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The bombings in Saudi Arabia are another reminder that the war on terror goes on.
President Bush is calling the attacks that killed several Americans "ruthless murder."
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And motorcycle ride turns deadly for a man in Franklin County.
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Gusty winds continue to howl across the region but they will subside as we head through the afternoon. I'll have your forecast.
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News 7 at Noon starts right now...

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As many as 10 Americans are said to be among the 91 killed in the terrorist bombings in Saudi Arabia.
U-S officials believe it's the work of al-Qaida.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
President Bush is vowing to catch whoever's reponsible for the bombings, and bring them to American justice.
Aleen Sirgany has the latest.
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((AL-QAIDA MAY HAVE STRUCK AGAIN.

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THIS TIME AT THREE DIFFERENT HOUSING COMPOUNDS IN SAUDI ARABIA...WHERE AT LEAST TEN AMERICANS ARE AMONG THE DEAD.

SOT; BUSH.

...find killers..they will learn the meaning of America justice.
SUICIDE ATTACKERS APPARENTLY SHOT THEIR WAY INTO THE COMPOUNDS HOUSING MANY FOREIGN NATIONALS BEFORE DETONATING POWERFUL BOMBS. THE DEATH TOLL IS STILL UNCLEAR. MANY WERE INJURED. SAUDI OFFICIALS DO KNOW.. IT WAS A WELL COORDINATED ATTACK, ONE THAT COLIN POWELL..on a previously scheduled visit to Saudi Arabia... SAYS HAD QUOTE "THE EARMARKS OF AL-QAIDA."

SOT: POWELL

the damage you see here today will not deter the us or Saudi Arabia in our mutual effort to go after this kind of terrorism and roll it up.
AND THE THERE MAY HAVE BEEN SIGNS THAT A LARGE TERROR ATTACK WAS IMMINENT. THE SAUDIS DISCOVERED A LARGE WEAPONS COLLECTION ...IN EARLY MAY...AND WERE SEEKING 19 SUSPECTS WHO THEY BELIEVE WERE GETTING ORDERS FROM OSAMA BIN LADEN. ONE OF THOSE SUSPECTS HAS TURNED HIMSELF IN AND IS BEING QUESTIONED ABOUT MONDAY'S STRING OF ATTACKS.

SOT: PRINCE SAUD AL-FAISAL/SAUDI FOREIGN MINISTER 9:32:21

"THESE THINGS HAPPEN EVERYWHERE AND IT IS TRULY A MATTER OF LONGSTANDING THAT WE ARE WAGING AGAINST TERRORISM."

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AS THE HUNT CONTINUES FOR THE KILLERS IN THE SAUDI ARABIA TERRORIST ATTACK, THE F-B-I SAYS IT WILL SEND AGENTS TO THE SCENE AS SOON AS IT GET'S PERMISSION FROM THE SAUDIS. COLIN POWELL PREDICTS THAT WILL HAPPEN WITHIN THE NEXT 24 HOURS. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON,))

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Israeli forces have blown up what they say was a bomb factory in the West Bank city of Nablus.
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The Israeli army says it found a substance in the building that could be used for preparing explosive devices, along with a large amount of fertilizers, and a ready- made bomb.
The army carried out a controlled detonation in the building today.
Palestinian firefighters arrived to put out the flames.
Other Palestinians, meanwhile, were taken to the hospital after suffering from smoke inhalation.
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A man lost control of his motorcycle and died last night in Franklin County.
State police say 57-year-old Arthur Harold Gudwin was dead at Carilion-Roanoke Memorial Hospital about an hour after the accident.
Police say he was riding his Harley-Davidson on Route 616, ran off the left side of the road, and hit a tree.

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A woman was injured this morning in a collision with a truck in Montvale.
State police say a tractor-trailer was making a left turn off Route 460 in front of a car heading east.
The car hit the truck, both vehicles ending up in a field across from Montvale Elementary School.
Police say 36-year-old Susan Ann Williams of Roanoke had to be cut out of her car, and was taken by Lifeguard 10 to Carilion-Roanoke Memorial hospital.

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A house fire in Danville has claimed the life of one person.
An unattended stove apparently caused the blaze.
Authorities say the victim possibly fell asleep in the bedroom, became disoriented and couldn't find a way to escape the residence at 1609 Glenn Street.
The home did not have a smoke detector.

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People with lead feet may find themselves getting a little lighter in the wallet.
Governor Mark Warner is signing transportation legislation into law today that will increase fines for speeders.
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The new law creates Highway Safety Corridors on certain highways throughout the state.
Portions of Interstate 81 are expected to meet the criteria, and it is believed I-81 will, in fact, become the first designated corridor.
If you're caught speeding or are charged with any moving violation within this corridor, you will face heftier fines.
Speeders can face penalties that are twice as high.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: I THINK IT CAN BE HELPFUL. IT'S BEEN TRIED IN OTHER STATES IN PENNSYLVANIA AND CALIFORNIA I BELIEVE AND IT LOOKS LIKE IT HAS DECREASED THE NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS ANYTHING WE CAN END UP DOING TO DECREASE THE NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS ON OUR HIGHWAYS PARTICULARLY I-81, I THINK IT IS A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION.))
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Before an area can be designated a highway safety corridor, it must meet several criteria.
State officials will have to review crash data, accident reports, as well as the type and volume of vehicle traffic.

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Coming up, prosecutors in Texas could seek the death penalty in the latest case of a mother killing her children.
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Plus... this year's job market is expected to be tough for college graduates. We'll see what they can do to get noticed.
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It could take months for prosecutors in Texas to sort it all out.
They're considering whether to seek the death penalty against Deanna Laney, the mother accused of killing two of her sons and critically wounding a third.
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38- year- old Laney appeared in court for the first time yesterday afternoon.
Described as deeply- religious, Laney was known as a devoted wife and mother.
Many of who knew her were shocked when they heard what happened.
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((DAWN MAYNE/LANEY'S FORMER NEIGHBOR: SHE WAS A VERY UPBEAT, HAPPY, EASY GOING ALWAYS THERE TO HELP HER KIDS OTHER CHILDREN IN THE COMMUNITY, THEY WOULD ALL GET OUT A PLAY TOGETHER. SHE WAS JUST A WONDERFUL MOTHER AND A WONDERFUL PERSON. ))
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The murders recall the case of another Texas mother, Andrea Yates, who drowned her five children.
Yates got life in prison.
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Many college graduates are finding the "real world" even scarier than they'd thought--
This is proving to be a tough year for job hunting.
But there are ways to set yourself apart from the other applicants.
Trish Regan reports.
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There is more news 7 at Noon to come. Up next we will look at the next big budget sequel to hit a theater near you.

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For years, Bedford County has earned a reputation as the "little sheriff's office that could" for its success in battling computer criminals who prey on children.
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Now they hope to teach other agencies to accomplish the same thing.
Sheriff Mike Brown yesterday announced the donation of new computers to the Central Virginia Criminal Justice Academy where officers will get training in on-line investigation.
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((ED SULZBACH/CVCJA DIRECTOR: IT'S GREATLY ENHANCED OUR TRAINING CAPABILITIES AND ALSO THE SCOPE, TURNING A REGIONAL ACADEMY INTO A NATIONAL ACADEMY IF YOU WILL.))
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The donation makes Lynchburg one of just a few sites nationwide where police officers can learn to identify and track on-line pedophiles and sexual predators.
The money comes from Bedford County's federal grant for its Blue Ridge Thunder investigation team.
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The summer box office season is getting an early start this year. The X-Men sequel is already over the 100 million dollars mark in ticket sales.
Now this Thursday, another movie is set to take on the box office.
"The Matrix Reloaded" is ready for some kigh kicking action.
Manuel Gallegus has a preview from Hollywood.
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((QUICK SOT- PERSEPHONE A SEXY TEMPTRESS EVIL TWINS A MEGALOMANIAC AGENT. -QUICK SOT-AGENT SMITH AND THE ONE WHO MUST B
ATTLE THEM ALL TO SAVE HUMANITY -QUICK SOT-NEO THE MATRIX RELOADED IS A DARK, LAYERED SCI-FI FANTASY -SOT-JADA PINKETT

-- the machines are coming THE SECOND PART OF THE MOVIE TRILOGY FINDS THE REBELS BATTLING THE MACHINES. A WORLD WHERE I
NFORMATION IS TRAFFICKED LIKE DRUGS -SOT-KEANU REEVES, NEO NEO, MORPHEUS, AND TRINITYARE STRONGER THAN EVERON FILM AND

IN REAL LIFE. THE STARS SPENT MONTHS ON END LEARNING KUNG FU PERFORMING THEIR OWN DEMANDING FIGHT SCENES IT TOOK CARRIE
ANNE MOSS SIX MONTHS TO PERFECT THE SCORPION KICK. -NAT SOT- FIGHT KICK EVEN THE PROMOTION OF THE FILM WAS FANTASTIC.

IN A HUGE STUDIO ON THE WARNER BROTHERS LOT, THE STARS SAT ON AN ELABORATE SET WITH THE INTERVIEWER PERCHED IN MID AIR.
-SOT-LAURENCE FISHBURNE, MORPHEUS it s bigger, denser, more exciting -SOT-MORPHEUS ADDRESSING ZION MORPHEUS EMERGES AS
THE LEADER OF ZIONA TRIBAL SUBTERRANEAN HAVEN FOR ALL THAT S LEFT OF THE HUMAN RACE -SOT-having the opportunity to spe

ak to 1500 screaming people is always an ego boost.did you feel like a rock star? Absolutely! RELOADED AND THE SEQUEL REVOLUTIONS WERE SHOT SIMULTANEOUSLY IN ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA LITERALLY THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE FROM EXTRAS TO D
IGITAL ARTISTSWORKED ON THE FILM. -NAT SOT-MOVIE CLIP BURLEY BRAWL THE CLIMACTIC BURLY BRAWL SCENE IS A CINEMATIC FIRST

COMBINING REAL ACTORS AND VIRTUAL REALITY. THE AMBITIOUS PROJECT SHOULD PAY OFF THE MATRIX IS A CULT CLASSIC PHENOMENON, LITHE AMBITIOUS PROJECT SHOULD PAY OFF THE MATRIX IS A CULT CLASSIC PHENOMENON,.))

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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN 37 points. The NASDAQ has lost one.

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Coming up next, a superhero wanna-be takes his protest to a high place,
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Plus Governor Mark Warner traded in his suit last night for a basketball jersey. We'll see how he did after the break.

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Governor Mark Warner wasn't trying to score points with the public last night.... he was just trying to score points.
Last night he took to the basketball court to raise money for charity.
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Warner was in the starting lineup last night.
As a matter of fact, he changed jerseys at halftime and played on BOTH teams. The democratic Governor also showed he could go RIGHT, but eventually he comes back to the left and knocks in the shot, all while maintaining his modesty.
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[vo nat con't] The event which featured a number of familiar faces, marked the culmination of national business appreciation week. It also provided a nice release for the Governor.
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[vo nat con't] The Governor was referring to News 7 Sports' Steve Mason - who left work early - fudged on his time card and then knocked in the three pointer.
All and all it was a bunch of mature men rubbing elbows with the current king of the Commonwealth.
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The King Family memorial Scholarship Tournament teed off yesterday at Blue Hills Golf Club.
200 golfers played in the one- day captain's choice.
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Afterwards, the King family handed out its seventh annual memorial scholarship. This 10- thousand dollar grant has become one of the most sought- after scholarships in the valley. Lord Botetourt senior C.J. Boothe takes home prize this year. The senior played football for the Cavaliers, and is also an avid golfer.
He was chosen from a field of 103 applicants for his overall excellence in athletics, citizenship and community service.
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[vo nat con't] He plans to continue his education at East Tennessee State University.
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The Roanoke Catholic Lady Hoopsters picked up the Civitan Sportsmanship award yesterday.
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The ceremony was held at the Patrick Henry Hotel.
The Celtics played .500 ball this past season, but the team's record was anything but the bottom line.
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The Civitan Club also handed out its annual 500 dollar scholarship.
This year;s winner is the Celtics' Rachel Slenski.
She will use it towards her education at Hollins, where she will play both basketball and volleyball.
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He's the European Spiderman, who's known for scaling the world's biggest skyscrapers WITHOUT safety equipment, or insurance.
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Self- styled Spiderman Alain Robert is now turning heads in London.
Residents passing by the Lloyds building stopped to watch Robert climb the building.
This time, his feat was to mark his opposition to the war in Iraq. Robert's daring climbs first began in Chicago, back in 1994.
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