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This time it's Jeanne. Another tropical storm heads north, and that's brought out new flood watches.
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And a woman killed last Friday had taken out a protective order against the man charged with killing her.
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Periods of heavy rain and gusty winds will mark the arrival of Jeanne in our area by tomorrow morning.

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Bush and Kerry prepare for the first debate.
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On Healthcheck, a new way to treat epilepsy, and so far, so good.
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And Jay Leno will leave the tonight show, but there's no rush. News 7 at 5 is next. [Open]
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Jeanne leaves behind flooding- in Georgia...
Snapping trees in two-
and leaving many travelers stranded at the Atlanta airport today after dozens of flights were cancelled.
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What's left of Jeanne is moving north- Today the storm spawned a tornado in South Carolina injuring five people- one seriously.
It's also brought rain to this region- Let's head to meteorologist Robin Reed- any threat of flooding?[Robin-Tease]


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Florida was once again hit hard - Aleen Sirgany is there where people are standing in line for food, water and ice.
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(( THE DESTRUCTION IS SPREAD FAR AND WIDE. HURRICANE JEANNE WRECKED HAVOCK ...FROM THE BARRIER ISLANDS ALONG THE ATLANTIC COAST TO POINTS WELL INLAND.
RAY LADD/STORM VICTIM "WE'RE FORTUNATE THAT WE ONLY LOST THE ROOF." SOME WERE NOT SO LUCKY. AFTER CUTTING ACROSS FLORIDA AND PLOWING NORTH, JEANNE HAS LEFT AT LEAST SIX PEOPLE DEAD. NEARLY 3 MILLION RESIDENTS ARE WITHOUT POWER...THOUSANDS OF BUSINESSES AND HOMES ARE IN RUINS.
DOTTIE DAWSON/STORM VICTIM "I THINK IT WAS A TORNADO THAT BLEW THE WINDOWS OUT, WE GRABBED THE BED AND PUT IT AGAINST THE WINDOWS TO KEEP EVERYTHING FROM BEING SUCKED OUT."
SIRGANY: LIVES SCATTERED, HOPING FOR HELP BUT IT MIGHT NOT HAPPEN ANYTIME SOON. BUT OFFICIALS ARE DOING ALL THEY CAN...RESPONDING WITH THE LARGEST FEDERAL RELIEF EFFORT IN IT'S HISTORY. A MAJOR PORTION OF THE STATE HAS BEEN DECLARED A DISASTER AREA AND THOUSANDS OF NATIONAL GUARDSMEN ARE ON DUTY.
WHILE HELP MAY BE ON THE WAY FOR AT LEAST SOME RESIDENTS, OTHERS HAVE ALREADY STARTED TO FEND FOR THEMSELVES. THE SHELVES OF THIS SUPERMARKET WERE NEARLY BARE, BUT PEOPLE WERE SNAPPING UP WHATEVER WAS AVAILABLE.
PAT SCHNEIDER/SHOPPER "ICE SNACKS FOR THE KIDS, WATER OF COURSE...THAT'S ABOUT ALL THEY'VE GOT IN THERE."
THE STORM HAS WEAKENED CONSIDERABLY, BUT COUNTIES ALONG THE FLORIDA/GEORGIA BORDER ARE TAKING THEIR SHARE OF THE DAMAGE. MUCH OF SOUTHERN GEORGIA REMAINS UNDER A TORNADO WATCH WHILE FURTHER UP THE COAST, PARTS OF SOUTH CAROLINA ARE BRACING FOR FLOOD WATERS. Aleen Sirgany, CBS News, Florida.))

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A Henry County woman murdered last Friday had filed a protective order against the man now charged with killing her.
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The Sheriff's Office says 38-year-old "Delphine" Magee had filed the order against ' 36-year-old John Draper on September 14th.
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Just four days later, she contacted the sheriff's office when Draper allegedly showed up at her door.
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((MAJ. KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE: OUR OFFICERS HAD ANSWERED CALLS WHERE MRS. MAGEE HAD SOME ISSUES AND COMPLAINTS AND SOME PROBLEMS RELATED TO HIM. WE'VE HAD SOME CONTACT WITH HER AND I THINK THAT'S WHAT LEAD TO THESE CHARGES.))
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Then last Friday, Draper allegedly raped Magee's neighbor and used that woman's daughter to force his way into Magee's home before stabbing her several times. He was arraigned this morning on first degree murder, rape, robbery and abduction charges. Draper is back in court October 29th.
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The Roanoke man who killed his fianc´┐Ż and three of her children last year has been convicted of capital murder.
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What was set for a 2-week jury trial, boiled down to a one-hour "no contest" plea this morning. Even as 31-year old Clinton Brathwaite accepted an agreement that means he'll never get out of the penitentiary, he was still fuming about the story that he tried to have one of the witnesses killed. Once Brathwaite's pleas were accepted, the prosecutor acknowledged the contract hit was nothing more than a rumor from other inmates.
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((BEYOND THOSE THREE INMATES, ALL WITH SOMETHING TO GAIN, WE HAVE NOT HAD ANY OTHER INDICATION THAT MR. BRATHWAITE HAS BEEN TRYING TO ARRANGE TO HAVE KIERRA HARMED.))
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Kierra Arrington was not in court to see Brathwaite sentenced to five life terms plus 23 years for his attempt on her life and the death of her mother and three siblings.
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Prosectors continued to present their case today against Richard Burrow, the former director of the D-Day National Memorial.
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Steve Smallshaw is in Charlottesville with today's news from the courtroom.
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A hate crime is under investigation at Virginia Tech.
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Sometime Saturday night someone wrote racial slurs on the door of the N-double-A-C-P office at Squires Student Center.
They also smeared a substance believed to be mud on the window. The vandalism was discovered early Sunday morning and was cleaned up before police could arrive. Anyone who saw anything suspicious over the weekend at Squires is asked to call Tech Police.
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It's getting down to crunch time in the race for president. Still ahead, Bush and Kerry prepare for the first debate.

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And on Healthcheck, an experimental treatment offers new hope for people with epilepsy.
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[MINI-OPEN] This is a make-or-break week in the race for the White House, as George Bush and Johny Kerry prepare for first presidential debate Thursday in Florida. The theme for this debate is foreign policy, and as Stacy Case reports, it's a theme we'll probably hear all week.
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((NAT: as you can tell, I'm ready to go! TRACK: PRESIDENT BUSH CAME OUT SWINGING AT A CAMPAIGN STOP IN THE BATTLEGROUND STATE OF OHIO MONDAY. AFTER A WEEKEND OF DEBATE
PREPARATION AT HIS RANCH IN TEXAS----- THE PRESIDENT WORKED IN A JAB AS

HE ALSO WORKED TO SELL HIMSELF TO CRUCIAL OHIOANS.

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this week, debating my opponent - it's been tough to prepare cause he keeps changing positions in the war on terror
TRACK: AHEAD OF THURSDAY'S FIRST PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE ON FOREIGN POLICY MATTERS, THE BUSH CAMP TOOK THE FIRST SWING, UNVEILING A NEW TV AD. IT FOCUSES ON JOHN KERRY'S VARIOUS STATEMENTS ON THE IRAQ WAR.
FONT: POLITICAL TV COMMERCIAL
NAT: campaign ad--- "the winning of the war was brilliant" "it's the

wrong war, in the wrong place, at the wrong time"
TRACK: AS THE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE WORKS HARD TO RESHAPE AND
CLARIFY HIS STANCE ON IRAQ--- PRESIDENT BUSH'S ADVISERS ACKNOWLEDGE

KERRY IS A SKILLED DEBATER.
SUPER: SEN JOHN KERRY/DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE 11:27:41 the mission was not accomplished when he said it, he didn't know it or understand it, it's not accomplished today
(EDIT ) i will fight a more effective war on terror that actually

makes america safer
TRACK: KERRY, FOR HIS PART, IS SPENDING THE WEEK IN THE SWING STATE OF
WISCONSIN, TRADING APPEARANCES FOR LOTS OF CLOSED DOOR DEBATE DRILLS---

AND THERE'S A REASON.
SUPER: ALLAN LICHTMAN/PRESIDENTIAL HISTORIAN-AMERICAN UNIVERSITY "I think Kerry realizes this is his last chance to make his mark
STAND UP CLOSE; STACY CASE/REPORTING AND KERRY WILL TRY TO DO THAT BY FOCUSING ON PRESIDENT BUSH'S IRAQ RECORD AS A DIVERSION FROM FIGHTING TERROR. PRESIDENT BUSH WILL MAKE THE CASE THAT IRAQ IS A CENTRAL PART OF THE OVERALL WAR ON TERROR. AND BOTH CANDIDATES WILL TRY TO TURN THEIR PERFORMANCE THURSDAY INTO VOTES THIS NOVEMBER. STACY CASE CBS NEWS WASHINGTON.))




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On Healthcheck tonight, a person with epilepsy must always be on guard, wondering when the next seizure is going to hit. Medication can correct the problem but doesn't always work, and brain surgery has its risks. But now there is a new experimental treatment that is showing promise. Doctor Sean Kenniff has the story.
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(((nats)(Los Angeles, CA) 17-YEARS-AGO JAVIER RIZO STARTED HAVING SEIZURES. HE DIDN'T HAVE VIOLENT MOVEMENTS... INSTEAD
HIS BODY WOULD SUDDENLY FREEZE FOR AROUND ONE MINUTE AT A TIME. (SOT-Javier Rizo/Suffered from Seizures) "my seizures

were 90 percent like this where I would just look at someone and stare." JAVIER SUFFERED FROM TEMPORAL LOBE EPILEPSY.... CAUSED BY SCAR TISSUE IN THE BRAIN. HE COULDN'T DRIVE AND WAS DISTRACTED AT WORK.... WORRIED A SEIZURE COULD HAPPEN AT ANY TIME. MEDICATION COULD CONTROL THE PROBLEM BUT ONLY FOR A WHILE... BECAUSE HIS BODY KEPT BUILDING UP A TOLERAN
CE TO THE DRUGS. (SOT-Javier Rizo/Suffered from Seizures) "at that time I was looking for something different besides

medication." (STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS) JAVIER COULD TRY A LOBECTOMY - WHERE SURGEONS CUT OPEN THE SKULL, GO IN THE BRAIN AND TAKE OUT THE PROBLEM AREA. INSTEAD HE WAS ABLE TO SKIP SURGERY AND TRY AN EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE NOT YET AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC. (nats) THIS MACHINE IS CALLED GAMMA KNIFE.... BUT NEVER MAKES A CUT. IT USES MULTIPLE BEAMS OF CONCENTRATED RADIATION TO DESTROY THE PROBLEM AREA. IT WAS ORIGINALLY USED TO FIGHT BRAIN TUMORS.... BUT NOW NEUROLOGISTS, LIKE U-S-C'S CHRISTI HECK, ARE PART OF A CLINICAL TRIAL TO SEE IF THE PROCEDURE IS AS EFFECTIVE AND SAFE AS T
HE TRADITIONAL LOBECTOMY. (SOT-Dr. Christi Heck/Univ. of Southern California) "it is essentially about the same amount

of radiation that one would receive if one were to undergo a cat scan of the brain." JAVIER HAS BEEN SEIZURE FREE SIN
CE UNDERGOING THE GAMMA KNIFE LAST SPRING. (SOT-Javier Rizo/Suffered from Seizures) "I'm able to sleep more calmly, at

work I can concentrate a lot better and I don't get nervous." AND HE'S ABLE TO DRIVE AGAIN... BEHIND THE WHEEL AND ONCE AGAIN IN CONTROL OF HIS BODY. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS. ))




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Jay Leno will leave the "Tonight" show, but not any time soon. Still ahead, who will succeed him, and when.
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And heading north on 81? Or how about Afton Mountain. You can now take a look at conditions before you leave home.
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If you're heading toward Winchester or Charlottesville on the Interstates, VDOT now has four test cameras set up to let you look at conditions on 81 and 64.
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[NO SUPER] They're on the agency's web site. The cameras take a look at weather and traffic conditions on 81 between Harrisonburg and Winchester, and along 64 at the top of Afton Mountain. A look earlier today showed traffic and weather were both fine on 81 near New Market, but drivers on 64 would encounter very foggy conditions at the Afton Mountain summit.
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[Take WDBJ Web FS] If you would like to look at the V-DOT camera site, there is a link on our home page at wdbj7-dot-com. Look for Web Sites in the News.
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Tech announces two more kickoff times. Just ahead, Mike Stevens has our Two-Minute Ticker.
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And trading paint -- on the water. It sends a title hope crashing along with the boat.
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Powerboat champion Guido Cappellini saw his top ranking end in spectacular fashion over the weekend.
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His Formula One boat flipped twice in the air as he collided with another powerboat before both craft crashed into the water in Malaysia. The boats were traveling at roughly 120 miles per hour at the time. We should add that he was not hurt.
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Good afternoon folks. The Virginia football team is off until Friday when it returns to practice to begin preparing for their date with Clemson a week from this Thursday. Steve Mason has more on the national championship Orange Bowl committee's weekend visit to Charlottesville this past weekend.
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((Virginia's 31-10 win over Syracuse was enjoyed by a sea of orange in the stands and in the press box where the 2005 national championship host Orange Bowl staff was in attendance. The Bowl members were not in Charlottesville looking at the Cavaliers, obviously a team's record and rankings determinea who goes to the national championship or BCS Bowl, but they were impressed with the Wahoos early season performance. ((:)) The Ornage Bowl staff would watch a UVa team face its stiffest test of the season to date and while big plays drew most ofthe big attention, Al Groh was pleased with some of the smaller detaisl he felt his team addressed. One example is the play of his corners, especially their tackling, an area some consider a weak link in UVa's defense.)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:))

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Virginia is again a recipient of one of the ACC player of the week awards that were given out today.
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Not surprisingly, quarterback Marques Hagans is the offensive back of the week for his play against Syracuse. Hagans completed 11 of 12 passes for 202 yards and a touchdown as the 12th-ranked Cavaliers improved their record to 4-0. In addition, the 5-10, 212-pound sophomore ran for a career-high 81 yards and two touchdowns on only six carries.
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And N.C. State's defensive end Manny Lawson is not only the ACC defending player of the week but also the Walter Camp Foundation's National Defensive Player of the Week after recording three quarterback sacks for losses against the Hokies this past Saturday.
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And a couple of kickoff times for upcoming games at Virginia Tech were announced this afternoon.
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[go to aprisa ACC on WDBJ] The October 9th away game at Winston-Salem against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons will kickoff at Noon. You can watch that game right here on WDBJ-7 from Groves Stadium.
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[go to aprisa upcoming games] And the Tech football office also announced this afternoon that the homecoming game the following Saturday, October 16th at Lane Stadium will get underway at one. As of now, there is NO television coverage planned for that game. Jean will be back in just moment to wrap up the Monday edition of News 7 at Five. Take care everybody.
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Crude oil prices surged again, leading a downward march on Wall Street. Marcella Palmer has today's Marketwatch report.
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It's goodbye to Tonight Show Host Jay Leno- but not for another five years.
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NBC says Leno will be stepping down as Host of the Tonight Show in 2009.
Leno says he'll be 59 years old and it'll mark 17 years of what he calls doing his "dream job."
When Leno leaves, fellow late night host, Conan O'Brien will take over.
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Jeanne's already brought flooding and tornados to the deep south.
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What the storm has in store for us [Closing Animation] on News Seven at Eleven.