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Just ahead on News 7 at 5, the flu vaccine shortage leads one hospital share it supplies.
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And the game is over for CMT sports. It will close all its stores by the end of the year.
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Wet weather systems and patchy fog dominate the forecast for the rest of the week. Soggy details ahead.

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On Healthcheck, breast cancer survivor and author Betty Rollin speaks in Roanoke.
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And faster than a mammogram? Doctors test a new machine that may catch breast cancer sooner.
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Plus a different kind of presidential poll .. the sale of Halloween masks. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((AS SOON AS WE REALIZED THERE WAS A SHORTAGE WE STEPPED BACK AND SAID WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO ABOUT IT))
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The flu shot shortage leads Carilion to share its vaccine with two other hospitals.
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Good evening. I'm Shannon Young. The shortage of flu vaccine has left several hospitals in the region without any flu shots.
Lewis-Gale Medical Center is one of them. But today, it got a shot in the arm along with Smyth County Community Hospital.
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Health Check Reporter Joins us with details.
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Shannon --
Both hospitals should receive their vaccine today, and they're both getting enough to vaccinate hundreds of people.
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Carilion says this was just the right thing to do since it was lucky enough to receive 80-percent of the vaccine it ordered.
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The shipment went out this afternoon to the two hospitals. Lewis-Gale Medical Center will get enough to vaccinate about 450 people. While Smyth County Community Hospital will be able to give out about 350 shots.
Carilion says it decided to share its supply after realizing it had enough for those individuals who really needed the vaccine.
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((ALL OUR PHYSICIANS OFFICES HAVE ENOUGH FLU VACCINE FOR PATIENTS AT HIGH RISK. WE WERE ABLE TO DETERMINE THAT THROUGH ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS))
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Carilion says while this may not allow the hosptials to vaccinate everyone, it hopes this will help patients at highest risk for complications, and employees who work in high risk areas, such as the E-R.
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((WE HAVE NOT HAD A BAD FLU SEASON IN SEVERAL YEARS. IF WE DON'T AND WE DON'T HAVE A BAD FLU SEASON I THINK WE ARE WELL POSITIONED TO INNOCULATE THOSE WITH THE MOST CRITICAL NEED ))
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Shannon, the hospitals are not planning to offer the vaccine to general pubic.

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C-M-T- -the home grown sporting goods store- -is going out of business.
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The three men who opened the business on Brambleton Avenue 34 years ago today announced they intend to retire. Rather than sell the business to a competitor, they expect to close by the end of the year. Over the next ten weeks, C-M-T will sell about 5-million dollars worth of inventory. Charley Tull, the "T" in C-M-T, says it's not that business has been bad.
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((GROWTH HAS NOT BEEN AS GREAT. WE'RE FORTUNATE WE'RE SHOWING AN INCREASE THIS YEAR. THAT'S GOOD. THE SAD THING IS EXPENSES KEEP GOING UP. AND PEOPLE NEED TO BE ABLE TO MAKE MORE MONEY. THEY NEED TO BE ABLE TO GROW, THEMSELVES. AND IT JUST GETS INCREASINGLY HARDER AND HARDER TO DO.))
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The "team division" of the company will be sold intact, Tull says. But the retail business will be gone by December.
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Turning to politics, the Bush camp is expecting a "robust" debate between the President and his challenger tonight. The third and final face off of the campaign is just hours away. Jennifer Miller has a preview from Tempe Arizona.
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((PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH AND DEMOCRATIC CHALLENGER JOHN KERRY ARE WELL AWARE... TONIGHT'S 90 MINUTE DEBATE.. IS THEIR LAST CHANCE TO SCORE POINTS IN A FACE-TO-FACE SHOWDOWN.
AND BOTH MEN ARE EXPECTED TO ATTACK EARLY AND OFTEN.
WITH DOMESTIC ISSUES THE MAIN TOPIC...MISTER BUSH WILL TAKE AIM AT KERRY'S SENATE VOTING RECORD, HIS SPENDING PROPOSALS AND HIS CLAIM THAT HE WILL ONLY RAISE TAXES FOR WEALTHY PEOPLE.
KERRY WILL FIRE BACK... GOING AFTER THE PRESIDENT ON JOB LOSSES, RISING ENERGY COSTS AND HEALTH CARE.

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ON HEALTH CARE...THE KERRY CAMPAIGN DIDN'T WAIT UNTIL TONIGHT. THEY RELEASED A NEW AD THAT ACCUSES PRESIDENT BUSH OF MISLEADING VOTERS ABOUT THE DEMOCRATIC HEALTH CARE PLAN.
HERE IN TEMPE, A BUSH ADMINISTRATION SPOKESMAN GAVE A HINT OF HOW THE PRESIDENT IS LIKELY TO RESPOND TONIGHT.

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THE BUSH CAMP WILL SOON HAVE NEW CAMPAIGN ADS OF ITS OWN...FROM THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION. THE PRESIDENT PICKED UP A KEY ENDORSEMENT FROM THAT POWERFUL GROUP THIS MORNING AND WITH IT A PROMISE TO SPEND MILLIONS ON HIS RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN.

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THE NRA WILL HAVE TO ACT FAST. THERE'S ONLY 3 WEEKS LEFT IN THE CAMPAIGN...AND THAT'S WHY BOTH CANDIDATES KNOW TONIGHT'S DEBATE IS CRUCIAL. A CLEAR VICTORY BY EITHER MAN COULD GO A LONG WAY IN DETERMINING WHO WINS THE ELECTION. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, TEMPE, ARIZONA))
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The traditional mourning period is over for those grieving the loss of hundreds of Russian children and adults in a school last month. But fears are rising that grief may now turn to thoughts of violence and revenge. Beth Knobel (noble) has the story.
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((The town of Beslan is still grieving. Today marks 40 days since the end of the school siege--and by orthodox tradition, the close of the official mourning period. Women will now stop wearing only black, and men will shave the beards they've grown for the past six weeks. People are now supposed to get on with their lives, but with more than 330 people killed in this small town--many in beslan can think only of revenge. Officials fear retribution will start now that the mourning period is ending, and have called in extra police to help prevent reprisals. (toddler survivor in hospital) Other survivors are spending this 40th day in the hospital. Moscow's Speransky Children's Hospital still has 14 patients from beslan. The prognosis for all of them is excellent, though some like 19 month old Azamat Mukagov will still need more surgery. (CAN SUPER--SEPTEMBER 10, 2004) And when we first met 14 year-old Vika Tsgoyeva a month ago, she couldn't get out of bed--or speak above a whisper. The doctors said pieces of a grenade lodged so deep in Vika's brain that they couldn't be removed. +dissolve to today But today, Vika's up and about--not yet back to her old self, but clearly on the way. Vika Tsgoyeva/Beslan Survivor "I had a bad headache last week, but overall i feel pretty good," she says, "I never thought i'd get better this fast." Vika passes the time playing video games with her brother in her hospital room, and has resumed studying with a tutor. But though her physical state is improving, like many other Beslan survivors, the psychological wounds will take far longer than 40 days to heal. BK, CBS News, Moscow ))




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A divided Supreme Court is grappling with whether it's unconstitutionally cruel to execute 16- and 17-year-old criminals. The court has already barred execution of people under age 16. A lawyer for a 17-year-old killer told justices that the U-S is ``literally alone in the world'' in executing juveniles. But Missouri's lawyer told justices not to be swayed by ``what happens in the rest of the world.''



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Today marks ten years since parole was abolished in Virginia.
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Senator George Allen joined Attorney General Jerry Kilgore in Richmond to celebrate the anniversary. Both men praised the legislation for making the Commonwealth a better place to call home.
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((JERRY KILGORE/ATTORNEY GENERAL: IF OUR COMMUNITIES AREN'T SAFE HOW CAN WE EXPECT OUR SCHOOLS TO FUNCTION. IF OUR COMMUNITIES AREN'T SAFE WHO'S GOING TO WANT TO LOCATE A BUSINESS IN THAT COMMUNITY. THE SHORT ANSWER IS NO ONE WILL.))
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But the anniversary was also marked with protest. "Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants" want to see more money go towards making inmates productive citizens once they're released. They'd also like to see parole reinstated.
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((KEITH DEBLASIO: WHEN YOU GET INTO GERIATRIC PRISONERS YOU COULD RUN UP TO 75,000 DOLLARS A YEAR HOUSING THAT INDIVIDUAL WHEN THEY'D BE MUCH MORE OF A BENEFIT TO THE COMMUNITY TO BE OUT.))
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six, we'll explain why ten years later the issue is far from being resolved.


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Three coaches team up to fight cancer. We'll explain coming up in Healthcheck.
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And word of a new machine that can detect breast cancer faster than mammograms.
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The best way to beat breast cancer is to catch it early. But for some women, the mammogram may be sub-standard. Doctors are now testing a new machine that may be able to find breast cancer sooner. Doctor Sean Kenniff has the story.

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(( LIKE MOST WOMEN, MICHELE PALMIERI WORRIES ABOUT BREAST CANCER. (SOT- Michelle Palmieri/Study Participant) "Obvious

ly I don't want to have cancer, and I want to be able to catch it early and conquer it." THAT'S WHY SHE HAS A YEARLY MAMMOGRAM. BUT THIS YEAR ITS GOING TO BE DIFFERENT. SHE'S ENTERING A CLINICAL TRIAL BEING CONDUCTED AT MEMORIAL REGIONAL HOSPITAL. (STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS/Miami, FL) The clinical trial is designed to test the accuracy of digital mammography versus traditional mamography. Doctors are hoping the flexibility of the digital systems will allow them to detect breast cancer early at its most curable stages. DR. MARY HAYES SAYS THERE ARE SEVERAL ADVANTAGES TO GOIN
G DIGITAL. (SOT-Dr. Mary Hayes/Memorial Regional Hospital) "The digital image is very flexible, we can enhance, we can

magnify, we can comapre we can move the images..." AND TRADITIONAL MAMMOGRAPHY HAS IT'S LIMITATIONS. AT BEST IT DETECTS CANCER ONLY 85 PERCNT OF THE TIME. IN YOUNGER WOMEN IT'S EVEN WORSE, SOMEWHERE AROUND 50 TO 70 PERCENT ACCURATE. THE MORE FLEXIBLE DIGITAL SYSTEMS CAN EVEN COMPARE ONE CASE TO THOUSANDS OF OTHERS IN A DATA BANK..... FINDING TUMORS A
RADIOLOGIST MIGHT HAVE MISSED. A BETTER TEST, COULD MEAN FEWER TESTS. (SOT-Dr. Mary Hayes/Memorial Regional Hospital

) "That means we can limit the amount of radiation exposure that women undergo for this annual mammographic test." MICHELE IS HAPPY ABOUT THAT, BUT LIKE MOST WOMEN, SHE JUST WANTS THE BEST SHOT AT FINDING AND BEATING BREAST CANCER. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS. ))



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A woman who wrote a book about her battle with breast cancer that was later turned into the a television movie was in Roanoke today.
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Journalist and author Betty Rollin joined hundreds of women for the 6th annual Pink Ribbon gathering.
Rollin is a two time breast cancer survivor -- a fight she talks about in her book "First You Cry".
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(( WANT WOMEN TO BE LESS AFRAID BECAUSE SOMETIMES WOMEN AREN'T GOOD ABOUT GETTING THEMSELVES CHECKED BECAUSE THERE AFRAID THEY'LL FIND OUT THAT THEY HAVE IT. BUT IF YOU GET YOURSELF CHECKED AND YOU HAVE IT AND IT'S CAUGHT EARLY NO PROBLEM USUALLY))
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Rollin wasn't the only highlight of the event -- three college basketball coaches made a special announcement as well.
The coaches from VMI, Virginia Tech, and Roanoke College are planning to host a formal gala in May to raise money for the American Cancer society.
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((REAL EXCITEMENT BETWEEN VIRGINIA TECH AND VMI WE'RE PLAYING THEM IN BASKETBALL THIS YEAR.IT'S THE ONE TIME SETH AND I CAN GET TOGETHER AND NOT SQUEEZE EACH... NO HE'S A GREAT GUY AND I'VE KNOWN PAGE FOR A LONG LONG TIME SO WE JUST THOUGHT WITH NUMBERS THERE IS GREATER STRENGTH))
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The coaches are participating in Coaches for Cancer a national venture between the National Basketball Association and the American Cancer Society. The group has raised more 22 million dollars in eleven years.
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Oil prices take another toll on Wall Street. Details are still ahead in Marketwatch.
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Matt Kenseth could sure use a good day at Charlotte. We'll hear from him just ahead in our ticker.
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And it sounds scary, but if you want to predict who will win election day, check out sales of Halloween masks.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to your midweek ticker which starts on the diamond. The Yankees and Red Sox resume their American League Championship Series tonight in the Bronx with the Yanks up 1 game to none. And in Saint Louis, the Cardinals and Stros lace 'em up in Game One of the NLCS.
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In one off the field note today, Buena Vista's Charlie Manuel has interviewed with the Philadelphia Phillies for their managerial vacancy. Manuel led the Cleveland Indians to a divisonal title three years ago, and is one of several candidates for the Philly job. He would be reunited with Jim Thome if hired by the club.
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West Virginia and Connecticut get the college football weekend started tonight, and then tomorrow Miami steps out of the ACC to face Louisville. The Canes can once and for all, put an end to the Cardinals BCS hopes. But Larry Coker is quite impressed with their balanced attack."
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The Chase for the Nextel Cup moves to Charlotte this weekend, where defending series champ Matt Kenseth recorded his first career victory four years ago. He finished 3rd at Lowe's in the spring and needs something good to happen following three straight finishes of 14th or worse.
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Three prominent college basketball coaches have joined the fight against cancer.
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Virginia Tech's Seth Greenberg, VMI's Bart Bellairs and Roanoke basketball coach Page Moir are passionate about promoting breast cancer awareness month. You heard from Coach Bellairs earlier about why they've joined the fight, here's Page Moir.
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The three coaches are not only teaming up for the "evening at center court" gala in May they also officially tip off preseason practice this weekend.
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That's it for the ticker. Steve Mason will be here at six with a big announcement from Joe Gibbs racing. Have a great night everybody.

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Higher oil prices led once again to lower stock prices. Marcella Palmer has the story in today's Marketwatch report.
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For a clue as to who might win the presidential election, pay attention on Halloween.
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The Factory Card Outlet in Cedar Rapids is selling President Bush and John Kerry Halloween masks. Well, it was until it sold out of Kerry masks. According to one study, the sale of Halloween masks has predicted the winner of the presidential election in every year dating back to 1980. While Kerry has the advantage in Cedar Rapids, other parts of the country are reporting the reverse.
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Roanoke again debates the future of Victory stadium
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and we'll wrap up tonight's presidential debate.
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