close look at boat landings and nearby coves.
But they reported no significant discoveries.
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[ANCHOR=Joy]
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[WRITER=jen]
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[BOTH MICS HOT] Still to come on News 7 Saturday Morning... we'll talk to some members of a local group that supports those who are trying to overcome the adversity of losing a limb...
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And
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a group of lake residents are opening their doors to the public.. we'll go inside one of them in this week's Home Tour...
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[Home-Tours]


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When Mike and Dolores Mutchler were looking for a place to retire, they built their home by the lake. Now that they've settled in, the Mutchlers are opening their home to the public as part of the Smith Mountain Lake Charity Home tour. We take a sneak peek in this week's hometown home tour.
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If you are interested in going on the Smith Mountain Lake Home Tour,
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[Take SML Tour Info FS] They will be October 4 -6 from 10-5 each day. Tickets are 20 dollars in advance and 25 dollars after October 3rd. You can call 297-TOUR for more information...
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[take webaddress FS] Or you can log onto our website at WDBJ7 dot com.
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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning...... The F-B-I believes there is an al-Qaida terrorist cell in upstate New York...
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And Roanokers welcome a Jazz legend for this year's Blues and Jazz festival...
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[ANCHOR=Joy]
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Boeing machinists will NOT strike.
The Union failed to get the two-third majority vote it need yesterday to launch a strike.
But as Kevin McCarty reports the majority of workers rejected the company's contract offer.
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[SUPER=01-John Gilham/Machinist; :31]
[SUPER=01-Charles Craft/Shop Steward; :56]
[SUPER=01-Kevin McCarty/CBS News; 1:37]
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A Southside company is expanding its facilities...
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Universal Leaf Tobacco Company just completed renovating its processing plant in the City of Danville. The decision adds up to an investment of 28-million dollars and 38 jobs at the location. Governor Mark Warner says change to Southside comes with each economic announcement.
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((GOV. MARK WARNER/(D) VIRGINIA; ONE OF THE WAYS WE CAN MAKE MORE OF THESE ANNOUNCEMENTS HAPPEN IS NOT ONLY AN EXPANSION OF EXISTING FACILITIES BUT HOW YOU BRING IN NEW PROSPECTS AND THE FACT THAT WE'VE DOUBLED THE NEW PROSPECTS THAT WE BRING TO SOUTHSIDE.))
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With its processing plant and administrative offices in Richmond - the total workforce is about 7-hundred.
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Financial woes force a Pulaski textile company to file for bankruptcy.
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Jefferson Mills textiles filed for chapter-eleven bankruptcy, Monday.
The company processes raw materials to make yarn.
Officials say the textile industry overall has seen a major decline in profit, and as a result, the mill has suffered.
The company is now in the process of closing one of its two mills to form one major operation.
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((DAVID SPANGLER/JEFFERSON MILLS CO. PRESIDENT: IT'S GOT TO BE DONE IN ORDER FOR THE COMPANY TO SURVIVE STAY IN BUSINESS IT GOT TO A POINT THAT IT HAD TO BE DONE))
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Jefferson Mills employs about 200 people.
About 20 will be affected by the closing.
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[ANCHOR=Joy]
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The Blue Ridge "Blues and Jazz Festival" started on a good note last night...
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Jazz Trumpeter Arturo Sandoval performed to a packed house at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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Sandoval is a Cuban native who sought asylum here in the U.S. nearly a decade ago.
A former prot�g� of jazz giant Dizzy Gillespie, Sandoval has won four Grammy Awards and the prestigious Ascap Founders Award.
Last night's performance marked the opening of the Roanoke Symphony's Pop Season as well as the kick off to the blues and jazz festival.
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That event will continue today from noon until 10 at Elmwood Park.

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Two reverends have had opposite views on homosexuality for years... Now Reverend Mel White is Jerry Falwell's next-door neighbor...
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White and his partner Gary Nixon recently leased a home right across the street from Falwell's Thomas Road Baptist Church. They say their goal is to convince Falwell's congregation and students that gays are people too.
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((REV. MEL WHITE/SOULFORCE INC.; THEY'VE HEARD A LOT ABOUT HOW BAD GAY PEOPLE ARE, HOW DANGEROUS, HOW THREATENING. BUT WHEN THEY SEE US FACE TO FACE, I THINK THEY'LL REALIZE THAT WE'RE AS BORING AND YET AS LOVING AS THEY ARE.)) ((REV. JERRY FALWELL/THOMAS RD. BAPTIST CHURCH; I HOPE THEY COME ENOUGH TIMES DURING THEIR YEAR'S LEASE TO HEAR ENOUGH OF THE GOSPEL TO STOP LIVING IN SIN, AND GO BACK TO HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN WHO HE ABANDONED A FEW YEARS AGO.))
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Falwell has declined White's invitation to dinner at their new home, calling it a "publicity stunt".
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[ANCHOR=Joy]
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[WRITER=jen]
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[BOTH MICS HOT] Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning... we'll see how movie directors are making special effects and camera angles fly...
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Brent]

And Ice Cube can't cut it when he inherits a barbershop from his father... we'll tell you if it's worth sitting in the chair at the theater... But first if you are traveling today...
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[Coptervision]


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Movies, commercials and videos are becoming more detail-oriented. And directors are always looking for new ways to wow their audiences. Manuel Gallegus has a behind the scenes look at how they get those amazing shots...
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((IT MAY LOOK LIKE A TOYBUT THIS HELICOPTER CAN DO SOME SERIOUS WORK

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YOUVE SEEN THOSE AMAZING SHOTS FROM BUZZING CARS IN THE SKY, TO FALLING DOWN AN ELEVATOR SHAFT, CAMERAS ARE GOING PLACES THEYVE NEVER GONE BEFORE.
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--MORE NAT- AT COPTERVISION IN LOS ANGELES, THEY DESIGN THE REMOTE CONTROLLED GADGETS THAT GET THOSE SPECIAL ANGLES THEY MAKE SMALL SCALE COPTERS, AND THIS LITTLE ROBOT THAT ROLLS WITH THE ACTION.
BUSINESS IS GOOD-BECAUSE IN HOLLYWOOD, SUCCESS OFTEN COMES FROM LOOKING DIFFERENT.

-SOT-DANIELA MELTZER Coptervision


We get everything from feature films to commercials to videos
-STAND-UP- With its six foot blade span, the Coptervision helicopter can get into some pretty tight spaces. Remote controlled, it gives a director the kind of shots they just cant get anywhere else.
THERES A PILOT ONE WHO CALLS THE SHOTS AND A SUPERVISOR FOR SAFETY. THE CREW SAYS DIRECTORS ALWAYS GET EXCITED WHEN THEY SEE WHAT THE GADGETS CAN DO.

-SOT-DANNY HERNANDEZ/"COPTERVISION"


You give them a couple of ideas and they just go wild, do it this way do it that wayits like a kid with a new toy.
-NAT CLIPS-- SO NEXT TIME YOUR EYE CATCHES A SHOT THAT DOESNT SEEM HUMANELY POSSIBLE, IT MAY NOT BE A HUMAN AT ALL MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS HOLLYWOOD.)) [2-BIRTHDAYS!] 9/15/02
Sunday:

[SUPER=130-11/Leah Taylor/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-2/Lynsey Taylor/New Castle]



[SUPER=130-8/Keenan Lee/Rocky Mount]



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No Pictures:

[SUPER=131-/Howard Ferguson/Snow Creek]



[SUPER=131-/Shirley McBride/Figsboro]



[SUPER=131-/Linda Akers/Snow Creek]



[SUPER=131-/Mable Pullen/Rocky Mount]



[SUPER=131-/Kate Reynolds/Truevine]