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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... Israelis have reportedly stormed inside Yasser Arafat's headquarters...
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Meanwhile- Pope John Paul denounces the violence in the Middle East on this Easter Sunday... we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.


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Gunfire is reported INSIDE Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's headquarters this morning.
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Palestinian officials say several of their guards have been wounded.
They say Israeli forces stormed the office where Arafat has been holed up.
But Israel denies its troops are inside the building.
An Associated Press reporter, speaking by phone to Palestinians inside Arafat's office, said he could hear the sounds of heavy gunfire.
Israeli officials say their decision not to harm Arafat still stands.
Jim Acosta has more.
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[Tire-Dump]


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No one knows for certain ... but it's estimated anywhere from two to five million tires are smoldering at Willie Keeling's illegal tire dump.
But we DO know the fire was deliberately set and could burn for months.
Justin McLeod has more on the plan of attack and what it's like to live near the line of fire.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Yesterday; :00]
[SUPER=01-Carrie Deitzel/Environmental Protection Agency; :16]
[SUPER=01-Terry Kemp/Penn Forest Church of God; :35]
[SUPER=01-Jason Cook/Nearby Resident; :49]
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((((NAT SOUND OF TRUCK GOING UP THE ROAD))
This weekend, crews concentrated their efforts on one thing, making the road leading to the fire safe and accessible for the heavy equipment that soon will arrive.
Only then can the cleanup begin.
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((CARRIE DEITZEL/ENVIROMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY: THEY'VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT A SUPPRESSANT. THE FIRST CONCERN WITH A SUPRESSANT, WE'RE NOT LOOKING AT IT AS SOMETHING TO PUT THE FIRE OUT. WE'RE LOOKING AT IT AS SOMETHING TO CONTROL THE SMOKE.))
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The smoke has prompted officials to issue several health warnings.
The concern almost postponed this year annual easter egg hunt in Penn Forest Park.
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((TERRY KEMP/PENN FOREST CHURCH OF GOD: THERE WAS SOME FOLKS OUT THIS MORNING DOING SOME AIR MONITORING TO MAKE SURE THAT THE TESTS ALL CAME BACK NEGATIVE.))
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((NAT SOUND OF THE PLAYGROUND))
The event attracted nearly two hundred people, many who are nearby residents,just happy to be back outside.
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((JASON COOK/NEARBY RESIDENT: I KNOW MY SON HAS REALLY HAD CABIN FEVER STUCK IN THE HOUSE AND JUST THE BEAUTIFUL WEATHER TODAY AND IT'S JUST A GREAT DAY FOR KIDS TO COME OUT AND ENJOY THEMSELVES.))
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: LIFE STILL HASN'T RETURNED BACK TO NORMAL FOR THE RESIDENTS WHO LIVE DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE TIRE DUMP FIRE. MANY HAVENT RETURNED TO THEIR HOMES, CHOOSING TO STAY WITH FRIENDS OR RELATIVES. THE E-P-A SAYS THE AIR IS SAFE BUT MANY OF THESE RESIDENTS SAY LIVING WITH THAT SMOKE IS STILL UNBEARABLE.))
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((NAT SOUND OF TIRE DUMP FIRE))
Tests reveal there are hazardous materials in the fire itself, but so far none have registered in nearby neighborhoods.
Even so, residents believe the danger remains.
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[IN Q=At night, it's really]

((ANNIE FOUNTAIN: AT NIGHT, IT'S REALLY REALLY BAD WHEN YOU'RE OUT HERE AT NIGHT BECAUSE YOU CAN'T COME OUT UNLESS YOU HAVE A MASK ON. THEY SAY THE AIR IS OK BUT THIS AIR IS NOT OK BECAUSE THEY'RE NOT BREATHING IT, WE ARE.))
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And they'll probably be breathing it for months.
Whatever the plan of attack, the EPA believes it will take that long before the tire dump fire is completely out.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Roanoke County. ))

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Republican sources are saying that a DEMOCRAT helped Virginia's top Republican Party staffer eavesdrop on a Democratic conference call.
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Ed (MATE-trik-ardi)Matricardi is accused of listening in on two conference calls in which Democratic legislators, including Governor Mark Warner, discussed strategy on the state redistricting case. Yesterday, the Richmond Times-Dispatch cited unidentified Republicans as saying a Democrat angry with Warner gave Matricardi the phone number and password to join the conference call. Officials said that would make it LEGAL for Matricardi to monitor the call.
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Some Roanoke COUNTY residents are having water problems.
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Several residents in the Sans (SOO-see) Souci Apartment complex say they have been without water since around eleven o'clock Friday morning.
Several buildings were affected when a water line broke.
Residents say they are concerned because backed up sewage has caused odor problems in some of the buildings.
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((TAMMIE MONTGOMERY/RESIDENT: WE HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO TAKE A SHOWER, NOT BEEN ABLE TO FLUSH THE COMMODE. MY DAUGHTER HAS PNEUMONIA AND I CAN JUST IMAGINE THE GERMS FLOATING IN THE APARTMENT BECAUSE OF THE COMMODE NOT BEING ABLE TO BE FLUSHED.))
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Residents say they have tried to contact the property management but have NOT been successful. Officials with Sans Souci have not returned phone messages left by News 7.
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"It seems war has been declared on peace...."
That was the message in Pope John Paul's Easter service this morning at the Vatican.
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John Paul used the holiday to denounce the violence in the Middle East.
He is appealing to political and religious leaders to work for a return to negotiations to end the bloodshed.
The frail pope sat under a canopy during most of the Mass in Saint Peter's Square.
Tens of thousands turned out on the warm sunny day to hear the service.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[BOTH MICS HOT] It's Easter - and that means its time to kick-off spring fashions
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Coming up on News 7 -
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We'll show you what kids are hopping for in our own fashion show. Don't go away , News 7 Sunday Morning will be right back
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[Jesus-Video]


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Jesus reaches people in many different ways.
He may soon be reaching YOUR home through the mail, thanks to a local group.
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Ken Sharp is director of the Jesus Video Project here in the Roanoke Valley.
Thanks so much for joining us today.

- Your goal is to send out 100-thousand videos to homes in our area. How are you going to do that?

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- Now the video is actually a 1979 Warner Brothers release ... how do you hope that will appeal to people?

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Ken Sharp. Thanks so much for talking to us this morning.
Now, let's check in with our own, fashionable Jacey Birch ... talking about spring fashion.



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Easter is one of the most popular times of year where kids want to look thier best. And getting children all decked out can be as fun for parents as it is for the youngsters themselves.
Earlier I had a chance to talk with Nancy Leggett, owner of Toad'ly Kids here in Roanoke about the top items for Easter.
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Since dressing up isn't always on the top of the list for kids, we are going to talk with Nancy a little later about casual comfort for kids... that keeps them fashionable! Don't go away.. News 7 Sunday Morning will be right back.


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If you're interested in natural history you have three Virginia museums to choose from. But if you want to focus on the Southern Appalachian region, your only option is in Blacksburg. In this week's Time Off Shannon Young takes us to Virginia Tech to brush up on biology.
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[IN Q=If you look at this...]

((If you look at this... it's absolutely beautiful.))
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[OUT Q=It's absolutely beautiful.]

From butterfiles to buffalo, birds to bees, you'll find them all in a handful of rooms in downtown Blacksburg. Welcome to the Virginia Tech Museum of Natural History, a haven for those into serious research or the casually curious.
[SOT 7:18-7:27]
[IN Q=Over one million specimens...]

((Over one million specimens of all different groups of animals, insects, mammals, birds, fossils.))
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But don't go expecting elaborate scenes. This is one museum where viewing a speciman often means uncovering it first.
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[IN Q=Unlike, maybe, a storage facility...]

((Unlike, maybe, a storage facility where you might put your furniture where you would care about moisture and temperature, we really care about that here.))
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[OUT Q=care about that here.]

Specimans are kept under glass or plastic, or are filed away in a series of cabinets. The goal is to preserve all species, from the prolific to the extinct.
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[IN Q=There are a lot of people...]

((There are a lot of people that don't know that we had a native parrot in North America. Reporter: You wouldn't think that, would you? Rosenzweig: And there it is.))
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[OUT Q=And there it is.]

Ask for a tour or guide yourself, or tag along with a school group. Rosenzweig hopes you'll leave the museum with a better understanding of life.
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[IN Q=What we like to say is...]

((What we like to say is that this museum is trying to teach people about what's going on outside the walls of the place and how to get into the world around us.))
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[OUT Q=into the world around us.]

Shannon Young, News 7, Blacksburg.))
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Virginia Tech Museum of Natural History is open Wednesday through Saturday, 1 to 5.
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[TAKE WDBJ7.COM FS] For more information log on to our website at wdbj7 dot com and click on Weekend Morning.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... There are reports of gunfire inside Yasser Arafat's compound this morning...
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And Britons are mourning the death of Queen Mum...
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Shooting is reported inside Yasser Arafat's beseiged headquarters this morning.
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Palestinian officials report that several of their guards have been wounded.
They say Israeli forces stormed Arafat's offices, where the Palestinian leader remains holed up.
But Israel denies its troops are inside the building.
An Associated Press reporter, speaking by phone to Palestinians inside Arafat's office, said he could hear the sounds of heavy gunfire.
Israeli officials say their decision not to harm Arafat still stands.
Jim Acosta has more.
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New information has surfaced about a state criminal probe into whether Virginia's top Republican Party staffer eavesdropped on a Democratic conference call.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond/File Tape;]

Ed Matricardi is accused of listening in on two conference calls in which Democratic legislators, including Governor Mark Warner, discussed strategy on the state redistricting case. Yesterday, the Richmond Times-Dispatch cited unidentified Republicans as saying a Democrat angry with Warner gave Matricardi the phone number and password to join the conference call. Officials said that would make it LEGAL for Matricardi to monitor the call.
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Britons are mourning the death of the woman they affectionately called the "Queen Mum."
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Queen Mother Elizabeth died in her sleep at Windsor Castle yesterday, after years of deteriorating health.
She was 101.
Her daughter, Queen Elizabeth the Second, was at her side.
Outside the castle gates today, mourners are leaving flowers and cards.
Queen Mother Elizabeth and her husband, King George the Sixth, became the wartime rulers of the British Empire after the king's brother abdicated the throne to marry American divorcee Wallis Simpson.
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[Earthquake]


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An earthquake rocked Taiwan this morning - killing at least two people and injuring about a dozen more.
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The quake registered 6-point-8 on the richter scale -
It toppled two construction cranes on the 60th floor of a skyscraper being built in downtown Taipei.
This building partially collapsed - officials believe seven people are trapped inside.
Other buildings - including this Taipei newsroom- shook for about a minute - cracking walls and sending residents running from their homes.
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[BOTH MICS HOT] Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning...
With Easter comes the all time favorite: Egg hunts..
[ANCHOR=Jacey]

but
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how can you make sure a day of fun is also safe? Coming up we'll tell you how to keep your eggs edible But first if you are traveling today........ [Jacey ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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[Jacey MIC hot] [ No 2-shot toss go straight to Travel Bump] [soft music under]

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Virginia Tech is tops when it comes to the Peace Corps. School officials say 35-Tech alumni are serving overseas for the organization. The number means Tech ranks 21st among other schools in the country and it's the first time the Blacksburg campus has made the list. In this week's Virginia Profile, News 7's Rachel Cannon introduces us to the man who has a hand in the success.
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((NATS For Christopher Doherty the peace corps has been more than a brief adventure. He spent three years overseas as a volunteer, then seven years as an employee in their D-C headquarters. Now he's the Peace Corps representative at Virginia Tech.
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((CHRISTOPHER DOHERTY/PEACE CORPS VT REP.; TO ME IT'S ALL ABOUT BUILDING BLOCKS OF UNDERSTANDING.))
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((CHRISTOPHER DOHERTY/PEACE CORPS VT REP.; AND IT'S ALSO ABOUT THAT HUMANITARIAN WORK RELATED SIDE YOU TRYING TO IMPROVE THE STATUS OF THE ENVIRONMENT OF HEALTH ISSUES OR EDUCATION ISSUES.))
[OUT Q=EDUCATION ISSUES.]

On campus, Doherty talks about peace corps opportunities. He also interviews candidates...looking for just the right person to make a two year commitment to serve in one of 78-countries.
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[IN Q=there has]

((CHRISTOPHER DOHERTY/PEACE CORPS VT REP.; THERE IS SORT OF A NEW REBORN INTEREST NATIONALLY AND BECAUSE THE PRESIDENT HAS MENTIONED IT AND WANTS TO GROW THE PEACE CORPS BY TWO TIMES TWO FOLD IN THE NEXT FOUR OR FIVE YEARS.))
[OUT Q=FOUR OR FIVE YEARS.]

In addition to Doherty's peace corps duties he's a doctoral student studying environmental design and planning. He says had it not been for his peace corps experience in the Dominican Republic..he may not have met his wife...
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((CHRISTOPHER DOHERTY/PEACE CORPS VT REP.; SHE'S FROM A VERY RURAL AREA VERY SORT OF CONSERVATIVE RESERVED CULTURALLY DATING WAS ABSOLUTELY OUT OF THIS WORLD WHERE I MEAN YOU REALLY DIDN'T DATE AND I MADE SOME FAUX PAUS ALONG THE WAY BUT.))
[OUT Q=WAY BUT]

...things ended well. Doherty and wife Julia have two young sons. Rachel Cannon, News 7, Blacksburg.))

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One of the most important decisions about Easter eggs is what you plan to do with them after coloring them. Joy Sutton sat down with Mary Rappoport with the Virginia Egg Council to find out how to keep the hunt healthy.
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We've been talking with Ken Sharp about a project to get videos of the film "Jesus" mailed to every home in Roanoke, Vinton and Salem.
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- After September 11th, you re-edited the video a bit ... tell us about that.
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((I will call for))
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[SUPER=16-(540) 312-6736/Jesus Video Project]



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Ken Sharp. Thanks so much for talking to us this morning.




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[WRITER=jen]
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Being fashionable is important to all ages, shapes and sizes these days.. and the warm, inviting feeling of Spring often inspires trend- conscious shoppers to hit the mall in search of the latest thing to hit the sales floor.
Earlier, I had a chance to talk with Nancy Leggett, owner of Toad'ly Kids here in Roanoke about what's hot for youngsters this season.
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And what's great about childrend's trends is that most of them grow out of the clothes before they go out of style! Just remember that play is important and comfort is key. Don't go away - News 7 Sunday Morning will be right back.

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