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Police respond to gunshots at an office building in Manhattan this morning--
Source say it appears to be a double murder- suicide.
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And six people were injured during a bus bombing in Pakistan-
Police say it was an act of terrorism.
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[ANCHOR=Leo]
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Some sunshine returns to the area after a weekend filled with rain showers....but will still need a lot more rain...I'll have your forecast....
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly 2-Shot]


News 7 at Noon starts right now...

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ANOTHER suspect from the alleged terror cell in upstate New York is reportedly now in custody.
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[Terrorism]


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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
Federal authorities in Buffalo, New York continue putting together their case against six men, who were arrested over the weekend for being alleged terrorists.
The sixth suspect was returned to the U-S after his arrest in (bah-RAYN) Bahrain.
Jennifer Miller has the latest.
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[SUPER=01-Peter Ahearn/FBI Special Agent;]
[SUPER=01-Sophia Mosed/Suspect's Sister;]
[SUPER=01-Abdul Noman/Suspect's Uncle;]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/CBS News;]
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((

WHILE AUTHORITIES QUESTION THE FIVE AL QAEDA SUSPECTS arrested IN WESTERN NEW YORK, A SIXTH SUSPECT IS BEING DETAINED IN BAHRAIN.
INVESTIGATORS SAY THEY'VE BEEN WATCHING THE MEN FOR MORE THAN A YEAR....AFTER GETTING INFORMATION FROM LOCAL RESIDENTS.

SOT: PETER AHEARN/FBI SPECIAL AGENT

"WE'VE HAD A LOT OF HELP FROM THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY HERE IN WESTERN NEW YORK AND THAT IS CONTINUING."
THE MEN IN U-S CUSTODY.. ALL American born... HAVE BEEN CHARGED WITH PROVIDING MATERIAL SUPPORT AND RESOURCES TO A TERRORIST ORGANIZATION. PROSECUTORS SAY THE MEN WERE TRAINED BY OSAMA BIN LADEN IN AN AL QAIDA CAMP, THE SAME CAMP JOHN WALKER LINDH ATTENDED.

SOT: AHEARN AGAIN

"WHY U-S Citizens WOULD EVEN THINK ABOUT Going TO A Terrorist TRAINING CAMP IS HARD TO BELIEVE."
THEIR RELATIVES SAY THEY TRAVELED TO THE MIDDLE EAST FOR RELIGIOUS STUDIES.

SOT: ABDUL NOMAN, SUSPECT'S UNCLE

"MY NEPHEW IS NOT A TERRORIST."

(SOT: SOPHIA MOSED/SUSPECT'S SISTER) Just because they went to Pakistan

to extend their???/ Islamic religion .. They're not going toi come back to blow down something , you know what I mean , they're innocent people.

(MILLER ON CAMERA CLOSE)


SO FAR, AUTHORITIES ARE NOT DISCLOSING MANY DETAILS OF THIS INVESTIGATION, ONLY SAYING THEY DON'T BELIEVE THESE MEN HAD ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE ATTACKS OF SEPTEMBER 11TH. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK
))

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U-S officials are closer to getting their hands on a terror suspect arrested in Pakistan last week.
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30-year- old Ramzi (Bin- AL- sheeb) Binalshibh is the self-described 'coordinator' of the 9-11 attacks.
Intelligence sources say he's among the group of al- Qaida suspects being taken to the U-S.
[SUPER=03-Hyderabad, Pakistan;]


Meanwhile, a act of terrorism today in southern Pakistan--
Six people were injured-- three of them seriously-- when a small bomb went off inside a bus.
Authorities say the blast left a big hole, about two feet wide, in the floor of the bus.
Officials say no group has yet admitted responsibility, but added it could have been the work of al Qaeda militants.


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Meanwhile the White House is continuing to make its case against Iraq.
While the administration is pushing hard to get the United Nations and Congress to quickly pass resolutions against Iraq, U-S lawmakers are split on the need for speed.
But as John Roberts tells us, one key selling point is access to Iraq's oil.
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((
(sot Bush at UN) "By breaking every pledge - be his deceptions, and by

his cruelties - Saddam Hussein has made the case again himself."

(Bush at UN, Security council, oil fields)
(NARR) At the United Nations President Bush this week again called for

tough action against Iraq. Yet there was no mention of what could be the administration's biggest bargaining chip to lobby the permanent members of the Security Council: If America's allies were to cooperate in the removal of Saddam Hussein, the reward could be good news for those countries' oil industries.
Daniel Yergin�Energy Analyst

(sot Yergin) "Three out of four of the major oil companies in the world

are not even headquartered in the US... they're headquartered in Europe..."

(inspections, oil)
(NARR) Energy analyst Daniel Yergin says while the Bush administration

has lobbyed for military action to dismantle Saddam's program of weapons of mass destruction, military intervention could also open the doors to Iraq's massive 112 billion barrel oil reserve - which UN sanctions have currently placed off limits.

(Yergin sot) "Clearly there's an oil component to this because Iraq is

the second largest holder of oil reserves in the world"

(gas pumps, prices)
(NARR) The potential of military action against Iraq is already

registering in the current price of oil, and will only level off - Yergin says - when consumers feel confident the global supply can fill the Iraqi gap.

(Yergin sot) "Right now there's a fear premium in the price of oil of

perhaps $3 to $5 a barrel that reflects the anticipation that some kind of conflict is down the road in the next few months."

(NARR) Yergin cautions - access to the black gold under Iraq is only a

secondary benefit of toppling Saddam - that the REAL concern of the Administration is Iraq's aggressive pursuit of weapons of mass destruction - and Saddam's track record of USING them...

(Yergin sot) There's a tendecy to think that this is... some great game

of geopolitics and oil.. which has been so familiar in history .. but in a sense, that is the past. This is a different situation with very different circumstances.))



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A scary morning for employees inside a New York City office building--
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A police source says there was an apparent double murder and suicide inside the building near Times Square.
While authorities haven't officially confirmed the conditions of the three victims, the source says all three were shot to death.
The police source also says authorities are looking into whether it was the shooter who called 9-1-1.
The incident rattled the nerves of those who were working there when it happened.
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((KAL AMIN/WORKS IN BUILDING: WE WERE JUST UPSTAIRS, AND WE HEARD THERE WERE COP CARS OUTSIDE, SO THEN WE RAN DOWNSTAIRS."...ENTIRE TIME...YEP.))
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There's no word yet on a possible motive.
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[WXPRO/FULL] SATELLITE TIMELAPSE STORY


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[Campbell-Murder]


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Authorities have arrested another suspect who was wanted in connection with the murder of a Campbell County man.
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25-year-old Tony Stone was shot to death inside his Lynch Station home in mid-August. Authorities have arrested 23-year-old Brian Keith Jones and charged him with murder. He is being held without bond. Another man, Adrian Dawson of Lynchburg was charged with murder last month.
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Dozens of people attended a candlelight vigil last night for Jennifer Short.
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[SUPER=03-Henry Co.]

It was held in Henry County across the street from the Short's Oak Level home. Through song, prayer, and candlelight the community came together to remember the nine year old girl who has been missing now for more than a month.
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Many of the investigators who are working the case attended the vigil to let the family know it is still they're top priority.
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Since Jennifer disappeared, family, friends, and complete strangers have donated to the Jennifer Short fund.
That fund now totals nearly 70-thousand dollars.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we will look at the dangers of strokes in Women and why they are often overlooked,
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But first, we wil have details of accident in Florida that left two people dead.
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Two people died when a tanker truck overturned and burst into flames on a North Florida highway--
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[SUPER=04-Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department;]


Firefighters in Jacksonville say the weather was to blame for the fatal crash yesterday.
They say an S-U-V hydroplaned across the median and hit the tanker, which was carrying eight- thousand gallons of gasoline.
Investigators say both drivers were killed instantly in the explosion.
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Heavy fog, meanwhile, is slowing down the cleanup of a sulfuric acid spill near Knoxville, Tennessee.
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The acid spilled from a train that derailed yesterday, causing around three- thousand people to be evacuated from their homes.
Officials say crews are having trouble distinguishing the smoky, white acid vapors from the fog in the area.
More than 20 people have complained of minor skin and lung irritation from the acid.
Residents are expected to be able to return to their homes until late tonight or tomorrow.
The cleanup could take days.
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Even though thousands of people suffer strokes every year, they are often overlooked in women.
Now doctors are trying to change that, as they look at the different ways symptoms appear in the sexes.
Elizabeth Kaledin has more.
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[SUPER=01-Jeanne Kaufman/Stroke Victim; :11]
[SUPER=01-Elizabeth Kaledin/CBS News; :35]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Ralph Sacco/Neurologist; :52]
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((LAST YEAR, WHILE JEANNIE KAUFMAN WAS PREPARING FOR HER NURSING SCHOOL FINALS SHE FELT A SUDDEN WEAKNESS IN HER RIGHT HAND.
Jeanne Kaufman, Stroke Victim: I lay down then the next thing I knew was 911 was there and I had a stroke
AT AGE 43, SHE WAS ABOUT TO SEE A DOCTOR BECAUSE HER CHOLESTEROL LEVEL HAD TOPPED 200, BUT IT NEVER CROSSED HER MIND THAT SHE COULD HAVE A STROKE
Jeanne Kaufman: my stress level was up because of school but that was it. I never thought it would happen.
ELIZABETH KALEDIN� CBS NEWS ON CAMERA: STROKE IS OFTEN THOUGHT OF AS A "MAN'S DISEASE," BUT OF THE 750,000 STROKES THAT OCCUR IN AMERICA EACH YEAR, 60% ARE IN WOMEN. STROKES KILL MORE WOMEN THAN BREAST CANCER AND AIDS COMBINED. STILL, WOMEN DON'T THINK IT WILL EVER HAPPEN TO THEM, AND NEITHER DO THEIR DOCTORS.
Dr. Ralph Sacco, Neurologist, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center: women that present chest pain are often thought not to have had a heart attack because they don't fit the profile. Well in stroke we're beginning to worry too.

(graphic)

HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, HIGH CHOLESTEROL, OBESITY AND CLOGGING OF THE CAROTID ARTERIES ARE SOME KEY RISK FACTORS FOR STROKE SIGNS THAT A STROKE IS COMING INCLUDE SUDDEN BLINDNESS IN ONE EYE, TINGLING OR NUMBNESS ON ONE SIDE OF THE BODY, DIFFICULTY WALKING AND SUDDEN HEADACHES.
AT THE HELEN HAYES REHABILITATION FACILITY, MORE AND MORE WOMEN ARE BEING TREATED FOR STROKE, SOME IN THEIR TWENTIES AND THIRTIES
Dr. Ralph Sacco: the numbers for the future are close to a million strokes occurring by the year 2010 in the united states and it's on the rise, both in men and in women but particularly in women.
AFTER FOUR MONTHS OF THERAPY, JEANNIE KAUFMAN MADE AN EXCELLENT PHYSICAL RECOVERY, BUT SHE HAS SET HER NURSING SCHOOL PLANS ASIDE
Jeanne Kaufman: they say that in 2-3 years I can come back to it but I still feel that I have the... lacking in speech that I used to have and that my memory isn't as good as it used to be.
FOR NOW HER DREAM OF BEING A NURSE IS ON HOLD... AND SHE FEARS SHE MAY ALWAYS BE A PATIENT. ELIZABETH KALEDIN, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))


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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Next on the newscast, we will see what the Farmer's Almanac is predicting for the winter weather,
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Plus the oldest woman in the world celebrates another birthday.
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[11Read-Alliance]


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Preserving some of the beauty in the Roanoke Valley may be an uphill battle.
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A citizen's group wants to preserve Read Mountain in its present UN-developed state.
Yesterday, the "Read Mountain Alliance" held a hikathon to raise money needed to buy land up and around the mountain.

They'll need at least a half a million dollars.
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[IN Q=This is probably]

((RON CRAWFORD/READ MOUNTAIN ALLIANCE: THIS IS PROBABLY THAT MOST DIFFICULT TIME I'VE EVER SEEN TO RAISE FUNDS, THERE'S JUST SO MANY NEEDS OUT THERE. BUT WE HAVE A ONE TIME CHANCE. IF WE MISS THIS CHANCE AND DEVELOPMENT MOVES UP THE MOUNTAIN WE'VE LOST THE CHANCE FOREVER SO IT'S IMPORTANT FOR US TO TRY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE RIGHT NOW.))
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The Read Mountain Alliance plans to buy the land and then turn it over to Roanoke and Botetourt County to maintain the land as a park for all to enjoy.
The fundraiser attracted more than a hundred hikers and raised more than ten thousand dollars.
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The world's oldest living person is celebrating her 115th birthday in Japan--
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[SUPER=03-Kagoshima, Japan;]


That as Japan pauses to mark its annual "Respect for Aged Day."
Kamato Hongo became the world's oldest living person in March, after the death of a Michigan woman.
She's said to require constant care, and is slightly hard of hearing.
But otherwise, she's said to be in good health.
As of this month, Japan is home to nearly 18-thousand people over the age of 100.
That's four times higher than a decade ago.
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[Farmers-almanac]


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The East Coast could be in for a rough winter -- according to The Old Farmer's Almanac.
The almanac has been around for 211 years.
The latest edition predicts February and March will be very cold -- with a blizzard blanketing much of the east.
Above- average snowfall is also expected in the Cascades and the Rockies, as well as in a band stretching from New Mexico to Kansas City.
Editor-in-chief Jud Hale says the almanac is coming off a pretty good year -- predicting that last winter would be mild, when many other forecasters were looking for cold temperatures.


[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN three points. The NASDAQ has lost 17.

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

Coming up next in sports... highlights from N-F-L Sunday with some local flavor....
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Plus, there is a new leader atop the Winston Cup standings...we'll have the results from the New Hampshire 300, up next.
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[S-Race]


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Rookie Ryan Newman dominated the track in New Hampshire... as he picked up his first career win-- knocking Sterling Marlin out of the points lead at the New Hampshire 300.
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[SUPER=03-Loudon, NH/NBC Sports; :00]


After an hour-lon rain delay, the red flag came out again for showers after just 22 laps.
Following a nearly two hour stoppage, there was finally a little racing.
But that wasn't a good thing for Mike Skinner, who blew an engine and finished dead last.
Rusty Wallace usually likes the Magic Mile, but not yesterday, as he collided with Kyle Petty and never recovered, finishing 19th.
Spring race winner Ward Burton didn't find victory lane either, thanks to this scrape with John Andretti.
Rain drops brought out the yellow again after 199 laps.
Ryan Newman beat Kurt Busch to the caution flag, and after just 7 more laps, was declared the winner of the weather- shortened New Hampshire 300.
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Mark Martin overcame a tire problem to finish 16th and take a 6 point lead in the standings over Sterling Marlin, who was 21st.

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[S-Giants]


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The ST. Louis Rams fall to 2- and- OH after losing to the Giants yesterday. Roanoke's John St. Clair had a tough time trying to keep Michael (Stray- HON) Strahan from Kurt Warner.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-St. Louis, MO/Fox Sports; :00]


Kerry Collins was an almost perfect 11- of- 12 in the first half, including the strike to Jeremy Shockey for the touchdown. The Giants led it 10-nothing.
A little later, Strahan applies the pressure to Warner.
Jason Sehorn picks off the pass and takes it for a 17 point lead. Saint Clair held his own, but Strahan recorded five tackles and forced a fumble for the Giants.
Marshall Faulk tried to lead a Rams comeback with two touchdowns.
[SUPER=30-N.Y. Giants/26/St. Louis/21/;]

But Warner's 2nd interception of the day sealed the deal. The Giants surprise the Rams 26- to- 21.
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At the Meadowlands, the Patriots whipped the Jets, thanks to 269 yards passing, and two T-D's from Tom Brady.
[SUPER=30-New England/44/N.Y. Jets/7/;]


Tebucky Jones and Victor Green scored defensive touchdowns for the defending Super Bowl champs.
New England beat the Jets, 44 to 7.
[SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/Bengals vs. Browns; :18]


In Cleveland, former Hokie Andre Davis scored his second touchdown of the season, a 15 yard reception from Kelly Holcomb.
The Browns beat the Bengals
[SUPER=30-Cincinnati/7/Cleveland/20;]

20- to- 7.
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[S-Davis]


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The Washington Redskins will get their next chance to shine on Monday Night Football tonight against the Philadelphia Eagles.
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[SUPER=03-Landover, MD/Last Sunday; :00]


Steve Spurrier's high flying offense put up some points against the Cards last week.
But the ball coach didn't abandon the running game.
And that was good news for Stephen Davis, who went over a hundred yards rushing with a touchdown.
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Davis and his teammates are plenty excited about playing a divisional rival in front of the entire country on the Monday night stage.
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