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Today on News 7 at 5, a local tourist attraction is destroyed in an early morning fire. The owner says it may have been deliberately set,
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and the White House says its relationship with China could be seriously damaged if the Americans being held there are not released soon. [Weather-Head]
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Heading for yet another warm day with forecaat highs in the 80s for Tuesday. Details just ahead.

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In Sports today, one of the N-F-L's best quarterbacks decides to retire.
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And Major League Baseball suffers a loss as a Hall of Famer passes away in North Carolina.
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President Bush today warns that U-S relations with China could be damaged- as the situation in China drags on.

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The 24 crew members of the American spy plan are entering their second week on Chinese soil-
Meanwhile efforts to negotiate tehir freedom seem to have reached a stalemate- as Teri Okita reports.
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(( AS THE TWO SUPERPOWERS GO TOE-TO-TOE, DIPLOMATIC TALKS FLIP-FLOP BETWEEN OPTIMISM AND FRUSTRATION. CHINA KEEPS INSISTING THAT THE U-S MAKE A FORMAL APOLOGY FOR THE MID-AIR COLLISION THE U-S REFUSES TO BLINK FIRST. Everyday that goes by increases the potential that our relations with China could become damaged, and our hope is that the matter gets resolved quickly. BUT AS DAY NINE DRAGS ON, SOME DAMAGE HAS ALREADY BEEN DONE WITH CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATIONS AND BUSINESSPEOPLE CANCELLING TRIPS TO CHINA. Richard Boucher/State Department Spokesman: The damage that weve seen so far is reversible. But clearly, the public effect and the effect of these cancellations is to make it harder to pursue the kind of productive relationship that we want. U-S OFFICIALS ARE STICKING TO THEIR STANDARD LINE OF DIPLOMACY SAYING THE TALKS ARE INTENSE BUT REVEALING LITTLE ELSE ABOUT THE NEGOTIATIONS. BREAK: They are in excellent health. AFTER A FOURTH MEETING WITH U-S CREWMEMBERS IN HAINAN, DIPLOMATS REPORT ALL 24 ARE IN GOOD SPIRITS, ESPECIALLY AFTER RECEIVING E-MAIL FROM HOME. THEY SPOKE WITH THE CREW ALONE AND CONFIRM THAT THE CHINESE ARE TAKING GOOD CARE OF THEM. Gen. Neal Sealock/US Defense Attache: So, just to give you a better idea that they are in very good conditions. Theyve been able to clean their uniforms and do all those sorts of things. Teri Okita/Reporting: Administration officials refuse to comment on the consequences of the crews delayed return. But some lawmakers on Capitol Hill suggest a bitter trade fight, opposition to Chinas Olympic bid, and an affect on arm sales to Taiwan should this situation drag on. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))




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A Natural Bridge tourist attraction burned to the ground overnight. The Enchanted Castle has been a local man's workshop and a roadside creature museum for nearly a decade.
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Now Marya Jones tells us the fire is being investigated as a possible arson.
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A single-vehicle accident slowed traffic along Route 220- this afternoon.
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Around three o'clock-- the driver of this Oldsmobile flipped his vehicle near the turn for Garden City. Witnesses told Roanoke County police the driver was traveling south when he crossed the median and hit the embankment.
Authorities closed one of the northbound lanes while the wreck was cleared. No word yet on the driver's condition.
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The Sons of Confederate Veterans have spent about seven thousand dollars to make their point.
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Even though Governor Jim Gilmore refused this year, the S-C-V says in a full page ad in The Richmond Times-Dispatch that April will be "from this day forward through eternity" Confederate History and Heritage Month.
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The only candidate for governor who agrees is trailing in his nomination battle.
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Attorney General Mark Earley does NOT-- and was protested by Confederate supporters two weeks ago.
But John Hager said today he has "total sympathy" with the S-C-V's cause.
S-C-V members say he's gone further with them-- promising to declare a Confederate History Month and winning Republican mass meetings with S-C-V help.
The nation's only elected black governor says it's a losing strategy for Hager.
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((DOUG WILDER/FORMER GOVERNOR: THEY HAVE THAT RIGHT. THAT'S WHAT THE WAR WAS FOUGHT FOR. EVERYONE COULD HAVE A RIGHT. I DON'T DENOUNCE THAT RIGHT. SURELY GO AHEAD AND DO IT. AND GET BEATEN IN THE PROCESS. AS THEY WILL FIND OUT.))
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Governor Gilmore chose instead to declare Civil War Remembrance month this year.

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A court decides if two twins caught up in an international custody battle will be returned to the United States. We'll have that decision next,
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and we'll meet a local teenager who is using a valuble life lesson taught to him by his dying grandfather.
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The so called "Internet-Twins" wanted by two families-one in England and one in the United States ... will grow up in the U-S.
A British couple today lost their bid to regain custody of the twins, so they will go back to their natural parents in Missouri.
Chris Lawrence has the latest
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((A BRITISH COUPLE HAS LOST THEIR CUSTODY BID FOR TWIN AMERICAN BABIES. THREE MONTHS AGO JUDITH AND ALAN KILSHAW USED THE INTERNET TO TRY TO ADOPT THE LITTLE GIRLS FROM ARKANSAS. BUT TODAY IN LONDON, AN ENGLISH JUDGE ORDERED THE TWINS RETURNED TO THE UNITED STATES. Michael Charles/Kilshaws Attorney This is not the outcome the Kilshaws sought. They are going to consider their legal position carefully with regard to an appeal" Jeremy Rosenblatt/ Attorney for biological father: The natural father of the twins is delighted by the decision of the English courts. THE MUCH-PUBLICIZED CASE RAISED QUESTIONS ABOUT BRITISH ADOPTION LAWS AND ONLINE ADOPTION SERVICES. THE KILSHAWS HAVE MAINTAINED THEY HAD ONLY THE BEST INTEREST OF THE BABIES AT HEART: Judith Kilshaw/Mar. 19 ..all I did was try to give 2 children a decent home.
STANDUP: CHRIS LAWRENCE/CBS NEWS "The girls are now 9-months old. And when they do come home, they'll be caught in a battle between their estranged natural parents. Separately, both are seeking custody."
THE CASE GAINED INTERNATIONAL ATTENTION WHEN A CALIFORNIA COUPLE INITIALLY CONTESTED THE KILSHAWS ADOPTION. RICHARD AND VICKIE ALLEN SAID THEY PAID 6-THOUSAND DOLLARS TO ADOPT THE GIRLS THROUGH A DIFFERENT INTERNET SERVICE. SINCE THEN THE ALLENS HAVE DROPPED THEIR BID. BUT THE KILSHAWS HAD ALREADY NAMED THE TWINS ..AND BELINDA AND KIMBERLY HAVE BEEN IN FOSTER CARE FOR MORE THAN A MONTH. THE BRITISH JUDGE ORDERED AUTHORITIES TO KEEP SECRET THE DATE THEY'LL RETURN TO AMERICA.

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It's the biggest pot bust authorities in Rockingham County, North Carolina say they've ever seen.
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A tip on their crime line led deputies to a marijuana farm off of Highway 29.
They found 10 thousand immature marijuana plants that would have been worth more than 15 million dollars once mature.
Investigators say there were seeds, cultivated tracts, and everything from miracle-gro to insect killer on site.

No word yet on the identity of any suspects.
But Sheriff Sam Page says someone put some work into the farm.
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A local teenager says his experience caring for his dying grandfather has taught him an important lesson. Now he wants to use it to help others.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has the story.
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While many teens his age are hanging out with friends -- 17 year old Ronald Wright chooses to spend his time at Stonewall Jackson Hospital.
In fact, he's there 7 days a week, sometimes 5 hours at a time, volunteering in the extended care facility.
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And the residents love him -- it's almost like he has a fan club.
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Ronald says caring for his ailing grandfather made him realize he wanted to help others.
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Stonewall Jackson Hospital says getting more young adults interested in health care is critical since the older population is growing while many hospitals are faced with a nursing shortage.
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And Ronalds says he plans to start his nursing career at Stonewall Jackson Hospital. A place that's become like his second home.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Lexington.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will tell us how a funny thing happened on the way to Lynchburg.
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Straight from Broadway to a stage in Lynchburg- It is the Tony Award-winning musical comedy... "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum."
The play which promises two acts of non-stop laughing is performed by high school students.
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Jacey Birch is at E-C Glass High School with some interesting characters.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Mike Stevens looks back at the career of Hall of Famer Willie Stargell,
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Investors on Wall Street experienced a day of ups and downs today as stocks bounced back and forth between postive and negative territories.
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Welcome everybody to the Monday two minute ticker that begins this afternoon with the retirement of a true legend.
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Troy Aikman, the three-time Super Bowl champion with the Dallas Cowboys officially retired from the NFL today. Aikman has a degenerative back condition, plus he suffered four concussions in his last 20 games. Still none of that made walking away very easy.
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The man known as "Pops" is gone.
The Pittsburgh Pirate's patriarch, Willie Stargell died today of a stroke.
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He had been in failing health for several years with a kidney disorder.
The Pirates opened their new ballpark Saturday and unveiled a 12-foot bronze statue of Stargell
The Hall of Famer was one of the greatest homerun hitters of all time, with 475.
And led the Pirates to World Series Championships in '71 and '79.
He was 61.
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If you would like to learn more about the life and career of Willie Stargell, check our website of the day. [TAKE WEBSITE OF THE DAY FULL] The Baseball Hall of Fame is paying tribute today to the Pirates leader. You can find that page through a link to our site at WDBJ7-dot-com.

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The Mets and Braves played this afternoon as the Mets rasied their National League championship pennant and then shot down Atlanta.
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Mike Piazza homered twice for the Mets and drove in five runs. Kevin Appier won his Shea Stadium debut allowing just three runs on six hits over the a seven inning stretch.
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The Mets win it 9-to-4. Kevin Millwood gets the loss.
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Much more is coming up at the top fo teh hour including a chat with Dale Jarrett, and look at the Bassett Bengals girls basketball team that was honored today by the Civitan Club here in Roanoke. I'll see you later for News 7 at 6.

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There's another scandal involving Britain's royal family, and this time it's coming from an unlikely source.
Richard Roth has more about Sophie-Gate.
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((NARR: IT SEEMED AN IMAGE-MAKER'S DREAM TWO YEARS AGO WHEN SOPHIE RHYS-JONES MARRIED PRINCE EDWARD, AND BECAME THE COUNTESS OF WESSEX: A DAUGHTER IN LAW AT LAST THE QUEEN COULD DEPEND ON TO BRING A LITTLE GOOD PUBLICITY TO THE HOUSE OF WINDSOR.
SOPHIE AFTER ALL WAS A SAVVY P.R. AGENT, AN ACCOMPLISHED BUSINESSWOMAN.

HAPPILY EVER AFTER JUST ENDED WITH A BAD CASE OF ROYAL FOOT IN MOUTH THAT'S BEING CALLED "SOPHIE-GATE."

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THE P.R. AGENT WAS TRAPPED IN A PUBLIC RELATIONS NIGHTMARE WHEN SHE MET A TABLOID NEWSMAN WHO WAS POSING AS A WEALTHY ARAB INTERESTED IN HIRING HER FIRM - AND IT WAS ALL CAUGHT ON TAPE.

(POOL) NARR: SHE REPORTEDLY CALLED HER BROTHER-IN-LAW CHARLES AND HIS

PARTNER CAMILLA PARKER-BOWLES "NUMBER ONE" ON A TOP TEN LIST OF UNPOPULARITY.

(BBC) PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR WAS LABELLED "IGNORANT OF THE

COUNTRYSIDE," AND HIS WIFE - "EVEN WORSE."
ROTH ON CAMERA: BUCKINGHAM PALACE WHICH FIRST DISMISSED THE AFFAIR AS "TITTLE TATTLE" UNDESERVING OF ATTENTION, NOW SAYS THE QUEEN WANTS TO REVIEW HOW ROYALS WHO WORK FOR A LIVING OUGHT TO CONDUCT THEIR BUSINESS. MEANTIME, SOPHIE'S STEPPING DOWN FROM HER JOB.

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