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Today on News 7, Interstate 77 is blocked for a few hours this morning after high winds blow over several tractor trailers.
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Plus the Secret Service tackles a man who jumped the White House fence.
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The high winds and bitterly cold temperatures are moving away as some slightly warmer weather builds in. I'll have your forecast.

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Also the state wants to put stricter control on companies that make short term, high interest rate loans.
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On Health Check, Joy Sutton will look at the number of sick children in local schools.
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Plus we will look at some of this year's SuperBowl commercials. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Traffic is blocked for hours on Interstate 77 as truckers are blown away by the weather.
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Powerful winds led to a series of tractor-trailer accidents this morning on Interstate-77 in Carroll County.
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State police say 100-mile-per-hour winds blew over five tractor-trailers around six this morning, shutting down part of the northbound side for about seven hours.
Officials say all of the trucks were either empty or lightly loaded and were traveling at low-speed.
But, officials say accidents like these are not uncommon for that stretch of the highway.
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(( THIS IS THE PROBABLY THE TENTH NUMBER OF VEHICLES THAT I DEALT WITH, VEHICLES THAT HAVE BLOWN OVER SIMPLY FROM THE WINDY CONDITIONS HERE ON THE MOUNTAIN. 2:04))
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Officials say none of the drivers was seriously hurt.
They were taken to a hospital in Mount Airy, North Carolina for minor scrapes and bruises.
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The Elliston and Shawsville communities are grieving after a traffic accident kills three residents and leaves a fourth injured.
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Police say 47- year old Joyce Poff lost control of the family van and was struck by a tractor trailer on Interstate 81 in Kingsport, Tennessee yesterday. Poff and her 17- year old son, Joey Mendez were killed. Her other son, 21- year old Travis Poff survived with minor injuries. A friend who was traveling with the family was also killed. Police say 18- year old Brad Dickerson died at the scene. Dickerson was a senior at Eastern Montgomery High school-- where Joey was a sophomore.
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((AS A PRINCIPAL IT IS ALWAYS SO HARD WHEN YOU LOSE STUDENTS THAT YOU REALLY HAVE GROWN AND BECOME ATTACHED TO AND CERTAINLY IN THIS SITUATION HERE THESE ARE YOUNG MEN THAT WE GOT VERY CLOSE TO HERE AT SCHOOL. ))
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According to friends, the family was in Tennessee on vacation and they were on their way back to Virginia when the accident happened.
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Early indications are Saddam Hussein will get a satisfactory grade when a key progress report is released Monday.


Stacy Case tells us what effect this may have on the Administrations tough talk of war.
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(( SADDAM HUSSEIN WILL GET A "B." THE HEAD OF THE U-N NUCLEAR AGENCY SAYS BAGHDAD'S BEEN COOPERATIVE, BUT NEEDS TO DO BETTER.
CHIEF WEAPONS INSPECTOR HANS BLIX WILL DELIVER THAT LONG AWAITED PROGRESS REPORT TO THE UNITED NATIONS MONDAY.
SUPER:JOHN BOLTON/UNDER-SECRETARY OF STATE we have very convincing evidence that Iraq maintains an extensive program for the production and weaponization of weapons of mass destruction.
TRACK: AND THAT STANDARD U-S MESSAGE MAY BE MET WITH CONTRADICTION MONDAY
REPORTS SAY INSPECTORS HAVE TURNED UP FEW OF THE THOUSANDS OF WEAPONS THE WHITE HOUSE INSISTS HUSSEIN HAS. GIVING INTO PRESSURE FROM ITS ALLIES, THERE'S LATE WORD TODAY PRESIDENT BUSH COULD BE CONSIDERING GIVING INSPECTORS MORE TIME.
SUPER:ARI FLEISCHER/WHITE HOUSE SPOKESPERSON and make no mistake. he will listen. he will consult, but he will lead
SUPER: JOSCHKA FISCHER/GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER we are together concerned about the risks that will lie in military action.
TRACK: THE MAJOR POINT OF CONTENTION RIGHT NOW CENTERS AROUND IRAQI SCIENTISTS. THEY REFUSE TO BE QUESTIONED PRIVATELY BY INSPECTORS. THE U-S CLAIMS SADDAM HAS THREATENED THEM WITH DEATH.
STAND UP: STACY CASE/REPORTING
THE NUCLEAR AGENCY CHIEF SAYS HE'LL CONTINUE TO PRESSURE BAGHDAD TO ENCOURAGE IT'S SCIENTISTS TO TALK. MEANTIME, U-S INTELLIGENCE SHOWS SADDAM'S FORCES ARE ALREADY PREPARING TO DESTROY IRAQI OIL WELLS IF THE BOMBS DROP. SC, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON ))


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It could be part of the U-S preparations for war in Iraq.
Americans who are living or traveling abroad are given notice- be ready for emergency situations, including political unrest or terrorism.
The word comes today from the State Department.
Officials say it is just a type of advisory that goes out from time to time.
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Meanwhile when it comes to safety on the homefront- America has new leader.
Tom Ridge is now officially the first Secretary of Homeland Security.
The Former Pennsyvlania Governor took the oath of office at a swearing in ceremony today.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: THE DEPARTMENT WILL ANALYZE THREATS, GUARD OUR BORDERS AND AIRPORTS, SAFEGUARD CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND COORDINATE THE RESPONSE OF OUR NATION TO FUTURE EMERGENCIES.))
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The new department includes security related agencies such as Customs, Transportation Security, Immigration and Naturalization and FEMA- the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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A man tried to get into the White House this morning by mingling with the media, but Secret Service Agents immediately stopped him.
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The man was wearing a baseball cap and carrying a backpack. He snuck in behind a visitor and then jumped an interior fence.
Within seconds Secret Service Agents captured the intruder
A Secret Service Spokesman says the man is being questioned.
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Coming up next today on HealthCheck, doctors hope a new drug under evaluation may treat sufferers with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
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Plus a doctor will have some advice to keep the flu away from children.
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A local lawmaker is trying to lend a hand to consumers who use so-called payday lenders.
Montgomery County Delegate Dave Nutter says they seem to be springing up everywhere, businesses offering short term loans for those in need of cash who can't wait until payday.
Nutter says the problem with these loans is that interest rates can run as high as 350 percent.
So he wants payday lenders to prominently display their annual interest rates.
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((DELEGATE DAVE NUTTER/R-MONTGOMERY COUNTY: WHAT MY BILL DOES IS WILL REQUIRE THEM IN ADVERTISEMENTS EITHER IN TV, RADIO OR PRINT MEDIA TO SHOW THE APR ON THE ADS SO THAT PEOPLE UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY'RE BUYING INTO.))
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A House Committee recently approved the legislation.
The bill also has support from the AARP, the Virginia Poverty Law Center and Virginia Citizens Consumer Council.

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In health check tonight,
For some kids it's not just snow and cold keeping them out school this week, but illness as well.
Local Pediatricians say their offices have been flooded with sick kids suffering with a range of illnesses.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details
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Jean,
For many parents if their child hasn't been sick already this year they've come in contact with some kid at school who has.
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But there are things that parents can do to reduce their child's risk.
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Just ask six year old Phillip Robertson and he'll tell you that he and his brother aren't the only ones at school that are not feeling well.
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((ONE OF THEM IN MY CLASS HAD A HEADACHE AND HAD TO LEAVE AND ONE OF THEM STOMACH WAS HURTING AND HE HAD TO LEAVE AT LUNCH)) [RUNS12]
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Pediatrician John Moore says parents should be aware there's a lot of sickness going around.
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((OVER THE LAST WEEK OR SO WE'VE SEEN AN INCREDIBLE INCREASE IN THE AMOUNT OF ILLNESSES. WE'VE SEEN A LOT OF STREP, OTHER DIFFERENT TYPES OF VIRUSES, INFLUENZA, RSV. THE MOST COMMON WE'RE IN OUR OFFICE RIGHT NOW IS AN OUTBREAK OF THE INFLUENZA)) [RUNS14]
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Doctor Moore recommends the following things to prevent illness. First make sure they wash their hands often. Get more Vitamin C in their diet either through juice or supplements. And encourage your child not to drink after others.
Five year old Sam Salzano has been out of school for a week with the flu, and now that he's finally getting over it he has an ear infection.
Moore says that's very common.
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((WITH THE FLU WE'RE SEEING DOES TEND TO SET THE STAGE FOR OTHER SECONDARY INFECTIONS TO COME ALONG LIKE EAR INFECTIONS, BRONCHITIS, OR WALKING PNEUMONIA)) [RUNS09]
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Sam's mom says she wishes her soon would've taken the flu shot.
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If your child does become sick Moore says make sure he or she drinks plenty of fluid, get lots of rests, and try to get the fever to go down with a luke warm bath or Tylenol.
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Jean,

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If you're always tired you may want to muster up the energy to watch this next story.
Researchers are now testing a new drug for people suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Dr. Mallika Marshall has more.
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(((NAT) THIS INTRAVENOUS LINE HAS TURNED INTO JOAN FRIEDMAN'S LIFELINE. BACK IN 19-94 SHE GOT WHAT SHE THOUGHT WAS A BAD FLU.BUT SHE NEVER RECOVERED. SHE HAD DEVELOPED WHAT WE NOW KNOW AS CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME.

SOT: JOAN FRIEDMAN/AMPLIGEN PATIENT

YOU HAVE COMPLETE LOSS OF YOUR FORMER LIFE. AT WORST YOU ARE REDUCED TO A HOMEBOUND INVALID WHO IS VERY SCRAMBLED.
YET TODAY--JOAN IS VERY ARTICULATE... CAN STUDYAND GET AROUND TOWN BY HERSELFSOMETHING UNHEARD OF 3-YEARS AGO. BACK THEN SHE HAD SUNK SO LOW..SHE HAD SEVERE DEMENTIA.
THE EXPERIMENTAL DRUG AMPLIGEN -- SHE SAYS-HAS REVERSED ALL THAT.

SOT: DR. RICHARD PODELL/CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME SPECIALIST

IT SEEMS TO CORRECT CERTAIN SUBTLE METABOLIC ABNORMALITIES THAT ARE SEEN WITH THE PEOPLE IN CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME.
NO ONE IS SURE EXACTLY WHAT CAUSES C-F-S BUT MANY SCIENTISTS BELIEVE IT BEGINS WITH A VIRUS OR ANOTHER TRAUMATIC CONDITION.

SOT: DR. PODELL

THE STUDIES SEEMS TO SUGGEST THAT THE PEOPLE WHO ARE MORE VULNERABLE ARE THOSE PEOPLE THAT ARE DOING A LOT PHYSICALLY, A LOT MENTALLY. THEY ARE SO NEAR THE EDGE- THE VIRUS COULD BE THE STRAW THAT BREAKS THE CAMEL'S BACK.
SOME PEOPLE GET THE C-F-S' EXHAUSTION FOR JUST A FEW MONTHS. BUT IF THE SYMPTOMS PERSIST FOR 6 OR MORE MONTHS-AND THEY SEEM TO HAVE A TOUGHER TIME RECOVERING -- LIKE JOAN -- IT can take ALMOST A YEAR TO SEE REAL RESULTS FROM THE AMPLIGEN.

SOT: JOAN

GETTING RID OF DEMENTIA-EVEN IF AMPLIGEN DID NOTHING ELSE -WOULD BE WELL WORTH THE MONEY, THE NEEDLE STICKS AND THE COMMUTING.
IT WILL LIKELY BE ABOUT A YEAR AND A HALF BEFORE THE FINAL STUDY ON AMPLIGEN IS COMPLETE. THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL ESTIMATES 500-THOUSAND AMERICANS ARE SUFFERING FROM CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME. DR. MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, Leo will let us know when we can expect some warmer temperatures.
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[VO] and in Sports, Mike Stevens will catch up with the winner of last year's Daytona 500, South Boston native Ward Burton.


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The stock markets took some big hits today. We'll have the final numbers for the week in our Marketwatch report.


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Warm hearts and wine may have been the only thing toasty at one couples wedding ... we'll explain after the break -


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On Wall Street today, concerns for an impending war led to sharp sell-off sending stocks lower for a second straight week. Ed Crane has more.
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Talk about getting cold feet walking down the aisle.
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A Missouri couple tied the knot on an ice rink last night. And you know what they say about a man in uniform - while the bride wore white, the groom chose a full hockey uniform. The groom's teammates were suited up as well for the icy ceremony. Family and friends watched from the bench and on the ice. The newlyweds left the rink to a hockey stick salute and afterwards the groom and his team slapped the puck around while the guests mingled and ate.
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Most of the Winston Cup race shops are centered around the Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte. But tonight, our travels on the NASCAR media tour take us to Thomasville and Bill Davis Racing.
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Tech is back on the Cassell floor tomorrow against Saint John's at 2pm.
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Tech will be gunning for its third straight victory and its second Big East win of the season. Tuesday's win over Virginia more than prepared the Hokies for the Red Storm that will hit Blacksburg this weekend.
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The 27th Big Orange wrestling tournament began today.
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16 teams from Fort Defiance to Pulaski rolled out the mats at William Byrd for the two day tournament.
Christiansburg is the favorite but Byrd and Botetourt have undefeated wrestlers.
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More on the Big orange and words from Ronde Barber and his mom on the super bowl at six.[5-Bowl-Ads]


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Why do you watch the Super Bowl? Is it for the game or what comes on in between. Jennifer Miller takes a look at this year's crop of Super Bowl commericals.
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(( "Nice shot ... huh!"
IT'S THE GAME WITHIN THE GAME ... THE SUPER BOWL OF MADISON AVENUE. THIS YEAR, MORE FOOTBALL FANS THAN EVER WILL TUNE IN NOT FOR THE TACKLES .... BUT THE TIME-OUTS IN BETWEEN.
NATS OF VISA AD "Yo, Yao, Yo, Yao."
VISA IS BANKING ON THE N-B-A'S LATEST FOREIGN IMPORT TO MAKE PEOPLE LAUGH AND REMEMBER. ADVERTISERS SAY THIS IS THE YEAR OF THE ANIMAL.
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BUT ONE OF THE MOST-TALKED ABOUT COMMERCIALS COMES FROM PEPSI ... AND THE OSBOURNES.

(NATS OF PEPSI/OSBOURNES ... and we're not the Osbournes ... we're the

Osmonds." )
COMPANIES WILL SPEND UP TO TWO-POINT-TWO MILLION DOLLARS ON THE MOST EXPENSIVE 30-SECONDS SALES PITCH OF THE YEAR. ADVERTISING GURU JERRY DELLA FEMINA SAYS IT'S A HIGH STAKES GAME ... WHERE MARKETING CAREERS ARE WON ... AND LOST.
JERRY DELLA FEMINA/Chairman,Della Femina, Rothschild, Jeary Advertising
"I'm going to have a super bowl party, people are actualy going to there judging the commercials, it's the one time of the year where consumers actually judge commercials."

NAT SOT BUDLIGHT SPOT

"And now the toughest leg of the strong man competition."
STANDUP: THE FUNNIEST ADS ARE USUALLY THE MOST MEMORABLE ... SO MEMORABLE IT'S EXPECTED 35-PERCENT OF VIEWERS WILL TALK ABOUT THEM THE NEXT DAY.

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AND YEARS DOWN THE ROAD, THEY WILL NOT ONLY REMEMBER WHO WON THE GAME.. BUT THE SPOT THAT STOLE THEIR HEARTS. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK))

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