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Today on News 7 at 5, the Supreme Court hands the Clinton administration a big defeat in its battle against tobacco,

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and new reports say the man holding police at bay near Baltimore has done this before. [Weather-Head]
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Plenty of clouds in the short term forecast with a gradual trend for warmer weather. Details just ahead.

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Today on Health check, we'll have
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see how a local hospital is using a children's specialist to take some of the fear out of going to the hospital.
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[5-Elian-Gonzale]


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In Florida court- a federal judge throws out a lawsuit filed by the relatives of Elian Gonzalez.
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The Florida family wanted a political asylum hearing for the boy.
But the judge says that's a matter for the Attorney General-
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((JANET RENO/U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL: THE COURTS DECISION REAFFIRMS THAT ONLY ELIAN'S FATHER CAN SPEAK FOR HIS SON ON FEDERAL IMMIGRATION MATTERS.))
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But Elian's Florida relatives say they'll appeal-
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((ROGER BERNSTEIN/RELATIVE'S ATTORNEY: THERE IS NOT EVIDENCE THAT BY REMAINING IN SCHOOL WITH A LOVING FAMILY WHILE THIS CASE IS DETERMINED.))
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The boy's been caught in a legal battle since he was found floating off the Florida coast- His mother died during the attempt to get to the U-S.
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The judge's dismissal of the suit filed by Elian Gonzalez's relatives has struck a hopeful note for one man here in southwest Virginia.
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Walter Benda's two daughters, Mari [MAH-ree] and Ema [Emma], were kidnapped by his wife in 1995, when the family was living in Japan.
Benda has spent the last five years fighting for custody of the girls in U-S and Japanese courts... with no luck.


In Japan... there's no such thing as parental abduction.
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((WALTER BENDA: IF ONE OF THE PARENTS WERE TO ABDUCT THE CHILDREN, THE COURTS JUST VIEW THAT AS ... THE PARENT HAS TAKEN THE CHILD WITH THEM AND IT'S NOT A CRIME.))
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Because of HIS experience, Benda was called to testify about Elian's case before the Senate judiciary committee earlier this month.
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((WALTER BENDA: THE U.S. WILL LOSE A LOT OF ITS MORAL HIGH GROUND IF WE ALLOW ELIAN TO STAY IN THIS COUNTRY, BECAUSE BY DOING THAT, WE'LL SAY THAT IT'S OK FOR FOREIGN COUNTRIES TO KEEP AMERICAN CHILDREN IN THEIR COUNTRIES.))
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On News 7 at 6, we'll tell you why Walter Benda is looking to Elian Gonzalez's case to help him see his daughters again.
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[5-Tobacco-Ruling]


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Good Evening.
It was a five to four vote. The Supreme Court today ruling that the Food and Drug Administation does NOT have the authority to regulate tobacco-
We begin in Washington with Jennifer Jones and details on what the ruling means.
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((In a 5 to 4 ruling, the justices said the Food and Drug Administration overreached when it sought to crack down on cigarette sales to minors.

SOT: Senator John McCain, R.-Ariz.

It doesn't surprise me, I've always had constitutional concerns about this.
For decades the FDA said that it lacked authority to regulate tobacco as long as cigarette makers did not claim that smoking provided health benefits. But reversing itself in 1996, the FDA said it COULD regulate tobacco because of new evidence that the industry intended its products to feed consumers' nicotine habits. Tobacco companies sued.

SOT: Charles Blixt, RJ Reynolds Spokesman


In her majority opinion, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor wrote...
Graphic 1: The FDA has amply demonstrated that tobacco use, particularly among children and adolescents, poses perhaps the single most significant threat to public health in the United States.
However, she added...
Graphic 2: ...it is plain that Congress has not given the FDA the authority that it seeks to exercise here.

SOT: Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-NJ

it's now up to congress, etc...
All 50 states already ban tobacco sales to anyone under 18. The FDA required stores to demand a photo I.D. from all tobacco purchasers under 27 and limited vending-machines sales to adult-only locations. These federal restrictions can be lifted as a result of the Supreme Court ruling.
Jennifer Jones, CBS News, Charlotte.))


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It might be a set back for anti-tobacco activists but for many tobacco growers the Supreme Court decision is a good one.
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Bobby Wilkerson is a life-long tobacco grower in Pittsylvania County. He says he's been struggling to keep his tobacco farm going despite the many quota cut backs and other regulations. He says he's surprised by the decision.
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((BOBBY WILKERSON/TOBACCO FARMER: I'M STILL NOT SURE WHAT THE REACTION IS ON THE INDUSTRY BUT I'M VERY PLEASED THE FDA DOES NOT HAVE CONTROL THEY MAY BE THOUGHT THEY DID AT ONE TIME.))
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((DR. DAVID O. LEWIS/ANTI-TOBACCO ACTIVISTS: THE CANCER SOCIETIES HEART ASSOCIATIONS ETC, FELT THE FDA LAW CAN REGULATED CIGARETTES. I'M DISAPPOINTED BUT THE NEXT STEP IS THE LEGISLATION WILL COME BEFORE CONGRESS.))
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Some anti-tobacco activists say they will start lobbying their local congressmen to change the tobacco laws.
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Two local school teachers are charged with separate crimes. We'll have the details after this break,
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and then a little later in the newscast, Wayne Newton gives a Michigan teenager a tough lesson on playing his stereo too loud.
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Two teachers in Radford city schools have been charged with crimes on school grounds.
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James Anthony Dehart [DEE-hart] ... head wrestling coach and teacher at John Dalton Intermediate School ... was indicted yesterday.
He's charged with stealing Ritalin and Adderall ... both prescription drugs used to treat learning disabilities ... from a locked cabinet in the main office.
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Carroll Purcell, a gym teacher at Radford High School, was charged with the attempted assault and battery of a 14-year-old female student at the school.

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A hostage situation in suburban Baltimore is in its fourth day without a clue when it will end. A driving rain did not make things any easier for the police or the many people evacuated from their homes. Cathy Moss has this update.

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((Dundalk, a working class community outside of Balt. MD, is now nationally known for having a suspected murdered in its midstwhos been firing on police and holding 3 people hostage including 1 child.

SOT Bill Toohey, PIO, Balt. Cty. Police

Let us remember we believe he has murdered 4 people, kidnapped 2. Hes unpredictable, hes violent.
He is 31 year old Joeseph Palczynski, who has been on the run for 2 weeks. He has allegedly left a trail of shootings in the area and kidnapped his girlfriend. Palczynski is reportedly manic depressive, with a history of domestic abuse.
The girlfriend escaped and is now believed to be under police protection. But Palczynski has her mother, the womans boyfriend and his young son all at gun point.

(Locator: Gooding, Idaho, 1992)


A police stand-off is not new for Palczynski, Jobey as he is called. Here in Gooding, Idaho 8 years ago he held authorities at bay for 16 hours. It followed a domestic abuse complaint by a girlfriend. He was forced out with tear gas.

(Nat Sound Rain, neighborhood tracking shot)


Now Palczynski is back home, terrorizing folks here in a neighborhood sealed off because of his gun fire. Businesses are loosing customers

SOT Monica Roppelt, Office Manager

They wont come in, theyre afraid.
Some residents dont have mail delivery, the elementary is closed for a second day because its a red cross shelter. Dozens of families who live near the stand-off arent allowed back home and are trying to make do.

SOT Patrick Smith Red Cross Spokesman

Folks are ready to go home. ))

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Pope John Paul's Middle East trip brought him to Israel today-
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The pontiff arrived in Jerusalem by chopper- making history
During the trip the pope will visit Christian, Jewish and Muslim- holy sites- It's part of an effort to build a better understanding betweent the world's three major religions.
Thousands of officers are on patrol and security cameras watch even the most sacred places-
The Pope will celebrate masses in Bethlahem and he'll visit the West Bank.
Expectations are high among those of many religions in this land of such unrest.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll have to bail Patrick Evans out of a jam.
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Hundreds of local business people are being put in jail, but not by the police.
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The Muscular Dystrophy Association is locking people up to raise money by collecting "bail", and Patrick Evans has the story.
Patrick, these people aren't really going to jail, are they?
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Coming up today in Sports, the Roanoke Express sets its sights on a record breaking goal,
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and on HealthCheck, we'll meet a specialist at a local hospital. She's not a doctor, her job is make life more comfortable for sick children.
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A hospital here in Roanoke has a cutting edge program for sick children. It's the only one in Southwest Virginia according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Tina Tenret visited Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital to see what's so special. Jean, Community Hospital coughs up 45 thousand dollars a year so a child life specialist can make sick children smile.

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These specialists are the trend in larger hospitals -- but in our area, only Community Hospital has one. I spent time with a little boy named Bryan to see how Janice Zack changed his life.
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[opening shot is at UB 10:28:44 on Tape 1] That's nine-year-old Bryan Chumley, walking with his child life specialist. Bryan wants to be a policeman. He has leukemia.
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((MAXINE LUCAS/BRYAN'S GRANDMOTHER: WHEN HE FIRST GOT SICK, HE SCREAMED AND HOLLERED AND CRIED AND KICKED. BRINGING HIM TO THE HOSPITAL WAS JUST A NIGHTMARE.))
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[go to dog video which starts at 10:29:29 on Tape 1] But Bryan's in for a treat today.
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((NAT SOT: HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A DOG IN A HOSPITAL BEFORE? NO. NO, WHAT DO YOU THINK OF IT? IT'S WEIRD.))
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Bryan's child life specialist has collared Grace for a visit to the children's ward.
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((BRYAN CHUMLEY: LAUGHS. SHE'S TRYING TO LICK ME.))
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((JANICE ZACK/CHILD LIFE SPECIALIST: I THINK THAT'S THE WAY I GOT INTO BRYAN, TO SAY I'M HERE FOR YOU, WHAT DO YOU NEED?))
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[kids are playing either at the top of Tape 1 or starting at 11:05:27] Nurses and doctors don't have the time to befriend children. So Janice Zack works in this playroom: a sacred safety zone where medical procedures are outlawed.
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((ZACK: THEY CAN HAVE A PLACE TO SOCIALIZE, TO SHARE THEIR STORIES, SO TO SPEAK, OR JUST TO KNOW THERE ARE OTHER CHILDREN GOING THROUGH THE SAME THING.))
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[playing with doll starts at 11:53:36 Tape 1] Toys bear special meanings: kids operate on this doll, for example, and act out their fears.
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((ZACK: IF A CHILD STARTS BEATING ON A DOLL WITH THE SYRINGE, I MIGHT NOT STOP THEM BUT I MIGHT MAKE A STATEMENT LIKE, WELL YOUR DOCTOR OR NURSE WOULD NEVER DO THAT TO YOU. BUT THAT'S HOW YOU MIGHT FEEL, YOU MIGHT FEEL LIKE PEOPLE ARE COMING AT YOU WITH NEEDLES.))
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[Bryan starts playing with stressball at UB 12:04:07 -- end graph with shot at 12:05:48?] Zack also matches toys to each child: a stressball for Bryan, for example, to squeeze when he's nervous. Soon Bryan mustered the courage to help with his own injections.
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((ZACK: THERE ARE TIMES HE'LL COME UP TO ME VERY PROUDLY AND SAY I DON'T NEED MY STRESSBALL. I HELP NOW AND ALL I HAVE TO DO IS TAKE A DEEP BREATH AND IT'S OVER.))
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((ZACK: SO HERE'S A CHILD WHO'S REALLY LEARNED TO TAKE CONTROL, TO BE PART OF THE TEAM, NOT TO HAVE THINGS DONE TO HIM, BUT TO BE PART OF US.))
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Now play is crucial not only for a child in the hospital -- but also afterward at home. Janice Zack says parents should read their children hospital stories. Often kids won't talk about the experience but they cope by re-enacting it in play. Zack also prepares FAMILIES -- and not just for serious illnesses.
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Tomorrow Jean, we meet a little girl who had her tooth removed -- whose mother was more nervous than she was!

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It's time now for our website of the day, but don't expect anything too heavy. In fact Patrick Evans says today's page is Sugary Sweet and Oh So Neat.
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(( I know it's almost dinner time, but I'd like to encourage you to have a big helping of your favorite sugar laden kiddie cereal.
Fourtunately if you visit our website of the day, you don't have to eat any of them.
Topher's Guide to Breakfast Cereal Characters might bowl you over.
Of course everybody knows Captain Crunch is still around, but did you remember he once had an entire crew, a dog, a crunchberry beast, and a rather smelly pirate John LeFoot.
There were also some less successful characters who sank faster than a corn flake in milk.
Sir Grapefellow was a World War One flying ace who flew for his grape flavored oat cereal. He crash landed in 1972.
Count Chocula and Frankenberry are both monster success stories. The same can't be said for their friends the Yummy Mummy and Fruit Brute.
But the cereal world is alot like a soap opera, just because you're dead, it doesn't mean you can't come back.
The alien Quisp disappeared in the 1970's, but he's making a big comeback on the internet. So if you want to revisit your old cereal friends visit our website of the day through a link to our page at WDBJ7-dot-com. I'm Patrick Evan

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Good afternoon everybody. The two minute ticker is back in the fast lane this evening.
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The Martinsville Speedway welcomed three Winston Cup teams to the track for a test session today.
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Rusty Wallace, Jeremy Mayfield and Jerry Nadeau got in some hot laps after the track dried late in the morning hours.

They all plan to be back tomorrow to continue looking for the perfect setup. Today, much of the work centered around handling.
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The Goody's 500 comes your way on Sunday April 9th.


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The Express next takes the Round House ice this Friday night against Johnstown on Puck night. The first 15 hundred fans will receive pucks.
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They might also see center Mike Peron back in action for the first time since injuring his right hand against Richmond Saturday March 11th. The Express got some good news from Peron today at practice when his x-rays came back.
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((MIKE PERON/HAS MISSED THREE GAMES:THERE'S NOTHING BROKEN IN THERE SO I GOT THE GREEN LIGHT TO GO BACK OUT ON THE ICE AND NOW IT'S JUST GONNA BE WHETHER OR NOT I GET SOME STRENGTH BACK IN IT AND I CAN HANDLE THE PUCK AND SHOOT IT AND WHEN THAT COMES BACK I'LL BE ABLE TO RETURN TO THE LINE UP. I AM NOT SURE, HOPEFULLY I'LL BE ABLE TO GET IN A GAME THIS WEEKEND, BUT IF NOT, THEN HOPEFULLY ON THE ROAD BEFORE THE PLAYOFFS.))
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[PINNACLE 7511] And I want to make sure we remind you about the Sweet 16 March madness coming up on Your Hometown Station later this week. Thursday night the we have the Michigan State-Syracuse battle at 7:30 followed by Iowa State against UCLA in the Midwest region.
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[PINNACLE 7512] And then Friday it doesn't get any better than this - North Carolina against Tennessee and Duke and Florida. Have a good night everybody Jean will be right back to wrap up News 7 at Five in just a moment.
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A rap fan sat through an unusual punishment today for playing his stereo too loudly.
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Judge Michael Martone sentenced 18 year old Justin Rushford to two hours of Wayne Newton music today for breaking noise ordinances with his car stereo.
Rushford could have spent three months in jail and paid a 500 dollar fine.
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Before the sentence, Rushford said he had heard of Newton, but had never listened to his music. He says if he ended liking it, he would play in his stereo...just not too loudly.
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