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Today on News 7 at 5, the White House confirms its suspicions. The voice on a tape released last week is Osama Bin Laden.
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Also for the first time in four years, a U-N inspection team is in Iraq looking for weapons of mas destruction.
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Temperatures continue to be well below normal this week averaging in the 50s for highs and 30s for lows. But the water levels looks great. Details ahead.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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On Health Check, a national group rates the state's hospice care system.
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We will show how NOT to get away from police in a high speed chase.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

Plus..we will see what you can expect if you are flying for the holidays. News 7 at 5 is next.

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United nations Weapons inspectors arrive in Iraq.. what they find could be the difference between peace and war.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The inspectors are on the ground in Baghdad after a four year absence- United Nations officials say they're looking for a pattern of non-compliance.
The White House says it intends to follow a zero tolerance policy if U-N Weapons inspectors find evidence of Iraqi defiance or cheating.
Aleen Sirgany is in Washington with more.
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[SUPER=01-Dick Cheney/Vice President; :50]
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(( ARMED WITH A TOUGH U.N RESOLUTION ALLOWING THEM TO GO ANYWHERE AT ANYTIME IN IRAQ ,AN ADVANCED TEAM OF WEAPONS INSPECTORS, MORE THAN TWO DOZEN IN ALL, STEPPED ON IRAQI SOIL FOR THE FIRST TIME IN FOURS YEARS. HANS BLIX/CHIEF U.N WEAPONS INSPECTOR The situation is tense at the moment, but there is a new opportunity, and we are here to provide inspection which is credible." CHIEF U.N INSPECTOR HANS BLIX AND HIS TEAM MET WITH IRAQI OFFICIALS MONDAY AS THEY PREPARED TO EMBARK ON A FULL FLEDGED SEARCH FOR WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION. THERE IS ALREADY DISPUTE OVER HOW MUCH LEEWAY TO GIVE IRAQ IN THE INSPECTION PROCESS. U-N OFFICIALS SAY THEY'RE LOOKING FOR A PATTERN OF NON-COOPERATION BEFORE REPORTING IT TO THE SECURITY COUNCIL. THE WHITE HOUSE WANTS ZERO TOLERANCE.
VICE PRESIDENT, DICK CHENEY the actions of the world....to disarm him THIS TIME, INSPECTORS HAVE NEW, STATE OF THE ART, HI TECH EQUIPMENT THEIR PREDECESSORS NEVER HAD. AND THEY WILL HAVE A BROADER RIGHT TO SEARCH PRESIDENTIAL PALACES AND MOSQUES. THE U.N TEAM IN IRAQ RIGHT NOT ISNT ACTUALLY CONDUCTING INSPECTIONS YET. THEY MUST FIRST REOPEN THEIR OFFICE IN BAGHDAD, SET UP SECURE PHONE LINES AND PREPARE FOR THE ARRIVAL OF MORE INSPECTORS. FULL FLEDGED SEARCHES ARE EXPECTED TO BEGIN IN DECEMBER.))

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U-S intelligence has concluded it was Osama bin Laden on the tape- released last week-
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The White House spokesman confirmed that today- saying it's clear the tape was made in the last several weeks.
The audio tape aired last week on an Arabic T-V channel.
Technical experts, linguists and translators with the C-I-A and National Security Agency have been analyzing the tape- comparing it with previous bin Laden recordings.
White House Spokesman Scott McClellan says the tape is a reminder of the threats against America that are still out there.
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An explosion under a bus in southern India has left at least 20 passengers dead.
Police say a land mine destroyed the bus, which was traveling about 25 miles north of Hyderabad.
Officials say the attackers opened fire on the flaming wreckage, apparently believing it was a police transport.
They're blaming a leftist group which mostly targets police, government officials and rich landowners.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The body of a murderer executed last week in Virginia received a hero's welcome at his home in Pakistan today.
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Mir Aimal Kasi's (KAH'-zeez) body arrived amid hundreds of people chanting ``Death to America.''
Kasi was executed Thursday night for killing two C-I-A workers in 1993.
A banner strung in front of the airport said ``We are proud of you (ah-mall) Aimal.''
Mourners threw flower petals on the street as a car carrying Kasi's remains left the airport.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The lights are still out in thousands of homes in New England following a strong nor'easter.
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The storm left large parts of the region coated in ice -- which snapped trees and damaged power lines.
Some customers may not get their power back until Wednesday.
And some who were on their way to getting it back are being affected by a fresh round of rough weather. High winds in Massachusetts knocked out power to thousands again.
The storm is being blamed for two highway deaths in Maine.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Doctor Cecil Knox was in court today for another pre-trial motions hearing. He missed the last one, because he was too sick to attend.
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Nevertheless the racketeering and drug distribution case against him is progressing. The 53-year old pain specialist is fighting lymphoma. He's had chemotherapy as part of his treatment. The Doctor himself did not discuss his health, nor say anything to reporters today. But his lawyer pointed out that Doctor Knox's hair is coming back. Tony Anderson argued in court again today that the new 300-count indictment ought to be dismissed as an abuse of the grand jury process. The trial is set to begin January 6th.
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One state official is targeting the generosity of hunters to help out hungry families in the state.
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Lieutenant Governor Tim Kaine is introducing a bill to benefit Hunters for the Hungry.
This non-profit group provides donated venison to families in need.
Kaine's legislation would allow hunters to make a two dollar donation to the charity when purchasing their hunting licenses.
Since the program started eleven years ago, Virginia hunters have donated nearly one and half million pounds of venison.
Yet each year Hunters for the Hungry is unable to accept thousands of deer due to a shortage of funds to process the meat.
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Kaine says each two dollar donation could provide 13 servings of food to needy families.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the government meets an important deadline concerning air safety.
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Plus lines are getting longer as local D-M-V offices deal with tighter budgets.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Federally employed passenger screeners start work at the nation's commercial airports tomorrow.
The Transportation Security Administration has met the deadline to hire 44-thousand workers. Each received more than 100 hours of training.
Drew Levinson has more on what they could mean to you.
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AT AMERICA'S AIRPORTS--THE SCREENERS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE THE FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE AGAINST TERRORISM.
NATSOUND FROM SEPT 11TH ATTACK AT WTC AND PENTAGON
BUT AFTER 19 MEN CRASHED PLANES INTO THE WORLD TRADE CENTER AND THE
PENTAGON ON SEPTEMBER 11TH-----IT WAS APPARENT THE SYSTEM WASN'T WORKING

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STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON/NEW YORK
"Congress then created the The Transportation Security Administration or TSA, and gave it until Tuesday to replace the private screeners with more than 40 thousand government workers."
LOCATOR: WASHINGTON, DC
NATSOUND CLAPPING AND THE DELIVERED SIGN
MONDAY THE TSA PATTED ITSELF ON THE BACK--SAYING IT COMPLETED THE JOB A DAY EARLY.

SOT TOM RIDGE/HOMELAND SECURITY DIRECTOR 11:05:49


"We must temper our pride in this achievement knowing terrorism is a permanent threat and our airports are an enduring vulnerability."
THE TSA SAYS THE NEW SCREENERS ARE BETTER TRAINED AND ONLY 15 PERCENT OF THE FORMER PRIVATE WORKERS MET THE GOVERNMENT STANDARDS AND ARE STILL ON THE JOB. MANY PASSENGERS SEE THE DIFFERENCE.

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"They are actually looking what is in the screen and stopping you."

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"I have to take off my shoes more, they do my bag searches more and I am constantly beeping more when I go through the detector."
AVIATION EXPERT MICHAEL BOYD FEARS THE GOVERNMENT'S EYE'S ARE FOCUSED IN THE WRONG DIRECTION.

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"We are not looking for terrorists we are looking for proscribed articles like nail files and box cutters and those things can get on the airplane a whole 'nother way.
THAT OTHER WAY SAYS BOYD--IS BY RAMP WORKERS AND BAGGAGE HANDLERS PUTTING THE DESTRUCTIVE DEVICES ON THE ON THE PLANES...AND THE GOVERNMENT IS NOT DOING ENOUGH TO STOP THAT. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS NEW YORK .)

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Cuts at the Department of Motor Vehicles aren't taking long to affect customers.
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Longer lines and waiting time is a reality at service centers. Budget cuts closed two locations in our area, all centers shut their doors on Wednesdays and hours were cut. Dennis Montgomery is a business man feeling the changes. He's in charge of the car fleet at Salem Tools and visits D-M-V regularly.
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((DENNIS MONTGOMERY/SALEM TOOLS CFO; IF THEY'RE TRYING TO GET THE ATTENTION OF THE TAXPAYERS VIRGINIA THEN THIS WAS THE PART TO GO AFTER ONCE AGAIN EVERYONE HAS TO GO TO THE DMV. ULTIMATELY YOU DON'T GET SOMETHING FOR NOTHING WE HAVE TO DECIDED WHAT SERVICES WE'RE WILLING TO PAY FOR AND WHATEVER THEY ARE WE NEED TO PAY FOR THEM.))
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DMV is asking people to be patient, acknowledging that service will be slower. With holiday hours next week, you may want to avoid service centers on certain days. We'll tell you when on News 7 at 6.
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History was made in the medical field today as the first report card on "end- of- life" care was released. The majority of states received only fair or poor marks. Jennifer Wishon spoke to hospice officials in Roanoke to see how Virginia fared.
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(( Linda Royal has been working with hospice services for more than 20 years and says the industry has improved greatly.
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((LINDA ROYAL/CARILION HOSPICE SERVICES: WE STARTED OUT AS PIONEERS IN HOME CARE, HOME HEALTHS WEREN'T EVEN OPEN IN ROANOKE WHEN WE STARTED DOING HOSPICE CARE SO WE'VE LEARNED SO MUCH ABOUT SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT. THERE'S VERY LITTLE WE CAN'T TAKE CARE OF IN THE HOME COMPARED TO THE HOSPITALS. ))
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((NATS: WE'VE GOT A LOT OF WORK TO DO, BUT YEAH I THINK AMERICAN'S ARE IN A LOT OF DENIAL.))
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In the first ever report card for end of life care Virginia didn't pass with high marks.
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((SUE MOORE/GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPICE: ABOUT 70 TO 80 PERCENT OF THE POPULATION SAYS THEY'D LIKE TO DIE AT HOME, 80 PERCENT OF US ARE GOING TO DIE IN AN INSTITUTION SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT THAT DISCONNECT... WHAT WE WANT AND WHAT WE HAVE THEN VIRGINIA, ALONG WITH A LOT OF OTHER STATES, APPEARS TO BE GETTING A BELOW PASSING GRADE ON THAT LEVEL.))
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((WE WOULD LIKE TO BE ABLE TO SAY TO PEOPLE IN OUR COMMUNITY, WE GUARANTEE YOU WON'T DIE IN PAIN. WE CAN'T DO THAT. IT'S NOT THAT WE DON'T HAVE THE RIGHT DRUGS, THEY'RE OUT THERE AND OTHER THERAPIES. IT'S JUST THAT PEOPLE DON'T KNOW HOW TO USE THEM, PEOPLE WHO ARE TAKING CARE OF PATIENTS WHO ARE DYING.))
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Moore says it's important for patients to take control of their health. They should write an advance directive and speak to their family about what they want. They should also discuss treatment options with their physician. However, she says the report serves as a good resource because it gives organizations specific goals to work towards.


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((I THINK THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT WE CAN FIX THIS. THIS IS NOT AN INSURMOUNTABLE PROBLEM THAT 25 YEARS FROM NOW WE SHOULD STILL BE TALKING ABOUT.))
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And while the study measured usage of end of life services it didn't measure quality. Both Royal and Moore say there are four hospice organizations in the Roanoke valley alone ready to help terminal patients and their families through the final celebration of life. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke.))


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Coming up after the break, Robin will have a detailed look at our forecast,
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But first, a photographer captures a high speed chase that ends with a bang.
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It looked like something out of an action movie- but this was real life in Los Angeles this morning.
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A car chase that looked like a movie scene-
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The car hits a Brinks truck, skids out and smashes into a tree.
It started in Hollywood and ended on the streets of south Los Angeles.
Police surrounded the car with guns raised- ready to fire.
The driver did not stop when officers ordered him to and ended up underneath the tree.. the car chopped in half.
The driver is going to live- Air bags saved his life, but they didn't save him from being arrested.
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Still to come on the newscast, a freshman helps make the Cavaliers bowl eligible. Mike Stevens will have more in sports.
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Plus a little later, we'll see how much money Harry Potter was able to conjure up at the weekend box office.
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On Wall Street today, stocks began the day higher, but it didn't last. Prices tried to rally briefly at mid-session, but the effort fizzled.
Ed Crane has more.
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The 7 and 4 Virginia Cavaliers are bowl eligible after beating N.C. State over the weekend. The 14-9 victory marked the Wahoos third win over a ranked opponent this season and one key to this years' success has been the play of Jason Snelling.
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The freshman fullback has caught three touchdowns and has racked up 238 receiving yards in 10 games. Impressive considering he came out of L.C. Bird high school as a four year starter at running back. But he was confident he could make a successful transition.
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The six foot one, 221 pound freshman attributes his success to the competitive surroundings growing up at home.
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Snelling and his UVa teammates battle 18th ranked Maryland this Saturday at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville at 5:30. Coming up at the top of the hour, an update on the condition of Bath County's star quarterback Jacob Phillips. Take care everybody News 7 at 5 is coming up in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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Good evening everybody and welcome to Monday ticker. It's short week for the Virginia Tech Hokies as they get set to battle West Virginia - their good friends from across the border.
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(( Once again Tech and WVU will be battling for the Black Diamond Trophy - symbolizing the coal industries in both states. But the Hokies are really battling for their lives. After back to back losses they can ill afford another setback. ((BRYAN RANDALL:)) The Hokies plan to beef up special teams by having Lee Suggs handle the kickoff return duties on Wednesday. Plus, Vegas Robinson, the talented middle linebacker is back after missing three games with a high ankle sprain. ((VEGAS ROBINSON:)) Frank Beamer says his plans right now are to stick with Carter Warley as his kicker, and Michael Crawford will dress, but only play in an emergency situation. The kickoff with the much improved EERs is set for 7 Wednesday night.)) ((RICH RODRIGUEZ:))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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If you went to the movies this weekend, chances are you saw the new Harry Potter movie.
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"Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets'' took in an estimated 87-point-seven MILLION dollars. That's the third-best debut weekend ever.
The first Harry Potter movie had the second-best debut, earning 90 MILLION dollars in its first weekend last year.
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