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Today on News 7, a former major league star is in trouble with the law...again.
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also the federal government comes down hard on the entertainment industry. It says its promoting too many adult products to children.
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In medical news, investigators want to find out how a woman in our area contracted Legionnaires Disease,
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also we'll hear about a program that helps AIDS patients pay for the expensive medications.
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((OF FORTY FOUR MOVIES RATED R, 35, OR 80 PERCENT WERE MARKETED TO YOUNGSTERS UNDER SEVENTEEN.))
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Does Hollywood try to tempt kids to buy movies and videos intended for adults? A new report says yes... Lee Cowan has details from Washington.
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[SUPER=01-Robert Pitofsky/FTC Chairman;]
[SUPER=01-Doug Lowenstein/Interactive Digital Software;]
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(( First it was the tobacco companies, now it's the entertainment industry, criticized for aggressively marketing products to those too young to buy them. ROBERT PITOFSKY, FTC CHAIRMAN: "Many companies in those entertainment sectors routinely market their materials to an underage audience regardless of the ratings applied."
The Federal Trade Commission claims 80 percent of the R-rated movies studied, were targeted specifically to kids under 17. So were 70% of the M-rated video games.
The marketing WORKED, it says because the ratings systems DIDN'T.
The study showed 50% of underage kids were still allowed into R-rated movies, and 85% were able to buy explicit music and video games with few, questions asked.
The entertainment industry says that's not its fault. DOUG LOWENSTEIN, INTERACTIVE DIGITAL SOFTWARE "Ultimately it's up to the PARENT to decide what is appropriate for their children."
A familiar argument to a familiar debate -- that took center stage on the campaign trail.
Al Gore gave the industry 6 months to clean up it's act telling Oprah Winfrey: HARPO PRODUCTIONS)
(SOT/AL GORE, DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE 10:08:41)

"It's not about censorship, it's about citizenship, and that includes corporate citizenship."
But George W. Bush used it not to highlite a problem with the industry, but a problem for Al Gore. GEORGE W. BUSH, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: "I think the man's short on credibility on the issue. I think they've received about 13 million dollars of campaign funding." "Funding, Bush claims, came from Hollywood heavyweights -- many of whom have been invited to Congressional hearings on the issue later this week -- where the battle between Politics and Entertainment enters another round. Lee Cowan CBS News Washington." )



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The D-N-A tests are back -- and the Governor says they prove Derek Barnabei's guilt.
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Governor Jim Gilmore says he's confident that fingernail clippings from Lynchburg teenager Sarah Wisnosky were NOT tampered with -- even though they took some hours to locate in Norfolk's Circuit Courthouse last week.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: I THINK IT WAS REASONABLE TO DO A DNA TEST HERE.... VICTIM AND MR. BARNABEI.))
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The Governor says that part of the reason he ordered the D-N-A tests was to help convince Europeans who believe Barnabei should NOT face execution.
They include the Pope.
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Public Health Officials want to know how an Alleghany County woman contracted Legionnaires Disease.
The bacteria that causes the disease is spread through the air in water vapor such as the type created by a cooling tower air conditioner, or room humidifier.
The influenza-like condition involves acute pneumonia and can be fatal.
Some of the symptoms include headache, weakness, fatigue, high fever, dry cough, and chills.
This year, nine cases have been reported in Southwest Virginia.
The woman is being treated at UVA Medical Center, and is currently on a ventilator.

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Enviromentialists say they're concerned the Roanoke Scrap Iron and Metal Company site is leaking contamination.
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The city estimates clean-up of the alleged highly contaminated site would cost 30 million dollars.
A spokesperson from the city says that estimate came from the Department of Environmental Quality.
But the D-E-Q says they've never even set foot on the site.
Environmentalists are demanding an in-depth study.
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((BILL TANGER/FRIENDS OF THE ROANOKE RIVER: ARE THERE TOXINS LEAKING INTO THE WATER? OR ARE THERE NOT? IF THERE ARE WHAT KIND ARE THEY? WHAT DAMAGE ARE THEY DOING? THERE NEEDS TO BE A LOT MORE WORK DONE ON PRODUCING THE FACTS AND INFORMATION ABOUT THE SITE.))
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The scrap yard is in the way of the proposed Carilion Biomedical Center.
City manager Darlene Burcham says 30 million dollars is too much to spend on clean up when the center can be built around it instead.
She is lobbying for federal funds to clean up the site.
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Still to come on the newscast, former Indiana University basketball coach Bobby Knight is NOT riding off quietly into the sunset,
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also police in Florida arrest former Yankee Darryl Strawberry again.
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Eight time all-star Darryl Strawberry is in trouble again-
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Strawberry was arrested in Tampa on charges of reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident.
A sheriff's deputy says he watched as Strawberry's sports utility vehicle veered off the road, hit a street sign, then hit an Isuzu, before driving off again.
The deputy flagged Strawberry down a few blocks away.
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((TANYA WHITAKER/DRIVER OF ISUZU: HE DIDN'T WANT TO GET OUT OF THE TRUCK. THE POLICE MAN PUT HIS GUN UP TO THE WINDOW AND SAID GET OUT OF THE TRUCK NOW.))
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Whitaker was driving the Isuzu. She was not hurt. Officers say Strawberry did not know he had hit a car and a sign.
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((WHITAKER: HOW CAN YOU JUST HIT SOMEBODY AT A LIGHT... EVIDENTLY HE'S ON DRUGS. HE HAS NO CLUD IN LIFE WHAT'S GOING ON. HE'LL GET SMACKED ON THE AND. HE'LL GET LET BACK OUT ON THE STREET AGAIN TO DO SOMETHING ELSE TO SOMEONE ELSE.))
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The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office isn't saying whether drugs or alcohol may have been involved. In January, Strawberry was suspended from baseball for a year after he tested positive for cocaine. He has also battled health problems, undergoing colon cancer surgery twice.
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The controversy surrounding the firing of Indiana coach Bobby Knight has failled to die down.
Now the former coach says he will tell his side of the story in a few days.
Meanwhile students continue to support him. Drew Levinson reports from Bloomington, Indiana.
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((POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING DEATH THREATS MADE AGAINST THE STUDENT INVOLVED IN THE CONFRONTATION THAT HELPED LEAD TO COACH BOBBY KNIGHT'S FIRING. 19-YEAR-OLD KENT HARVEY WAS HUNG IN EFFIGY
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blaming Bob and blowing it out of proportion."
HARVEY'S FAMILY SAYS THEY CONTINUE TO GET HARRASSING PHONE CALLS.
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family is very close-nit; we'll get through it together."
LAST WEEK HARVEY ACCUSED KNIGHT OF GRABBING HIM AND USING PROFANITY AFTER THE FRESHMAN GREETED THE COACH SAYING "WHAT'S UP KNIGHT."

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He wanted me to call him him coach.
AFTER SEVERAL ON AND OFF COURT TIRADES...INCUDING ALLEGEDLY CHOLKING A PLAYER...KNIGHT WAS PLACED UNDER A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY BY THE UNIVERSITY. HE WAS WARNED ONE MORE OUTBURST AND HE'D BE FIRED.

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ON CAMPUS MONDAY STUDENTS READ THE SCHOOL's SIDE. IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT, THE POPULAR COACH HAD TRIED TO CALM STUDENTS.
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SOT: "In the next two days, I'm going to get together with as many

students as want to talk, and I'm going to tell you my side of the story..."

(Drew Levinson...one star athlete threatening to quit..will he ever

coach again)))

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The past few days have been warm and sunny.
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But last week's rain helped tobacco crops immensely. The Pittsylvania County Cooperative Extension office says farmers will benefit from last week's weather where it rained for five days.
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((BRUCE JONES/COOPERTAIVE EXTENSION AGENT: THE RAIN CAME AT A GOOD TIME. IT HELPED THE MATURITY OF TOBACCO. IT WILL HELP THE CURE A WHOLE LOT BETTER. WE WERE BLESSED GETTING THAT RAIN.))
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The extension office wants to remind farmers about frost now that we are getting closer to the fall season.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch is learning how to prepare healthy for breakfast... lunch and desert... with nutritionist Don Mankie.
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Eating healthy at home or even on the go might not be as bad or as time consuming as you may think.
Tempting your tastebuds with food that's good for you is a challenge that may be worth the taking...
especially when we're talking about deserts.
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Jacey Birch is over in our small studio learning how to substitute the fattening ingredients in recipes for low-fat equivalents.
Jacey?
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Coming up today in Sports, Steve Mason will have the latest news from the U-V-A football team,
And we'll introduce you to the man up for the most awards at this week's Latin Grammy Awards...and its not Ricky Martin.
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More Virginians will have access to low or no-cost H-I-V medications.
The state has appropriated an additional 575-thousand dollars for a program known as A-dap- the AIDS Drug Assistance Program.
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On average patients pay about a thousand dollars a month for the life prolonging drugs.
And even for those who have insurance, the costs can add up.
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((BARBARA BEALE/ROANOKE CITY HEALTH DEPT. MOST INSURANCE WILL COVER THE MEDICATION HOWEVER THERE ARE LARGE CO-PAYS THAT COME INTO PLAY, PEOPLE WITH HIV TAKE AN AVERAGE OF 10 TO 12 DRUGS, IF YOU HAD TAKE THE COPAY AND MULTIPLY IT BE 12 EVERY MONTH IT WOULD BE VERY DIFFICULT))
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Beale says the money will enable the state to raise the eligibility limits, thus increasing the number of Virginias who will benefit from the program.
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((WE AVERAGE AROUND 200 PEOPLE IN THIS AREA HERE, IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY, THERE'S A NEED BECAUSE WITHOUT THE MEDICATIONS THE HIV VIRUS WILL CONTINUE TO DAMAGE THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND CAUSE EARLY DEATH, WITH THE PROGRAM MANY LIVES ARE SAVED))

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The Roanoke Health Department offers free anonymous HIV and AIDS testing every Monday from three to six pm.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Monday afternoon ticker that gets started in Charlottesville.
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The Virginia football team is coming off of a big win over Richmond this past Saturday. It's a victory that has generated some much needed momentum heading into this weekend's game at Duke. Steve Mason has more from Charlottesville.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six - we'll have this week's Tech 2000 report. This week it includes news about afros and Big East honors.
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Already we've heard the latest on the Bobby Knight situation earlier on News 7 at Five. Local refereeing legend Dan Wooldridge had a few run-ins with Knight over the years, and he says don't be surprised if Knight comes back to go after Dean Smith's record.
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Much more sports on News 7 at six. Take care folks. [GO TO BREAK]


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A Wythe County man who fell through his outhouse floor and was trapped for three days will get a whole new HOUSE out of the ordeal.
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75-year-old Coolidge Winesett is staying temporarily in an assisted care facility until his old house is torn down.
He'll be able to move into a new, FREE 2-bedroom house with indoor plumbing in three months.
The Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project is having it built for him.
Last month, Winesett spent three days trapped beneath his 50-year-old outhouse after the floor gave way.

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He's not the first person you think of when you think of Latin music, but with six Latin Grammy nominations, that may change. Rebecca Rankin has more on Emilio Estefan
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((PKG) A HUGE WEEK IN MUSIC....FROM NY TO LA... FIRST...TUESDAY, STING GIVES A FREE CONCERT IN CENTRAL PARK.......FRIDAY NIGHT: MUSIC AND POLITICS. AL GORE'S AT RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL FOR A DNC FUNDRAISER - BON JOVI AND SHERYL CROW WILL PERFORM. THE BIG NEWS....WEDNESDAY NIGHT..HISTORY IN THE MAKING...THE 1ST ANNUAL LATIN GRAMMYS....LEADING THE CHARGE...EMILIO ESTEFAN.
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EMILIO ESTEFAN I love directing. I love writing. But i think production definitely is the main thing that i love!

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AS A PRODUCER ESTEFAN'S HELPED THE CAREERS OF JENNIFER LOPEZ, RICKY MARTIN, AND MARC ANTHONY.
HE HELPED FOUND MIAMI SOUNDMACHINE, THE GROUP THAT LAUNCHED HIS WIFE GLORIA TO STARDOM:
TOMMY MOTTOLA; CHAIRMAN AND CEO, SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT Emilio will go down in the history books as a man i think more responsible for bringing latin music to the forefront, to make it into popular music more than any one individual that i know.
EMILIO'S LATIN GRAMMY NOMINATIONS, INCLUDING PRODUCER OF THE YEAR, ARE SPREAD AMONG ALBUMS FROM SOME OF LATIN MUSIC'S BIGGEST ACTS:
DA LA VUELTA, A SONG FROM MARC ANTHONY'S SELF TITLED ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEBUT, EARNED ESTEFAN BOTH SONGWRITING AND PRODUCING NODS.
HE'S ALSO PRODUCED GLORIA'S LATEST ALBUM 'ALMA CARIBENA' (car-ee-BEN-ya) WHICH HAS EARNED TWO NOMINATIONS.
GLORIA ESTEFAN I am happy for hubby. Six nominations and he deserves every one. So many different artists that he has worked with and he has worked hard for it. So I am very thrilled for him.
EMILIO ESTEFAN It's a big day for us and not only for me, but for the whole latin community, all over the world.
REBECCA TAG EMILIO RECEIVED 6 LATIN GRAMMY NODS AND TO TOP IT ALL OFF, HE'S RECEIVING A SPECIAL HONOR, WED NIGHT....'PERSON OF THE YEAR'. IN NEW YORK, I'M VH1'S REBECCA RANKIN.)
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