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Coming up on News 7 at Five, Congress rings in on the Do Not Call registry
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and shots ring out in another school today - this time in North Carolina.
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In other news, North Carolina officials name a bridge in honor of Jennifer Short
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And in medical news, Carilion adds space and technology to Roanoke Memorial.
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Plus Galax residents talk about life next to a methadone clinic.
Stay with us, News 7 at 5 is next. [Open]
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((IN THIS VOTE THE I'S ARE THE NAYS THE BILL IS PASSED LAID UPON THE TABLE.))
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Proof today that when Congress wants to get something done, it can.
You could say lawmakers are pressing speed dial on a meaure to keep the do not call list in place.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
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Just one day after a judge rules the do not call list invalid- the House steps in giving the Federal Trade Commission the authority to carry out the plan. The Senate votes next.
50 million Americans signed up to be on the registry- to keep telemarketers from bugging them.
Kelly (Co-be-AY-uh) Cobiella has more on this fight over phone calls.
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(( THEY DID IT.. Rep. Edward Markey, D-Mass: "faster than a consumer can hang up on a telemarketer at dinnertime.". A DAY AFTER A FEDERAL JUDGE IN OKLAHOMA RULED THE NATIONAL DO-NOT-CALL LIST INVALID, THE HOUSE PASSED A BILL TO GET IT BACK ON TRACK. Rep. Mark Kirk/(R) Illinois: "Never in history has so much been screwed up by such a small number of people: one judge." Rep. Billy Tauzin/(R) Louisiana: When this bill passes today, when the Senate does the same thing, none of you judges ought to have anything, we really mean it, you understand, we really mean it. We want the national do not call list to become laws on October 1st. THE SENATE IS EXPECTED TO FOLLOW SUIT.. AND THE PRESIDENT SAYS HE'LL SIGN IT. 50-MILLION AMERICANS HAVE ADDED THEIR NUMBERS TO THE LIST, WHICH WAS TO GO INTO EFFECT NEXT WEDNESDAY.
KELLY COBIELLA/LOS ANGELES: "IT COULD DEVASTATE THE TELEMARKETING INDUSTRY.. AND ITS FOUR MILLION EMPLOYEES. THEY ESTIMATE LOSSES OF 50 BILLION DOLLARS A YEAR IN SALES.. AND THOUSANDS.. PERHAPS TWO MILLION JOBS."
INDUSTRY LEADERS SAY THEY WERE TRYING TO REGULATE THEMSELVES BEFORE THE GOVERNMENT BIG FOOTED THEM. JON HAMILITON/TELMARKING INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVE: "In the American system, the consuming public tells us what they want and don't want, not the federal government." IF THE BILL IS SIGNED INTO LAW, THE OKLAHOMA JUDGE STILL MUST DISMISS THE SUIT BROGHT BY TELEMARKETERS. THE F-T-C ALREADY IS MOVING AHEAD WITH THE REGISTRY... ENCOURAGING AMERICANS TO SIGN UP. IN LOS ANGELES, KELLY COBIELLA FOR CBS NEWS.))


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Shots rang out at ANOTHER school this morning.
Luckily this time no one was hurt.
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A 13 year old boy fired several shots from a nine millimeter as students and faculty were arriving at Burns Middle School in Cleveland County, North Carolina- that's west of Charlotte. The eighth grader was subdued by a sheriff's deputy and charged with felony possession of a firearm on school property.
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Meanwhile, the flag outside a Minnesota High School was at half staff today.

A senior at the chool was shot to death by another student yesterday. Another victim remains in critical condition. A 15 year old is in custody.
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The Craig County Sheriff's Office is investigating a teens death. State Police, who are assisting with the investigation, say the body of 19-year old Whitney Dunbar was found at his friend's house Wednesday morning. An autopsy was performed but it will be three to four weeks before the results of toxicology tests are known. At least one person, a 26-year old man, has been questioned. No one's been arrested.

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The United Nations is pulling more staff out of Iraq as the violence marches on.
And the people who want the U-S out of the country may be looking for the next targets.
Jennifer Donelan has more.
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(( AN AMBULANCE RUSHES TO ANOTHER BOMBING IN IRAQ...THE SCENE IS TOO FAMILIAR.. BUT THIS TIME THE POSSIBLE TARGET IS DIFFERENT...MEMBERS OF THE MEDIA.
Sot: Doug Moodie/Soundman "Glass came flying into my room, plaster came off the wall and the ceiling, a chest of drawers on the wall fell onto me."
DOUG MOODIE, A CANADIAN SOUNDMAN, WAS THE ONLY ONE SERIOUSLY INJURED, BUT THERE WAS A SECURITY GUARD SLEEPING WHEN THE EXPLOSION ROCKED THE NBC HOTEL.
Sot: Doug Moodie/Soundman "A Somali chap, a really nice guy and he was asleep probably five or ten feet away from the blast but sadly...(shrugs.)"
.. SADLY HE DIED. ON THE VERY DAY CIVILIANS APPEAR ONCE AGAIN TO BE VICTIMS...THE U-N ANNOUNCED IT'S REDUCING IT'S STAFF IN THE WAR TORN COUNTRY...THEY'RE PULLING PEOPLE OUT.

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U-N PERSONNEL SUFFERED GREAT LOSSES IN AUGUST WHEN ITS' BAGHDAD HEADQUARTERS WAS ATTACKED BY A SUICIDE BOMBER. 22 AID WORKERS WERE KILLED. THEN A MONTH LATER...A SECOND EXPLOSION INJURED MORE THAN A DOZEN U-N WORKERS AND KILLED AN IRAQI POLICEMAN.
AND ONCE AGAIN....THERE HAS BEEN AN ATTACK AGAINST U-S TROOPS . IN MOSUL, 7 AMERICAN SOLDIERS WERE WOUNDED WHEN TWO ROADSIDE BOMBS EXPLODED AS THEIR CONVOY PASSED.
STANDUP: AND MORE AMERICAN TROOPS COULD SOON BE JOINING THEIR FELLOW SOLDIERS IN IRAQ. A TOP U.S. GENERAL SAYS THOUSANDS OF NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVISTS COULD BE CALLED UP IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS IF OTHER NATIONS DON'T PROVIDE MILITARY SUPPORT. JENNIFER DONELAN CBS NEWS ))


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Ten democratic presidential candidates are crowding the stage for a late afternoon debate in New York.
It's the first time the field has squared off with political newcomer Wesley Clark.
Stacy Case has more.
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((HE'S ONLY BEEN IN THE PRESIDENTIAL MIX A LITTLE OVER A WEEK---
AND ALREADY RETIRED GENERAL WESLEY CLARK IS STIRRING THINGS UP---

QUICKLY CUTTING INTO THE LEAD OF OTHER DEMOCRATIC HOPEFULS.

QUICK/NAT SOT ; SUPER: RET GENERAL WESLEY CLARK/(D) PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL

"Together we can make America what it's destined to be."
TRACK: IN A NEW YORK PARK WEDNESDAY, CLARK OFFERED VOTERS A FIRST
GLIMPSE OF HIS PRESIDENTIAL PLATFORM--- A $100 BILLION DOLLAR ECONOMIC

AND HOMELAND SECURITY PACKAGE.
OTHER FRONT RUNNERS, VERMONT GOVERNOR HOWARD DEAN, CONNECTICUT SENATOR JOE LIEBERMAN AND MASSACHUSETTS SENATOR JOHN KERRY ARE ON THE OFFENSIVE, QUESTIONING CLARK'S PARTY LOYALTY. THE RETIRED GENERAL OFFICIALLY DECLARED HIMSELF A DEMOCRAT JUST THIS MONTH.

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TRACK: THURSDAY'S ECONOMIC DEBATE GIVES THE OTHER 9 THEIR FIRST CHANCE TO SLOW CLARK'S RAPID RISE.

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BRIDGE: STACY CASE/CBS NEWS THE CANDIDATES WILL NO DOUBT CRITICIZE PRESIDENT BUSH'S IRAQ POLICY
DURING TODAY'S NEW YORK DEBATE---

MANY HAVE FACED ACCUSATIONS THAT THEY'RE UNPATRIOTIC AFTER PREVIOUS DEBATES. EVEN HIS FELLOW CANDIDATES SAY CLARK, BOLSTERED BY HIS MILITARY BACKGROUND, CAN MORE EASILY GET AWAY WITH IT.
SUPER: REVEREND AL SHARPTON/(D) CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT. I think that those of us who have been generals on the domestic front can raise those issues with a lot of credibility.
TRACK: SOME EARLY POLLING SHOWS THE GENERAL HAS THE BEST CHANCE OF
BEATING THE PRESIDENT IN 2004. CLARK'S BIGGEST CHALLENGE??--- HOLDING

THAT LINE. STACY CASE CBS NEWS NEW YORK. ))

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Coming up, Carilion is growing along with the needs of the community
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[VO] and Hollins has a new partner for its vision for the future of art in the area.
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The North Carolina bridge where Jennifer Short's remains were found is now an official memorial.
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Highway department officials renamed it the Jennifer Renee Short Memorial Bridge in a ceremony this morning.
Relatives and investigators were on hand, as they unveiled signs for the bridge.
Jennifer's remains were found one year ago today underneath the bridge... more than a month after her parents were murdered in their Henry County home.
The crime remains unsolved.
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While some Roanoke County residents are concerned about the possibility of a methadone clinic moving in, some residents in Galax say its not as bad as people think.
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The Life Center of Galax ignited a storm of controversy, when it announced it was opening a new methadone clinic in one Roanoke County neighborhood. Some say the clinic will increase traffic, while others fear it will increase crime. However, many of the residents who live next door to the GALAX clinic, say their neighborhood has NOT changed at all.

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((MAMIE OSBOURNE/GALAX RESIDENT: I DON'T KNOW WHAT IT WILL BE IN ROANOKE BUT FAR AS I'M CONCERNED IT HASN'T DONE ANYTHING FOR GALAX 45 AS FAR AS I'M CONCERNED.))
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The Life Center of Galax has operated its drug rehabilitation program on Painter Street for 30-years. However, the clinic has only been offering a methadone treatment program for the last three years.
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In health check tonight,
After two years in the making, the new addition at Carilion's Roanoke Memorial Hospital is finally ready for business.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton attended the dedication ceremony this morning and joins with details.
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Jean,
The new wing not only adds more space to the hospital --but the latest technology.
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Carilion says the expansion was necessary to continue to meet the growing demand for its services.
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Carilion says the dedication of a new wing at Roanoke Memorial --shows its dedication to its patients --at a time when the need for its services continues to grow.
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((DEPENDING ON THE PARTICULAR SERVICE YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT SEVERAL PERCENT A YEAR. WHICH FAIRLY BRISK GROWTH IN THIS INDUSTRY 18 AND WHEN YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT SERVICES THAT HAD CAPACITY PROBLEMS GOING BACK 4 AND 5 YEARS, AND THAT CONTINUED GROWTH HAS MADE THIS ESSENTIAL)) [RUNS18]
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The new wing, known as Mount Pavilion, will add 136 beds to the hospital and six operating rooms.
Operating rooms that have the latest in high tech technology, like a voice-activation system.
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Carilion says this technology will help in providing more efficient service to patients and better environment for doctors and other staff.
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The new wing paves the way for other additions Carilion plans to bring to the area including an on-site day care and a thousand car parking garage.
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Jean,

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Hollins University is partnering with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
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The Roanoke County instituition solicited help from the V-F-M-A in planning its new Visual Arts Center which has been under construction for about a year. In return, the Museum of Fine Arts asked the Univerisity if it would like to become one of its off-site locations. Hollins heartily agreed.
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((BILL WHITE/ART PROFESSOR, HOLLINS UNIVERSITY: WE CAN BORROW ARTWORKS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION, SERVICES, AND THINGS OF THAT SORT.))
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The 60-thousand square foot facility will house galleries, classrooms, studio space and a state of the art, 125-seat stadium-style theatre. It's slated to open next fall.
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The market started the day on the way up, but did it stay strong through the closing bell? We'll have your complete market report coming up
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[VO] and a little later, these environmentalists are hoping to give some area forests a presidential push.
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Coming up in sports, The Ferrum Panthers prepare to kick off their season
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and a little later she's got her motor running, and this granny isn't letting anything slow her down.
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A mixed batch of economic news did little to bring buyers back to Wall Street.
Alexis Christoforous has more in today's Marketwatch.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to the Thursday ticker. The Ferrum Panthers kick off their USA South schedule this weekend at Shenandoah. Travis Wells has more as the Cats get set for their conference opener.
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((At 2 and oh, the Ferrum Panthers have already broken two losing streaks. A 3 game skid against Wesley came to a halt on September 6th, and a week later the Panthers ended an 8 game slide with a shutout of Emory & Henry. In typical Davis fashion, they've done it on the ground racking up 655 yards rushing in the two contests.
Dave:
Travis: Perhaps the most impressive early season statistic has come on the defensive side of the ball. Ferrum has given up just 6 points and tallied 7 sacks in two games.
That 'd' is led by former Covington star Darren Venable. Last season's defensive player of the year in the conference and a preseason All-American, Venable already has 12 tackles this season.
Venable: Dave:
The Panthers begin their quest for a 3rd straight conference title in Winchester Saturday night at 7 o'clock. In Ferrum, Travis Wells, News 7 Sports.))

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UVa battles Wake Forest Saturday at Scott Stadium in a 3:30 kick off.
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The Demon Deacons are 3 and 1. Coach Jim Grobe, a former Cavalier, understands how tough it is to compete at Scott Stadium.
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Winston Cup drivers qualify for the EA Sports 500 at Taladega tomorrow and drivers are approaching the race like any other.
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An environmental road show is looking to the past to help preserve the future.
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Members of "Virginia Forest Watch" dressed as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson in Roanoke today. They shared the opinions they believe the former presidents would have about their namesake national forests.
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[SUPER=01-Richard Meyer/Forest Resources Association; :18]

((STEVEN KRICHBAUM/VIRGINIA FOREST WATCH: RIGHT NOW WE'RE MOVING NOT MOVING FORWARD, WE'RE NOT PROGRESSING SO THAT WE VALUE THESE FORESTS FOR WHAT THEY CAN MOST BENEFIT US WITH. INSTEAD THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION IS ROLLING BACK THE FEW LAWS WE HAVE RIGHT NOW TO MAKE IT EVEN WORSE.)) ((RICHARD MEYER/FOREST RESOURCES ASSOCIATION: SOMETHING LIKE WELL LESS THAN ONE PERCENT OF THE GROWTH OF THE FOREST EVERY YEAR IS BEING HARVESTED. THERE ARE MORE TREES THAT ARE DYING AND FALLING TO THE GROUND NATURALLY THAN ARE BEING HARVESTED OFF THOSE FORESTS.))
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The road show also plans to visit Lynchburg.
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Forget the rocking chair- a 78 year old grandmother feels the need for speed.
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And she got it at the Indianapolis Speedway.
Eloise Overdorf is off and going in a dragster.
She reached speeds of up to 170 miles an hour in a matter of seconds.
The group called "never too late' made this happen. It grants wishes to senior citizens.
Suprisingly .. Eloise said her special ride wasn't quite as fast as she thought it would be.
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