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Today on News 7 at 5, the U-N Security Council tells Iraq it must disarm or face severe consequences.
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Plus a civil rights leader tells a Lynchburg audience violence will not solve the problem with Saddam Hussein.
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A super Saturday forecast. Outdoor activities should be highlighted. Details ahead.

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Prosecutors in Northern Virginia say they have strong evidence to build a case against the accused snipers.
Also today two local people are arrested for last week's double murder.
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A broken water main in Chicago floods Lakshore drive during rush hour.
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Plus help could be on the way for people who lost their wells to drought.
News 7 at 5 is next.


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The U-N backs the President when it comes to Iraq.
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((THE RESOLUTION APPROVED TODAY PRESENTS THE IRAQI REGIME WITH A TEST, A FINAL TEST. IRAQ MUST NOW, WITHOUT DELAY OR NEGOTIATIONS, FULLY DISARM. ))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon. [Graphic-Iraq] The United States gets what it wants- A United Nations resolution that tells Saddam Hussein he must comply with weapons inspectors or face military action.
The "15 to nothing" vote in favor of the resolution calls for tougher inspections- and warns Iraq of serious consequences if it does not comply.
Drew Levinson is following the story and joins us live from New York with more.
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((nats.."the draft resolution has been adopted unanimously." IT TOOK TWO MONTHS OF INTENSE DEBATE at the United Nations TO SEND ONE, FINAL MESSAGE TO IRAQ. .. DISARM, OR else......
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"Iraq can be certain that the old game of cheat and retreat, tolerated at other times, will no longer be tolerated."
THE UNANIMOUS VOTE BY THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL GAVE THE UNITED STATES WHAT IT WANTED -- A RESOLUTION THAT COULD MEAN WAR AGAINST IRAQ. U-N WEAPONS INSPECTORS ARE MAKING PLANS TO RETURN TO IRAQ ON NOVEMBER 18TH, TO OFFER ONE LAST CHANCE TO AVOID A CONFLICT. IT WILL BE UP TO THE UNITED NATIONS, NOT THE U-S, TO DETERMINE IF BAGHDAD IS COMPLYING...THAT WAS A CONCESSION GIVEN TO THE FRENCH. JEAN-DAVID LEBITTE/FRENCH U-N AMBASSADOR All of France's diplomatic efforts in the last few weeks were geared toward giving peace a chance. THE RESOLUTION TOUGHENS THE INSPECTION PROCESS. IT GIVES IRAQ SEVEN DAYS TO ACCEPT THE TERMS -- AND 30 DAYS TO DECLARE IF IT HAS ANY CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL OR NUCLEAR PROGRAMS. PRESIDENT BUSH CALLED IT A NEW HOPE FOR THE IRAQI PEOPLE. BUSH- "All patriotic Iraqi's should embrace this resolution as an opportunity for Iraq to avoid war." But on the streets of Baghdad--some see this as a pretext for war. DREW LEVINSON: AND HERE AT THE UNITED NATIONS--IRAQ'S AMBASSADOR SAYS HIS COUNTRY WILL TAKE A LONG HARD LOOK AT THE RESOLUTION BEFORE DECIDING WHETHER OR NOT TO ACCEPT IT. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS NEW YORK.))

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One person who hopes that Iraq complies with the United Nations is Martin Luther King the Third.
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The son of the slain civil rights leader was in Lynchburg this morning, speaking to students at E-C Glass high school.
As a person who has experienced the loss of family members to violence, King hopes war is not the answer.
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((MARTIN LUTHER KING III/CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST: I REALLY HOPE AND PRAY THAT WE DON'T HAVE TO DO THAT BECAUSE SOMEBODY HAS TO HAVE SENSE ENOUGH TO CUT OFF THE CHAIN OF VIOLENCE. YOU REALLY CAN'T OVERCOME VIOLENCE WITH VIOLENCE. IT'S JUST LIKE DARKNESS CANNOT PUT OUT DARKNESS, ONLY LIGHT CAN PUT OUT DARKNESS.))
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King says America needs to defend itself but it cannot be the world's policeman. He also urged the students to get involved in the political process, and exercise their right to vote.
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The Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office has two suspects in custody in connection with a double murder last week.

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The body of 25 year old Charles J. Lewis was found at a home on Loop Road in the Keeling community October 30th. His father, 51 year old Julian Clifton Lewis, Junior died a short time later. Both had been shot.
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The Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office arrested the elder Lewis' wife, 33-year old Teresa Michelle Lewis. Also under arrest is 22-year old Matthew Jesse Shallenberger of Danville. Both suspects are charged with first degree murder in the death of Julian Lewis, Junior.
They're being held in the County jail without bond.

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The drought has left more than 62-hundred households in the state with dry wells... that's compared to only 12 in a typical year.
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Now the state is stepping in to help low-income residents who have been affected by the drought.
Under a new program, the state is distributing one and half million dollars to dig new wells.
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The first new wells will be drilled later this month.
Funding is on a first come, first serve basis.
The number to call for more information on the Virginia Dry Well Replacement Program is (804) 371-7000.
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Too much water was the problem in Chicago-
A huge water main break makes for a wet commute there-
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This is what it looks like when a 36 inch water main breaks- it sent water gushing six to eight feet in the air.
Chicago's Lake Shore drive looked a lot like Lake Michigan-
The break closed the part of the road for almost four hours- flooded basements in nearby homes and created a 30 foot sinkhole.
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((RIGHT IN HERE IS WHERE THE BREAK IS WHERE THOSE TWO CARS HAVE BEEN WASHED UNDER.))
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The city's water commissioner says a crew will remove the pipe and analyze the break to figure out how it happened.

Police say no one was hurt.
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Still to come on News 7 at Five, some local students are trying something funny to help in the fight against a serious problem.
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Plus prosecutors in Northern Virginia say the evidence is mounting on one of the sniper suspects. We'll have the details after the break.
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Fairfax County's prosecutor says the fingerprints of John Lee Malvo are on the rifle used in the Washington area sniper shootings.
That is just part of the evidence revealed today against the 17 year old suspect.
Aleen Sirgany reports.
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((THERE IS APPARENTLY STRONG EVIDENCE THAT 17-YEAR-OLD
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A HOME DEPOT SHOOTING...PART OF A SNIPER SPREE THAT PARALYZED THE WASHINGTON AREA.

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Anaylsist of the rifle had the fingerprint of the juvenile on it.
THE FAIRFAX COUNTY PROSECUTOR SAID MALVO'S WAS THE ONLY FINGERPRINT ON THE GUN USED TO KILL FBI ANALYST LINDA FRANKLIN. AND HE REVEALED THAT WITNESSES PLACE MALVO AT SEVERAL OF THE CRIME SCENES. THE 17-YEAR-OLD WAS ORDERED HELD WITHOUT BOND AT AN ADULT DETENTION FACILITY.

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people charged with murder are held without bond and belong in max.security
BUT MALVO'S PUBLIC DEFENDER SAYS NO ONE SHOULD JUMP TO ANY CONCLUSIONS ABOUT THE EVIDENCE.

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The fingerprints don't mean anything.I don't know whose fingerprints are on this manila envelope... doesn't mean he did anything with them.
HOURS EARLIER, 41-YEAR-OLD JOHN MUHAMMAD, UNSHAVEN, WEARING AN ORANGE PRISON JUMPSUIT AND IN SHACKLES, FACED A VIRGINIA JUDGE FOR THE FIRST TIME. MUHAMMAD FACES CAPITOL MURDER AND TERRORISM CHARGES FOR THE DEATH OF A MAN PUMPING GAS IN MANASSAS, VIRGINIA... PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, WHERE THE TRIAL WILL BE HELD..."DOES" ALLOW CAMERAS IN THE COURTROOM, BUT THE PROSECUTOR SAYS HE OPPOSES IT IN HIGH PROFILE CASES.
STAND-UP THE GOVERNMENT DECIDED VIRGINIA IS THE BEST PLACE TO TRY MOHAMMAD AND MALVO, BECAUSE NOT ONLY DOES THE STATE HAVE THE DEATH PENALTY, IT ALLOWS EXECUTION OF MINORS. MOHAMMAD WILL BE BACK IN COURT NEXT WEEK...MALVO RETURNS IN EARLY DECEMBER.))

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When many of us think of a charity fundraiser we picture a walk-a-thon or a candy drive.
But some local high students have found another way to raise money.
As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us, laughter really can be the best medicine.
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Our next segment could be called, "O Brent, Where Art Thou?" as Brent Watts prepares for a big Bluegrass jam session.
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Banjo, guitar and mandolin players from across the region are gathering in Roanoke for the Roanoke Bluegrass Weekend.
The four day event features instrument seminars and workshops, but the highlight of the weekend is the Evening Jam Concert on Saturday.
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Brent Watts joins us from outside the Clarion hotel with the musical details.
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A new gym will open in downtown Roanoke soon.
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It has the same equipment as most other gyms...but it will have something different. Find out what it is after sports.
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On Wall Street today, stocks are finishing the week by turning lower in some choppy trading.
The U-N resolution against Iraq and a discouraging outlook from McDonald's helped sour the mood. Ed Crane has more.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your end of the week ticker which begins on the ice. The Roanoke Express battles 5-3 and 2 Greensboro tonight at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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Tonight marks the second meeting between the two teams. Roanoke opened the home season against the Generals back on October 18th. In that game, the Express faced its' former goaltender Daniel Berthiaume and won 5-4 in overtime.
The Express is 13-8 and 2 all time against Greensboro and while the Generals are in sixth place in the Northeast Division, they are dangerous.
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It is week number 11 of the high school football season tonight. This not-so-regular season in which neither Salem nor Pulaski qualified for the playoffs comes to a close tonight. Here's the Friday Football Extra schedule of games with the home team listed on the bottom of each matchup.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12997] And the weekend football schedule is all set here on Your Hometown Station for tomorrow. Notre Dame should have no trouble getting back on track against Navy at Noon.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12998] Right after that one at 3:30 - Miami takes on Tennessee in Knoxville as the Canes try to win their 31st straight game.

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[GO TO PINNACLE 12999] Then Sunday it's doubleheader action from the NFL as the Colts take on the Eagles at one, followed by the Chiefs and 49ers.
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Travis Wells will be here at the top of the hour with your college game day matchups for tomorrow across the state. Plus, he will have an update on qualifying that is just underway out in Phoenix for the Winston Cup drivers. Jean is under contract to finish up News 7 at Five and she will do just that right after this quick break. Have a good folks. [GO TO BREAK]

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A new kind of fitness center is trying to make working out a little easier to fit into a busy schedule.
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Carilion Health System is introducing "Zoom-Fitness on the Go." The gym is under construction in downtown Roanoke on the first floor of the First Union building. It's set to open January 2nd. There will be about 30-pieces of cardiovascular equipment, weights, locker rooms and a snack bar.
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((BUD GREY/VP CARILION WELLNESS & FITNESS; THE BIGGEST CONCEPT THAT IS DIFFERENT IS THAT THERE'S NO MEMBERSHIP OBLIGATION SO PEOPLE WHO SAY I DON'T WANT TO COMMIT TO AN INITIATION FEE SO I DON'T WANT A CONTRACT THEY'RE NOT GOING HAVE THAT CONCERN HERE.))
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Customers can pay as they go or they can buy a 10-day pass or an unlimited monthly membership. Members of Carilion's other fitness centers get reduced rates. Officials say this is an "incubator" project and if successful, it will be implemented in other locations.
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