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The C-I-A is examining a threatening new audio tape of a man claiming to be a top aide to Osama bin Laden.
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And, who won last night's presidential debate?
It depends on who you ask.
Now both candidates are back on the campaign trail.
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((I STILL HAVEN'T MADE A FULL COMMITMENT ON WHERE I AM.))
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Just one of the many undecided voters that President Bush and John Kerry attempted to influence last night during their first debate.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
Polls gave John Kerry the edge over who won the foreign policy debate.
But how will this translate in the coming weeks?
Susan Roberts reports.
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AFTER THEIR FIRST FACE TO FACE ENCOUNTER, THE TWO PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES ARE BACK TO WORK ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL....
PRESIDENT BUSH HEADS FOR RALLIES IN PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW HAMPSHIRE.
SENATOR KERRY WILL SPEND THE DAY IN FLORIDA. THERE ARE PLENTY OF SWING VOTERS IN THOSE STATES ..AND MANY WERE WATCHING THE FIRST DEBATE LAST NIGHT... AS PRESIDENT BUSH AND SENATOR KERRY CLASHED OVER THE WAR IN IRAQ AND HOW IT IS BEING HANDLED.

SOT-PRESIDENT BUSH

"First of all, what my opponent wants you to forget is that he voted to authorize the use of force, and now says it's the wrong war at the wrong time at the wrong place....."

SOT-SENATOR JOHN KERRY

" smart means not diverting your attention from the real war on terror in Afghanistan against Osama bin Laden and taking it off to Iraq, where the 9/11 Commission confirms there was no connection to 9/11 itself or Saddam Hussein."
SO, WHO DID WIN LAST NIGHT'S DEBATE? THREE POST DEBATE POLLS SUGGEST SENATOR KERRY DID BETTER THAN PRESIDENT BUSH. CBS NEWS TALKED SO SOME UNCOMMITTED VOTERS IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE DEBATE...

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43 PERCENT SAID KERRY WON, 28 PERCENT SAID THE PRESIDENT WON, AND 29 PERCENT SAID IT WAS A TIE.
EVEN BETTER NEWS FOR THE SENATOR, HIS LIKEABILITY SCORES ROSE DRAMATICALLY, THEY ARE NOW ESSENTIALLY EVEN WITH THE PRESIDENT.
SENATOR KERRY IS NOW AHEAD AMONG WOMEN..WHERE JUST BEFORE THE DEBATE WOMEN FAVORED PRESIDENT BUSH BY A DOUBLE DIGIT MARGIN.

SOT: Christina Ferrari/Voter

I think it's was John Kerry's to win or lose and I do think he did a better job
STAND UP:(NOT VERBATIM) HOW THOSE FIGURES TRANSLATE IN THE LONG RUN REMAINS TO BE SEEN. NEXT UP...VICE PRESIDNET CHENY AND SENATOR EDWARDS. THEY'RE PREPARING FOR THEIR FIRST DEBATE NEXT WEEK IN OHIO. SUSAN ROBERTS CBS NEWS WASHINGTON.
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A suicide bomber blew up a mosque in eastern Pakistan, as hundreds were gathered for Friday prayers.
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Authorities say at least 16 people were killed, as the bomb ripped through the building.
Witnesses say a man with a briefcase had just entered when the explosion occurred.
The police chief says he's almost certain it was a suicide attack.
So far, no one has claimed responsibility.
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Another possible message from al-Qaida--
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An audiotape is airing on al-Jazeera television from a man identified as Ayman al-Zawahri (ahl- ZWAH- ree), Osama bin Laden's closest aide.
On the tape, he calls for attacks on U-S and British interests.
Officials have not yet verified the recording.
The U- S government has offered up to 25- million dollars for information leading to the death or arrest of al-Zawahari (ahl- ZWAH- ree).
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A joint effort between the U-S and Iraq has left nearly 100 insurgents dead in the city of Samarra. The attacks have also killed one American soldier.
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Four other U-S soldiers were wounded, along with 100 Iraqis.
The assault is aimed partly at securing government and police buildings in the city north of Baghdad.
Along the way, U-S soldiers rescued a Turkish hostage.
The military offered no details as to how he was found, or what condition he was in.
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The skies appear friendlier now for U-S Airways.
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An airline official says U-S Air and its pilots untion agreed earlier today on a new labor contract.
It comes a week after the company asked a bankruptcy judge to impose pay cuts.
The terms of the contract were not immediately available.
According to the union's Web site, leaders will will meet this afternoon in Charlotte to decide whether to send the agreement to members for ratification.
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Roanoke County's Police Department will be featured on national television tomorrow night.
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The Discovery Channel show, "The New Detectives," will feature the department's investigation of the 19-90 murder of Roanoke real estate agent Carolyn Rogers.
Rogers was supposed to show a house to Danny Lee King and his wife.
Instead, Danny King choked, stabbed and stomped Rogers to death before robbing her.
Tomorrow night's show will feature the county's use of forensic evidence to convict King.
He was executed for the crime in 19- 98.
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"The New Detectives" airs on the Discovery Channel tomorrow night at eight and 11.
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Coming up after the break, a longtime Roanoke restaurant is about to change owners.
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Plus we'll see how an unusual looking device is helping relieve the pain of people with back problems.
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If you've ever experienced lower back pain.... you know it can be excruciating.
But now a new device could help doctors treat the problem for good. Doctor David Marks reports.
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(((nats-"ok justine, let's strap this one on to you")(New York, NY) JUSTINE CUTLER LOOKS LIKE SHE'S STRAPPING ON A JET PACK. BUT SHE'S NOT ABOUT TO TAKE OFF... SHE'S JUST HAPPY TO BE MOVING AGAIN. JUSTINE'S SUFFERED BACK PAIN FOR THE PAST 15 YEARS.

(SOT-Justine Cutler/35-years-old)

"I couldn't do anything, i was exhausted trying to get through my days Iand dealing with my pain."
BECAUSE SHE WAS SO YOUNG, MANY DOCTORS THOUGHT HER PAIN WAS PSYCHOLOGICAL

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"i didn't understand that -- it was frustrating to me."
BUT THE NEW DEVICE SHE'S WEARING, CALLED THE LUMBAR MOTION MECHANISM, HELPED DOCTORS AT BETH ISRAEL MEDICAL CENTER DIAGNOSE HER CONDITION.

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HERE'S HOW THE DEVICE WORKS, THESE WIRES MEASURE THE MOVEMENT OF THE SPINE - AND THEN, THROUGH THIS ANTENNA, A WIRELESS SIGNAL IS SENT TO THIS BOX... WHICH IS ATTACHED TO A COMPUTER AND REGISTERS THE MOTION.

(SOT-Tom Gallagher/Beth Israel Medical Center)

"it measures how far a patient can bend, twist, rotate."
IF THERE'S A REAL INJURY IN THE BACK... EVERY TIME THE PATIENT BENDS OR TWISTS, HE OR SHE IS GOING TO STOP AT ABOUT THE SAME POINT. THE COMPUTER PRECISELY MEASURES WHERE THE MOTION STOPS ... IT CAN HELP THEM HONE IN ON THE SOURCE OF THE PAIN

(SOT-Tom Gallagher/Beth Israel Medical Center)

"it would help the physicians knowing which patients are more appropriate for surgery."
JUSTINE HAD A DEGENERATIVE DISC THAT REQUIRED SURGERY. DOCTOR FABIEN BITAN REPLACED THE DAMAGED DISC WITH AN ARTIFICAL ONE. HE SAYS THE LUMBAR MOTION MECHANISM IS ALSO HELPFUL POST-OPERATIVELY.

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"it helps measure the quality and the speed of recovery after spinal treatment."
IT SHOWS JUSTINE IS ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY AFTER HER SURGERY.

(SOT-Justine)

"i have hope, i can function, i can work properly again. i have energy back."
AND SHE'S GRATEFUL SOMEONE FINALLY TOOK HER PAIN SERIOUSLY. DOCTOR DAVID MARKS, CBS NEWS.))

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The Roanoker Restaurant is about to change hands.
But regular customers shouldn't worry, the new owner is a familar face.
Joe Dashiell reports.
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((Fran Lambert and Gail Dehaeseleer serve up the coffee with a smile.
And a loyal corps of customers continue to make the Roanoker one of western Virginia's busiest restaurants.
E. C. Warren has worked in the restaurant his father started since he was eight years old, and says he's ready to hand over the business to longtime manager and friend Butch Craft.
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((CAME TIME FOR ME TO STEP BACK A LITTLE BIT AND GO WITH IT AND LET HER DO THE THINGS I KNOW SHE CAN DO AND WANTS TO DO. AND I'VE GOT FULL CONFIDENCE IN HER AND WHAT SHE'S DOING.))
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The Roanoker opened in 1941... and operated in three different locations downtown before moving to towers shopping center, and 22 years ago to its present location on Colonial Avenue.
Craft has worked at the restaurant for more than 30 years and says nothing is going to change.
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((WE'RE GOING TO KEEP THE ROANOKER LIKE IT HAS BEEN THE 33 YEARS I HAVE WORKED HERE, AND THE 50 YEARS E.C. HAS WORKED HERE. IF IT'S NOT BROKE, DON'T TRY TO FIX IT, SO WE'RE GOING TO KEEP IT THE SAME.))
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While Warren and Craft aren't blood relatives, they say they're as close as brother and sister.
And while the next few months will bring a change of ownership, they say it feels as if this homegrown family restaurant is remaining in the family.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

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Some residents of Salem's Willow River Apartments are concerned about their homes.
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The apartment complex was one of the areas hardest hit in the Roanoke Valley. People there are still out of their homes after being evacuated Tuesday. A number of residents say they were misled when moving into the complex, which is in a flood plain. But the owner says everyone is warned verbally and in writing about the risks.
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((LINDA HAMNER/WILLOW RIVER OWNER: WE'RE DOING THE BEST WE CAN POSSIBLY DO AT THIS POINT. WE'RE SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS, AS WELL AS EVERYONE ELSE. WE HAVE TO WAIT FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES TO LET US KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON, WE'RE WAITING FOR THE BUILDING INSPECTOR TO COME IN AND CAN LET US KNOW WHEN THEY CAN COME IN...UNTIL HE TELLS US.))
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Salem officials say residents may be allowed to get some of their belongings today, but they're not sure how long it will be before everyone's home.
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Officials say Tuesday's flooding caused six-point- six millons dollars in damage to Salem's homes and businesses.
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Anniversary fireworks lit up the night sky over Hong Kong--
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The show marked the 55th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
It featured more than 28- thousand fireworks.
Celebrations for China's National Day are tempered in Hong Kong, which was handed back from British to Chinese control in 19-97.
This year's event follows elections that saw thousands of protest votes, amid major discontent over thwarted demands for greater democratic freedoms.
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U-S Military personnel are being asked to write about their experiences in the two recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan .
The National Endowment for the Arts has called on one of the best known writers to help.
Stacy Case reports from the Norfolk Naval Station.
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((NAT: "I drove across the Kuwaiti border to the hostile land of Iraq"
TRACK: TROOPS RETURNING FROM WARS IN AFGHANISTAN AND IRAQ... (BOOM!! nat break.. bombing file ) .... ARE BEING CALLED UP NOW FOR A DIFFERENT
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NAT: "I was prepared, mind body and spirit to face with resolve whatever evil stood in our way."

TRACK: ----WRITING WAR HISTORY.


SUPER: STAFF SGT. CARL CLEGG/AIR NATIONAL GUARD I started out originally trying to explain things to folks back at home, who didnt really understand the full scope of what was going on

TRACK: AT MILITARY BASES ACROSS THE COUNTRY--- AIRMEN & WOMEN,

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES ARE PUTTING PEN TO PAPER WITH THE HELP OF BEST SELLERS LIKE TOM CLANCY.
NAT: clancy leading workshop: " every writer has a different system."
TRACK: THE AUTHOR, WHOSE MANY BOOKS BECAME BLOCKBUSTER FILMS-- RAN THIS WRITER'S WORKSHOP AT NORFOLK NAVAL STATION.
SUPER: TOM CLANCY/BEST SELLING AUTHOR These guys do the real stuff, and its more dangerous, more admirable than what I do
STANDUP: STACY CASE/REPORTING All the writings will find their rightful place in the National Archives, so these workshops are part history, part writing as therapy and part talent search for Americas next best-selling author.
SUPER: TOM CLANCY/BEST SELLING AUTHOR You never know who out there is really talented
TRACK SUZAN CZOSCHKE WAS ON THE USS COLE WHEN IT WAS BOMBED, KILLING 17 OF HER FELLOW SAILORS..
SUPER: SUZAN CZOSCHKE/WITNESSED COLE BOMBING the first thing I did was grab something and start writing down about my experiences and also to help get over the experience
NAT: "the bulk of the flame spread into the sundried tall grass just over the fence line."
TRACK: AND THESE TALENTED TROOPS ARE THANKFUL TO TEMPORARILY TRADE FIREPOWER FOR THE 'POWER OF THE PEN.'
NAT: "I will consider myself to be blessed of God if this is the only firefight I encounter."
TRACK: STACY CASE CBS NEWS NORFOLK, VA))
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 105 points. The Nasdaq has gained 39.

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Coming up after the break, we'll check out tonight's Friday Football Extra games.
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Saturday is another busy football weekend around the ACC.
Steve Mason learns how to talk trash with the league's best.
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((STEVE MASON:AFTER FOUR WEEKS OF THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL SEASON THE ACC STANDS AT 15 AND 7 AGAINST OUT OF CONFERENCE OPPONENTS. ONLY THE SEC HAS A BETTER RECORD AT 17 AND 6. WHILE MARYLAND, UVA AND WAKE FOREST ARE THE ONLY PROGRAMS WITH ONLY ACC CONTESTS REMAINING, THE CONFERENCE IS HEADING INTO THE MEAT OF ITS SCHEDULE ACC GAMES ALWAYS MEANS MORE PRESSURES, MORE PUBLICITY AND MORE TR ASH TALK. WE ASKED PLAYERS ABOUT THIS HARDLY FORGOTTEN ART.)) ((A.J.NICHOLSON/FLORIDA STATE LINEBACKER:)) ((C.J.BROOKS/MARYLAND OFFENSIVE GUARD:)) ((CHRIS CANTY/UVA INJURED DEFENSIVE END:)) ((CRAPHONSO THORPE/FLORIDA STATE RECEIVER:)) ((DOMONIQUE FOXWORTH/MARYLAND CORNERBACK:)) ((C.J. BROOKS:)) ((A.J. NICHOLSON:)) ((STEVE MASON:THE CLEAN VERSION OF WDBJ-7'S COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE IS HERE. SATURDAY, CHECK OUT THE ACC CLASH BETWEEN WAKE FOREST AND N.C. STATE IN RALEIGH AND THEN AT 3 SEC RIVALS LSU AND GEORGIA TANGLE IN ATHENS STEVE MASON FOR YOUR ACC CONNECTION))

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For the second time this season, the William Fleming Colonels will have to play a home game away from Victory Stadium.
The Colonels will hook up with Salem tomorrow night at 7:30 at William Byrd's Bob Patterson Stadium in Vinton.

Now here's a look at the complete schedule for week number five of the high school season.
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Several contenders for the Nextel Cup will test at the Martinsville Speedway next week.
But this weekend, they're clearly focused on Talladega, where the next big wreck is just around the corner-- and having friends to draft with is key.
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