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Today on News 7 at 5, another tape of someone claiming to be Saddam Hussein is released. In this one he vows revenge for his dead sons.
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Also the Pentagon comes under fire for a proposed website that would encourage people to predict terrorist acts.
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We were trapped in an area of moisture today which kept temperatures low. What's ahead? Details in a moment.

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Also the man who ran a Roanoke nightclub says his business was closed unfairly.
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The union and I-T-T officials are heading back to the bargaining table.
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Also Dave Letterman gets some really big ears. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((NAT SOUND TAPE IN ARABIC))
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An Audiotape reportedly from Saddam Hussein airs today on Arab television.
On the tape, he says his two sons died as martyrs for Iraq.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
The voice on the tape mourns the deaths of Uday and Qusay- and those who struggled with them- and vows revenge against U-S forces for their deaths.
But is the tape genuine? And will it help U-S forces close in on Saddam?
Stacy Case reports from Washington.
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(( U-S INTELLIGENCE OFFICIALS SAY TROOPS HUNTING THE FORMER IRAQI PRESIDENT CAPTURED THREE OF HIS LOYALISTS, INCLUDING A TOP BODYGUARD. OFFICIALS BELIEVE THEY'RE CLOSING IN ON HUSSEIN, HIMSELF. LT GENERAL NORTON SCHWARTZ/U.S. ARMY that is what we believe that he relocated periodically during the day and the night.
Demonstration in Iraq/ "we want jobs"

AS IRAQIS DEMAND JOBS IN BAGHDAD---

LAWMAKERS HERE AT HOME ARE DEMANDING ANSWERS. DURING TESTIMONY ON CAPITOL HILL, DEPUTY DEFENSE SECRETARY PAUL WOLFOWITZ, FACED AN ANGRY LINE OF QUESITONING ABOUT THE REAL COST OF WAR AND THE TRUE NUMBER OF SOLDIERS NEEDED TO FINISH THE JOB.
SEN. JOSEPH BIDEN/(D)FOREIGN RELATIONS CHAIRMAN You know there's going to be at least a hundred thousand American forces there for at least the next calendar year. (Wolfowitz attempts to interrupt Biden)And you're not asking us for any money?! Let me finish please. WOLFOWITZ TESTIFIED THAT IRAQIS ARE BEING OFFERED $500 TO ATTACK
AN AMERICAN---- POSSIBLY THE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY HE SAYS, WHERE
CONTRACT KILLING IS DRIVING THE NEAR DAILY--- GUERILLA ATTACKS.

STAND UP: STACY CASE/REPORTING))

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A warning goes out to airlines and law enforcement agencies- Al Qaida may try new suicide hijackings- similar to the Nine eleven attacks, sometime in the next few months.
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An intelligence source says the warning which is not specific, came from information from at least one Al Qaida prisoner.
It also came from intercepted communications.
The Department of Homeland security spokesman says officials are still investigating to find out how credible that information is- there is also no word on potential targets.
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The Pentagon is bailing out on a plan to launch a website allowing traders to bet on future terrorist attacks.
It was an idea so reviled on Capitol Hill, it didn't survive the light of day. Drew Levinson explains.
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((It was to be the Government's version of playing the stock market....

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except the transactions would have dealt in terror..

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"FOR THE LIFE OF ME I CAN'T BELIEVE ANYBODY WOULD SERIOUSLY PROPOSE THAT WE TRADE IN DEATH."

(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON)

"IN THE SPIRIT OF WALL STREET--THE PENTAGON WANTED TO SET UP A SORT OF FUTURES MARKET. INVESTORS WOULD HAVE BET ON THE LIKELIHOOD OF A TERRORIST ATTACK OR ASSASSINATION PLOT AGAINST A HEAD OF STATE."

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THIS IS THE WEBSITE.....
The Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency or DARPA was already on line. One page showed a hypothetical situation where investors could trade on the possibility of governments being toppled or world leaders assonated Senators feared the program not only provided an incentive to commit acts of terrorism but terrorists could even profit from it.

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"THIS DEFIES COMMON SENSE, IT'S ABSURD"
Before scrapping the plan--the pentagon said it was part of it's
research effort ---quote--"to investigate the broadest possible set of

new ways to prevent terrorist attacks."
But then conceded it was wrong.

(SOT Paul Wolfowitz/Deputy Defense Secretary)

"IT SOUNDS LIKE MAYBE THEY GOT TOO IMAGINATIVE IN THIS AREA."
So for anyone considering investing it terror--this futures market is closed. DL, CBS News, New York.)

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It's back to the bargaining table for striking workers at I-T-T.
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[file @ 03-22 1:01:17] Union leaders say they will meet with the company on Thursday to hammer out details of a new labor contract. Officials expect hundreds of members of the Local 162 to vote on a new deal at a mass meeting set for this Saturday. The major issues being negotiated include mandatory overtime as well as health care and pension caps. Workers have held mass rallies like this one each week and say they're prepared to walk the picket line for as long as necessary. ITT says the strike will not affect its customers and that it will not publicly discuss contract issues.
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A downtown Roanoke nightspot is out of business and the owner says the city is too blame.
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Hugh Mayo ran Big Daddy's, a hip hop club on the corner of First Street and Luck Avenue.
In May, Roanoke Police visited the club and found marijuana.
An officer then sent a letter to the owners of the building saying they could be charged since it is their property.

The owners then terminated Mayo's lease.
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((HUGH MAYO/CLUB OWNER: I'VE HAD A FEW MINOR PROBLEMS, NOTHING MAJOR, NOTHING BIG. I'VE HAD PROBLEMS LIKE ANY OTHER RESTAURANT NIGHTCLUB IN THE ROANOKE AREA HAS HAD.))
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Mayo claims the police targeted his establishment because it plays hip hop music and it caters to a younger crowd.
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Roanoke Police denies that accusation saying complaints from citizens prompted their investigation.

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Coming up next on healthcheck, one condom maker is turning to marketing to cut one group's AIDS rate.
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[VO] Plus, Joy Sutton will tell us about a new type of M-R-I that appeals to the claustraphobic.
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According to statistics, African Americans make up 12 percent of the U-S population. However they account for half of the new HIV infections reported in 2001.
The maker of a brand of condoms wants to change that.
He is marketing his product to the Hip-Hop Generation.
Eric Phillips reports.
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Actor Christopher Reeve says it'll take a global effort to find a cure for spinal cord damage.
He's in Israel studying the treatment of spinal cord injuries.
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Reeve says he thinks there is a good chance he'll walk again provided politics and religion don't interfere with scientific research.
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((CHRISTOPHER REEVE/ACTOR: I'M HERE TO LEARN. I'M HERE TO LISTEN. I'M HERE TO OBSERVE NOT ONLY THE VERY PROGRESSIVE SCIENCE THAT IS GOING ON, BUT ALSO TO SEE PATIENTS IN REHABILITATION WHO ARE STRUGGLING TO MAKE PROGRESS IN THEIR LIVES.))
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Reeve says progress in medical resarch is a global effort. No single country can accomplish it by itself.
Reeve has been paralyzed from the neck down since an equestrian accident in 1995.

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For people who are claustrophobic or have trouble with in-closed spaces --there's a new type of MRI --that can making the screening process easier.
It's called an open MRI.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us it's now available in the Roanoke Valley.
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Jean,
This technology is now offered at the Center for Advanced Imaging.
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The device can be used to diagnosis a variety of ailments from tumors and spinal fractures, to strokes and multiple sclerosis.
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Dave Beagle drove an hour just have an open MRI. He admits he's claustrophobic.
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Beagle is hoping this screening at the Center for Advanced Imaging will help doctors determine what is causing the tingling in his foot.
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((THE USE OF THE MRI IS SUPERB FOR ANATOMICAL DETAIL FOR SEEING SMALL PARTS OF ANATOMY THAT WE NEED TO LOOK AT FOR MAKING DIAGNOSIS OF CERTAIN DISEASES)) [RUNS14]
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Doctor O'Brien says the open MRI gives patients another advantage.
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((THIS IS A FIELD STRENGTH OPEN MRI. A FIELD STRENGTH MEANING TO CAPTURE THOSE IMAGES IS SUPERB. BUT THE FACT THAT IT'S OPEN MAKES IT EASIER FOR MOST PEOPLE TO TOLERATE)) [RUNS13]
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Beagle says despite his initial terror the process wasn't that bad. He just hopes it makes a difference.
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((I'VE BEEN TO TWO DOCTORS, A CHIROPRACTOR AND A FOOT SPECIALIST AND SO FAR NO ONE HAS FOUND ANYTHING. SO THIS SEEMS LIKE THE BEST SOLUTION TO FIGURE OUT WHAT'S ACTUALLY WRONG WITH MY FEET)) [RUNS13]
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Carilion and Lewis-Gale Medical Center also have an alternative to the traditional MRI --called a short boar MRI. It has a five foot tube versus the standard 8 feet cylinder.
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Jean,

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Coming up today in Sports, a judge makes an important ruling in the Big East's lawsuit against the A-C-C.
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[VO] Plus Arnold Schwarzenegger may be close to making a decision about the California Governor's race.
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Still to come on the newscast, McDonald's has to be happy about the stock market. We'll tell you why.
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Plus, it may sound corny, but a farmer in Iowa is a really big David Letterman fan.
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On Wall Street today, a dip in consumer confidence sent the stock markets reeling for a while. Jean Lee has that and more in today's Marketwatch report.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your Tuesday ticker. A Connecticut judge has decided to keep the Big East's lawsuit against the University of Miami and the Atlantic Coast Conference moving forward.
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Judge Samuel Sferrazza denied an A-C-C motion yesterday that would have prevented the case from proceeding. Four Big East football schools are seeking millions of dollars in damages claiming the A-C-C conspired with Big East member Miami to join the A-C-C and weaken the Big East.
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Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal says documents must be turned over by August 8th, and depositions will begin late next month.

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One of the ACC's top running backs returning this season is UVa's Wali Lundy.
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The rising sophomore was the MVP of the Continental Tire Bowl after a four touchdown performance. Despite 10 touchdowns and over 13 hundred yards rushing and receiving, his coach thinks Wali is due for even a bigger year thanks to the fact he is not playing basketball, or running track as he did in high school.
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The Washington Redskins have cut defensive tackle Dan Wilkinson. The team demanded he take a pay cut. Talks continued through this morning, but with no agreement Wilkinson was released. The veteran was getting the team's biggest paycheck worth three-point-five (m) million dollars. Wilkinson had a career-low 17 tackles and no sacks last season.
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The Skins are holding camp at home this year for only the second time in the modern era.
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On to racing where Mike Skinner is taking over for injured driver Jerry Nadeau at M-B-2 Motorsports.
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Mike Wallace had filled in since May, when Nadeau was critically injured at Richmond. Boris Said also drove the Number oh-one Pontiac once. Now Skinner is taking over the ride, beginning with the Brickyard 400 this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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Skinner was fired last month from Morgan-McClure Motorsports. That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, words from former Hokie Ben Taylor who has big plans as a Cleveland Browsn starter this season, see ya then everybody.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger might not quit his day job afterall.
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After months of speculation that he would run in the election to recall California Governor Gray Davis, a senior adviser says Schwarzenegger is``leaning against running.'' The adviser says a decision could be made by the end of the week. Schwarzenegger has until August ninth to file to get on the ballot.
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A corn farmer in Iowa is using his field to pay homage to his favorite late night talk host.
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Gary Knight turned four acres of his young corn field to build a maze dedicated to David Letterman.
He uses the field to attract people to his farm.
A big storm last week almost put an end to the display when it flattened the corn, but it is expected to bounce back.
Knight's field was planted about six weeks ago, which is later than most corn.
But he wants his maze to peak in time to open for the Halloween season.
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