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Today on News 7 at 5, some local military families are reunited today- as the 229th Chemical Company arrived home.

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Plus another school is locked down over the fear of violence.
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Rain and more rain. It just keeps coming and could be heavy at times tomorrow. Flood watches have been issued for portions of the viewing area for Thursday. The wet details just ahead.

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A busy highway is closed following a road collapse.
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There is ogood news for people who use satellite dishes to watch television.
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Plus we'll see what it takes to make Jennifer Lopez blush. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((PROTESTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS AND CONFERENCES WILL NOT BE ENOUGH. YOU WILL ONLY BENEFIT BY TAKING ARMS AND USING THEM AGAINST THE ENEMY, THE AMERICANS AND THE JEWS.))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Those are apparently the words of Osama bin Laden's right hand man who's urging more terrorist attacks here in the United States.
The videotape was released today on the Al Jazeera TV network.
Aleen Sirgany has more on the nation's high alert as we head into the holiday weekend.
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FROM THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE TO THE STATUE OF LIBERTY TO THE CANADIAN BORDER, THE COUNTRY IS ON HIGH ALERT.
NEW YORK, WASHINGTON D.C AND BOSTON ARE BEING ESPECIALLY CAREFUL: THE F-B-I REPORTS TERRORIST "CHATTER" SUGGESTS POSSIBLE ATTACKS IN THOSE CITIES, AS WELL AS ALONG THE U.S COASTLINE.
THE ADMINISTRATION DOESN'T KNOW WHEN OR WHERE AN ATTACK COULD HAPPEN. BUT PRESIDENT BUSH, SPEAKING AT A COAST GUARD GRADUATION CEREMONY TODAY REMAINS CONFIDENT THE WAR ON TERROR CAN BE WON. BUSH : We will hunt the terrorists in every dark corner of the earth. And we're making good progress. ALL THE EXTRA SECURITY AND OVERTIME POLICING COSTS MONEY. AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, ALREADY STRAPPED FOR CASH, ARGUE THERES SIMPLY NOT ENOUGH TO GO AROUND.
CHIEF WILLIAM BRATTON/LAPD There are a lot of promises coming out of Washington, but the real aid has been slow in coming. JUST ONE DAY AFTER THE INCREASE TO ORANGE ALERT, OSAMA BIN LADENS RIGHT HAND MAN IS SENDING OUT AN ALERT OF HIS OWN.
IN AN AUDIO TAPE PLAYED ON AL-JAZEERA TELEVISION, A TOP LIEUTENANT IN THE AL-QAIDA NETWORK URGED MUSLIMS TO STRIKE THE EMBASSIES AND COMMERCIAL INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES. Military bases also on high alert. Aleen Sirgany CBS News.))

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A gun scare prompted a lockdown at Lord Botetourt High School this morning.
A 17 year old student is charged with possessing a gun on school property.
It allegedly happened on school property last night.
Several students then reported seeing the suspect at school this morning.
He was arrested several hundred yards away from the school.
He did not have a gun at the time, but one was found at the house where he stayed Tuesday night.

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More than 120 Virginia National Guard reservists are back home tonight. The 229th Chemical Company was welcomed back by friends and family in an emotional ceremony.
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Richard Lesko is at the National Guard Armory-
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((ROLLCUE:..THEY WERE COMING HOME INSTEAD))
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Motorists headed from Lynchburg to Big Island and back better find an alternate route. Route 501 is still closed.

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A drainage pipe under the road collapsed last night, causing part of the pavement to crumble as well.
It occurred about a mile south of the Georgia Pacific plant in Big Island.
V-DOT crews have been on the scene since yesterday making repairs.
The road is expected to remain closed until some time tomorrow.
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Local television channels are coming to the satellite services.
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Direct-TV and Dish Network say they will begin providing the channels within days. Not having local stationss was the number one complaint from satellite customers and prospective buyers. Businesses selling the systems expect sales to double if not triple over the next few months.
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((BILL GIBSON/MASTER TV; SATELLITE SALES WILL GO THROUGH THE ROOF AND THEY WILL CONTINUE TO DO THAT ONCE PEOPLE GET LOCALS.)) ((JOHN COSGROVE/LEE HARTMAN & SONS; WE THINK THEY'LL BE AVERY VERY HIGH RATE OF BUSINESS AND OF COURSE IT MEANS WE'LL BE SLOWER PUTTING THINGS IN BECAUSE OF VOLUME OF BUSINESS. ))
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Roanoke County resident Chip Garst bought a dish because he doesn't have cable coverage. Garst says he rigged up an antenna to get local channels but is happy they will be in his service. Local channels are expected to cost an additional 5-dollars a month.
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Coming up - The Director of the Environmental Protection Agency is stepping down -
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Plus on Health Check, doctors are finding there is "strength" in numbers when it comes to treating osteoporosis.
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President Bush is looking for a new head of the Environmental protection agency.
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Christine Todd Whitman has resigned.
In a letter to the President today she says she's was leaving to spend time with her family.
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((CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN/ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY DIRECTOR: NOW IS THE TIME. IF YOU DON'T GO NOW, YOU OWE THE PRESIDENT TO STAY THROUGH THE REELECTION FRANKLY, MY HUSBAND AND I HAVE BEEN MARRIED FOR 29 YUEARS. FOR 26 AND HALF OF THEM WE LIVED TOGETHER. THE LAST TWO WE HAVEN'T. wE LIKE IT BETTER THE OTHER WAY. IT'S TIME FOR ME TO GO HOME TO HIM.))
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Whitman had a history of clashing with the White House, starting with the President's withdrawal from the International Global warming treaty.

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Check out any supermarket and you will see an array of new products designed specifically for women.
But are these foods really better for a woman's health or are they just clever marketing? Dr. Mallika Marshall has some answers.
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(( VITAMINS, CEREAL, NUTRITION BARS...EVEN BOTTLED WATER..ALL DESIGNED WITH A WOMAN'S HEALTH IN MIND....
MOS "I feel that women need more calcium"
MOS " working, children, school, it's hard..it's hard to eat properly"
MOS "I don't get enough milk"
TRACK GOVERNMENT RESEARCH SHOWS THAT MORE THAN HALF OF ALL WOMEN FAIL TO GET THE RECOMMENDED DIETARY ALLOWANCE OF SIX ESSENTIAL NUTRIENTS. AND WHERE THERE'S A NEED...SOMEONE WILL FILL IT.
KATHLEEN SEIDERS/Professor of Marketing. "Women represent more than 70 percent of the supermarket shoppers.......so it's smart for marketers to go specifically to women.
TRACK MOST OF THESE MADE-FOR-WOMEN PRODUCTS ARE FORTIFIED WITH THE SAME THINGS...CALCIUM, IRON, FOLIC ACID, VITAMINS AND SOY... BUT DO THEY REALLY OFFER WOMEN SOMETHING DIFFERENT THAN OTHER PRODUCTS ON THE MARKET?
HEIDI REICHENBERGER/DIETICIAN "having fortified food is a great benefit to all of us..but I don't think we need to have women food and men food..
TRACK HEIDI REICHENBERGER (Ri'-ken-ber-ger) IS A SPOKESWOMAN FOR THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION. I HAD HER COMPARE HARMONY...A CEREAL FOR WOMEN... TO TOTAL CEREAL...BOTH OF THEM MADE BY GENERAL MILLS.

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"Nutritionally, Total has 100 percent of the calcium and iron, compared to the 50 and 60 percent in Harmony. But interestingly, the cereal geared toward women has much more sugar"
TRACK ANOTHER POPULAR ITEM FOR WOMEN..LUNA NUTRITION BARS..OFFERING FOLIC ACID...SOY AND CALCIUM.

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"They're great if you're on the run, but not something I would eat regularly because of the high calories..the same number of calories as a candy bar.
TRACK HEIDI SAYS ALL OF US SHOULD TRY TO GET THE NUTRIENTS WE NEED BY BUYING A VARIETY OF HEALTHY FOODS. BUT DON'T EXPECT TO SEE LESS GENDER SPECIFIC PRODUCTS IN THE FUTURE DR. MALLIKA MARSHALL.))

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A new study could change the way doctors treat some people with osteoporosis.
The bone weakening disease affects more than 25 million Americans, mainly women.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Jean,
The study found that a combination of treatments may be the best way to increase bone density.
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And doctors believe an increase in density means a reduction in broken bones.
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(( Rhueumatologist Garry Bayliss says the study could have a significant impact on how some osteoporosis patients are treated.
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((I THINK WE CAN MAKE PATIENTS AWARE BASED ON BETTER SCIENTIFIC DATA NOW THAT IF THEIR SITUATION IS SEVERE WE CAN USE A MORE AGGRESSIVE SORT OF REGIMEN BY USING A COMBINATION OF HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY AND DRUGS LIKE FOSAMAX)) [RUNS16]
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The study found that women who were on both hormone replacements and bone building drugs, like Fosamax over a three year period significantly increased their bone density compared to those only on one form of treatment.
Hip bone density increased six percent with combination therapy compared to four percent with the single treatment. Spinal densities increased 10 percent as opposed to four percent with single therapy.
And while that might seem like a small percentage --Doctor Bayliss says other studies have shown that even small changes can be significant.
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Doctor Bayliss say there is a concern about putting women on hormone replacement therapy because of the risk for heart attacks, stroke and breast cancer.
But the authors of the new study say those problems were low in their test.
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Jean,

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Congress wants to know if the Justice Department is abusing some powers it was granted in the wake of September 11th.
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The federal government has always been allowed to access your library records but investigators were required to have a subpoena. Ever since Congress enacted the Patriot Act of 2001 to fight terrorism, law enforcement officers can get a search warrant with only a *suspicion* that you might be committing a crime. Before parts of the provision expire in 2005 lawmakers will review it to make sure it's being used responsibly.
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((REP. BOB GOODLATTE: THERE'S BEEN A LOT OF SPECULATION ABOUT HYPOTHETICAL CIRCUMSTANCES IN WHICH SOMEBODY'S RIGHTS COULD BE ABUSED BUT WE'RE INTERESTED IN HEARING OF ACTUAL CASES WHERE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS HAVE BEEN ABUSED AT LIBRARIES OR OTHER PLACES AND, IF SO, WE'LL CERTAINLY ACT ACCORDINGLY.))
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Meantime, dozens of lawmakers are trying to exempt libraries from the the act even as talk of Patriot *Two* begins.
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[Take Eye Spy Promo FS] We'll have more on what some see as the loss of civil liberties in "Eye Spy", tonight on News 7 at 6.
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Coming up later on the newscast,
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[VO] we'll tell you why a new Jennifer Lopez statue may be in danger of melting.
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Coming up today in Sports, we'll see why the conflict between the Big East and the A-C-C is already having an impact on some basketball programs.
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Then a little bit later, Harry Potter fans have a new tool to help them countdown to the release of the latest chapter.
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On Wall Street today, a cautious economic outlook from the Federal Reserve chairman kept many investors on the sidelines.
Alexis Christoforous has the details in our Marketwatch report.
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((FED CHIEF ALAN GREENSPAN WAS THE MARQUEE EVENT FOR WALL STREET TODAY... IN TESTIMONY BEFORE CONGRESS GREENSPAN ECHOED COMMENTS THE FED MADE AT ITS PREVIOUS MEETING.. THAT DEFLATION - OR FALLING PRICES - IS NOW MORE OF A THREAT TO THE ECONOMY THAN INFLATION. AS FOR AN INTEREST RATE CUT AT THE FED'S JUNE MEETING.. GREENSPAN SAID POLICYMAKERS NEED TO SEE MORE POST WAR ECONOMIC DATA BEFORE THEY CAN DETERMINE IF THE ECONOMY IS STRENGHTENING...
THE DOW CLIMBED 25 POINTS
WHILE THE NASDAQ DIPPED ABOUT A POINT.
TOBACCO STOCKS LIT UP AFTER A FLORIDA APPELLATE COURT OVERTURNED A MULTI BILLION DOLLAR VERDICT AGAINST THE TOBACCO COMPANIES.
HEWLETT PACKARD JUMPED 5 POERCENT ON THE HEELS OF A GLOWING PROFIT REPORT AND A ROSY OUTLOOK.
Meat-related stocks including Mcdonald's and Tyson Foods climbed out of a deep hole created in the previous session after word that mad cow disease had been found in Canada.
AND WALL STREET MAY HAVE TO WAIT A BIT LONGER FOR AOL TIME WARNER'S IPO OF ITS CABLE TV OPERATIONS. THE MEDIA GIANT SAID THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION OF ITS ACCOUNTING COULD DELAY THE INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING UNTIL SOMETIME NEXT YEAR.
TRACK ALL THE MARKET ACTION AT CBS.MW.COM... AT THE NASDAQ I'M AC IN NEW YORK. ))
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Good afternoon and welcome to the midweek ticker everybody. The last of the Big East officials left Florida this morning. In about a week, most believe the conference itself will formally break up. The split is a football driven decision that Mike Stevens says is already having an adverse effect on basketball.
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The bad weather is playing havoc with the local high school tournament schedules. The Blue Ridge District boys soccer semifinals set for tonight will now be played tomorrow night at Blacksburg Middle School starting at 5 o'clock.

The Blue Ridge District Baseball Tournament at William Byrd has also been pushed back a day. In addition, Franklin County's Western Valley District contest with E-C Glass was also postponed and will be played Thursday.
The only show in town tonight will be the Western Valley District Soccer tournament, which is underway at this hour at Victory Stadium.

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The wet stuff has also put a damper on the ACC Baseball Tournament over in Salem. The tourney has been suspended indefinitely.
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There were plenty of ACC fans at Salem Memorial today, including Chief Osceola (Oss-ee-ole-a) from Florida State.


But the event has been placed in a temporary holding pattern thanks to Mother Nature.
Conference and stadium officials have kept a close eye to the sky all day long.
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ACC officals have yet to determine a revised schedule. That's it for the ticker. We'll see you at six everybody.


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The clock is winding down for Harry Potter fans.
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Millions of young readers have anxiously been waiting for the release of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
It's book five in the popular series by writer J-K Rowlings.
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Scholastic Books launched a one-month countdown clock at their corporate offices in New York City today.
The June 21st release is an historic event in the publishing world. With eight and a half million copies, it's the largest first edition printing ever.
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Jennifer Lopez is in two places at once- at least her wax figure is.
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Madame Tussaud's in New York and Madame Tussaud's in London unveiled the first ever interactive wax figures globabally at the same time.
If you whisper in her ear, the wax statue blushes.
Of course many people tried just that today.
In celebration of the latest collection a booty call contest was held as to who's rear measures up to the famous star- The winner: an 80 year old man.
His prize a rose and a ten dollar free admission to the attraction.
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