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Today on News 7 at 5, health officials have to deal with a surprising shortage of flu shots.
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Also a jury deliberates the fate of Richard Burrow, the former director of the National D-Day Monument.
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Also the vice presidential candidates prepare to face off in Cleveland.
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Geologists continue watching Mt St. Helens as the volcano once again spews steam and ash.
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Plus NASCAR bumps Dale Earnhardt Junior down in the points race. News 7 at 5 is next.
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Health officials say America will have to deal with a significant shortage of flu vaccine this year.
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The federal government was hoping to have 100 million flu shots available, but problems with a provider have unexpectedly cut that number in half.
Things could get so bad, one doctors says healthy patients may be asked to skip the shot so the supply can go to children and the elderly.
Dr. David Marks has more.
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((RUSS LAZZARO (la-zar-row), HEAD OF THE PHARMACY AT HOLY NAME HOSPITAL IN NEW JERSEY, ALREADY HAS HIS FULL SUPPLY OF FLU VACCINE. NOW HE HAS TO DECIDE HOW MUCH HE CAN SHARE WITH HOSPITALS WHO WON'T BE GETTING SHOTS THIS YEAR.

00:37(SOT-Russ Lazzaro/Holy Name Hospital)

"it's gonna be a problem because we've already gotten calls from other hospitals saying they've had a delay in getting their vaccines." :05
THAT'S BECAUSE THE U-S SUPPLY OF FLU VACCINE HAS BEEN CUT IN HALF. THE COMPANY CHIRON SAYS IT WILL NOT BE DELIVERING AROUND 47 MILLION DOSES TO THE U-S AFTER BRITISH AUTHORITIES SUSPENDED ITS LICENSE FOR PROBLEMS WITH ITS MANUFACTURING PLANT IN ENGLAND.

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SIMPLY PUT THAT MEANS THERE'S NOT ENOUGH VACCINATION AVAILABLE AND SOME HEALTHY PEOPLE WILL BE TURNED AWAY. BUT THERE SHOULD BE ENOUGH FOR PEOPLE WHO'S LIVES ARE MOST THREATENED BY THE FLU.... THE ELDERLY, SMALL CHILDREN AND PEOPLE WITH UNDERLYING HEALTH CONDITIONS.

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THE HOPE IS ANOTHER VACCINE MANUFACTURER CAN START MAKING MORE AND HAVE IT AVAILABLE IN A FEW MONTHS. THE OTHER ALTERNATIVE FOR HEALTHY IS TO USE A FLU MIST BUT THERE ARE ONLY ABOUT ONE POINT FIVE MILLION DOSES AVAILABLE.

03:45(SOT-Russ Lazzaro/Holy Name Hospital)

"let's keep our fingers crossed we might not have a flu epidemic." :06
AND RIGHT NOW THAT'S ABOUT THE BEST WE CAN EXPECT. DOCTOR DAVID MARKS, CBS NEWS.))

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A full day of deliberations was not enough. The jury in Richard Burrows fraud trial says it needs more time. After seven hours of pouring over the evidence and testimony, jurors told Judge James Turk, they need to come back tomorrow.


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Steve Smallshaw is in Charlottesville tonight. Steve, do you know if they have made any progerss?
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Southern Washington state is under an Ash Fall Advisory after Mount St. Helens erupted again this morning.
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Today's blast was larger than yesterday's and sent much more steam and ash into the air. Scientists with the US Geological Survey say we will see more and bigger releases as the volcano gears up for the main event.
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((JAKE LOWENSTERN/VULCANOLOGIST: THIS ONE APPEARS TO BE MORE ASH RICH THAN THE ONES OF THE LAST COUPLE DAYS.))
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((CARL THORNBER/US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY: THIS WILL BE ONGOING ACTIVITY FOR DAYS, WEEKS, MONTHS OR MAYBE EVEN YEARS.))
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Scientists say the big eruption will likely involve magma in addition to the steam and ash. They also stress that it shouldn't be as big as the eruption in 1980 that killed nearly 60-people and destroyed thousands of acres of forestland.
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A week after floods ravaged the region- some residents in Botetourt County continue to dig out and search for aid.
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Residents outside of Eagle Rock who live on Craigs Creek were flooded out of their homes when the creek water rose. Clayton Ellers and Jane Gabrielle were forced to seek shelter in a renovated school bus. The couple moved to the area last summer but, after the flood, the novelty of living on the water may have worn off.
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((CLAYTON ELLERS, FLOOD VICTIM: IT'S PRETTY- IT'S MAINLY VACATION SPOT- WE'RE ONE OF THE FEW WHO LIVE HERE FULL-TIME, NOT AS PRETTY AS IT USED TO BE.))
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six.. we'll show you how residents in the Craigs Creek area are finally getting some assistance and what the county is doing to help.
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Coming up next on the newscast, someone shoots up a Bush-Cheney headquarters in Tennessee.
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That as the vice presidential candidates prepare for tonight's debate in Cleveland.
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Vice President Dick Cheney and Senator John Edwards will square off tonight in the only debate of the Vice Presidential campaign. Manuel Gallegus has a preview.
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((VICE-PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL JOHN EDWARDSA BOYISH 51 YEAR OLD FIRST-TIME SENATOR. POLLS SHOW MANY REGISTERED VOTERS STILL HAVE NO IDEA WHO HE REALLY IS.

SOT-MOS 41 I think he's very young, doesn't have a lot of experience in

the international, political field

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IN CONTRAST 63 YEAR OLD INCUMBENT DICK CHENEY HAS A VAST POLITICAL BACKGROUND. AT 35 HE WAS WHITE HOUSE CHIEF OF STAFF FOR GERALD FORD. BUT POLLS FIND CHENEY IS THE LEAST POPULAR OF THE FOUR CANDIDATES.

(STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS, CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIV.

TYPICALLY VICE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES DONT CARRY MUCH WEIGHT WITH THE PUBLIC. BUT VOTERS SAY THEYLL BE WATCHING CLOSELY TONIGHTGIVEN THAT THE ELECTION IS SO TIGHT.)
TONIGHT, EDWARDS AND CHENEY WILL PLAY-UP JUST HOW DIFFERENT THEY ARE.

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I do not have the same view of the world as Dick Cheney and that's a good thing, that's not a bad thing.
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MOS: i'm listening for both candidates to discuss what's happening in Iraq
EDWARDS, ANALYSTS SAY, MUST SHOW THAT HE COULD BE PRESIDENT. AND HELL HAVE TO PUT CHENEY ON THE DEFENSIVE ABOUT FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC ISSUES. THE SIT- DOWN FACE TO FACE DEBATE IS 90 MINUTES

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BUT THE RAMIFICATIONS COULD LAST UNTIL ELECTION DAY. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS CLEVELAND.))

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Meantime, police in Knoxville, Tennessee are searching for the people who fired shots into the front doors at Bush's campaign headquarters there this morning. Investigators say at least two bullets went through the front doors sometime after 6:30 a.m. One of the glass doors was shattered. Officers say more than two shots may have been fired but that additional bullet fragments have not been found. No one was injured.
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Students who don't want to spend years in medical school are deciding to take a shorter route. They are choosing to become physicians assistants instead of doctors.
It's the third fastest-growing profession in the United States.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details-- Joy just how popular is the job?
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Shannon,
The number of physician assistants is expected to grow by 49 percent over 10 years.
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In 19-99 the Jefferson College of Health Science offered the only P-A program in the state --but now there are three more.
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Medical school wasn't a realistic option for April Grisetti-Nail --but she didn't want to give up her dream of treating patients.
She found she didn't have to.
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As part of physician assistant week --these students are hoping to get the word out about the profession.
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((I WANT PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND THAT A P-A IS TRAINED VERY SIMILIAR TO THE WAY THEIR PHYSICIAN WAS TRAINED. THEY CAN OFFER MANY OF THE SAME SERVICES, PHYSICAL EXAMS, PRESCRIBED AND MANAGE MEDICATION)) [RUNS14]
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A physician assistant must work under the supervision of a doctor. Their services may be needed more and more particularly in rural communities.
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((THERE ARE SIMPLY NOT ENOUGH PHYSICIANS TO GO AROUND AND P-A'S HAVE HISTORICALLY FIT THAT NITCH WHERE THERE WAS A SHORTAGE OF PHYSICIANS. NOW P-A'S CAN GO INTO THE AREAS AND PRACTICE AND HELP RELIEVE SOME OF THE BACK LOG )) [RUNS14]
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A need that's evident to local officials as well. The city of Roanoke designated October 6th, 2004 as physician assistant day.))

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The mean income for a physician assistant is around 76-thousand dollars.
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Shannon,
There are 143 physician assistant programs in the United States.

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Coming up a little later in sports,
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Mike Stevens is standing by. He'll join us with sports after the break.
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And, a little bit later, we'll see how a movie remake may help a Rolling Stone makeover his career.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Tuesday ticker. 9 Nextel cup teams tested at Martinsville today in preparation for the October 24th Subway 500. But the sub plot today was the drama surrounding NASCAR's penalty on Dale Earnhardt Junior. Steve Mason and Travis Wells have more from track side.
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Virginia Tech plays its first ACC road game this Saturday against dangerous Wake Forest. Like Tech the Demon Deacons are 3-and-2, but both of their losses came in overtime.
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[WIPE TO APRISA 12001] And don't forget you can watch the game right here on WDBJ-7 this Saturday at Noon. Shannon will be back in just a moment to wrap up News 7 at Five. Take care everybody.
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On Wall Street today, investors tried to figure out what record oil prices would do to the stock markets. Marcella Palmer has more in today's Marketwatch report.
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An old Michael Caine movie is getting a makeover.
A new version of "Alfie" will hit theaters at the end of the month.
While there are a lot of young faces in the project, the picture's getting its biggest boost from a rock and roll grandfather.
Jennifer Donelan has more
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((What's it all about - Alfie ?
Well for starters...it's a remake of the 1960's film by the same name.
It's . the same story ....the same notorious playboy - Alfie....and the women...well they haven't changed much either.
But there are new faces.

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Jude Law is Alfie.

Jude Law SOT "an inside look into a guy's world even thought it's the

60's it's still relevant."
Law is paired up with real life girlfriend Sienna Miller. But in the film she is just one of many.

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BUT WHEN IT really COMES down TO - WHAT'S NEW - ALFIE...THE ANSWER IS.....THE MUSIC

Mick Jagger SOT: "Just Mic will do" .


It is the first time Mick Jagger has written a film score

Mick Jagger SOT hmmm melody.


Well this is how the song really goes ....
Music clip "Old Habits Die Hard"
Modest - Sir Mick downplays his role in any success the movie may have..instead he puts the load on his fellow brit...jude.

sot: "As long as Jude is good then it will be good otherwise it will be

useless."
Hard to imagine that with Jagger's name in the credits. He produced 13 songs.
Jagger has been recording for 40 years .....more years than Jude Law has had birthdays.

sot: We've been around that long. (giggles)


A a mixture of old and new with a legend thrown in............thats what it's all about, Alfie. Jennifer Donelan , cbs news , N.Y.))
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