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Coming up on News 7 at 5, A Lynchburg couple hit the jackpot. We'll hear from the latest local Lotto winners.
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and the man who was mauled by the tiger he kept in his apartment will soon be charged with endangerment.
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An easy going October day weatherwise. Tomorrow should bring more of the same.

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Plus, Will voters stand behind Arnold in light of recent allegations? The latest in the California gubernatorial drama is coming up
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and in health check, the race for a cure was par for the course today at Smith Mountain Lake.
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And, Some Hollins University students call for a more diverse environment.
Stay with us, News 7 at Five is next, [Open]
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[VO NAT :07] A local couple says they're still dazed after striking it rich. We'll hear from the state's newest lottery winners.
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A Lynchburg couple sees more travel in their future now that they're the state's latest millionaires.
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Martha and James Featherston were today presented with a check for 17-point-6 million dollars from Lotto South. James bought his ticket at the Kroger on Boonesboro Road the night before the September 17th drawing, saying his gut led him there.
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((MARTHA FEATHERSTON/LOTTERY WINNER: HE HAD A FEELING ABOUT WINNING. I TOLD HIM NOT TO GO BUT HE SAID 'HONEY I GOT THAT FEELING', I'M GOING TO BUY ME A TICKET.))
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He realized he'd won when he checked the paper the next morning. It wasn't long before the whole family knew.
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((MARTHA: HE WOKE UP EVERYBODY - HE WAS HOLLERIN' AND CARRYING ON LIKE SOMEBODY CRAZY.))
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The Featherstons chose the cash option of 9-point-5 million dollars. After taxes they'll take home about FIVE-million.
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Police have identified the two men shot in Northwest Roanoke overnight.
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Officials say 20-year old Alphonza Easley and 19-year old James Lorenzo Saunders of Roanoke were apparently shot while inside a car on Centre Avenue. Then, they got out and ran.
Police found a number of rifles a block away from where the victims were shot.
The hospital is not releasing information on the men's conditions. No arrests have been made.
Anyone with information is urged to call Roanoke City Police.
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A New York City man is recovering after a pet tiger attacked him- He told doctors his wounds were dog bites... but doctors knew better.
Not only did the man have a huge tiger in his small apartment, but also a five foot long alligator and more- Now as Stacy Case reports, the man may be heading to jail.
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THIS 425 POUND TIGER LOOKS RIGHT AT HOME IN THIS HARLEM HOUSING PROJECT. BUT OVER THE WEEKEND, NEW YORK CITY POLICE SAY THE SIBERIAN-BENGAL MIX AND HIS OWNER GOT INTO A CAT FIGHT OF SORTS. THE TIGER BIT 31 YEAR OLD ANTOINE YATES, WHO HAD RAISED THE TIGER IN HIS 5TH FLOOR APARTMENT FOR NEARLY 2 YEARS. YATES SPOKE BY TELEPHONE FROM A PHILADELPHIA HOSPITAL WHERE HE'S BEING TREATED.
SUPER: VOICE OF ANTOINE YATES/TIGER OWNER: It tore open my whole leg down tot he bone. he realized what he was doing and I said ming ming no. THAT'S WHEN YATES BANISHED MING TO THE BATHROOM. DR ROBERT COOK/BRONX ZOO He was a very dangerous animal if he had escaped it would have been a very bad thing NEW YORK CITY POLICE AND ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICERS DRILLED HOLES IN THE WALL TO CATCH A GLIIMPSE. THEN THEY RAPELLED DOWN THE SIDE OF THE BUILDING AND FIRED A TRANQUILIZER DART THROUGH AN OPEN WINDOW. MARIN DUFFY/NYPD: He broke the glass when he charged at me. I was still at the window. NEIGHBORS WAITED OUTSIDE TO GET THEIR FIRST GLIMPSE OF MING, AND
HIS COMPANION--- A 5 FOOT LONG ALLIGATOR. MANY SAY THEY KNEW YATES HAD

ODD ROOMMATES. LOUISE JORDAN/NEIGHBOR I was told he had them for 3 years. STACY CASE/CBS NEWS
MONDAY, THE ANIMALS TRADED THE CONCRETE JUNGLE FOR MORE NATURAL SURROUNDINGS--- MING MOVED TO AN ANIMAL SANCTUARY IN O

HIO. THE GATOR MOVED TO INDIANA. AND THEIR OWNER IS EXPECTED TO MAKE A MOVE TO THE BIG HOUSE. STACY CASE CBS NEWS NEW YORK .))

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Roy Horn- part of the Siegfried and Roy magic duo- is still in critical condition tonight- after being mauled by one of his tigers at the Las Vegas Mirage hotel.
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But there are some positive signs. Apparently Roy Horn was able to move his hands and feet today- a sign he's improving.
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((BOBBY BALDWIN/CEO MGM MIRAGE: HE'S RESPONDED TO DOCTORS AND ASKED IF HE CAN GIVE A THUMBS UP AND HE DID.))
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Horn was attacked by the white tiger without warning.. the animal at first grabbed onto his arm and then his neck.
In the ambulance Roy Horn apparently told workers not to kill the cat.. saying it is a good cat. He lost a lot of blood though and then became unconcious.
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Voters go to the polls in California tomorrow, and the Recall race has turned into a cliff-hanger.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's wife is standing by him as he faces one accusation after the next from women who say he groped them.
The question is, will voters do the same.
Manuel Gallegus reports.
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((THE RACE FOR CALIFORNIAS TOP JOB IS TIGHTER THAN EVER AND THE CANDIDATES ARE SPENDING THIS LAST DAY CRISS-CROSSING THE STATE LOOKING FOR LAST-MINUTE SUPPORT.

-NAT SOT-ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER/Candidate for Governor of California.


THE MOST RECENT POLL STILL HAS CALIFORNIANS REMOVING GRAY DAVIS FROM OFFICE AND REPLACING HIM WITH ARNOLD SCHWARZENGGER.
BUT SCHWARZENGGERS POPULARITY HAS DROPPED OVER THE ACCUSATIONS HE MISTREATS WOMEN.
SCHWARZENEGGER SAYS HELL DEALWITH THE HARRASSMENT ISSUE AFTER THE ELECTION. FOR NOW ITS ALL ABOUT THOSE MOVIE LINES HIS FANS CANT SEEM TO GET ENOUGH OF.

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gray davis has terminated dreamsno we must ternimante davis.
HIS WIFE MARIA SHRIVER STANDS BY HER HUSBAND.

-SOT-MARIA SHRIVER, ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER'S WIFE

i think its really important to understand who arnold is today and i think its taken great courage on his part to get into this race. he's an extraordinary father, an extraordinary husband, he's a person who believes he can do tremendous things for this state.
STILL GOVERNOR DAVIS SEIZED ON THE ISSUEBUOYED BY THE LAST MINUTE SET-BACK FOR SCHWARZENEGGER.

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-STAND-UP-(TO COME...LATEST)))

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Some Hollins University students say diversity isn't being accepted on campus.
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Diversity issues, including homophobia and racism, prompted some students to hold a demonstration on campus today.
They are part of a group called Students Against Discrimination.
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((LISA BOWER/STUDENT: WE WANT TO STOP DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SEXISM, RACISM, CLASSISM, EVERYTHING HETEROSEXISM, WE WANT CHANGE AT HOLLINS AND WE'RE TRYING TO PROMOTE UNITY.))
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The university acknowledges there were two recent racial incidents on campus.
We'll see how Hollins is addressing its diversity problem on News 7 at six.
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Coming up on News 7 at Five, the Red Cross is racing to find funds to recover after Hurricane Isabel-
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and the race for a cure got into full swing this morning in Franklin County.
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The American Red Cross is known for coming to the aid of those in need
but now it is the charitable organization asking for help.
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Red Cross officials say they spent over 14 million dollars for disaster relief following Hurricane Isabel.
That's eight million dollars more than they received in contributions.
Now Lieutenant Governor Tim Kaine and former Lieutenant Governor John Hager are leading a fundraising campaign to help cover the shortfall.
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((LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR TIM KAINE: WE HAVE TO MAKE SURE THE RELIEF FUND IS REPLENISHED BECAUSE WE NEVER KNOW WHEN THE NEXT CLAIM WILL BE IN VIRGINIA OR ELSEWHERE AND WE WANT TO CONTINUE TO BE GENEROUS DONORS.))
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Over 29-hundred Red Cross volunteers were in Virginia to help those affected by the storm and the power outages.
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Those wishing to make a donation can contact the Red Cross at 540- 985-3539.
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For the past two years a local golf rally has been the largest in the nation to support research for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton attended the tournament to find out why it's such a success.
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Jean, 8 years ago the tournament only had 30 women golfers -- today 204 men and women took to the green.
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While the event is focused on raising money for research, that's not the main goal.
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This annual golf tournament for breast cancer awareness has been such a hit --that this year organizers had to turn people away.
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((WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT HOW LITTLE SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE IS OR FRANKLIN CO. IT'S PRETTY AMAZING. AND FOR THE LAST TWO YEARS OUR RALLY HAS HAD THE MOST GOLFERS OVER 2-THOUSAND RALLY'S ACROSS THE NATION AND THE WORLD)) [RUNS14]
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Some golfers participate year after year --sometimes for very personal reasons.
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((BRYCE LUFFMAN: I'VE HAD CANCER OF MY OWN. I'M HERE THANK GOODNESS BECAUSE OF RESEARCH AND I CERTAINLY LIKE TO PARTICIPATE)) [RUNS08]
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((GUILLERMO PINZON: THERE'S ALWAYS SOMETHING THAT ENTICES YOU TO COME HERE. THEY GIVE US SHIRTS, THEY GIVE US BALLS, THEY GIVE US LUNCH, THEY GIVE US DINNER, THEY GIVE US EVERYTHING)) [RUNS11]
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But this tournament is about much more than making green --but touching people lives.
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((NOBODY THINKS IT WILL HAPPEN TO THEM. IT'S A SURPRISE TO EVERY SINGLE WOMEN. I THINK IT'S WONDERFUL THAT OCTOBER IS AWARENESS MONTH. YOU CAN REMIND PEOPLE. AND THIS RALLY IS A GREAT WAY TO REMIND PEOPLE. IF YOU HAVEN'T DONE IT YET GO GET YOUR MAMMOGRAM )) [RUNS15]
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And organizers say if more people realized how important rallys like this are -- more lives could be saved.
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((I PERSONALLY WAS ONLY 39 THE FIRST TIME I HAD BREAST CANCER. WHAT WE'VE DONE IN BETWEEN THAT TIME AND WHEN I WAS DIAGNOSED A 2ND TIME IS REMARKABLE. SO I REALLY THINK THAT IF WE GIVE A LITTLE BIT MORE WE'RE MORE GOING TO FIND A CURE. OR WE'RE GOING TO KEEP FINDING DRUGS THAT ARE GOING TO HELP US STAY ALIVE)) [RUNS17]
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Last year organizers raised 21-thousand dollars.
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Jean, they're hoping to top that amount this year.

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Still to come, Robin has a look at your work week forecast
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and the heat is on for Cubs post-season play tickets. More on that is coming up.
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Coming up, could stocks stay strong through the close of Wall Street? Your Marketwatch report is just ahead.
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and, can the Cavs tame the Tigers? We'll take a look at the odds in sports.
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Wall Street has closed higher for the fourth straight trading day, finishing in positive territory to begin the week.
Alexis Christoforous has more in today's Marketwatch.
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Good afternoon folks. The Virginia Cavaliers are unbeaten in ACC play, and they will try to stay that way this Saturday at Clemson in a game you can watch right Here on Your Hometown Station at Noon. But Steve Mason says home has become quite foreign to the Wahoos of late.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies improved to 5-and-0 last week thanks in part to 473 yards worth of offense against Rutgers.
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This afternoon the man who engineered the Tech attack - Bryan Randall was named the Big East conference's player of the week. Randall hit 16 of 22 passes for 250 yards and four touchdowns against the Scarlet Knights. For the season he is hitting 68 percent of his passes and he has thrown 9 touchdowns.
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Randall will be part of tonight's Tech 2003 report coming up at the top of the hour on News 7 at Six. We'll also check in with the pride of Grayson County - Chris Shreve - and have an update on some of the walking wounded.
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And tonight at 8 - the Red Sox hopes to join the Cubs, Yanks and Marlins in what is the equivalent of the Final Four.

Boston and Oakland play game five of their series this evening at 8 out west. Take care everybody. Jean will be right back to wrap up News 7 at Five in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]


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It's the first time in 95 years that the Chicago Cubs are post season winners- And now the race is on not just for the penant.. for for fans to find tickets.
Stacey Baca has more from Chicago.
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That was Stacey Baca reporting.


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Two World War Two era ships will soon be a fleeting memory for Virginia.
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The ships are part of the "Ghost Fleet" and are being towed from the James River today.
This is the first step in a weeks-long journey that will end with them becoming part of a scrap yard in England.


The Canisteo and the Caloosahatchee are among four ships deemed seaworthy enough to make the trip.
A federal judge ruled that the U-S Maritime Administration must do environmental studies on nine others as required by law before they can also be taken across the pond for scrap.
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It helped thousands, now the Red Cross needs help.
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Plus the Ghost Fleet begins its final voyage.
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