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Today on News 7 at 5, five people are killed over 16 hours in a Washington D.C. suburb. Authorities say the murders may be related.
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Also, it is no longer a Hurricane, but Tropical Storm Lili still packs a punch.
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Very warm weather for October and the chance for passing showers from Lili make up the weather headlines today. More details just ahead.

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Also a supplier of blood to some hospitals in our area says some units may be contaminated.
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We'll tell you why this woman says she is on strike against her family.
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and a local football star announces where he will go to college.
News 7 at 5 is next.
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((Certainly, we are at this point, looking for a white cargo van with black lettering and possibly some damage on a lift in the back.))
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Police in a suburb of Washington, DC are trying to find two suspects and a motive in the shooting deaths of five people.
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Good evening. I'm Shannon Young in for Jean Jadhon.

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The victims in the Montgomery County, Maryland attacks were shot one by one in public places within a 16-hour period. Police say they don't think the motive was robbery or terrorism. Teri Okita reports.
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((In this affluent Washington suburb Police are still trying to put all the pieces together. Five people were shot and killed during a shooting spree that began just before 5:30 yesterday afternoon and 10 o'clock this morning The victims were killed outside gas stations and shopping centers in a 10-ile radius in Montgomery County Maryland.

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"WE STRONGLY FEEL THAT ALL OF THESE ARE CONNECTED, CERTAINLY THE WEAPONRY SEEMS VERY SIMILAR, NOT A LOT OF EVIDENCE, THERE IS NO INDICATION AT THIS POINT THAT THESE INDIVIDUALS KNOW EACH OTHER THERE IS NO INDICATION THAT ANY OF THESE INDIVIDUALS HAD ANY KIND OF CONFLICT WITH ANYONE.
Police believe the shootings were random. one victim was filling his car with gas, one woman was killed outside a post office and another man was mowing his lawn.
Police are now looking for two people in white truck.

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"A SMALL DELIVERY TYPE VEHICLE, MITSUBISHI OR IZUZU TYPE TRUCK, WRITING ON THE SIDE, DENT ON THE REAR END, SEEN LEAVING THE SCENE AT A HIGH RATE OF SPEED."
. STANDUP : not verbatim POLICE URGE CALM..OFFICERS PLACED AT VISIBLE LOCATIONS IN EFFORT TO DETER FURTHER INCIDENTS.))

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Hurricane Lili is now a tropical storm, but she is causing plenty of pain as she sweeps through Louisiana. Stacy Case reports.
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(( SHE LOST SOME PUNCH AS SHE HIT LAND...BUT LILI STILL BATTERED THE GULF COAST WITH HURRICANE FORCE WINDS AND TORRENTIAL RAINS.

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NO ONE RESPECTS LILI'S POWER MORE THAN PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN THIS HOME...FLATTENED BY AN UPROOTED TREE.
MORE TREES TOPPLED, AS THE STORM RAGED ON..

SOT: DAVID GRONER/ NEW IBERIA RESIDENT

"WHEN I STARTED SEEING THE GROUND RISING, YOU COULD TELL THIS THING WAS GETTING READY TO MOVE AND WE HAD TO LEAVE THE HOUSE."

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LILI'S POWERFUL WINDS EXTEND ABOUT 60 MILES FROM THE STORM'S EYE.
IN NEW IBERIA, POWER LINES AND TRAFFIC LIGHTS SLAMMED TO THE GROUND....WHILE ROOFING SHINGLES FLEW THROUGH THE AIR.

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THE TOWN OF MANDEVILLE IS UNDER WATER. FLOODED LAST WEEK BY ISIDORE... THIS COMMUNITY IS ONCE AGAIN UP TO ITS KNEES..OR HIGHER. . AND OFFICIALS FEAR IT COULD GET WORSE.

SOT: MAYOR EDDIE PRICE, MANDEVILLE

"JUST WANT PEOPLE TO BE VERY CAREFUL AND BE WATCHING TO MAKE SURE AS WATER START TO RISE, THEY TAKE SOME PRECAUTION."
FOR THOUSANDS OF EVACUEES WHO SOUGHT HIGHER GROUND...THE BIG QUESTION NOW...HOW BAD WILL IT BE WHEN THEY RETURN TO THEIR HOMES.))

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Virginia Blood Services is telling hospitals not to use its blood after a surgery patient died at the University of Virginia Medical Center.
A spokeswoman says two other patients have reacted to the blood which may be contaminated by bacteria.
The service is telling hospitals in Richmond, Charlottesville, Hopewell, South Hill, Farmville, Lexington, Staunton and Waynesboro NOT to perform transfusions unless it is a matter of life and death.

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Authorities have charged two Virginia Tech students with making explosive devices and setting them off around campus.
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Freshmen Corey Cameron and Kyle Pruett were arrested around one-o-clock this morning...
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after a witness told police he saw them place a bomb inside a newspaper box.
Police later recovered three more bombs...after students reported they heard a loud boom.
Officers say they believe the incident was a prank, but, they are still taking it very seriously.
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((LT. DEBORAH MORGAN/VA TECH POLICE: IN LIGHT OF SEPTEMBER ELEVENTH, ANY BOMB, ANY KIND OF DEVICE THAT'S FOUND MAKES EVERYONE FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE AND ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU HAVE PEOPLE FROM THE RESIDENCE HALLS CALLING IN THAT THEY HEAR AN EXPLOSION, IT SET OFF A FRANTIC BEHAVIOR BY THEM))
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Police say the bombs were made out of a plastic bottle, some type of liquid substance and aluminum foil.
Both men are charged with four counts of manufacturing an explosive device.
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Coming up following the break, we will have the latest on the search for a missing Henry County girl,
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Also one man is arrested after he begins shooting outside the U-N building in New York.
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The man who jumped the fence surrounding U-N headquarters in New York and fired several shots into the air is in police custody.
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Officials say the unidentified gunman was carrying leaflets that decried conditions in North Korea, saying the Communist nation is ``groaning under the weight of starvation and dictatorial suppression.'' Officials say shots from the pistol hit the 18th and 20th floors of the U-N building. There were no injuries.
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President Bush says when it comes to dealing with Iraq, both the United Nations and Saddam Hussein must act responsibly.
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Speaking in Washington, DC today, Mr. Bush also said military action is his "last choice," but stressed that if either side fails to act, the U-S would make a move.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: THE CHOICE IS UP TO THE UNITED NATIONS TO SHOW ITS RESOLVE. THE CHOICE IS UP TO SADDAM HUSSEIN TO FULFILL HIS WORD. AND IF NEITHER OF THEM ACTS, THE UNITED STATES IN DELIBERATE FASHION WILL LEAD A COALITION TO TAKE AWAY THE WORLD'S WORST WEAPONS FROM ONE OF THE WORLD'S WORST LEADERS.))
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The Commander in Chief made the remarks while speaking to leaders of the Hispanic community.

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The investigation into Jennifer Short's disappearance did not bring any new searches today in Virginia or North Carolina. Investigators did conduct more interviews in both states and waited for the D-N-A test results they hope will be availible tomorrow afternoon.
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One location they have searched in recent days is a piece of rental property about five miles from the sight where human remains were discovered last week. Soon after Jennifer Short disappeared and her parents were murdered, investigators searched the property and questioned neighbors. They returned this week. The man who lived there disappeared soon after the murders and is now reportedly living out of the country. But investigators are NOT identifying him as a suspect.
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Invesitgators say their main priority is identifying the remains that were discovered in Rockingham Co.. Additional samples arrived at the medical examiners office in Roanoke late yesterday. It is possible the tests will be completed Friday afternoon.

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Up next on our newscast, Robin will have our weekend forecast,
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Also Brent Watts will show us some beautiful homes on Smith Mountain Lake AND he will explain how you can visit them as well.
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Ever wanted to step inside some of the elaborate homes at the lake? Well, now you can. Ten homeowners at Smith Mountain Lake are opening their doors to the public this weekend, all for the sake of charity.
Brent Watts takes a look inside a few the homes.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, we will meet one woman who has decided to strike out on new territory to get a little help at home,
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and a local football star has made up his mind where he will go to college.
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On Wall Street today, Mixed economic news and profit warnings had stocks giving back some ground as an early-session rally attempt fell short. Alexis Christoforous reports.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Thursday ticker. Hockey is back here in the Valley. The Roanoke Express battles the Richmond Renegades tonight at 7 o'clock at the Ice Station.
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The team is just three days into the 2002 training camp and so far so good.
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National signing day for high school football players isn't until February, but Heritage offensive lineman L.A. Watson has already decided to attend East Carolina next season.
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Watson verbally committed to the Pirates this afternoon. At 6-5, 280 pounds, he bench presses 415 pounds and runs a 5-oh 40. Watson is a senior playing his first full season of varsity football. Several factors went into his decision to play at East Carolina.
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Watson and the Pioneers will tussle with crosstown rival Brookville tomorrow night. Coming up at six, we'll have a complete look at all of the week 6 FFE matchups.

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For the second straight week, the Florida State Seminoles kick off the college football weekend on a Thursday night. The 'Noles hope to avoid a second straight upset when they host Clemson tonight in Bowden Bowl Four.
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The baseball playoffs rolled on today. Right now, the Cardinals lead the D-backs 1-nothing after 3 full innings in Game Two of the N-L D-S. Tonight the Braves and Giants play Game Two of their series in Atlanta.
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In the American League last night, the Angels clubbed four homeruns including this go ahead long ball by Troy Glaus in the 8th. Anaheim took Game two 8 to 6. Game Three is Friday night on the West Coast.
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That's it for the ticker. Coming up at six, Steve Mason checks in with more on the Express. Have a great night e

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A conflict in the small town of Albany Indiana has a lot of people talking. Shana Kelley from CBS affiliate WISH reports it may take some good negotiating sills to get this problem solved.
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