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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
The roads are already covered with ice, and some areas have snow, but it's not over... We'll have more in just a minute.
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Millions of people across the globe are protesting war against Iraq... and some are here in our backyard. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[Winter-Wx]


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We've heard from the experts.
It's now time to get a firsthand account.
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Justin McLeod joins us now live in Roanoke with an update on road conditions. Justin?
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[NY-Protests]


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As war with Iraq looms larger, millions of people around the nation and the world are voicing their disapproval.
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The largest protest took place in New York yesterday.
An estimated crowd of nearly half a million people stretched for 20 blocks.
They carried signs that read "No Blood for Oil" and "Get the warheads out of D.C."
Despite some scuffles between protesters and police, for the most part it was a peaceful protest.
In all, there were few injuries and about 50 arrests.
Charles Richardson and his wife held posters with a picture of their son who's now awaiting war in the Persian Gulf.
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[IN Q=Well, we think the best thing]
[SOT 5:07:31]

((CHARLES RICHARDSON: WELL, WE THINK THE BEST THING WE CAN DO FOR JOE AND THE OTHER SOLDIERS OUT THERE IS TO GET THEM HOME AND NOT LET THEM BE SENT INTO BATTLE FOR A WAR THAT IS UNJUST AND UNNECESSARY.))
[SOT 5:08:29]

((SHELDON GINSBERG/DEMONSTRATOR: I JUST THOUGHT IT WAS TIME TO DO SOMETHING I JUST CAN'T SIT HOME AND WATCH THIS ON TV AND NOT BE PART OF IT.))
[SUPER=01-Charles Richardson/Demonstrator; :00]
[SUPER=01-Sheldon Ginsberg/Demonstrator; :12 QUICK!]
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[OUT Q=not be part of it.]
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[VO-NAT]
Anti-war demonstrations went on from Maine to Hawaii, and Texas to Minnesota.


Australia, London and Rome also had demonstrators turn out in large numbers.
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Area residents were also taking a stand this weekend - both for and against the possible war.
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A crowd of more than three hundred gathered yesterday at Blacksburg's town hall for "A Call to Action" peace rally.
They were there to speak out against a possible war with Iraq.
Similar events also took place across the country and around the world.
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((JANE GOETTE/PEACE RALLY ORGANIZER: I THINK WHETHER OR NOT WE'RE HEARD WE'RE DOING THE RIGHT THING AS AMERICANS, THIS IS OUR DEMOCRATIC RIGHT AND OBLIGATION, WE ARE THE PEOPLE, THIS IS OUR GOVERNMENT AND WE HAVE EVERY RIGHT AND RESPONSIBILITY TO SPEAK OUT WHEN WE FEAR OUR NATION IS GOING IN THE WRONG DIRECTION.))
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A small group of about ten gathered across the street as part of a counter demonstration in support of war with Iraq.
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((BEAU CORRELL/SUPPORTS WAR: WE'RE OUT HERE BECAUSE WE THINK THAT ONE OF THE VOICES IN THIS DISCUSSION IS BEING IGNORED, THE SIDE THAT AGREES THE ADMINISTRATION, AGREES WITH THE IRAQI PEOPLE AND WE BELIEVE THOSE VOICES SHOULD BE HEARD IN THIS COMMUNITY.))
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[OUT Q=in this community]
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The peace rally ended with a march through the streets of downtown Blacksburg and a vigil at the post office.
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And in Roanoke, about fifty people gathered at Lee Plaza to protest the possible war.
The group held signs and heard from a number of religious and political speakers.
Some of the people were passing around petitions.
They're asking Roanoke city council to pass a resolution against the war.
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Time is up for a local high school basketball coach who must now take his battle to a different front.
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Jack Esworthy coaches the boy's basketball team at Patrick Henry High School.
He is also in the army reserves, which was called up for active duty several weeks ago.
His commander agreed to allow him to stay here so he could coach the team until the end of the season.
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((JACK ESWORTHY/BASKETBALL COACH: THEY'RE IN THE DARK A LITTLE BIT. THEY'RE TEENAGE BOYS. THEY DON'T SEE THE WHOLE BIG PICTURE SO. THE QUESTIONS THEY WANT TO KNOW IS COACH ARE YOU GOING TO BE THERE WEDNESDAY NIGHT COACH ARE YOU GOING TO BE PRACTICE AND AS LONG AS I CAN KEEP ANSWERING THEM YEAH THEY'LL BE ALRIGHT.))
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Esworthy oversaw his last regular season game on Friday.
Before the match-up, the school honored the coach for his service to his team and country.
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((WOODY DEANS/ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: WE ARE AWFULLY PROUD OF JACK ESWORTHY FOR HIS PATRIOTISM NOT ONLY AS A PATRICK HENRY PATRIOT BUT ALSO AS A UNITED STATES CITIZEN PATRIOT AS WELL.))
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[OUT Q=patriot as well]
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Esworthy's service at Fort Eustis could last up to a year.
His assistants will take over until he can return.
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[WRITER=jen]
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[BOTH MICS HOT] When will the winter weather end? - Brent has your full forecast coming up -
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And a little later -
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There's something fishy abut the town of Troutville - but surprisingly its not the name.
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[Health-Review]


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In health review,
The FDA wants to put warning labels on some over-the-counter contraceptives.
And Curves for Women says its customers are proof that you don't have to spend hours in the gym to get in shape.
Joy Sutton has details..
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(( The F-D-A is considering warning labels for condoms and other over-the-counter contraceptives that contain non-oxynol-9.
Several studies have show that the spermicide may actually increase your risk of getting a sexually transmitted disease.
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((NONOXYNOL-9 SEEMS TO ACT AS AN IRRITANT TO THE TISSUE IN THE GENITAL AREA FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN AND ANY TIME THERE'S AN IRRITATION THAT INCREASES YOUR RISK FOR INFECTION. THAT'S JUST LIKE HAVING A CUT ON YOUR FINGER THAT CUT CAN BE A MEANS FOR THE INFECTION TO ENTER THE BODY))
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The Roanoke Health Department says it no longer gives out the condoms to the public.
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In other health news,
Curves for Women offers women an alternative to the typical gym. There are no men, no weights or bulky equipment, and a total body workout can be completed in 30 minutes.
The system is based on circuit training where participants move to a different machine every 30 seconds.
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((KAREN MEZZA/CURVES FOR WOMEN:THE SYSTEM IS DESIGNED TO CHANGE FAT TO MUSCLE SO AS YOU GO AROUND THE CIRCUIT YOU'RE WORKING EVERY MAJOR MUSCLE GROUP IN YOUR BODY))
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The machines use hydraulic resistance, similar to doing movements in the water, so you can work opposite muscles at the same time. This is why the workout can be completed in 30 minutes.
Linda Hall says its easy to follow and a lot of fun.
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((LINDA HALL:IT'S TONED UP AND FIRMED UP. I'VE LOST 7 CLOTHES SIZES AN SO THAT WAS A BIG PLUS FOR ME, A SIZE 26 TO A 12))
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Curves says women only need to come 3 days a week to see a difference.
That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton
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[Your-Hometown]


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Today on "Your Hometown" we visit the town of Troutville in Botetourt county. Chartered in 1956, it's one of the youngest towns we've visited, but its history dates back to the late 1800's. But with the name like Troutville, the question that most visitors ask is: Where are the fish?
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[BOTH MICS HOT] Coming up in sports - The Hokies couldn't over come the Hoyas And
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The Cavalier's hopes for a three way tie may have been flying high - but so were the Blue Devils... We have the game highlights coming up.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning......
Ice and snow have already covered the region, but more is expected. We have details coming up.
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And international students cope with new security measures put in place to help prevent terrorism.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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U-S officials are telling Americans to prepare for terrorism -- but not to panic.
Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge says the terror threat remains high and applauds Americans who bought duct tape and emergency provisions.
But he also says no one needs to seal up their doors and windows.
The government's mixed messages are sending some Americans into a frenzy.
Randall Pinkston has more.
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((FULLSOT ( Randall) DID YOU BUY ALL OF THIS ? (Ed) Most of this we

already had

(VO#1) IN YONKERS, NEW YORK, ED AND IRENE GRENATO , LIKE MANY

AMERICANS, WERE ANXIOUS AND A BIT CONFUSED WHEN THE GOVERNMENT RAISED THE THREAT LEVEL TO ORANgE
CG :NAME/Ed Granato/(Screen RT)

(SOT: ED GRANATO)-They gave us little information, which I think caused

us to be more worried than we have been recently.

(VO#2) EVEN BEFORE THE WARNING, THE GRANATOS HAD A PANTRY FULL OF

EMERGENCY SUPPLIES ...

(SOT: IRENE ) This is for my piece of mind. I bought extra water..



(VO#3) BUT WHEN GOVERNMENT AGENCIES SUGGESTED EMERGENCY KITS ,

INCLUDING DUCT TAPE AND PLASTIC SHEETING, THE GRANATOS HESITATED..

(SOT: ED GRANATO ) There is a limit to what you should do . There is

certainly a minimum. But thEre is a limit and if you go past that, that's odd.

FULLSOT (customers in store )
( VO#4) ODD OR NOT, THE WARNINGS PROMPTED MILLIONS OF AMERICANS TO

SNAP UP PLASTIC SHEETING AND DUCT TAPE ... BUT BY WEEK'S END , THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION REALIZED SOME AMERICANS WERE OVER REACTING... AND HOMELAND SECURITY CHIEF TOM RIDGE TRIED TO EASE FEARS.
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(SOT: TOM RIDGE ) We do not want individuals or famlies to start

sealing their doors or their windows..

(VO#5) MIXED SIGNALS, SAY TERRORISM EXPERTS, COULD CAUSE PROBLEMS .



(SOT: JULIETTE KAYYEM/DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM-HARVARD UNIVERSITY)

There is a tremendous risk that government gets people unnerved and then we start to ignore the government over time.

(VO#6) BUT EXPERTS AGREE IT'S NOT A QUESTION OF if , BUT when

TERRORISTS WILL STRIKE AGAIN.. MAKING PSYCHOLOGICAL PREPARATION AS IMPORTANT AS IMPORTANT AS BEEFED UP SECURITY.

(SOT: PAUL BREMER/ CHAIR, NATIONAL COMMISSION ON TERRORISM ) We are

going to have to get used to it. We are going to have find the right balance in our own personal lives between security and freedom

(VO#7) THE GRANATOS KNOW THE LINE THEY WILL NOT CROSS.


CG :NAME/Irene Granato�(Screen Left)

(SOT: IRENE GRANATO ) There is no need to have that incredible fear.

"Tht is what terrorists want,is for us to have that fear ...

(VO#8- SHOW FAMILY PIX)) SEPARATING PREPAREDNESS FROM PARANOIA IS PART

OF THE LEARNING CURVE. THE WAR ON TERRORISM IS ALSO A WAR OF NERVES. RANDALL PINKSTON, CBS NEWS,, NEW YORK.>)

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The continuing worries over terrorism are hitting home for thousands of area college students .. most of them at Virginia Tech.
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More than 27-hundred international students attended a mandatory meeting to discuss new security measures enacted since September 11th.
The students learned details regarding a new federal database called the "Student and Exchange Visitor Information System" or SEVIS.
Any person in the U.S. on a student visa must now have a variety of information entered into that database including name, date of birth, and address here and abroad.
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((KIM BEISECKER/CRANWELL INTERNATIONAL CENTER DIRECTOR: THE NEW PROCEDURES INVOLVE INS BEING COMPUTERIZED AND WE ARE NOW INTERACTIVE WITH INS SO THE INFORMATION THAT WAS PREVIOUSLY DONE ON PIECES OF PAPER ARE NOW DONE BY THE COMPUTER.))


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The usual student visa will soon be replaced with paper work that has a bar code.
Virginia Tech plans to hold another mass meeting on March 11th to actually collect the information for the SEVIS system.
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[BOTH MICS HOT] Coming up -
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An area rich in history is about to get a lesson all its own.
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It's an area that is loaded with history, and now one man will have to put all of that on paper. Rockbridge County is getting a new history, and Richard Lesko has the story.

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(( Retired VMI history professor Charles Bodie has long road ahead of him, condensing more two-hundred fifty years of Rockbridge County history into one book.
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((CHARLES BODIE/HISTORIAN; THERE'S SO MUCH HISTORY HERE, PEOPLE BREATHE HISTORY IN THIS AREA. ANYBODY WHO HAS PASSED THROUGH THE AREA ENCOUNTERS SO MUCH HISTORY, AND IT'S AN EXCITING PROJECT TO GET INTO.))
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Scores of household names called the area home or had ties to the county. The Natural Bridge sparked the interest of Thomas Jefferson so much that he bought the land. Cyrus McCormick spawned a new era in agriculture with the invention of the world's first successful mechanical reaper in 1831. However, take a look around and you'll see the influence of two generals who left an indelible mark on the area. Thomas J "Stonewall" Jackson lived in Lexington from 1851-1861, while he was a professor of Natural Philosophy and an instructor of artillery tactics at the Virginia Military Institute. Robert E. Lee made his first trip to Lexington after the trustees of then Washington College asked Lee to serve as president of the cash-strapped school in 1865.
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((CHARLES BODIE/HISTORIAN; THEY TURNED TO LEE TO REBUILD THE COLLEGE, TO USE HIS NAME AND REPUTATION IN PART TO FIND NEW FUNDING FOR THE SCHOOL. AND SO HE DID COME AT THE END OF THE WAR AND STAYED HERE UNTIL HE DIED IN 1870.))
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The last history of the area was written in 1920, now the Rockbridge Historical Society has commissioned Bodie to put pen to paper to update that work. The book will cover all aspects of the history, from the Scotch Irish immigrants who first settled the area, through the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, to desegregation and the present.
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[INQ=You get the impression...]

((CHARLES BODIE/HISTORIAN; YOU GET THE IMPRESSION WHEN YOU COME HERE THAT THERE WAS NO HISTORY BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR, AND MAYBE THAT'S WHEN IT ALL STARTED. PEOPLE FORGET THAT LEXINGTON IS NAMED AFTER LEXINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS, AND WE ARE IN A SENSE A PRODUCT OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, AND THAT'S OFTEN IGNORED.))
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Bodie says the project should take him about 5 years to complete, while new history is being made every day. Richard Lesko, News 7.))
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[BOTH MICS HOT] Coming up in sports - Dale Earnhart Junior is the favorite to win today's Daytona 500 after his swift Speed Week performance -
[ANCHOR=Brent]

But while "Little E" was earning his wins -
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Stacy Compton was feeling the heat as his hopes of winning the Koolerz 300 yesterday went up in flames. We'll explain after the break.
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