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Coming up on News 7 -
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Authorities say a semiautomatic rifle found in the sniper suspects car- has been linked to 11 shootings.
This is the scene in downtown Roanoke tonight- firefighters still working a warehouse blaze- Some streets are still closed. - We'll have a live report.
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News 7 at Eleven is next.

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Two people in custody.. suspects in the Sniper attacks.
And Tonight officials say they have the connection linking the men to the killings.
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((MIKE BOUCHARD/ATF, BALTIMORE FIELD OFFICE: THE RESULTS OF FORENSIC TESTS ARE THAT WEAPONS FOUND ARE LINKED IN THE FOLLOWING SHOOTINGS.))
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ATF Agent Mike Bouchard went on to list 11 of the D-C area shootings- including five shootings that happened here in Virginia.
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[Sniper]


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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Agent Bouchard says the rifle is linked to 11 of the killings- but he says other evidence links all of the shootings.
And tonight as evidence comes in- speculation about a motive is also coming out.
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Drew Levinson is following this story. He joins us live from Rockville Maryland with the latest.
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(( AFTER THREE WEEKS OF DEADLY SHOOTINGS, THE MAN HEADING UP THE SNIPER INVESTIGATION FINALLY HAD SOME GOOD NEWS. TWO ARRESTS WERE MADE. CHARLES MOOSE/MONTGOMERY COUNTY POLICE CHIEF "We now consider them suspects in the string of shootings in Maryland, Virginia, and DCTERMS." THE SNIPER ODESSEY ENDED HERE AT A MARYLAND REST-STOP. 41-YEAR OLD JOHN ALLEN MUHAMMAD AND 17-YEAR OLD JOHN LEE MALVO WERE CAUGHT NAPPING IN THEIR CAR. THEY SURRENDERED PEACEFULLY. DOUG DUNCAN/MONTGOMERY COUNTY EXCUTIVE: "Tonight the people of Montgomery County and the nation are breathing a collective sigh of relief." MUHAMMAD APPEARED IN FEDERAL COURT IN BALTIMORE, AND WAS ORDERED HELD WITHOUT BAIL ON UNRELATED FIREARMS CHARGES. ON FRIDAY, PROSECUTORS WILL DISCUSS FURTHER CHARGES AGAINST BOTH MEN. INSIDE THEIR CAR, INVESTIGATORS FOUND A BUSHMASTER RIFLE LIKE THIS ONE, AND LINKED IT TO AT LEAST TEN OF THE THIRTEEN ATTACKS. THEY ALSO DISCOVERED THE TRUNK HAD BEEN RIGGED SO THAT A SHOOTER COULD FIRE OUT OF IT. AND MOST DISTURBING, TRAFFIC RECORDS SHOWING THE CAR HAD BEEN STOPPED SEVERAL TIMES IN THE WASHINGTON DC AREA FOR SPEEDING AND RUNNING RED LIGHTS. BUT IT WAS NEVER SEARCHED AT ANY ROADBLOCKS. AND NOW, AS THE NATION REMEMBERS ALL THOSE WHO DIED AND WERE INJURED ... THERE IS ALSO A GREAT HOPE. As for a possible motive...a Seattle newspaper says Muhammad who converted to Islam was known to be sympathetic to the men who hijacked the jetliners on September 11th. Drew Levinson, CBS News, Washington.. Now back to you.))

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Citizens across Virginia are breathing easier after today's arrests in the sniper case.
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Motorists say they're more comfortable pumping gas.
Richmond-area parents say they believe their children are safer now.
And Governor Mark Warner admitted he is personally relieved by the arrests.
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The governor is praising police for their work leading to today's arrests in the sniper investigation.
Warner says the last few weeks have been like a "rollercoaster."
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[Warehouse-Fire]


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A massive warehouse fire in Downtown Roanoke is under control tonight. The fire broke out just after 2-o'clock in the 300 Block of Salem Avenue, next door to the Transportation Museum.
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Justin McLeod has been on the scene all day today, and joins us now with the latest.
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((ROLLCUE:...a different story nearly 10 hours ago.))
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[Police-Shooting]


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The investigation continues into the second shooting this year involving a Danville Police officer and a member of the public.
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Early this morning at the intersection of Piedmont Drive and Mount Cross Road, officials say an officer shot 25-year-old Charles Jackson Lynch the Third. He's hospitalized in critical condition. Officials say two off-duty cops stumbled upon an altercation between two groups there after finishing their shift. They were in uniforms but in an UN-marked car. Officials say when an officer tried to get control of the fight - - Lynch attempted to run him over and that's when shots were fired. State Police are handling the investigation. They're still interviewing witnesses and say that so far no charges have been filed.
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[Workman]


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Drug Enforcement Agent- and murder suspect Timothy Workman says he wishes he hadn't killed a man outside O'Charley's Restaurant in February. But, he said: he didn't have a choice.
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Workman today told the jury that the man who was with Keith Bailey that night had threatened to kill him. James *Bumbry* had been in Bailey's car as they were all getting ready to leave the restaurant parking lot. Bumbry said something to Workman and a woman he was with, prompting Workman to give him "the finger." Workman says Bumbry jumped out of the car and said, "you don't know who I am."
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[VO-NAT]

This evening, two women corroborated Workman's story that Bailey was choking him. The Harmon sisters also said they THOUGHT one of the other guys MIGHT have had a gun.
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The case is expected to go to the jury tomorrow.


[Newman]


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A Franklin County teenager is one of the first to feel the effects of Virginia's new animal cruelty law.
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Lee Newman was charged with a felony and a misdemeanor for the death of one dog and the starvation of another he failed to feed or water for at least two weeks in July. Newman says he wasn't allowed to take the dogs with him when he moved. But, he says, he left them food and water and planned on returning when he could. Despite Newman's argument, Judge William Alexander sentenced the nineteen year old to sixty days in jail and 2 years probation.
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((CLIFF HAPGOOD/COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: CLEARLY THE MAN HAD NO GOOD REASON AS TO WHY HE COULDN'T HAVE HELPED THOSE DOGS AND FOR THAT CALLOUSNESS I BELIEVE A PERSON SHOULD BE INCARCERATED.))
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((CAROLYN FURROW/NEWMAN'S ATTORNEY: IT'S VERY HARD BEING NINETEEN AND STARTING OUT. I'M DISAPPOINTED THAT HE'S GONNA HAVE TO DO THAT WITH TWO MISDEMEANOR CONVICTIONS BUT I THINK HE'LL OVERCOME THAT.))
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Judge Alexander reduced the felony charge to a misdemeanor because the Commonwealth couldn't prove Newman's actions directly resulted in the dog's death.
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[Bowman]


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Friends of Garrison Bowman say investigators in the Jennifer Short case are holding the wrong man.
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John Beasley has known Gary Bowman for 15 years.
He's also friends with Bowman's landlord, who told investigators Bowman threatened to kill a Virginia mobile home mover and had maps marked with the Short's home.
Beasley says he's convinced Bowman is being wrongfully implicated.
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((JOHN BEASLEY: HE'S A NICE PERSON. HE'S A REAL KIND-HEARTED PERSON AND THERE'S BEEN A LOT OF BAD THINGS SAID ABOUT HIM BY PEOPLE THAT DON'T KNOW HIM AND NEVER MET HIM AND I WISH THEY'D JUST STOP UNTIL EVERYTHING COMES OUT IN THE OPEN.))
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Beasley allowed Bowman to leave his mobile home on his property before he moved to Canada in August.
Investigators searched it three times, but so far have found nothing that links Bowman to the Shorts.
They interviewed Bowman again yesterday for several hours and said he was cooperative.
Bowman is in a private cell at the Roanoke City jail for now.
He'll have another detention hearing in the next few days before he faces a federal grand jury November 12th.
Beasley says Bowman's welcome to stay with him in the meantime.
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Three Americans are among the hundreds still being held hostage in a Russian Theater. That story still ahead on News 7 at 11.
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and also, and a charity that delivers meals to homebound seniors says it needs more volunteers to keep rolling.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, folks. Travis Wells back in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, this former Cav is set to Dazzle the Star City. The Big East Coaches weigh in on the Lady Hokies, and VMI is set to go after its 3rd straight win on the gridiron. Plus Steve Mason checks in with another former Cav, Thomas Jones now in his 3rd NFL season. All that and more coming your way in sports.))

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Day two and armed rebels are still holding people hostage inside a Russian theater.
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Chechen rebels holding the people say they want the Russian army out of Chechnya.
They say unless that happens they will shoot the hostage or blow up the building.
Hundreds were at the theater to see a popular musical when the rebels stormed in.
Three Americans are among those being held.
Today one person was killed- a woman apparently trying to escape.. was shot and killed.
Reports say she was in her twenties.
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[Ryder]


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Winona Ryder appeared in court today, as her shoplifting trial got under way on grand theft, burglary and vandalism charges.
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Ryder is charged with shoplifting some 6-thousand of designer goods from Saks Fifth Avenue, in Beverly Hills ten months ago. Store detectives say the security cameras caught Ryder acting suspiciously, and one investigator claims she saw Ryder kneeling on a dressing room floor... cutting security tags off of merchandise. Ryder's attorney has accused the Saks employees of lying. If convicted, Ryder could face up to nine years in prison.
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Still to come, without more volunteers, officials with Meals on Wheels say the charity could be facing a bumpy road ahead...
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and Halloween is still a week away, but these hippos were getting an early taste of a holiday treat.
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[Meals-Wheels]


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They're looking for a few good men.. and women.
As our country's population ages, the demand goes up for services like Meals On Wheels.
But as Steve Smallshaw reports, the agency is in dire need of volunteers to keep things moving.
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(( It's a weekday morning and the A-S-C building in Lynchburg is bustling.
While workers prepare meals in the kitchen, Meals On Wheels volunteers like Ken Kessler load up their cars and head out.
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((K.K. KESSLER/VOLUNTEER: HOPING SOMEDAY THAT SOMEBODY WILL BRING ME MY MEALS.))
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That's the agency's problem.
Many of its volunteers are elderly themselves and are increasingly unable to deliver hot meals to other senior citizens.
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((CAROLYN MAHONE/MEALS ON WHEELS: WITHOUT THE VOLUNTEERS FOR MEALS ON WHEELS, THIS PROGRAM WOULD DIE. WE DEPEND GREATLY ON OUR VOLUNTEERS BECAUSE THERE'S NO WAY WE COULD AFFORD TO PAY TO HAVE ALL THESE MEALS DELIVERED.))
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Mahone says the situation right now is critical.
Four delivery routes are down and she already has 100 vacancies for next year.
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((I WANTED TO INTRODUCE YOU, THIS IS JEAN YATES..))
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So the call has gone out and churches are responding.
Jean Yates is heading up a group that will deliver meals on Fridays.
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((JEAN YATES/VOLUNTEER: OUR CHURCH IS AN OLDER CHURCH AND WE HAVE A NUMBER OF OUR OWN MEMBERS WHO RECEIVE MEALS ON WHEELS AND I FELT LIKE SOMEONE COMING FROM MEALS ON WHEELS TO TELL US ALL THE THINGS THEY DO, WE REALLY AT OUR CHURCH AT COLLEGE HILL NEEDED TO GET INVOLVED.))
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((GOOD MORNING HOW ARE YOU? I'M ALL RIGHT. YOU'RE ALL RIGHT?))
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Helping out, organizers say, can be very fulfilling.
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((MAHONE: FOR MANY OF OUR RECIPIENTS THE ONLY PERSON THEY EVER SEE IS THE PERSON WHO'S BRINGING THEM THAT MEAL. SO NOT ONLY ARE YOU BRINGING THEM NOURISHMENT FOR THEIR BODY YOU'RE ALSO PROVIDING THAT SMALL BIT OF COMPANIONSHP THAT THEY NEED, THAT WE ALL NEED.))
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Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

[Hippos-Pumpkins]


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Some Hollywood heavyweights got an early Halloween treat today.
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These hippos at the Los Angeles Zoo gnashed and gnawed at the holiday gourd-fest to the delight of park visitors. It's all part of the annual Boo! at the L-A Zoo. Zoo keepers have transformed the park into a spooky holiday "de-fright" that includes creepy creature encounters, spooky entertainment, and tons of goodies for little Halloween tricksters.
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[S-Girls]


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We start on the hardwood at William Fleming where the Lady Colonels met up with Salem tonight.
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Fleming jumped all over the Lady Spartans early in this one.
Shokia Taylor gets free with the nice pump fake and then buries the fifteen footer for two.
A little later, the home team works it around to Khadija Whittington who scores off the window after the spin o-rama. Fleming led it 13 o 4.
Salem's Tabitha Veney then finds the opening in the Colonels zone. She hits the baseline jumper but
[SUPER=33-Salem/35/William Fleming/58/;]

William Fleming goes on to win it 58 to 35.
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[S-Women]


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The Big East held its annual women's basketball media day today in New Jersey and the Lady Hokies were picked to finish fifth by the league's coaches.
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Connecticut and Notre Dame tied for the top spot in the preseason poll splitting the 14 first place votes. For Tech Head Coach Bonnie Henrickson, five letter winners, including two starters return from last season's NIT team.

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The local chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame honored four new members tonight, including three local inductees.
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Wallace Coffey wrestled at Jefferson High School in the 1940's and won a state title. He also officiated several state tournaments.
Barry Trent wrestled for William Byrd and won the 132 pound state title in 1974. Trent also was the Terriers head coach from 1980 to 1995.
And the late Spencer Chang who won eleven district championships and a regional title while serving as the head coach at Martinsville was also honored tonight.
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[S-Jones]


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Former Powell Valley and Virginia star running back Thomas Jones is in his third NFL season. Steve Mason has more on the Arizona Cardinal who has made himself right at home in the land of the desert.
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((After helping the Cardinals to their second straight win October sixth against the Carolina Panthers, Jones enjoyed part of his bye week in Charlottesville watching his at his alma mater defeat Clemson. And while Tiki Barber is probably still the most popular Cavalier in the NFL, Jones is quickly becoming as productive as his mentor. ((:)) The dividends were never more evident than in week two against Seattle. Jones rushed for a career high 173 yards and a touchdown. He had 112 rushes in 16 games last year. Thomas is just 21 carries off that total in only six games this season. ((:))
UVa's all time leading rusher is already two yards shy of his entire rushing output from 2001 and he still has 10 games to play. Jones offensive line is improved and so is the most important part of his NFL game.)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:))



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The VMI Keydets are back at home this weekend looking for their third straight win. The Liberty Flames come to Lexington with a record of 2 and 5, but Cal McCombs thinks they're much better than that.
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[S-Clemson]


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On the field tonight, N.C. State made short work of Clemson, answering their critics, at least for the time being.

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The unbeaten Wolfpack got two touchdowns and 192 yards rushing from T-A McClendon and the Pack stays
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unbeaten with a 38 to 6 drubbing of Clemson.
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The high school football season continues to wind down. Mike Stevens will have highlights from 12 games tomorrow night on Friday Football Extra. Here's a look at the Week 9 schedule with the home team listed on the bottom of each matchup.
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