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Coming up on News 7 at 5 - officials arrest a suspect in today's shooting spree at an Ohio Trucking company.
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An inch or two of rain over the last 24 hours brought the streams and creeks up quickly this afternoon. We will check the latest radar for additional rain chances coming up.

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In Medical News -
A toddler learns what its like to live a normal life thanks to an organ doner.
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and a House committee investigates a New Jersey couple accused of starving four of its adopted children.
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Plus Brent's slipping us some cider secrets.
News 7 at 5 starts now. [Open]
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A shooting today at a suburban Cincinnati trucking company- a man opens fire killing two workers.
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((STUFF LIKE THIS HAPPENS YOU KNOW JUST DON'T MAKE NO SENSE.))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
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The man suspected of opening fire is now in custody.
State police in Indiana say they arrested the suspect about two and half hours after the shootings- at a truck stop about 50 miles away.
Stacy Case is in West Chester, Ohio with more.
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((
THE NEWS WAS OVERWHELMING FOR FAMILY MEMBERS AT THE SCENE --- ANOTHER

WORKPLACE SHOOTING, THIS TIME AT A TRUCKING COMPANY IN WEST CHESTER, OHIO. POLICE SAY THE GUNMAN DROVE THROUGH A SECURITY CHECKPOINT -- IGNORING ORDERS TO STOP... THEN WALKED INTO AN OFFICE AREA WITH A GUN IN EACH HAND AND OPENED FIRE. FIVE WORKERS WERE SHOT -- TWO ARE DEAD.

CHIEF JOHN BRUCE/WEST CHESTER POLICE "We have nothing to lead us to believe he had a grievance against a specific person."
OFFICIALS SAY THE SHOOTER FIRED AT LEAST 12 SHOTS BEFORE SPEEDING AWAY IN A WHITE VAN.....HE WAS ARRESTED AN HOUR LATER, AT A TRUCK STOP ACROSS THE STATE LINE IN INDIANA.
RESTAURANT PATRON: "He looked at me very sternly and said yes, you need to call the police right now, they're lookin' for me."
STACY CASE/REPORTING THE SUSPECT, 50 YEAR OLD TOM WEST, NEVER WORKED AT THIS SUBURBAN CINCINNATI PLANT BUT HE DID WORK FOR WATKINS MOTOR LINES UP UNTIL TWO YEARS AGO. WHILE POLICE ARE WITHOUT A MOTIVE -- CO-WORKERS ARE ALSO TRYING TO MAKE SENSE OF A SENSELESS CRIME.
GEORGE VONDERHAAR/WORKER "It's messed up, you know I just don't understand this crap."
MIKE HOBSON/WORKER "Doesn't happen to you, happens other places, happens other parts of the world, not where you work - kind of a reality check - it does happen."
THE ALLEGED SHOOTER IS IN CUSTODY IN INDIANA -- AS OFFICIALS DECIDE WHETHER TO BRING WEST BACK TO OHIO TO FACE POSSIBLE CHARGES. STACY CASE, CBS NEWS, WEST CHESTER, OH.))

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The 6th district house race is still too close to "officially" call, but incumbent Benny Keister believes when all is said and done he WILL keep his seat.
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The Democrat is leading Republican Morgan Morris by 49 votes - making it the closest General Assembly race in the state. Election officials say there will be an automatic recount because the vote difference is less than one half a percent.
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((BENNY KEISTER/INCUMBENT: IT'S A DRAWN OUT PROCESS BUT THEY JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT EVERYTHING IS CORRECT AND IT SHOULD BE CORRECT IN SOMETHING THIS CLOSE, YOU KNOW. THEY NEED, THEY NEED TO MAKE SURE THAT EVERYTHING IS RIGHT))
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The results must be certified on November 24th before a recount can begin. An official winner probably won't be announced until mid-December. Keister says he will continue preparing for the upcoming General Assembly session.
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A clerical error may have cost two Bedford County candidates the election.
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Registrar Marie Batten says a mistake she made could undo the results of two county races.
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41 people on Clay's Crossing Drive were told to vote in the Big Island District when they SHOULD have voted in the Forest District.
Big Island's 24-year supervisor Tony Ware lost his seat to Steve Arrington by just 12 votes.
A Big Island school board race was ALSO decided by 12 votes.
Both losing candidates have 30 days to challenge the election results.
A special three-judge panel would then decide if the election is valid and whether to hold a special election.
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President Bush signs a package worth nearly 88 BILLION dollars into law today to help with the War on Terrorism .


Meanwhile, the Pentagon calls up thousands more reservists for one- year stints and the first Polish soldier is killed in attacks.
Teri Okita has more from Washington.
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(( A SIGN THAT AMERICA PUTS ITS MONEY WHERE ITS MOUTH IS, PRESIDENT BUSH INKED AN 87-BILLION DOLLAR AID PACKAGE FOR U-S OPERATIONS AND RECONSTRUCTION IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN. MR. BUSH SAYS THE U-S MUST SHOW ITS RESOLVE IN PROMOTING DEMOCRACY THROUGHOUT THE MIDDLE EAST.

SOT: (Bush) the resources we commit will increase freedom, peace and

increasing security of american people

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STANDUP BRIDGE: WHILE MORE AMERICAN DOLLARS FILTER IN, THE PENTAGON HAS ANNOUNCED PLANS TO CUT THE OVERALL NUMBER OF U-S TROOPS IN IRAQ BY NEARLY 30-THOUSAND NEXT YEAR. SOME UNITS WONT BE REPLACED, AND THEYLL RELY MORE HEAVILY ON IRAQI POLICE.

(Super: Donald Rumsfeld/Defense Secretary)
SOT: I have not been told of a single military commander in CENTCOM, in

Iraq, who is recommencing additional U.S. military forces. Not one.
TRACK: DEFENSE DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS DENY THE TROOP REDUCTIONS ARE DRIVEN BY POLITICS EVEN AS AMERICA HEADS INTO A PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION YEAR.

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BUT SOLDIERS CONTINUE TO DIE TWO MORE WERE KILLED IN IRAQ THURSDAY AND SOME LAWMAKERS SAY WE NEED MORE TROOPS, NOT LESS.

(Super: Sen. John McCain/R-Arizona) (Wednesday/yesterday)
SOT: This is an insufficient number of troops to even play defense, much

less take the fight to our enemy,
TRACK: THE PENTAGONS ONE-YEAR ROTATION PLAN ALSO CALLS FOR TENS OF THOUSANDS OF RESERVISTS, NATIONAL GUARDSMEN, AND ACTIVE-DUTY MARINES TO REPLACE TROOPS WHOVE BEEN IN IRAQ SINCE LAST SPRING. THE U-S CONTINUES TO SHOULDER MUCH OF THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR SECURITY AS FEW COUNTRIES SEEM WILLING TO SEND IN SOLDIERS TO HELP KEEP THE PEACE. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.
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A museum honoring photographer O. Winston Link is just two months from being fully developed. Renovations to the former Norfolk and Western Passenger Station which will house the attraction are now complete. Shannon Young was there for this morning's unveiling.
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A blue ribbon marked a red-letter day as Virginia lawmakers, Roanoke's mayor and the cultural community showed off the results of 9-months of construction.
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A year to the week after dignitaries first swept the dirt from an N&W logo in the old passenger station, the high ceilings and open spaces of the landmark speak again of its heyday. The station was built in 1905. Renowed designer Raymond Lowey perked up its appearance in the 1940's. Photographer O. Winston Link knew his work had found a home.
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Link's photos will grace the walls of a downstairs gallery. The Museum will also house the Roanoke Valley Convention Center and Visitor's Bureau. Officials estimate the combination could track in another 7-million dollar a year.
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The old passenger station is scheduled to reopen in January. Shannon Young, News 7, Roanoke.))

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Coming up, the national government steps in to investigate allegations of New Jersey couple severly starving its adopted children
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and in Health Check - she wasn't supposed to be alive today, But this toddler is defying the odds and thriving thanks to a transplant that gave her a second shot at life.
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When Makenzie Blackburn was born doctors told her mother she wouldn't live long.
A rare disease left her bowel useless --and she was in desperate need of a transplant.
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But as Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton reports Makenzie will be celebrating her 2nd birthday next month.
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Jean, Her mother says it's truly a miracle her daughter is alive.
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But it's only because a donor was found in time. Makenzie had a bowel transplant in April. She is still on the road to recovery --but is now back at home.
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Makenzie is making major steps every day. She's walking, talking, but most importantly eating.
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((SHE HAD NEVER EATEN. SHE'D NEVER DRANK A BOTTLE HER WHOLE LIFE. AND NOW IT'S WONDERFUL TO SEE HER PICK UP A BAG OF CHIPS. IT'S JUST AMAZING. IT'S LIKE HAVING A NORMAL CHILD AGAIN)) [RUNS18]
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That wasn't the case in January --Makenzie was hooked to pumps and poles almost 24 hours a day just to stay alive.
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((WHEN SHE WAS BORN ORIGINALLY THEY TOLD US SHE PROBABLY WOULDN'T LIVE BUT A FEW MONTHS. SO WE HAD PREPARED OURSELVES FOR THAT AS BEST AS YOU CAN NOW WE HAVE THE HOPES THAT SHE'LL LIVE TO BE AS OLD AS SHE CAN. SHE'S GOT THE POTENTIAL TO DO ANYTHING)) [RUNS26]
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And for that Makenzie's mother says she will be forever grateful to the family of the 8 year old boy whose bowel has given Makenzie a second chance at life.
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(( SHE'LL ALWAYS HAVE TO TAKE MEDICATIONS. SHE'LL ALWAYS HAVE A FEW ISSUE WITH THIS TYPE OF TRANSPLANT. SHE SHOULD GROW UP, SHE SHOULD GO TO SCHOOL HAVE FRIENDS AND BE ABLE TO PLAY )) [RUNS12]
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Makenzie is still being checked on regular basis to make sure her body is not rejecting the organ.
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If you'd like to keep track of her progress you can find a link on our web page to her web address.
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Jean,

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By now you've probably heard the story from New Jersey- four adopted boys left to eat the walls- agess 9 through 19 and each weighing less than 50 pounds.
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Now today on Capitol Hill a hearing to find out how parents could allegedly starve their children and how it went unnoticed by social workers.
The case attracted the attention of lawmakers who want to find the failure in the child welfare system.
The children were seen social services workers 38 times and no abuse was ever reported.
All agencies tied to the New Jersey case testified Wednesday.
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((WHY THE SYSTEM FAILED THESE BOYS WE NEED TO RECOGNIZE THE SAME PROBLEMS KEEP ON SURFACING))
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The parents received 28 thousand dollars a year from the state to help care for their children.
Now in the state's care the boys have all begun to gain weight.
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Coming up, Robin will let us know if today's rainfall brings a fall in temperatures...
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As the weather gets cooler, there's nothing better than a cup of hot apple cider. At least that what our Brent Watts thinks.
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He joins us this afternoon with a look inside a local cider factory.
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Jean, Murray's Cider is one of the last companies in the U.S that makes cider from tree ripened apples instead of concentrate.
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And unlike many large factories, each family member has a hand in the entire cider making process.
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The company bottles enough to fill 125 thousand cases per year, which is about a half a million gallons.
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Stocks rebouned af starting on the down side. We'll have a look at today's trading in Marketwatch.
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and the new nickel is changing more than hands. See the new look of money a little later.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to your Thursday ticker. The ODAC men's basketball coaches met the media today in Salem. Hampden-Sydney and Randolph-Macon were the top two teams in the league's preseason poll. Travis Wells has more from the Salem Civic Center.
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The Express plays at home Friday and Saturday of this week. Here's Steve Mason with this year's first edition of Round House Wrap Up.
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((STEVE MASON:))
((TONY MACAULAY/EXPRESS HEAD COACH:))
((The team is on its way because of the defense. A unit led by goalie David Belitski that has given up just five goals in three games. The offense scored 12 goals during the stretch. ((:))
Off the ice, the team scored major points in the community, spending time with kids with celebra palsy at the Ice Station. Goals were scored, kids were pushed to try and spirits were lifted. ((:))
The Express had some college visitors this week. Two communication majors at James Madison University are shooting a short documentary on the Express for a class project.))
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Coming up tonight at the top of the hour - we'll tie this week's elections into sports as we check in with a former coach who was a winner at the polls - newly elected Botetourt Supervisor Don Meredith. Take care everybody and have a great night.

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Even after a makeover, its still just worth five cents.
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The U-S Mint unveiled the newly designed nickel during a ceremony earlier today.
This is the first time the coin has been updated in 65 years.
The new design commemmorates the bi-centennials of the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark expedition.
The nickles will go into circulation in this spring.
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It has a new, slick look...
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but it's still worth just five cents.
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[Closing Animation] The new nickel on News Seven at Eleven.