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Today on News 7 at 5, twenty people are dead and a hundred are injured in a suicide bomb blast in Baghdad.
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Plus another bomber strikes a bus in Jerusalem, killing at least 20 people there.
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Generally quiet weatherwise. Temperatures on the warm side and early morning fog. Complete details just ahead.

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Authorities in West Virginia say drugs may be involved in the sniper shootings.
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On Health Check, we'll see where new mothers can find help with breast feeding.
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Plus a Senator and a Congressman bring help to Henry County. News 7 at 5 is next.

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These are pictures from inside the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad where a truck bomb exploded killing at least 20 people.
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((THE UNITED NATIONS PERSONNEL AND IRAQI CITIZENS KILLED IN THE BOMBING WERE IN THAT COUNTRY ON A PURELY HUMANITARIAN MISSION.))
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Among the dead the U-N's top man in Iraq- Sergio de Mello who was there on a mission of peace.
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They were there to work on reconstruction and to bring medical care and food to Iraqis.
Today a suicide bomber with a truckful of explosives attacked the headquarters- leaving behind death and destruction.
Jennifer Donelan is live in Washington with the latest.
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(( The bomb ripped through the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad. It's believed a truck loaded with explosives rammed it's way into the lobby area. U.S. Military Spokesman Niel Smith: "All I heard was a large explosion." Over a hundred are injured and the death toll mounted hour by hour as rescue workers tried to reach those trapped in the debris. One of dead is the UN's top envoy to Iraq Sergio De Mello. CBS cameras were inside when the blast shook the building...a routine press conference turned into chaos. Plunged into darkness, the dazed and wounded tried to scrambled to safety...many of them bloodied by flying debris. Outside, the damage was clear: thick black smoke billowing into the sky over walls that had crumbled. Gaping holes stood where windows used to be. Black-hawk helicopters and hundreds of U.S. soldiers raced to the scene to secure the site and evacuate the wounded. ** The bombing is being being labeled a terrorist attack. U.S. Civil Administrator Paul Bremer toured the devastation and vowed to remain focused on the mission at hand. In the U.S., President Bush condemned the attack and made it clear that America's commitment to Iraq will not be shaken. President Bush: "The civilized world will not be intimidated. These killers will not determine the future of Iraq." IN A LETTER TO THE U-N...POPE JOHN PAUL EXPRESSED HIS CONDOLENCES AFTER TODAY'S BOMBING. HE ALSO CALLED FOR THOSE ENGAGED IN VIOLENCE TO QUOTE 'ABANDON THE WAYS OF HATRED.' JENNIFER DONELAN CBS NEWS WASHINGTON.))

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Presidential hopeful Senator John Edwards says today's bombing shows that President Bush lacks a clear plan for post-war Iraq.
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Edwards was campaigning today in Virginia.
The North Carolina Democrat says the U-S needs to rely more on NATO and the U-N to help stabilize the situation in Iraq.
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Edwards also criticized President Bush for supporting the Patriot Act.
He says the law is a threat to civil liberties.
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And another suicide bombing to report tonight - this time in Israel-
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in Jerusalem on a crowded bus.
Israel police say at least 20 people are dead including two children and another 80 more are injured.
The blast happened on a main street on what's described as an extra long bus.
Witnesses report bodies strewn on the street-
So far no one's claiming responbibility.
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More help is on the way for laid off Pillowtex workers. Senator George Allen joined local and state officials today to announce millions of dollars of new asssistance.
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Justin McLeod joins us from Henry County to tell us more about it...Justin?
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A local horse farm is struggling with West Nile. We'll tell you what its owners are facing after the break.
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Plus authorities in West Virginia say there could be a drug connection to the sniper shootings there.
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The gunman who opened fire at an Ohio plant this morning worked at the factory.
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That, according to Ohio officials who say the worker walked into the Andover industries building and starting firing-
At least one person at the facotry is dead- the gunman was also killed.
Two women are also being treated, but no word yet on how serious those injuries are.
So far it's not clear whether the gunman was killed by himself or by someone else.
Andover industries is an auto supplies plant.
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Authorities in West Virginia are still looking for the person or persons responsible for a series of killings.
As Stacy Case tells us, at least two of the cases could be drug related.
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((TRACK: DRIVING A BIG TRUCK IN CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA COULD MAKE FOR A LENGTHY STOP.
(pictures of trucks released by investigators ) THAT'S BECAUSE

EYEWITNESSES REPORT SEEING A DARK COLORED TRUCK LIKE THESE NEAR AT LEAST ONE OF THREE FATAL SHOOTINGS. FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY INVESTIGATORS ARE STOPPING THEM ALL.
NAT: ambient from campbell's creek gas station/area TRACK: ONE POINT OF FOCUS IS CAMPBELL'S CREEK, A FEW MILES OUTSIDE THE CITY. ONE PERSON WAS KILLED AT THIS GAS STATION.--TWO OTHERS NEARBY. THIS MOTHER OF TWO LIVES A MILE AWAY.
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TRACK: LATE TUESDAY, AUTHORITIES CONFIRMED, THEY'RE LOOKING INTO A POSSIBLE DRUG CONNECTION.
SUPER: CHIEF PHIL MORRIS/KANAWHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT i'm not going to speculate what it is other than to say the neighbors along campbell street think it is drug related.
STAND UP: STACY CASE/REPORTING BECAUSE THE SHOOTINGS HAPPENED IN SOMEWHAT REMOTE LOCATIONS, DETECTIVES SAY THE PERSON MAY LIVE HERE. THEY SAY AN OUT-OF-TOWNER PROBABLY WOULDN'T END UP AT ONE OF THESE OFF-THE-BEATEN PATH GAS STATIONS.
SUPER: SGT NOEL BRALEY/COMMUNITY POLICING UNIT it would apear that way, however we're investigating this from all different aspects.
TRACK: THE SHOOTINGS STARTED LAST WEEK. JEANIE PATTON, OKEY MEADOWS AND GARY CARRIER WERE ALL SHOT IN THE HEAD OR NECK OUTSIDE CONVENIENCE STORES OR GAS STATIONS AT NIGHT.
SUPER: KENNY CASDORPH/RESIDENT whoever done this is messed up.
TRACK: NO ONE IS READY TO SAY THIS IS A COPYCAT CRIME.... OR EVEN IF IT'S THE WORK OF ONE PERSON. FOR NOW, SPECULATION AND FEAR HAVE A FIRM GRIP ON THIS OTHERWISE PEACEFUL VALLEY. STACY CASE CBS NEWS, CHARLESTON, WV))

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A horse farm in Botetourt County lost one horse to West Nile Virus ... but it's taking steps to make sure it doesn't lose another.
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Two weeks ago, a 22-year-old mare at Slocum's Appaloosa Ranch died of the disease.
It was Southwest Virginia's first case of West Nile in a horse this year.
The ranch's owners quickly vaccinated all 108 of their other horses against the virus.
Donations are helping them pay the 45-hundred dollar bill.
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((YOU LOSE A COUPLE OF HORSES AND YOU MORE THAN LOSE THE 45-HUNDRED DOLLARS OR WHATEVER IT'S COSTING TO DO IT. ))
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West Nile is spread to horses through the bite of an infected mosquito.
The health department says ranch owners can minimize risk by putting larvicide in standing water and changing the water in troughs frequently.
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The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends mothers breast feed for the first year of their child's life.
And while many mom's are willing to give it try -- many don't continue after the first month.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with more.
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Jean,
Something that seems so natural doesn't always come so easy for mom and baby.
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That's why some mothers are turning to lactaction centers.
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(( Ethan Covington is getting his mom's milk this morning from the bottle. That's because he's having some trouble breast feeding. His mom refuses to give up on the process and has turned to the Carilion Lactation Center for help.
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((WE STARTED WITH HAVING TOO MUCH MILK THEN HE WASN'T LATCHING ON PROPERLY SO MY MILK STARTED TO DRY UP. SO WE WERE DEALING WITH NOT HAVING ENOUGH MILK. SO WE'VE HAD THE WHOLE RANGE THAT WE'VE DEALT WITH. I DECIDED TO KEEP GOING BECAUSE THERE ARE SO MANY HEALTH BENEFITS TO HIM AND TO ME)) [RUNS16]
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Other benefits to the baby include a lower risk of disease, a higher IQ, and better visual development.
There are also many pluses for mom -- such as weight loss, reduced risks of breast and ovarian cancer, and financial savings. Formula can cost more 12-hundred dollars a year.
Depsite the benefits, of the 70-percent of women in Southwest, Virginia who start out breast feeding --only 20 to 25-percent continue after the first month.
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(( IT'S NOT NECESSARILY ALL OR NOTHING. 44 A LOT OF MOTHER'S THINK IF THEY'RE GOING TO BREAST FEED THEY HAVE TO ONLY BREAST FEED.48 WE SAY DEPENDING ON YOUR LIFE STYLE -- YOU DON'T HAVE TO DO EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING. )) [RUNS13]
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Ethan's mom says there is one other very special benefit.
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Carilion does offer breast feeding classes for mothers through its Lactation Center.
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Jean

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Coming up a little later
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[VO] we'll see what one school system is doing to improve behavior on the school bus.
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Today in Sports... players for the Roanoke Express say they hope they get a chance to skate this season.
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and we'll hear from Falcon's quarterback Michael Vick about his latest bad break.
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Our two minute ticker does focus on the most exciting player in all of NFL football in Michael Vick who is out for the next six weeks after break the smaller of the two bones in his lower right leg.
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Vick met the media today for the first time since suffering the injury and falcons fans aren't the only ones depressed about his break, his family is as well.
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Vick broke the ankle against the Baltimore Ravens this past Saturday on the new Georgia Dome FiledTurf. Vick might need surgery IF there is ligament damage but doctors won't be able to access that for another 10 days to two weeks. In the mean time, Michael says his team can win even without him for the first four regular season games.
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Michael's former coach Frank Beamer expressed his sadness for his former players bad break at Tech's practice yesterday.
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The Hokies are stepping up the intensity as they zero in on their August 31st date with Central Florida.
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Roanoke Express players report October 4th, that is if the owners and players can finalize a new collective bargaining aggreement.
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But the hold up has not stopped the Express from trying to secure some of last seasons top players.
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Former Gretna standout Tony Womack is changing uniforms for the third time in a month.
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The shortstop was traded today to the Chicago Cubs by Colorado for a minor leaguer. The 33 year old spent nearly five seasons with Arizona. He is set to make six million dollars this season.
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Coming up at six Michael Vick's video game jinx, his brother's video game debut and Coach Beamer's video game raw deal, see ya then.

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At one time or another just about all of us have ridden the school bus. And the problem of getting children to obey the rules is almost as old as the school bus itself.
But one Washington State School district believes it has the answer.
Kimberly Osias has more.
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Tomorrow in our back to school series, we will look at the school lunch program. Many critics say the government is not following its own nutritional guideline.
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