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An Alleghany County couple is dead after an apparent murder-suicide in Covington.
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Just after 8 o-clock yesterday morning, Police received a report that a man was chasing a woman with a gun at the Stop-In Service Station on the corner of Route 18 and Madison Avenue. According to reports, the man- identified as 65-year-old Hubert Dressler, Sr.- chased his 58-year-old wife, Donna- from the gas station, across the street, in front of these homes.
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((J. B. BROUGHMAN, COVINGTON POLICE CHIEF: FOUND TWO-PEOPLE LYING ON THE GROUND- A WOMAN WITH MULTIPLE GUNSHOT WOUNDS AND ONE MAN WITH ONE SHOT THAT HE HAD RECEIVED.))
[SUPER=01-J. B. Broughman/Covington Police Chief;]
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[OUTQ=... he had received.]
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Both were taken to Alleghany Regional Hospital where Donna Dressler died.
Hubert Dressler was then flown to the UVA Medical Center where he died a few hours later. According to police, the murder-suicide stemmed from a fight between the couple.
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[PKG-Iraq]


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A bipartisan call is going out to the Bush administration to change its occupation policies in Iraq.
Senators from both parties say ``incompetence'' has kept the administration from putting money toward Iraq's reconstruction -- money that's already been appropriated by Congress.
Jennifer Donelan reports.
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[SUPER=03-Fallujah, Iraq; :34]
[SUPER=01-Iyad Allawi/Iraqi Interim Prime Minister; :54 quick]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Chuck Hagel/(R) Nebraska; 1:13]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Donelan/CBS News; 1:37]
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[OUT Q=Donelan, CBS News, Washington.]

((
THE CLOCK IS TICKING ON A MILITANT THREAT TO EXECUTE TWO AMERICANS AND A BRITISH HOSTAGE.
SOUND UP My name is Jack Hensley..
A GROUP LED BY JORDANIAN TERRORIST ABU MUSAB AL-ZARQAWI.. VOWED TO BEHEAD THESE THREE MEN.. UNLESS IRAQI WOMEN WERE RELEASED FROM TWO PRISONS BY TODAY. THE U-S MILITARY SAYS ITS NOT HOLDING ANY WOMEN IN THOSE JAILS.
A RASH OF RECENT KIDNAPPINGS.. HAS ALREADY LED TO THE DEATHS OF THREE KURDISH HOSTAGES. and YET ANOTHER MILITANT GROUP IS THREATENING THE LIVES OF 18 IRAQI NATIONAL GUARDSMEN.

(NAT- fallujah)

U-S WARPLANES HAVE BEEN POUNDING TARGETS IN FALLUJAH.. TAKING AIM AT AL-ZARQAWI MILITANT STRONGHOLDS.
THE RAGING INSURGENCY ACROSS IRAQ CLAIMED MORE THAN 300 LIVES THIS PAST WEEK. DESPITE THE VIOLENCE IRAQS INTERIM PRIME MINISTER INSISTS NATIONAL ELECTIONS SLATED FOR JANUARY ARE STILL ON TRACK.

ALLAWI SOT: 14:36:09 We are adamant that democracy is going to prevail,

it is going to win in Iraq and this is where terrorists are trying to hurt us and to undermine us.
INTERIM PRIME MINISTER AYAD ALLAWI HEADS TO THE U-S LATER THIS WEEK TO ADDRESS THE U-N AND TO MEET WITH PRESIDENT BUSH.
SENATORS FROM BOTH PARTIES ARE URGING THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION TO FACE REALITY AND RETHINK U-S POLICY IN IRAQ.

HAGEL SOT: sharp analysis of our policies are required. We didnt do

that in Vietnam.. and we saw 11 years of casualties mount to the point where we finally lost.
REPUBLICAN SENATOR RICHARD LUGAR CHARGED THE ADMINISTRATION WITH INCOMPETENCE IN RECONSTRUCTING IRAQS INFRASTRUCTURE AND SENATOR JOHN MCCAIN ARGUED THE U-S MAY NEED MORE BOOTS ON THE GROUND TO GET THE SITUATION UNDER CONTROL.
STAND-UP CLOSE: IN THE FACE A FRESH WAVE OF CRITICISM.. PRESIDENT BUSH WILL USE A SPEECH TODAY TO DEFEND HIS IRAQ POLICY AND LAUNCH A SHARP ATTACK ON HIS RIVALS POSITION. JOHN KERRY PLANS HIS OWN SPEECH TODAY.. LAYING OUT HIS IDEAS FOR CLEANING UP IRAQ. JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON. ))

[Airport-Security]


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Get ready for tighter security check at airports across the country.
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Starting today, the transportation security administration will require all passengers to take off their jackets before passing through metal detectors.
More people will also face pat- down searches and checks for explosives on them and their carry- on luggage.
The new measures are due in part to recommendations from the 9- 11 commission.
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[11Pride-Park]


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Hundreds of people took part in the 15th annual Pride in the Park Festival in Roanoke.
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((MUSIC: I WILL GO DOWN WITH THIS SHIP.))
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Organizers moved the event to Elmwood Park this year to accomodate the festival's growth.
Festival- goers enjoyed entertainment from mucisians, poets and comedians. This year, an AIDS quilt was put on display to remember those from the Roanoke Valley who've died from the disease.
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[SOT 15:53:02]
[IN Q=And so we got the]

((CHARLES RICHARDS/FESTIVAL ORGANIZER: AND SO WE GOT THE PANEL HERE THIS YEAR JUST AS OUR WAY OF REMEMBERING THEM AND SENDING OUT A WAY FOR PEOPLE - WE HAVE A LITTLE BOARD FOR THEM TO SIGN SO THAT PEOPLE CAN STILL EXPRESS THEIR FEELINGS ABOUT AIDS AND HIV BECAUSE IT'S STILL SUCH A GREAT PRESENCE, NOT ONLY IN THE GAY AND LESBIAN COMMUNITY BUT IN THE COMMUNITY AS A WHOLE.))
[SUPER=01-Charles Richards/Festival Organizer;]
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Richards says Pride in the Park is an opportunity for the gay and lesbian community -- to fellowship with the greater Roanoke community.
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[Marketwatch]


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In business news, Several key economic reports will be released this week. Jean Lee has that story and more in this morning's Marketwatch.
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((A mix of earnings news and economic reports awaits investors once the new trading week kicks off. Wall Street will be keeping a wary eye on oil prices, and also bracing for the possibility of earnings pre-announcements.


The Dow closed on Friday with a gain of nearly 40-points,
While the Nasdaq added 6.


Economic reports will include numbers on housing starts, weekly jobless claims, and the August report on orders for durable goods.


Wall Street firms will lead the earnings parade. Bear Stearns (BSC), Goldman Sachs (GS) Lehman Brothers, (LEH) and Morgan Stanley (MWD) are all scheduled to report on their latest results. The third quarter is not expected to turn out any record results for banking companies. Compared to the second quarter, equity underwriting dropped nearly 24-percent, while debt underwriting is off 13 percent.


And the government could be a step closer, to offering cash rewards, for people who help track down e-mail spammers. The Federal Trade Commission has made a recommendation to Congress, that if a bounty system were to be set up, it should reward whistle-blowers inside or close to spam operations, since THEY could provide details on how the business is run, which could lead to those operations being shut down.


Track all the latest earnings results at our website, CBS.MW.com
In NY, I'm JL.))

(tape tosses to stocks)

[STOCKS] [WOOD ROGERS SPONSOR BOARD 5185 ESSC] [COMM]


[Ivan]


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While the tough task of clean-up continues for residents in Florida and Alabama, Ivan's still causing trouble in the northeast.
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Over the weekend, the storm forced new evacuations in five states as rivers and streams spilled over their banks.
Ivan's now blamed for at least 52 deaths in the U-S.
Yesterday, President Bush toured some of the destruction along the gulf coast.
Democrat John Kerry is expected to visit the area later this week.
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[VOB-Emmys]


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It was a winning night for H-B-O at the 56th annual Emmy Awards--
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The H-B-O mini- series, "Angels in America" soared above the competition with seven trophies--including acting awards for Al Pacino and Meryl Streep.
"The Sopranos" won for Best Drama series.
"Sex and the City" has ended, with Sarah Jessica Parker winning Best Actress in a Comedy.
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Other big winners included Frasier's Kelsey Grammer, who won for Best Actor in a Comedy.
Top drama awards went to Allison Kanney of ``The West Wing'' and James Spader of` "The Practice.''
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[11Wine-Benefit]


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The Taste of the Blue Ridge *Blues and Jazz* festival featured some hot music -- and smooth drinks this weekend.
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And one of the vendors is bottling wine for a good cause.
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[SOT 16:32:00]
[IN Q=My boss Alex lost his mother]

((GEORGE WINKLER: MY BOSS ALEX LOST HIS MOTHER TO CANCER FIVE YEARS AGO AND IN ORDER TO GENERATE MONEY TO DONATE IN HER NAME TO WOMEN'S CANCER RELATED CHARITIES HE WOULD DEVELOP A BRAND - WE CALL IT BIG TATTOO RED AND WHY THE TATTOO - HIS BROTHER IS A TATTOO ARTIST. AND SO THEY COMBINED THEIR TALENTS - ALEX BLENDED THE WINE AND HIS BROTHER DESIGNED THE LABEL.))
[SUPER=01-George Winkler/Billington Imports State Manager;]
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50- cents from each bottle of wine sold will go toward women's cancer-related charities. In Virginia -- proceeds benefit the "National Breast Cancer Foundation" and the "Capitol Area Hospice." So far more than 300- thousand dollars has been donated to those charities.
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[COMM][11RAM-House]


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A Roanoke charity is celebrating the completion of its new and improved look.
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Roanoke Area Ministries dedicated the last part of its four year renovation project yesterday. The *Campbell Avenue* house provides daytime shelter for the homeless, provides financial aid to needy families and job counseling services to more than 400- people each year. Yesterday, the shelter was renamed for Bishop Walter F. Sullivan for his support over the past 20 plus years. When renovations began in 2001, board members estimated the cost at 750- thousand dollars.
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((ERIC NASCHOLD, JR.: WE RAISED 350,000 DOLLARS IN CASH. WE HAD OVER 2,000 HOURS IN VOLUNTEER LABOR. WE HAD MANY IN KIND GIFTS AND REDUCED PRICES FROM CONTRACTORS AND WE WERE ABLE TO COMPLETE THE ENTIRE CONSTRUCTION FOR THE 350,000 DOLLARS AND RAM HAS NO BUILDING DEBT.))
[SUPER=01-Eric Naschold, Jr./Volunteer Coordinator;]
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[OUT Q=has no building debt]
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Naschold (Nas-hold) says he's overwhelmed by the community's generosity.
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[Danville-Robbery]


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Danville police are looking for two men who robbed the Fas Mart on Goodyear Boulevard Saturday night. The clerk told police that two man came into the store, displayed a handgun and demanded money from the register. The employee gave the man with the gun an undisclosed amount of cash. The same man then demanded money from the lottery machine.
When the clerk could not open it, the man pointed the gun at the machine and pulled the trigger two times. When the gun wouldn't fire, both men fled the store on foot. (+++++++++++++++) [Take Danville Crimestoppers FS e530] Anyone with information is asked to call Danville Crimestoppers at (434) 793-0000. (+++++++++++++++)