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Next on News 7 at 5, twenty people are dead including seven Americans what authorities believe is another terrorist attack by the Al-Qaida network.
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Plus family and friends remember the life of a Christiansburg police officer who was killed last week in the line of duty.
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Winds go down, temperatures go up and showers are on the way by the end of the week. Full forecast details ahead.



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Changes are coming to the money in your wallet. We'll have the details.
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We'll tell you why a mental health system has canceled its job offer to Klingon interpreters.
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Plus we'll see a church that is literally full of hot air. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Secretary of State Colin Powell says the terrorist attacks in Saudi Arabia have all the earmarks of Al Quaida.
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((powell; IT SHOWS THE NATURE OF THE ENEMY THESE ARE PEOPLE WHO WILL DETERMINED TO PENETRATE PLACESLIKE THIS FOR THE PURPOSE OF KILLING PEOPLE IN THIER SLEEP. KILLING INNOCENT PEOPLE.))
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Seven of the 20 dead are Americans.
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The terrorists were obviously targetting foreigners. They attacked housing compounds used by foreign workers.


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One witness says several cars stormed into the compounds with men firing guns out of the car windows. A few mments later the cars blew up.
Aleen Sirgany has the latest.
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(( YOU ARE LOOKING AT WHAT THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION CALLS THE EARMARKS OF AL-QAIDA: A TANGLE OF RUBBLE...THE REMAINS OF 3 HOUSING COMPOUNDS...USED BY FOREIGN WORKERS. ALL BLOWN UP BY TERRORIST BOMBS. THERE ARE MANY INJURIES ....BUT IT COULD HAVE BEEN WORSE. 70 AMERICANS WHO WORK FOR A U-S DEFENSE CONTRACTOR LIVED IN ONE OF THE BUILDINGS; BY CHANCE, 50 OF THEM WERE ON A TRAINING MISSION AT THE TIME.
THE TIMING OF THE ATTACK....COINCIDED WITH A VISIT TO SAUDIA ARABIA BY SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL. COLIN POWELL/SECRETARY OF STATE This was a well-planned terrorist attack, the facility had been cased. executed. THE ATTACKERS REPORTEDLY SHOT THEIR WAY INTO THE COMPOUNDS AND THEN SET OFF MULTIPLE SUICIDE CAR BOMBS. THE TERRORISTS ARE SUSPECTED OF BEING LINKED TO A HUGE WEAPONS CACHE FOUND EARLIER THIS MONTH IN THE COUNTRY. SINCE THEN, THE MANHUNT HAS BEEN ON FOR 19 SUSPECTS LINKED TO THAT STOCKPILE. BUSH: The United States will find the killers, and they will learn the meaning of American justice. AS THE F-B-I PREPARES TO START ITS INVESTIGATION IN SAUDI ARABIA, AT LEAST ONE LAWMAKER ARGUES THE ADMINISTRATION HASN'T DONE ALL IT CAN TO PREVENT SUCH ATTACKS.
SEN. BOB GRAHAM/(D) FLORIDA There was information that the admin and its agencies knew before sept 11 that was not acted. That same information is available today; it's not being acted on today.))


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A traffic accident in Montvale this morning killed a woman from Roanoke.
State police say 36-year-old Susan Ann Williams died at Carilion-Roanoke Memorial Hospital after her car collided with a tractor-trailer.
Police say the truck made a left turn in front of her as she was heading east on Route 460.
Both vehicles ended up in a field across from the Montvale library.
Police have not yet filed any charges.

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A Danville man is dead after a late night fire.
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The Danville Fire Department says the fire in the 16-hundred block of Glenn Street started in the kitchen after eleven last night. Officials say it appears an unattended stove was the cause. Neighbors say they saw no flames but that there was lots of smoke. The smoke was so thick that police say the house's sole resident, 47-year old Steve Womack, might have become confused in an unsuccesful attempt to escape. Neighbors say they'll miss his friendly personality.
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((JAIME KING/NEIGHBOR: BECAUSE IF HE NEEDED SOMEHING HE COULD COME TO US, LIKE A RIDE TO THE STORE. HE WAS A SWEET GUY.))
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King says Womack had lived in the house about a year. Officials say he had no smoke detectors.
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A Christiansburg police officer killed in the line of duty is being remembered today as a hard worker and dedicated family man.
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Funeral services for Scott Hylton drew over a thousand people to the Topeco (Tow-Peako) Church in Floyd County. The 43-year-old was shot and killed last Friday by a shoplifting suspect. A long procession of police representatives from around the state and beyond began today's church service and burial.

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((SGT. DOUG WEDDLE/CHRISTIANSBURG POLICE DEPT.; NOT ONLY IS HE A COP BUT HE'S A HUMAN BEING HE'S A DEDICATED FAMILY MAN, HE'S HIGHLY DEVOTED TO HIS WIFE, HIS FAMILY, HIS CHURCH AND ON TOP OF ALL OF THAT ON TOP OF BEING A PERSON HE CAME IN AND DEDICATED HIS LIFE TO CHRISTIANSBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR THE EIGHT HOURS OF NIGHT HE WAS THERE.))
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Hylton joined the department last year but has been in law enforcement for 20-years. He leaves behind a wife and four children. The same pastor that married the couple presided over today's service. Christiansburg Police officials say funds are being set up to help the family.
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How would you like to keep more of your paycheck.
That's what President Bush says his tax plan will do.
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The House has already passed most of the Presidents plan. Now it's up to the Senate.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: FOR THE SAKE OF ECONOMIC VITALITY, CONGRESS HAS TO ACT AND ACT BOLDLY ON THIS PLAN TO GET MORE OF YOUR OWN BACK TO YOU AND PEOPLE YOU HEAR ALL THE TIME IN WASHINGTON THEY'LL SAY, WELL THIS IS ONLY FOR A CERTAIN CLASS OF PEOPLE. THAT'S THE OLD TIRED, STATE CLASS-WARFARE ARGUMENT.))
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The President says the plan will help most all Americans by cutting taxes. He says his plan will also create up to a million new jobs by the end of next year.

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Coming up next , Joy Sutton will tell us why some people are letting vanity stand in the way of their hearing.
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Plus, Andrew Jackson is getting another new look. After the break we'll tell you about the changes coming to your money.
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In health check tonight,
The majority of people who suffer with hearing loss never do anything about it.
That was the case for one Roanoke man. He lived with the problem for years before finally getting a hearing aid.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton reports he thought he was too young to need one.
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Jean,
One audiologist says she's treating people as young as 30 with hearing loss.
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She believes our environment is to blame. She says loud music, even mowing the lawn without ear plugs can take a toll on your hearing.
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For years Mark Brandt made adjustments to get by when he couldn't hear --whether it was asking a customer on the phone to repeat their name --or reading lips when he couldn't quite figure out what someone was saying. He was hesitant at first to get a hearing aid.
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((I'M 42 YEARS OLD I NEVER THOUGHT I WOULD HAVE A HEARING AID. I FELT I WAS TOO YOUNG AND I'VE SWALLOWED MY PRIDE A LITTLE BIT. AND SAID I'VE GOT DO WHAT I'VE GOT TO DO TO HEAR)) [RUNS15]
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Audiologist Madonna Morgan say 28 million Americans suffer from hearing loss but one in five seek treatment.
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((THERE ARE MISCONCEPTIONS THAT HEARING LOSS HAS TO BE SEVERE IN ORDER FOR SOMEONE TO NEED A HEARING AID. THAT'S NOT NECESSARILY THEY CASE ANYMORE BECAUSE THERE ARE SO MANY OPTIONS FOR PEOPLE OUT THERE FOR INSTANCE THE DISPOSABLE HEARING AIDS THAT WE OFFER.)) [RUNS12]
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Some of the common signs of hearing loss include: Difficulty understanding phone conversation, often asking people to repeat themselves, and trouble hearing over background noises.
Brandt got his hearing aid a month ago. He doesn't wear it all the time only when he needs it like at work.
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((WHEN IT AFFECTS OTHER PEOPLE THAT'S WHEN I FELT LIKE I NEEDED TO DO SOMETHING NOT JUST TO HELP ME BUT TO HELP OTHER PEOPLE IN COMMUNICATING WITH ME)) [RUNS09]
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Brandt has the songbird digital disposable hearing aid. It costs about 79-dollars an ear.
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Jean, May is better speech and hearing month.

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The 20 dollar bill is getting another new look.
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The note which features Andrew Jackson is the most counterfeited bill in the U-S.
The revamped bill was unveiled today by the Treasury Depratment. It will employ some subtle changes in color including the addition of peach and blue tones. Other changes have also been made to Jackson's image.
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Joining us now to discuss the changes is Thomas Ferguson with the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

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It doesn't seem like it was very long ago the twenty and several other bills were changed. Why does the Treasury feel it necessary to do it again so soon?

What about the new bills will make them more difficult to counterfeit?
As technology continues to advance, can we expect to see more changes in the near future?
Are changes coming to any other dominations?
When can we expect to see the new bills in circulation?

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Virginia Tech officials say a historical trend among African-Americans is making it harder for them to recruit students.
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Affirmative action expert, Rosemary Watterson says blacks tend to obtain their degrees in the arts, over math and science.
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((2002 WE DO HAVE AFRICAN-AMERICANS NOW WHO PROBABLY HAVE DEGREES IN ALL DISCIPLINES, IT JUST THAT THEY ARE, THEY SEEM TO BE CONCENTRATED CURRENTLY IN THE LIBERAL ARTS OR IN EDUCATION 2016))
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Virginia Tech officials say that is just one of the reasons why the number of blacks at the university is considerably lower than others in the state.
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We'll take a look at some of the other reasons as we begin a series on Affirmative Action, called "University Diversity", tonight on News 7 at 6.
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Next on our newscast,
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we'll see a church that is sure to put some extra bounce into the steps of its parishoners.
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If you can't get to church, the church will come to you in the U-K.
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It's designed to bring the church into the community.
It takes only ten minutes to inflate.
Inside, you'll find an organ, altar, pews, and plastic windows.
Some call it instant spirituality.
The church is made by same company that makes inflatable nightclubs.
There are some downsides. One woman says she sat down in a pew and had trouble getting back up.
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Today in Sports, the Avalanche shuffles its roster. Then a little later
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one mental health system decides it doesn't need the help of Star Trek to treat its patients after all.
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Wall Street couldn't keep its rally going for a third day today as investors cashed in on profits from the last two sessions. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon everybody. The Salem Avalanche is home again tonight for game number two of its four game series with Frederick. Tonight is one of those night's where you will need a program to know what's going on. The Avs made seven personnel moves today. Pitchers Max Tremblay, Ernie Sinclair and second baseman Jon Helquist have been assigned to new teams, while the club welcomes four new faces in infielder Brooks Conrad, outfielder Fehlandt Lentini and pitchers Eny Rodriguez and Chris Sampson. Tonight's game gets under at 7:05. And don't forget that Saturday night is Mayberry night with WDBJ-7.

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The NBA playoffs continue tonight with action from the Wild West. The Kings play the Mavs in game five, while the Spurs host the Lakers in their own game five. Both series are knotted up at two games a piece. The Lakers get head coach Phil Jackson back on the bench, but it remains to be seen if they can win on the Spurs home floor at the new SBC Center where they are 0-and-4.
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The USTA Women's Pro Tennis Championship tournament in Charlottesville began today. Steve Mason has more on a talented musical and tennis string duo on hand for the event.
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Coming up at six, Governor Mark Warner ways in on the ACC expansion talks, see ya then everybody.

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An Oregon mental hospital has decided it doesn't really need a Klingon language interpreter after all.
The office that treats mental health patients in Portland included the language created for the Star Trek movies on a list that could be used by patients.
The news led to some tongue-in-cheek headlines around the country.
Multnomah County officials say they just wanted to make sure they could respond to all patients.
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But they say no one has ever come in speaking only Klingon.
The news disappoints one Portland resident. Jim Colvill is a dedicated Trekker and is fluent in Klingon.
He even sings Karaoke in full costume.
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Multnomah County officials say the job offer attracted national attention, but it's not the kind they were looking for.
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