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Today on News 7 at 5, thousands of Americans mark Martin Luther King Junior Day by marching on the South Carolina capitol building.
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also people who want tickets to the sold out Brittney Spears concert may have one last shot, but it will prove expensive.

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It's been a while since winter type precipitation slipped into the forecast. Plan for a slower morning drive. Details ahead. [Medical-Head] [ANCHORJean]
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In medical news, doctors say Americans can learn a lesson from David Letterman's heart problems,
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This is the scene in Columbia South Carolina-
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Thousands take to the streets to get the Confederate Flag taken down from the statehouse.

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On the day to honor Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King Junior, the battle over the flag rages in South Carolina.
Protestors say it represents slavery and oppression- while supporters of the flag say it's a symbol of their southern heritage.
Jennifer Jones is in Columbia, South Carolina with more.
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((FOR AS FAR AS THE EYE COULD SEE... MASSES OF PEOPLE...FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY... TOOK TO THE STREETS OF COLUMBIA SOUTH CAROLINA... ALL OF THEM MARCHING TO THE STATE CAPITOL...PROTESTING THE CONFEDERATE FLAG AND ITS PLACE ATOP THE DOME.
Vermelle Rodriques/Protestor woman in wheelchair saying "the flag must come down" AN ESTIMATED CROWD OF 50-THOUSAND STRONG...HERE AT THE CALLING OF THE NAACP... DISPLAYING THEIR PASSION THROUGH SONG, SILENCE AND SPEECHES... Kweisi Mfume/President & CEO, NAACP: President of NAACP/ saying what he feels flag stands for. PARENTS WITH THEIR CHILDREN ON THIS DAY HONORING DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING...ALSO INSISTING THE FLAG MUST COME DOWN. Mrs. Minkler/Protestor:: THE CONFEDERATE FLAG...A SYMBOL IN THE SOUTH DURING THE CIVIL WAR... FOR THOSE WHO FOUGHT TO HOLD TO SLAVERY. STILL THOSE WHO SUPPORT THE FLAG FLYING HERE, INCLUDING A NUMBER OF STATE LAWMAKERS... SAY IT REPRESENTS A PART OF THEIR HISTORY...PRIDE AND HERITAGE. name unknown/guy with confederate flag: JENNIFER JONES STANDUP CLOSE.))



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Protestors in South carolina are also pressing the state to Make Martin Luther King Day a permanent holiday for state workers.
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Elsewhere across the nation people honored Dr. King-
In Atlanta - Ebenezer Baptist church is the place King and his father preached.
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((REP. JOHN LEWIS/D-GEORGIA: MARTIN LUTHER KING JUNIOR SPOKE TO THE HEARTS AND CONSCIOUS OF ALL OF US WHO BLIEVED NON VIOLENCE AND LAW OFFER A MORE EXCELLENT WAY.))
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Vice President Gore joined the King family laying a wreath at King's crypt.
King's birthplace will become part of the national historic site called the Cradle of America's Civil Righs movement.
King's family is urging Americans to treat his as a day "On" rather than a day "off"
They're encouraging Americans to spend the day volunteering or helping the less fortuante.
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For the first time in four years, school children in Lynchburg had the day off for Martin Luther King, but educators preferred to think of it as a "day on".
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Community leaders helped organize a series of events for local children to teach them more about the slain civil rights leader.
Students took a tour of Lynchburg's African- American historical sites, and also watched "Eyes on the Prize", a film about the civil rights movement.
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Meanwhile, Governor Jim Gilmore's suggestion to separate the King holiday from Generals Lee and Jackson is coming under fire from a familiar source.
We'll have more on that at 6.
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A state lawmaker wants to see Virginia's law against pornography get more explicit. We'll have the details on that next.
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And fans who waited IN-line for Britney Spears are upset now that the tickets they didn't get are being scalped ON-line.
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Among the thousands of bills the 2000 General Assembly will take up is a definition of "hardcore pornography."
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The Virginia Code already defines obscene material as appealing to "a shameful or morbid interest in nudity, sexual conduct, sexual excitement, excretory functions ... or sadomasochistic abuse."
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That's apparently NOT explicit enough for Prince William County Republican Bob Marshall.
Marshall warns of the dangers of the Internet, and describes six specific sex acts in his bill, in intimate detail.
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((DEL. BOB MARSHALL/R-PRINCE WILLIAM CO.: YOU KNOW, THERE ARE SOME UNCOMFORTABLE THINGS THAT HAPPEN IN LIFE. MURDER, THE WORD MURDER'S IN THE CODE. I HOPE THIS MAKES PEOPLE UNCOMFORTABLE BECAUSE IT'S A VERY UNCOMFORTABLE TOPIC. BUT IT'S SOMETHING THAT UNFORTUNATELY IS GROWING MORE AND MORE PREVALENT WITH THE WIDESPREAD ACCESS TO OBSCENITY VIA THE INTERNET.))17
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((DEL. CREIGH DEEDS/D-WARM SPRINGS: I HAVE READ THE WORDS, AND IN THE PAST HE'S INTRODUCED MEASURES THAT HAVE BEEN PRETTY EXPLICIT. 35, 40 YEARS AGO, THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES SAID OBSCENITY WAS HARD TO DEFINE, BUT ONE KNEW WHAT IT WAS WHEN ONE SAW IT. AND I THINK THE SAME STILL APPLIES TODAY.))
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Deeds says the risk the legislature runs in defining specific sex acts is that you might miss some-- which could then be deemed legal to portray.
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During Saturday's sell- out of Britney Spears tickets, more than half went to buyers on the internet. Now tickets for the April 7th concert are showing up again on an internet auction site.
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14- year- old Christopher Stump is an enthusiastic Britney Spears fan, who has decorated his room with posters of the young singer.
He and a friend lined up at a Ticketmaster outlet on Saturday morning. But like many others who tried to buy tickets, he was disappointed.
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In addition to brokers who resell concert tickets at a premium, the internet auction site e-bay is now listing more than 20 different offers for the Roanoke concert. Most appear to be from residents of other states who purchased the tickets over the internet.
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Singer Whitney Houston was accused of carrying half an ounce of marijuana in a Hawaii airport last week.
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Houston was about to board a plane to San Francisco last Tuesday when security officers allegedly found the pot in one of her bags.
The singer left the airport before police could arrive to arrest her.
The guards who searched Houston work for a private company that is only allowed to detain passengers for breaches of airport security.
Hawaii police say they are planning to refer the case to the county prosecutor's office.
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Two of the world's largest drug manufacturers have announced that are merging in a 76 BILLION dollar deal.
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Glaxo Wellcome and SmithKline Beecham would have more than 182 BILLION dollars in assets.
The companies say job cuts are expected, but no numbers were revealed.
Glaxo makes treatments for migraine headaches, asthma and viral infections including H-I-V.
SmithKline features products like the antibiotic Augmentin, the antidepressant Paxil, and a new diabetes drug Avandia.
The Federal Trade Commission and the European Union must approve the deal.
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Scientists in the Florida Keys are trying to figure out what caused nearly a hundred dolphins to beach themselves last night.
Some of the sea creatures died after they made their way to the shoreline.
Workers have stayed at the scene all night and day trying to save the rest.
Lisa Cabrera has more.
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Coming up next, Robin Reed will have more on what we should expect from the weather in the morning,
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and then a little later, we'll see a woman who found some big bucks in a little doll.
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Coming up today in Sports, we'll check in on some early N-B-A games. Then on Health Check,
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we'll tell you why the National Federation for the Blind says America Online discriminates against the handicapped.
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The Department of Motor vehicles is reporting a record number of Virginia motorists have signed up to donate their organs.
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It's been almost one year since D-M-V clerks starting asking drivers if they want to become organ donors. Since then, they've seen a 247-percent increase. That's six times more than the agency expected when they started the campaign.
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A group of visually impaired Americans is taking on the country's largest internet server.
They want America Online to provide greater access to the blind.
Diana Olick has more.
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((FOR MOST AMERICANS, THE INTERNET IS AN ENDLESS HIGHWAY OF OPPORTUNITY. BUT FOR THE BLIND...

IT CAN BE ONE BIG ROAD BLOCK.
Once you get to this screen there's undoubtedly information up there, but there's no way for me to know how to get it.
SOME INTERNET SITES HAVE DEVELOPED SOFTWARE WHICH TRANSLATES PICTURES INTO SOUND. "ELECTRONICS, DVD, TOYS AND GAMES"
BUT SO FAR AMERICA ONLINE, THE NATION'S LARGEST INTERNET SERVER, IS NOT FULLY ACCESSIBLE TO THE BLIND.
MARC MAURER/PRESIDENT, NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND ... and we've tried to build a way to get aol to tell us how we can put the hooks into it so that blind people can get at the information and we just can't.
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MAURER/ AOL invites the public to come into its space, it is not a physical space, but it is an information space nonetheless.
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if we could flick a switch and make this happen, boy we would, but again there are technical challenges.
AND SOME LEGAL ANALYSTS SAY, WHILE THE BLIND HAVE A COMPELLING ARGUMENT, THEY DON'T HAVE A CASE.
SOLVEIG SINGLETON, CATO INSTITUTE 150238 There's a big difference between an internet service provider or an online service provider and someplace like a restaurant
DIANA OLICK, CBS NEWS OC: THE PROBLEM IS, AOL IS NOT JUST ABOUT ENTERTAINMENT. MANY COMPANIES NOW USE AOL AS PART OF THEIR RESEARCH AND OPERATING SYSTEMS, AND IF BLIND PEOPLE CAN'T ACCESS THE SERVICE, THEY'RE NOT JUST OUT OF LUCK, THEY'RE OUT OF A JOB.
If AOL's system becomes the standard which in fact is becoming so, it is becoming a de facto standard and that standard freezes blind people out.
MAURER ADMITS THIS IS NOT JUST ABOUT AOL, BUT THE SUIT IS A WAKEUP CALL TO THE ENTIRE INTERNET INDUSTRY... THAT THE NEARLY ONE MILLION BLIND PEOPLE IN THE U-S CAN DRIVE THE INFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY...ALL THEY NEED ARE SOME EXTRA DIRECTIONS. DO, CBSN, DCTERMS.
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Comedian and "Late Show" host David Letterman is recovering from heart surgery at a New York City hospital and his doctors say he could go home by Friday.
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Letterman underwent emergency quintuple bypass surgery three days ago. Many fans were surprised to hear the seemingly healthy funnyman had heart problems. Roanoke Valley Cardiologist Doctor Michael Fenster says Letterman doesn't fit the stereotype of most heart attack patients.
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((MICHAEL FENSTER/CARDIOLOGIST: SOMEONE WHO IS VERY OBESE, VERY SEDENTARY, SMOKES SIX PACKS OF CIGARETTES A DAY. BUT REALLY THERE ARE A LOT OF OTHER RISK FACTORS INVOLVED, MILD HYPERTENSION IS RISK FACTOR WHICH EFFECTS A LOT OF AMERICANS, WHETHER THEY REALIZE THEY HAVE IT OR NOT.))
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Doctor Fenster says the best way to prevent heart disease is eat a healthy diet, exercise and don't smoke.
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David Letterman decided to have his heart tested because of what he said was high cholesterol and a family history of heart disease.

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The two minute ticker today is full of sporting events held out of their normal slots on this Monday to help celebrate Martin Luther King Day.
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As usual on this day, the NBA led the way with a celebration in Philly where the Sixers hosted the Nets.
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The Sixers were off an rurnning early in this one as Allen Iverson dishes the rock to a streaking George Lynch for the score. Lynch had 6 points and 11 rebounds on the day. Iverson had 34 points, but he also had a few problems. He misses the shot, the Nets take off in transition, they miss the shot, Iverson gets the rebound, but then gets stripped and eventually Scott Burrell will bury the ball with a follow slam.
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But Iverson is a warrior and back he comes with the alley oop feed to Theo Ratcliff. He finishes with 13 and the Sixers win it 106-to-96.
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The college basketball action on the women's side is in the full swing today. The UVa women take on third ranked NC State tonight. This afternoon the second rankedTennessee women were whacked in the SEC.
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The Lady Vols took on the Georgia Bulldogs this afternoon in a battle of top perennial top ten programs. This one was tight in the first half as Co Co Miller goes baseline and shoots the Lady Bulldogs into the lead. In the second half Georgia would pull away like few teams are ever able to do
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against the Lady Vols as Dena Nolan and Miller light up the scoreboard and lead the 7th ranked Bulldogs to a 78-to-51 victory over number two Tennessee.
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Five NHL games faced off today, three of those are over. Ottawa beat the New York Islanders 4-3 in overtime and the Atlanta/Boston contest ended in a 3-3 overtime tie.
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Down in Tampa Bay, the Lightning played host to the red hot Washington Capitals. The Caps draw first blood when Richard Zednick finds the back of the net at the 19:44 mark of the first period.
[SUPER=31-Washington/6/Tamap Bay/3;]On to the third period. The Caps Sergei Gonchar puts Washington on top 4-2 with

this tally , his ninth of the year.
But the story was Ulf Dahlen. He nets two goals on the day, this goal made it 5-3 Capitals and Washington doubles up Tampa Bay 6-3 to win it's fifth straight.
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A Minnesota woman's doll collection has turned out to be worth more than its weight in gold.
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Lila Idso's Barbies sold this weekend for more than 125 thousand dollars. Idso and her daughter Bonnie had spent part of the last 20 years building up the huge collection. In addition to the mint condition dolls, the pair had amassed many of the rare Barbie accessories.
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Bids on the toys came from as far away as Japan and Switzerland.
Idso says she is amazed by the money the auction brought in.
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((LILA IDSO: FOREMER BARBIE COLLECTOR: I'VE NEVER HAD MONEY MY WHOLE LIFE SO I DON'T KNOW HOW TO REACT. IT'S REALLY SOMETHING. AN 11 1/2 INCH VINYL DOLL CAN BRING IN THAT KIND OF MONEY.))
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One doll that Lila bought for 15 dollars sold this weekend for two thousand.
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