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Coming up on News 7,
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Thousands come to the Salem Civic Center to celebrate Easter. And a car accident in Franklin County claims the life of one person.
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In sports, the NBA playoffs roll on again today, we will have the latest, we will also check in with the Cave Spring boys soccer team, major league baseball for ya
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and the ACC lacrosse championship faced off at Byrd Stadium at Maryland today.
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Thousands gathered at the Salem Civic Center this morning to celebrate Easter.
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Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon.

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Christians all around the world are celebrating Easter today.
And one local parish decided to make its service a little different this year -- and make it a grand celebration.
Joy Sutton the story.
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The congregation of Our Lady of Nazareth Church of Roanoke County -- packed the Salem Civic Center -- as thousands of worshippers came to celebrate Easter.
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((FATHER JOE LEHMAN/PASTOR: WE SAID HOW CAN WE BETTER OPEN THE DOORS OF OUR CHURCH AND THAT'S WHY WE DECIDE TO LOOK AROUND FOR ANOTHER PLACE THAT WAS SLIGHTLY BIGGER THAN OUR PRESENT SANCTUARY. THIS WAS MORE THAN SLIGHTLY BIGGER THAN OUR SANCTUARY, THEN WE DECIDED RATHER THAN HAVING A NUMBER OF SERVICES WHY DON'T WE JUST HAVE ONE BIG SERVICE AND CELEBRATE THE RESURRECTION WITH GUSTO))
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There was dancing -- praying -- and communion -- as they congregation celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
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((THE RESURRECTION, EASTER IS SOMETHING TO BE LIVED DAY AFTER DAY))
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Father Lehman says this is the first time the church has held Easter Service at a different location -- and he says the turn-out was overwhelming.
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((NORA VITELLO/CHURCH MEMBER:IT WAS A LOT SPECIALER THAT WE WERE HERE AND THAT THERE WERE SO MANY PEOPLE))
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And with a parish of this size -- Father Lehman says the church has the power to continue to make a difference in the Roanoke Valley by spreading the message of Jesus.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Salem.))


















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One person is dead after a head on collision in Franklin County this afternoon.
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The driver of this red car was killed on route 739 in Boones Mill after colliding with this Bronco. The driver and passenger in the truck were taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital by EMS -- no word on their condition. Officials are not releasing the name of person killed at this time. The accident is under investigation.
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Another accident, this one in Salem, sends five people to the hospital.
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It happened around 11 - this morning on West Main Street. A car turning off of Fort Lewis Boulevard pulled out in front of another vehicle traveling west.
The two cars collided. Authorities say none of the injuries appear life threatening.
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Since last night two armed robberies have taken place in our area.
Radford police say a masked gun-man forced two employees of the Deli Mart on Jefferson Street into a freezer.
No shots were fired and no one was injured.
The suspect fled with an undetermined amount of cash.
He's described as a white male in his late 20's to early 30's.



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The second armed robbery was in Wythe County -
This time a woman was robbed at gun point at a gas station. Police say it occurred around 12-45 this morning at the Exxon near I-81 at exit 77. Authorities say when the clerk was leaving she was approached in the parking lot by a masked-man with a semi-automatic. The clerk gave the man an undisclosed amount of money before he fled the scene. No one was hurt. It's not clear if the two armed robberies are related.



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Still ahead on the broadcast, a local university deals with a meningitis outbreak. We'll tell you what's still being done to protect students.
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And this gas station in Roanoke County has been loosing money ever since Lowe's moved to town. Find out why when we return.
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Progress is costing one business customers.
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The Save X Gas Station on Route 220 South in Roanoke used to be open all night, but not anymore.
When the new Lowes went up across the street the sales here went down.
That's because the state put in a new cement divider. People heading southbound can turn into the station, but they can't get back out going South.
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The store used to bring in between five and six hundred dollars between midnight and six A-M. That dropped to around 150 a night- so now the store is closed during those hours.
Southbound truckers- who made up a big portion of sales- just keep rolling by.
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((WELL GOING SOUTH WE JUST IN TROUBLE, CANT' TURN UP IN THERE. REPORTER: WHAT DO YOU DO? JUST KEEP STRAIGHT ON DOWN TO THE NEXT TRUCK STOP.))
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While the state built the divider for safety- the Save X manager Charlie Gremore says there are alternatives that could have kept the store accessible without jeopardizing safety.
He says the Save X owner tried to talk to the state but it didn't do any good.
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A local university was dealing with a meningitis outbreak this week and Carilion is giving Franklin County a reason to smile. Tonya Flory has more in this week's health check report.
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(([field tapes -- Radford Meningitis] Radford University is on a mission to vaccinate all freshman students against the potentially fatal bacterial infection meningitis. Three students got meningitis last week, now the Health department and the college are offering free shots to students to protect themselves from becoming infected.
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all three students who got sick are doing fine now. Now new cases of meningitis have been reported in the New River Valley. Radford University is offering shot Monday from 9:00 to noon.
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A 110-thousand dollar grant from Carilion is providing the Franklin County Health Department with adult dental services. Volunteer dentists in the community see eligible patients for routine visits including cleanings and fillings.
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((DR. JAMES HARTIGAN/DENTIST: THERE ARE PROBLEMS THAT CAN CAUSE INFECTIONS NOT ONLY IN YOUR MOUTH BUT OTHER PARTS OF THE BODY, IT CAN SPREAD TO OTHER AREAS. IT CAN AFFECT YOUR HEART, CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH.))
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The clinic is located in a trailer behind the health department and is opened Mondays from 8:15 in the morning until 5:00 in the evening. ))

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Some Virginia lawmakers are saying they may need more time to vote on bills.
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During this years 60 day session 32-hundred bills were introduced -- that's 50 percent more than just ten years ago.

Some lawmakers claim they sometimes don't even know what they're voting on. In an effort to find a solution to the problem some have recommended fewer committees.
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A civil rights commission says Virginia's criminal justice system is more harsh on blacks than any other group.


After looking at state police records, the 15 member group determined that blacks are charged with crimes at disproportional rates.
The formal report will be issued this week.
The commission serves as an advisory board to President Clinton on civil-rights issues.



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The Elian Gonzalez case and the anniversary of the Columbine school shootings dominated the news last week.
And those events brought some letters from our viewers.
Assignment editor Joe McKean has this week's Feedback.
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((The action that federal authorities took early Saturday morning to reunite the Cuban boat boy and his father prompted a Roanoke viewer to send an email to President Clinton...and a copy to us. [Daryl McKay Roanoke]
"I hold you personally responsible...for the violent way the INS took Elian Gonzales away from his relatives in Miami. You could have done something...you chose to do nothing. I hope it haunts you to your dying day!"
A year after the massacre at Columbine High School, images of the tragedy once again filled local and network newscasts.
A viewer from Danville wrote: [Marilyn Rigney Danville]
"These families and students have worked very hard through prayer and encouragement from the Christian community to grieve and go on with their lives for the past year, and then the media comes along and hashes it all over again with reports, videos, photos and interviews. How can people find the strength to heal from such tragedies if they are not allowed to go forward?"
Your comments on issues in the news and how we handle them are always appreciated.
Our mailing address is News-7, P.O. Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
To send a fax, just dial 343-7269.
Email goes to news@wdbj7.com.
And you'll find a moderated online forum at our website, wdbj7.com.
Joe McKean, News-7.))




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Next on News 7...
Now that the Easter Bunny has come and gone..
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What do you do with everything that was left on his trail?
We'll give you some "egg-citing" tips for the POST egg-hunt clean up when we return.
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Did you know that in an average week American consumers buy more than 67-million dozen eggs?
But during Easter week that number soars to about 200-million.
So what do you do with the leftovers?
We have some answers in today's Web site of the Day.
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Who better to contact when it comes to leftover Easter eggs, than the American Egg Board-
Log onto its web site and you can find just about anything you need to know about eggs-
Check out the "EGG-cyclopedia for definitions of anything related to eggs- The list is long.
To figure out what to do with those extra Easter eggs- the site features 150 recipes ranging from breakfast and brunch and main meals- to desserts-
How about whipping up a country kiesch using those extra "uncooked" eggs you have left.
For hard boiled eggs- The Italian and Spinach egg rolls caught our eye- The recipe uses four hard cooked eggs.
The kids may prefer the Egg Salad pizza cones- made with pepperoni and pizza sauce-
Egg classics are also on the site- as well as diet conscious recipes-
The Egg Board also offers safety tips and free stuff-
To get to the web site go to www-dot A-E-B-dot org. ))
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By the way, this coming week is National Egg Salad Week.

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We will check out the ACC lacrosse championship as well as the NBA playoffs and the last round of the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic,
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and Cave Spring's top soccer player is out of the country, we will tell you why in sports.
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The Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse championship would play out on this Easter Sunday.
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The University of Maryland would host the title game as the homestanding Terps took on the defending national champion Virginia Cavaliers.
We pick up the action in the second quarter. Watch UVa's Ian Shore take the cross field feed and beat Maryland goalie Pat McGinnis off stick low from in close, he rips rope to give Virginia the 6-2 advantage.
[SUPER=34-Virginia/11/Maryland/7;]The Cavs would turn the Terps away time and time again, holding Maryland scorele

ss for almost 22 minutes in the first half.
UVa Canadian freshman AJ Shannon then finds the back of the net on this shot, the fourth straight goal for the wahoos as they capture the ACC title 11-7.
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From the field to the hard wood and the NBA playoffs where the New York Knicks and the Toronto Raptors opened their series in the Big Apple.
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The playoff tested Knicks would teach Vince Carter and the Raptors a lesson about the post season. Watch LJ make the nice spin move and finish, two of his 15 points.
Mugsy Bogues did provide some offensive punch for the Raptors, ripping rope on this three pointer from the right side, half of his output.
Carter was held to just 16 points and shot a not so good three for 20 from the field.
[SUPER=32-New York/92/Toronto/88;]Letrell Spreewell would add 20 points for the knicks, including this nice drive and

hoop. The Knicks held the Raptors to just 12 first quarter points.
Alan Houston also knocked down 21 for New York as the Knicks open the series with a 92-88 win.
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In other playoff action. Portland beat Minnesota 91-88 in their opening post season game. Scottie Pippen, in his mid
30's, lead all scorers with 28 bigtimne points. Damon Staoudelmire chipped in 18 points. Minnesota was lead by7 Malik S

ealy's 23 points.

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The Cave Spring Soccer team is three and OH in the Roanoke Valley District and 5 and 2 overall. Both losses came last Tuesday and Wednesday against high powered Woodbridge and Osbourne.
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One key member of the Knights team was absent for those two losses. Second team all state performer John Hartman is out of the country.
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That game is Tuesday. Glen Grunewald is one of many players who have stepped up their play this season. Grunewald leads the Knights in points with 18, stats that include six goals.
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The New York Mets would play host to the Chicago Cubs today.
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The Mets fan favorite Mike Piazza received an Easter welcome from his New York faithful.
He and his teammates would respond, giving them back to back homers in the first inning. Piazza sends this shot out of the yard on a high flying homer and it is 3-nothing Mets.
Don't forget about Sammy Sosa. He puts a little salsa on this pitch, going the opposite way to right field, it's a two run homer and we are tied at three all in the top of the third inning.
[SUPER=32-New York/15/Chicago/8;]But Derek Bell rings in with a blast to right in the bottom of the fourth, a three

run bomb and the Mets would not look back.
Piazza adds a two run double in the fifth inning as New York downs the Chicago Cubs 15 to 8.

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The Yankees were in Toronto to face the Blue Jays to day, looking for some redemption, the Jays given the Bronx Bombers a re tough time of late. This game was all about the homer, take a listen and a look to all the homers.
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Yankees Bernie William's his two of the many as New York beat Toronto 10 to 7 in a homerun feast.
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Who would take home the top prize at the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic today?
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The final round teed off today in Greensboro as golfers gunned for a lot of money and a shiny new Chrysler car, that would look nice in front of my house, of course I am ugly at golf.
Thank goodness for our viewing audience Hal Sutton is not. Here on the 14th hole, the leader puddle jumps with the nice shot off the tee with a seven iron. Sutton puts it right up the fairway.
But he would make a six on this hole to go to 13 under for the tournament.
Andrew MacGee was in hot pursuit in second, here he tees off on the par four 14. But Sutton goes on to win the event.

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