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Today on News 7 at 5, WDBJ loses one of its best loved friends. Roy Stanley passes away at age 51.
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Also the head of the state Republican Party is indicted for allegedly intercepting two phone calls.
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Showers will taper off overnight, and the sun will come out for a couple of days, I've got the entire seven-day forecast coming up.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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In other news, a local high school casts a web and wins a prestigious prize..
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and a new study says college students' drinking habits are seriously endangering their health.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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WDBJ and the Roanoke Valley have lost a very dear and beloved friend.
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[5-Stanley]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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For more than 30 years Roy Stanley set the standard for sports reporting at your Hometown Station.
Early this morning- he passed away at age 51.
Roy's last newscast was March 30th. A day later, he was admitted to the hospital, where doctors discovered he was suffering from terminal liver cancer.
Mike Stevens looks back at the life and career of our colleague and friend.
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((NAT SOUND LAUGHTER:)) (( That trademark laugh and his outgoing personality were as much a part of what made Roy Stanley so special as anything else. He was the state of Virginia's dean of sportscasters with more than 30 years of air experience at Your Hometown Station. ((ROY STANLEY:)) The weekends were his place to shine as he anchored the sports each Saturday and Sunday nights for more than two decades. ((NAT SOUND OF ROY:)) Anchoring the sports desk at WDBJ-7 hardly seemed possible when he arrived in Roanoke looking for a job in February of 1972. ((ROY STANLEY:)) The Wytheville native, who attended Scott Memorial before integration, graduated from George Wythe high school in 1969. He was officially hired at WDBJ on Valentines' Day of 1972. He quickly established himself as a strong supporter of sports throughout the valley. And no one knew how to work a room or establish relationships with athletes and coaches like Roy Stanley. ((ROY STANLEY NAT SOUND:)) He won the prestigious Marshal Johnson Award from the Virginia High School coaches association recognizing his outstanding contributions to high school athletics - his true love. ((ROY STANLEY:)) During the 2001 Friday Football Extra season Roy proudly watched a kid whose diapers he once changed earn player of the week honors. ((ROY WITH JERMAINE:)) Roy Stanley was "Old school" and took pride in as he liked to put it "Keeping It Real." He did just that in the year 2000 - when the N Double A CP honored Roy with that year's Image Award. ((ROY STANLEY:)) Family was also extremely important to Roy. He is survived by his wife and two grown children, his dad and a sister.

His extended family here at WDBJ-7 will find it very hard to walk the halls without his boisterous blasts of laughter - the thousands and thousands of viewers who grew up and changed their hair styles right along with Roy Stanley will no doubt also find something missing in their own homes.)) ((ROY STANLEY- NAACP:))
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Mike will have more on Roy's life coming up a little later in our newscast.


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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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Last night the Israelis said they would pull out of the West Bank.
Today they've changed their mind, after the deaths of 13 Israeli soldiers.
Aleen Sirgany has the latest.
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[SUPER=01-Dori Gold/Senior Advisor to Ariel Sharon;]
[SUPER=01-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News;]
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((
IN THE LARGEST SINGLE BLOW TO THE ISRAELI ARMY IN MORE THAN A YEAR AND A HALF OF FIGHTING, 13 SOLDIERS WERE KILLED WHEN THEY ENTERED A BOOBY TRAPPED BUILDING IN JENIN. THE REFUGEE CAMP THERE HAS BECOME A BLOODY BATTLE FIELD WHERE SOLDIERS MOVING HOUSE TO HOUSE HAVE DISCOVERED STORES OF WEAPONS AND BOMB MAKING MATERIALS.
ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER ARIEL SHARON SAYS THE OFFENSIVE WILL GO ON, DESPITE U.S DEMANDS FOR A CEASE FIRE. THE LATEST ATTACK COULD MAKE AN ALREADY CHALLENGING PEACE MISSION EVEN MORE COMPLICATED FOR SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL WHO ARRIVED IN CAIRO EARLIER TODAY.
COLIN POWELL/SECRETARY OF STATE "We believe the effect of the incursion throughout the Arab world and the rest of the world is very negative with respect to Israel's long-term interest." BUT PEACE SEEMS TO BE FAR FROM SIGHT. IN NABLUS, HEAVY FIGHTING CONTINUED AND EVEN AS ISRAELI SOLDIERS PULLED OUT OF TWO WEST BANK TOWNS, TANKS ROLLED INTO OTHERS. HANAN ASHRAWI/PALESTINIAN LEGISLATOR ""The army is not inside the towns but it is surrounding the towns, so they are still stranded." ORI GOLD/SENIOR ADVISOR TO ARIEL SHARON ""Israel is determined to complete this military mission in order to reduce the threat to it's civilians."
THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS PRESIDENT BUSH ISN'T SATISFIED WITH THE RECENT ISRAELI PULLOUT OF JUST TWO WEST BANK TOWNS AND WANTS TROOPS TO LEAVE ALL PALESTINIAN TERRITORY IMMEDIATELY. SIRGANY: SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL IS EXPECTED TO DELIVER THAT MESSAGE IN PERSON WHEN HE ARRIVES IN ISRAEL THURSDAY. POWELL SAYS HE WILL MEET WITH ARIEL SHARON AND WITH PALESTINIAN LEADER YASSER ARAFAT IN RAMALLAH. AS, CBS NEWS,WASH.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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Four associates of the man convicted in the 1993 World trade Center bombing- have been indicted- for allegedly supporting terrorism.
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One of those people is Lynne Stewart- the attorney for Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman (RAHK-man)
The Attorney General says she had unlawful communications with Abdel-Rahman during phone calls and prison visits.

John Ashcroft says those conversations with Stewart were translated and passed on to members of a radical Islamic Group.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The leader of Virginia's Republican party was indicted today on charges of illegally listening in on two Democratic conference calls.
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A Richmond grand jury charged Ed Matricardi with four felony counts of violating Virginia's wiretap laws.
Prosecutors say Matricardi obtained codes and dialed into two calls in which Democratic legislators, including the Governor, discussed strategy on the state redistricting case.
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((RANDALL JOHNSON, JR./ASST. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: HE DISSEMINATED THE CONTENTS OF THE RECORDING TO THIRD PARTIES AND DID SO KNOWING IT WAS ILLEGAL AND WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF ANY PARTY TO THE CALL.))
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Matricardi and his attorney declined to comment.
He was arraigned and released without bond.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Each count of monitoring a phone call without consent is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison.
Prosecutors left the door open to further charges ... saying conspirators COULD be prosecuted.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Coming up next on the newscast, we will see why new research shows drinking alcohol is putting college students at a greater risk than previously thought,
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And we'll see what allergy sufferers can do to help them get through this time of the year.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A new study on the drinking habits of college students is raising concern about the health of young people.
As Jim Acosta reports, thousands are killed, hurt or sexually abused each year all in the name of getting drunk.
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(((LOCATOR: FT. WORTH, TX)

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COLLEGE STUDENT LINDSEY SCHROEDER KNOWS THE DANGER OF BINGE DRINKING...

SOT: Lindsey Schroeder, TCU Freshman "Of course we're always told to be

careful. Always hold onto your drinks."

(nats of drinking)


...BECAUSE OF WHAT BINGE DRINKING DID TO ONE OF HER FRIENDS..

SOT: Lindsey again "One of my friends actually had the date rape drug

put in her drink. It was a scary situation."

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IT'S A SCARY SITUATION THAT FEDERAL RESEARCHERS WANT PARENTS -- COLLEGES AND STUDENTS TO CONFRONT HEAD-ON.

SOT: Mark Goldman, Ph.D, University of South Florida "Students are

going to be pressed by other students to get involved with drinking. They are going to learn how to say no."

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A NEW STUDY BY THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH REVEALS THAT COLLEGE STUDENT DRINKING LEADS TO SOME 14 HUNDRED DEATHS -- A HALF-MILLION INJURIES -- AND 70 THOUSAND SEXUAL ASSAULTS OR DATE RAPES EACH YEAR. IT ALSO FINDS THAT BINGE DRINKING -- SUCH AS CONSUMING FIVE OR MORE BEERS IN A ROW -- ACCOUNTS FOR 70 PERCENT OF CAMPUS DRINKING. 70 PERCENT.

SOT: Ralph Hingson, Sc.D, Lead Study Researcher "We believe that our

projections are conservative."

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THE RESULTS -- THE RESEARCHERS SAY -- PROVE THERE IS A CULTURE OF EXCESS BEHIND THE BUTTON-DOWN IMAGE OF HIGHER LEARNING.
JIM ACOSTA STAND-UP: "The study recommends that college students and administrators develop programs that stop binge drinking before it starts... and offer safe rides home from bars or parties. Researchers admit they still don't have all the data on just how well prevention works.
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY FRESHMAN CHRIS TAYLOR IS INVOLVED IN ONE CAMPUS PROGRAM -- LAUNCHED BY THE ADMINISTRATION -- THAT'S SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS.

SOT, CHRIS TAYLOR, FRESHMAN, "Like they're coming to us for solutions

cause we're actually dealing with it. They want to talk to us about it. (You're on the front lines.) Yeah, I'm trying.
...TRYING TO SHOW STUDENTS THAT -- WHEN IT COMES TO BINGE DRINKING -- A HANGOVER IS THE LAST OF THEIR WORRIES. JIM ACOSTA CBS NEWS FORT WORTH TEXAS.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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In health check tonight,
If you have the symptoms of a cold that don't seem to go away --you could be suffering from allergies.
This is the worst time of year for allergy sufferers.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more on what causes allergies.
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Jean, When many of us think of allergies we picture runny a nose, and itchy watery eyes.
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What's actually happening is the immune system is trying to fight off what it believes is a foreign substance. And because the body can't kill the pollen or other substance because it's not an infection you continue to stay sick.
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Allergy shots are the only way Barbara Garden is able to survive the beginning of Spring. This time of year her allergies go haywire.
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((THEY'RE STARTING TO GET REAL BAD YOU'RE CONGESTED ALL THE TIME YOU JUST FEEL AWFUL)) [RUNS04]
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((IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY THE SPRING IS THE KING OF ALLERGY SEASON)) [RUNS02]
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The reason -- early spring is tree pollen season --and then as we head into May and June grass pollen is the problem.

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((WE HAVE A LOT OF TREE POLLENS BECAUSE OF THE MOUNTAINS AND ALL THE TREES HERE, COUPLE OF THINGS AS THE TREES POLLINATE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE MOUNTAIN THEY CONTINUE TO POLLINATE UNTIL THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAINS AND THEN IT ALL RAINS DOWN ON US)) [RUNS15]
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Doctor Thomas Fame say there is a three point system for treating allergies.
First patients should try to avoid what's causing the reaction.
Second look to oral and nasal medications for relief.
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((WE HAVE CERTAIN MEDICATIONS THE BIG WAS BEING ANTIHISTAMINES WHICH HAVE BEEN AROUND FOR A LONG TIME WHICH HELP THEM SNEEZING, WATER, ITCHY EYES AND STUFF 53 AND THERE ARE SOME STEROID NASAL SPRAY THAT ANI-FLAMMATORY..THAT HELP THE INFLAMMATORY PROCESS)) [RUNS16]
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For those like Garden with severe allergy symptoms -allergy shots often help by teaching your immune system to ignore the allergen.))
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The only way to tell if you actually have allergies is to see a doctor for a skin test.
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Jean,

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A solemn day of mourning in England today- as Brits said farewell to the Queen Mum.
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Queen Elizabeth the Second, her son Prince Charles and many other royals took part in a centuries old burial service-
First Lady Laura Bush represented the United States.
The Archbishop of Canterbury eulogized the Queen Mum- making special note of her endless strength, dignity and laughter.
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Coming up next, Patrick Evans will have our detailed forecast,
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[VO] Also we will see what pushed the major stock markets lower today.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Coming up a little later in our newscast,
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[VO]
a local high school wins an award for producing a website that it says is very Bland.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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After spending much of the day in mixed territory, the stock markets went into retreat late today.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Good afternoon everybody - it has been a day like no other here at Your Hometown Station.
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Over the past 17 years Roy Stanley and I have shared a desk, a computer and whole lot of laughs. We've also shared Roy with you - the viewers, local athletes and coaches throughout the area. This afternoon we talked to some of the sports figures Roy touched over the years.
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[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Virginia Tech Head Coach; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jack Bogaczyk/Dazzle's Media Relations Manager; :37]
[SUPER=01-George Miller/William Fleming Principal; :58]
[SUPER=01-Page Moir/Roanoke College Head Coach; 1:16]
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[OUT Q=...good angle on things."]
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[5-Bland-Website]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=rca]
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A small Southwest Virginia high school is taking top honors in the state when it comes to technology.
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Students in an advanced web page design class at Bland High School have been awarded first place in Virginia for the creation of an internet site. The webpage is an online yearbook for the home of the rockets. Teacher Robbie Morehead says it took 20 juniors and seniors four to six weeks to complete the project...
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((ROBBIE MOREHEAD/BHS TEACHER; IT WAS A MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENT FOR OUR CLASS BECAUSE WE ENTERED JUST TO SORT OF HAVE A COMPARISON POINTY FOR OUR SITE TO LOOK AND SEE WHERE WE NEEDED TO BE THEN WE WON THIS AWARD.)) ((COREY MADDOX/BHS SENIOR; YOUR NAVIGATION BAR WILL STAND WITH YOU THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE SITE IT NEVER LEAVES AND THE FLASH DESIGNS, FLASH REALLY HELPED US NOBODY ELSE IN VIRGINIA'S GOT THE EASE OF NAVIGATION OR AS MUCH FLASH AS WE DO.))
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[SUPER=01-Corey Maddox/BHS Senior; :12]
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[OUT Q=FLASH AS WE DO.]
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This is the first year the web design class is being offered at Bland High School. Morehead says 16-new laptop computers were crucial in creating the site. You can link to the award winning webpage by visiting wdbj7.com
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