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A tractor- trailer overturns near Fort Chiswell, causing delays--

And an accident involving hazardous materials is affecting southbound traffic on Interstate- 77.
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Plus, authorities investigate a Roanoke County Moose Lodge.
Details on those stories, coming up.
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Another nice sunny day with an isolated storm to our west. We'll increase the chance for showers and storms as we head toward Sunday. I'll have your weekend forecast.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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A overturned tractor-trailer is causing traffic backups in the Fort Chiswell area.
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State Police say the truck, loaded with cans of pasta, ran off I-81 southbound earlier this morning.
The highway had to be closed at exit 81 for about an hour to clean up the wreck.
The road should re-open soon.
Police say the driver had minor injuries.
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An equipment malfunction was the cause of major delays on Interstate-81 last night.
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It happened near Pulaski at mile marker 94. A truck lost a road sign when its trailer unhitched - blocking northbound lanes for about two hours.
An eyewitness says the sign went airborne and hit an oncoming tractor trailer, causing it to jackknife.
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((ROBBIE HINER/EYE WITNESS: I WAS SCARED TO DEATH BECAUSE IT'S HARD FOR ME TO STOP AND I'M IN A LITTLE CAR. THESE BIG EIGHTEEN WHEELERS, THEY CAN'T STOP ON A DIME YOU KNOW. IT'S JUST A MIRACLE THAT NO ONE GOT HURT.))
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State police say the driver of the tractor trailer was taken to the hospital complaining of lower back pain. Troopers say the trailer's safety chain was hooked up, but it snapped when the trailer unhitched.
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State police say a speeding motorcyclist lost his life overnight on Interstate 81. Police tell us 52 year old Kenneth Sterling Smiley of Blacksburg was heading south near the Christiansburg exit just after midnight, when he lost control and struck a guardrail. Police say Smiley was traveling at a high speed, and was thrown from his motorcycle.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.

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People traveling south on Interstate 77 could run into delays in North Carolina.
A seven mile stretch of the interstate will be closed both ways, due to a traffic accident involving hazardous materials.
A tanker carrying toulene (Tall- you- leen) overturned around six this morning between Dobson at mile marker 82 and the 100 mile marker.
Cars will have to detour around the accident.
Authorities expect the road to be closed four to five hours.

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State officials are investigating the Salem Moose Lodge for allegedly running illegal poker games.
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According to court documents, the Moose Lodge number 2573 on Thompson Memorial Drive was running the games as a way to attract new members. Undercover A-B-C agents say they bought into a "Texas Hold 'em" tournament for 60 dollars, with 10 dollars going to the house. Also, investigators say they bought into side games in a back room. The search warrant was executed last night, but nobody has been charged pending a review by the commonwealth attorney.

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Russian officials say terrorists were behind the downing of at least ONE of the two planes that crashed earlier this week.
They say they found traces of explosives in the plane's wreckage.
Beth Knobel reports from Moscow.
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(( Russian officials now admit it was terrorism, not mechanical error, that brought down at least one of the two russian jets that crashed almost simultaneously on tuesday.
Investigators say traces of an explosive called hexogen have been found at the site of one of the crashes, in russia's rostov region. And airline officials suspect the explosion was caused by a suicide bomber--possibly chechen--and that the second plane crash might have been caused by one too.

SOT:SUPER: Paul Duffy, Russian Aviation Specialist

"TWO MUSLIM LADIES, ONE ON EACH AIRCRAFT, BOARDED THE AIRCRAFT--APPARENTLY WITH PLASTIC EXPLOSIVES AROUND THEIR WAISTS."
Aviation officials say hexogen, a white powder, probably wouldn't have shown up on the airport's metal detectors if it was being carried on someone's body. And here in Russia, women are not routinely searched.

ON-CAM; BETH KNOBEL REPORTS/MOSCOW If these are indeed suicide bombers, there are ramifications far beyond russia. If someone here has figured out how to get explosives onto airplanes, it could potentially threaten everyone everywhere who flies.

(nats..security screening)

Domodedovo airport outside moscow, where both doomed flights originated, has one of Russia's most modern security screening systems. However a government official said today the airport had been cited in May for safety deficiencies.
Russian families today started burying the 89 people who died in tuesday's crashes--many wondering if their loved ones were the victims of a flawed system. BK, CBS News, Moscow ))
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Still to come on the newscast, the President plans to use his executive power to give more authority to the director of the C-I-A.
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Plus after months of legal wrangling, jury selection is about to begin in the Kobe Bryant case.
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So far, a peace deal appears to be holding in the Iraqi city of Najaf.
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Supporters of radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr have left a religious shrine, and turned over the keys to Shiite authorities.
They had been holed up in the shrine for weeks, while battling with Iraqi and U-S forces.
American forces are maintaining their positions, while dozens of militants have laid down their arms and are leaving the city.
However, thousands of armed militants are still believed to be in Najaf.
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President Bush is about to make some changes in the nation's intelligence- gathering system.
He'll sign executive orders today to strengthen the powers of the C-I-A director.
The orders will also create a national counter-terrorism center, and set guidelines for sharing intelligence among agencies.
White House officials say the President will work with Congress to create the position of national intelligence director, who would oversee all 15 intelligence agencies.

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Jury selection begins today in the rape trial of N-B-A star Kobe Bryant.
Hundreds of possible jurors are filing into the courthouse in Eagle, Colorado.
Kelly Cobiella is there with the latest.
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(( IN THIS COLORADO MOUNTAIN COUNTY OF 43-THOUSAND, PROSECUTORS AND DEFENSE ATTORNEYS LOOK FOR THE PERFECT TWELVE: TWELVE JURORS TO HEAR A CASE THAT HAS BEEN HARD TO IGNORE... ONE THAT INVOLVES SEX, CELEBRITY AND RACE.

SOT:Mark Mazzarella/Jury Consultant

WHENEVER YOU HAVE A BLACK/WHITE RELATIONSHIP YOU HAVE TO DEAL WITH THE REALITY THERE'S A LOT OF EMOTION, A LOT OF PREJUDICE, A LOT OF BIAS AND THAT HAS TO BE FACTORED INTO THE EQUATION.
THE PROSPECTIVE JURORS WILL NOT SEE THE SUPERSTAR DEFENDANT TODAY. KOBE BRYANT IS NOT REQUIRED TO SIT IN ON THIS PART OF JURY SELECTION. THE FIRST ROUND INVOLVES PAPERWORK.

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THE POOL OF ALMOST A THOUSAND POSSIBLE JURORS ARE FILLING OUT A QUESTIONAIRE WITH 82 QUESTIONS. THEYLL COME BACK ON MONDAY FOR ONE-ON-ONE QUESTIONING BY PROSECUTORS AND THE DEFENSE BEHIND CLOSED DOORS, WITH KOBE BRYANT LOOKING ON.
THE ENTIRE PROCESS IS EXPECTED TO LAST A WEEK BUT VERY LITTLE IN THIS HIGH-STAKES CASE OF HE-SAID-SHE-SAID HAS GONE AS EXPECTED.
THE DEFENSE HAS WORKED TO INTRODUCE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ALLEGED VICTIM'S MENTAL HEATH... PAINTING HER AS A PROMISCUOUS, TROUBLED WOMAN.
BRYANT CLAIMS THE TWO HAD CONSENSUAL SEX AT A VAIL AREA RESORT JUNE 30TH OF LAST YEAR. THE THEN-19 YEAR OLD HOTEL CLERK SAYS IT WAS RAPE.
AFTER A NUMBER OF COURTHOUSE BLUNDERS LED TO HER NAME AND SEALED INFORMATION BEING MADE PUBLIC, THE ACCUSER SAID SHE HAS NO FAITH IN THE LEGAL SYSTEM AND FILED A CIVIL SUIT AGAINST BRYANT.
THAT HAS FUELED SPECULATION THAT THE PROSECUTION WOULD DROP THE CASE. BUT IT DID NOT LOOK THAT WAY THURSDAY. PROSECUTORS MADE A LAST MINUTE ATTEMPT AT GETTING CRUCIAL DEFENSE EVIDENCE THROWN OUT.
THE DEFENSE SAYS ITS DNA EVIDENCE SHOWS BRYANTS ACCUSER HAD SEX WITH ANOTHER MAN SHORTLY AFTER HER ENCOUNTER WITH THE BASKETBALL STAR. SHE STRONGLY DENIES THAT, AND PROSECUTORS NOW ARGUE THE D-N-A EVIDENCE IS TAINTED. THE JUDGE MAY STILL ALLOW A SPECIAL HEARING ON HOW THE EVIDENCE WAS TESTED. KELLY COBIELLA, CBS NEWS, EAGLE COLORADO. ))
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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we'll tell you why you would need a big thirst to finish this bottle of wine.
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Many people think they're works of art, despite not knowing their origins, but almost every government building has them. Alleen Sirgany has more on the craftsmen making the bronze medallions seen all over the nation's capital.

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((TRACK: FROM THIS CAULDRON IN A SMALL WORKSHOP IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA.COMES A MAGIC POTION THAT IS BEGINNING A REMARKABLE JOURNEY.
TRACK: AFTER REACHING 21-HUNDRED DEGREES, THE BRONZE WILL BE POURED INTO A MOLD, MADE INTO A PLAQUE OR MEDALLION OR MARKER, AND SHIPPED TENS, HUNDREDSEVEN THOUSANDS OF MILES TO ITS NEW HOME.

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TRACK: THIS PIECE IS GETTING READY TO TAKE ITS PLACE IN HISTORY.

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TRACK: IT WILL BECOME A SEAL THAT WILL HANG AT THE NEW U-S EMBASSY IN BAGHDAD. WHEN ITS FINISHED, IT WILL LOOK A LOT LIKE THIS ONE, HEADED TO LUXEMBOURGS EMBASSY. ALEX BIGLER, WHO OWNS THE FOUNDRY ALONG WITH HIS WIFE, UNDERSTANDS THE IMPORTANCE OF WHAT HES CREATING.

(SOT: Alex Bigler/National Trust Foundry) 2:12:23 We feel fortunate to

be able to do something that might help along the way.
TRACK: MUCH OF THEIR WORK HEADS CLOSER TO HOME, TO WASHINGTON, (nat) LIKE THIS DOORKNOCKER AND DOORKNOB FROM THE WHITE HOUSE.

(STAND-UP: THEIR WORK IS ALL OVER DOWNTOWN WASHINGTON, FROM THIS PLAQUE

THAT HANGS INSIDE THE WHITE HOUSE PRESS ROOM, (cut) TO THE SIGN IN FRONT OF THE EISENHOWER EXECUTIVE OFFICE, RIGHT NEXT DOOR.)
TRACK: THE BUSINESS STARTED WHEN THE BIGLERS VOLUNTEERED TO MAKE BUCKLES TO COMMEMORATE A HORSE RACE THEY WERE INDESPITE NO EXPERIENCE IN THE METAL CRAFT.

(SOT: Ila Bigler/National Trust Foundry:

It was just a big adventure that we went into.)
TRACK: THAT WAS 20 YEARS AGO. THEIR FOUNDRY IS FAIRLY NEW, BUT THE TECHINIQUES THEY USE HAVE BEEN AROUND FOR A WHILE.

Eight thousand years, that we know of.)
TRACK: AND WHILE THERE ARE EASIER, MORE MODERN WAYS TO DO THIS, THE BIGLERS WOULDNT HEAR OF IT. SUCH IMPORTANT SYMBOLS ARE MORE THAN WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN BRONZE... OR GOLD. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.)

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It better be a pretty important toast for THIS bottle of wine--
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The world's largest bottle of wine is four and a half feet tall, and is sitting in a steak house in Seattle, Washington.
It was engineered and built for Morton's and Beringer Wine, and holds more than 14 CASES of vintage.
The bottle will be touring the country-- ending up in New York City in November, when it'll be auctioned off at Sotheby's to raise money for a charity that fights hunger.
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Coming up after the break, the Fabulous Five are finished with soccer, after taking home another gold medal.
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And the only football action in the nation starts tomorrow night -- with Tech battling the number one team.
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Last night in a hard- fought match, the American women's soccer team edged out the Brazilians for the win.
It was an emotional night for the team that's playing together for the last time.
Manuel Gallegus has their story.
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(( IT WAS AN AMAZING FINALEA BATTLE TO THE BITTER END.
LAST NIGHT IN OVERTIMETHE U.S. WOMENS SOCCER TEAM BARELY BEAT THE BRAZILIANSTWO GOALS TO ONE
IT WAS CLOSETHE BRAZILIANS WERE STRONG BUT THE AMERICANS HAD THE HEART AND PASSION TO TAKE VICTORYAND THE GOLD.
JULIE FOUDY, SOCCER GOLD MEDALIST Just going out on a high note is how we wanted to do itits so fitting its so nice.

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AN HOUR AFTER THE GAME THE WOMEN WERE STILL ON THE FIELD CRYING AND HUGGINGTAKING PHOTOS WITH THEIR MEDALS.
STAND-UP-Manuel Gallegus, Athens THEY DIDNT WANT IT TO ENDFOR THREE OF THE ORIGINAL PLAYERS IT WAS THEIR LAST GAME. ALL IN THEIR THIRTIES, THEY KNOW ITS TIME TO GO. .

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Its the right time I know for myselfand Ill speak for myselfto step down and hand the keys over to these guys.
MIA HAMM JULIE FOUDY AND JOY FAWCETT HELPED GIVE THE SPORT OF NATIONAL PROMINENCE IN THE U.S.. ESPECIALLY AFTER WINNING THE WORLD CUP IN 1999
TOGETHER THEYVE PLAYED MORE THAN 12-HUNDRED INTERNATIONAL MATCHES.
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NOW THE NEW GENERATION TAKES OVER.
MIA HAMMSOCCER TEAM GOLD MEDALIST
The future is very bright for this teamand I think its bright for the sport.
AND FOR THOSE INHERITING THE TEAM

-SOT-ABBY WAMBACH, SOCCER GOLD MEDALIST

I dont think Id be standing here right now if these ladies hadnt been so inspirational to meand to millions around the world.

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-NAT GAME- FOR THE VETERANS ITS BEEN 17 YEARS ON THE PLAYING FIELDTHE TIME OF THEIR LIVES.
AND THEY ALL GO OUT AS WINNERS. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS ATHENS ))

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The VMI Keydets wrap up preseason camp with Saturday's scrimmage at Alumni Field, and former PH standout Adam Peters can't wait to give his leg a rest.
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Peters is glad to have the rat line behind him, and the sophomore is trying to take on the place- kicking duties, as well as his normal punting responsibilities.
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Peters averaged just under 49 yards per punt a season ago.
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Mike Williams won't be suiting up for USC tomorrow night at Fed Ex Field -- or anywhere else this season.
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Yesterday afternoon, as the Trojans were exiting practice and heading to the airport to head east - they found out that the NCAA had denied the all-American receiver's appeal to regain his college eligibility.
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Carroll insists that Williams' absence will not affect his team's play against the Hokies.
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There was plenty of Hokie pride in Blacksburg last night.
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Several hundred Virginia Tech students turned out for a pep rally sponsored by the Alumni Association.
It was a chance to introduce the freshmen to the Hokie experience and of course get them pumped for the first game of the season.
Virginia Tech plays the U-S-C Trojans tomorrow night at Fed Ex field in Landover, Maryland.
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((KATE HERBERT: I THINK THAT WE'RE GOING TO HAVE MORE FANS THERE WHICH MEANS WE ARE GOING TO BE REALLY LOUD AND I THINK WE WILL DO PRETTY WELL.)) ((BRIAN MASTALER: WE'VE NEVER BEEN TO A GAME EARLY IN THE SEASON BEING THE UNDERDOG. I KINDA LIKE OUR CHANCES BEING THE UNDERDOG, NEVER DONE IT BEFORE I THINK WE ARE GOING TO WIN THIS GAME.))
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Win or lose, fans are excited about the upcoming season especially now that Virginia Tech is part of the A-C-C.
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((ELIZABETH HART: I THINK BEING IN THE ACC IS GOING TO BE EXTREMELY EXCITING FOR THIS TOWN, NEW CHALLENGE FOR THE HOLIES, AND JUST BRAND NEW ASPIRATIONS FOR US.)) ((ALISE SVIHLA: IT ADDS A GREAT LOCATION FOR ALL THE FANS TO GO TO. WE CAN TRAVEL TO ALL THEGAMES THIS YEAR AND I THINK THAT'S WONDERFUL.))
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Something that hasn't been wonderful is the Marcus Vick controversy.
Fans say it's time to put it behind them and play some football.
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((TY BROGAS: I THINK WE HAVE A COUPLE OF KINKS TO WORK OUT BUT I THINK WE WILL FINISH STRONG AND FINISH TO A BOWL THIS YEAR.)) ((BRIAN MASTALER: I THINK OUR COACHING STAFF IS STRONG ENOUGH TO SEPARATE OFF THEFIELD AND ONE THE FIELD AND I THINK OUR TEAM IS GOING TO COME BACK STRONGER THAN EVER AND THEY'RE GOING TO BE READYTO PLAY FOOTBALL.)) ((JOHN TABB: I'M GLAD THEY TOOK THE ACTION THEY DID. WE DON'T KNOW PEOPLE LIKE THAT, PLAYING FOR US AND I KNOW THE STUDENT BODY FEELS THE SAME WAY.))
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