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Today on news 7 at 5, American and British forces drop bombs on Iraq. We'll have the latest in a live report.
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and officials attempt to seat a jury in the trial of the man accused of killing Radford teenager Tara Munsey. [Weather-Head]
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In Sports, Mike Stevens will have another report from Daytona Speedweeks,
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and on Health Check, we'll see how local doctors are shedding new light on seasonal depression.
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Air strikes today on Iraq- strikes the President calls a routine mission.
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Routine or not- Americans take notice when the United States takes action against Iraq.
Today's air strikes were meant to enforce the no fly zones- zones set up when the Pesian Gulf war ended-
Drew Levinson is following this story and joins us with the latest from Washington.
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((The Penagon says today's air strike against Iraqi military targets was basically a ''self-defense measure.' The sites have become an increasing threat to U-S jets patrolling Iraqi air space. Drew Levinson reports from Washington The strikes began just after midnight in Iraq. Sot: Lt General Greg Newbold, Operation's Officer, Joint Chiefs of Staff. "this was a carefully orchestrated strike" The Pentagon says 24 aircraft were involved in the operation: Their targeted iraqi military command and control sites. These sites have been threatening American and British aircraft patrolling Iraqi air space. Lt General Greg Newbold: Both the frequency and the more sophisticated command and control of their operations are an increased threat to our aircraft and our crews. President Bush authorized his first military strike before he left for Mexico to meet with Mexican leader Vicente Fox.
PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH Iraq was quick to express outrage..they have released these pictures of civilians they say were wounded during the attack. Some of the targeted radar sites were located just north of the southern "no fly" zone. Its the first strike outside that zone since 1998, when U.S. and British planes staged a four-day air campaign against Iraq. Right now, at least, the Pentagon does not anticipate More strikes. Newbold:We think we've accomplished what we were looking for. All U.S. and British planes involved in the attack returned safely. Drew Levinson))




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It's opening day in the trial of the man accused of killing Radford teenager Tara Munsey. Jury selection in the trial of Jeffery Allen Thomas started this morning.
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Marya Jones has been covering this story for more than a year. Marya is there a jury yet?
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Q&A: Marya, when does the court expect to hear testimony?
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Still to come on the newscast, the world wildlife fund says PANDAS are heading for extinction, but it's not for the reason most people think,
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[VO] and Oklahoma city bomber Timothy McVeigh's execution is still on schedule as he decides not to ask for presidential clemency.
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The execution of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh will move forward.
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McVeigh had until yesterday to ask President Bush to stop the execution.
His attorney says McVeigh did not ask, thinking he didn't have much of a chance of being granted clemency.
He also says even if the death sentence was lifted, McVeigh would not want to spend the rest of his life in solitary confinement.
He is scheduled to die May 16th for killing 168 people in the 1995 bombing.
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Virginia Military Institute has another first: a pregnant cadet... a woman who's described only as a female athlete from Virginia.
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The news broke late last night. One cadet said some members of the corps learned about it only today, even though the woman is now about four months pregnant.
She remains on post- -choosing to stay in barracks.
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V-M-I emphasizes that FOR NOW, she has chosen to stay in barracks and has declined to be interviewed.
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Some major cutbacks are coming to the Science Museum of Virginia. And that means changes for the Southside branch.
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The Danville Science Center will now be closed on Sundays and Mondays.
The museum will also cut workers pay by ten percent.
The move comes after Governor Gilmore announced in December that the museum would get less state money to finance its nearly eight and half million dollar budget.
Ticket prices will go up at some branches but prices at the Danville Science Center will remain the same.
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The new changes at the Danville branch take affect Sunday February 25th.

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The giant panda is loved around the world- but someday it may not be around.
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The main reason- Pandas don't have anywhere to live.
The panda's forest home is disappearing.
That loss of habitat in China is the major threat to the panda- which has a wild population of about one-thousand.

The news came out of a report marking the World Wildlife Fund's 40th anniversary.
The report says it's simply not true that pandas are endangered because of an inability to breed.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will introduce us to a woman who is helping piece together Roanoke's latest Ballet.
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Tomorrow night the Roanoke Civic Center will be alive with music... song and dance as the Richmond Ballet performs Carmina Burana.
The choral work based on thirteenth century poems and songs written by monks turns into drama and emotion on the stage.
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Jacey Birch is at the Civic Center to tell us about the immense detail put into this performance.
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Coming up in a moment, it's been a rough day for investors in the stock market. We'll have the latest numbers in today's Market watch...
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[VO] and in Sports, Mike Stevens introduces us to some young drivers who have already won a big prize this season... full time sponsors.
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In Health Check,
For some people the fall and winter --can bring the blues.
With less sunlight and shorter days --some people get depressed.
There's actually a name for the condition. It's called (SAD) or Seasonal Affective Disorder.
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Health Check Reporter joins us with more on this condition --
Joy how common is it?
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Jean,
SAD affects about 6 percent of people in the United States.
Women are three to four times more likely to experience it than men.
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Most people experience the onset of the condition in early adulthood. For most sufferers --the depression starts in the fall --and then subsides in the spring and summer.
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Pam Wells was diagnosed with Seasonal Affective Disorder seven years ago.
Up until two months ago --she was on anti-depressants to deal with it. But now she has weaned herself off the medication - by undergoing light therapy at the Fralin Center for Community Health in Roanoke.
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A change in sunlight exposure is the most common cause of SAD. When the intensity of sunlight decreases -- the retina sends signals to the brain causing changes in the body's chemical make-up --which can lead to depression.
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Symptoms of SAD may include weight gain, sleep problems, lack of energy, low self-esteem, body aches and pains, memory loss, concentration problems, and suicidal thoughts.
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Carilion has light therapy rooms in Roanoke and Radford --the cost is 5 dollars for half an hour.
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Investors on Wall Street got hit with a double whammy of bad economic news today. Stocks dropped sharply after wholesale inflation shot up a surprising one-point one percent last month. Industrial production also fell off more than expected.
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It's another big day of racing down in Daytona today. Joe Rutman won the Craftsman Truck race this afternoon.
In two night's two minute ticker, Mike Stevens has the story of a couple of Cup drivers who are also winners when it comes to attracting big time sponsorships.
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Hollywood is using the internet to generate big hype- It's the promotion of a couple of high profile movies that are still months away from theaters.
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Harry Potter has already cast a spell on the book world. Now he wants to use the magic of the web to bring fans to the box office.
Warner Brothers unveiled the official Internet site for "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" today.
The web site will include quizzes, games, production news and trailers when they become availible. The Harry Potter movie will hit theaters this fall.
And there is another site we want to tell you about- for a completely different kind of web-head.
The Spiderman Hype page is tracking every detail, no matter how small, about next year's movie. That's not bad considering the movie is 440 days away.
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Removing another member of the Survivor tribes turned out to be a tall order last night. Seven foot tall Mitchell Olson was sent home. Bob Winsor has more.
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((TRACK; MITCHELL OLSEN..THAT GENTLE GIANT FROM SOUTH DAKOTA THOUGHT HE WAS IN GOOD SHAPE AS OGAKOR WENT TO TRIBAL COUNCIL LAST NIGHTAFTER ALL.. THE BETTING MONEY HAD KEITH BEING VOTED OFF.

TRACK: BUT THEN SUDDENLY..THAT ALL CHANGED.
COLBY WENT TO VOTE FIRST AND I WENT TO VOTE 2ND. I SAID KEITH AND I GAVE MY REASONS I OPENED THE BOX AND THERE IS MY NAME..THIS IS THE BIGGEST SHOCK OF MY LIFE///I COULD'NT BELIEVE MY EYES. I LOOKED AT COLBY AND HE WOULDN'T LOOK.
TRACK: SO BEFORE YOU COULD SAY OGAKOR..KEITH WAS HANGING IN THERE AND MITCHELL WAS GONE ..WHAT HAPPENED.
MARK BURNETT SAYS OC: MITCHELL'S MISTAKE WAS TWO THINGS..ONE NOT WORKING HARD TO MAKE COLBY FEEL HE WAS WORTH KEEPING AND SECONDLY WHEN JEFF ASKED HIM AT TRIBAL COUNCIL WHY SHOULD YPOU BE KEPT HE SAID I'M PRETTY WEAK..MAYBE YOU SHOULD KEEP KEITH..WHAT DO YOU EXPECT TWO MISTAKES.
MITCHELL SAYS OC: BOREDOM WAS THE WORST PART OF IT..HUNGER WAS TERRIBLE BUT BOREDOM WAS WORSE.
TRACK: MITCHELL HAS SINCE LANDED IN NEW YORK CITY WHERE HE STANDS TALL....HOPING TO BECOME A HIT ON BROADWAY.
MITCHELL SAYS OC: IM WRITING A MUSICAL CURRENTLY AND THASTS MY NEXT BIG STEP GETTING THIS MUSICAL UP ON ITS FEET. WORSHOPPING IT SURVIVOR CAME ALONG LITTLE SIDETRACK..HOPEFULLY IT WILL OPEN SOME DOORS FOR THIS MUSICAL.
TRACK: FOR CBS, THIS IS BOB WINSOR REPORTING))

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