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A nine- year- old boy accidentally shoots and kills his two- year- old brother in Montgomery County.
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And-- Frances' fury is still being felt in Florida.
Gas, water, and ice are in short supply, while more than two million residents are without power.
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Flood watches have been issued for tonight through Thursday morning as some locally heavy rainfall head's our way. I'll have your forecast.

[ANCHOR=KIMBERLY]


Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.

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Tropical Storm Frances is through with Florida, but it could pose some real dangers to our region.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
The question now is-- how much rain can we expect from Frances.
Let's find out from Metereologist Leo Hirsbrunner.

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Power has been restored to about a million Floridians ...but another two million are still in the dark.
Meanwhile, many Florida residents are struggling to find the necessities for everyday life.
Aleen Sirgany reports from Palm Beach Gardens.
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[SUPER=03-Palm Beach Gardens, FL;]
[SUPER=01-Marla Burns/Palm Beach Gardens Resident;]
[SUPER=01-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News;]
[SUPER=01-Charlotte Presensky/Palm Beach Co. Official;]
[SUPER=01-Kara Irwin/Palm Beach Gardens Official;]
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((
LOCATOR: PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL

(nats.. lines stretch)


FOR AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE -- FLORIDIANS ARE WAITING IN LONG LINES -- DESPARATE FOR THE BASICS.
SOT - MARLA BURNS/PALM BEACH GARDENS RESIDENT

"how long have you been waiting? an hour and a half... what do you need? I need ice."

(nats...ice)

AT THIS FEMA DISTRIBUTION CENTER.... THE TRUCK LOADS CAN'T COME IN FAST ENOUGH.
(nats...)



(BRIDGE)

THEY'RE WAITING HERE JUST FOR ICE AND WATER -- BUT THE WATER IS GONE, AND ICE MIGHT SOON BE TOO.

SOT - CHARLOTTE PRESENSKY/PALM BEACH COUNTY OFFICIAL

"we don't have enough here - markets have what people need - they need to go to grocery stores"

(nats...woman w/cart)

BUT THE MARKETS ARE RUNNING OUT TOO.....

(nats..)

SO MANY ARE WAITING FOR HOURS HERE.... AT ONE OF THE RESTAURANTS OPEN IN PALM BEACH GARDENS (nats... 'i'm very hungry') HOPING FOR A HOT MEAL.

(nat pop - "delicious, finally, finally.")



(nats...nozzle being pulled)

AND AT GAS STATIONS -- CARS PACKED WITH PEOPLE WHO JUST WANT GAS... ARE GOING NOWHERE FAST.... AND PATIENCE IS RUNNING ON EMPTY.
nat pop - "that guy doesn't need to have such a bad attitude."
IT COULD BE A LONG WAIT......

SOT - KARA IRWIN/PALM BEACH GARDENS OFFICIAL - 5:36 "Please everyone be

patient - we're all in this together."
AND AS PEOPLE ARE FORCED TO JUGGLE LIFE AFTER FRANCES -- MANY ARE STILL COUNTING THEIR BLESSINGS.

SOT - LINDA OLIVER/PALM BEACH GARDENS RESIDENT

"You've gotta have humor, we're still alive, stuff is just stuff."
AND NO ONE KNOWS HOW LONG IT WILL BE BEFORE LIFE RETURNS TO NORMAL -- BUT THEY'RE NOT COUNTING ON THAT HAPPENING ANYTIME SOON. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL.
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International Red Cross officials say recent storms have left 88 people dead in China.
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The storm hit China last Thursday, and the heavy rain is expected to continue falling through today.
Flash floods, and mudslides have been common.
More than 130- thousand people had been evacuated from their homes.
Officials say the death toll from the flooding is almost certain to rise, as rescuers search for more than 50 missing people.
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The Red Cross says it's ready for whatever Frances may bring our way.
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The Roanoke Valley Chapter's emergency department says it's now talking with local emergency managers to make sure that things like shelters and emergency generators are available in case of flooding. The agency says it's also checking the availability of its OWN volunteers, with a number of them now in Florida to help with the hurricane damage there.
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((AMY WHITTAKE/RED CROSS: WE'VE HAD NINE VOLUNTEERS OUT, SEVERAL HAVE COME BACK SINCE THEN, AND WE HAD 14-VOLUNTEERS AVAILABLE ON FRIDAY TO HEAD OUT TO FLORIDA OR ELSEWHERE, HOWEVER, WITH POTENTIAL FLOODING IMPACT HERE, WE WILL HOLD THOSE VOLUNTEERS TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS.))
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The agency also advises families to develop their own emergency plan, if they haven't already.
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The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office says a nine year old boy accidently shot his two year old brother. Deputies responded to the call in the Alleghany section of the county around 7:30 last night. Upon arrival, they found the two year old boy with a single gunshot wound to the back. He was taken to Montgomery Regional Hospital and died a short time later. Authorities have not released the names of the family or the victim.

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The father of a four-year old boy who shot and killed himself last week was released on bond this morning.
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Half a dozen relatives attended a brief hearing in court this morning for 23-year old Isaiah Wiley. The man's four year old son found a loaded gun in his father's car Friday night. Asadi Wiley apparently picked it up and pulled the trigger.
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((I HAVE SPOKEN TO HIM A COUPLE OF TIMES OVER THE WEEKEND, AND HE IS DEVASTATED BY THIS TRAGIC LOSS OF LIFE. THIS IS HIS ONLY SON, FOUR YEARS OLD. OBVIOUSLY, ANY FATHER WOULD BE DEVASTATED, AND HE IS ABSOLUTELY DEVASTATED BY THIS.))
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Isaiah Wiley's supporters appeared to shun an obviously grief-stricken woman who approached the group after the hearing. The point of conflict is unclear. The woman told NEWS 7 she was there to support Isaiah, that she understands her son's death was an accident.
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A Wythe County father and his two sons face competency evaluations in connection with the death of their wife and mother.
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Elmer Crigger, and his sons Daniel and Donald, are charged with abuse and neglect of an incapicated adult, 65 year Esther Crigger. Police say her respirator was unplugged, her diaper was not changed, and family dogs had partially eaten her left arm to the bone when her body was found in early July. A judge today ordered mental competency exams for all three Criggers before the case proceeds any further.
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Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader has been waiting for weeks to find out if he would earn a spot on the state ballot.
Today he got his answer, but it was not the one he wanted.
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The State Board of Elections says Nader's campaign fell short of getting the required ten thousand certified signatures required on his qualifying petitions.
Election board secretary Jean Jensen says the board was only able to verify a little over 73 hundred signatures.
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Nader had submitted about 12-thousand-900 signatures.
A campaign spokesman says it will examine the results and see if signatures were improperly excluded.
The Election Board says Nader's campaign will have to go to court if they still want to try to get him on the ballot in Virginia.
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Coming up after the break, we'll see what happens when a pilot has to make an emergency landing.
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Also the violence has escalated in Baghdad. Thirty-six people are dead, including one American soldier.
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Two women who work for an Italian aid organization have been reported kidnapped in Baghdad.
Meanwhile, battles today in a Baghdad slum have killed dozens and injured hundreds more.
As Stacy Case, reports, the upswing in violence shows no sign of letting up anytime soon.
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PKG: LOCATOR; SADR CITY NAT: gunfire
TRACK: THEY ROAM THE STREETS ARMED FOR BATTLE... ONE THAT SEEMS TO HAVE NO END. TUESDAY IN THE BAGHDAD SLUM OF SADR CITY, INSURGENTS FIRED ON U-S FORCES. MORE THAN 20 IRAQIS WERE KILLED, ALONG WITH ONE U-S SOLDIER.
THE MEN BELONG TO THE MILITIA OF RADICAL CLERIC MUQTADA AL SADR.
NAT: yesterday.. marines killed
TRACK: IT'S BEEN A BLOODY FEW DAYS IN AND AROUND BAGHDAD. THE DEATH OF 7 MARINES MONDAY PUNCTUATED THE EVER INCREASING U-S DEATH TOLL WHICH IS QUICKLY NEARING THE 1,000 MARK.
JUST MONTHS AGO, THE MILITARY SAID SOLDIERS WERE THE TARGET OF ATTACKS AN AVERAGE OF 14 TIMES A DAY.
A NUMBER THAT'S NOW RISEN TO NEARLY 100 DAY.
NAT: baghdad gov assasination attempt
TRACK: BUT GUERILLAS AREN'T LIMITING THEIR ATTACKS TO THE U-S ALONE. TUESDAY, FIGHTERS ALSO TRIED TO KILL BAGHDAD'S GOVERNOR BY FIRING ON HIS CONVOY AND SETTING OFF A BOMB.
THE GOVERNOR SURVIVED ONE IN A RELENTLESS STRING OF ATTACKS AIMED AT ASSASSINATING SENIOR IRAQI OFFICIALS.
STAND UP CLOSE: STACY CASE/REPORTING ))

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It was an unusual Labor Day landing near San Diego--
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Seven people, including the pilot, were coming back from a trip to Mexico aboard the Piper Saratoga.
The pilot says rough weather may be to blame for causing issues with his landing gear.
He says the front landing gear wouldn't deploy fully.
That's when he decided to put the plane down on its belly.
The second landing attempt was a success and no one was injured.
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Former President Bill Clinton is recuperating from quadruple bypass surgery.
Doctors say Clinton is breathing on his own, and is doing well.
Scott Rapoport has the latest.
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Craig Smith/Clinton Surgeon; :09]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Allan Schwartz/Clinton Cardiologist; :16]
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(( pkge: THANKS TO A VERY TIMELY... AND POSSIBLY LIFE SAVING... QUADRUPLE HEART BYPASS OPERATION.....EVERYONE EXPECTS A FULL RECOVERY FOR BILL CLINTON.

SOT: DR. CRAIG SMITH/CLINTON SURGEON

"HE'S BEEN SPEAKING SINCE YESTERDAY."
DOCTORS SAY IT WAS SURGERY OR FACE THE CONSEQUENCES FOR THE FORMER PRESIDENT.

SOT: DR. ALLAN SCHWARTZ/CLINTON CARDIOLOGIST

"THERE WAS A SUBSTANTIAL LIKELIHOOD THAT HE WOULD HAVE HAD A SUBSTANTIAL HEART ATTACK IN THE NEAR FUTURE."
THAT'S BECAUSE SURGEONS FOUND EXTENSIVE BLOCKAGE, UP TO 90 PERCENT IN SOME BLOOD VESSELS DURING THE 4 HOUR OPERATION ON MONDAY. BUT EVEN WITH ALL THE CLOGGED ARTERIES....SURGEONS WERE ENCOURAGED TO FIND A STRONG HEART MUSCLE. THEY EXPECT THE FORMER PRESIDENT TO LEAVE THE HOSPITAL IN LESS THAN A WEEK

SOT: DR. JEFFREY GOLD/CARDIOLOGIST

"WHAT THE SURGEONS HAVE DONE FOR HIM IS THEY HAVE TURNED THE CLOCK BACK, THEY HAVEN'T STOPPED IT...AND HE WILL REDEVELOP OVER AGAIN IF HE DOESN'T WATCH HIS LIFESTYLE."
HEALTH EXPERTS CAUTION FOR NOW ON...MISTER CLINTON WILL NEED TO CURB HIS ALMOST LEGENDARY APPETITE FOR JUNK FOOD AND EVENTUALLY CONTINUE HIS EXERCISE REGIMENT TO KEEP HIS WEIGHT AND CHOLESTEROL DOWN.
AS FOR MISTER CLINTON'S PLANS TO CAMPAIGN FOR JOHN KERRY...DOCTORS SAY ITS NOT OUT OF THE QUESTION.

SOT: DR. CRAIG SMITH/CLINTON SURGEON

"WE ARE PREPARED TO INDIVIDUALIZE THIS RECOVERY TO A GREAT EXTENT. AFTER ALL THIS IS NOT THE AVERAGE PERSON IN RECOVERY."
(STANDUP CLOSE) IN A STATEMENT...HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON THANKED THE HOSPITAL STAFF FOR ALL THEIR EFFORTS AND SHE THANKED THE THOUSANDS OF WELL-WISHERS FOR THE THEIR CARDS, FLOWERS AND E-MAILS. SCOTT RAPOPORT, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.
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Southern California was the place to be for fitness bodybuilders...
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and not just those running for Governor. Coming up in a minute, we'll take a look at a summertime beach tradition dedicated to a bodybuilding icon.
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A summer tradition had men and women of all ages flexing their muscles in Southern California yesterday.
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The annual Muscle Beach Bodybuilding Championships showcased dozens of well- sculpted bodies.
And since there were no age requirements, contestants ranged from teenagers to a 71- year- old former women's champion.
This year's championships were also special, because they were dedicated to the late Joe Gold, the bodybuilding icon who founded Gold's Gym.
He tutored such champs as former Mr. Universe and current California governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 72 points. The NASDAQ has gained 17.

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Coming up after the break, if you want tickets to the next Tech football game, you had better hurry.
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And Tiger Woods loses his standing as the world's best golfer.
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Hurricane Frances postponed last night's Florida State and Miami game -- and it hit closer to home for Seminoles' coach Bobby Bowden.
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One of Bowden's grandsons and his former son-in-law were killed Sunday in Florida, when a utility truck restoring power after Hurricane Frances hit their car. The two were killed instantly in the crash that occurred on Interstate 10 in Quincy, Florida.
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In other conference notes, UVa will have to play the next four to six weeks without wide receiver Fontell Mines. The six- foot- four sophomore from Richmond broke his collarbone against Temple, and could miss up to two months. Mines caught his first pass as college player for a touchdown last year against North Carolina - this coming Saturday's opponent for the Cavaliers.
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Virginia Tech's home opener this Saturday against Western Michigan is right on the verge of being a complete sellout. Tech officials say they have less than two thousand tickets for the one o'clock kickoff. The game will NOT be televised.

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The Chase to Championship on the Nextel Cup circuit is rapidly reaching its end. This coming Saturday night's race in Richmond marks the final race before the top 10 drivers are set for the 10- race shootout.
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[SUPER=03-Fontana, CA/NASCAR Images; :00]

Sunday night Elliott Sadler locked up his spot in the Chase field by winning the Pop Secret 500 in California. Sadler is one of six drivers to have secured transfer spots before arriving in the state capital.
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Five drivers are within 56 points of the coveted 10th place spot. The seventh through fifteenth positions all changed hands during the race.
Jamie McMurray moved up four spots from fifteenth to eleventh.
Kevin Harvick took the biggest step back, moving from eighth to fifteenth, and Mark Martin and Casey Kahne stayed in the top 10.
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He hasn't been number one for a long time, but now Tiger Woods is no longer the number one player in the world.
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[SUPER=03-Norton, MA/Golf Channel; :00]

Yesterday Woods was tied with Vijay Singh with five holes to play in the Deutsche Bank Championship near Boston. Vijay recorded three birdies over the span of holes, while Tiger had a birdie and a bogey. With the win, Singh takes over the top spot in the world, and Tiger's five year streak as the number-one ranked golfer in the world is over after a record 264 weeks.
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Andre Agassi advanced yesterday--
But the match of the dayat the U.S. Open was on the women's side, as Lindsey Davenport won her 21st straight match with a straight sets victory over Venus Williams.
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The two super powers of women's tennis swapped power strokes for 13 minutes in the final game of the match that lasted 24 points. There were nine deuces.
Five break points for Venus, and five match points for Davenport. In the end, Davenport got the 7-5, 6-4 victory to get to the quarterfinals.
It was the pair's 25th meeting.
Davenport has now won 13 and Venus 12.
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A piece of London's history is rolling the streets again -- this time in Roanoke.
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Grand Home Furnishings' Valley View store debuted its new addition this Labor Day weekend -- a 1955 London double-decker bus. The bus ran the streets of London for about 30-years, before it was auctioned off to a man living in Wisconsin. When the bus went on sale again in 2001, the store managers immediately hopped on board.
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((ROBERT BENNETT/GRAND HOME FURNISHINGS: YEAH WE BOUGHT IT A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO AND HAD IT TRANSPORTED FROM WISCONSIN TO VA, AND THEN FOUND A COMPANY IN TOWN TO TOTALLY RENOVATE THE DRIVE TRAIN AND TRANSMISSION AND RESTORE THE BUS.))
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About 350-people took advantage of the free rides this weekend through the mall's parking lot. The store says it plans to offer more rides in the future.
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