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Today on News 7 at 5, Islamic terrorists say they have murdered another American hostage.
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Plus President Bush gets a cool reception at the U-N as he defends his stance on the war in Iraq.
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We keep a good thing rolling with this forecast. All the fall-like details in a moment.

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A college student in our area has died from an apparently overdose of alcohol.
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A worker at a Henry County factory is credited with a timely warning for his co-workers.
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Plus a criminal learns when it's not a good idea to smile for the camera. News 7 at 5 is next.
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A Virginia Tech student dies from aparent alcohol poisoning.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
It is the first such death at Virginia Tech in more than eight years.
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Police say friends found 23- year old Thomas Ryan Hauser (Houser) dead in an apartment building on Sunday morning. Investigators say Hauser and friends were out drinking on Saturday from 9 at night until 2 in the morning. Friends carried Hauser home and set him on the floor on his side.
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((Bill Brown: THEY WENT ON AND RETIRED AROUND 4:30 AM ON THE 19TH AND WHEN THEY WORK UP AT8:30 THEY WENT TO CHECK ON HIM AND FOUND THAT HE WAS NOT BREATHING.))
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Hauser was pronounced dead at the scene. He was a junior, engineering major at the university.
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His body had been taken to the medical examiner for an autopsy. The last time a student died from overdosing on alcohol was in 1996 at Radford Univeristy. Coming up tonight at 6:00 we'll have more on this story including reaction from the university.

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An Islamic web site says another American hostage has been murdered in Iraq.
A name has not been provided, by the only known American hostage is Jack Hensley.
Hensley's family has not commented.
Aleen Sirgany has the latest from the nation's capital.
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((ANOTHER AMERICAN HAS BEEN EXECUTED BY HIS KIDNAPPERS. ...THIS ACCORDING TO A POSTING ON AN ISLAMIC WEB SITE. THE ANNOUNCEMENT CAME AS THE GROUP'S 24 HOURS DEADLINE FOR MEETING IT'S DEMANDS RAN OUT. THE NAME OF THE VICTIM HAS NOT BEEN PROVIDED. AND THE REPORT HAS NOT BEEN CONFIRMED BY THE U.S
THE KIDNAPPERS ARE DEMANDING THE US. RELEASE ALL MUSLIM WOMEN FROM AMERICAN PRISONS IN IRAQ...AND
THE US. HAS SAID REPEATEDLY - IT WILL NOT NEGOTIATE WITH TERRORISTS.

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IF THE REPORT OF THE U.S. KILLING IS CONFIRMED....IT APPEARS THAT THE ONLY SURVIVING HOSTAGE....OF THE THREE TAKEN LAST WEEK....IS A BRIT. ...KEN BIGLEY...A 62 YEAR OLD ENGINEER.

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HIS FAMILY -- OVERWHELMED WITH DESPERATION -- KNOWING ALL THEY CAN DO, IS WAIT.

(SOT) PHILIP BIGLEY/ BROTHER OF BRITISH HOSTAGE


"We feel absolutely helpless, we do not have the power to save Ken's life."

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THE CIA BELIEVES AL QAEDA ALLY ABU MUSAB AL ZARQAWI IS THE VOICE HEARD ON THE TAPE OF ARMSTRONG'S EXECUTION. THE BLINDFOLDED MICHIGAN CONTRACTOR ROCKED IN TERROR.... AS ZARQAWI READ A STATEMENT -- AND THEN PURPORTEDLY PERFORMED THE BEHEADING HIMSELF.
PRESIDENT BUSH SPARED NO WORDS TODAY.....CONDEMMING THE BRUTALITY ..AS HE MET WITH IRAQ'S INTERIM PRIME-MINISTER IN N.Y.

SOT - "These killers wanna shake our will - they wanna determine the

fate of the Iraqi people...we will not allow these thugs and terrorists to decide your fate and decide our fate.

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BUT KIDNAPPINGS ARE HAVING EFFECT.....DIFFICULT TO GET FOREIGN WORKERS.. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS.. WASHINGTON.))

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President Bush is trying to convince the United Nations that his policies in Iraq and Afghanistan have made the world a safer place.
Drew Levinson has more on today's speech from the U-N in New York.
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((STANDING BEFORE - THE UN... AND IT'S MEMBERS WHO OPPOSED THE U-S INVASION OF IRAQ...PRESIDENT BUSH MADE NO APOLOGIES FOR TAKING OUT SADDAM HUSSEIN. PRESIDENT BUSH: WHEN WE SAY SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES FOR THE SAKE OF PEACE, THERE MUST BE SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES. AND MISTER BUSH URGED MEMBER NATIONS TO CONTINUE THEIR FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM...TELLING THEM NOT TO TURN AWAY FROM THE STRUGGLES AND OPPRESSION OF OTHERS. BUSH ".......... AND EVERY NATION THAT SEEKS PEACE HAS AN OBLIGATION TO HELP BUILD THAT WORLD.
DREW LEVINSON/CBS NEWS: JUST SIX WEEKS BEFORE ELECTION DAY....THE PRESIDENT'S WORDS WERE ALSO AIMED AT U.S VOTERS.....TRYING TO CONVINCE THEM - THE WORLD IS A SAFER PLACE THANKS TO HIS POLICIES.
ONE PERSON WHO MIGHT DISAGREE IS U-N SECRETARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN. THEY WERE ALL SMILES THIS MORNING , BUT RECENTLY THE SECRETARY GENERAL CALLED THE IRAQ WAR ILLEGAL. AND IN HIS OWN SPEECH TODAY...ANNAN MENTIONED THE ABUSE OF INMATES IN THE NOTORIOUS ABU GHRAIB PRISON.
MISTER BUSH ALSO SPENT TIME ON HUMANITARIAN ISSUES...ASKING FOR HELP IN ENDING THE BLOODY CONFLICT IN THE SUDAN AND FIGHTING AIDS IN AFRICA. WHEN THE PRESIDENT WAS DONE...HE DREW APPLAUSE...IT WAS THE FIRST TIME THAT HAPPENED DURING THE 24 MINUTE SPEECH.
DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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It's being called the hardest hit area in the Commonwealth- after last Friday's tornado ripped through the Henry County area causing millions dollars in damage. Much of the damage occurred at CP-Films in Fieldale, but no deaths or injuries were reported there. The National Weather Service says that's inpart to an employee who had his eyes to the skies. Susan Bahorich has his story.
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(( [NATS@12:24:27.01] ((THIS LOOKED LIKE A BIG WALL OF DEBRIS COMING AT US...))
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Friday was a regular day at CPFilms for Kevin Potter- until warnings a tornado was headed his way.

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((KEVIN POTTER, TORNADO WITNESS: I WENT BACK IN STARTED WORKING FOR A FEW MINUTES WHEN I HEARD A FUNNY NOISE SOUNDED LIKE WIND WHIRLING TO ME. I WENT AND OPENED THE DOOR OF THE SIDE BUILDING - THE WIND PULLED FROM ME AND PULLED IT OPEN. THEN I SAW THE TORNADO COMING OVER THE GUARDHOUSE AND HITTING THE GUARDHOUSE AT THAT TIME.))
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Potter was able to alert about a dozen of his co-workers and they huddled in a kitchen area until the storm passed.
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On the other side of the building - Keith Clark was going about his day when the storm touched down..

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((KEITH CLARK, CPFILMS EMPLOYEE: THE ROOF WAS LIFTED OFF OVER OUR HEADS AND ALL OF A SUDDEN WE STARTED GETTING REALLY WET FROM THE RAIN.))
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((SUSAN BAHORICH, REPORTING: COINCIDENTALLY, CPFILMS HAS A DIFFERENT SAFETY MESSAGE EACH MONTH, FOR SEPTEMBER IT WAS HURRICANE AND TORNADO PREPAREDNESS.))
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((RALPH SINK, CPFILMS, INC.: I DON'T THINK THAT'S WHAT SAVED THE PEOPLE. I THINK QUICK REACTION AND TAKING CARE OF EACH OTHER DID IT, ALONG WITH THE INSTINCTIVE DECISION TO GO TO THE INNER WALLS INSIDE.))
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And, that common sense officials say- saved lives. SB, News7, Henry Co. ))

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Up next on the newscast, jurors hear opening statements in the trial of the former president of the D-Day Memorial.


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Also Martha Stewart finds out if a judge will let her go to prison early.
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Round Two of the U-S government versus Richard Burrow is underway in Charlottesville's federal court.
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Prosecutors are trying to prove the former director of the National D-Day Memorial defrauded banks and donors while raising funds for the Bedford landmark.
Burrow's first trial ended in a hung jury in 2002 ... a one-man, thirteen-woman panel is hearing evidence in the new case.
In opening statements today, the government claimed Burrow's deception helped plunge the D-Day Foundation five million dollars in debt.
Burrow's attorneys say all his actions were legal and approved by the Foundation's attorney.
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Martha Stewart will soon be off to prison.
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A judge lifted the stay on her sentence today ordering an early date for her to report to prison.
Stewart had made the request, saying she wanted to get the five month sentence over with and get on with her life.
Stewart has been ordered to report to prison by October 8th- that would mean whe would be out by early March.
By afternoon, shares of Martha Stewart living had risen by about 9 percent.
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This fall Radford University had to turn down half of the students who applied to its School of Nursing, because it didn't have enough professors to teach the classes.
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As Health Check Report Joy Sutton tells -- officials are hoping to change that for next fall.
Joy what are they planning to do?
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Jean,
They plan to hire seven new faculty members. But officials say that's either said than done.
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That's why the School of Nursing is starting it's recruitment process now --hoping to lure candidates as soon as possible.
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(( Professor Iris Mullins is a hot commodity these days -- that's because many schools like Radford University, need more faculty to meet the growing number of nursing students.
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((THAT IS A HUGE CHALLENGE BECAUSE WE HAVE A NATIONAL NURSING FACULTY SHORTAGE AND EVERYBODY IS OUT LOOKING FOR QUALITY FACULTY TO TEACH IN THEIR PROGRAMS. THAT'S PROBLEM THE NUMBER ONE INHIBITING FACTOR FOR EXPANDING NURSING ENROLLMENTS EVERYWHERE))
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The problem is convincing nurses to work in the academic world when they can get higher salaries elsewhere.
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(( THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO WOULD LIKE TO TEACH BUT THEY ALSO WANT TO MAKE A NICE INCOME TO SUPPORT THEIR FAMILIES 36 SO WE'RE IN KIND OF CATCH 22 -- HERE 39 I REALLY THINK THERE SHOULD BE A MOVEMENT ABROAD TO INCREASE FACULTY SALARIES THAT CAN DRAW PEOPLE INTO THE UNIVERSITY ))
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Officials say nursing programs need to expand to address a growing nurses shortage --that's only expected to get worse.
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((I THINK THE BOTTOM LINE IS IF THINGS DON'T CHANGE THE NURSING SHORTAGE IN VIRGINIA LONE WILL SHORT ABOUT 23-THOUSAND PEOPLE BY THE YEAR 2020. 23-THOUSAND NURSES TO CARE OF YOU AND ME))
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Radford's School of Nursing currently has 21 full-time faculty --they hope to add seven more before next fall. ))
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Radford's School of Nursing currently has 21 full-time faculty --they hope to add seven more before next fall.
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Jean, Anyone interested in applying should contact the school of nursing. You must have at least a master's degree in nursing.

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Coming up next on the newscast,
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[VO] a criminal in Washington state could learn a lesson the hard way. If you steal a security camera, you may not want to pose for it first.
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A robber strikes in the dead of night.. hoping no one would see him.
Only problem for the robber is.. he left behind a pretty big clue.
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That's a crystal clear picture of the man staring right into the lens of a surveillance camera.
The man stole two cameras from a cafe stand in Washington state.
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The next morning the stand's owner checked the tape and came to a simple conclusion.
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((THE GUY'S A MORON. I GOT IT UP PULLED IT UP AND CALLED POLICE. THE POLICE CAME OUT SAID HE WASN'T VERY BRIGHT EITHER.))
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The suspect did get away with two cameras worth about 12 hundred dollars each.
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Coming up today in Sports, the Virginia Tech Hokies are glad to have an offensive weapon back in the lineup.
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Then a little later... we'll meet a little bit of dog. His bark would have to be worse than his bite.
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Mill Mountain Zoo has found a new curator and he looks a lot like the old one.
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Dave Wood recently returned to the position after leaving last month to take a similar job at Virginia Safari Park. His wife, Laurie left her job with Roanoke City to join him at the Natural Bridge attraction. Now, just weeks later, Wood says both have stopped working for the park. Wood had held the top position at Mill Mountain for more than four years when he left. He reclaimed the job last Friday. Wood says his short stay at the Safari Park just didn't work out.
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Good afternoon everybody.
The Hokies are 8 point favorites to beat N.C. State this Saturday at Lane Stadium. And Mike Stevens says Tech will have one of its offensive weapons back in the fold as it takes on the nation's top ranked defense.
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After a 3 and OH start UVa head coach Al Groh has been handing out some praise to his 12th ranked Cavaliers.
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Some of his props went to defensive tackle Chris Canty this week. Canty is averaging nearly 8 tackles a game and has registered six tackles for loss.
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Despite playing in a linebacker driven defense, Canty leads UVa in tackles and tackles for loss and according to Groh, who spent well over a decade coaching in the NFL, his defensive end has a bright future at the next level.
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One basketball note. The Utah Jazz will retire John Stockton's number 12 jersey this November
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after a spectacular 19 year career with the team. The point guard retired after the 2002-2003 season. He averaged a double double for his career, scoring 13. 1 points while dishing out 10.5 asissts per game. He also averaged only 2.82 turnovers a contest.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six more from Blacksburg and words from N.C. State head coach Chuck Amato.

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Investors put their money into the stock markets today following some reassuring news from the Federal Reserve.
Marcella Palmer has more from New York.
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She may be small, but a little dog is fast becoming Slovakia's biggest celebrity.
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Danka is a long haired Chihuahua and she has been officially confirmed as the world's smallest dog by the Guiness Book of World Records.
Danka is just under seven and a-half inches long and only weighs 27 ounces.
She eats just two and a half ounces of food a day.
She's not too fond of sunshine, and her favorite pasttime is napping on the sofa.
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