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Coming up on News 7 at Five. Osama Bin Laden releases a new tape - promising what he calls "The best way to avoid another Manhattan".
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And an American Airlines jet is forced to make an emergency landing in Roanoke.
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Also today, a Craig County school teacher is accused of taking indecent liberties with a child.
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On healthcheck, we'll see how doctors are looking at some more basic causes of cancer.
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Plus we'll see what has Pulaski County residents hitting the road. News 7 at 5 is next.
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He hasn't been seen in a year, but just days before the U-S Election, Osama Bin Laden appears tonight on videotape on Al-Jazeera television.
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In the tape, bin Laden promises a message on what he calls ''the best way to avoid another Manhattan.''
The Al-Qaida leader accepted responsibility for the September 11th attacks. He also accused President Bush of misleading the American people after September 11.
Bin Laden referenced Tuesday's Presidential Election by telling Americans "Your security is not in the hands of Kerry or Bush or al-Qaida. Your security is in your own hands..."
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A Craig County Middle School special education teacher and J-V football coach has been arrested for an alleged crime against a minor. Gregory Todd Baker has been charged with taking indecent liberties with a child by a person in a custodial or supervisory relationship. School officials say Baker was placed on leave with pay after they were told about an incident on school property during a school activity. He is free on 5-thousand dollar bond, and is scheduled for arraignment November 19th.

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A twin-engine commercial jet made an emergency landing in Roanoke this afternoon.
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Passengers said the cabin of American Airlines flight 1240 was full of smoke. The airline said the captain reported vibrations coming from one of the engines, so the pilot shut it down and declared an emergency.
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((YOU COULD TELL ONE WAS STILL RUNNING, BUT WITH THE VIBRATION MOST PEOPLE WERE CONCERNED HOW LONG IN BEFORE SOMETHING WOULD FALL OFF. Keith Humphry/NEWS7: Do think that's a valid concern? That something could fall off? OH, YEAH.))
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Passenger Chris Hoke is a private pilot. He was headed to the Marine Corps Marathon in D-C Sunday. The flight that originated at the Dallas-Fort Worth airport was diverted to Roanoke around one o'clock. American Airlines brought in another plane to take the 126 passengers on to Washington.
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All over the world there are plenty of people who have already voted ahead of election day. Beth Knobel checks in with the American community in Moscow.
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Coming up after the break - Chief Justice William Rehnquist is discharged from the hospital after treatment for thyroid cancer
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as Palestinian leader Yassar Arafat is flown to a French hospital for medical attention dealing with a mysterious blood condition.
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A Palestinian official says Yasser Arafat's condition is ``normal.''
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French paramedics today ferried the ailing Palestinian leader from a helicopter into a military hospital outside Paris.
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((LEILA SHAHID/PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY ENVOY TO PARIS: HE ARRIVED IN GOOD SHAPE - CONSCIOUS. I TALKED TO HIM. HE EXPRESSED HIS APPRECIATION AND THANKS TO THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT FOR HAVING ALLOWED HIM TO BE IN A PROPER HOSPITAL BECAUSE HE HAS BEEN FOR THREE YEARS IN ALMOST A PRISON - A VERY UNHEALTHY PRISON AND PROBABLY IT HAS CONTRIBUTED TO WEAKENING HIM.))

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An official says the hospital has a major trauma center and specializes in blood disorders. Blood tests have shown Arafat has a low platelet count, which is a possible symptom of several illnesses such as leukemia and cancer.
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Chief Justice William Rehnquist is out of the hospital. A Supreme Court spokesman says the nation's top judge was released from National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, where he'd been treated for thyroid cancer. The 80 year old, is expected to be back on the bench Monday. As part of his cancer treatment, Rehnquist underwent a tracheotomy Saturday. There's been no word on just what kind of thyroid cancer Rehnquist has, how advanced it is or what his prognosis looks like.
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In the past cancer was almost always a death sentence... but in recent years new drugs and treatments have allowed people to live longer. Now, doctors are now trying to find out what *causes* cancer. Doctor Mallika Marshall has more.
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(((Belchertown, MA) JUST A FEW YEARS AGO KEN GARABADIAN RECEIVED THE WORST NEWS OF HIS LIFE - DOCTORS TOLD HIM HE HAD A RARE FORM OF STOMACH CANCER.

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"and the prognosis was very dimmost people don't live more than 20 or 21 months with the disease."
MORE THAN ONE PEOPLE ARE DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER EACH YEAR - BUT SCIENTISTS HERE AT THE WHITEHEAD INSTITUTE ARE FINDING NEW WAYS TO BEAT CANCER AT ITS OWN GAME BY UNCOVERING THE DISEASE'S HOLY GRAIL.

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"we're much closer to understanding what makes cancer cells tick and why they are so deadly."

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Dr. Robert Weinberg and his team recently discovered that cancer tumors spread by re-activating a protein that is normally shut off in the early development of the embryo.

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"but somehow cancer cells are some how able to pry open these long silent genes turning them on."

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AT THE DANA FARBER RESEARCHERS ARE HUNTING DOWN THE SEQUENCING OF SPECIFIC D-N-A WHICH PRODUCES THESE PROTEINS. BY MAPPING THE GENETIC CODE FOR CANCER, DOCTOR MATTHEW MEYERSON AND HIS TEAM HOPE THEIR WORK WILL LEAD TO A THERAPY THAT WILL CHANGE THE WAY WE TREAT CANCER.

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"they only kill the cells that have the bad gene in them."
ALREADY THERE HAS BEEN SOME SUCCESSES. RECENTLY, KEN GARABEDIAN WAS GIVEN A NOVEL DRUG CALLED GLEEVEC. THE RESULTS WERE DRAMATIC. KEN WENT FROM HAVING SOME 40 TUMORS SEEN HERE IN RED TO PRACTICALLY NONE IN LESS THAN TWO WEEKS.. WITH VIRTUALLY NO SIDE EFFECTS.

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"I really felt I was the cancer patient of the future. I went to the hospital, I was given a pillI went home and got better. It was a dream come true."
WHILE IT KEPT KEN GARABADIAN'S CANCER IN CHECK FOR MORE THAN A YEAR, HIS TUMORS DID EVENTUALLY RETURN. STILL, SCIENTISTS SAY BY DESIGNING DRUGS TO MATCH THE DNA OF INDIVIDUAL TUMORS THEY ARE NOW CLOSER TO CHANGING THE COURSE OF CANCER CARE AND TREATMENT. DOCTOR MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))

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Folks are starting to get on the bus in Pulaski. The town's new transportation system is finally picking up steam. As New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel DePompa tells us, 17-percent of people in Pulaski DON'T have a driver's license.
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((BUS STOPPING DOORS OPENING... 12:27:00 NATS- COINS IN BOX... 22:24:00 THANK YOU MAIM.. WHERE YOU HEADED. COINS HITTING BOX
Helen Dalton's going to the grocery store. Pulaski buses pick the 80 year old up about twice a week now.

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((HELEN DALTON: THEY GO PLACES NOW THAT I USED TO HAVE TO FIND SOMEONE TO TAKE ME. SO IT'S WONDERFUL.)) [RUNS:08]
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And she's not the only person taking trips. Driver Richard Hayes has seen ridership triple since the service started last month.

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((RICHARD HAYES: MOST PEOPLE ARE VERY GRATEFUL. MOST OF THE FOLKS I HAUL ARE ELDERLY AND THEY DON'T HAVE ANYWAY TO TRAVEL. THEY ARE JUST VERY GRATEFUL.)) [RUNS:11]
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Buses run across the town. Two trail each other about 30 mintues apart, so the waits at stops like this one aren't too long.

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((RACHEL DEPOMPA: STANDUP:FIXED ROUTES LIKE THIS ONE ARE 75 CENTS EACH WAY. YOU CAN ALSO PICK UP A PHONE AND CALL 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE TO GET CURB TO CURB SERVICE FOR TWO DOLLARS EACH WAY.)) [RUNS:10]
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NATS GETTING ON BUS 4:05:00 There are stops all over town. A full trip on the loop takes about and hour. The whole project is being paid for by a state grant.

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((NEIL SHERMAN: WHAT WE TRY TO DO IS DESIGN IT FOR THE COMMUNITY. SO WE MAKE WHAT WE CALL A DEVIATED FIXED ROUTE SO WE CAN ACTUALLY GO PICK PEOPLE UP AT THEIR HOUSE OR GET AS CLOSE TO THERE NEIGHBORHOOD AS POSSIBLE.)) [RUNS:11]
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The hope is to eventually extend the line to Dublin and then into the County. [INSERT GRAPHIC] For more information on the service or to schedule a trip. call 540-980-5040. Rachel DePompa, News 7, Pulaski.))

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Still to come on the newscast
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Coming up next in Sports,
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Mike Stevens will have more from the Hokies on last night's come from behind victory over Georgia Tech.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to your Halloween weekend. The Virginia Tech Hokies made Bobby Dodd Stadium a haunted house for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets last night. Travis Wells has more on the Hokies improbable 34 to 20 win.
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There are some huge game tonight on Friday Football Extra as the postseason picture continues to come into focus.
Here's the complete schedule of games for tonight with the home teams listed on the bottom of each matchup.
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Coming up at the top of the hour - we'll keep our focus in the Atlanta area with more on the Hokies' win last night, plus the Hendrick Motorsports drivers talk about their week of sorrow. Hopes you have a safe night everybody. Shannon will be right back. [GO TO BREAK]

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In financial news, analysts say investors are starting to focus on Tuesday's presidential election and what the outcome is likely to mean for the economy and the market. With that and more, here's Marcella Palmer.
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With all the tragedy surrounding the Nextel Cup race at Martinsville last Sunday, some of the more interesting off-track activities were understandably overlooked.
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The grand marshal of the Subway 500 was none other than the most famous sandwich "pitch-man" in America - Jared Fogel.
Subway's "as real as it gets" spokeman says his true life story has given him a fairytale-like existence.
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Change was down the road for Fogel as he lost 245 pounds largely by eating nothing but Subway food. He say he believes he still has "staying power," because Americans still have a problem when it comes to eating.
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