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Today on news 7 at 5, interest rates are going up again. We'll tell you by how much,
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and firefighters are able to contain the forest fire in Bedford County.
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After a chilly start, we are heading back into more humidity and showers in the short term forecast.

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In medical news, Carilion decides where it will build a 75 million dollar biomedical center,
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and we'll tell you how some young people learned a trip to the hospital doesn't have to be scary.
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Plan on paying more for everything from car loans to credit cards
The interest rate is going up yet again.
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This time the rate will increase one half of one percent- bringing the prime rate to nine and half percent.
What will it mean to you? Lisa Hughes has more.
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[SUPER=01-Bill Hounshell/Realtor;]
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(( So far, rising interest rates have not cooled down Americas red-hot economy. The Fed has raised short-term rates a quarter one percent five times in the past year. And it hasnt slowed spending. Now-to ward off inflation-Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan has announced a more significant increase. Interest rates will go up one half of one percent. James Grant/Interest Rate Analyst THERE IS VERY MUCH A SENSE THE FED IS TRYING TO RUN AND CATCH UP. Ding! Ding! Ding! The Fed worries optimistic investors in the so-called new economy have been too willing to overspend on over-valued stocks.. The rate hike could make them more selective. Banks are raising their prime lending rate to 9-point-5 percentthe highest level in nine years.
Bill Hounshell/Realtor I GET THE QUESTION: WHAT WILL IT DO TO MY MONTHLY PAYMENT. HOW MUCH WILL MY MONTHLY PAYMENT INCREASE. Despite their initial concern, realtor Bill Hounshell says homebuyers in tight markets dont worry as much about interest rates as they do about getting outbid on a house-another sign of booming growth.
THIS BUILDING HAS PARKING Kyle Mudd is in a bidding war for a Washington, DC condo. The rate hike isnt a deal-breaker but it is a complication.
Kyle Mudd/Home buyer IT MAKES IT HARDER TO DECIDE WHAT KIND OF A LOAN YOURE GOING TO GO WITH WHETHER ITS FIXED OR WHETHER ITS A GRADUATED LOAN OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT.
LISA HUGHES; OC; Some home buyers may try to refinance when rates go down. But the fed could raise interest rates again as early as next month ..if
the latest increase doesnt have some effect on the nations record-breaking economy.))

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Crews are still working to contain a forest fire in Bedford County, but authorities say the worst appears to be over.
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The blaze along the Blue Ridge Parkway near Big Island has been burning for nearly three days.
Officials say crews have built a fire line around the entire area, and the line appears to be containing the flames.
They also say water drops by helicopter and an airplane yesterday were very effective in keeping hot spots from spreading.
The fire has now burned more than 300 acres.
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Things are not going as well for firefighters in New Mexico.
High winds are making their lives difficult as the blaze near Los Alamos continues to burn.
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((The Los Alamos fire ate up another two thousand acres overnight burning persistantly above a town slowly coming back to life.
Nat Sot: Woman & dog; "we are moving back in"
Narr: More than 8-thousand residents who were evacutated in the face of New Mexico's largest fire in history are finally coming home....some are finding disaster was only inches away.
Sot: Patrick McClure It literally burned the pine-needles right up to the house and burned these first couple of three steps
(edit) we are lucky, very happy.


Narr: But for 400 other families today was another day of waiting - with promises from the federal government to make the community whole again - their first offer isn't enough.

sot: (man town hall meeting) Thirteen thousand - four hundred dollars is

not going do anything. Ans:Buddy Young/FEMA Well it's better than nothing.
Narr: President Clinton has declared Los Alamos a disaster area and the House has passed a resolution calling for the goverment to take responsibility for the fire and to compensate the victims properly .
BRIDGE; LEE COWAN OC; But even with that act of congres - relief could still be months away ...exactly what kind of damage would be compensated , how much and how to apply for it remains up in the air.

sot: Tim Holmes/Los Alamos home owner

I'm not really sure how everything is gonna be handled right now.
Narr: Unlike tornados or floods this fire may have been someone's fault and that could skyrocked the number of claims and create miles of red tape..a team of about a dozen investigators is looking into the fire and promises to release it's findings on Thursday...the first step to a long road of recovery. Lee Cowan, CBS News Los Alamos.))

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Still to come on the newscast, we'll tell you about efforts to save a local piece of history,
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and Virginia Tech says it is investigating charges made against its own police chief.
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Virginia Tech's police chief is on paid leave while the university investigates an employee complaint against him.
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Mike Jones has been with the department for 30 years -- 10 of them as police chief.
Tech officials will NOT say what the allegation against Jones is -- only that it's a personnel matter involving "interpersonal relations."
They say the complaints were raised by two subordinates.
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((LARRY HINCKER/TECH SPOKESMAN: IT'S A SERIOUS ALLEGATION. IT'S ONE THAT YOU HAVE TO TAKE SERIOUSLY BASED ON THE NATURE. BUT I THINK IT'S ALSO IMPORTANT THAT THE POLICE CHIEF IS IN A POSITION OF HIGH AUTHORITY AND HAS A STRONG COMMAND OF PEOPLE UNDER HIS PURVIEW AND AS A RESULT THE MANAGING SUPERVISOR FELT THAT IT WAS IMPORTANT THAT THE POLICE CHIEF STAND ASIDE TEMPORARILY.))
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Jones could not be reached today for comment.
The university's personnel department hopes to wrap up the investigation quickly.
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A Botetourt man is suing the county supervisors
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for keeping people out of a public hearing on the budget.
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Bob Patterson is suing county supervisors for letting crowds of people stand outside a budget public hearing without moving to another building. Patterson confronted the board chairman about this when the meeting started.
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((HIS RESPONSE TO THAT WAS IF I WANTED HIM TO COMPLY WITH THE FIRE CODE HE WOULD HAVE ENOUGH PEOPLE LEAVE SO IT WOULD COMPLY.))
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The Freedom of Information Act guarantees residents the right to watch government in action. Botetourt supervisors were not available to respond. Coming up on News7 at Six, hear why Patterson plans to sue the supervisors again next week.
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Efforts are underway to save one of Buena Vista's oldest landmarks.
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The Paxton House Historical Society wants to restore the Paxton House at the Glen Maury park to its former glory.
The plantation was built around 1830.
But to turn it into a place that could be used for educational and social occasions will take hundreds of thousands of dollars.
So the society is preparing to launch a major fundraising campaign.
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The historical society is helping to pay for an archeological dig at the site to gather artifacts for a museum.
Coming up at six... we'll show you some of the items that have already been found .
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The Confederate flag may be coming down from the atop the South Carolina statehouse- but that's not good enough for the N-Double- A-C-P.
It doesn't like the idea that the flag will be moved to the Civil War monument on the state house grounds.
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((KWEISI MFUME/NAACP PRES: IF THINGS DON'T WORK OUT WITHIN THE NEXT 48 TO 72 HOURS, WE EXPECT TO EXPAND THE BOYCOTT. WE EXPECT TO HAVE MORE DEMONSTRATIONS IN SOUTH CAROLINA LIKE THE ONE IN JANUARY WHERE WE HAD ALMOST 50-THOUSAND PEOPLE THERE.))
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(M-Foo-may) Mfume says the proposed new location still bears too much meaning.
He's asked the entertainment industry and organized labor to support his cause.
The N-Double A-C-P is also asking the college sports teams to cancel their athletic events played in South Carolina.
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It's the OTHER story of Virginia's European beginnings--
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--the one about Jamestown as the first port of entry for African slaves in the British colonies.
James City County's records were destroyed during the Civil War.
But as Virginia hands over a million dollars to start a National Slavery Museum on a nearby farm, Jamestown struggles to find the truth.
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((KAREN REHM/JAMESTOWN HISTORIAN: WE'VE DONE A LAND-HOLDING STUDY TO FIND OUT WHO ACTUALLY OWNED WHAT LAND. AS SOON AS WE HAD THAT KEY, THAT ENABLED US TO LOOK AT OTHER RECORDS, TO FIND OUT WHO OWNED PROPERTY. AND THEN YOU CAN FIND WHO HAD SLAVES.))
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Coming up at on NEWS 7 at SIX, Ellen Qualls has part two of "Unshackling the Past," our series on remembering slavery in Virginia.
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Coming up a little later on the newscast,
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we'll meet a group of models who prove you don't have to be a teenager to be a fresh face in the business.
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Coming up today in Sports, just months after cutting his way through the Tennesse Titans' defense, quarterback Kurt Warner goes under the knife. Mike Stevens will have the diagnosis.
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[VO] and then on Health Check, we'll be there as some children learn the hospital is not such a scary place after all.
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The Carilion Biomedical Institute will be built in Roanoke. An exact location will be disclosed at a news conference tomorrow morning. But a Carilion spokesperson says the site chosen is in the vicinity of Reserve Avenue. Carilion was considering three locations in the Roanoke Valley- one in Botetourt County, one in Roanoke County and the other in Roanoke City. The search has taken several months. Plans for the 75-million dollar project were announced back in November. The Institute is a joint venture between Carilion, The University of Virginia and Virginia Tech.

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Ten preschool children were taken to the Emergency Department at Carilion Community Hospital this morning -- on a field trip. Students from Community School in Roanoke got a shot of courage and a dose of reality as they faced a trip to the hospital. Tonya Flory reports.
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(( Curiosity overcame fear for a group of four year olds as they learned what happens inside a hospital emergency room.
At first many were hesitant to get mock treatment.
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but as they experienced the procedures in a non-threatening way they became less intimidated, more brave and even excitedly volunteered.
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((DR. WALT KANIEFSKI/ER PHYSICIAN: WE SEE A LOT OF KIDS HERE AND THEY'RE SCARED THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT TO EXCEPT, THEY HAVEN'T SEEN THE PLACE, EVERYTHING'S NEW TO THEM AND SCARY SO THIS IS A WAY I THOUGHT TO BRING THEM THROUGH HERE, SEE THE ROOMS THEY'RE GOING TO BE IN, WHAT IT'S LIKE TO GET A SUTURE OF SPLINT, DECREASE THE FEAR FACTOR AND MAKE IT EASIER ON THEM.)) [RUNS:18]
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halfway through the ER tour, their hearts were racing to be the next in line even to have a broken arm.
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This isn't Christiana's first time in the ER, and not just because her dad's the doctor.
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((CHRISTIANA KANIEFSKI/HOSPITAL VISITOR: ONE TIME I WAS HERE WITH A PENCIL IN MY EAR. WHAT HAPPENED? WELL, I WAS RUNNING WITH IT UP HERE AND I FELL ON THE TV SCREEN AND IT JAMMED INTO MY EAR.)) [RUNS:12]
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That experience was enough to make this preschooler and her classmates not want to come back for a real visit.
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Tonya Flory, News 7, Health Check.))

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Welcome folks to the Tuesday two minute sports ticker.
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We begin this afternoon with news concerning the MVP from last season's Super Bowl, Kurt Warner.
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This morning Warner was taken to Missouri Baptist Hospital for an emergency appendectomy. Apparently Warner had not been feeling well last weekend. His appendix did not burst, but was only inflamed. The surgery took less than an hour.
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The B'nai B'rith athletic and achievement awards for the year 2000 were handed out last night as the local Israel Friedlander Lodge celebrated his 50th anniversary.
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(( Many of the winners from past years came back to help celebrate the golden anniversary including the first ever recipient - former Addison star Everett Miller. ((EVERETT MILLER:)) Miller would get to see this year's outstanding group of 30 scholar-athletes receive their some well deserved accolades. William Fleming's Alani Price won the Artie Levin Personal Life honor. The late fitness guru's daughter Cindy presented the award which recognizes citizenship and community service. ((ALANI PRICE:)) William Byrd's Scott Wise picked up the top B'nai B'rith honor in the boy's category - but topping 14 of his area high school peers. ((SCOTT WISE:)) Heather Bane won the girl's honor. In so doing she gave Lord Botetourt high school four female B'nai B'rith winners since 1989.)) ((HEATHER BANE:))

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And coming up tonight on News 7 at six - we still have along hot summer to get through before football season begins,
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but the first batch of 2000 football trading cards are now in area hobby shops. Local collectors have been gobbling them up because some for former Cavs and Hokies are prominently featured. More on the coveted wax tonight at six. Take care everybody
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It's time for our website of the day and this afternoon, Patrick Evans explains how you can use the internet to get your groceries delivered right to your door.
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(( While I doubt Net-Grocer-dot-com will completely replace your market, it may make your life easier, especially if you are looking for something your local store doesn't carry.
The site offers some of your favorite name brands and some harder to find items. In addition to groceries, they stock household items, over the counter drugs, books, C-D's and even pet supplies.
What you're not going to find is fresh meat and produce or refrigerated items, they're too difficult to ship. Also you should expect to pay a little extra for the convenice of having your food delivered right to your door.
So prices are slightly higher than you will find on your local shelves AND that's before you factor in shipping and handling charges.
Still if your local store doesn't have what you're looking for, check our website of the day...after all where else can you find Quisp cereal in the Valley.
You can find the net grocer through a link to our website at WDBJ7-Dot Com. ))

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A group of models is hoping to change the face of beauty in America.
They are all competing to become the most beautiful woman over the age of 40.
Jennifer Laird reports.
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((TONIGHT, 10 WOMEN FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY, CHOSEN FROM OVER 4,000 CONTESTANTS, WILL PARADE DOWN THE RUNWAY AT MACY'S , HOPING THEY WILL BECOME THE "MORE MAGAZINE" 40 PLUS MODEL.

SOT: Valerie Barba, Age 41/Pt. Pleasant, NJ (:13-:15)

"There is competition, let me tell you."

SOT Joy Goldschmidt, Age 50/Los Angeles, CA (:16-:25)

"I think I wouldn't have been able to do this ten years ago or 20 years ago--now at 50. I'm totally comfortable because it's not so much about looks as who you are and what you are."

SOT: Janay Colon,Age 40/Clifton, NJ (:26-:38)

"All of a sudden I get thsi call from Wilhelmina telling me I'm one of the ten finalists...I screamed so loud, "Yes! Yes! I'm forty years old and I've still got it!"

ON CAMERA SOT: Jennifer Laird/ThirdAge Correspondent (:39-:51)

Over 35 million American women are past the age of forty and they've got an estimated 3 billion dollars to spend on beauty products, alone. If they're going to buy something they want to see it worn by someone their own age.

SOT: Myrna Blyth/MORE Magazine, Editor-in-Chief (:52-1:04)

"You used to want to become a model at 15 or 17 and that was your only chance. Well today you have a real chance to come a model too."
TRACK 2 IN FACT, THESE WOEN, WITH JOBS RANGING FROM DENTIST TO FASHION DESIGNER ARE VYING FOR A FIVE YEAR CONTRACT WITH THE WILHELMINA MODELING AGENCY.

SOT Elizabeth Cullumber,Age 52/Laguna Beach, CA (1:14-1:17)

"It's an honor and a validation--I hope it's encouraging for women in my age group..that what's ahead is not the end, there's more to life.. Go for it!
TRACK 3 AND IF YOU CAN'T BE THERE IN THE AUDIENCE, YOU CAN WATCH IT ON THE WEB AT THIRDAGE DOT COM...I'M JENNIFER LAIRD FOR CBS NEWS.
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