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Today on News 7 at 5, the F-B-I warns Americans to be prepared for a spectacular terrorist attack.
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Also local authorities name a suspect in this week's double murder in Pittsylvania county.
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Shaping up to be a cool, soggy weekend. We'll check the radar for rain on the way.

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Also Mike Stevens will have the qualifying results from the NASCAR season finale.
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Also we will see a new program that is designed to help the disadvantage earn money and learn some social skills.
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and we'll see how a new use for an old treatment is helping patients with ovarian cancer. News 7 at 5 is next.
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A warning goes out that an attack on Americans may be in the works.
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((WE ARE RAISING PROTECTIVE MEASURES IN A NUMBER OF PLACES AROUND THE COUNTRY. BUT THERE ARE NOT SPECIFICS AS TO TIME, DATE OR, FOR THAT MATTER, VERY MUCH ABOUT HOW THIS MIGHT CARRY OUT.))
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The F-B-I is describing it as a spectacular attack- a possible Al Qaeda strike against U-S interests.
As Teri Okita reports, the Bureau says terrorists could target the heart of America's economy.
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[SUPER=01-Scott McClellan/White House Spokesman;]
[SUPER=01-Condolezza Rice/National Security Advisor]
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((ITS AN OMINOUS WARNING WITH VERY FEW DETAILS. THE F-B-I HAS NOW POSTED AN ALERT THAT SAYS AL-QAEDA MAY LAUNCH A SPECTACULAR ATTACK AGAINST THE U-S ECONOMY THAT COULD CREATE CASUALTIES ON A LARGE-SCALE.
Scott McClellan/White House Spokesman: We have taken additional protective measures to protect our critical infrastructure, both public and private, and secure our borders.
HILE THERES NO SPECIFIC TIME, LOCATION OR METHOD FOR AN ATTACK, FBI SOURCES SAY AL-QAEDA MAY CHOOSE HIGHLY SYMBOLIC TARGETS WITHIN THE AVIATION OR ENERGY SECTORS OR EVEN NATIONAL LANDMARKS. THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION IS ASKING AMERICANS TO REMAIN VIGILANT.
Condolezza Rice/National Security Adviser: There have been many cases in which Americans, who were on alert to suspicious circumstances around them, have been able to tip law enforcement officials. THE WHITE HOUSE HAS NOT BOOSTED THE HOMELAND SECURITY THREAT LEVEL. IT REMAINS AT CODE YELLOW THE MIDDLE RANGE OF RISK. OFFICIALS SAY THERES NOT ENOUGH SPECIFIC INFORMATION, AT THIS TIME, TO CHANGE IT. THE ALERT COMES JUST THREE DAYS AFTER AL-JAZEERA TELEVISION BROADCAST A NEW AUDIOTAPE BELIEVED TO BE FROM OSAMA BIN LADEN. IN IT, THE SPEAKER PRAISES SEVERAL RECENT ATTACKS AROUND THE WORLD AGAINST WESTERN INTERESTS.
Teri Okita/Reporting: That tape, along with growing chatter picked up through intelligence channels and the heightened tension with Saddam Hussein, prompted U-S officials to release this latest warning. TO, CBS News, Washington.))

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The Chief Weapons inspector for the United Nations is on his way to Baghdad.
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74 year old Hans Blix is leading a team of two dozen inspectors into Iraq.
The C-I-A will provide satellite photos to guide them as they look for chemical and biological weapons.
If Iraq obstructs the process in any way, Blix will tell the security council- which promises serious consequences.

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((HANS BLIX/CHIEF U.N. WEAPONS INSPECTOR: I THINK WE STILL HAVE TO USE OUR COMMON SENSE IN JUDGING WHETHER SOMETHING IS IN THE WAY OF HINDERING US IN THE INSPECTIONS.))
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The Former Swedish Foreign minister told his team- be driving and dynamic, NOT angry and aggressive. Some worry Blix will be too easily deceived.
In Baghdad, many Iraqis are praying for the inspectors to accomplish their job and leave the country.
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Two murder warrants have been issued in connection with the death of a Blairs couple.
Officials say they believe 27-year old James Antonio (JEN-uh- retti) Generetie of Durham is responsible for the deaths of Willie and Clara Harston earlier this week.
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Autopsies show the Harstons died of blows to the head, at their home in the Blairs community.
Officials say the suspect, (JEN-uh-retti) Generetie, had been in the area visiting someone.
They now think he's back in North Carolina.
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This week alone, the level of Carvins Cove has risen more than two feet.
The city's main reservoir still has a long way to go... but if the rain continues, two tunnels could provide a rapid refill.
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One of the tunnels is located on Tinker Creek in Botetourt County... the other on Catawba Creek in Roanoke County.
When the creeks are running high, both have the capacity to feed millions of gallons a day into Carvins Cove.
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((GREG BELCHER/ROANOKE CITY WATER DIVISION: THE MAXIMUM THAT THE COVE WAS DOWN WAS 34 AND A HALF FEET, SO WE'VE GAINED ALMOST SIX FEET IN THE PAST THREE WEEKS.))
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[OUT Q=in the past three weeks.]
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The first tunnel was built in 1966, the second in 1974. Tonight, on News 7 at Six, Joe Dashiell looks back at a construction project that still has major significance for Roanoke's water supply.
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Coming up after the break we will see how a local college was able to help a young woman from Afghanistan get away from life under the Taliban,
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Plus we will see how doctors were able to bring new life to an ovarian cancer patient.
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The war on terrorism has hit Franklin County, but in a good way.
An Afghan woman recently came a half world away to the campus of Ferrum College.
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Justin McLeod joins us now to tell us why. Justin?
Jean, Ferrum College wanted to offer one Afghan woman a better life.
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So last fall, the school established a full four year scholarship for a woman from Afghanistan.
What came next was a lot of phone calls, e-mails, and help from one US Senator.
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That hard work paid off and last month Mina Ayob left Afghanistan for the United States.
She met the scholarship's criteria of someone who spoke English reasonably well, hungered for an education, and displayed enough courage to be willing to leave Afghanistan to study abroad.
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((SASHA SAARI/INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS COORDINATOR: SHE IS SO OPEN TO OTHER PEOPLE AT THE SAME TIME SHE STAYS TRUE TO HERSELF AND HER OWN TRADITIONS SHE'S VERY WILLING TO TALK ABOUT THINGS AND SHE JUST DRINKS THINGS IN. SHE'S ALREADY MADE FRIENDS, SOME OF WHICH ARE SITTING HER TODAY, IS A VERY LOVELY YOUNG WOMAN BOTH A JOY INTELLECTUALLY AND EMOTIONALLY I THINK, SHE IS JUST A PLEASURE.))
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Mina's life has not always been a pleasure,
Under the Taliban rule, she had to wear clothing that covered her face.
She was also forced to abandon school.
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But her father encouraged her to learn English and she did so in secret.
If she was caught, she faced severe penalties, possibly death.
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Tonight at six Jean, we'll actually hear from Mina about what she thinks about America and what she plans to do next once she completes her education here in America.

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Young mothers sometimes have a tough time- Now one program is helping those moms succeed.
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Joy Sutton us joins us to explain
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Jean,
The Roanoke Valley Family Learning Center started its own business several weeks ago to help raise money for the program.
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But also to give the young women the skills they need to break cycle of economic dependence and school failure in their families.
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((HELLO MR. HARPER THESE ARE YOUR BAGS WHICH YOU PURCHASED)) [RUNS04]
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22 year old Hope Crump is finalizing a business deal with the Berglund Dealership...a significant step for this young mother. She dropped out of high school, but that hasn't stopped her from having high hopes for her future.
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((RIGHT NOW I'M JUST GETTING BY I WANT DO MORE THAN JUST GET BY. I WANT TO HAVE A NICE HOUSE, CARS, AFTER I PAY MY BILLS STILL HAVE MONEY)) [RUNS11]
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And she's learning what it takes to make money. The Roanoke Valley Family Learning Center started its own business making family fun bags.
The young women make them, sell them, and develop clients. The center hopes each young mother bags a valuable lesson.
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((THAT SHE IS BRIGHT, ARTICULATE YOUNG WOMAN WHO HAS LOTS OF THING SHE CAN DO IN LIFE, THAT HER EXPERIENCE IN HIGH SCHOOL DOES NOT DETERMINE THEIR REST OF HER LIFE)) [RUNS09]
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They hope is that if these young women feel better about themselves as they achieve their academic and career goals, they'll.
pass those same skills on to their children.
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((TELISHA PANNEL:IT MADE ME FEEL BETTER WHEN I GO OUT AND GET A JOB. CONFIDENT THAT I CAN GET MY GED FOR MY KIDS AND STUFF LIKE THAT)) [RUNS11]
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Crump has plans to become an executive, with a big office.
She's definitely making the right connections.
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((HERE IS YOUR CHECK AND I HOPE THINGS WORK WELL FOR YOU IN THIS PROGRAM.. i hope yall have fund with these bags)) [RUNS07]
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The Family Fun Bag costs 12-dollar. Inside you'll find an hours worth of fun for the family.
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Jean,

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On Health Check today, cancer doctors are finding some success in using an old drug in a new way.
As Dr. Mallika Marshall reports, a leukemia drug is showing promise fighting ovarian cancer.
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((THE CONSTANT SMILE ON HER FACE SHOWS. NELL ALEXANDER HAS ZEST FOR LIFE.WHICH IS WHAT HAS KEPT HER GOING THROUGH YEARS OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS-AND NOW, OVARIAN CANCER.

SOT: NELL ALEXANDER/OVARIAN CANCER PATIENT

MY ABDOMEN WAS SWOLLEN AND I THOUGHT PREDNISONE-ITS THE MEDICATION.
TRACK: THOUGH THE CULPRIT WASNT HER MEDICATION ...IT WAS AN ADVANCED CASE OF CANCER. A HYSTERECTOMY, CHEMOTHERAPY AND STEM CELL TRANSPLANTS KEPT HER DISEASE IN REMISSION FOR A YEAR. BUT WHEN IT CAME BACK-- IT NO LONGER RESPONDED TO CONVENTIONAL TREATMENTS.

SOT: NELL

REALLY-I HAD RUN OUT OF OPTIONS. RECURRENT OVARIAN CANCER IS IMPOSSIBLE TO STOP.

TRACK: SO SHE DECIDED TO TRY GLEEVEC---A DRUG WELL KNOW FOR ITS GOOD

RESPONSE IN CERTAIN LEUKEMIA PATIENTSBUT UNTESTED FOR OVARIAN CANCER. NELLS DOCTORS HOPE IT BUILDS A ROADBLOCK - AND STOPS THE DISEASE IN ITS TRACKS.

SOT: DR. DAVID GERSHENSON/ DIR., GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY, MD ANDERSON

CANCER CTR IN SOME WAY-IT IMPEDES THE GROWTH OF THE TUMOR - OR IN EFFECT-KILLS THE CANCER CELLS.
STANDUP: DOCTORS CAN ALWAYS USE MORE EFFECTIVE DRUGS. HOWEVER--WHAT IS REALLY CRITICAL FOR OVARIAN CANCER SURVIVAL --IS BETTER SCREENING. THE DISEASES SUBTLE SIGNS ARE USUALLY OVERLOOKED BY WOMEN AND NOT PICKED UP BY TECHNOLOGYSO IT IS OFTEN DIAGNOSED ONLY AFTER IT HAS SPREAD TO OTHER PARTS OF THE BODY.
TRACK: WHICH IS WHAT HAPPENED TO NELL. FOR NOW-GLEEVAC SEEMS TO HAVE STOPPED HER TUMOR FROM GROWING.

SOT: NELL

IVE HAD 6-MONTHS OF HOPE. 6-MONTHS OF PLANNING MY FUTURE-OF GROWING OLD WITH MY HUSBAND. THE POSSIBILITIES ARE FABULOUS.
TRACK: DR. MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))

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Still to come on the newscast, Brent Watts will tell us about a local church that is going for broke with its latest concert.
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You may have heard of Handel's Messiah, but long before then, baroque composer George Frideric Handel was in charge of writing ceremonial music for the crowning of a new king. Those "anthems" are the focus of a concert tonight at St. John's Episcopal Church.
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And that is where we find Brent Watts tonight.
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Coming up today in Sports, Mike Stevens will have the quailfying results as NASCAR prepares for its final Homestead of the season.
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Then a little bit later, we will tell you why some protestors wanted to use a lingerie show to uncover something other than the models.
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It was an up and down day on Wall Street today. But as Ed Crane tells us stocks finished mostly higher after a late-session rally.
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Good evening everybody and welcome to the start of your Friday night. The Winston Cup racing finale is this Sunday in Homestead, Florida. This afternoon Kurt Busch won the pole for the Ford 400. Mark Martin will star way back in 34th, while the points leader Tony Stewart starts 6th on the one and a half mile long track.
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The playoffs begin tonight in high school football and Friday Football Extra will be stretching out from Galax to Naruna.
Here's the schedule for tonight - with the home teams listed on the bottom of each matchup.
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And don't forget that the Virginia Cavaliers play right here on Your Hometown Station tomorrow afternoon. The Cavs take on NC State
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12997] in a battle between two teams that have each suffered back to back losses. Catch the game tomorrow at Noon - here on WDBJ-7.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12998] And right after that one - Georgia takes on Auburn at 3:30. The Tigers are 7-and-3 and they have won three in a row.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12999] And Sunday - back to back games from the NFL are coming your way with the Steelers and Titans at one followed by the Dolphins and Ravens at four.
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Steve Mason will be here at the top of the hour with NCAA soccer hilites from Roanoke College - plus the Dazzle opens up its second season in the Star City tonight. We'll also hear from Cory Alexander and Jamal Robinson on News 7 at Six. Take care folks and have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]

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Some protestors crashed the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show last night.
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Demonstrators from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals stormed the stage of the lingerie show and chased supermodel Gisele Bundchen.
She's been targeted by the group for signing a contract with a leading American fur company.
The demonstrators held signs reading ``Gisele is fur scum.''
Security guards tackled the intruders and took them away.
The show will air November 20th on C-B-S -- with the PETA demonstration likely edited out.
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