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A North Carolina Sheriff releases the latest information on a child's body found in North Carolina. The details are straight ahead.
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And in Franklin County .. a woman's body found in a burned out car is identified.
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A Senator running for re-election is ready to pull out of the race. An announcement is expected within minutes.
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And the Pentagon releases new video .. backing its claim that Saddam Hussein is out to get us.
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And we'll show you a new way to teach children about dangers they might face .. without getting them scared. [open]
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((SAM PAGE: RIGHT NOW WE'RE IN A WAITING GAME BUT HOPEFULLY IN THE NEXT DAY OR SO WE WILL HAVE THAT INFORMATION.))
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It may be several more days before we know whether remains found in Rockingham County North Carolina are that of Jennifer Short.
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At a press conference that wrapped a short time ago, investigators revealed dental records show the remains are that of a nine year old white female.
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But the Rockingham County Sheriff is reluctant to say the remains are those of the missing Henry County girl.
Sam Page says D-N-A testing should say that definetely and those results should be in within a day or so.
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The Associated Press is reporting the North Carolina Medical Examiner's Office says the remains found in the woods near Stoneville are those of a young child who was shot once in the head.
Rockingham County Sheriff Sam Page would not confirm that report.
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Henry County officers joined investigators in North Carolina again today .. as they expanded their search of the area where dogs discovered human remains last Wednesday.
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Joe Dashiell is at the Henry County Sheriff's office with more on that side of the story.
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((ROLLCUE:...primary focus of the Short investigation.))
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The body of a Franklin County woman was found in the back seat of a burned out car over the weekend.
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The car was in a field off Timber Ridge Road in the Glade Hill area of the county. Authorities BELIEVE it was 37- year old Lori Metts Hodges Boyd, a "Special Ed teacher's aide" at Franklin County High School and county school bus driver. Boyd has four children of her own, ranging in age from nine to 14. So far authorities haven't been able to positively identify the remians or determine how the woman died. The sheriff is still waiting for autopsy results.
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Senator Robert Torricelli is telling colleagues that he'll drop out of the race for re-election.
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He is about to hold a news conference at which time he will make his decision public .. and official.
The New Jersey senator hoped to be reelected- those hopes have been severely damaged by an ethics controversy. And Democrats have been pressuring him to step down .. in hopes of preserving their party's slim majority in the Senate.
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The first test that Saddam Hussein may cooperate with the world community came today ... when U.N. weapons inspectors met with Iraqi officials in Vienna. But the Pentagon has unveiled once-classified video that, it says, shows Iraq's total disregard for U-N rules. Correspondent Teri Okita brings us the latest from Washington.
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((TRACK: CALLING IT PROOF THAT BAGHDAD CANT BE TRUSTED, THE PENTAGON RELEASED NEW PICTURES OF IRAQI FORCES ATTACKING U-S AND BRITISH WARPLANES PATROLLING NO-FLY ZONES. THE PENTAGON SAYS EACH MISSILE FIRED SHOWS IRAQS CONTEMPT FOR U-N RESOLUTIONS.

(Super: Donald Rumsfeld/Defense Secretary)
SOT: It bothers me that our crews are getting fired at, day after day

after day, without impunity going after the people etc. etc.
TRACK: BAGHDAD SAYS IT WILL ALLOW UNRESTRICTED ACCESS WHEN U-N WEAPONS INSPECTORS FINALLY GO BACK IN, BUT RUMSFELD CALLS THAT QUOTE - IRAQI REVISIONISM. HE SAYS SADDAM HUSSEIN CONTINUES TO PLACE CONDITIONS ON INSPECTIONS.
TRACK: BUT WEAPONS INSPECTORS ARE OPERATING UNDER THE ASSUMPTION THAT THEY WILL HAVE OPEN ACCESS AND ARE HAMMERING OUT DETAILS OF THEIR RETURN WITH IRAQI OFFICIALS IN VIENNA. THE INSPECTIONS TEAM LEADER HAD LITTLE "SPECIFIC" TO SAY AFTER THE FIRST ROUND OF TALKS.

(Super: Hans Blix/U.N. Weapons Inspector)
SOT: We have had a very full day of discussions, and we have completed

the first reading of all the practical arrangements we had identified.
TRACK: IN THE PAST, AT LEAST EIGHT OF SADDAMS SO-CALLED PRESIDENTIAL PALACES AND DOZENS OF OTHER SITES DEEMED SENSITIVE BY THE IRAQIS HAVE BEEN OFF-LIMITS TO INSPECTORS. THATS WHY THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION WANTS A NEW, TOUGHER U-N RESOLUTION ... THREATENING MILITARY ACTION IF IRAQ DOESN'T COMPLY.

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STANDUP: Iraqs deputy prime minister, Tariq Aziz, said again that his country was ready to cooperate with the U-N but he warned: any threat of war would bring danger to the entire mideast region. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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Still to come on the newscast, no more ships are coming in. The west coast docks are closed.
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[VO] And a new attempt to fight obesity in children .. we'll show you how it works.
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A bitter labor dispute has again shut down ports along America's West coast.
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Union longshoremen are locked out of their jobs indefinitely up and down the west coast-
Contract negotiations have stalled and now it's a battle of wills.
In Portland and Vancouver 800 dockworkers are locked out by the Pacific Maritime Association just hours after being told to return to work.
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((LEAL SUNDET/LONGSHOREMAN'S UNION: WELL THEY LOCKED US OUT EARLIER FOR 36 HOURS AND WE ANTICIPATED THEY MIGHT DO IT AGAIN." "THEY'VE BEEN PLAYING HARDBALL FOR THE PAST THREE YEARS, SO IT;S NOT UNEXPECTED FOR US." "AS I UNDERSTAND IT AT THIS POINT. WE'RE NOT EVEN CLOSE.))
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West Coast ports handle more than 300 billion in cargo over the past year- that cargo is now stalled.
The main points of this dispute- implementing new technology and whether that will mean the loss of union jobs.
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Ask most kids their favorite foods...and you're likely to hear pizza, french fries or candy.
Fruits and vegetables tend to be low or non-existent on the most popular list.
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But as Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton found a pilot program is hoping to change that.
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Jean, As many as one out every three kids is overweight.... and child hood obesity is a growing epidemic.
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It's a fat statistic that has the Virginia Department of Health and Virginia Cooperative Extension teaming up to find a way to make eating healthy more appealing.
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Say the word broccoli or any other vegetables..and most kids will go "yuk". But at the after school program at Burlington Elementary these kids are learning that eating vegetables is actually not that bad.
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That's what the program is hoping to do, keep these kids from getting fat by making healthier choices.
For the past week the children been playing with the Veggie kit. A kit developed as part of the "5 a Day for Child Care Providers".
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((DONNA PROCTOR: VIRGINIA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION AGENT: WE KNOW EATING FIVE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A DAY.. AND DECREASING THE INCIDENTS OF CHILDHOOD OVERWEIGHT WHICH SEEMS TO BE ON THE RISE IN YOUNG KIDS)) [RUNS08]
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And because many kids rarely eat five fruits and vegetables... the program hopes to change that by making vegetables fun.
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And these kids are finding out there are a lot of choices when it comes to vegetables.
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((HOW MANY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES WOULD YOU SAY THERE ARE OUT THERE... there are about 200-thousand))
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And while the kids many not like all of them ... organizers of the program say if they can at least get them to try them, there is a better chance they'll continue to eat them as they get older.))
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As part of the program, 11 veggie and fruits kits have been passed out to local day care providers. If the pilot program is a success, health officials hope to get grant money to make them available to more children in our area.
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Still to come on the newscast, stocks fall from the start. We'll see how they finish in our Marketwatch report.
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And a safety quiz you can take with your children. We'll show you how it works and where to learn more.
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[**ANCHOR TAG**] You can't be with your childen every waking moment .. and that's why it's important to teach them what to do in certain situations. A national organization devoted to keeping childen safe has put together a safety quiz. Lisa Black shows us how it works.
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(( WHETHER IT'S WALKING HOME FROM SCHOOL OR A FRIEND'S HOUSE, YOU CAN'T BE WITH YOUR KDIS ALL OF THE TIME.
THAT'S WHY IT'S IMPORTANT TO TEACH THEM WHAT TO DO IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS.
AGAIN.. WE REALIZE THIS RARELY HAPPENS, BUT WOULD YOUR KIDS KNOW HOW TO RESPOND TO A WOULD-BE ABDUCTOR?
HERE'S A QUICK QUIZ TO FIND OUT HOW PREPARED YOUR KIDS ARE.
OUR TEST BEGINS WITH THE WALK HOME FROM SCHOOL.
QUESTION NUMBER ONE: YOU'RE ON YOUR WAY HOME WHEN YOU NOTICE A CAR SLOWLY FOLLOWING YOU.
IT PULLS UP BESIDE YOU.
YOU DON'T RECOGNIZE THE CAR OR THE DRIVER.. WHAT DO YOU DO?

A. ASK WHAT THEY WANT.
B. TURN AND RUN IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION.
C. SEE IF THEY'LL GIVE YOU A RIDE HOME.

THE CORRECT ANSWER IS B. TURN AND RUN..

IT'S A LOT FASTER FOR A PERSON TO TURN AROUND THAN A CAR.. SO TAKE OFF.. AND DON'T LOOK BACK.

QUESTION NUMBER TWO.
YOU'RE OUT FOR A BIKE RIDE WHEN SOMEONE TRIES TO PULL YOU INTO HIS CAR.
WHAT DO YOU DO?
A. SCREAM AND HOLD ONTO YOUR BIKE. B. WALK AWAY FROM YOUR BIKE. C. TOSS YOUR BIKE AND RUN FOR IT.

THE ANSWER IS A.
ABDUCTORS DON'T WANT TO ATTRACT ATTENTION .. AND THEY DON'T WANT YOU TO BE DIFFICULT.
AND IT'S PRETTY DIFFICULT TO PUT A BIKE INTO A CAR DOOR SIDEWAYS.. SO HANG ON FOR DEAR LIFE.

QUESTION NUMBER THREE.
YOU'RE OUT PLAYING WHEN A CAR PULLS UP.
THE DRIVER TELLS YOU THERE'S BEEN AN ACCIDENT AND YOUR MOM NEEDS YOU..
WHAT DO YOU DO:
A. JUMP IN.. SECONDS COUNT WHEN A LOVED ONE NEEDS YOU. B. ASK FOR THE FAMILY PASSWORD. C. SCREAM AND RUN IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION.. D. BOTH B AND C.

THE ANSWER IS.. D.
REMEMBER.. YOUR FAMILY PROBABLY WOULND'T SEND A STRANGER TO FIND YOU IN AN EMERGENCY..
EVEN IF THEY SENT A FAMILY FRIEND.. ASK THEM FOR YOUR FAMILY'S SECRET PASSWORD..
SOMETIMES.. PEOPLE WHO DO BAD THINGS ARE PEOPLE WE ALREADY KNOW.
A PASSWORD WILL MAKE SURE THEY WERE SENT BY YOUR MOM OR DAD..

QUESTION NUMBER FOUR.
AN ABDUCTOR TELLS YOU TO GET IN THE CAR OR HE'LL SHOOT YOU.
WHAT DO YOU DO.
A. DO WHAT HE SAYS. YOU CAN'T FIGHT A GUN. B. TRY TO KNOCK THE GUN AWAY. C. SCREAM AND RUN..

THE ANSWER IS C.
IF YOU THINK THE SITUATION IS BAD OUTSIDE OF THE CAR,, IT WOULD BE MUCH WORSE INSIDE.
RUN AWAY AS FAST AS YOU CAN... SCREAMING AND RUNNING IN A CROOKED LINE.
THAT WAY HE DOES SHOOT.. HE'LL HAVE A TOUGH TIME HITTING YOU.
QUESTION NUMBER FIVE.
SOMEONE YOU DON'T KNOW ASKS YOU TO HELP FIND HIS LOST PUPPY. WHAT DO YOU DO?
A. GO WITH HIM TO FIND THE PUPPY. B. IGNORE HIM AND HOPE HE LEAVES YOU ALONE. OR C. RUN, YELL AND TELL.
THE ANSWER IS C. NO ADULT SHOULD HAVE TO ASK FOR HELP FROM A CHILD. AND EVEN IF HE BRIBES YOU WITH MONEY OR CANDY.. DON'T BELIEVE IT.. INSTEAD.. RUN AWAY AS FAST AS YOU CAN.. YELLING FOR HELP AND TELLING YOUR MOM AND DAD WHAT HAPPENED.

QUESTION NUMBER SIX. YOU'RE TRAPPED IN AN ABDUCTOR'S CAR.. AND THEY GET OUT.. WHAT CAN YOU PUT INTO THE CAR'S IGNITION TO JAM IT?
A. A SMALL BUTTON.. B. A NICKEL.. C. A FINGER.

THE ANSWER IS A..
A SMALL BUTTON IS USUALLY THE RIGHT SIZE TO JAM INTO WHERE THE KEY GOES.. PUSH THE BUTTON IN AS FAR AS POSSIBLE.
THE ABDUCTOR WON'T BE ABLE TO START THE CAR.. GIVING YOU ANOTHER CHANCE TO RUN FOR IT.))
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To find out more.. there's a web page with plenty of information. For a direct link, go to our home page at wdbj7-dot-com and click Websites in the News.
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The Cavs are now above 500 and look to improve on that this weekend. Mike Stevens will have more in our two minute ticker.
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And meet a barber and his brave customers who add new meaning to "Close Shave".
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On Wall Street today, stocks headed lower from the opening bell .. and never fully recovered.
Alexis Christoforous has our marketwatch report.
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The 3-and-2 Virginia Cavaliers are riding a three game winning streak. Steve Mason has more on the Wahoos as they prepare for Duke - it what will be their second trip down Tobacco road in as many weeks.
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And you can watch the Cavaliers this Saturday right here on WDBJ-7. Kickoff from Durham is set for Noon.

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And coming up tonight on News 7 at Six - this week's Tech 2002 report
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[GO TO PINNACLE 6051] will get us all up to date with former Hokies' coach Bill Dooley. At the age of 68 - he's still coaching, he's also on the mend from heart surgery. Be sure to join us for that tonight at the top of the hour.
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Finally ... meet a barber who is creative ..
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and has customers who must seemingly either be close relatives or quite brave. Ismail Akbaba is a barber in Turkey who makes each shave a lot more than routine. Sometimes he'll get out the razor standing on a basketball .. sometimes he'll use his mouth to run the razor .. and other times, his FEET do the work.
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