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Next on News 7 at 5, Iraq says it will unconditionally accept the terms of U-N weapons inspections. We'll have the latest in a live report.
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Plus U-S authorities say they believe an audio tape released yesterday really is Osama Bin Laden.
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How about a one or two day warmup? Shooting for highs closer to 60 on Thursday.

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The Federal Reserve Chairman has some rough words for investors.
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Hundreds of new jobs are coming to the region.
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And a former Virginia football star is preparing for a return to the N-F-L.
News 7 at 5 is next.

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Iraq today agrees to United Nations Weapons inspections- unconditionally.
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((WE ARE PREPARED TO RECEIVE INSPECTORS WITHIN THE ASSIGNED TIMETABLE. WE' RE EAGER TO SEE THEM PERFORM THEIR DUTIES.))
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One action taken today- a nine page letter was sent to the U-N Secretary General- insisting Iraq does not have weapons of mass destruction.
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Today's action clears the way for U-N Weapons inspectors to move in. They will arrive in Baghdad next week.
Elizabeth Sanchez is following the story and joins us live from Washington with reaction.
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(( For the first time in four years, U-N weapons inspectors will go back to Baghdad. Saddam Hussein has accepted the U-N resolution...saying that Iraq is doing it - to prove they have no weapons of mass destruction. MOHAMMED ALDOURI/IRAQI AMBASSADOR TO THE U.N. We choose always the peaceful ways and means and this is a part of our policy vis a vis to protect our country, to protect our nation, to protect the region also, from the threat of war. Iraq says despite the quote "bad intentions" of the resolution, it's ready to accept the deadlines ....even though they fall during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. That paves the way for chief U-N inspector to head to Iraq ...next week. Kofi Annan/U.N. Secretary General Mr. Blix and his team will go back. We expect them to get there on the 18th and actively begin their work. Meeting with the UN secretary general, President Bush said the two stand together to fight terrorism. Under the terms of the resolution, Iraq must account for all weapons of mass destruction...and must not fire on U-S and British aircraft. The White House continues to warn there will be a strong price to pay if Iraq doesn't cooperate. Scott McClellan/White House Spokesman: any false information or omissions are considered a violation of the resolution and would be considered a further material breach.))

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U-S officials do believe Osama bin Laden is the man on the tape that aired yesterday on Arab television.
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U-S counter terrorism officials believe the voice is indeed that of bin Laden and that means the terrorist is still alive.
President Bush is warning the man behind the terrorist attacks has once again put the world on notice.
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((WHOEVER PUT THAT TAPE OUT PUT THE WORLD ON ALERT THAT WE ARE AT WAR.))
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On the tape, bin Laden hailed recent attacks including those in Bali, Yemen, and last month's seige in Moscow.
He also warned U-S allies that they would be targets of new attacks if they continued to back the White House.
Though analysts believe it is bin Laden on the tape- they are still matching it to bin Laden's voice on other recordings.
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Attorney General Jerry Kilgore says security will be beefed up for tomorrow's execution of the Pakistani man convicted of killing two C-I-A employees.
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Kilgore says the state is acting on the advice of the U-S Justice Department in tightening security around the prison in Jarratt and the state Capitol in Richmond.
He won't say exactly what steps are being taken.
Federal authorities have warned about possible terrorist attacks in retaliation for the execution of (Ah-mall Khan Kah-zee) Aimal Khan Kasi.
Kilgore says halting the execution will do little to stop an attack.
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Kilgore says he's hopeful the jury's verdict will be carried out tomorrow night.
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The economic news is good out of Henry County today.
Governor Mark Warner announced 400 new jobs are coming to the former V-F Imagewear facility in Martinsville.
It is the textile plant that closed in April, leaving 23-hundred workers unemployed.
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Business reporter Rachel Cannon is in Henry County with more on what this will mean to the area.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we will see how students at a local middle school is dealing with the death of a student.
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Also on Health Check, we will meet the state's doctor of the year. He refuses to slow down even as he approaches his 90th birthday.
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Students, faculty and parents in Forest are still reeling from the accident that claimed the life of a high school sophomore yesterday.
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15-year-old Brittany Groover died when the car she was riding in collided with a school bus at Forest Middle School.
The wreck sent ten other people to the hospital while dozens of other students were treated on the scene.
Twenty school counselors were on hand today to help deal with the tragedy.
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((JENNIFER FAUST/SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST: OUR GOAL IS TO PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR THEM, TO HELP THEM UNDERSTAND THE TYPICAL STAGES OF GRIEF AND HOW TO HANDLE THAT AND HOW TO BE SUPPORTIVE OF ONE ANOTHER.))
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Faust says counselors talked with a "steady stream" of young people during school hours today.
She says the students are holding up well so far.
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He's the oldest practicing allergist in the U-S, possibly the world. And at 89 years old, Doctor Alexander McCausland says he has no plans to retire.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton found out he doesn't even like to take a day off.
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That's right Jean,
For years, there were times he worked 7 days a week.
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But he says he loves his patients and can't imagine doing anything else.
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But Doctor Alexander McCausland says retiring has never been an option.
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But a lot has changed since he graduated from University of Virginia Medical School in 19-37.
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And he's still loved by patients of all ages.
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Even the younger doctors sometimes have a hard time keeping up.
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And while father time has slowed him down a bit, he wants his patients to know he plans to keep on ticking.
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While you wont' find him in the obituary column, you will find him his name listed as the 2002 Physician of year for the Medical Society of Virginia.
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Jean, this award will be added to the numerous ones already lining his walls.

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Coming up next on the newscast, we will catch up with Brent Watts. Today he is taking in a little Greek culture and a lot of Greek food.
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A local church is bringing a taste of Greece to the Roanoke Valley this Sunday, all in the name of charity.
The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is hosting its annual Grecian Luncheon which features everything from baked breads to Baklava. Brent Watts stopped by the church for a taste-test and is back with the sweet details.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll see how investors reacted to today's news from the federal reserve,
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Then a little later we will tell you why fans of the Harry Potter books will have to wait for the next installment.
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On Wall Street today, analysts say investors are concerned by testimony by Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. Greenspan said the economy has hit a soft spot amid concerns about Iraq.
Ed Crane has more.
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Good evening everybody and welcome to the Ticker on this Wednesday afternoon. Hometown Hoops Weekly is taking a break now that the regular season is finished in girls basketball - but we still begin tonight with news from the girls' hardwood.
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Blacksburg high school has been the most successful team in the area this season. They are the only unbeaten team in the area in this district tournament week, and today two of the Indians top players signed division one scholarship players. Britney Anderson, who transferred to Blacksburg from Richmond this year is now officially headed to Virginia Tech.
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Fellow Blacksburg star Ashley Young also ended a long journey as she inked scholarship paper with Radford University where she will play for new Highlanders head coach Jeri Porter.
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The final race of the Winston Cup season is this Sunday and today Roush Racing was granted its request to have the appeal of NASCAR's 25-point penalty against Mark Martin heard prior to Sunday's race.
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The National Stock Car Commission has scheduled a hearing on the appeal for Saturday morning in Homestead, Florida. Representatives from Roush Racing will meet with commission chairman George Silvermann and two other members from a 22-person list of commission members. Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell is on the commission, but he will not be one of the two members hearing the appeal.
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Danville native Herman Moore is officially back in the NFL.
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The 33 year old former all-american at UVa had been out of the league for the past four months after his 12 year career ended uncermoniously in Detroit. The New York Giants have signed him for the rest of the season. Herman has 62 career TDs and nearly 10 thousand receiving yards.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12997] And Your Hometown Station is the place to be this weekend for the Virginia Cavaliers as they try once again to become bowl eligible. The Cavs are sitting on six wins a need a victory over NC State to clinch a winning season. Catch the game Saturday at Noon - here on WDBJ-7.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12998] Right after that one - it's on the SEC as Georgia and Auburn hook up at 3:30.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12999] And Sunday - the doubleheader action from the NFL has the Steelers and Titans at one followed by the Dolphins and Ravens at four.
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Coming up at the top of the hour - we'll show the Roanoke Express players like you've never seen them before. Plus, UVA basketball player Jermaine Harper has been suspended indefinitely. Take care everybody - Jean will be back in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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Harry Potter fans anxiously awaiting the new book will have to keep waiting.
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Writer J-K Rowling says that much of ``Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix''has been written -- but she doesn't know when it will be ready for publication.
There's still no release date set for the fifth book featuring the boy wizard.
It has been more than two years since the last installment was published, but this version is taking a bit more time.
Fans will still have a new movie to tide them over. The second film in the series opens this Friday.
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