[Hurricane-Jeanne]

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Now downgraded to a tropical storm, Jeanne is headed for Georgia and the Carolinas-- threatening to soak some areas with as much as six inches of rain.
But in what's become an all too familiar pattern, Florida bore the brunt of the hurricane.
Jeanne killed at least six people, as she tore through the storm weary- state.
More than two and a half- million people are without power.
Teri Okita joins us now with the latest from Daytona Beach Shores.
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(( SOUND UP: this is unbelievable, this many storms in less than two months- unbelievable
UNBELIEVABLE BECAUSE ITS NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE- FOUR HURRICANES PUMMELING FLORIDA IN A SINGLE SEASON IS ONE FOR THE RECORD BOOKS.
WITH 120 MILE AN HOUR WINDS AND DRIVING SHEETS OF RAIN JEANNE MADE LANDFALL AT NEARLY THE EXACT SAME SPOT FRANCES CAME ASHORE LABOR DAY WEEKEND.
BOTH STORMS TORMENTED CRYSTAL GUN AND HER FAMILY.

(Crystal Gun, Resident)
GUNS SOT: 14:37:28 were looking for a home again


LIKE THE THREE HURRICANES BEFORE HER.. JEANNE SHREDDED MOBILE HOME PARKS.. FLOODED STREETS.. AND TOPPLED LIGHT POLES. MORE THAN TWO AND HALF MILLION FLORIDIANS SPENT THE NIGHT IN THE DARK.
FOR SOME BUSINESS OWNERS ALONG FLORIDAS CENTRAL-ATLANTIC COAST... JEANNES BEEN THE WORST.

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(SOT: 15:12:30 fortunately I had forewarning before I got here so that I

could handle what I am seeing)
(Teri Okita, CBS News)

BRIDGE: four hurricanes in just 6 weeks have prompted largest relief effort in fema history. President bush has declared the state a disaster area. And more than 36-hundred national guards troops have been deployed to help.

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THE FAMILIAR SOUNDS OF CLEAN-UP.. ONCE AGAIN FOLLOW THE HOWLING WINDS OF THE STORM.. AS WEARY RESIDENTS GET READY TO REBUILD YET AGAIN.

(Jeff Skok, Resident)
SKOK SOT: 18:18:26 were going to dry it up and start from the inside out


FOR A FEW OTHER FLORIDANS JEANNE MAY BE THE LAST STRAW.

(Joan Brown, Resident)
BROWN SOT: 18:21:30 when all of this is over you just want to back a bag

and move to higher ground
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[St.-Helens]


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A sleeping giant could be waking up.
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Seismologists are watching the rumblings of Washington's Mount Saint Helens.
Since Thursday, hundreds of tiny quakes have rattled the volcano.
Scientists say they could lead to a small explosion soon.
As a result, officials have closed several of the mountain's trails.
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A government geologist says mud and rock could spread for five miles, if the volcano blows.
But experts believe there is no immediate danger to anyone not on the mountain.
Mount Saint Helens erupted on May 18th, 19- 80, leaving 57 people dead.
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[11Rke-Shooting]


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Roanoke City Police are investigating a shooting.
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The shooting happened around one-thirty yesterday afternoon in the two-thousand block of Gandy Drive near Washington Park. Police say one man was shot, and then was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Police have not released the victim's name or condition.
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[11John-Harkrader]


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Viewers of WDBJ rarely saw John Harkrader on the air -- but no one was more influential in the development of the television station.
Harkrader -- WDBJ's former president and general manager -- died yesterday morning at the age of 88.
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Born and raised in Wytheville, Harkrader received a scholarship to Roanoke College, an opportunity he described as his "window to the world."
He went to work for WDBJ radio in 1938 as a part time announcer and salesman, and led the television station through many milestones, including the construction of a new building on Colonial Avenue, the introduction of color tv and the sale of the station to new owners.
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((OVER THAT SPAN FROM 1938 UNTIL 1981. IT WAS CHANGE CHANGE CHANGE AND OUR PHILOSOPHY WAS SERVE, SERVE, SERVE TO THE VERY BEST OF OUR ABILITY... THOSE VIEWERS OUT THERE TO TOUCH THEM AS INDIVIDUALLY AND EFFECTIVELY AS WE POSSIBLY COULD BY BEING USEFUL TO THEM AND IT PAID OFF.))
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John Harkrader's family will receive friends tomorrow at Oakey's South Chapel on Brambleton Avenue. The funeral will be held at Oakeys on *Wednesday* at one-o'clock.
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[Marketwatch]


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In business news, Walgreens and Pepsi are set to release their earnings reports. And crude oil prices hit a new record high on Friday.
Marcella Palmer has those stories and more in this morning's Marketwatch.
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((ONES TO WATCH AS THE MARKET OPENS THIS MONDAY MORNING... INVESTORS SHOULD BE EXAMINING EARNINGS FROM DRUG STORE CHAIN WALGREEN COMPANY AND PEPSI.
AFTER THE BELL FRIDAY TRADING WAS DOMINATED BY TECH STOCKS.... CONCENTRATED AMONG THE LEADERS, CISCO SYSTEMS,DELL, INTEL, ORACLE AND MICROSOFT. STOCKS ENDED LAST WEEK LOWER AS A WHOLE DUE TO A STREAM OF PROFIT WARNINGS AND HIGH OIL PRICES...
CRUDE CLOSED-OUT THE WEEK AT A NEW RECORD CLOSE OF 48.88 A BARREL .. THE DOW CLOSED THE DAY UP 8. THE NASDAQ CLOSED DOWN 6.
CONGRESS IS URGING UNITED AIRLINES PARENT UAL CORPORATION TO KEEP ITS PENSION PLANS IN TACT... THIS AFTER
UNITED ANNOUNCED IT'S CONSIDERING ENDING ITS EMPLOYEE PENSIONS TO HELP PULL OUT OF BANKRUPTCY. LAWMAKERS SAID THE GOVERNMENT'S, PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORPORATION, WOULD HAVE TO TAKE ON MORE THAN 6-BILLION DOLLARS IN NEW LIABILITIES.
FOR MORE ON THE MARKET LOG ONTO OUR SITE AT CBS DOT MARKETWATCH DOT COM IN NEW YORK I'M MARCELLA PALMER.))

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[Campaign-2004]


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The two Presidential candidates will spend much of this week preparing for their face to face meeting Thursday night.
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Both started debate practice this weekend.
President Bush met with advisors at his ranch in Crawford, Texas.
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Democratic challenger John Kerry headed to a remote resort in the swing state of Wisconsin, where he's getting ready for the first of three debate match-ups with the President.
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[11Craig-Library]


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After waiting nearly 50-years for a library -- Craig County officials are involved in another kind of waiting game. Susan Bahorich "checks out" the problem in New Castle.
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This small building houses BIG hopes...
.. inside, Craig County's library is hosting one of the many programs it has brought to the community since its opening in May.
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Even though there are people using the services and books on the shelves - things haven't been running as smoothly as the Craig County Friends of the Library would have hoped.

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((PATTY DAY, CRAIG CO. FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: I GUESS OUR EXPECTATIONS ARE SINCE WE DID SET UP A COMMUNITY SERVICE AND HAVE SET UP THE LIBRARY TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY OF CRAIG AND INTERNET ACCESS FOR THE COMMUNITY.. THAT THE COUNTY WOULD CONTRIBUTE.))
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Library officials say the county is holding out on them. State and federal funds specifically earmarked for library purposes have yet to make it into their hands. Craig County Administrator Larry Moore says Friends of the Library need to wait..

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((LARRY MOORE, CRAIG CO. ADMINISTRATOR: THAT'S WHAT LOOKING INTO, IT'S SORT OF AS IF THE MONEY IS COMING TO THE COUNTY, IS IT THE COUNTY'S MONEY OR IS IT MONEY THAT CAN BE GIVEN TO THE LIBRARY ON BEHALF OF THE COUNTY. WE HAVE TO RESOLVE THOSE ISSUES.))
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But, those issues are still a few weeks from being completely worked out - the county's attorney is reviewing the matter and Day hopes everything will be hammered out by mid October.
SB, News7, New Castle.))

[11Square-Affair]


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It's time to dust off those dancing shoes because Roanoke's Affair in the Square is just around the corner. For more than 20-years, Center in the Square has hosted the event which raises money to help subsidize arts in the Roanoke Valley.
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((SUSAN MARTIN/CENTER IN THE SQUARE: CENTER IN THE SQUARE PROVIDES A FREE HOME TO THE ARTS AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE VALLEY - LIVE THEATRE, OPERA, BALLET. IN DOING SO, WE HAVE TO PROVIDE THE FUNDS IN ORDER TO KEEP THE BUILDING OPERATIONAL, AS WELL AS PROVIDE THEM WITH DAILY SERVICES WHICH IS HOUSEKEEPIGN, MAINTENANCE AND SECURITY.))
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[TAKE AFFAIR IN SQUARE FS E638] Affair in the Square is Saturday, October 2nd from eight o'clock until midnight. The cost is 55-dollars per ticket. You can get your tickets at the Mill Mountain Theatre Box Office, Ginger's Jewelry or Davidsons.
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In business news, U-S Airways and the union representing about 65 flight-crew training instructors -- have *tentatively* agreed on a new contract.
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Details of the agreement are being withheld until the union can present the contract to its workers. The carrier is seeking 23 percent pay cuts from all its union workers -- that's according to union leaders who received the request. Union officials say the cuts are difficult to take, but are needed to preserve the ailing airline. US Airways filed for bankruptcy protection earlier this month --the second time in two years. Now let's take a look at your local stocks.
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[11Fincastle-Restoration]


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Looking back into a family history is nothing new, but for one woman, forging through her family tree has provided inspiration to save a part of her heritage. Jennifer Wishon has the story.
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((MARTY DEWELT: HE RAN THE FERRY [POD AUDIO DOWN HERE] ON THE JAMES RIVER BACK IN AROUND 1781.))
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When Williamsburg native Marty DeWelt started researching her family ancestry four years ago she was led to this old blacksmith shop in Fincastle - built in 1791 by Valentine Wysong.
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((JERRY WYSONG: VALENTINE WAS A BRICK MASON AND [COVER WITH EXTERIOR OF BRICK HERE] CUT A LOT OF HIS BRICK OUT OF SANDSTONE BY HAND. [END COVER HERE] HE BUILT IT FOR HIS BROTHER, FEIDT. FEIDT WYSONG WAS THE BLACKSMITH HERE IN FINCASTLE.))
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Feidt was also DeWelt's fifth great- grandfather. She and her cousin Jerry Wysong spent the weekend sharing their family with visitors to the Fincastle Festival which raises money to help preserve the historic community.
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((TED TOWLES: WE'VE GOT A LOT OF BUILDINGS, ESPECIALLY IN THE PAST, THAT WERE ABOUT TO COLLAPSE IF IT HADN'T BEEN FOR HISTORIC FINCASTLE COMING IN TO PRESERVE THEM.))
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A former casting agent - DeWelt has cast more than 40- films. She's been holding on to a poster from the movie Missing - signed by actors Jack Lemmon and John Shea. This week she's auctioning it off on e- bay with proceeds benefiting Historic Fincastle Incorporated and the Botetourt Historical Museum.
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((MARTY DEWELT: WE HAVE SO MANY THINGS WE WANT TO DO TO HELP HISTORIC FINCASTLE AND THE MUSEUM TO HELP KEEP THEM ALIVE AND ANY MONIES AND FUNDS THAT THEY NEED WHETHER IT'S A NEW ROOF OR A NEW DOOR OR TO REFURBISH A NEW BUILDING.))
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A mission that helps fulfill the Wysong family's motto.
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((JERRY WYSONG: IN ORDER TO KNOW WHO YOU ARE AND WHERE YOU ARE GOING YOU NEED TO KNOW FROM WHENCE YOU CAME AND WE THINK FAMILY HISTORY IS VERY IMPORTANT.))
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Bidding on the Missing poster begins Thursday and runs through October tenth. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Fincastle.))
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Nothing has brought us more mail from viewers than the *discredited 60-Minutes story* on President Bush's service in the National Guard.
Dan Rather and CBS have apologized.
But that's not enough for most of the hundreds of people who wrote to us.
Assignment editor Joe McKean has a sample.
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((Most of the comments were along these lines...A viewer from Salem (Robin Robertson) writing:"I have blocked ALL CBS programming...due to the obvious lies presented by Dan Rather on 60 Minutes. CBS will continue to be blocked out in this household until Rather is gone and CBS presents the news in a balanced and unbiased way."
From Roanoke (Danny James) another said: "...until this mess is cleared up and Dan Rather and others in authority at CBS take responsibility and resign I am not watching any CBS programs or local WDBJ 7 programs. I believe this borders on treason and I am ashamed of all involved."
Another disappointed viewer wrote from Marlinton, West Virginia (Bob Keller)..."CBS News is worse than the supermarket tabloid papers. If you ever expect me to be a CBS News viewer again a complete housecleaning must occur...Plus there must be a new dedication to unbiased news reporting that was once a trusted staple at CBS decades ago."
From Floyd (Wilma Reed): "His arrogance and biased reported have been on the edge for too long and it's time for his resignation. Dan Rather sorry...yeah, sure, sorry he got caught, that's all.:"
From Collinsville (Michael Slate): "I want facts when I watch news programs, not someone's made up slant to help John Kerry get elected. You have lost a viewer!"
Some viewers had a slightly different perspective. A Roanoke man (Bill Brinner, Sr.) wrote: "I haven't been a viewer of the CBS Evening News for a number of years. It has never been any problem for me to observe their obvious prejudice. My feeling about WDBJ's news department is just the opposite. Your coverage is excellent and your current on-air staff never appear to express their personal opinions either vocally or by mannerisms."
Another Roanoke viewer (Kathy Finnegan) said: "Just wanted to let you know that I make every effort to avoid Dan Rather's reporting. His style and attitude have driven my crazy for years...Please know that there are many of us who appreciate your professional presentation of the news and your recognition that the viewing audience is not comprised solely of hysterical blithering idiots."
And there were a couple of viewers who came to a different conclusion (Matt R. Cundiff, Lynchburg): "Those that are screaming for Dan's head are trying to move the debate away from the issues of the President's integrity and morality. Dan Rather and CBS didn't do the best job of authenticating the documents, but as stated before, the information contained in the documents was correct."
Judging from the volume of mail we received, most of you seem to know how to reach us. But in case you don't, here's how to send us a letter...a fax...or an email.
Joe McKean, News-7.))