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Today on News 7 at 5, three hundred jobs are coming to the region. We'll have the details in a live report.
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Plus as the death count increases, the White House promises to finish the job in Iraq.
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The warm stretch of days will start to taper off this week. We will check out that forecast in a moment.

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Officials say damage to a business in Salem was NOT caused by an explosion.
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In Sports, it is a bittersweet day for one Virginia Tech football star.
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Plus C-B-S may be having second thoughts about a controversial movie. News 7 at 5 is next.
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((WE LOST A VERY GOOD ALL AMERICAN.))
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The family of the pilot shot down in Iraq- reacts to the loss.
First Lieutenant Brian Slavenas was the pilot of the Chinook helicopter shot down on Sunday.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Slavenas was one of 16 Americans killed in the attack. Today the White House says it will stay on the course in Iraq until the job is finished.
But as Teri Okita reports, critics are calling for a change in policy.
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(( AT THE CRASH SITE IN FALLUJAH, AMERICAN TROOPS SIFT THROUGH THE WRECKAGE ALL THATS LEFT AFTER A MISSILE ATTACK KILLED 16-OF THEIR FELLOW SOLDIERS. THEY WERE ON THEIR WAY BACK TO THE U-S FOR TWO WEEKS OF R-AND-R. THEIR PERSONAL STORIES ARE NOW COMING OUT LIKE THE ONE OF SARGEANT ERNEST BUCKLEW WHO WAS HEADING HOME FOR HIS MOTHERS FUNERAL. Betty Smith/Sgt. Bucklews Aunt: His mother was worried every night about him. She and her husband prayed hed come home safe. THE LOSS OF SERGEANT BUCKLEW AND THE OTHERS WAS THE DEADLIEST SINGLE STRIKE SINCE MARCH 23RD. RATHER THAN BOW TO PRESSURE FROM INSURGENTS OR CRITICS, PRESIDENT BUSHS PLAN IS TO HONOR THE DEAD BY DIGGING HIS HEELS IN EVEN DEEPER. We have got a great military and some of the best have fallen in service. We mourn every loss, honor every name grieve for families. BUT THE ATTACK AND THE INCREASING SOPHISTICATION OF WEAPONS USED ARE PROMPTING RENEWED CALLS IN WASHINGTON TO CHANGE THE POLICY IN IRAQ. SOME SAY IT'S VIETNAM ALL OVER AGAIN. Sen. Fritz Hollings/D-South Carolina:
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we can. U-S SOLDIERS CONTINUE TO TIGHTEN UP CHECKPOINTS AND PATROL DANGEROUS AREAS, BUT MOST KNOW THEY CANT DO IT ALONE NOT WHEN THE ATTACKS KEEP COMING.
Teri Okita/Reporting: The U-S military says about four mortars rocked the center of Baghdad Monday.....witnesses say they believe the blasts came from the direction of the U-S-led coalition headquarters. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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The day brought two big job announcements to Martinsville and Henry County. In all three hundred new jobs are promised to the area. But it will not be immediately.
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Marya Jones is in Henry County with the latest.
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((ROLLCUE:..likely to be fierce.))
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Despite what it sounded like, there was no explosion at a Salem business last night.
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Those living near the Dooley Printing Corporation on Florida Avenue reported hearing a thunderous noise and seeing smoke pouring from the building around eight last night.
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The Salem Fire Department told the owner a stove at the business had been left on and that the fire started when something came in contact with a heated burner.
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((BILL TRENT/OWNER, DOOLEY PRINTING CORP.: THERE WAS SO MUCH HEAT AND THE BUILDING EXPANDED AND THE WALL FELL OVER. IT'S ALMOST INTACT IT'S JUST LAYING ON THE GROUND..))
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Trent says it appears his five printing presses weren't too badly damaged. Another local printing company has offered to take care of some his business until the company's running again. The fire's been ruled accidental.
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Another planned methadone clinic will likely face opposition from government leaders, but this one would be in the City of Roanoke.
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The Roanoke Treatment Center hopes to move into a vacant building on Hershberger Road. But some members of city council say the methadone clinic should not be placed near schools, or within the city limits at all.
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((BEV FITZPATRICK/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL; THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO NEED IT AND DESERVE IT. THE QUESTION IS WHERE DO YOU PUT IT. IT'S NOT RIGHT TO TRY TO SUPRISE A COMMUNITY AND TRY TO SLIDE IT IN UNDER THE RADAR. I THINK THERE'S AN OPPORTUNITY FOR US TO LOOK AT THIS IN A UNIQUE WAY.)) ((BILL BESTPITCH/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL; IT SEEMS TO ME THE APPROPRIATE LOCATIONS WOULD BE TO START LOOKING AT HOW WE CAN LOCATE MORE OF THESE FACILITIES IN OTHER JURISDICTIONS THROUGHOUT THE VALLEY AND NOT CONTINUE TO KEEP PUTTING ALL OF THESE TYPES OF FACILITIES IN THE CITY.))
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The company still has a significant amount of local, state and federal paperwork to complete before it could start administering methadone.
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Up next on the newscast, a boundry dispute creates confusion for some people who want to vote in tomorrow's election.
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Also are you sure of what you're eating when you eat out? Coming in Healthcheck, we'll see what is being done to change that.
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More residents of the Roanoke Valley are learning that county lines are not as clear cut as they imagined. And on the eve of election day, they're frustrated with the result.
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Two dozen registered voters have been transferred to new precincts in Botetourt County, after learning their homes are not in Roanoke County as they thought.
Like homeowners on Hill Drive who face a similar situation, the residents near Carvins Cove are not happy with the voting change.
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((MARY ADEOTI/HOLLINS RESIDENT: I'VE LIVED IN ROANOKE COUNTY ALL OF MY LIFE. I'VE ALWAYS VOTED FOR ROANOKE COUNTY. I WOULDN'T EVEN KNOW WHO TO START VOTING FOR IN BOTETOURT.)) ((BETTY BRUCE/HOLLINS RESIDENT: AS I SPOKE TO ONE OF THE COUNTY OFFICIALS, I TOLD THEM THAT ARE YOU JUST TELLING ME I HAVE TO VOTE IN BOTETOURT COUNTY IN A SENSE QUOTE UNQUOTE YOU'RE TAKING MY VOTING RIGHTS FROM ME BECAUSE I'M NOT GOING TO VOTE FOR SOMEONE I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT.))
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Some residents say they plan to cast conditional ballots at their old precincts as a form of protest.
But election officials say it is likely the electoral board will have no choice but to throw out those votes when they are reviewed.
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It was just a few weeks ago that Senator Bob Graham dropped out of the Democratic race for the presidential bid.
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Now the Florida senator says he won't run for re-election for Senate either.
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((SEN. BOB GRAHAM/D- FLORIDA: WINSTON CHURCHILL SAID THIS IS NOT THE END, THIS IS NOT THE BEGINNING OF THE END, PERHAPS IT IS THE END OF THE BEGINNING. IT IS IN THAT CONTEXT THAT I SEE THIS DECISION.))
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Graham is a former Florida Governor- He simply said today there are other things he wants to do.
His decision not to seek a fourth term will make the Democratic effort to retake the Senate next year that much tougher.
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At most of the country's 850 thousand restaurants, customers have no idea how many calories they are eating. But as Christy Feig tells us, that may soon change.
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There is a new option to people who want to look younger, but don't want surgery.
It is a technique known as Thermage, but as Mallika Marshall tells us it does come with a price.
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(Michelle Howard is oly 25 years old...but she's already started to

notice some wrinkles.

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"I had some fine lines here in this area and I just wanted to tighten up in here a little bit."
But instead of doing anything drastic, Michelle decided to try a new procedure called Thermage which was just approved by the F-D-A last year. It uses radiofrequency energy to heat collagen, the main structural protein in the skin, causing it to tighten. It also - damages - the collagen which causes new collagen to grow and helps wrinkles disappear.

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"This therapy is most effective for women or men who have slightly loose or lax skin - but it's not for someone who needs surgery."
Thermage usually takes less than two hours and is less invasive than many of the current anti-wrinkle treatments.

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"You're treated right in the office, you're wearing your street clothes, there's no needles, there's nothing sharp..."

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"It seems to be a little tighter , but you know I think over a period of time, I'm going to see more results..."

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"Dr. Bay-den says patients start to see improvements anywhere from a few weeks to several months later. And unlike some other treatments, thermage can be combined with different procedures such a s botox injections and it can also be used on women of color."
The cost can range anywhere from 18 hundred to four thousand dollars, depending on how large an area you're having done. And since it's cosmetic, it's not covered by insurance. Dr. Mallika Marshall, CBS News.))

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Coming up next, Robin Reed will have our forecast.
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[VO] Plus we'll see a woman who has spent the last three months shooting the breeze as she crossed the Pacific on a wind surfer.
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Still to come, C-B-S is considering what to do with a movie that has turned into a political hot potato,
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and a professional athlete from our region has a new team. Mike Stevens will have the details in Sports.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Monday ticker. It has been an interesting day for Tech's DeAngelo Hall. This afternoon he was named the Big East defensive player of the week.
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He also now knows that he is likely suspended for the first half of this coming Saturday's game with Pittsburgh. His suspension is a result of a late game altercation in the Miami game. Tech still hopes to have the matter resolved by Saturday's 7:45pm kickoff.
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UVa has lost three of it's last four and Steve Mason says, with contests against Maryland, Georgia Tech and fifth ranked Virginia Tech on the horizon, the Wahoos could be in for a stormy finish.
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((STEVE MASON:THE VIRGINIA CAVALIERS NERVOUS NOVEMBER IS OFF TO A STOMACH CHURNING, UNSETTLING OH AND 1 START AFTER SATURDAY'S 51-37 LOSS TO N.C.STATE. AND ACCORDING TO AL GROH, SOME STRESSFUL TIMES, NOT PEACEFUL TIMES ARE A HEAD FOR THE MONTH BEFORE CHRISTMAS.)) ((AL GROH/3-5 RECORD IN THREE NOVEMBER MONTHS:))
((Whatever the case may be, UVa is becoming a team hard to figure out. Take the defense, a unit that held Florida State, who is ninth in the country in TD's scored among teams that have played nine games, to one touchdown, yet turns around two games later and gives up five to the Wolfpack. ((:))
N.C. State's running game piled up 143 yards thanks to the return of a re-energized T.A. McLendon who accounted for 216 of State's 553 yards. UVa's rushing attack could muster just 50 yards against the nations 89th ranked defense. ((:))
Obviously one bright spot for the Cavaliers is Matt Schaub. The senior is averaging two touchdowns a game and pumped out four TD tosses against the Wolfpack. But how his team finishes is most important.)) ((:)) ((UVA IS OFF THIS WEEK AND DOES NOT PLAY AGAIN NOVEMBER 13TH ON THE ROAD AGAINST MARYLAND. THE TERPS HAVE WON SIX OF THEIR LAST SEVEN. STEVE MASON NEWS 7 SPORTS.))

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Two big baseball notes for you tonight. The White Soxhave named former player Ozzie Guillen their new manager.
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And former Ferrum great Billy Wagner was traded today to the Phillies. The Astros get three young pitchers in return for one of baseball's best closers. Wagner, a three-time All-Star, had eleven more saves than the entire Phillies' bullpen last season.
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The Tech 2003 report is coming up at the top of the hour. I'll see you then everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street today, some solid economic news sent stocks higher, with the Dow Industrials posting a gain for the sixth straight session. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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CBS may not air a controversial movie about Ronald Reagan after all.
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CBS chief Les Moonves is expected to decide in the next few days what to do about the movie which is scheduled to air this month.
Conservative Republicans are protesting that the four-hour movie isn't fair to Reagan. Variety says Republicans complained so much C-B-S has cut out fictional scenes that Moonves thinks go too far.
That's prompted the director to quit the project.
Moonves is reportedly considering several options -- including not airing the movie at all, giving it to Showtime instead, or delaying it until everyone's satisfied.
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It can be tough enough trying to wind surf across a lake.. but one woman took on a much bigger task.
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She windsurfed across the Pacific Ocean- becomming the first female to do wo.
Raphaela Le Gouvello (Lout Goo-vel- oh) started out from Peru several months ago.
IT took a total of 89 days and seven hours and today the 43 year old sailed into Tahiti- after travelling neary 45 hundred nautical miles.
She has already completed solo crossings of the Atlantic and Mediterranean.
Her home for three months was a board, that's where she slept.
She contacted a backup crew twice a day in Paris to report her position.
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