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Today on News 7 at 5, four people are injured and five are arrested following a vandalism spree in Roanoke.
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Plus the Presidential campaign is in its final hours. We'll catch up with the President and Senator Kerry in two reports.
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Close to a record pace today in terms of warm temperatures. Another mild effort again tomorrow.

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Also today, Giles County residents are told they can use their water again.
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In medical news, doctors believe they have found a drug to help people with Down's Syndrome.
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Plus we'll see wht the state is doing to make sure the polls are safe tomorrow. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Just hours before the polls open and with polls showing a dead heat, Senator Kerry and President Bush make their last pleas for the undecided voters.
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President Bush is making his final campaign swing through the Midwest.
He is telling supporters they'll get a stronger America if the keep him in the White House.
Aleen Sirgany reports from Washington.
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((SIX STATES, SEVEN RALLIES IN 17 HOURS...

(nat bush: the finish line is in sight)


PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS IT'S THE END OF A MARATHON, AS HE RUNS THE LAST LAP TOWARD ANOTHER FOUR YEARS IN THE WHITE HOUSE. HE'S CRISS-CROSSING THE COUNTRY, FROM A JOINT APPEARANCE WITH WORLD SERIES PITCH KURT SCHILLING IN OHIO...

(nat cheers)


TO A RAUCUOUS RALLY IN PENNSYLVANIA...

(nat FOUR MORE YEARS)


TO WISCONSIN... ALL BATTLEGROUND STATES. AT EACH STOP, HE PRESENTS A SUMMATION OF WHY HE DESERVES TO WIN...

(SOT: I will never relent in defending this country..what ever it takes)


...AND WHY HIS OPPONENT DOESN'T:

(SOT he voted 98 times to increase taxes in 20 years in senate)


AND IN THE FINAL HOURS TO ELECTION DAY, AS HE HAS FOR MUCH OF THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL, MISTER BUSH IS USING LEADERSHIP AS THE KEY ISSUE.

(SOT)

If you think pres should stand by his word, I ask you to come stand with me.)
THE PRESIDENT REPORTEDLY HAS A BUDGET OF 125 MILLION DOLLARS TO GET HIS SUPPORTERS MOBILIZED, MORE THAN DOUBLE THE AMOUNT FOR SENATOR KERRY.

(STANDUP)

THE PRESIDENT BUSH SPEND TONIGHT AT HIS RANCH IN CRAWFORD, TEXAS. HELL VOTE THERE BEFORE HEADING BACK TO WASHINGTON TOMORROW. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.)

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With less than a day to go, John Kerry told supporters that "the world is watching.'' The Democrat says he feels ''fabulous'' and is more than ready to lead. Drew Levinson is on the Kerry campaign trail in Boston.
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((TIME IS SHORT -- BUT THE HOURS REMAIN LONG FOR SENATOR JOHN KERRY.... AS HE CONTINUES TO CHARGE THROUGH BATTLEGROUND STATES. HE'S RACING THROUGH WISCONSIN, MICHIGAN AND OHIO. .... A TRIO OF SWING STATES THAT COULD MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE.

SOT - JOHN KERRY -

"I need you in these hours to go out and do the hard work - knock on those doors, make those phone calls - talk to friends - take people to the polls!"

(LOCATOR: MILWAUKEE, WI)


WISCONSIN IS CONSIDERED A MUST-WIN FOR BOTH CANDIDATES. IT WENT TO THE DEMOCRATS LAST TIME, BY FEWER THAN 6-THOUSAND VOTES. KERRY AND PRESIDENT BUSH HAVE SATURATED THE STATE - AIMING TO SCOOP UP EVERY LAST VOTE. TODAY -- THEY'RE CAMPAIGNING WITHIN BLOCKS OF EACH OTHER.

SOT - KERRY -

"In 1960, it was Wisconsin that lifted John Kennedy over the top into the presidency and I'm countin' on you in 2004!"

(BRIDGE) COPLEY SQUARE

WHILE KERRY IS ON THE STUMP... CAMPAIGN WORKERS HERE IN BOSTON ARE ANXIOUSLY PREPARING... FOR WHAT THEY HOPE WILL BE A VICTORY CELEBRATION, TOMORROW NIGHT.

(nats..kerry)

ON THE FINAL DAY TO PITCH HIS PRESIDENTIAL PLANS.... ADVISERS SAY KERRY IS NO LONGER CONCERNED ABOUT GENERATING BIG TURNOUTS AT RALLIES. .... INSTEAD, HE'S MAKING QUICK STOPS TO ATTRACT LOCAL MEDIA COVERAGE, THAT MIGHT SWAY VOTERS.

SOT - KERRY -

"I ask you to join me to change the direction of this country!"
THE LATEST POLLS CALL THIS RACE A STATISTICAL TIE. .... AND KERRY'S CAMPAIGN IS FIGHTING HARD TO BREAK IT. STRATEGISTS ON BOTH SIDES SAY - TUESDAY'S ELECTION WILL HINGE.. ON WHICH PARTY SUCCEEDS IN TURNING VOTER SUPPORT INTO VOTER TURNOUT. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, BOSTON.))

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Millions of Virginians will cast ballots in tomorrow's election, but what's being done to keep voters safe? Richmond Bureau Chief, Jennifer Wishon, takes a look.
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((WE'VE DIGITIZED THE ENTIRE STATE.))
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Commonwealth Preparedness director, George Foresman, calls tomorrow's election the biggest challenge the U-S has faced since September eleventh.
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((GEORGE FORESMAN: THERE'S BEEN A LOT OF DIALOGUE AND DISCUSSION OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS ABOUT WHAT'S THE RIGHT APPROACH TO SECURITY WHILE YOU PRESERVE INDIVIDUAL CIVIL LIBERTIES, WHILE YOU PRESERVE THE CORE VALUES OF THE DEMOCRACY.))


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A discussion Virginia has led. Foresman, along with Governor Mark Warner worked with seven other states to develop a national template on how to deal with disruptions on election day.
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((MARK WARNER: EVERYBODY HAS TO MAKE THE LOCAL DECISION, BUT WHAT WE WANTED TO ENSURE THAT THERE WOULD BE ADEQUATE SECURITY AT POLLING PLACES BUT NOT TO THE POINT THAT WE WOULD INTIMIDATE VOTERS OR SCARE THEM AWAY.))
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The state has been working with local registrars and public safety officials for the past six months. The advice has been to take a traditional approach. In most localities police will be on call but they will conduct business as usual. However, Chesterfield County, just south of Richmond, is stepping up its traditional approach. It plans to have uniformed officers manning the polls.
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[SOT 11:42:31]
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((LAWRENCE HAAKE: WE LOOKED AT THE WARNINGS OF HOMELAND SECURITY AT THE FEDERAL LEVEL AND AT THE STATE LEVEL. THEN WE LOOKED AT THE NATURE OF THE ELECTION - THE LARGE CROWDS EXPECTED, THE TRAFFIC CONGESTION THAT GOES WITH THAT.))
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Some fear a police presence will intimidate voters. Haake says police will only intimidate those who'd like to commit a crime.
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[IN Q=Those who want to]

((LAWRENCE HAAKE: THOSE WHO WANT TO COMMIT VOTER FRAUD OR VOTE ILLEGALLY, I THINK THEY MAY BE A LITTLE SHY KNOWING THERE'S A POLICE OFFICER THERE AND I SAY GOOD, IF THAT'S THE CASE.))
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The Department of Justice is sending members of its civil rights division to monitor the election in Chesterfield County. Meanwhile, George Foresman says Virginians will be first to know if a specific threat arises. Jennifer Wishon, News 7.))


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News 7 will bring you live election day coverage on all newscasts tomorrow. CBS national coverage begins at 6:30 p.m., and once the Virginia polls close at 7:00, we'll have live local updates every 30 minutes.
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[Take WDBJ Election Web FS #]

We'll bring you updated numbers from key area races throughout the evening, and for the latest results on all area races, you can go any time to our web page at wdbj7-dot-com.
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An accident in Montgomery has shut down Route 8.
V-DOT says the road is closed about two and an half miles south of Interstate 81.
First-Responders say it could take up to nine hours to reopen the road.
V-DOT says drivers should take alternate routes.

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Several Roanoke City school children are hit by pellet gun fire while waiting at the bus stop- and more than 55 cars are damaged by bb gun fire.. a crime spree that police say lasted over night and into the morning.
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Patrick Henry High students were waiting at the bus stop at Elm Avenue and Sixth Street Southwest this morning when a van drove up and the shots were fired.
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((MARY CRAIGHEAD/PATRICK HENRY FRESHMAN: I JUST HEAR LIKE THREE GUNSHOTS AND I TURNED TO LOOK AND I THOUGHT IT WAS A REAL GUN AND IT WAS JUST PELLET GUN.))
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Four students were hit... three had welts on their stomach, back and arms...
14 year old Ricky Eades was hit near the eye-
Roanoke police say shots were fired at two other bus stops.. but no serious injuries at those stops.
Roanoke City police say 59 cars were were damaged by b-b pellets.
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((BARBARA HUNT: I THINK IT'S JUST A RANDOM ACT OF VIOLENCE. MY STEREO WASN'T TAKEN OUT OF MY CAR JUST MY GLASS WAS BROKEN.))
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Police have arrested five people.. four of them are underage. One is an 18 year old- Wilbert Hardy of Roanoke.
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Still to come on the newscast, more people are taken hostage in Iraq, including one American.
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Plus several Roanoke families will have to find a new home after their apartments caught fire this morning.
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Iraqi police now say an American is among the six people abducted in a deadly raid at an office in western Baghdad.
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Police say gunmen stormed the compound of a Saudi construction company, and captured an American, a Nepalese and four Iraqi guards. Witnesses say as many as 20 armed attackers were involved. The attack came at the traditional sunset meal breaking the daylong Muslim fast during Ramadan. Police say one Iraqi guard and one of the attackers were killed in the shootout that followed.
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An apartment caught fire in northwest Roanoke this morning.
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Crews had the fire at Ferncliff Apartments under control in a few minutes.
Six units had smoke and water damage.
The apartment where the fire started had about 60-thousand dollars in damage.
The Red Cross is helping the tenants who have been displaced.
No one was hurt.
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A broken water line that caused problems for people in Giles County today has been fixed.
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A 6-inch line in front of the court house in Pearisburg sprung a leak around 5:00 this morning. The break forced the closure of two schools and even flooded the sheriff's office basement. Earlier today, town officials asked people in the town to conserve water.
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That request has now been lifted. However the first time people turn their faucets back on, they should watch for rust or sediment in the water. They are advised to run the water for a minute or to two to flush out the system.

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Containers of olive oil will soon carry a new message... it's good for your heart.
The Food and Drug Administration says olive oil manufacturers can promote their product as a way to reduce the risk of coronary disease.
The agency says a dozen different studies show that most people can help thier hearts by replacing butter and other oils which are high in saturated fat with olive oil.
The F-D-A says there is one catch. People won't see any health benefits from olive oil if they start eating more in general.

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Doctors are finding an experimental drug used to help Alzheimer's patients has another use as well.
It may help improve the lives of those born with Down Syndrome.
Dr. Sean Kenniff has more.
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(((Durham, NC) EVEN THOUGH SHE HAS DOWN SYNDROME, MOLLY TEW (two) IS LIKE ANY 15-YEAR-OLD IN MIDDLE SCHOOL. SOME CLASSES ARE EASY WHILE OTHERS PRESENT A CHALLENGE.

(SOT-Molly Tew/Suffers from Down Syndrome)

"Algebra, having a hard time in algebra." :04
AND LIKE OTHER KIDS WITH DOWN SYNDROME SHE HAS DIFFICULTY EXPRESSING HERSELF. ESPECIALLY WHEN SHE HAS TO PUT IT DOWN ON PAPER.

(SOT-Vickie Youngblood/Molly's Mother)

"the most difficulty she has is if you give her an essay question. She has difficulty expressing what she knows." :08

(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS)

SO MOLLY'S MOTHER DECIDED TO ENROLL HER DAUGHTER IN AN EXPERIMENTAL TRIAL TO SEE IF A DRUG USED TO TREAT ALZHEIMER'S PATIENTS COULD ALSO WORK FOR CHILDREN WITH DOWN SYNDROME.

(SOT-Dr. Priya Kishnani/Duke University Medical Center)

"there are a number of similarities in the brains of individuals with down syndrome and those who have alzheimer's disease." :05
DUKE UNIVERSITY'S PRIYA (pre-ya) KISHNANI (kish-nan-ee) SAYS ALZHEIMER'S AND DOWN SYNDROME BRAINS LACK A CHEMICAL CALLED ACETYLCHOLINE
('a-set-eel-coal-lean').... WHICH PLAYS A MAJOR ROLE IN LEARNING,

LANGUAGE AND ATTENTION. FOR YEARS ALZHEIMER'S PATIENTS HAVE BEEN GIVEN THE DRUG DONEPEZIL, BETTER KNOWN AS ARICEPT, TO MAKE UP FOR THE DEFICIENCY.

(SOT-Dr. Priya Kishnani/Duke University Medical Center)

"donepizil actually increases the amount of acetylcholine available for utilization in the brain." :06
AFTER GIVING THE DRUG TO MOLLY AND OTHER KIDS IN THE STUDY RESEARCHERS FOUND OVERALL IMPROVEMENTS IN THE ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS. THE RESULTS WERE NOT DRAMATIC BUT MOLLY NOTICED A DIFFERENCE.

SOT-Molly Tew/Suffers from Down Syndrome)

"it helps me to concentrate on my homework and classwork." :05
BECAUSE IT IS STILL EXPERIMENTAL FOR DOWN SYNDROME MOLLY IS NO LONGER ON THE DRUG.
RESEARCHERS SAY MUCH MORE STUDY IS NEEDED TO PROVE IT IS EFFECTIVE AND SAFE IN THE LONG TERM.
BUT IT DOES OFFER HOPE.... THAT HELP MAY BE ON THE HORIZON. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.)

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Coming up next on the newscast, Robin Reed will have our election day forecast.
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[VO] Plus a little later, we'll see a couple who literally took the plunge.
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Next on the newscast, Mike Stevens will let us know how the 'Hoos and the Hokies are doing in the B-C-S standings.

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And we will see if weekend movie goers held a grudge against Sarah Michelle Gellar.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to a brand new workweek. The ticker this afternoon begins with the new BCS numbers that were released today.
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[GO TO APRISA 1074] Notice that while USC and Oklahoma locked down their spots at the top, Miami and Florida State took a hike dropping to 10th and 13th. Auburn moves up to third, followed by the Ca; Golden Bears and the Big Ten's Wisconsin Badgers. Virginia inched up two spots, as did the Hokies. Tech and UVa not only need to keep winning, but also hope for a little losing from some others.
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The Hokies picked up their second ACC player of the week award this afternoon as the Conference office announced its selections for the the just completed week of play.
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Freshman cornerback Roland Minor, who intercepted two Ga. Tech passes in the closing minutes of last Thursday's game has been named the league's defensive back of the week. Minor, who is from Washington, DC, returned the second pick for a touchdown. Not surprisingly, the five of the other six weekly awards went to players from either Maryland of Carolina.
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In case you missed it yesterday when the start time for this coming Saturday's games were announced.
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[GO TO APRISA 12003] The Tech at North Carolina game this Saturday is set for Noon in Chapel Hill. The game at Kenan Stadium will be on ESPN2.
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[GO TO APRISA 12004] And the Maryland- Virginia game was picked up by ABC sports and it will kickoff at 3:30 from Scott Stadium this Saturday afternoon.
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November has arrived and the Virginia football team finds itself 12th in the nation and in contention for the ACC title. Steve Mason visited with the Cavs today in Charlottesville and has reaction to an eventful college football weekend.

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On Wall Street today, stocks ended modestly higher, as investors remained cautious on the eve of Election Day. Jean Lee has more.
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It wasn't the biggest wedding ever, but a florida couple's nuptials may have been the biggest ever held *under water*.
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47-year-old Lena Scott and 52-year-old Tom Loveday gurgled their "I do's" 30 feet below the surface of the Atlantic about six miles off Key Largo, Florida. They were joined by 112 other divers including a notary public who not only officiated the ceremony but who owns Key Largo's Atlantis Dive Center, where Scott is employed. The couple met eight years ago when Loveday, a certified dive instructor, taught Scott how to scuba dive. Becasue it was Halloween, sonme of the divers also wore costumes. Scott and Loveday's achievement will be submitted to Guinness for consideration.
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Halloween has kept Sarah Michelle Gellar's new movie at the top of the box office for a second week in a row.


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"The Grudge" made another 22 million dollars. that makes its two week total close to 70 MILLION dollars.
With a budget of ten million, producers are anything but scared about their futures.
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The biography "Ray" opened strong in second place with 20 million dollars. The movie has already drawn Oscar buzz for Jamie Foxx's role as Ray Charles.
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