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Coming up on News 7-
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A live report with results from tonights Iowa Caucuses-
Will Elian Gonzalez's grandmothers see their grandson? The two left Miami tonight-
And people come out in Roanoke tonight to remember a woman who died last week at the hands of her boyfriend.
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News 7 is next. [Open]
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[Iowa-Caucuses]


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The people in Iowa have spoken- It appears Al Gore and George W. Bush are the winners-
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Lisa Hughes joins us live with early results from the Iowa Caucuses-
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(( DID WE GET ALL THE BALLOTS
THE PEOPLE NOT THE POLITICIANS TOOK CENTER STAGE MONDAY NIGHT. CAUCUS GOERS FINALLY GOT A CHANCE TO MAKE THEIR VOICES HEARD. AT THIS REPUBLICAN CAUCUS IN NORTH LIBERTY, IOWA IT WAS EASY TO TELL WHICH CANDIDATES SPEAKERS SUPPORTED. FORBES SUPPORTER: ITS TIME FOR A VISIONARY WITH A PURPOSE. BUSH SUPPORTER: GOT TO BE ABLE TO BEAT GORE, PERIOD, THATS WHAT ITS ALL ABOUT.
AND IT APPEARS MANY REPUBLICAN VOTERS FEEL GOVERNOR BUSH IS THE MAN WHO CAN DO IT. GEORGE W. BUSH, R-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE THIS IS A RECORD SHATTERING VICTORY, I NEVER DREAMED I WOULD GET ALL THESE VOTES. BUT GOP RIVAL STEVE FORBES WON THE STRONG SECOND-PLACE HE WANTED AND HOPES IT CARRIES WEIGHT NEXT WEEK IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.
STEVE FORBES, R-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: GORE ON THE LEFT BRADLEY ON THE RIGHT. FOR THE DEMOCRATS VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE IS RIDING HIGH. HE BEAT BILL BRADLEY ALMOST TWO-TO-ONE. PARTICULARLY DISAPPOINTING FOR BRADLEY WHO SPENT MORE TIME AND MONEY THAN GORE IN IOWA.))


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[Goode]


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Turning to Virginia politics .. congressman Virgil Goode is beginning a new chapter in his political career.
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Goode announced this morning he's leaving the Democrat party to run as an Independent, this fall.
He says he came to the decision after consulting with numerous people over the past few weeks.
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((VIRGIL GOODE: I'LL BE ASKING THE REPUBLICANS TO VOTE FOR ME IN NOVEMBER AND THOSE DEMOCRATS WHO THINK LIKE I THINK, I'LL BE ASKING THEM AND I'LL BE ASKING INDEPENDENTS TO SUPPORT ME, TOO.))
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U-V-A political analyst Larry Sabato says he thinks Goode made the right move because he'll be more comfortable being able to support both sides.
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[TAKE FS MAP]
The Fifth Congressional District- -which Goode represents- -spans Southside ...from Patrick to Mecklenberg County, it includes Franklin County and runs all the way up to Charlottesville.
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[Casteel]


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A Roanoke County fire fighter is behind bars tonight .. charged with attempted murder- after allegedly tampering with a vehicle his wife was in.
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31 year old Phillip Casteel lives in the Bent Mountain area of Floyd County .. on County Line Road.
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He was arrested this morning at the Clearbrook fire station. Casteel has been working there for the last 6 months.

He has been placed on administrative leave WITHOUT pay.
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Floyd County sheriff's deputies have charged Casteel with one count of attempted murder. He also faces three counts of felony child abuse and neglect, for allegedly tampering with a vehicle his wife and the children were in.


[Falwell-Suit]


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The Reverend Jerry Falwell says the Clinton White House and Justice Department have illegally been keeping tabs on him and now he's suing over the violation of his privacy rights.
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In a release late this afternoon, the Washington- based group "Judicial Watch" claims it has uncovered a secret database used to store secret information on religious and pro- life leaders in the United States.
Falwell says efforts to learn whether he was included in that database have been stonewalled by the White House.
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Now Falwell has filed suit in federal court to order the release of that information.
[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center

[WX1] [11:00pm] [01/24/2000] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE Back to back winter storms for the Carolinas while our region just gets brushed by snow over the weekend.
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The snow comes as thousands of Palmetto State residents try to recover from Saturday's storm. Duke Power says about 58-thousand customers were without electric service this morning in Anderson, Greenville, Greenwood and Spartanburg counties. Many schools are scheduled to be closed since there are so few snow plows in South Carolina.


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[Cuban-Boy]


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Elian Gonzalez's Grandmothers traveled hundreds of miles hoping to see their grandson- but the meeting never happened- the grandmothers have left Miami-
As with most everything surrounding Elian these days- it was a dispute- This time over WHERE to meet the boy.
Jennifer Jones has the latest in the ongoing saga-
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(( IT'S BEEN A LONG DAY FOR TWO CUBAN GRANDMOTHERS...ONE THAT BEGAN IN NEW YORK WITH SMILES AND HOPE AND ENDED IN MIAMI WITH FRUSTRATION AND DESPAIR. BOB EDGAR, NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES: AFTER GETTING THE OKAY FROM THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT TO MEET WITH THEIR GRANDSON ...6-YEAR OLD ELIAN GONZALES...A GRANDCHILD THEY HADN'T SEEN IN MORE THAN SIXTY DAYS... THE GRANDMOTHERS BOARDED A PRIVATE PLANE WITH THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES, PREPARED FOR A REUNION. BUT WHAT THEY HADN'T PREPARED FOR WAS THIS. A MASSIVE CROWD OUTSIDE OF WHAT WAS SUPPOSE TO THE MEETING PLACE...ELIAN'S HOME WITH HIS MIAMI RELATIVES. REPORTEDLY TOO AFRAID TO FACE THIS CROWD...THE GRANDMOTHERS CHANGED THEIR MINDS...NEGOTIATING TO CHANGE THE MEETING PLACE...BUT THE FAMILY REFUSED.
ARMANDO GUTIERREZ, FAMILY ATTORNEY:
BUT WHAT THE FAMILY DID AGREE TO WAS A MEETING WITH THE GRANDMOTHERS...WITHOUT ELIAN...THIS TIME GRANDMOTHERS REFUSED...AND BOARDED THEIR PLANE...THEIR MIAMI TRIP FUTILE. JONES: BUT THE GRANDMOTHERS ARE NOT GIVING UP...THEY ARE NOW IN WASHINGTON WHERE THEY WILL MEET WITH SOME MEMBERS OF CONGRESS IN THEIR CONTINUED FIGHT TO GET ELIAN BACK TO CUBA...ALL THE WHILE STILL WORKING TO SEE THEIR GRANDSON ON NEUTRAL GROUNDS. JJ, CBS NEWS, MIAMI.))

[Voter-ID]


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Virginia voters may soon be required to show a picture I-D.
A bill to require such I-D's has passed the state Senate.
A pilot program passed last year was thrown out in court because it did not cover the entire Commonwealth.
This new bill DOES cover all of Virginia. It goes next to the House of Delegates.

[Textile-Relief]


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[VO-NAT From 00-02 11:13]
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Saturday's meeting with laid-off textile workers apparently left quite an impression on many state lawmakers from other parts of Virginia.
A lot of them have signed on to support the Textile Workers' Relief Act of 2000.
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The proposal increases jobless benefits for workers laid off in areas of double digit unemployment... and it would expand Medicaid to cover their health needs.


[Victory-Stadium]


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The debate isn't over, but the recommendation is in.
An advisory committee studying Roanoke's recreation needs, says the city should replace Victory Stadium with a new, smaller facility.
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Committee members support construction of a new stadium seating three to six thousand. The cost would not exceed nine million dollars, substantially less than a complete renovation of the existing structure.
That would leave more money for other parks and recreation projects throughout the city.
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((BEV FITZPATRICK/COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN: WE AGONIZED OVER MAKING A RECOMMENDATION ON THE STADIUM LIKE THIS, BUT WE REALLY DO THINK IT'S PROBABLY THE RIGHT THING TO DO. IT MAY NOT BE THE POLITICALLY CORRECT THING TO DO, BUT WE BELIEVE IT'S THE RIGHT THING TO DO.))
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The committee will unveil its recommendations on Victory Stadium and other recreation issues at a workshop Wednesday from four to seven P- M at the Roanoke Civic Center exhibition hall.
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[Miller-Vigil]


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The death of a Roanoke woman is renewing efforts to fight domestic abuse.
33-year old Linda Miller was shot and killed last week by a former boyfriend who abused her for years.
Tonight, a candlelight vigil .. not only to remember Miller but to join together to fight domestic abuse. Kate Weidaw has the story.
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((As the light from the candles glowed into the night many expressed intolerance for domestic abuse.

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((WE ALL ARE VICTIMS STANDING HERE WAITING FOR IT TO HAPPEN SOME DAY, SOME PEOPLE ARE NOT FORTUNATE TO GET OUT AND THERE ARE OTHER WHO HAVE GOTTEN OUT.))
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((THERE'S MORE HATE THEN LOVE WE HAVE TO LOVE EACH OTHER BEFORE WE LEAVE HERE AND I WANT YOU TO KNOW LOVE ONE ANOTHER AS CHRIST LOVES YOU TODAY.))
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There were hugs and tears shed -- and memories of Linda Millers fight against her former boyfriend Tyrone Turpin. Miller filed several protective orders against him -- the last one expired two days before he shot her. Millers friends say the system failed.

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((LISA BELINFONTIE/FRIEND: I HOPE THIS MESSAGE TELLS PEOPLE TO TAKE THE FIRST CALL SERIOUSLY LOOK INTO IT SEE WHAT YOU CAN DO DON'T WAIT FOR ANOTHER CALL, A THIRD CALL, A FORTH CALL, WHEN YOU PICK UP THE FIRST TIME KEEP IT BECAUSE IT'S SERIOUS.))
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This vigil is a reminder to the community that domestic violence can kill .. but there is support for victims, or potential victims, who need it. Kate Weidaw News 7 Roanoke.))
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The abortion battle has special importance this year. Still ahead, why the presidential race could have an impact for years.
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[VO-NAT]


And here's something else for balding men to worry about ... a new study suggests many should worry about their hearts.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey folks this is Mike Stevens coming up tonight former UVa star Ricky Stokes faces his alma mater for the first time. VMI's struggles continue in the Southern Conference. We'll show you how George Lynch treated some area fans this past weekend in Philly, and have an update on injured Chief Derrick Thomas tonight on the Big 7.))

[Abortion]


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It's an issue that won't go away ... least of all in this election year.
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Anti-abortion demonstrators marched on our nation's capitol today. They're petitioning Congress to stop legal abortions. One main concern on the minds of those who are for OR against abortion is simple. The next president could name a new Supreme Court Justice .. and that could sway which direction the court takes for years.
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[5-Bald-Heart]


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Just what balding men don't want to hear-... the latest health research shows they have more to worry about than losing their hair.
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[VO-NAT]

A new study reports some baldness is linked to coronary problems. Researchers say it only applies to men who are losing hair on the tops of their heads- the crown region in the back.
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Roanoke Cardiologist Doctor Michael Fenster says one possible explanation -- bald men have elevated levels of testosterone, which could contribute to increased risks for high blood pressure and cholesterol.
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((DR. MICHAEL FENSTER/CARDIOLOGIST: IF YOU LOOK AT MEN WHO HAD SEVERE BALDNESS AT THE CROWN AND HAD A CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTOR LIKE HIGH CHOLESTEROL THEY HAD ALMOST THREE TIMES THE RISK OF THE AVERAGE POPULATION.))
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Men with hypertension and balding had an 80-percent increase for risk. Researchers say men with a receding hairline aren't at increased risk
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[Tease2]
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A local company bucks the trend. Still ahead, stocks plunge today, but this company heads skyward.
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[VO-NAT]


And lava heads skyward after this volcano erupts. We'll take you there when we return.
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[Lotto]
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[Stock-Market]


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The Dow took a dive today, but one local company's stock is making big moves upward.
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[VO-NAT]
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At the closing bell, the Dow Jones Industrial average was down 243 points, its tenth-worst point drop ever.
NASDAQ joined in the plunge, down 139 .. more than three per cent.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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No such problems for Optical Cable .. up more than 15 today. It has more than doubled in the last two trading days.

[Volcano]


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And speaking of moving up ... no injuries or damage, but it was one spectacular sight.
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[VO-NAT]
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You are looking at the (pa-ky-ya) Pacaya volcano in Guatemala...
It erupted yesterday sending gas and ashes about 800 feet above the top. That's lava flowing down the side .. illuminating its path as it goes. The volcano is about 15 miles south of Guatemala city.
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The Hokies and Cavs go to overtime. VMI's troubles continue tonight. And George Lynch gives some Roanoke teens a night on the town they will not soon forget.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=75-Miami, FL; :00]

But first in tonight's Extra Point, Derrick Thomas, one of the NFL's greatest defensive players was transferred from a hospital in Missouri to the Ryder Trauma Center in Miami tonight. The Kansas City Chief all-pro was paralyzed in a car crash yesterday in which he broke his neck and his back. His legs are currently paralyzed and there is a chance he may never walk again.
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[S-Tech]


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The Hokies and Cavaliers met tonight on the hardwood at the Richmond Coliseum in front 72 hundred fans. Most figured the game would be a one-sided UVa affair, but the Hokies had other plans.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond/Cavaliers vs. Hokies; :00]

This was the Hokies home game even though it was played at the Coliseum as they came out dressed in white. We pick it up in the second half with UVa getting one of the few transition baskets of the night as the Tech turnover is turned into an Adam Hall hoop as he turns the Roger Mason steal into two. UVa had a 12 point lead with just over 11 minutes to go thanks in part to the completed pass down court to Hall for the jam! It's 53-to-41 and the rout is on - or is it? The Hokies refuse to fold and instead mount an unlikely comeback outscoring UVa 19-to-7 the rest of regulation. Rolan Roberts steals the inbounds pass and goes the distance for the throwdown. Brendan Dunlop almost singlehandedly won this thing for the Hokies as he scored 15 points off the bench and routinely beat Donald Hand. The game goes to overtime tied at 60-all.
[SUPER=33-Virginia/71/Virginia Tech/66/Overtime;]

But UVa would outscore Tech 11-to-6 in the extra period, as Hand gets the hoop and the harm and UVa hangs on to beat the Hokies 71-to-66 in overtime.
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[S-VMI]


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VMI came into tonight's game against UNC-Greensboro looking for its first conference win and hoping to end an 11 game skid.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington/UNC-Greensboro vs. VMI;]


Now that the corps was back in town the Keydets looked to the sixth man to give them the edge over the Spartans.
But UNCG jumped out to an 11-nothing lead. James Maye downs the three, he led the Spartans with 20 points.
VMI kept battling on the boards, Eric Mann gets the rebound, survives the struggle and gets the deuce.
Then the Keydets create a turnover Mark Grigsby with the pass to Jeremy Harper to convert the Greensboro mistake into points. Harper led VMI with 19.
[super=33-UNCG/75/VMI/61;]


But the Keydets losing streak extends to 12 games as UNCG beats VMI 75 to 61.
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[S-VHSL]


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The new Associated Press Top 10 high school polls out still have unbeaten girls' teams GW Danville and Pulaski ranked third and fourth in the state. Another unbeaten, Giles is third in the boys' single A poll, while Parry McCluer is fourth, Radford 9th and George Wythe 10th. No schools made the Group Two A rankings, but in Group Three A Cave Spring is ninth.


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George Lynch once again reached back into the Roanoke Valley over the weekend to show some young teens that anything is possible. Steve Mason and photographer Grant Kittleson take us to Philly.
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[Spirit-Dogs]


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Super Bowl Sunday is quickly approaching.
And some St. Louis fans are showing their spirit through their animals.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-St. Louis, MO]

You are looking at two colorfully decorated dogs that are displaying their owners dedication to their favorite football team.
See the Dalmatian wearing the Rams scarf? You can't miss the half gold and blue bodies...dyed fur from head to toe.
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