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The folks who brought you Dolly, the sheep- -have artificially produced five little pigs in Blacksburg.
Cloning down on the farm is our top story on NEWS 7 tonight.
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We're also LIVE in Bedford marking a milestone achievement on the National D-Day Memorial.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports, NASCAR and cereal make a cute couple. The March Madness broadcast schedule on WDBJ-7 is all set.
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And we'll hear from the Tech women, who are focused on making the most of their NIT experience.
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Today's weather was rather warm. Tomorrow's will be even warmer.
If you like rain, we can do that too-- but you'll have to wait until Thursday . Details coming up [open]
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They're makin' bacon in Blacksburg. The first cloned pigs were introduced to the world today at Virginia Tech.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Cloned-Pigs]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=99-51 1:52:55]
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Researchers are squealing with joy over the first cloning of a pig. The creators of Dolly the sheep -- are moving to another section of the farm ... and it's in southwest Virginia.

[Double Boxes=Keith & Tonya/Microwave]


Tonya Flory is in our New River Valley Newsroom with the details on the delivery.
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Destiny the sow had a C-section at Virginia Tech last week. Now five sisters are the latest in organ transplant treatment and could be the cure for cellular diseases.
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((DAVID AYARES/VP RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT: WE CAN TAKE NEURONAL CELLS FOR TREATMENT FOR PARKINSON'S DISEASE. ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE. WE CAN TAKE SOME PANCREATIC CELLS THAT WILL HAVE THE SAME...TAKE THOSE CELLS FOR TREATMENT OF DIABETES, THERE'S SKIN CELLS FOR TREATMENT OF BURNS.))
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[VO NAT] For now scientists are concentrating on using the genetically altered pigs in transplants within the next four years.

The five healthy pigs were born last week. Millie is named after the millennium pig, then Alexis Christa and Carrel for scientists who pioneered transplantation.
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((DAVID AYARES/VP RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT: AND THEN DOTCOM WHICH IS THE FIFTH ONE THAT WE WEREN'T EXPECTING TO HAVE, SHE WAS NAMED AS A JOKE TO SOME EXTENT, ANY TIME YOU AFFILIATE A DOTCOM WITH YOUR COMPANY IT'S GOING TO EFFECT YOU EVALUATION HOPEFULLY IN A POSITIVE WAY.))
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[VO NAT] If the company is as tough as the pigs, they'll survive even a fall from the pen.
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There is some controversy -- Opponents of cloning say illnesses could cross from pigs to humans.
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But scientists at PPL Therapeutics, the company is working on genetically altering the cells so that doesn't happen --


clinical trials are expected to start within four years.[UNOS]


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The center that coordinates organ donations across the U-S is based in Virginia.
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The United Network for Organ Sharing -- or UNOS (YOO-noce) -- is closely watching the field of animal cloning for new developments.
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((JOEL NEWMAN/UNITED NETWORK FOR ORGAN SHARING: IF YOU CAN BREED ANIMALS WITH HUMAN IMMUNE SYSTEM GENES, YOU MAY BE ABLE TO FOOL THE HUMAN IMMUNE SYSTEM INTO RECOGNIZING A TRANSPLANTED ORGAN FROM AN ANIMAL AS A HUMAN ORGAN. AND THAT MAKES ORGAN ACCEPTANCE A LOT EASIER. IT LEADS TO LONG TERM SURVIVAL FOR THE PATIENT. WE'RE STILL A NUMBER OF YEARS OFF FROM THAT. THERE'S STILL A LOT OF WORK TO BE DONE.))
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UNOS says the best hope for the survival of the 68-thousand Americans currently waiting for organ transplants is still of course a good old-fashioned human organ.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Forty to 60 Virginia State Troopers have done it twice a week, eight hours at a time, for the last year.
And they say it's the best thing they've found.
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The "saturated enforcement" crackdown that Governor Gilmore ordered on I-81 in February of LAST year has resulted in nearly 33-thousand tickets.
State Police say it has saved lives.
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((LT. COL. GERALD MASSENGILL/VIRGINIA STATE POLICE: VIRGINIA HAS SOME OF THE SAFEST ROADS IN THIS COUNTRY. IN 1999, WE HAD ABOUT 60 FEWER DEATHS THAN WE DID IN '98. AND IF YOU REMEMBER, WE HAD A REALLY GOOD YEAR IN '98. ABOUT 40 OF THOSE DEATHS, THOSE DECREASED NUMBERS, CAME OFF OUR INTERSTATES.))
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Less than nine percent of those 33-thousand tickets were issued to speeding truckers.
The average speed of motorists ticketed was about 77 miles an hour.
The bad news is: traffic slows down when the troopers are out in force... but speeds up again when they're NOT visible.
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Authorities in Henry County are trying to contain a brush fire in the Bassett area.
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The fire started at about 3:30 and has burned about ten to twelve acres of woods so far.
About eight departments have sent crews and equipment to fight it.
No word yet on what might have started it.
Smaller brush fires also broke out in Franklin and Bedford counties today.
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It was a scary situation for 10 families at a Henry County apartment complex last night. No one was injured, but fire forced many families out of their homes.
Surae Chinn has the story.
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(nats :02)Fire crews worked into the early morning hours. Investigators say a couch caught fire from a cigarette in this apartment.
10 families from the North View Garden Apartments had to be evacuated. Roy Hairston is responsible for helping those families including his neighbor.
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((ROY HAIRSTON/FIRE VICTIM: I RAN AND WOKE UP EVERYONE AND WOKE EVERYONE DOWNSTAIRS.))
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(nats :02)This morning fire crews returned to the scene and tried to help some families get back into their homes.

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((RODNEY HOWELL/HENRY CO. FIRE MARSHALL: 5 OF THEM WILL BE BACK LATE THIS EVENING OR EARLY THIS EVENING. THE OTHER 5 HAVE TOO MUCH DAMAGE SO IT WILL BE A WHILE BEFORE THEY GET BACK IN.))
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Hairston is one of the unlucky who won't be returning for a while.
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((ROY HAIRSTON/FIRE VICTIM: THIS SITUATION LOOKS BAD. IT LOOKS REAL BAD. I CAN STILL SMILE. SOME GOOD WILL COME OUT OF THIS.))
Despite the loss, Hairston is in good spirits.
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[1:47:32] ((WHERE DO YOU GO FROM HERE? ROY HAIRSTON/FIRE VICTIM: UP! NOT WORRIED ABOUT IT.))
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One person received minor burn injuries. Surae Chinn, News 7, Henry County.
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A Roanoke company tells shareholders to expect good things this year. That story is still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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The national D-Day memorial in Bedford is making another the leap from the drawing board ... a step closer to reality.
Construction crews this week are putting the finishing touches on the arch the makes up the centerpiece of the memorial.
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Steve Smallshaw is in Bedford tonight with word on how the project is coming along.
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The steelworkers union and Intermet are collecting money for the victims of the explosion at New River Castings.
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The company donated 50-thousand dollars to the relief fund today.
The money will go to the families of the three workers who were killed, and to those who were hurt in the accident.
Contributions should be sent to the Blue Ridge Bank in Radford.
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[Optical-Cable]


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Optical Cable Corporation says customers' worries about Y-2-K affected the bottom line, but increasing demand promises a strong showing for the rest of the fiscal year.
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Optical Cable manufactures a broad range of fiber optic cable for the transmission of data, audio and video communications.
During today's annual meeting at the Hotel Roanoke, C-E-O Robert Kopstein (KOP-steen) said several large projects were delayed at the end of 1999.
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((ROBERT KOPSTEIN/OPTICAL CABLE CORPORATION: SOME OF THE LARGE CORPORATIONS, LIKE WE DO A LOT OF BUSINESS WITH CHRYSLER AND SOME OF THE OTHER ONES, AND A LOT OF THEIR PROJECTS, THEY JUST DIDN'T WANT TO HAVE POTENTIAL PROBLEMS AT YEAR END WITH PUTTING NEW COMPUTERS , NEW COMMUNICATIONS STUFF, SO THEY JUST DECIDED TO WAIT OUT INTO JANUARY TO PUT THOSE ORDERS IN.))
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During the first quarter of the fiscal year, sales were up only about five percent, but earnings were up 40 percent, and Kopstein reports a dramatic increase in orders since mid-January.
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Optical Cable stock has also been on the rise. The share price has doubled since Thanksgiving. Kopstein says the corporation has attracted new institutional investors, and now has more than 5-thousand shareholders.

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A big sell-off on Wall Street today. [TAKE DOW, NASDAQ & BLOOMBERG PAGE ]
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The Dow fell 136 points. NASDAQ suffered it biggest one-day point drop ever, with a loss of 201 points.
The Bloomberg-News 7 local index fell one-point-six. We will explain this index in more detail in the days ahead.
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Ferrum College students say their president should start listening to them. The college recently axed two athletic teams and sold the school's dairy farm -- and many students are upset that the decisions were made without student input. Ferrum's president talked about the issue with News-7's Tina Tenret.
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Ferrum College students promise more protests like these if their president does not start listening. College officials did NOT ask them before cutting the riding and field hockey teams.
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But students say even when they do voice opinions -- the administration doesn't listen. So is there a communication problem here?
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Students also slam their president for never walking through campus and talking to them.
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Boone says he's focusing college money on the business, environmental science and social services departments. He wants to boost the graduation rate from 37-percent to fifty percent -- and get enrollment to top a thousand. But students say if he doesn't pay attention:
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((JOHN LIFFERT: STUDENT GOV'T PRES.: THE STUDENTS ARE GOING TO GET FED UP. .... WE'VE HAD A LOT OF PRESS ON THIS. EVENTUALLY IT WILL LOOK BAD FOR THE COLLEGE. BUTT BUTT BUTT TINA TENRET/NEWS7: FERRUM'S BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETS THIS SATURDAY MORNING AND THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT WILL HAVE TIME TO MAKE A REPORT. BUT OTHER THAN THAT, THE MEETING IS CLOSED AND THE COLLEGE PRESIDENT WILL NOT TELL US WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA. TINA TENRET NEWS7 FRANKLIN COUNTY))
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Coming your way tonight on News 7 sports, the Tech women talk about opening play in the NIT. We'll weigh the pros and cons of moving the ACC tournament out of the Carolinas. Plus, check the schedule of March Madness
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and see what the King and his court were doing eating Wheaties today in Charlotte.
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The Tech women have moved past their initial disapointment of not making the "Big Dance". Now the team is anxious to extend its season in the NIT on Thursday night against a 24-and-6 Georgia State team.
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Wake Forest and N.C. State open NIT play tonight. But where will they be playing in the coming years in the ACC tournament. Steve Mason has some possibilites.
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NCAA tournament schedule for first round games here on Your Hometown Station later this week is now set.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE 7511] On Thursday, the action begins shortly after Noon when Kentucky takes on St. Bonaventure. That game will be followed by the Syracuse-Samford contest at three.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE 7512] Then Thursday night things heat up as Maryland and Iona hook up at 7:55, followed ST. John's doing battle with Northern Arizona.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE FRIDAY AFTERNOON 7513] Friday afternoon you can catch the Tennessee Volunteers and Louisiana - Lafayette at 12:20. Then it's U-Conn and Utah State rounding out the afternoon session.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE FRIDAY NIGHT 7514] The night grouping is an all-ACC affair as North Carolina hooks up with Missouri at 7:55 and then the Duke Blue Devils tangle with Lamar at ten.
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And finally tonight, thanks to the folks at Wheaties you can now have breakfast with Richard Petty.
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[SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC; :00]

This afternoon in Charlotte, General Mills unveiled four new commemorative Wheaties packages featuring retired driving legends Petty, Cale Yarborough, Ned Jarrett, and Benny Parsons. It's just the third time in history that a race car driver of any sort has graced the front of one of these boxes.
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Wheaties also unveiled the King's Pontiac that will be driven by John Andretti's in the Winston on May 20th.
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A local woman says when she bought her car - she got a raw deal. And she has an unusual way of making sure everyone around her - knows it.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Jean/Newsroom]

Jean Jadhon is in the newsroom with more.
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[SUPER=@Jean1;]


Keith - Karen Robertson says ever since she bought her '97 Kia Sephia - it's been one problem after another.
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The dealer won't replace what she calls a "lemon"... So she's showing the world what she thinks - by stringing a bunch of the fruits together across her car.
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[Live=Jean Full/Newsroom]


We'll have more on the story tonight...
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on News 7 at 11.

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