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Today on News 7 at 5, two hundred new jobs are coming to the Valley.
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Also the Eviromental Protection Agency makes a surprise search of a local business.
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Another blast of Canadian air means cool days, and very cold nights. Begin thinking about what do with those outdoor plants, there is some frost coming up tomorrow night.

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Also today, two people are injured in the nation's latest school shooting.
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On Healthcheck, can your prescription medicines make you fat? We'll have the answer.
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Plus we'll tell you why some artists want you to sit on their works of art. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((SCOTT MCCLELLAN/WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN: THE ISSUE HERE IS WHETHER OR NOT SOMEONE LEAKED CLASSIFIED INFORMATION THAT IS A SERIOUS MATTER AND IT SHOULD BE PURSUED TO THE FULLEST.))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
While the White House says it will cooperate with the Justice Department- Democrats say it's like the fox guarding the hen house.
They want an independent counsel to investigate the blown cover of a CIA operative.
Teri Okita has the latest from Washington.
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(( THE PARTY LINE IS BEING DRAWN ON CAPITOL HILL OVER THE DISCLOSURE OF A C-I-A OPERATIVES IDENTITY AND THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENTS INVESTIGATION INTO WHO LEAKED THE NAME ... A PROBE WHICH STARTS AT THE WHITE HOUSE. Scott McClellan/White House Spokesman: There have been some serious allegations made, and we need to get to the bottom of it. DEMOCRATS ARE DEMANDING ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT STEP ASIDE AND DESIGNATE A SPECIAL COUNSEL SAYING THE BUSH-APPOINTED ASHCROFT WONT BE IMPARTIAL. DEMOCRATS HAVE ALREADY RAISED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE TIME-DELAY BETWEEN LAUNCHING THE INVESTIGATION AND ADVISING WHITE HOUSE STAFF TO SAVE PERTINENT MATERIALS.
TERI OKITA/CBS NEWS: For now, the investigation will be conducted by 11-lawyers from the Justice Department and also, FBI counterintelligence agents wholl be conducting interviews with White House staff and collecting telephone logs, emails, and other documents.
G-O-P LEADERS SAY THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT "CAN" DO THE JOB EFFECTIVELY AND ARENT CONSIDERING A SPECIAL COUNSEL. Rep. Roy Blunt/House Majority Whip: To think about what the next extraordinary step will be doesnt make much sense.
BUT SOME LAW EXPERTS SAY THERES A CLEAR CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND THE WHITE HOUSES INTEGRITY IS AT STAKE. Jonathan Turley/Law Expert: This seems rather Clintonesque for people who ran on NOT being Clinton. SO FAR, ASHCROFT HAS YET TO COMMENT ON AN INDEPENDENT COUNSEL, BUT OTHER DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS SAY NOTHINGS RULED OUT. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, THE WHITE HOUSE.))

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Federal agents raided a local business today.
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Special Agents with the Environmental Protection Agency executed search warrants this morning at the KIK (Kick) Virginia Corporation in Salem.
The company which makes household products is located on Mill Lane across the street from the Sheetz on West Main Street.
Agents on the scene told News 7 they are investigating whether something from the building is causing recent chemical spills in the area.
The company did not return a phone call seeking comment.
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The town of Vinton is celebrating the biggest economic development win in its 119-year history.
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Cardinal Glass Industries is bringing a new window glass manufacturing plant to the Vinton Business Center.
It will be the first tenant in the new industrial park on the McDonald farm.
The company says it will break ground in about a month ... and hire 200 people over the next year.
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((VINTON WAS A SPECIAL PLACE AND THEY WELCOMED US TO THE SITE ONE DAY AND HAD TWO STREET SIGNS THAT WERE VERY CLEVER. IT SHOWED TO ME THAT THEY WERE REALLY INTERESTED IN HAVING THE FACTORY THERE AND MAKING THE COMMITMENT TO DO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. I THINK THAT WAS PROBABLY THE THING THAT WON US OVER TO VINTON. JUST NICE PEOPLE. ))
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The company also wanted to be near one of its big customers, Marvin Windows and Doors, which is also located in Roanoke County.
The new plant will be a 24-million dollar investment in Vinton and Roanoke County.
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The Senate opened debate today on President Bush's request for 87 billion dollars for Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Republicans are pressing for quick approval of the White House package.
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((SEN. CONRAD BURNS/R- MONTANA: SURE IT'S A LOT OF MONEY BUT MONEY IS A TOOL. MONEY IS A TOOL THAT CAN BRING GOOD OR IT CAN BRING EVIL. WE HAVE CHOSEN TO USE OURS IN THE NAME OF GOOD.))
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Democratic Senator Tom Daschle wants a more specific plan for post war Iraq saying that way Americans will feel confident their money is being spent wisely.
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((SEN. TOM DASCHLE/D- MINORITY LEADER: SERIOUSLY MISGIVINGS ABOUT PROVIDING THE FUNDS REQUESTED UNTIL WE HAVE CONFIDENCE THEY WILL BE USED IN SERVICE TO A PLAN THAT WILL SUCCESSFULLY ACHIEVE OUR OBJECTIVES IN IRAQ.))
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A handful of republicans joined Democrats urging the U-S to count part of the 20 billion for Iraq reconstruction as loans, but the Bush Administration opposes making Iraqis pay back part of the money.

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A local airman who helped in the war with Iraq came home today to a hero's welcome.
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Friends and family gathered at the Roanoke Regional Airport this afternoon to welcome home Tech Sergeant Tim Gibson.
The airman from Roanoke spent the last fifteen months stationed in Korea.
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((TIM GIBSON/AIR-FORCE TECH SGT: BASICALLY, I WAS PROVIDING SECURITY FOR THE BASE THAT WE WERE PROVIDING REAR SUPPORT FROM. WE WERE PROVIDING AIRCRAFT INTO THE IRAQI THEATER FOR RE-SUPPLY MISSIONS, THINGS LIKE THAT.))
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Gibson will be home for thirty days before being redeployed.
There is a possiblity he could head back to Korea or even Iraq.
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Still to come on the newscast, we'll tell you why some prescription medications could be adding to your bottom line.

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[VO] Plus a local nutritionist talks about what she calls the world's healthiest diet.
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A hostage situation and shooting at a Sacramento high school today-
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Police say a 19 year old came to school with a shotgun and took a school adminstrator hostage-
Police don't know if the man is a student there...
Either way, police moved in and after a struggle- gunfire rang out.
The gunman is in critical condition.- hit by police fire.
The administrator was wounded in the leg.
Authorities aren't sure who shot him.
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In health check tonight,
If you have a family history of heart disease-- you might want to consider a vegetarian lifestyle.
At least that's what one local nutritionist believes.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more.
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Jean, The nutritionist told me there are many benefits to going vegetarian -- if it's done the right way.
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In fact, she says because heart disease is the number one killer in this country -- many people should at least consider cutting back on the amount of meat and animal products they eat.
One restaurant owner couldn't agree more.
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Cooking the vegetarian way is more than just a business for the owner of Eden's Way.
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A diet some nutritionists say has many benefits, particular for people with a family history of heart disease.
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((IT WILL HELP REDUCE YOUR CHOLESTEROL, IT WILL HELP YOUR ARTERIES AND VEINS NOT BE SO CLOGGED BECAUSE YOU'LL HAVE LESS ANIMAL FAT IN YOUR SYSTEM AND THAT'S REALLY GOOD FOR YOUR HEART HEALTH. HOPEFULLY EATING MORE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES WILL GIVE YOUR MORE VITAMINS AND MORE MINERALS AND REALLY INCREASE YOUR OVERALL HEALTH )) [RUNS17]
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But even if you can't do the vegetarian thing -- Redick says just cutting back on the meat can make a difference.


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((MAYBE TO TWO THREE TIMES A WEEK FOR MEAT AT THE MOST AND REALLY REDUCE NOT JUST THE MEAT BUT ALL THE DAIRY PRODUCTS AND THEN INCREASE AND FISH MAYBE ONCE OR TWICE OR WEEK BECAUSE IT'S VERY HIGH IN OMEGA 3'S AND THOSE ARE THE GOOD FATS THAT LOWER CHOLESTEROL)) [RUNS13]
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The owner of Eden's Way says the vegetarian life style seems to be on the rise, in fact his business has doubled in the last two years.
And he says you'd be surprised at all of the vegetarian dishes he's learned to create.
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There are varying degrees of a vegetarian lifestyle from those that who just don't eat meat to those who don't eat any animal products what so ever.
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Jean,


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If you're taking a lot of medications and are putting on more weight, there's a chance the drugs are to blame.
Sean Kenniff explains.
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((JERRY LEWIS, ONE OF TELEVISION'S FIRST FUNNYMEN, THIS WAS HIM THEN.
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AND THIS IS HIM NOW-- MANY YEARS, AND MANY POUNDS LATER. HE SUFFERS FROM BACK PAIN, DIABETES AND AN INCURABLE CONDITION CALLED PULMONARY FIBROSIS.
STANDUP: DR. SEAN KENNIFF. But the comedians weight gain isn't due to his condition, but rather the medicine he's taking to control it. Called prednisone, it's just one of the pills that have become notorious for packing on the pounds."

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"I have seen weight gain in the range of one to two pounds here and there, to a couple of vanity pounds, to as much as ten, fifteen, twenty pounds depending on the medication."
TRACK: BILL NABORS -- A PHARMACIST IN SOUTH FLORIDA-- SAYS STEROIDS AREN'T THE ONLY FATTENING PHARMACEUTICALS OUT THERE.

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"Typically birth control pills, antidiabetic medications and antidepressants will always have some sort of weight gain as a side effect."
MANY MEDICATIONS, LIKE BIRTH CONTROL PILLS, HORMONE REPLACEMENT, EVEN IBURPOFEN CAUSE SOME WATER RETENTION.
BETA BLOCKERS, A HEART MEDICATION, CAN SLOW THE BODY'S METABOLISM.
STEROIDS CAN DO BOTH OF THE ABOVE, BUT THEY ALSO INCREASE YOUR APPETITE--SOMETIMES DRAMATICALLY. AND MANY AIDS DRUGS, AND ANTIDEPRESSANTS CAN CAUSE HORMONAL DISTURBANCES THAT MAKE FAT EASIER TO LAY DOWN, AND TOUGHER TO GET RID OF.
TRACK: IN FACT MOST OF THE EXTRA POUNDS FROM PILLS ARE OUT OF YOUR CONTROL. BUT A STRICT DIET AND STEPPING-UP YOUR EXERCISE ROUTINE MAY HELP A BIT. IF NOT-- YOU SHOULD CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR. THERE ARE OTHER ALTERNATIVES...

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"Either changing the dosage, changing the way they are taken, changing when they are taken, or changing the medication altogether. But in most cases, there are ways to correct the problem."
TRACK: DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))

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Coming up next Brent Watts will have our detailed forecast.
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Then in our Marketwatch report, we'll see if the stock markets can kick off the fourth quarter with a bang.
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Coming up today in Sports, a judge decides if Washington can stay the Redskins,
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Also Mike Stevens will tell us why so many drivers are running for the whole enchilada in Martinsville this weekend.
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The first day of the fourth quarter was a good one for Wall Street. Share prices were sharply higher, with the Dow posting its biggest advance since mid-June.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon everybody - the Atlantic Coast Conference's two day session in Charlottesville wrapped up this afternoon with scheduling being resolved for the next two seasons. The meetings were described as being very cordial and efficient, but I'm not how fair the final plan is to four schools in football.
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The Conference announced this afternoon that four of the current ACC members including Virginia, Wake, North Carolina and N.C. State - must play Florida State, Miami and Virginia Tech each of the next two seasons. That is about as you can have it considering those three are currently in the top five of the polls.
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The Hokies found out that they will NOT play Florida State the next two years. The women's basketball teams will play a 14 game conference schedule meeting each team at least once. The men's hoop schedule has each school playing 16 conference games. Each school will have two permanent partners in hoops that they will play on a home and home basis.
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The largest late model stock car race in the country is set to take the green flag on Sunday at the Martinsville Speedway. Over 120 cars will attempt to make the field, including that of Bassett's Jason Merriman, the recently crowned track champ at the New River Valley Speedway.
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As in years past, the running order will be inverted at the halfway point. As many as eight cars could swap places, which no doubt will impact the finish.
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Sunday's race pays 15 thousand dollars to the winner.

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Finally tonight, the Washington Redskins will be known as the Redskins for as long as they want to be called by that name.
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A federal judge has ruled that the Redskins can keep the trademark on their nickname. This overturns a 1999 ruling that could have taken away the team's exclusive rights to markey its name and logo. The judge says there's insufficient evidence to conclude that the name is disparaging to American Indians.
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Coming up at the top of the hour - we'll check in on post at VMI with Derek Screen and Steve Mason. Take care everybody and have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]

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There is always something new and interesting to see in Manhattan's Central Park. Right now is no exception.
Drew Levinson tells why many New Yorkers feel like sitting and laughing.
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((In Central Park there's sitting pretty....and then there's sitting witty.
It took the minds of some pretty witty folks come up with these park benches.
More than 50 New York celebrities, artists, politicians and decorators used their heads to design something for their behinds.

(SUZANNE COCHRAN/CENTRAL PARK BENCH PROJECT)

" WE GAVE THEM A FOUR FOOT PARK BENCH AND LET THEM DO WHATEVER THEY WANTED.
(Drew Q.) AND SOME DID WHATEVER THEY WANTED?

Ans: THAT IS SO TRUE.
It's part of the park's 150th birthday celebration. These benches were created by the likes of fashion designer Nicole Miller--the broken glass represents her first memories of Central park when it was filled with debris. For her part, Joan Rivers filled her bench with jewels.

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" I LOVE ALL OF THE DIFFERENT PERSONALITIES SHOWING THROUGH ON THE DIFFERENT BENCHS."
A big name store targeted this one to look like one its shopping carts,
and this one was comes from the mind of Tiffany designer Robert Rubino.

(SOT SUZANNE COCHRAN/CENTRAL PARK BENCH PROJECT)

"AND HE PUT THE VERY UBIQUITOUS TYFANY BOX ON IT.....AND HE PUT THE PLAID WHICH IS VERY KINDA OF A CAMPY LOOK."
They're' quite the tourist attraction.

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"PRETTY WILD LOOKING AREN'T THEY? PRETTY WILD YEH, I AM NOT SURE I WOULD SEE THEM IN MY BACK YARD BUT GREAT FOR THE PARK .
Others though are subdued, including Rudi Giuliani's marble contribution commemorating 9-11. It all there are 53 benches placed around the park.

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NOW IF YOU ARE THINKING OF TAKING A LOAD OFF AND SITTING ON THESE BENCHES, WELL THAT MIGHT NOT HAPPEN, BECAUSE MOST OF THEM ARE INACCESSIBLE. AND THEY ARE PIECES OF ART, NO IFS, ANDS, OR BUTTS."
And in the end--it's all for a good cause--they'll be auctioned off and the money will go to the park. Drew Levinson, CBS News, New York.))
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