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Today on News 7 at 5, Carvins Cove hits the magic number .. and that means mandatory restrictions. We'll spell it out.
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And it's changeover day for many area Wachovia banks .. and their customers.

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It took a long time for Roanoke's water shortage to develop. It will take a long time for it to go away. That story and the ski report tonight in weather.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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OK, guys .. if you haven't bought your sweetheart a Valentine's day gift yet, Patrick Evans will show you some nice last-minute ideas .. but it will cost you.
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And whether it's the flu shots .. or warm weather .. or some other reason .. where's the epidemic this year?
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


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((NAT SOUND OF GUY REMOVING SIGN ))
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Roanoke says goodbye to Wachovia bank... until late 20-03.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jmi]
[TAPE#=501-10 1:24:57]
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The National Bank of Commerce is making nine area Wachovia branches its own.
Wachovia divested the branches when it merged with First Union last year.
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Business Reporter Jennifer Miele is here to tell us about the change-over.
Jean, as you said, [Jen full/MB Set]
[GRAPHIC=News7at5 in MB Monitor]
[SUPER=@jennifer1]

we won't be seeing Wachovia branches in the Valley until late next year... that's when First Union branches will make the switch.
Today, Wachovia customers had their first experience with NBC... and it got mixed reviews. ((ROLLCUE:...))
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[SUPER=01-William Orange/NBC Customer;:19]
[SUPER=01-Linda Davis/NBC Customer;:30]
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(( Down with the old, up with the new.
The Wachovia sign changed at this Orange Avenue branch.
Others are following at Towers Mall, Franklin Plaza, Crossroads Mall, Cave Spring, 460 East and West Salem... as well as branches in Bedford, Hardy and Chilhowie.
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((THE CHANGEOVER IS GOING SMOOTHLY? WILLIAM ORANGE: OH YEAH, I DON'T HAVE ANY PROBLEM, NO PROBLEM AT ALL.)) [RUNS05]
Teams of NBC employees were stationed at each branch this morning to make sure customers aren't inconvenienced.
But some just weren't happy.
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((LINDA DAVIS: I'M NOT REALLY WILD ABOUT IT, I THINK ITS A LOT OF CHANGE OVER THAT IS UNNECESSARY.)) [RUNS09]
Besides Virginia, NBC operates in Tennessee, Georgia, North and South Carolina, and West Virginia... and now has the second largest market share in the Valley.))
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[Jen full/MB Set]
The new NBC branches closed at two o'clock and will re-open tomorrow morning.
The bank encourages customers with problems to stop by their branch.
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Jean.

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[WRITER=mjo]
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A federal agent charged with killing a local man is back in Texas after making bond yesterday.
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D-E-A agent Timothy Workman is charged with murder and felony use of a firearm in the shooting death of Keith Bailey.
According to a search warrant affidavit, Workman told police "I shot him," after the two men fought in the parking lot at O'Charley's Restaurant. Police said he appeared to have consumed alcohol.
Witness accounts place the struggle both inside and outside the car.
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[5-City-Water]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Water restrictions are now in place for people in Roanoke-
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[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;]

The city enacted some mandatory water restrictions after Carvins Cove fell to 22 feet below the spillway. That means no outdoor watering of plants or washing cars by hand between 10 in the morning and 7 in the evening. Since water usage is usually less in the winter, city officials are asking residents to conserve ALL water, indoor and outdoor.
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((MIKE MCELROY/DIRECTOR OF UTILITIES; WE'RE ASKING TO REALLY FOCUS ON THEIR INDOOR WATER USAGE. IT'S THE WINTER, SO WE'RE NOT SEEING MUCH OUTDOOR USAGE, AND INDOOR IS WHERE USERS CAN AFFECT MOST OF THE SAVINGS WE'D LIKE TO SEE.))
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Full time water restrictions could be coming to the city if Carvins Cove drops to 26 feet below the spillway. The last time the city saw water restrictions was December of 1999.
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[WXPRO/FULL] WEATHER TODAY TOMORROW FORECAST

[SS=NONE]ROBIN TOSS BACK[5-Enron]



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She is the whistleblower who tried to warn her bosses at Enron-
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Today Sherron Watkins testified before Congress- saying time and time again she tried to warn her managers and boss Ken Lay of financial improprieties-
Watkins said her red flags were repeatedly ignored by senior managers.
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((SHERRON WATKINS/ENRON VICE PRESIDENT: I WAS SHOCKED THAT PEOPLE COULD EXPLAIN THIS TO ME WITH NO CONCERN IN THEIR VOICE THAT SOMETHING MAGIC WOULD HAPPEN BETWEEN ENRON AND ARTHUR ANDERSON MADE WORK.))
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Watkins said she thought she'd be fired by taking her concerns to former CEO Jeffery Skilling and Chief Financial officer Andy Fastow- both whom she described as intimidating.
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((I DO BELIEVE THEY MISSERVED MR. LAY, THE BOARD AND SHARHOLDERS.))
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Lay was also supposed to testify today-
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but the hearing was cancelled when his attorneys said he would take the fifth again.

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News reports out of Iran say some 150 people who crossed from Pakistan into Iran are being questioned.
According to the official Iranian news agency, the detainees include European, Arab and African nationals.
Many are thought to have been in Afghanistan, and officials are looking for possible terrorist ties.
Inside Afghanistan, the rebuilding process takes many forms. Kandahar used to have a thriving television station, but there's little left after the Taliban took it off the air.
Drew Levinson shows us what's left of a once-proud operation.
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[SUPER=01-Drew Levinson/CBS News; :39]
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(( (LOCATOR: KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN)
Kandahars television station--once considered the technical marvel of this city, is now little more than a bombed out shell. During the blackout years of the Taliban-- these bullet-ridden Satellite dishes received mostly raindrops.

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The equipment is oldthe monitors barely workthe tape players date back to the 80s.

(SOT KAMALADIN ALFAT/TV STATION MANAGER)


THIS IS OLD TECHNOLGY, THE TALIBAN DESTROYED ALMOST EVERYTHING.
The Taliban considered television harmful to moralsit burned the cameras and 25-hundred tapes. Engineers sneaked home just enough to fill half a small cabinet.

(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON)

"BEFORE THE TALIBAN CAME TO POWER, THIS TELEVISION STATION BROADCAST FIVE HOURS A DAY WITH A HALF HOUR OF NEWS, THE NEWS WAS READ FROM THIS DESK IN THIS TINY LITTLE STUDIO.
Now station manager Kamaladin Alfat is looking forward to the day when he can once again provide entertainment for the people in his city..

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WE WANT TO GO BACK ON THE AIR, BUT WE NEED HELP FROM OTHER COUNTRIES TO SEND US EQUIPMENT AND REBUILD THE STUDIO.

Rebuilding will take time and money. Though oldthe one thing they dont need is a transmitterthis old one from Russia still works.
The problem is theres no telling when the transmitter will have something to transmit. Drew Levinson, CBS News, Kandahar.))


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Experts say the flu is spreading across Virginia, but what's the word from local doctors? Just ahead, Joy Sutton has the answers in today's Healthcheck.
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And a major recall .. more than a million and a half S-U-V's. We'll four-wheel the facts .. next.
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More than one and half million Jeep Grand Cherokees are being recalled-
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Owners claim the sport utility vehicles may roll backwards even if the transmission is in park.
The problem's been linked to 59 injuries- but Chrysler said it could not find a defect in its investigation.
It's recalling the vehicles anyway- to repair what owners say is the propensity for the vehicles to pop out of park- and roll backward.
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[Recall FS]
The recall covers 1993 through 1998 Grand Cherokees-
Chrysler says it'll install a device on the floor shifter to help ensure the vehicles transmision is firmly in park.
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The C-D-C reports widespread influenza activity in Virginia.
But in the Roanoke area --doctors say they have only seen small amounts.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean, I spoke with a local doctor who says the warm weather might be one of the reasons the numbers are low.
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He says people tend to spend more time outdoors and therefore are less likely to be cooped-up and come in contact with someone with the flu or spread the flu.
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((IN THE PAST YEARS IT'S BEEN A LOT MORE.. THIS YEAR HAS BEEN RELATIVELY LIGHT AS FAR AS ACTUALLY FLU THAT WE'VE SEEN))
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In fact, Doctor Parvin Lee says between Roanoke Memorial and Community there are less than 20 patients a day who come to the emergency room because of flu --compared to past years when they were flooded with patients.
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((IN THE PAST TWO TO THREE WEEKS SEEN AN INCREASE IN COLD SYMPTOMS, FEVER, COUGHING RUNNING NOSE)) [RUNS09]
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The C-D-C says some symptoms of the flu include a high fever, muscles aches, dry cough, sore throat and a headache.
But doctors says they are others way to tell as well.
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((WHAT WE CLASSIFY AS FLU AND CDC FOLLOWS IS GASTROINTESTINAL ILLNESS, WHICH IS USUALLY VOMITING WATERY DIARRHEA)) [RUNS09]
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And Doctor Lee says its still not too late the get the flu vaccine. But remember it takes two weeks to become effective.
As far, flu drugs like Tamiflu --while they can limit the duration of the flu they have to be taken within the first 48 hours to be effective.
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((ONE THING TO REMEMBER IS THAT IT WILL LAST A WHILE, THERE ARE NO QUICK FIXES WE CAN GIVE MEDICINES TO SLOW VOMITING BUT THERE IS NO CURE)) [RUNS12]
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The flu typically lasts for about a week a week and half.

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If you think roses are expensive this Valentine's Day, wait till you see what's on Patrick Evans' shopping list...
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On this Valentine's Day, you've seen plenty of flowers, cards & candy, and maybe even a little jewelry being passed around for gifts today.
But if you're in a bind, and you've waited till the last minute you're going to need something REALLY special.

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Patrick Evans knows exactly what you are looking for, but you'll have to pay.
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[Stats] [02/14/2002] [CK/ESS]FIVE BACKGROUND
[WXPRO/FULL]SKI REPORT [COMMERCIAL]
[CK/WXPRO]WEATHER MAPS WEATHER FORECASTS EXTENDED FORECAST
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The Winston Cup engines were roaring at Daytona today. Mike Stevens has qualifying races, still ahead in sports.
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and these aren't models or "Playmates" .. they're wives and moms who think intimate photos make a wonderful Valentine's gift.
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Stocks looked good for most of the day .. then pulled back into mixed territory.
Alexis Christoforous has today's Marketwatch Report.
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Welcome everybody to the Thursday ticker
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as we head down to Daytona for this afternoon's Gatorade Twin 125s.
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Fans began arriving at the track early this morning to settle in for what many consider the best day in racing. But even though the competitors were willing to put on a show, Dale Earnhardt, Junior and Jeff Gordon put pole sitter Jimmie Johnson in their rear view mirror early and then drove away. Gordon won the first qualifier with Junior second.
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In the second twin qualifier, Jimmy Spencer was Target in more ways than one as he was caught up in an 8 car mishap that was triggered when Mike Skinner's ignition system failed. Michael Waltrip the winner of last year's Daytona 500, would survive the 50 lap event to earn the fourth starting spot in the Sunday's race. Stacy Compton and his crew gambled with a four tire stop and ended up racing his way into the 500. Here is the complete starting lineup for the 44th Daytona 500.
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[GO TO QUALIFYING] [WIPE TO MOTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!]
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[SUPER=0107-11. Terry Labonte//12. Robby Gordon//13. Streling Marlin//14. Dave Marcis//15. Kurt Busch//;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. John Andretti//17. Mike Wallace//18. Kenny Wallace//19. Ward Burton//20. Mike Skinner//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Dale Jarrett//22. Todd Bodine//23. Ryan Newman//24. Stacy Compton//25. Joe Nemechek//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Casey Atwood//27. Brett Bodine//28. Jeremy Mayfield//29. Bill Elliott//30. Jeff Green//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Robert Pressley//32. Bobby Hamilton//33. Jeff Burton//34. Kyle Petty//35. Geoffrey Bodine//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Shawna Robinson//37. Rusty Wallace/Prov/38. Johnny Benson/Prov/39. Mark Martin//40. Matt Kenseth//;]
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Rick Mast, Jimmy Spencer, Hut Stricklin, Greg Biffle, Buckshot Jones, and Hermie Sadler all failed to qualify for the Great American Race. In one other note, the rain-delayed Busch Grand National qualifying was held this morning with Joe Nemechek winning the pole for Saturday afternoon's race. Take care folks and have a great night. [GO TO BREAK]

[5-Valentine-Photo]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[**ANCHOR TAG**]
Finally, some women are giving their men a Valentine's gift that's sure to be remembered.
As Jann Tracey reports from Denver, you don't have to be a drop-dead gorgeous model .. to be beautiful.
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[IN Q=Picture yourself as a]
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[SUPER=01-Darryl Pierson/Body Photage; :15]
[SUPER=01-Jann Tracey/Reporting; :44]
[SUPER=01-Mai Joo/Customer; :54]
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(( PICTURE YOURSELF AS A PIECE OF ART, TASTEFUL, BUT NOT TACKY, SENSUOUS, NOT SEXY.

(SOT-

"People come in and they will say I told my friends I am going to have nude photos taken and their minds go to Playboy or Penthouse then when they see what we do they all their friends go oh that's pretty cool.")

DARRYL PIERSON CALLS HIS NUDE ART BODYPHOTAGE... ORDINARY PEOPLE POSING FOR AN EXTRAORDINARY KEEPSAKE. SOMETIMES FAMILIES, SOMETIMES COUPLES...

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"Because we are in love,
and we wanted something that reflects that love an affection.")

SOMETIMES CELEBRATING A MILESTONE IN LIFE...
(REPORTER STAND UP- "Ninety percent of Body Photage clients are like Mia, at least in the sense they are women in their thirties or forties who do this not for anyone else, but for themselves.")

(SOT-

"I thought this is me day to day, normal person and this is this is the best that I could look, plus those model have every thing air brushed and I didn't.")

BODYPHOTOG WAS THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S WIFE'S IDEA.

(SOT-

"I just felt women are too hard on themselves, we go our whole lives trying to be something else and not liking ourselves. So I said, no show them how beautiful they are. make them feel better about themselves.")

(SOT-

"I am almost forty, I have had two kids, I have a C-section scar.")

DIANA ROSEMAN WANTED A SPECIAL GIFT FOR HER HUSBAND.

(SOT-

"I was just hoping he could shadow it enough to hide every thing buy he did a great job.")

SO PLEASED WITH HER PICTURES, SHE SHOWED HER MOTHER...

(SOT-

"She said that's you? I said isn't it great? She said oh my gosh that's' great.")

AND IN TURN, HER 67 YEAR OLD MOTHER HAD HER PHOTOS TAKEN. ))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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That was Jann Tracey reporting from Denver. [Close-ID] [5pm] SUPER=x4035; fax/copyright [SUPER=x4034;email/copyright]