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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... D-N-A test results on remains found in North Carolina last week COULD come back as early as tomorrow -
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..And troops who have Yasser Arafat surrounded are expected to withdraw. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[ANCHOR=Joy]
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Officials may know as early as tomorrow if a partial skull found in North Carolina last week is that of Jennifer Short. Preliminary observations from the North Carolina Medical Examiner's office reveal the remains are consistent with Jennifers sex, race and age. Justin McLeod has more.
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[IN Q=Henry County investigators... ]
[SUPER=03-Rockingham Co., NC; :00]
[SUPER=01-Frank Cassell/Henry Co. Sheriff; :11]
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((((NAT SOUND OF INVESTIGATORS SEARCHING))
Henry County investigators spent all day Saturday in Rockingham County, North Carolina.
They were searching for clues in the Jennifer Short case.
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[IN Q=We're searching]

((FRANK CASSELL/HENRY CO. SHERIFF: WE'RE SEARCHING FOR MORE PARTS OF THE SKELETAL REMAINS OR CLOTHING OR DUMP SITE, ANYTHING WE CAN FIND TO GIVE US MORE INFORMATION.))
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[OUT Q=us more information]


Some surprising information came out Friday afternoon.
Rockingham County Sheriff Sam Page revealed the remains discovered earlier this week belong to a white female between the ages of 8 and 10.
The girl had shoulder length brown hair and has been dead for less than a year.
That description matches several characteristics of the missing Henry County girl. ((QUICK NAT SOUND OF SEARCHING))
So for now, investigators will continue their search here in Madison North Carolina located about 30 miles away from the Short home.
On Monday deputies plan to drain a nearby creek in hopes of finding more bone fragments.
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[IN Q=We're trying to find]

((FRANK CASSELL/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: WE'RE TRYING TO FIND WHAT I WOULD TERM THE DUMP SITE WHERE THIS BODY WAS EVENTUALLY PUT DOWN IN THE WOODS, IN THE CREEK, WHEREVER, HOPING TO FIND FORENSIC OF EVIDENCE AT THE SCENE.))
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[OUT Q=evidence at the scene]


It is evidence that could say for certain whether this is Jennifer Short, and if so who killed her and why.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Rockingham County, North Carolina.))

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Israel will soon withdraw its troops from Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's West Bank compound.
That's according to the Israeli army radio.
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They are about 200 Palestinians inside the compound, some are wanted by Israel on terrorist charges.
According to radio reports, Israel will allow those not on the wanted list to go home, but troops will remain close enough to arrest any militants who try to leave.
Israel believes about 50 militants are holed up inside Arafat's headquarters.
The U-S put pressure on Israeli to pull back its troops because the siege was hurting efforts to build support against Iraq.
Israel began its blockade on Arafat's compound after seven people were killed in Palestinian suicide bombings.
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Initial investigations into an explosion near an Afghan army compound indicate the blast was caused by an improvised explosive device placed in a drain.
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The explosion shattered windows but no one was seriously injured. Kabul's police chief says while he is not sure who is behind the blast, he suspects it could be al-Qaida terrorists, the Taliban or supporters of the former Afghan prime minister.
This comes less than a month after a car bomb killed 26 people in Kabul.
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[IMF-Protest]


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As world finance leaders wrap up in Washington, protesters prepare for another day of marches including one to the residence of Vice President Dick Cheney.
So far, more than 6-hundred demonstrators have been arrested. Joie Chen has details.
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[IN Q=It was a bried flare up]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC; :00]
[SUPER=01-Gordon Brown/International Monetary Fund; :39]
[SUPER=01-Paul O'Neill/Treasury Secretary; :55]
[SUPER=01-Clyde Prestowitz/Economist; 1:15]
[SUPER=01-Joie Chen/CBS News; 1:34]
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((
IT WAS A BRIEF FLAREUP AFTER A MOSTLY PEACEFUL DAY OF PROTEST. AFTER DEMONSTRATORS WERE PREVENTED FROM SURROUNDING THE OFFICES OF THE WORLD BANK AS THEY HOPED TO...SOME BURNED THE BANK IN EFFIGY IN A PARK A FEW BLOCKS AWAY.

THE CROWDS WERE SMALLER THAN PROMISED BY MARCH ORGANIZERS...BUT THEY VOICED LOUD AND OFTEN COLORFUL OPINIONS ON EVERYTHING FROM CORPORATE GREED....... TO ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES...TO PLANS FOR A WAR AGAINST IRAQ.

INSIDE ... FINANCIAL LEADERS GRAPPLED WITH A WORLD ECONOMY THAT IS SPUTTERING, AT BEST. AT DAY'S END THEY REACHED AN UNPRECEDENTED AGREEMENT TO ALLOW NATIONS WITH HIGH DEBT TO DECLARE BANKKRUPTY AND FORCE CREDITORS TO WORK OUT MORE LENINENT REPAYMENT TERMS.

SOT: GORDON BROWN/ INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

"WE AGREED ON A COMMON COURSE OF ACTION TO MAINTAIN THE CONDITIONS FOR STABILITY AND GROWTH IN THE WORLD ECONOMY."

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DELEGATES COMPLAINED THAT U.S IMPORTS ARE WAY TOO HIGH...AND AMERICAN CONSUMERS ARE BORROWING TOO MUCH. BUT TREASURY SECRETARY PAUL O'NEILL PAINTED A SURPRISINGLY ROSY PICTURE.

(O'NEILL)

this meeting is taking place in the context of a u-s economy that has no inflation and the lowest interest rates in 40 years and a year that is going to be the best ever in the united states for new home sales

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But many economists take a different view.

sot: clyde prestowitz


right now the whole world economy really kind of is dependent on americans refinancing their mortgages. Americans spend more than they earn so we go into debt in order to do all this buying and provide all this stimulus to the world economy.
on cam: And what happens if that spending bubble bursts? The world bank would like to see the United States import less and export MORE. But the U.S. Treasury Secretary is convinced this country is on the right path....and chided some of the "hand wringers" of the World Bank for painting too gloomy a picture. Joie Chen, CBS News, at the World Bank in Washington. ...))

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A local group used its annual celebration this weekend to express its opposition to the President's handling of Iraq.
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"Plowshares for Peace" held its seventh annual Peace Wave festival yesterday in Roanoke. Despite a recent downturn in fundraising, the group said it could NOT afford NOT to hold this year's event.
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[SOT 6:11:00 ]
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[OUT Q=terror for them.]
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Dees believes people across the country need to be asking their legislators some hard questions about international policy.
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Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning....... If you haven't been to the Craftsmen's classic yet this weekend... we'll show you why this is one festival you don't want to miss
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AND a little later
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History comes alive in a sleepy Virginia town... We'll take "Time Off" to explore....

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Civil War buffs are invited to get a unique perspective on the War Between the States by stopping by the sleepy community of Newbern this weekend. In this week's Time Off, Shannon Young takes a pit stop at the Wilderness Road Regional Museum.
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((Long before it was dedicated to chronicling local history, the Wilderness Road Regional Museum played several roles.
Named after the path leading from Philadelphia to the Cumberland Gap, the museum was built circa 1810 and served as a tavern, a post office and a family residence before being transformed into a place for the five chapters of the New River Historical Society to quite literally show their stuff.
[SOT 12:16:23-12:16:35]
[IN Q=It's a small trunk made out of some kind of animal skin.]

((SARA ZIMMERMAN/CURATOR: IT'S A SMALL TRUNK MADE OUT OF SOME KIND OF ANIMAL SKIN. I THINK IT RODE ON THE WAGON SEAT AS THE WAGONEERS WENT THROUGH.))
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[OUT Q=as the wagoneers went through.]

Floyd, Giles, Montgomery and Pulaski counties and the community of Radford each boast a room. Artifacts range from photographs, paintings and sculptures to clothing and antique furniture.
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[IN Q=Legend has it that Mary Ingalls...]

((SARA ZIMMERMAN: LEGEND HAS IT THAT MARY INGALLS OF "THE LONG ROAD HOME" FAME WAS BORN IN THIS BED IN PHILADELPHIA.))

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[OUT Q=born in this bed in Philadelphia.]


The house and grounds are also of historical significance. Aside from the main building, which is an incredible 99-feet long, there are several outbuildings, some of which needed serious help before they could be opened to the public.
[SOT 12:12:48-12:13:07]
[IN Q=The log kitchen was here in 1810 we think...]

((ANN BAILEY/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: THE LOG KITCHEN WAS HERE IN 1810, WE THINK, AND PARTIALLY BURNED. WE'VE BUILT IT BACK ON THE ORIGINAL FOUNDATION AND ORIGINAL CHIMNEY.))
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[OUT Q=and original chimney.]

There's also the former caretaker's cabin which, at one point, served as the Pulaski County Court judges' chambers after the courthouse burned down in the late 1890's. Today, however, the museum's focusing on an earlier era by holding a Civil War living history weekend. Members of the 4th U.S. Cavalry will be on hand to duplicate camp life and answer questions. They'll be backed up by displays...
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[IN Q=These are Civil War uniforms...]

((SARA ZIMMERMAN: THESE ARE CIVIL WAR UNIFORMS FROM HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEMBERS THAT LIVE IN FLOYD COUNTY.))
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[OUT Q=that live in Floyd County.]

The volunteers who keep this old house cozy hope you'll stop by and join the thousands of travelers who've navigated the Wilderness Road. Shannon Young, News 7, Newbern.))
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Living History Weekend continues through Sunday.
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[take webaddress 4472essC] For more information about the Wilderness Road Museum, log onto our website at wdbj7 dot com and click on News 7 Saturday and Sunday Morning.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... Officials are awaiting the D-N-A test results to see if remains found in North Carolina last week are Jennifer Short's ...
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Portions of a New York Subway are shut down... - for fear that a building near ground zero could collapse.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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A year after the World Trace Center attacks, a building a few blocks away from ground zero has to be torn down.
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Engineers believe structural damage to the 80- year- old building could have been caused by the attacks.
City officials decide to demolish the building after it appeared to be unsafe. Fear that the building would collapse before then also caused Subway service in some areas to be suspended.
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She was an unabashed feminist before feminism was popular... and she co-wrote a law that guarentees women equal opportunities in education. Garrett Kamemoto takes a look back at Patsy Mink's life and career.
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((
REPRESENTATIVE PATSY MINK HAD A REPUTATION AS BEING STRONG, TOUGH AND AGGRESSIVE... LIKE THE JAPANESE PINE OR MATSU...
<10:55 GARETT'S PROD TAPE> my fathers name was suematsu so he gave me the name matsu <11:02>

IN COLLEGE IN NEBRASKA-- SHE FOUND HERSELF IN SEGREGATED HOUSING... AND HELPED LEAD THE CHARGE TO CHANGE THAT POLICY.
SHE SERVED ON EVERY LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT... SHE WAS ELECTED TO THE TERRITORIAL AND STATE LEGISLATURE AND SERVED FROM THE LATE FIFTIES TO EARLY SIXTIES...
WHEN SHE WAS ELECTED TO THE U-S HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES IN 1964-- SHE BECAME THE FIRST ASIAN AMERICAN WOMAN TO SERVE IN CONGRESS...
HER PASSION WAS HELPING WOMEN AND MINORITIES SEEK EQUALITY... SO WHEN MATTEL MADE PRESIDENTIAL BARBIE DOLLS BUT OMITTED ASIAN AMERICANS... SHE SPOKE UP.
they think its just so far out that an asian would even think about president what they didn't realize is I patsy mink ran for president of the united states. <51:01>

SHE RAN IN 1972...AND ENTERED PRIMARIES IN WISCONSIN, MARYLAND AND OREGON BEFORE PULLING OUT OF THE RACE.
BUT SHE IS MOST WELL KNOWN FOR CO-AUTHORING A LAW DUBBED TITLE NINE... IT GUARANTEES WOMEN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES IN EDUCATION-- BUT IS MOST WELL KNOWN FOR HELPING EXPAND OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN IN SPORTS.
SHE TOOK AN EARLY STAND AGAINST THE VIETNAM WAR...
AND WRESTLED WITH THE DECISION TO ALLOW THE U-S TO GO TO WAR WITH IRAQ MORE THAN A DECADE AGO.
<3:42:14 SP 144> war is the final act of a nation that surrenders its future to violence by admitting it has lost its intellectual capacity to solve its problem through peaceful means I refuse to surrender my country's future to violence. <42:30>

EVEN WHEN SHE WAS OUT OF OFFICE SHE STILL TRIED TO SERVE THE PUBLIC... SHE FORMED THE PUBLIC REPORTER TO KEEP AN EYE ON THE STATE LEGISLATURE.
<4:43 GARETT'S PROD> I'm interested in politics its been my life long occupation you just don't turn it off. <4:49>

MINK ALWAYS SAID SHE WAS A VERY PRIVATE PERSON DESPITE HER PUBLIC PERSONA...
<12:05 GARETT'S PROD> I would not do this except in a campaign. when you're in elective office people expect you to do what I do today all the time but I can't I just can't do it. <12:16>

BUT MOST WILL REMEMBER HER OUTER TOUGHNESS... HER SUPPORT FOR WORKERS AND UNIONS AND WILLINGNESS TO SAY WHAT SHE FELT... EVEN IF IT WAS UNPOPULAR.
PATSY TAKEMOTO MINK WAS 74. ))

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That was Garrett Kamemoto reporting.

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[BOTH MICS HOT] An experimental procedure could fight breast cancer before it develops in high risk women... We have that story coming up...
[ANCHOR=Brent]

And
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By land, sea... or rock this guy has a need for speed... and we'll meet him a little later on News 7 Sunday Morning...
But first if you are traveling today........ [Brent ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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[Ductile-Lavage]


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Doctors are now using an experimental procedure to find breast cancer cells in high risk women BEFORE a tumor is formed. Right now - there are a hundred medical centers nationwide that use the ductile lavage procedure... Peggy (PEEK-oh) Pico gives us a look at how it works.
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[SUPER=01-Leslie Kirkpatrick/Patient; :14]
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(( "That burns-yea, that'll burn" LESLIE KIRKPATRICK IS UNDERGOING A UNIQUE 20 MINUTE PROCEDURE THAT MAY FIND ABNORMAL OR PRE-CANCEROUS BREAST CELLS BEFORE A LUMP FORMS. Leslie Kirkpatrick/DUCTAL LAVAGE PATIENT
(35:43-49/ I've done it once and had abnormal cells, but I'm not too

worried because tests aren't always perfect. ) THE DUCTAL LAVAGE IS DIFFERENT FROM A BIOPSY IN THAT FLUID AND BREAST CELLS ARE WITHDRAWN DIRECTLY FROM THE MILK DUCT. SIMILAR TO THE TESTING OF PAP SMEAR CELLS- DOCTORS LOOK AT THIS FLUID..FOR ABNORMALITIES THAT MAY SIGNAL PRECANCEROUS CHANGES. Dr. David Euhus/Cancer Specialist, UT Southwestern Med. Center
(19:23:50-24:03/ It's a way of looking at the very individual features

of each woman's breasts.. it's not for everyone) Peggy Pico/Reporting
(Unlike a pap smear which can test all women for cervical cancer cells-

lavage can only be used on high risk women- but if abnormal duct cells are found- it increases a woman's risk factor of developing breast cancer by five times that of the average population)
( 19:21-27/ For instance women who've had a strong family history,

breast cancer or a worrisome biopsy.. ) ARE GOOD CANDIDATES FOR THE THOUSAND DOLLAR TEST. BUT, BECAUSE THE SAMPLES ARE TAKEN FROM ONLY TWO OUT OF A WOMAN'S POSSIBLE 32 MILK DUCTS .. THE RESULTS CAN BE UNRELIABLE.
(19:22:06-10/ We don't know how often it misses or even catches cancer

cells ) STILL, FOR WOMEN LIKE LESLIE, WHOSE SISTER DIED FROM BREAST CANCER - IT CAN OFFER SOME GUIDANCE.
(36:34-38/So, it's mainly precautionary, but my sister was my age when

she died) THE ADVANTAGE TO THIS PROCEDURE IS PREVENTION. BASED ON THE RESULTS, LESLIE AND PATIENTS LIKE HER.. CAN FOLLOW UP WITH MORE AGRESSIVE TREATMENTS TO STOP CANCER IN IT'S EARLIEST STAGES. . PEGGY PICO REPORTING FOR CBS NEWS. ))
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The spirit of unity came alive this weekend in downtown Roanoke.
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More than ten-thousand people attended the 13th annual Henry Street Heritage Festival at Elmwood Park.
The event celebrates the African American culture through performing arts, ethnic foods, and children's activities.
Proceeds from the festival help benefit the Harrison Museum of African American Culture.
Yesterday's event raised several thousand dollars.
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[Adventure-Racer]


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A local man is in search of endorphins this weekend...
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Ronny Angell is competing in a West Virginia adventure race with biking, hiking, canoeing and rock climbing. "Endorphin Fix" is billed as the toughest two-day race in the country. The Roanoke resident trains over 30-hours a week to prepare. The race requires him to carry about 30-pounds of gear and find his own water.
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[SOT 33:43:08]
[IN Q=it makes]

((RONNY ANGELL/ADVENTURE RACER; IT MAKES ME A STRONGER PERSON ALL AROUND HELPS ME WITH MY JOB I CAN RELATE EVERYTHING BACK TO AN ADVENTURE RACE I'M OUT THERE ITS TOUGH, POURING DOWN RAIN, I'M FREEZING WHAT AM I DOING OUT HERE I STILL PUSH MYSELF GO ON AND ON AND ON AND IT RELATES TO WORK YOU HAVE A BAD DAY ITS TOUGH YOUR JOB IS TOUGH WORKING ON YOU YOU GET THROUGH IT LIKE IT WAS AN ADVENTURE RACE.))
[SUPER=01-Ronny Angell/Adventure Racer;]
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[OUT Q=ADVENTURE RACE.]
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By trade Angell is a welder and mechanic, he calls adventure racing his second job. This weekend's race is his 13th in four years. He says his favorite aspect of it is training out in nature.
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News 7 at 6 is will not be on tonight due to sports coverage... be sure to tune in tonight for News 7 at 11. [ANCHOR=Joy 2-SHOT]