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Today on News 7 at five, divers in Rockingham County, North Carolina make another discovery near the site where human remians were found last week. We'll have the details.
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Plus an accident on Interstate 81 has left one person dead and traffic blocked.
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The short term forecast is warm and humid for early October. The longer term outlook may contain rain from Lili. All the latest forecast details coming up.

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Also bargain hunters boost the stock markets.
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Two people are dead after a man attacked the driver of a moving bus.
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Plus Mike Stevens says some Winston Cup teams are shaking up their personnel.
News 7 at five is next.

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A Campbell County woman is dead after her car collided with a train south of Rustburg this afternoon.
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State police say Bessie Yuille (yool) of Gladys was crossing the tracks on Billy Lane when her car was hit broadside by a northbound Norfolk Southern locomotive.
The impact pushed the car about 150 yards down the track before the train stopped.
Yuille was killed instantly.. her passenger, 54-year-old Louise Blair, suffered minor injuries.
Authorities say the train was going about 35 miles an hour at the time of the accident.
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A tractor trailer accident is tying up traffic on Interstate 81 this evening.
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[Pinnacle Full]
State police say an out-of-state tractor trailer overturned this afternoon in the southbound lanes at mile marker 105 near Radford.
The driver was killed.
One southbound lane is open, but state police are reporting a serious back-up that could last several hours.
They suggest Southbound traffic detour onto Route-11 at exit 114 and get back on the interstate at exit 98.
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It will be one more day before we know for sure whether the skeletal remains found in North Carolina are Jennifer Short's.
Authorities now say they expect the results of the D-N-A analysis some time tomorrow afternoon.
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Marya Jones is outside the Rockingham County Sheriff's office with the latest.
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((ROLLCUE:...evidence is mounting that they are.))
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[SUPER=01-Maj. Jimmy Thomas/Rockingham Co., NC Sheriff's Department; :51]
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[5-Bus-Attack]


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Police have a suspect in the attack on board a greyhound bus in California last night but they still don't have a motive. A passenger slashed the driver's neck causing the bus to run off the highway near Fresno The driver survived but others did not. Chris Lawrence reports.
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((It was easy enough to right a bus that flipped and crashed near Fresno, California. But much more difficult to undo the damage to the people involved.
NAT.
Its been an emotional day for passengers on that bus, as they finally reunited with their families in San Jose. And they were the fortunate ones, as the crash killed two women on board.

(NAT CRASH SITE)


Police say this man caused the crash when he slashed the bus drivers throat. Arturo Tapia Martinez has been booked on two counts of murder and one count of attempted murder.

(LT. MARGARET MIMS/FRESNO COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPT )

There was no clue there was going to be any trouble on board that bus.
Witnesses described how Martinez got out of his seat, walked up the aisle and attacked the driver with a pair of scissors.

(LT. MIMS )

There was no yelling, there was no threats, no arguing before.
Which left passengers with no chance to stop him.

(WITNESS FROM LAST NIGHT - )

It went off the road, slid off on its side, slamming on the bottom.
The driver survived, two of his passengers did not.

(NAT FROM TENNESSEE CRASH OCT. 3, 2001)


This is only the most recent bus attack. A year ago, a Greyhound passenger cut the drivers throat in Tennessee, which caused a crash that killed seven. Greyhound has hired a private company to screen some passengers with electric wands, but the inspectors are only posted at some terminals. Police say this attack was not related to terrorism at all. Chris Lawrence CBS News Los Angeles.))

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Fifteen people are now reported dead in the collision of two navy planes in India.
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A police official says the planes were flying in formation when their wings collided today. They then crashed in a residential area in western India known for its resorts on the Arabian Sea. One plane struck a house under construction and the other crashed into a field. Police say all 12 crew members and three people on the ground were killed. Eight construction workers have also been reported injured. An Indian air force spokesman says the planes were practicing for an anniversary celebration.
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One day after it killed four people in Jamaica, Hurricane Lili has hit eastern Cuba.
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Trackers report the Hurricane is packing 85 mile an hour winds and is expected to gather force on its path toward the Gulf of Mexico.
Lili was following the same track as Hurricane Isidore, which caused extensive flooding in the western tip of Cuba only 11 days ago, before battering Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Flooding is expected to be worse this time because the land is waterlogged from Isidore's heavy rainfall.
The government has evacuated 120 thousand people from their homes.
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U-N Weapons inspectors and Iraqi officials ahve reached a tentative agreement for the inspectors return to Iraq.
At the same time, both the United Nations and Congress are reviewing resolutions dealing with Saddam Hussein.
Teri Okita has more.
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[SUPER=01-Hans Blix/Chief U-N Weapons Inspector;]
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((TRACK: IF ALL GOES AS PLANNED, AN ADVANCE PARTY OF U-N WEAPONS INSPECTORS COULD BE IN BAGHDAD WITHIN TWO WEEKS. WHILE THE LEAD INSPECTOR DODGED QUESTIONS ABOUT WHETHER HE WAS SATISFIED WITH THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN BAGHDAD AND HIS TEAM, HE SAYS IRAQ ACCEPTS ALL THE GROUNDRULES FOR INSPECTIONS.

(Super: Hans Blix/Chief U.N. Weapons Inspector)
SOT: On the question of access access to all sites (he said something

like that)
TRACK: BUT THAT ALL-ACCESS PASS DOESNT INCLUDE SADDAM HUSSEINS EIGHT PRESIDENTIAL COMPOUNDS DEEMED SENSITIVE SITES BY THE IRAQIS. INSPECTORS WOULD BE ALLOWED IN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, AND THAT HAS MANY SKEPTICS QUESTIONNG JUST HOW SUCCESSFUL THE SEARCHES WOULD BE.
IRAQ SAYS IT WILL ABIDING BY ALL THE U-N RULES.

(Super: Amir Al Sadi/Iraqi Negotiator)
SOT: practical arrangement every inspection goes to a sensitive site.


TRACK: KEY MEMBERS OF THE U-N SECURITY COUNCIL WOULD LIKE TO SEE HOW THE INSPECTIONS GO BEFORE AGREEING TO TOUGHER ACTION AGAINST IRAQ, BUT THEY ARE REVIEWING A JOINT U-S-BRITISH RESOLUTION CALLING FOR MILITARY STRIKES SHOULD IRAQ FAIL TO COMPLY.
TRACK: AT THE SAME TIME, PRESIDENT BUSH IS REJECTING A NEW, BI-PARTISIAN CONGRESSIONAL MEASURE THAT NARROWS THE CONDITIONS FOR AN INVASION OF IRAQ SHOULD THE U-S DECIDE TO "GO IT ALONE. THE PRESIDENT SAYS THE RESOLUTION ISNT BROAD ENOUGH TO DEAL WITH SADDAM HUSSEIN.

SOT: Bush:

I dont want a resolution which ties my hands.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: The White House has said before that Iraqs cat-and-mouse game of allowing weapons inspectors into some areas, and not others, is more reason why Saddam cant be trusted and why a tougher U-N resolution is needed. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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A congressional panel is again hearing that critical intelligence information wasn't shared prior to September eleventh. A congressional investigator says the F-A-A didn't get an F-B-I memo until *after* the attacks -- a memo warning that al-Qaida might be training terrorist pilots in the U-S.
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Eleanor Hill told the House and Senate Intelligence Committees the F-A-A didn't have a copy of the memo until information about it became public earlier this year.
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((ELEANOR HILL/STAFF DIRECTOR, JOINT INQUIRY STAFF: WE WERE TOLD THAT NOT ALL THREAT INFORMATION IN POSSESSION OF THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY OR LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, IS NECESSARILY SHARED WITH AGENCIES THAT NEED IT THE MOST IN ORDER TO COUNTER THE THREATS.))
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Hill also told the committees today that government personnel have complained about ''ever-present'' hurdles to information sharing, including legal and bureaucratic issues.

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Coming up next on the newscast, workers walk out of a local day care. We'll tell you why,
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[VO] Plus on Health Check, we will tell you why this class could save your life.
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Some Botetourt County parents are scrambling to find care for their kids after a child center suddenly closed its doors...
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Dale Poff had two kids in the Train-'Em Up program at Valley Christian Center. He says he was called this morning to pick them up because three of the five teachers at the location walked out.
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((DALE POFF/PARENT; IT WAS TOLD TO ME THAT BECAUSE SOME OF THE WORKERS HAD MENTIONED ABOUT THE SEVERANCE PAY LAST NIGHT THAT THE ASSOCIATE PASTOR GOT UPSET ABOUT THAT LAST NIGHT AND THEIR WAS A DISCRETION THIS MORNING ABOUT IT.))
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The church says it planned on closing the day care center in November because the church is relocating to Roanoke. Officials told parents they would take care of the children until then. The associate pastor says he expected the teachers to stay on until November along with agreeing to a severance package.
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[*****ANCHOR TAG*****] In health check tonight,
A passing grade in this program could save your life.
It's called the Breast Cancer College...a series of workshops to give women the tools they need to fight the disease.
As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton reports, it's all part of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
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Doctor Alan Henry sees women like Catherine Stoll every day, women concerned about breast cancer.
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((CATHERINE STOLL: IT WAS VERY FRIGHTENING. I LOST A SISTER-IN-LAW TO BREAST CANCER AND I SAW WHAT SHE WENT THROUGHT IT AND IT WAS HORRIBLE)) [RUNS06]
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[IN Q=But because of advanced technology]

((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: BUT BECAUSE OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY WOMEN NOW HAVE MORE OPTIONS THAN EVER BEFORE IN THE TREATMENT AND DIAGNOSIS OF BREAST CANCER, OPTIONS THAT ARE LESS PAINFUL AND MINIMALLY INVASIVE)) [RUNS14]
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But Doctor Henry says many patients aren't informed about all those options, that's why he's came up with the idea of a Breast Cancer College.
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((IF THEY MAKE THE DECISIONS THAT ARE BEST FOR THEM. IN THE LONG RUN PEOPLE WILL DO BETTER FROM A PHYSICAL STANDPOINT. THEY'LL RECOVER BETTER. THEY'LL BE MORE SATISFIED WITH THE TREATMENT THEY RECEIVED)) [RUNS14]
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And although about 200-thousand women in this country are still diagnosed with breast cancer every year --more are surviving.
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[IN Q=We have seen a 10 percent decline in the mortality]

((WE HAVE SEEN A 10-PERCENT DROP IN THE MORTALITY FOR BREAST CANCER. IT'S PERSISTENT IT'S QUITE REAL AND WE THINKS IT'S DO TO MULTIPLE FACTORS, EARLY DETECTION, MORE AGGRESSIVE EARLY DIAGNOSIS,AND BETTER TREATMENT MODALITIES)) [RUNS16]
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And doctor Henry believes the more his patients know, they better chance they have of battling the disease.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke. ))
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[FS]
The Breast Cancer College will be held every Tuesday in October and the first Tuesday in November at 7pm at Roanoke's Jefferson Center. To RSVP call 540-344-1444. The College is free and open to the public. The first session begins tonight, you can still attend even if you don't have a chance to RSVP.
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Still to come on the newscast, Robin will let us know if Lili will blow through this area,
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[VO]
And Mike Stevens will have some NASCAR news including some firings and a new agreement for the Martinsville Speedway.
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Today following Sports,
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it may seem early to talk Christmas Presents, but if you want some of these...you'll need to start saving your money soon.
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On Wall Street today, the search for bargains sent stocks sharply higher as investors opened a new month and quarter with a shopping spree.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon folks - we begin the Tuesday ticker in the fast lane.
The Winston Cup cars head to Talladega later this week hoping to avoid the wrath of Hurricane Lili. Today a couple of crew chiefs were unable to do just that as Jimmy Makar was removed as crew chief for Bobby Labonte - he will now be a team manager effective next season. And Tommy Baldwin, who won the Daytona 500 to start the season with Ward Burton - is being replaced by Frank Stoddard as crew chief of the Caterpillar Dodge.
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Meanwhile - MW Windows in Rocky Mount announced this afternoon that is extending its sponsorship agreement with the Martinsville Speedway through the 2004 season. The 63 year old company that makes residential windows and doors will sponsor pole days for both Winston Cup events at the the half mile oval. Also, today - Ricky Rudd was on hand for the announcement - he is tenth in the points in his final year with Yates Racing and as always he is anxious to get back to Martinsville.
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Much more from Ricky Rudd tonight on News 7 at Six.

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The National Football League is as mixed up a place as it has ever been this season. The only evidence you need to examine to support that fact is last night's Monday night contest in which the winless Ravens dominated the unbeaten Broncos.
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[SUPER=03-Baltimore, MD/ABC Sports; :00]

Quarterback Chris Redman tossed two touchdown passes to Todd Heap the big second year receiver from Arizona State. The Ravens offense came alive and the special teams were just that. The Ravens blocked a punt and then just before the half - Chris McAllister fielded Jason Elam's short 57 yard field goal attempt in the back of the endzone and returned it 108 yards for a score. The play is the longest scoring play in NFL history. The Ravens led 31-to-3 at halftime and they hang on to win it 34-to-23.
[SUPER=30-Denver/23/Baltimore/34;]

The Ravens scored 31 points in the second quarter last night - in their first two games they had managed to net just 7 points.
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Baseball's divisional playoff open today. Late tonight the D-Backs and Cardinals begin their series. At right tonight the Yankees and Angels open up their best of five, and right now the Twins are ____the A's in game one of their AL division series.
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[SUPER=04-Midway - MLB SlugFest; :00]

If you would rather play the series on your PlayStation 2 or X-Box console from the comfort of your home and let your simulation of the series produce the winner - you can do so on the MLB Slug Fest 2003 video game. However, I should warn you that this version of the American Past time is anything but slow. The creators of the game call it adrenaline style game play. It's more like Sosa and McGwire meet "The Rock" and "Stone Cold." MLB SlugFest.
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Joe Torre steps up to the mic at the top of the hour. I'll see you then - Shannon will wrap up News 7 at Five in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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If the tough economic times don't worry you, you may be in the market for some exclusive--and expensive--christmas gifts....
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This year's edition of the pricey Neiman-Marcus catalog is out and is not for the faint of heart.
Topping the list of must-have gifts are ten sports paintings by the late andy warhol.
The price tag? A mere three million dollars. The catalog also features the ultimate his and her's gifts, personalized action figures.
One figure for each of you will set you back about 75 hundred dollars. Slightly more than a quarter of a million bucks will get you a 29 foot yacht and on the lower end, 18 dollars will buy you a tin of cookies and other snacks.
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