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Coming up on News 7-
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Fire threatens portions of the Jefferson National Forest tonight.
An accident on Interstate 81 this evening backs traffic up for miles.
And-- thousands, including a group of women from Roanoke, send Congress a message this Mother's Day.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

News 7 is next.
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A forest fire just off the Blue Ridge Parkway burns more than 80- acres, and it's not out.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.[Brush-Fire]


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Officials believe the fire started yesterday and that Mother Nature is to blame.
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[Take FS Map]
The blaze is burning near the Marble Spring area of northwest Bedford County, in the Jefferson National Forest.
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((GLEN SZARZYNSKI/U. S. FOREST SERVICE: WE'VE BUILT A HAND LINE UP THE RIDGE AND TRYING TO STOP THE FIRE FROM MOVING UP THE MOUNTAIN. ))
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Crews have been fighting the fire since early this morning-- just off the Blue Ridge Parkway.
It was detected yesterday after a thunderstorm rolled through the area.
A storm that included lightning but little rain.
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((IT WAS NEVER ANYTHING TO BREAK OUT, IT WAS JUST UNCONTROLLED, CREEPING DOWN FROM THE LIGHTNING STRIKE ON THE RIDGE ON BOTH SIDES.))
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Right now-- authorities say the blaze is about 50- to 60- percent contained with crews from the U-S Forest and Park Service... as well as Division of Forestry all pitching in.
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((THIS IS ALL NATIONAL FOREST OR US PARK SERVICE AND SO IT'S ALL GOVERNMENT SO THERE IS NO THREAT TO PRIVATE PROPERTY OR RESOURES.))
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Authorities say the fire threatens a part of the James River Face Wilderness Area. They plan to continue fighting the fire tomorrow morning.


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A second fire has burned about 10 to 15 acres in northern Botetourt County.
Firefighters battled flames for much of the afternoon and evening along Draft Road ... that's off Craig Creek Road in the Eagle Rock area.




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A lot of people on I-81 may have been doing their own slow burn ... after a car and truck collided this afternoon.
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The accident backed up northbound traffic for two miles, from I-581 back toward Salem.
State police say a tractor trailer clipped the car while changing lanes, then pushed the auto ahead.
Two women were in the car. Both were released after hospital treatment.
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[Million-Mom]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Thousands of moms said no thanks to Mother's Day at home with their families.
Instead they went to Washington, DC for the Million Mom March.
Kate Weidaw followed a group from Roanoke.
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[Toss-2-Robin]
Much cooler temperatures out there tonight. Let's head over to Andrew in the weather center.
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[Toss back to anchor][Mothers-Day]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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For those who made this day extra special for the their mothers -- they were celebrating an American tradition that started 86 years ago.
Joy Sutton spent the day with some mothers in Roanoke County to see what the holiday means to them.
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[SUPER=01-Mebus Pope/Mother; :18]
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((
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((MEBUS POPE: I HAD A WONDERFUL MOM. SO WE MUST OF HAD A REAL GOOD TIME.))
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Mebus Pope was just 10 years old when Mothers Day became a holiday.
This 95 year old great grandmother -- says while she's received lots of gifts over the years -- celebrating this day with her children is what makes it so special.
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((MEBUS POPE: MY CHILDREN HAVE MEANT JUST SO MUCH TO ME THAT'S IT BEEN JUST GREAT BEING A MOTHER))
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And Pope's daughters joined dozens of others in celebrating this special day with the women at Elm Park Estates Retirement Residence in Roanoke County.
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((BETTY MCGEE/POPE'S DAUGHTER: I'M SURE HAVING A GREAT MOTHER HAS HELPED ME BE A MOTHER. WONDERFUL MEMORIES AT HER HOUSE AND THEN WITH MY CHILDREN AT MY HOUSE))

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Beatrice Burwell say as a retired teacher she has been a mother to hundreds of children -- and she says being a mother is a special role.
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((BEATRICE BURWELL: A MOTHER'S LOVE CAN NOT BE SURPASSED. A MOTHER WILL STAND BY YOU WHEN EVERYBODY ELSE IS GONE. A MOTHER DESERVES HONOR. SHE CAN'T GET TOO MUCH PRAISE))
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All of the women got special gifts from the staff -- but MaryJane Greer says the gift she received from her son on this holiday is one-of-a-kind.
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((MARYJANE GREER: I GOT A LEI FROM HAWAII FROM MY SON AND HIS WIFE IN HAWAII. IT'S ORCHIDS))
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And many of these grandmothers and great-grandmother -- say being a mother has been a dream come true -- and they wouldn't trade the experience for the world.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke County. ))













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Mothers Day wouldn't be possible without children -- so we talked to some local kids to see why their moms are so special.
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((SHE'S REALLY NICE AND WHEN WE GO TO THE STORE SHE USUALLY BUYS US SOMETHING)) ((SHE'S MY FRIEND ...)) ((BECAUSE SHE LOVES US AND TAKES US PLACES)) ((SHE FEED US. SHE CARES FOR US.)) (('CAUSE SHE PLAYS EMILY WITH ME AND THAT'S MY SPECIAL MONKEY THAT I HAVE AND I BRING HER TO THE ZOO TO SEE THE REAL MONKEYS)) ((SHE TAKES CARE OF US WHEN WE'RE SICK. SHE FEEDS US AND SHE CLEANS OUR ROOMS FOR US))
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A five-story apartment building collapses. The details are still ahead on News 7 at 11.
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And a difficult day for homeowners in Los Alamos. Many see their burned-out homes for the first time.
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The wildfire in New Mexico has now consumed at least 42- thousand acres.
Today more than a hundred residents who lost their homes in Los Alamos got an up- close look at the damage.
Lee Cowan has more.
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AS THE FLAMES RACE ACROSS NEW MEXICO, FIREFIRIGHTERS ARE FINDING THEMSELVES IN A RACE AGAINST TIME. ALTHOUGH MILES OF FIRE LINES HAVE HELD -- AND HELICOPTERS HAVE BEEN ABLE TO DOUSE THE FLAMES WITH NEARLY 180-THOUSAND GALLONS OF WATER A DAY -- THE WEATHER IS ABOUT TO CHANGE.

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"This has been a recurring pattern for the last week and a half .. and you know it's play it again Sam. This fire may get up and run off again. We hope not. But we'll see."
WINDS HAVE BEEN THE ONE INGREDIENT THAT FIREFIGHTERS HAVE FEARED THE MOST. AND EVEN THOUGH SOME 7-THOUSAND RESIDENTS IN THE TOWN OF WHITE ROCK WERE ALLOWED TO RETURN HOME OVER THE WEEKEND, FEAR OF MONDAY'S HIGH WINDS COULD KEEP RESIDENTS IN LOS ALAMOS WAITING FOR AS LONG AS A WEEK.
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MANY WILL BE WAITING EVEN LONGER THAN THAT. A GRIM TOUR BY SCHOOL BUS...
((HOME VIDEO)) OF THE DEVASTATION OF SOME 260 HOMES ... SHOWED RESIDENTS THERE IS LITTLE IF ANYTHING LEFT.
((JUDY UPSAHL/LOST HOME IN FIRE)) "The day before the fire there were humming birds here. That apricot tree was loaded with apricots. It's all gone."
FOR IRENE MARTINEZ THE RIDE WAS SURREAL.
((IRENE MARTINEZ/LOST HOME IN FIRE)) "There were times .. someone else's turn"
AND THAT'S HOW IT WENT FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE.
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A five story apartment building collapsed in downtown Cairo, Egypt today killing at least 17 people.
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Rescuers are still searching for survivors.
Residents in the neighborhood say as many as 20 people could be buried in the 20-foot-high pile of debris.
But officials say they're doubtful any survivors will be found.
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Meanwhile-- rescue crews have intensified their search for survivors at the site of an explosion in the Netherlands.
Yesterday-- a fireworks warehouse exploded killing at least 20- people.
More than 500- were injured when the explosions engulfed several blocks of homes.
Rescuers intensified their search efforts today after hearing rapping sounds underneath the rubble.
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She makes teddy bears .. lots of them.
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Still ahead, meet the Franklin County woman who calls herself a "bear-a-holic".
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[Va-Profile]


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[**NOTE ANCHOR TAG**]
She calls herself a bear-aholic.
But Mary Beckner isn't concerned about her addiction-- in fact she's turned her love for bears into a full-time business.
Joy Sutton has more in this week's Virginia Profile.
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(( They're cute, They're cuddly, and they each have their own unique style -- they're all teddy bears designed by Mary Beckner of Franklin County.
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((ONCE I STARTED MAKING TEDDY BEARS IT'S KIND OF LIKE AN ADDICTION YOU WANT TO CONTINUE MAKING MORE AND MORE OF THEM))


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In fact, Beckner has made more than 500 bears -- and she has sold them all over the world.
Most of her bears cost about a hundred dollars --
She's even been featured in Teddy Bear Review -- but that's not good enough for this designer -- she hoping for a golden teddy award.
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((MY GOAL IS TO JUST DESIGN A BEAR THAT GETS NOMINATED. I DON'T CARE IF IT WINS. I JUST WANT TO BE IN THE MAGAZINE))
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Beckner says designing bears is an art form -- and that's why she enjoys teaching other how to make their own.
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((I LOVE TO GO THE GOODWILL STORE AND PICK-OUT OLD COATS, THIS IS ACTUALLY A SYNTHETIC COAT THAT I PURCHASED MONTHS AGO. IT'S GOING TO BECOME A BEAR))
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Beckner can make a bear out almost any material -- but she mainly uses mohair-- which is made from sheep wool, lama fur and angora goat, and it cost 130 dollars.
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((I DON'T THINK TEDDY BEARS ARE ABOUT MAKING MONEY, TEDDY BEAR ARE ABOUT RELAXING AND HAVING A GOOD TIME. ))
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And Beckner says she couldn't imagine spending her retirement any other way.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Franklin County.))
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Beckner also donates some of bears to charity each year.

















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Two men who escaped from a prison in nearby West Virginia are back in custody tonight.
The two broke out of the Denmar Correctional Center in Pochahontas County early Saturday. They were arrested at a motel in Maine this afternoon, after police traced a phone call one of the made.



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The Lady Maroons of Roanoke College are the N-C-Double-A division three Atlantic Regional championship beating Cabrini 3 to nothing in nine.
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A nice crowd at the Moyers Sport Complex for the championship game.
The Lady Maroons try to score as Kari Whitney hits one to the fence but Holly Morris was thrown out at the plate sending the game to extra innings.
But Roanoke would break through in the top of the ninth. With the bases loaded Rachel Capozzi hits one back to the pitcher who bobbles the ball allowing Amy Layman to score the run to make it 1 to nothing.
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The Maroons add to their lead as Kelly Gouldthorpe hits this single to centerfield scoring Holly Morris and Kari Whitney and Roanoke gets the 3 to nothing win in 9 innings.
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Roanoke advances to the national championship bracket which begins on Thursday at the Moyer Sports Complex.

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Atlanta completed a three game sweep in Philadelphia routing the Phillies 11 to 2.
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[VO-NAT]
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Moms at the game on Mothers day in Philly.
In the top of the first Chipper Jones puts the Braves on top sending this pitch over the right field wall for a solo homer Atlanta led 3 to nothing.
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Then in the second Andruw Jones comes up big with this two run homer over the left field wall and the Braves win it 11 to 2.
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Boston takes over first place in the American League East with a 10 to 1 win over Baltimore.
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Brady Anderson gives flowers to a lady in centerfield.
The Red Sox got on the board in the bottom of the first. Darren Lewis smokes this pitch it ends up in the left field bleachers for a solo homer and a 1 to nothing Boston lead.
[SUPER=35-Boston/10/Baltimore/1/;]


The Sox came up big on defense too. Jeff Conine hits this double, Harold Banes tries to score from first but he's gunned down at the plate and Boston goes on to win it 10 to 1.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-St. Louis, MO/KPLR; :]


A big day for Mark McGwire.
Big Mac hit two homers today giving him 536 for his career. He moves past Jimmy Foxx, who hit 534 and he ties Mickey Mantle for the 8-th spot on baseball's career home run list. The Cards beat the Dodgers 12 to 10.
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Charlie Ward scored 20 points and hit several key baskets down the stretch as New York beat Miami 91 to 83 to tie the series at 2 games each.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/NBC SPORTS; :]


Jeff Van Gundy walking the sideline during a break in the action.
Jamal Mashburn pulls up and hits this jumper and the Heat trailed 73 to 68.
But New York's Allan Houston answered with this three pointer to make it an 8 point lead.
The Heat goes to its big man Alonzo Mourning he hits the turn around jumper but the Knicks maintained a six point lead.
[SUPER=32-New York/91/Miami/83/;]


Then Ward took over down the stretch scoring New Yorks final 9 points as the Knicks get the 91 to 83 win.
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[SUPER=03-Salt Lake City, UT/NBC SPORTS; :]


Utah sends its playoff series back to Portland with today's win.
The Jazz led all the way but when Portland's Brian Grant threw down the monster jam the lead was cut to 1, 81 to 80.
Then Utah's Karl Malone stepped up and hits the jumper for 2 of his game high 27.
[SUPER=32-Utah/88/Portland/85/;]


The Jazz sealed the win Bryon Russell drives along the baseline for the jam and Utah wins it 88 to 85.
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((JOHN STOCKTON/SCORED 18 POINTS: THAT'S WHAT WE NEED FROM EVERYBODY WHETHER YOU'RE DOWN 3-0 OR 3-1 OR UP WE NEED TO BE HUNGRY TO GO OUT THERE AND COMPETE.))
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Utah trails in the series 3 games to 1.

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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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The N-B-A has suspended Indiana's Reggie Miller and Philadelphia's Matt Geiger for their fight in yesterday's game four of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY/NBC SPORTS; :]


The suspensions are the result of Matt Geiger's second flagrant foul on Miller during the game. Miller pushed Geiger in the face both players were ejected.
Miller will sit out one game and Geiger two. Geiger was fined 20-thousand dollars and the 76-ers 50-thousand. Miller received a five thousand dollar fine.
Both players will miss game five tomorrow in Indianapolis
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[TALENT=Roy]
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If there's a game six, Geiger will miss it. Otherwise he will sit out the first game of next season.
The Pacers lead the series 3 games to 1.


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New Jersey opened the N-H-L's Eastern conference final with a win on the road.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA/ABC SPORTS; :]


Devils head coach Larry Robinson on the bench.
The Devils scored three times in the first period two goals coming 26 seconds apart in a 4 to 1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers.
And here are the rest of the scores.
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Hale Irwin defended his Nationwide Championship title today. He shot a final round 3 under par 69 for a one shot win.
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The P-G-A tour made its stop in Texas for the Byron Nelson Classic.
Jesper Parnevik would score the win in sudden death making a par putt on the third playoff hole to beat Davis Love the third and Phil Mickleson.
The three tied at 269, 11 under par.
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