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Authorities have recovered the bodies of all 19 people killed in a fiery plane crash yesterday in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Everyone on board the chartered plane died, including 17 passengers and two crew members.
They were returning home from a gambling trip to Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Lee Cowan joins us now with the latest.
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(( Just nine miles short of its destination, the plane chartered by Caesar's Palace in Atlantic City slammed into a densely wooded area, a site in the Pocono Mountains accessible only by foot or four wheel drive.
The bodies of 17 passengers and two crew members were being taken to nearby Wilkes-Barrre, Pennsylvania International Airport so that family members could identify remains.
The accident happened just before noon yesterday.
File The plane, a British made turbo prop like this one, popular with charter companies, was trying to make a second approach to the airport in cloudy windy weather, the pilot relying on instruments alone.
MOS: "We are really in the soup."
But in a seemingly calm last minute conversation with air traffic controllers, the pilots said it wasn't the radio that was the problem.

GRFX with SOT


A few moments later the plane disappeared from radar.
The flight is a weekly charter to and from Atlantic City New Jersey. Janice Barrett was supposed to be on yesterday's flight and knew many of the passengers on board.

SOT: Janice Barrett


Locator: Raleigh, NC 1994 The Jetstream 31 has a relatively good safety record, three fatal accidents in the past ten years the most recent a crash in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1994. ))
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One man is dead following a shooting in Danville.
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Police say 26 year old Daniel O'Bryant was shot shortly before one A-M yesterday in front of a building on the corner of Franklin and Monument Street.
So far, officials have not arrested anyone but do have a suspect.
He's been identified as 19 year old (Uh-Tray) Atrae Martin of Danville.
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[China-Trade]


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The China trade bill could still go either way.
With a showdown in the House set for midweek, both sides are hoping to get the 218 votes needed to either approve or reject the bill granting China permanent trade status.
Jaqueline Adams reports.
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Information: V/O: With just 3 days left to convince skeptics in Congress, President Clinton argued forcefully for granting permanent, normal trading status to China.

---sot CLINTON By letting our high tech companies in to bring the

internet and the information revolution to China , we will be unleashing forces that no totalitarian operation rooted in the last century's industrialized society can control. :15
v/o: How complicated will this vote be? Some of the President's most vocal supporters included his harshest personal critics.

(---sot Rep.Tom Delay fox ): When you have American companies on the

ground, American values are there in China, spreading freedom all over China.
v/o: The opposition fears the loss of American jobs.

(sot Richard Trumka/ AFL-CIO Face the Nation 104604) It's not about

sending U.S. products to China.it's about relocating American production facilities in China and then having American corporations use it as a staging platform so they can service other markets.
v/o: That argument can't be ignored by lawmakers defending labor.

(sot Rep. David Bonior CNN) China has not lived up to any of their trade

agreements in the last decade. They don't have any compliance. They don't have any enforcement.
v/o: To win more votes, (GRAPHIC) the Administration has agreed that: a Congressional commission will monitor human rights in China. And, the U.S. Trade representative will monitor surges of Chinese products into OUR markets.
ON CAM: The President's vote counters concede they're picking up support...but no one's ready to claim victory. In fact, both sides say, for the record, that THIS WEEK'S vote is still too close to call. JA--cbs news--on Capitol Hill.> ))

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Bluegrass music filled the campus of V-M-I this weekend.
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Ralph Stanley and Ricky Skaggs headlined the first "Music From The Shenandoah Valley" in Lexington.
Skaggs started out playing with Ralph Stanley.
The Living Legend has been on the road for nearly 55 years. He says his staying power is due to his traditional sound.
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Seven bands filled the bill and entertained bluegrass fans.
On the list, Third Tyme Out, one of the hottest bands on the bluegrass scene. Their song "John and Mary" is currently number on the charts.
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[6-Feedback]


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A News-7 series on the history of slavery in Virginia brought a note from a viewer last week.
Here's assignment editor Joe McKean, with Feedback.
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((The special reports by Richmond newsroom chief Ellen Qualls focused on plans to create a slavery museum in Virginia, and to acknowledge the role the state capital played in the slave trade.
A viewer who supports the idea of remembering this part of the Commonwealth's past wrote to ask:
"What of the Native Americans? It was THEIR land. They came to the white man in peace and helped him till they realized he wanted their land and was killing their food, buffalo, to extinction. I feel that the way we have done the American Indian is a disgrace. There are so many ways that today in the year 2000 they suffer prejudice and have never been recognized for the fine people they are."
Your comments on our news coverage or issues in the news are always welcome.
Only letters that are signed will be broadcast.
The address is News-7, PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
The fax number is 343-7269.
Email goes to news@wdbj7.com.
And on our website, you may take part in a moderated on-line forum.
Joe McKean, News-7.))

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Thousands of people attended The Monacan Indian powwow this weekend in Amherst County.
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The three- day festival is a celebration of Native American culture and heritage.
Members of the local Monacan tribe were on hand to demonstrate storytelling, basket weaving and woodland skills.


School children visiting Friday also got a chance to see a live buffalo up close.
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[Health-Check]


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In medical news, the way you feel MAY have something to do with what you eat.
Doctor Dave Hnida explains in this morning's Health check.
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((Information: ON CAM SO HOW ARE YOU FEELING TODAY? HAPPY- SAD- OR MAYBE A LITTLE GROUCHY? YOUR MOOD MAY BE A REFLECTION OF WHAT YOU'VE HAD TO EAT. THATS BECAUSE CERTAIN FOODS CAN AFFECT THE CHEMICALS IN YOUR BRAIN THAT CONTROL YOUR MOOD AND EMOTIONS. NOW THAT DOESN'T MEAN YOU GO FROM SOURPUSS TO SUNSHINE JUST BY EATING A PARTICULAR - BUT THE RESEARCH IS INTRIGUING. FOR EXAMPLE, FEELING NERVOUS?

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YOU MAY WANT TO HEAD OUT FOR SOME YOU MAY WANT TO HEAD OUT FOR SOME MEXICAN FOOD. AND THE HOTTER THE BETTER. THE SUBSTANCE IN MEXICAN FOOD, WHICH MAKES YOUR MOUTH BURN AND EYES WATER, ALSO CAUSES YOUR BRAIN TO RELEASE ENDORPHINS- THE BODY'S NATURAL TRANQUILIZER.

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NEXT - NOW WHAT IF YOU NEED TO BE EXTRA ALERT - THINK FISH- FISH CAUSES A BOOST IN LEVELS OF TYROSINE- AN AMINO ACID WHICH IMPROVES ALERTNESS AND CONCENTRATION. THEY DONT CALL IT BRAIN FOOD FOR NOTHING.

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WHAT IF YOU'RE FEELING A LITTLE DOWN? SOME PEOPLE SELF MEDICATE WITH CHOCOLATE, WHICH ACTUALLY WORKS THE SAME WAY PROZAC DOES- BY RAISING THE LEVELS OF SEROTONIN- A CHEMICAL IN THE BRAIN, WHICH BOOSTS YOUR MOOD. BUT CHOCOLATES NOT EXACTLY A HEALTH FOOD.YOU CAN GET THE SAME SEROTONIN EFFECTS FROM COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATES LIKE CEREAL AND PASTA. IT'S JUST NOT AS MUCH FUN.

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AND FINALLY- IS THERE ANYTHING YOU CAN DO TO BOOST YOUR ENERGY? EXPERTS SAY THINK WATER. MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WALK AROUND FEELING TIRED BECAUSE THEY DONT DRINK ENOUGH WATER EACH DAY-- DRINK UP.
ON CAM I'M DR. DAVE HNIDA, FOR CBS NEWS.))

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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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Investigators are still looking into how a chartered plane crashed in northern Pennsylvania yesterday, killing all 19 people on board.
The plane slammed into a wooded area in the Pocono Mountains.
It was on its way back from an excursion to Atlantic City, New Jersey.
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A Danville man was shot and killed over the weekend.
Police say 26 year old Daniel O'Bryant was shot shortly before one A-M yesterday, in front of a building on the corner of Franklin and Monument Street.
No arrests yet, but authorities do have a suspect.
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And dozens came out to a candlelight memorial last night at the American Red Cross in Roanoke to remember those who've died from AIDS.
They lit candles and wrote the names of lost loved ones on an AIDS poster.
The Pillow Case project was also displayed.
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And that's what's making news on this Monday, May 22nd. .
[ANCHOR=Patrick]


News 7 Mornin' will be right back.

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Investigators are on the scene in Wilkes- Barre, Pennsylvania this morning, trying to figure out what caused a chartered flight to crash yesterday, killing everyone on board.
Lee Cowan has an update.
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(( Locator: Wilkes-Barre, PA Just nine miles short of its destination, the plane chartered by Caesar's Palace in Atlantic City slammed into a densely wooded area, a site in the Pocono Mountains accessible only by foot or four wheel drive.
The bodies of 17 passengers and two crew members were being taken to nearby Wilkes-Barrre, Pennsylvania International Airport so that family members could identify remains.
The accident happened just before noon yesterday.
File The plane, a British made turbo prop like this one, popular with charter companies, was trying to make a second approach to the airport in cloudy windy weather, the pilot relying on instruments alone.
MOS: "We are really in the soup."
But in a seemingly calm last minute conversation with air traffic controllers, the pilots said it wasn't the radio that was the problem.

GRFX with SOT


A few moments later the plane disappeared from radar.
The flight is a weekly charter to and from Atlantic City New Jersey. Janice Barrett was supposed to be on yesterday's flight and knew many of the passengers on board.

SOT: Janice Barrett


Locator: Raleigh, NC 1994 The Jetstream 31 has a relatively good safety record, three fatal accidents in the past ten years the most recent a crash in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1994.
Stand-Up: Lee Cowan/CBS News This plane was only about 12 years old and investigators say had a clean record. The first order of business will be to check out the engines to find out what made one or both fail in the final minutes of the flight many thought was routine. Lee Cowan, CBS News, Bear Creek Township, Pennsylvania. ))

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Investigators looking into Saturday night's pedestrian bridge collapse at a North Carolina race track have discovered corroded steel cables.
But they're still not sure whether those cables caused the walkway to tumble, injuring more than 100 fans as they left Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord.
Jennifer Jones has the latest.
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(( Workers in Concord, North Carolina began removing the slabs of concrete and heavy steel that came tumbling down ... when this bridge SUDDENLY gave way ... sending dozens of people on a 17-foot plunge.

((sot:MOS))

You're just walking and the next thing you know there's nothing there ... and you're going down."
The walkway COLLAPSED Saturday night .... as racecar fans were leaving the Lowes Motor Speedway ... and heading for the parking lot. These pictures captured the horrifying moments. People piled on top of each other -- with no way out.

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"There's people laying around hurt, injured and bleeding. Mass confusion."
Firefighters had to cut through a fence to rescue the victims. More than a hundred people were injured -- some critically.
Many of them still remain at area hospitals.
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Meanwhile, officials are trying to figure out why an 80-foot span of a bridge -- built just five years ago -- would snap. Engineers have already spotted problems with the steel bands.

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"I did observe what appeared to be some corrosion. You can make your own judgments on that."
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A Danville man was shot and killed over the weekend.
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Police say 26 year old Daniel O'Bryant was shot shortly before one A-M yesterday in front of a building on the corner of Franklin and Monument Street.
So far, officials have not arrested anyone but do have a suspect.
He's been identified as 19 year old (Uh-Tray) Atrae Martin of Danville.
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A candlelight memorial was held in Roanoke to remember those who've died from AIDS.
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Dozens turned out last night at the American Red Cross in Roanoke to light candles and write names of love ones lost on an AIDS poster.
The Pillow Case project was also displayed.
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((ROBERT MORROW: OFTEN TIMES AS WE GO ON IN LIFE A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE PASSED THROUGH OUR LIVES, WORK WITH, THESE ARE PEOPLE WE WANT TO REMEMBER AND THIS IS PERMANENT WAY OF DOING THAT.))
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Organizers say the key to preventing AIDS is education and getting the word out by holding candlelight vigils.
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North Carolina investigators still aren't sure what caused a pedestrian bridge to collapse at a racetrack Saturday night.
They found some corroded steel cables, but haven't determined those to be the cause.
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Construction crews cleared the walkway outside Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord.
More than 100 people were injured when the walkway tumbled, just as fans were leaving the NASCAR race.
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((DAN HOGAN/WITNESS: THERE'S PEOPLE LAYING AROUND HURT, INJURED AND BLEEDING. MASS CONFUSION.))
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Dozens spent yesterday in the hospital-- Two of the injured remain in critical condition.
The head of the racetrack says a similar walkway will be closed until it is deemed safe.
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[Atlantis]


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Space Shuttle Atlantis astronauts are ahead of schedule making repairs to the international space station.
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NASA says the two members of the ``Atlantis'' crew have completed all their assigned tasks including fixing a broken antenna and installing two cranes.
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[11Billy-Graham]


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The Reverend Billy Graham has struggled with his health.
But yesterday -- he made his first public appearance this year for a special occasion in our area.
Joy Sutton spoke with Graham in his first on-camera interview since his release from the hospital.
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((Just days ago the Reverend Doctor Billy Graham was released from the Mayo clinic in Minneapolis, Minnesota --so h

e could attend his youngest daughter graduation at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton.
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((BILLY GRAHAM: I'VE HAD A LOT OF PROBLEMS THIS YEAR PHYSICALLY AND I DIDN'T KNOW IF I COULD GET HERE. WE TALKED ON THE PHONE AND SHE TOLD ME HOW MUCH IT MEANT TO HER SO I SAID I'M GOING JUST GOING TO CANCEL SOME OF THESE TESTS AND COME))

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Graham, who is 81 years old, has Parkinson's disease.
He says physical problems and old age have caused him to slow down considerably.
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((I CAN'T DO THE THINGS I USE TO AND THAT'S VERY FRUSTRATING TO ME BECAUSE I'M A VERY ACTIVE PERSON.))
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Graham was honored with the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award -- given to those who demonstrate fine spiritual quality and nobility of character. [nat sound of clapping]
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But this was his daughter's special day. Ruth Graham McIntyre not only received her bachelors degree from Mary Baldwin College but was also given the outstanding adult graduate award.
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((THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE))
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((RUTH GRAHAM MCINTYRE: IT'S SO SPECIAL TO ME. IT REALLY MEANS A WHOLE LOT TO ME. I WOULDN'T HAVE HIM ANYWHERE ELSE BUT HERE))
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And Graham says he's not going to let his health stop him from spreading the gospel.
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((IT'S GOD'S DOING NOT MINE. I'M JUST A COUNTRY BOY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. IT'S A GREAT PRIVILEGE TO SERVE GOD))
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: GRAHAM IS ALREADY PLANNING HIS NEXT CRUSADE. HE SAYS IF HEALTH HOLDS UP HE PLAN TO BE IN NASHVILLE SOMETIME IN JUNE. JOY SUTTON, N7))
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Now here's another look at today's top local stories:
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One man is dead following a shooting in Danville. Police say 26 year old Daniel O'Bryant was shot shortly before one A-M yesterday .
So far, officials have not arrested anyone but do have a suspect.
He's been identified as 19 year old (Uh-Tray) Atrae Martin of Danville.


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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


A candlelight memorial was held last night at the American Red Cross in Roanoke to remember those who've died from AIDS. Organizers say the key to preventing AIDS is education and getting the word out by holding candlelight vigils.


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218 graduates of Hollins University received diplomas yesterday. It was the school's 158-th commencement ceremony. Charlotte Fox, the only American woman to climb three of the world's highest peaks, delivered the commencement address.


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Now here's Keith Humphry with a preview of News 7 at Six.
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