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Next on News 7 at 5, people across the nation remember those killed two years ago today.
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Plus a trip ends abruptly for passengers on a Greyhound bus in Lynchburg.
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Sometimes the fly in the ointment turns out to be the better forecast. We'll explain why the clouds will roll in Friday in just a moment.

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Also today we'll see what problems are created when you let your pooch get pudgy.
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Joy Sutton will tell us why people with dry eyes can quit shedding tears.
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And a local recording studio is looking for some new talent. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((AMERICA AMERICA GOLD SHED HIS GRACE ON THEE.))
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Two years have passed since 9-11-
The sorrow has not.
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((THE TEARS ARE STILL SPONTANEOUS, YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN THEY'RE GONNA BE, A SMELL A MOMENT.))
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Across the nation- from Ground Zero- to here at home.
America remembers.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
At Ground Zero in New York, the ceremoney was led by children.
They remembered with sadness, but stood tall with pride.
Drew Levinson is at Ground Zero and joins us live with more.
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(( "And our Father, James Patrick Berger."
SMALL VOICES FILLED A GIANT HOLE TODAY. "And our father, Sgt. Michael Shawn Kirten."
THERE WAS A TIME WHEN TWIN TOWERS SCRAPED THE HEAVENS HERE--TODAY TWIN SONS SENT A MESSAGE TO THEIR DAD IN HEAVEN.
"our father...we miss him very much"
ABOUT THREE-THOUSAND CHILDREN LOST PARENTS WHEN TERRORISTS TOPPLED THE WORLD TRADE CENTER TWO YEARS AGO. THAT WHY ON THIS DAY IT WAS THE CHILDREN WHO RECITED ALL TWO THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED NINETY TWO NAMES--ONE AT A TIME.
MAYOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG, NEW YORK
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"So many names...there is barely room on the walls of the heart."
FOUR TIMES A HUSH FELL OVER GROUND ZERO.
THE SILENCE MARKED THE MOMENTS WHEN THE HIGHJACKERS CRASHED INTO THE TOWERS AND THE MOMENTS WHEN THE TOWERS FELL.
A TATTERED FLAG WITH A GAPING HOLE THROUGH THE MIDDLE REPRESENTED THE LOSS STILL FELT BY SO MANY HERE. THE 16 ACRE SITE IS CONSIDERED A CEMETARY BY SOME-- EVEN SACRED BY OTHERS. TODAY IT WAS HUMAN MEMORIAL OVERFLOWING WITH TEARS, HUGS AND TRIBUTES.
"And my daddy...your light still shines on.."
JUST ONE REFLECTION OF A DAUGHTER'S LOVE FOR HER FATHER--JUST ONE REFLECTION AMONG THE THOUSANDS OF LIVES LOST ON SEPT 11TH.
AT SUNSET THE MEMORIES OF THE LIVES LOST HERE WILL ONCE AGAIN BE ILLUNIMATED. TWO TOWERS OF LIGHT WILL BEAM INTO THE SKIES. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK. now back to you.))

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Far from the city in a field in Pennsvylania- the sorrow is the same.
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Today family members of the Flight 93 victims gathered at the crash site.
Every hour they unfurled a memorial flag. Names were read and bells rang.
The 40 men and women fought against the terrorists aboard Flight 93- preventing the plane from becomming what was believed to be another terrorist strike against Washington D-C.
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((JUST TO REMEMBER THE THE FIRST BATTLE WAS FOUGHT RIGHT HERE.))
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This is a makeshift memorial, but a permanent memorial is in the works.
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President Bush led the tributes in Washington today.
It was a particularly difficult day for the employees at the Pentagon who remember the events of 9-11 all too well.


Teri Okita reports.
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((TRACK: IN THE NATION'S CAPITOL...FILLED WITH MONUMENTS AND MEMORIALS... ALL TRIBUTE WAS PAID THIS DAY TO THE VICTIM'S OF 9-11.
AT THE WHITE HOUSE, WHICH NAMED SEPTEMBER 11TH PATRIOT'S DAY, PRESIDENT BUSH LED A MOMENT OF SILENCE AT EXACTLY 8:46, WHEN THE FIRST PLANE HIT THE WORLD TRADE CENTER.

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FROM THE STATE DEPARTMENT ... TO THE CAPITOL, WASHINGTON REMEMBERED the dead and those left behind.

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sons and daughters and loved ones of those who still grieve and hurt.)
TRACK: MORE TRIBUTES AT 9:37 AM: THE MOMENT WHEN AN AMERICAN AIRLINES JET CRASHED INTO THE PENTAGON. AS PART OF THE HEALING PROCESS, EMPLOYEES DEDICATED SEVERAL STAINED GLASS WINDOWS AT THE PENTAGON CHAPEL TO THE VICTIMS WHO PERISHED HERE.

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STANDUP BRIDGE: Those who died at the Pentagon now have a special place here at Arlington National Cemetery. They're buried alongside America s war dead a fitting memorial for their ultimate sacrifice.

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Let us recommit ourselves to their cause and to our mission, the triumph of freedom over tyranny.)
TRACK: TWO YEARS AGO, DEFENSE SECRETARY DONALD RUMSFELD HELPED PULL VICTIMS FROM THE PENTAGON CRASH SITE. ON THIS DAY, HE HELPED LAY A WREATH IN THEIR MEMORY AT A MASS GRAVE.

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STAND-UP: AND MORE MEMORIALS ARE UNDERWAY. IN FRONT OF THE PENTAGON, THEY'RE BUILDING A TWO-ACRE GARDEN, WITH TREES, WATER AND 184 BENCHES: ONE FOR EACH OF THE VICTIMS WHO DIED HERE. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, THE PENTAGON.))


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A little closer to home, memories of the 9-11 attacks were shared during a number of ceremonies today.
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The Old Virginia Brick Company was an appropriate place for a memorial service. The company's flag pole is constructed of two steel girders from the World Trade Center.
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At William Byrd High School, students remembered the anniversary by honoring heroes here at home and overseas.
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((KURT RIPLEY SR: IT MADE ME FEEL GOOD THAT THE CHILDREN REALIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF OUR JOBS AND THE POLICE OFFICERS JOBS AND THE RESCUE WORKERS.))
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Roanoke College students spent the morning displaying American flags. They also gathered for a time of prayer. Students say they'll never forget the devastation of the attacks, but are grateful for the good that came out of the tragedy.
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Employees at the Hotel Roanoke also displayed "2-thousand, 998 flags", one for every victim of the attacks.
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More than a hundred people gathered on the grounds of the Appomattox courthouse today to honor those who died on 9-11 and those who continue to serve today.
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American Legion Post 104 helped organize the activities on the grounds of the county's historic courthouse.
Speakers from all branches of public safety told the crowd to remember those emergency personnel who gave their lives and why they made that sacrifice.
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((CAPT. TODD CRAFT/APPOMATTOX SHERIFF'S DEPT.: ON THAT DAY WE WITNESSED THE HEROISM OF THE FIRST RESPONDERS AND BRAVERY OF THE VICTIMS. WE SAW THE GREATNESS OF AMERICA IN THE COMPASSION OF THE PEOPLE WHO STEPPED FORWARD TO HELP THOSE WHO THEY HAD NEVER MET BEFORE AND THE GENEROSITY OF MILLIONS OF AMERICANS WITH ACTS OF SERVICE AND KINDNESS.))
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Families with relatives currently serving in the military were presented with the "blue star" flag to display in their homes.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll look at the different treatments for people who suffer a common eye problem.


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Plus veterinarians say more of our pets are sharing a big problem with their owners.
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Traffic along Route 29 north of Lynchburg was blocked in both directions for more than an hour after a Greyhound bus caught fire earlier this afternoon.
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Passengers say they heard strange noises and felt the bus vibrating shortly before the driver pulled over in the southbound lanes around 2:15.
After everyone got out, the bus caught fire and it took crews about fifteen minutes to bring it under control.
No one was hurt, although some of the passengers' bagage was lost.
The bus was due to stop in Roanoke.
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It's not just adults and kids who are overweight. Now our pets are getting fat.
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According to the National Research Council- nearly 25 percent of American pets are obese.
The owners of this dog- Mollybones- say she eats just about everything and always seems hungry. She's 25 pounds overweight.
Check out Tallula- she really is a fat cat at over 30 pounds.
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((DOGS AND CATS ARE PRONE TO DIABETES HEART DISEASE, LIVER DISEASE AND IN GENERAL IT'S GOING TO IMPAIR THEIR HEALTH.))
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Vets say the best way to get your pet to lose weight is to feed them a high fiber, low calorie pet food and make sure they get exercise.
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In health check tonight,
If you have problems wearing contacts or your eyes often itch and burn -- you could suffer from dry eyes.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us it's a fairly common problem.
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That's right Jean,
It could be caused by a number of reasons from medications to changes in estrogen levels in women.
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But there is something you can do about --besides just using eye drops.
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((
Betty Hale is getting numbing medicine for a procedure she hopes will alleviate her dry eyes, a problem she noticed when she started wearing contacts.
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((I GOT TO THE POINT WHERE I COULDN'T WEAR MY CONTACTS. THEY WERE SCRATCHING THE EYEBALLS THEMSELVES AND I'D HAVE TO GO DAYS WEARING GLASSES INSTEAD OF CONTACTS AND I DON'T LIKE GLASSES)) [RUNS10]
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Ophthalmologist Carey Robinson says blocking one of the tear drainage canals is one option for treatment.
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((WE BLOCK ONE OF THESE CANALS SO THAT WE DON'T INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF TEARS MADE BUT WE MAKE IT SO THE TEARS THAT ARE MADE AND DROPS THAT ARE PUT ON EYE STAY ON THE SURFACE OF THE EYE LONGER)) [RUNS11]
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One option involves using this device to put a silicon plug in the canal. Another, which Hale is undergoing, works by burning the tissue in the drainage canal, causing scar tissue to form and block it off.
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((THE GREAT MAJORITY OF PEOPLE THIS DOES BENEFIT THEM. AND THEY NOTICE A SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT IN THEIR COMFORT AND ALSO MORE CONSISTENT VISION WITH A MORE NORMAL TEAR FILM )) [RUNS15]
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Hale says if this works as well --as the temporary collagen plug she tried --it will make a significant difference.


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(( A HUNDRED PERCENT DIFFERENCE I DIDN'T HAVE THE SCRATCHING OR THE URGE TO BLINK CONSTANTLY, IT WAS NORMAL EYES. AND THE CONTACTS I DIDN'T EVEN FEEL THEY WERE THERE)) [RUNS14]
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For most people, mild dry eyes are more of an issue of discomfort, but for those with severely dry eyes it can lead to vision loss because of scarring or corneal melting.
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So, Jean it can be a very serious problem.


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Coming up today in Sports..
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[VO] V-M-I couldn't sink the midshipmen at Navy. But will they have more success against a big in-state rival? Steve Mason will have a preview.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, Brent Watts will tell us what is behind a new talent show.
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On Wall Street today, investors overlooked a couple downbeat government reports to push the stock markets higher.
Alexis Christoforous wraps up all the business news in today's Marketwatch report.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your Tursday ticker which starts on the hard courts.
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Just a few days after her U.S. Open Women's Finals victory, Justine Henin-Hardenne is denying insinuations that she was doped when she beat Kim Clijsters. The growing tensions between the two players, this time is over Henin-Hardenne after she spent several hours in an infirmary bed with an intravenous drip in her arm. Henin-Hardenne had been suffering from exhaustion; cramps and dehydration following a three-set semifinal win over Jennifer Capriati.
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VMI will try and snap a 17 game losing streak to William & Mary in a one PM kickoff Saturday in Lexington.
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The Keydets started the season with a tough 37-10 loss to Navy but have since beaten Davidson. The Keydets are averaging 20 points and that offense will need to match the Tribe's high powered attack.
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The number seven and eleven ranked men's division III soccer teams in the country meet Saturday in Greensboro when undefeated Roanoke battles the Greensboro Pride.
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Winston Cup Drivers travel to the New Hampshire International Speedway this Sunday for the Sylvania 300. The one mile oval is Ricky Craven's home trackand he's a huge advocate of the soft wall's installation there.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, we will give you the rundown of week three of Friday Football Extra. See ya then everybody.

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There's American Idol, Star Search and Showtime at the Apollo, but a local recording studio is hosting its own talent showcase this weekend and you could help decide the winners. Brent Watts has more.
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