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[SUPER=@Denise1;]
[SUPER=@Andrew1;]

Coming up....... A Virginia man is killed by lightning at a rugby match.
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[anchor=Denise]

And as local authorities begin a pre - Independence-Day crack down on drunk driving - a renowned piano teacher is killed by a driver allegedly under the influence. [2-shot toss to Hello]

[11Lightning-Strike]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=acr]
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A lightning storm turned a sports outing into a deadly event yesterday for a Virginia man.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Annapolis, MD]


58-year-old Donald Patton of Centreville was watching a rugby tournament in Annapolis, Maryland when rain forced officials to stop the game.
Patton and eight others sought shelter under a tree, when lightning struck and split into several smaller bolts, killing Patton, and knocking all nine victims to the ground.
Patton's son and another man were hospitalized - both are in serious condition.
The other six people suffered less serious injuries.
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[2-shot] [Denise]
Andrew has some safety tips for what you should do if you're caught in a lightning storm...

[Storm-Preps]
[anchor=Andrew]
[newscast=Sun AM]
[writer=AFR]
[tape=None -- WX PRO]
[Graphic=None]


If you're caught in a lightning storm...
[WX PRO]


Now here's a brief look at how your weather's shaping up today.
[ESS-C/FULL=]"WEATHER STORY"
(Andrew ad libs today's weather story)


[2-shot]
(toss back to Denise)




[Bedford-Fatal]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident]


A Lynchburg man faces charges of driving under the influence after an accident that killed a Bedford County piano teacher.
42-year-old Julia Elizabeth Wade's car was struck head on as she traveled South on Route 221 early yesterday morning.
She was a renowned piano teacher and performer.
Police believe 25-year old Justin Michael Mays was driving under the influence of alcohol.
He's listed in the intensive care unit, in serious condition, at Lynchburg General Hospital.

[11Check-Point]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=kwe]
[TAPE#=00-08 2:03:28]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Authorities want to keep accidents like the one that killed Wade from happening.
And they're stepping up their efforts since a big summer holiday...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.]


is just around the corner.
Officers spent Saturday night stopping travelers on 220 south.
Authorities say with the Fourth of July fourth coming up... it's a good time to remind drivers about the dangers of driving while under the influence.
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[SOT 2:28:22]
[IN Q=It maybe]

((JAMES RINGER/VOLUNTEER: IT MAY BE YOUR FAMILY WHO DOESN'T GET HOME TONIGHT BECAUSE THESE GUYS DIDN'T GET THEM OFF THE ROAD. SO THE WHOLE POINT FOR THESE ARE TO MAKE PEOPLE AWARE AND IF YOU'RE GOING TO DRINK AND DRIVE YOU'RE GOING TO JAIL.))
[SUPER=01-James Ringer/Volunteer]
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[OUT Q=going to jail.]
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[VO-NAT]


Officers worked the sobriety check until two this morning and plan to set up others over the next few weeks.
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[Colorado-Fires]


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[GRAPHIC=Wildfires]


Cold, damp weather has helped firefighters make big progress against two wildfires in the Denver area.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Near Bailey, CO;]


Colorado Governor, Bill Owens, toured some of the areas near Bailey, ravaged by one of the blazes.
More than 20-thousand acres have been burned by both fires, and at least 54 homes destroyed.
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[VO-NAT]

Authorities say the fires are now 70 percent contained, and they expect to have both blazes surrounded by firelines by midweek.
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[Tease#1]



[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[SS=None]

[both mics HOT] Some of the best and most beautiful horses are about to go on display again in our area.
Still ahead, a guest with the Roanoke Valley Horse Show joins us in-studio with details on this year's events.
[ANCHOR=Andrew]


Plus...
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[TAKE VO] A man on a mission hits the road to get his message out - he's cycling from Milwaukee to the nation's capital.
We'll tell you about his cause coming up.
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[comm #1]









[Health-Week]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=Health Week]
[GRAPHIC=Health Check]


Heart by-pass patients benefit if they're operated on - while their heart's still beating.
Dave Hnida has that story and more in this week's Health Check.
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Dave Hnida/Reporting]
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[OUT Q=CBS News.]

((Children with a family history of diabetes, drinking lots of milk may cause them to develop the disease. Researchers in the Journal of Diabetes say if a youngster has a brother or sister with Type 1 diabetes, that's the kind that requires insulin shots, he or she may be more genetically prone to develop diabetes and drinking milk may be the trigger. They found children who drank 3 or more glasses of milk every day were 5 times more likely to develop diabetes than kids who drank less milk.
A new study from Duke University shows people who need heart by-pass do much better when surgeons use a newer technique, one where they operate on the heart when it's still beating. It's really a tough surgery trying to sew new blood vessels onto a beating heart. The way we usually do it is to stop the heart and put the patient on what's called an artificial heart/lung machine, then do the sewing. But the study finds recovery using this newer technique is a lot easier on the patient who usually recovers up to 5 times more quickly than with the conventional technique and there's also fewer complications.
Finally, if you have high blood pressure and you're under a lot of stress, go easy on the coffee. A study in the Journal of Hyper Tension says stress alone can cause a jump in the numbers, but add caffeine to that mix and that jump can be 15 to 20 points. That's a look at some of this week's top health stories...I'm Dr. Dave Hnida for CBS News.))


[11Free-Tibet]


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[WRITER=jda]
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A man who wants change in Tibet is doing something about it.
And Rinbo Tenzin's (TEN-zihn) mission brought him...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]
to our area. Tenzin left Minnesota in May. He's biking to Washington D-C, trying to raise awareness of the political si

tuation in his native country.
Tenzin hopes to see the day when the Chinese Communists no longer control Tibet. And he hopes to see the safe return of an eleven year boy... who is one of the most revered religious figures to Tibetan Buddhists.
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[SOT 04:09:28]
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((THE CHINESE OCCUPATION OF TIBET IS 50 YEARS AGO. NOT FREE. THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT SAYS TIBET IS PART OF CHINA. IT IS NOT. TIBET IS NOT PART OF CHINA.))
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[VO-NAT]


Tenzin was heading from Roanoke to Lynchburg, then on to Washington. He hopes the people he meets along the way will contact their representatives in Congress and encourage them to support self -rule for the people of Tibet.
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[11Mechanics-Rodeo]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=00-18 55:06]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Some A-E-P employees were in a dead heat this weekend - repairing power lines in a hurry.
But it wasn't because the power was out... It was all in the name of competition.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Cloverdale]


Yesterday several line mechanics were out to prove they're the best in the country.
It was all part of the 4th annual A-E-P "line mechanics rodeo..." a competition designed to demonstrate craftsmanship, physical ability and safety skills.
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[SOT21:11:12]
[IN Q=I think there is a big benefit]

((DAVE GORDON/AEP: I THINK THERE IS A BIG BENEFIT TO THEM BECAUSE THEY ARE EMPHASIZE THOSE SKILLS THAT ARE TRANSFERABLE BACK TO WHAT THEY DO EVERYDAY ON THE JOB))
[SUPER=01-Dave Gordon/AEP]
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[OUT Q=on the job]
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[VO-NAT]


There were two categories of competition - those working as a team -- and those working alone.
Contestants came from Virginia, Kentucky and West Virginia.
The winners will go on to the National competition in Kansas City.
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[11Biz-Review]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jmi]
[TAPE#=Business Review]
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Power bills could be going down - and the conflict between Rubatex and its employees is not over just yet. Those are just a few of the stories in this week's Business Review.
Jennifer Miele reports.
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(( This week in Review.... The nine-month turmoil at Rubatex is still not over. The company accepted an agreement that would bring Union Employees back to work under terms of their old contract.
The Steel Workers' Union President says this is an effort to save the company, while replacement workers say they've already saved the company.
Strikers will be able to return to work on Monday. No word yet on how many will be coming back or how many will be furloughed. [Insert Green Flash Here]
[TAPE#=599-14 1;05:24]


A-C-T MicroDevices is consolidating its operations in the New River Valley and moving into the Blacksburg Industrial Park, this fall.
The company makes components for the photonics and fiber optics industry.
Right now the company employs 70-people but expects to employ as many as 300 in the next three years. [Insert Green Flash Here]
[TAPE#=00-07 TC2:01:15]


Lane Furniture has started the process that will cut its work force by a third.
The company began cutting 310 jobs this week.
But the president of the Lane Furniture, Jerry Ruff says many have found jobs elsewhere and so they left early to start their new jobs. He also says there are no more planned layoffs. [Insert Green Flash Here]
[TAPE=AEP FEED]


8 thousand Virginians will be able to choose their electricity provider when American Electric Power begins a pilot program in October.
The program is set to go statewide in 2002. The company expects the program to save customers over $1 billion in the next 10 years. [GRAPHIC]
The Dow dropped 265 points -- its worst selloff in two months -- to close at ten-thousand-449. But strength among tech stocks pulled the NASDAQ composite up nearly 15.
For News 7, I'm Jennifer Miele and that's this week's Business Review.))







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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=sports plays]
[GRAPHIC=boxing]


There's a new WBC welter weight champion.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA/TVKO;]


Shane Mosley won a split decision over Oscar De La Hoya.
Mosley stepping up from the lightweight ranks won on two of the three judges' scorecards.
Mosley now is unbeaten in 35 pro bouts. De La Hoya is 32-and-2 but has lost two of his last three.
[super=03-Myrtle Beach, SC/TNN;]


In the Myrtle Beach 250 Jeff Green took the lead from Kevin Harvick on lap 52 and would hold on for the win.
On the 71st time around the track Jeff Purvis spinsout, and looks to be contemplating a helmet throw at Randy Lajoie.
Hank Parker is just hoping to keep his car together as he rounds the track trying to hold on to his bumper.
Jeff Green gets his second straight win, he's followed by Harvick and Elton Sawyer.
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[COMM # 3][Eye-Open]



[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=Eye Open]
[GRAPHIC=Eye on Virginia]


One of the most elite horse shows in the region begins in the Roanoke Valley tomorrow.
Denise Allen is joined by a guest who has details in this week's Eye on Virginia.
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[Eye-Virginia]
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DENISE AND GUEST ON-RECORD

[super=01-Glenn Petty/Show Manager; ]



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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up... Roanoke City's making up for environmental violations - by helping residents get rid of hazardous waste.
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[vo-nat] And implosions bring five buildings and a smoke stack to the ground.
More on those stories just ahead.
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[11Celanese]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=00-16 1:05:31]
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A strike is not on the horizon just yet for Celanese.
Instead, the Union's President says the Giles County company and the Union are preparing for another round of negotiations.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Giles Co./Yesterday]


Friday, the union voted down what the company had called its last best offer for a new contract.
Union members said every part of the company's three year contract proposal was UNacceptable.
The main issues are over wages, pensions, insurance and mandatory overtime.
The Union's President says he is optimistic the issues can be resolved.
The two sides will meet tomorrow morning in Blacksburg.
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[Los-Alamos]


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Federal investigators say the two computer hard drives that mysteriously turned up at Los Alamos Laboratories' Top Secret Division "X" on Friday - have the identical markings of the two missing disks that contain nuclear bomb secrets.

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[VO-NAT]


Federal agents say there are no obvious signs of tampering and that tests are being made to determine whether anyone tried to take data from the disks.
They were found in a secure area of the Division.
The area is being treated as a crime scene and workers are being given polygraph tests.
The disks contain detailed drawings and data that would assist emergency teams to disarm the trigger systems on nuclear warheads.
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[11Hazardous-Waste]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=jsu]
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Roanokers got rid of their hazardous garbage yesterday... as part of a deal between the Star City and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Joy Sutton explains.
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(( From paint, to household cleaners, and even batteries --the Roanoke Civic Center became a dumping site for hazardous waste.
And for many this was an opportunity to act environmentally friendly.
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[SOT21:23]
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((what would you be doing with it others wise: THROWING IT IN THE TRASH CAN YOU'VE GOT TO GET RID OF IT SOMEWAY OR DUMPING IT ON THE GROUND OF DOWN THE DRAIN. SO THIS IS GREAT.))
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((MIKE JONES: HE LEARNS SOME OF IT IN SCHOOL. SO I'M JUST SHOWING HIM WHAT ACTUALLY DONE. SO I THINK IT'S A GOOD THING))
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[OUT Q=a good thing]


For Roanoke City this program is part of plea agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency to perform community service.
The city's environmental violations were discovered after barrels containing hazardous waste were dug up at the Public Works Service Center more than two years ago.
But the city says it's learned its lesson.
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[SOT 20:52:53]
[IN Q=Additional things]

((CARY LESTER/CITY ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATOR: ADDITIONAL THING THAT WE'RE LOOKING AT HAVE BEEN A PART OF THE PLEA AGREEMENT ARE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM AND JUST AND OVERLY IMPROVEMENT OF OUR SYSTEM THROUGHOUT THE CITY TO MAKE SURE THAT THIS DOESN'T HAPPEN AGAIN))
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[nat sound 21:03:45]
And as for the hazardous items collected at this site -- they will be properly disposed -- to make sure they are not a detriment to the environment.
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[SOT20:50:47]
[IN Q=The pestides]

((CARY LESTER:THE PESTICIDES CAN'T BE RE-UTILIZED LIKE THE PAINTS CAN AND WILL GO TO THE INCINERATOR. THE CLEANERS AND SO FORTH WILL BE NEUTRALIZED SO THAT THEY CAN BE PUT BACK INTO THE WATER SYSTEM AND SO. AND THINGS THAT WE CAN'T RECYCLE LIKE THE METAL WILL PUT INTO A SECURED LANDFILL))
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The city is spending 320 thousand dollars on this program and hopes to continue it for at least the next two years.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))

[Implosion]


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[WRITER=dal]
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A cloud of smoke rose, just outside South Bend, Indiana, all in the name of progress.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Mishawaka, IN;]


Five buildings and a smoke stack came tumbling down yesterday.
The buildings are part of an old UniRoyal plant that had employed most of the residents in the small town of Mishawaka, Indiana for years.
One of the buildings did not completely collapse and will have to be re-imploded tomorrow.
New industrial buildings will soon be built.
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[60-Minutes]
[anchor=Denise]
[newscast=Sun AM]
[writer=chr]
[tape=Net]
[graphic=None]


An alleged bank robber who takes part in a shootout that leaves 11 cops and 7 others injured - bleeds to death.
Los Angeles police say they did all they could to save him.
The suspect's family doesn't agree.
Steve Kroft investigates.
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You can catch that story and more on 60 Minutes tonight at seven, here on your Hometown Station.



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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[BOTH MICS HOT]
Still ahead on News 7 Sunday Morning... A vintage car show brings out the lookers in North Carolina.
We'll show you some of the beauties on display.
[anchor=Andrew]


And...
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=ANDREW]

two Virginia moms - one of them from our area - couldn't find what they were looking for at the newsstands. So they created a magazine of their own. We'll tell you about Brain, Child in this week's Virginia Profile.
[Andrew ad-lib into the travel forecast]
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[Profile-Open]


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[WRITER=tha]
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A Lexington woman and her colleague are proving modern day parents are interested in reading about more than the latest tips on cooking and potty training.
They've founded a magazine that explores the intellectual and emotional side of being a mother.
Teresa Hamilton has more in this week's Virginia Profile.
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(( WE COULD EITHER DO IT LIKE THAT OR CROP IT THERE AND MAKE IT BIGGER AND FULLER. ))
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Jennifer Niesslein and Stephanie Wilkinson both have backgrounds in publishing and journalism.
Both are also first time moms.... who felt there was a market for a non-traditional magazine dealing with parenting.

A magazine that readers of the New Yorker or Harpers could relate to.
[sot 01:51:55]
[in q=Most are ]

((STEPHANIE WILKINSON: MOST ARE GEARED AROUND THE CHILD AND FILLED WITH EXPERT ADVICE...HOW TO GET KIDS TO EAT VEGETABLES AND MEDICATION AND WE'RE NOT ABOUT EXPERTS , WE'RE ABOUT MOTHERS. ))
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After a year of planning and research-- the first edition of Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers hit newsstands in April.
In it.... you'll find a variety of personal essays, reviews and cartoons.
[sot 01:58:57]
[in q= we asked]

((JENNIFER NIESSLEIN: WE ASKED THE WRITERS WE KNOW TO CONTRIBUTE STORIES AND IDEAS AND WE ALSO HAD AN AD IN POETS AND WRITERS CALLING FOR SUBMISSIONS.))
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[out q= for submissions.]


Some of the essays are humorous others are more serious.
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((JENNIFER NIESSLEIN: BARBARA KINGSOLVER IS ONE OF OUR CONTRIBUTORS, SHE WRITES THIS INTERESTING ESSAY ABOUT THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INDEPENDENCE AND ORNERINESS AND THE FINE LINE BETWEEN THE TWO.... WE ALSO HAVE FICTION, BOOK REVIEWS.))


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((THIS IS A GOOD ONE, IT'S ABOUT A WOMAN WHO'S BOTH CATHOLIC AND WORKED FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD.))
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The pair plan to publish Brain, Child four times a year.
Their second issue should hit select newsstands later this summer.
[SOT 01:49:37]

((STEPHANIE WILKINSON: I ALWAYS THOUGHT SOMEWHERE DOWN THE LINE I'D DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS AND THIS SUDDENLY BECAME THE THING I DID AND I'M REALLY HAPPY ABOUT IT.))
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Because the magazine is in its infancy-- for now, it's only available in a few stores in Charlottesville, Lexington and Harrisonburg. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7.))
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[TAKE PHONE NUMBER FULL SCREEN]
The pair do have a toll free number for copies and subscriptions.
It's 888-304- MOMS
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[TAKE WEB SITE FULL SCREEN]
You can also access their web site by checking the Webwatch section of our website at wdbj7 dot com.
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[11Allen-Robb]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=00-13 1:11:01]
[GRAPHIC=Campaign 2000]


The Chuck Robb-George Allen campaign will be under the scrutinizing eye of a University of Virginia institute this fall.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership plans to study the impact of campaign ads on voters through a series of surveys.
The institute, which was established in 1993, emphasizes ethical campaign conduct.
The study will be partially funded through a grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts.
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[11Healthy-Healing]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=kwe]
[TAPE#=00-15 54:29]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Alternative medicine is all the rage for one local business - and yesterday they showed the public why.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

Healthy Maintenance and Inspirations Art Emporium in Roanoke believes in the healing arts. During an open house yesterday afternoon workers demonstrated their techniques. They offer everything from massage and guided imagery to hypnosis and herbal and nutritional consulting.
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[SOT 5:29:40]
[IN Q=our main goal]

((DEXTER HALL: OUR MAIN GOAL WITH OUR ARTISTS IS TO CREATE ART THAT IS BOTH BEAUTIFUL AND PLEASING TO THE EYE AS WELL AS HAVING A STRONG UPLIFTING CURRENT TO IT.))
[SUPER=01-Dexter Hall/Inspirations Owner]
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[OUT Q=current to it.]
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[VO-NAT]

If you're interested in checking out these healing arts it's by appointment only. But the art gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.
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[Sports-Extra]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=sports extra #2]
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[anchor tag anchor tag anchor tag]
The horse business is big business, that's no secret. The athletes you'll see competing in the Roanoke Valley Horse Show are worth big bucks, but for the owners it's also a big emotional investment as well.
Laminitis can be a fatal affliction for these four legged athletes and one of the only clinics in the country treating this illness is right here in our own back yard.
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Andrea Floyd/Serenity Equine; :52]
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Dr. Andrea Floyd is in the process of saving a life. Laminitis had crippled Peanut. The Arabian had one hoof in the grave when she arrived at Serenity Equine.
Simply put, laminitis or "founder" is the inflammation of the tendons holding the coffin bone and hoof together. This causes an unnatural rotation and in severe cases the coffin bone will penetrate the sole of the foot.
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Peanut traveled to Bedford County from Virginia's eastern shore on March fourth. Surgery is one of the first steps in treatment.
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Dr. Floyd can then rotate the foot back to its normal position. The legs are wrapped so the tendons can grow back. Patients stay here three to six months. During that time the hooves aren't the only things the staff has to treat.
Some of these horses have been in pain for years and in some case have re-learn how walk and be prompted to remember what life was like before the illness.
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Dr. Floyd has received calls from Canada and expects, by next year she'll be treating patients from Europe.


[Vintage-Cars]


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Some things get better with age and car buffs probably would agree that goes for classic automobiles.
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Vintage cars were on display in Charlotte, North Carolina's Historic District.
It's a chance for car lovers to check out some beauties. It also gives children an opportunity to learn some history,
This is the second year of the show.
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