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Today on News 7 at 5, firefighters in Los Angles have to battle a fire at the top of a high rise building.
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Closer to home, there are more efforts to bring passenger rail service to the Roanoke Valley. [Weather-Head]
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Also we will hear from Mike Stevens on the Nascar media tour.
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Today he speaks with Dale Jarrett who hopes he can really deliver for his new sponsor.
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((WE'VE NEVER SEEN A MERGER OF THIS SIZE AND SCOPE.))
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Two huge companies become one- What will that mean for you.. the consumer.

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America Online and Time Warner sealed the deal worth 106 billion dollars-
It merges the nation's largest internet carrier with a huge entertainment mogul-
What will it mean for competiton?
Gretchen Carlson has more on this mega deal.
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((While the rest of the Internet world struggles for survival, America On Line has made a giant leap. The Federal Communications Commission has given final approval for them to acquire Time Warner in a $106 billion deal.

SOT: GERALD LEVIN, CEO, AOA, TIME WARNER.



(graphic) AOLs 26 million subscribers will combine with Time Warner's

vast arsenal ... including CNN, HBO and Warner Brothers. (graphic ends)
But the merger was controversial. AOL is the the country's largest internet service provider and Time Warner the second largest cable service. Would the new heavy hitter use its power to shut down competitors. The FCC says it has come up with conditions for the deal that would protect the company's rivals.

SOT: William Kennard, the FCC chairman

"Because of the size and scope of the two companies involved we had to make sure that this historic marriage of companies would benefit American consumers. "
There has been little opposition from consumer groups. Many feel they may be the big winner here. Under the terms of the merger - Time Warner has to open up their cable lines to rival Internet Service Providers. AOL's popular instant messaging system is also fair game to rivals. Finally, to prevent any chance of a monopoly, the new venture is prohibited from entering into any agreements with communications giant AT&T.

SOT: ROBERT W. PITTMAN, CO-CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, AOL, TIME WARNER.



So now it's up to the companies to make the merger work. With a wealth of content waiting to cross over to the Internet, the future of news and entertainment could be just a mouse click away. Gretchen Carlson...CBS News. ))



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Fire atop a Los Angeles high rise today- sent clouds of black smoke into the sky-
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The flames broke out on a top deck of the 27 story buidling.
As is usually the case in L-A, TV- helicopter camers got pictures from above.
The building houses the Metropolitan Transportation Authority-
Employees were all told to get out- authorities say the evacuation was orderly- 22-hundred people forced out- three people did suffer minor injuries.
Meanwhile firefighters climbed 50 flights of stairs to fight the blaze.
No word yet on what caused the fire.
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Another fire- this one in Brazil- 26-people were hurt when fire broke out on the set of a popular TV-show.
About 300 people, mostly children, were watching the taping of the Xuxa (SHOO'-shuh) program when a mechanical space ship malfunctioned, sparking a fire.
Two children and one adult were hospitialized with serious burns. Most of the victims suffered from smoke inhalation.
None of the injuries are considered life threatening.
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Possible new hope that an American shot down in the Persian Gulf War- may be alive.
Lt. Commander Scott Speicher has been listed as killed in action, but this week the navy changed that status to missing in action-
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The navy delivered a diplomatic note to the Iraqi's accusing them of concealing information.
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((I THINK IT WAS THE RIGHT DECISION, BUT I DO NOT WANT TO RASIE FALSE HOPES HERE. WE DO NOT HAVE HARD EVIDENCE THAT HE IS ALIVE. WE HAVE SOME EVIDENCE THAT WHAT HAD BEEN ASSUMED TO BE EVIDENCE THAT HE WAS LOST IN ACTION IS NOT SO.))
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Speicher was alive when he bailed out over Iraq and there is a chance he may still be alive.
Clinton says the nation will do its best to find out if he's alive- and to get him out if he is.


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When passenger rail service returns to Roanoke, the city must be ready.
So says a committee that's urging city council to designate the former N& W station as the future passenger depot.
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Plans to renovate the station are already moving forward. The Convention and Visitors Bureau will make its home there, and the project may include a museum devoted to the work of photographer O. Winston Link.
Next week, Roanoke's Passenger Rail Service Committee will encourage the city to contribute one-point- seven million dollars to the renovation of the landmark.
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((DAVID BOWERS/PASSENGER RAIL COMMITTEE: WE CAN'T DO IT ALL AT ONCE, BUT IF WE SET A LITTLE ASIDE EACH YEAR FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL YEARS, THEN WHEN THAT PASSENGER TRAIN COMES THROUGH ROANOKE, THAT DEPOT WILL BE THERE. WE'LL HAVE COMMITTED THE MONEY TO REBUILD IT AND WE'LL BE READY FOR IT.))
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The committee is also encouraging the city to work with Amtrak and Norfolk Southern to arrange more excursions, and with state and federal lawmakers to secure more funding for passenger rail initiatives.
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Residents of one Southside city want to recognize Martin Luther King Junior. We'll tell you how after the break,
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[VO] also California's power struggle is far from over- The threat of blackouts continues. We'll have an update.
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California is being slammed from every angle.
Fierce storms with high winds and rain... combine that with the threat of running out of electricity and it's a 'one-two' punch to residents. Chris Lawrence has the story.
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((Heavy waves continued to smash against oceanfront homes in Southern California ..these Malibu homes getting hit with the full force of the water.
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Early Friday morning heavy rains soaked the streets of Hollywood ..and energy companies scrambled to keep the lights on across the state.

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"THE SYSTEM IS DELICATE ENOUGH TODAY THAT EVEN A FEW UNITS OFFLINE CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE."
Californians found out first-hand Thursday ..when rolling waves overwhelmed the Diablo Canyon Nuclear station north of Los Angeles. Waves flooded its intake valve and reduced power to 20%.

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The state was just minutes away from rolling blackouts ..until Energy Secretary Bill Richardson extended an emergency order. It requires out-of-state suppliers to direct surplus power to California ..and to keep selling to power companies despite their poor credit.

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"WE ARE WITHIN WEEKS OF AN INABILITY TO PAY FOR POWER FOR OUR CUSTOMERS."
The companies credit plummeted after California deregulated its utilites. Now supply is down to almost nothing..rates are higher than ever and families wake up every morning wondering if this is the day the power goes out.
STANUP TO COME.))

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Monday is Martin Luther King Day and one Southside resident wants to name one road after the civil rights leader.
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Its one road with three different names- South Main Street, Central Boulevard, and Piney Forest Road.
Torrey Dixon asked the city council more than a year ago to rename the road in honor of Dr. King.
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One year later, the city council has not even talked about the issue formally. Danville's mayor wants to wait. That's because the road is about to change once a new corridor in the area is constructed, a corridor that has no name yet.
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((JOHN HAMLIN/MAYOR: I'M NOT TRYING TO DELAY IT FOR THE PURPOSE OF DELAYING IT. I'M JUST LOOKING AT, IF THATS THE CORRIDOR WE SERIOUSLY WANT TO LOOK AT IT AND USE THAT THE PROPER TIME TO DO IT IS WHEN ITS COMPLETED.))
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Completion of that corridor is still more than a year away. Dixon has now started a petition campaign in favor of the name change.
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For the first time in 15 years, Martin Luther King does not have to share his holiday with two Civil War generals.
Virginia kicked off a four-day weekend with Lee- Jackson Day, honoring Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.
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While state employees enjoyed an extra day off, few ceremonies were held across the state in honor of the two generals.
In Bedford, re-enactors gathered at the Bedford City-County museum to remind visitors of the state's rich Civil War heritage.
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((LESLIE MEHAFFEY/U.D.C. RE-ENACTOR: WE WANT TO HONOR THE HEROES OF OUR GENERALS LEE AND JACKSON AND WE WANTED TO PAY HOMAGE TO THEM, AND WE'RE DRESSED HERE TODAY IN PERIOD CLOTHING, WE'RE HERE WITH A CANNON AND WE'RE ALSO HERE TO PROMOTE THE CONFEDERATE ROOM AT THE MUSEUM.))
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Officials say the re-enactors helped draw record crowds to the museum today.
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If you are struggling with a New Year's resolution to lose weight, you will want to stay tuned. Don Mankie and Jacey Birch are standing by to help make sure you lose something besides your resolve.
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No more procrastinating... we're two weeks into the new year and now's the time to live up to all those new year's resolutions to lose weight.
Don't worry... you don't have to do it alone.
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Jacey Birch has sought the advice of an expert dietitian on how to avoid the fad diets... they are both in our studio now.
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Coming up today after sports, there could be a split in the first family as insiders say members are fighting like cats and dogs,
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[VO] But first in Health Check, we'll have a word of warning about one of the nation's silent killers.
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It's been called the "silent killer" hypertension or high blood pressure.
And because it doesn't have any symptoms- it can be especailly dangerous.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more on the importance of getting regular screenings.
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Jean,
High blood pressure can go undetected until it starts damaging the organs.
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But there are ways to reduce the risk of this potentially, life threatening disease.
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Vic Ratner gets his blood pressure checked four times a week at the Carilion facility at Tanglewood Mall.
For the past 30 years -- he has taken medication to control his high blood pressure.
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Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of the blood vessels.
When you have it checked it's determined by two separate numbers.
The top number is the systolic. It measures the maximum pressure when the heart is at work, beating.
For an adult the normal reading is between 100 to 135.
The second number is the diastolic, it measures the minimum pressure, when the heart is at rest.
A normal reading should be between 60 to 80.
The higher those reading are--the greater the threat to your health.
And although there is no cure -- there are ways to control high blood pressure.
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((BARBARA MILLER/CARILION NURSE: WE DO KNOW REDUCING SODIUM IS VERY IMPORTANT, LOSING WEIGHT 5 TO 10 POUNDS IS A GREAT WAY, ANY EXERCISE, EVEN YARD WORK, JUST WATCHING YOUR FOOD IN TAKE)) [RUNS15]
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Reducing stress can also help lower blood pressure.
And while your blood pressure does get higher with age -- young folks are not immune.
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Our website of the day is for the international web surfer.
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It allows you to put in sentences and phrases in other languages for translation. It can read several different languanges including French, Spanish, Porteguese, and Japanese.
This site even translates whole websites into other languages.
So if you would like to explore a whole new world on the internet, try out our website of the day. You can find it through a link to our page at WDBJ7-dot-com.

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The Governor wanted Virginia's interstate rest stops to be more like museums than just bathrooms and vending machines.
But last year, state lawmakers though the plan was too pricey.
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So today, Gilmore unveiled his discount solution: 24 hour online "virtual visitor centers."
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: TOURISTS CAN ACCESS THE VIRGINIA TOURISM AUTHORITY WEBSITE WHERE THEY CAN READ AND PRINT INFORMATION ABOUT TRAVEL DESTINATIONS, REAL TIME INFORMATION ABOUT WEATHER, TRAFFIC, ROAD CONDITIONS.))
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Restaurant reservations and directions will be available.
And if you've brought your clubs, the Governor says you can even use the computer terminals to set up your golf tee time at one of Virginia's many fine courses.
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Thank you Jean and Good afternoon everybody welcome to the Friday Two Minute Ticker.
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Now that Michael Vick is turning pro, Virginia Tech must get on with the business of finding Vicks's replacement.
Ronyell Whitaker, who was at Vick's announcement yesterday, addressed that as well as if the high goals for the team has changed.
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Dale Jarrett has made a number of visible changes to his team for the upcoming Winston Cup season.
Tonight Mike Stevens gives us a look from the NASCAR media tour in Charlotte.
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The Lady Maroons of Roanoke College lost to Guilford last night 76 to 70 at the Bast Center.
The loss keeps head coach Susan Dunagan three games shy of her 400-th win.
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Dunagan will become the seventh coach in Division Three to reach the milestone. Roanoke plays at Bridgewater on Saturday and at Eastern Mennonite next Wednesday before returning to Salem for a game against Lynchburg January 19-th.
More from the Media tour and Michael Vick coming up at six. Jean will be back in a moment.




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There may be a split in the first family.
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There are reports that Socks the Cat may not go with the President when he leaves the White House.
It seems Socks the cat and Buddy the president's dog- have not exactly gotten along.
Clinton told reporters today he's not sure how it will turn out.
But he adds he's done better at making peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians than he has between Socks and Buddy.
On the other hand, Clinton says, he and Socks have been together for a long time -- and he hates to give him up.
If Clinton doesn't take the cat, rumor has it White House Secretary Bettie Currie will take him.
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