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Protesting hate crimes in Wyoming, students hold a candlight vigil to show support for a fellow student brutally beaten because he is gay.
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And heated talks in Belgrade, as NATO officials move closer to authorizing airstrikes.
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Your Columbus Day forecast is a pleasant one, with typical Fall temperatures and quite a bit of sunshine.
The complete work week outlook, is coming up.
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U-S bombers are moving into position for possible air strikes against serb forces in yugoslavia.
NATO ministers meet today to authorize military action... if diplomatic efforts to halt violence in Kosovo fail.
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[4:00:36]
U-S Envoy Richard Holbrooke is meeting again this morning with Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic.
He called yesterday's talks "intense."
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Meantime, the bodies of more than 200 Muslem victims of Bosnian War were recovered yesterday in the biggest mass grave yet discovered in the Balkan country.
More than 200-Thousand were killed in Bosnia's war between Muslems, Croats and Serbs.
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A show of support for the gay University of Wyoming Student who was the victim of an apparent 'hate crime.'
About a thousand people attended a candle light vigil outside the school last night.
This morning, 22-year old Matthew Sheppard is clinging to life after being savagely beaten and left for dead last week.
Two men have been charged in the attack.
Chris Schauble reports.
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[SUPER=01-Philip Debois/Univ. of Wyoming President; :18]
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A stray bullet killed a man driving along a rural Buckingham County road.
Authorities say John Sollecito was driving along Virginia-601 around 3-40 yesterday afternoon when he was shot once in the side of the head.
Sherriff's investigators say David Lee Connell was shooting at targets in his yard.
He now stands charged of involuntary manslaughter.

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In sports, the Yankees take one from Cleveland on the road, and the Braves keep their hopes alive.
Roy Stanley has the highlights.
Good Morning Roy.
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It's been hundreds of years since Blackbeard's pirate ship "Queen Anne's Revenge" went to the bottom of the sea.
But underwater acheaologists think they've found it off the coast of North Carolina.
Amanda Lamb of affiliate W-R-A-L took the plunge to the wreck site.
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That was Amanda Lamb of affiliate W-R-A-L reporting.


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Roanoke College's biology department is conducting research that could help scientists find a cure for cancer. Last month the school got a grant that will help continue those efforts.
David Johnson has more.
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(( Roanoke College's biology department is involved in research that's indirectly helping to find a cure for cancer. The program uses baby chicken embryo cells to learn how those cells adjust to sticking to different surfaces within its environment while developing.
Researchers hope their findings will help stop the spread of cancer.
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((DAVID GARDNER/ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN BIOLOGY; THOSE CHANGES IN CELL ADHESION ARE ALSO PERHAPS CHARACTERISTIC OF WHAT CANCEROUS CELLS ARE DOING WHEN THEY METASTISIZE FROM ONE LOCATION IN THE BODY TO ANOTHER. SO HOPEFULLY WHAT WE COME TO LEARN ABOUT CHANGES IN DEVELOPMENTAL CELL ADHESION MAY HAVE SOME APPLICATIONS IN CHANGES TO NEOPLASTIC CELL ADHESION.))
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Last month, the school got a 40-thousand dollar grant to further that research. [STAND-UP/16:31:28] ((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; THE GRANT WILL NOT ONLY HELP FURTHER THE RESEARCH EFFORTS, BUT ALSO THE EDUCATION OF UNDERGRADUATES HELPING WITH THAT RESEARCH.)) [RUNS07]
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((DAVID GARDNER/ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN BIOLOGY; THAT'S AN IMPORTANT PART OF THEIR EDUCATION. IT PERMITS THEM TO MAKE A MORE INFORMED DECISION ABOUT GOING ON TO GRADUATE SCHOOL. SO IT'S IMPORTANT FOR THEIR SKILLS AS THEY COME OUT OF FOUR YEARS HERE AT THE COLLEGE.)) [RUNS13]
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The grant is part of a continuous endowment that the school receives from a variety of sources.

David Johnson, News7, Salem.))[Health-Check]


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In medical news, a new study indicates women are more likely to die after a heart attack than men.
Rick Jackson has that story and more in this morning's Health check.
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(( GOOD MORNING.
AN IMPORTANT, NEW STUDY SUGGESTS THERE MAY BE A LINK BETWEEN A WOMAN'S AGE.. AND HER CHANCES OF SURVIVING A HEART ATTACK.
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RESEARCHERS AT YALE UNIVERSITY LOOKED AT MORE THAN A THOUSAND HEART ATTACK PATIENTS.
THEY FOUND THAT WOMEN YOUNGER THAN 75 WERE FAR MORE LIKELY TO DIE AFTER A HEART ATTACK.. THAN MEN IN THE SAME AGE GROUP.
BUT THE STUDY ALSO FOUND THAT FEMALE PATIENTS OVER THE AGE OF 75 ACTUALLY FAIRED BETTER THAN THEIR MALE COUNTERPARTS.
RESEARCHERS SAY THE FINDINGS HIGHLIGHT THE NEED FOR FURTHER HEART STUDIES THAT TAKE INTO ACCOUNT BOTH SEX AND AGE.//
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HEALTH OFFICIALS ARE SPREADING THE WORD ABOUT A DISEASE THAT IS PREYING ON THE ELDERLY.
PNEUMONIA CLAIMS THE LIVES OF AT LEAST 40-THOUSAND OLDER AMERICANS EACH YEAR.
DOCTORS SAY SENIORS ARE MOST VULNERABLE BECAUSE THEY USUALLY HAVE WEAKENED IMMUNE SYSTEMS--ALONG WITH OTHER HEALTH-RELATED PROBLEMS.
THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON AGING IS RECOMMENDING THAT EVERYONE AGE 65 AND OVER GET THE PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINE-- WHICH IS 90-PERCENT EFFECTIVE AGAINST THE MOST COMMON TYPE OF PNEUMONIA.//
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AND RESEARCHERS GIVE VITAMIN C AN --A-- WHEN IT COMES TO PREVENTING LUNG DISEASE.
A STUDY DONE IN CHINA FOUND THAT PEOPLE WHO CONSUMED HIGH LEVELS OF VITAMIN C... HAD A LOWER RISK OF EMPHYSEMA, CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, AND OTHER PULMONARY DISEASES.
PARTICIPANTS IN THE STUDY CONSUMED ABOUT 151 MILIGRAMS OF VITAMIN C A DAY-- 50-PERCENT MORE THAN THE AVERAGE U-S INTAKE.
THE REPORT WAS PUBLISHED IN THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY.//
AND THAT IS A LOOK AT TODAY'S MEDICAL NEWS. I'M RICK JACKSON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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A candlelight vigil was held last night near the Univeristy of Wyoming campus to show support for student Matthew Shepherd.
Shepherd remains in a coma following a brutal attack last week.
Police believe he was targeted because he is gay.
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Unlike most other federal employees, House and Senate members will be working this Columbus Day.
With a budget still far from done, their main order of business will be to pass a third stopgap spending bill to keep most of the government from shutting down at midnight.
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And the University of Virginia's governing board has approved plans to replace University Hall.
The school's 33-year old arena was closed in August so repairs could be made to its roof.
A new arena will cost around 75 million dollars.
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And that's what's making news on this Monday October 12-th.
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News 7 Mornin' will be right back.




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The Federal budget battle is heating up once again.
A stop-gap measure to keep the government running expires at midnight but President Clinton says he'll sign another one if necessary.
Congressional negotiators are busy trying to find common ground on eight unfinished spending bills but insiders say another two days are needed.
Doug Poling reports.
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(( LOOKING FOR A WAY TO BREAK THE FEDERAL BUDGET IMPASSE, PRESIDENT CLINTON MET WITH HIS TOP AIDES AND DEMOCRATIC LEADERS OF CONGRESS AT THE WHITE HOUSE. A KEY BATTLEGROUND IN THE BUDGET TALKS IS THE FUNDING OF MR. CLINTON'S PROPOSALS FOR HIRING TEACHERS AND SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION.

SOT: CLINTON "we are waiting for the republican majority in congress

to bring this education investment bill to the floor. the delay must end. on education, congress must choose progress over partisanship."

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they'll have to give some and we'll have to give some and we're prepared to do that."
TRACK: REPUBLICANS SAY THEY'LL GIVE THE PRESIDENT SOME OF THE MONEY HE WANTS FOR EDUCATION AS LONG AS LOCAL OFFICIALS GET TO DETERMINE HOW IT IS SPENT.

SOT: Rep. Dick Armey/Majority Leader COURTESY: "THIS WEEK/ABC NEWS"

"the local community can use that money to buy books, to hire teachers, to repair or do maintenance on their building. they can do anything they want."
ARMEY IS AMONG THOSE REPUBLICANS WHO HAVE ACCUSED THE PRESIDENT OF BEING MORE INTERESTED IN ATTENDING FUNDRAISERS THAN SERIOUS BUDGET NEGOTIATIONS.

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"i'm disturbed by the fact the president of the united states rather than being here to negotiate with us tomorrow is going to new york to hold a million dollar fundraiser for chuck schumer."

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"they shouldn't be worried about whether the president is here or not. the president is here, the president sent the bills. i'm worried about what they do when they are here. they kill everything that the american people want."
TRACK: BOTH THE HOUSE AND SENATE WILL RESUME WORK IN THE MORNING. A TOP PRIORITY IS LIKELY TO BE THE PASSAGE OF ANOTHER STOPGAP MEASURE.. TO KEEP THE GOVERNMENT RUNNING PAST MIDNIGHT MONDAY. THAT'S WHEN THE LATEST TEMPORARY SPENDING BILL IS SET TO EXPIRE. DOUG POLING, CBS NEWS.))

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In Wyoming, a candlelight vigil for a 22-year-old gay man found brutally- beaten last week.
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University of Woming student Matthew Shepard was found pistol-whipped and tied to a fence in near-freezing temperatures.
A girlfriend of one of the two jailed suspects claims the idea was to rob shepard, not kill him, out of hate for gays.
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Shepherd remains in a coma and on a respirator.
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A man driving along a rural Buckingham County road was struck and killed by a stray bullett yesterday afternoon.
Authorities say John Sollecito was driving along Virginia-601 around 3-40 when he was shot once in the side of the head.
Sherriff's investigators say David Lee Connell was shooting at targets in his yard.
He now stands charged of involuntary manslaughter.

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The University of Virginia may get a new basketball arena.
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U-V-A's governing board approved a plan to replace University Hall.
The schools 85-hundred seat arena was closed in August when engineers found that some of the cables that support the domed roof were broken.
The building is expected to re-open next month.
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The 33-year old arena is the smallest in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

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Retail stocks have taken a hit lately, but that doesn't mean they're a bad investment.
Scott Goldberg explains in this week's Common Sense.
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(( American retail stocks have, for the most part, been able to survive the recent turmoil in the stock market.
But even the retailers have taken a hit lately.
So does that mean retail stocks are no longer a good buy?
Not according to Davenport and Company's Ken Gassman.
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((KEN GASSMAN.RETAIL ANALYST: WE'RE GETTING BUY SIGNALS FROM THE RETAIL STOCKS. TYPICALLY WHEN THE RETAIL SECTOR BOTTOMS, IT'S THE FOOD STOCKS THAT LEAD THE WAY OUT OF THE BOTTOM. IF YOU LOOK AT FOOD LION, OTHERS, THEY'RE EITHER AT THEIR LOWS OR HAVE BOUNCED OFF THEIR LOWS. WE BELIEVE THAT YOU SHOULD BE LOOKING VERY HARD INTO FOOD STOCKS AND OTHER STOCKS AS WELL.)) [RUNS 17]
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That's this week's Common Sense.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
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We have an update on the University of Wyoming student.
A hospital spokesman in Fort Collins Colorado says Matthew Shepard is dead.
Shepard had been on life support since he was attacked.

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There's another big retail store in the Valley View Mall area and it held its grand opening yesterday.
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"Target" officially opened its doors for business, although the store has actually been open since last Wednesday. The store manager says she's excited about being in the Star City.
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Outdoors, there was live entertainment. Inside, there were celebrities ready to greet adults and children including "Guiding Light" soap star Ben Warren, Barbie, and the store's Christmas characters. The Minneapolis-based store employs about 160 people and there are plans to hire more for the Christmas season. Roanoke's Target grand opening was one of a dozen the company held yesterday as part of its east coast expansion.
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For a little dog found in the mid-east, a reunion seemed unlikely.
That's because Blackie wasn't just lost, he was REALLY lost.
Somehow, he made his wat from Pennsylvanie to Indiana.
Rick Dawson from affiliate W-I-S-H has the story.
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In sports, Dale Jarrett gets a win, and Jeff Gordon moves closer to another title.
Roy Stanley has details.
Good Morning Roy.
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Now here's another look at today's top local stories:
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A 40-thousand dollar grant will help Roanoke College students and professors continue cancer-cure research.
Researchers hope to figure out how cells stick to other surfaces.
They say that could help with treatments to stop the spread of cancerous cells.
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U-V-A's 33-year old basketball arena will be replaced.
The board of visitors has approved a replacement for the aging University Hall-- the oldest basketball arena in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The new arena will cost about 75-Million dollars.
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And another big retail store is open in the Roanoke Valley.
Target officially opened its doors yesterday in the Valley View Mall area.
The Minnesota based store employs 160-people and expects to hire more during the Christmas holiday season.
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