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Today on News 7, the recent peace in Israel is broken as 15 people are killed by a suicide bomber.
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Plus three important members of the U-N security council say they will not allow the U-S to use force in Iraq.
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Lots of moisture pushing up from the south. Expect rain later tonight and tomorrow. Forecast details coming up.

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A new study says aspirin may be an effective tool in the prevention of colon cancer.
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A longtime local businessman says high fuel prices could force him to close up.
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Plus concerns that a local minor league stadium will NOT be ready in time for the season. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Three key U-N security council members say they will not allow the use of force against Iraq-
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
France, Russia and Germany made that announcement today- while the U-S is accusing Saddam Hussein of manuevering to divide the council.
Teri Okita has the latest from Washington.
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FRANCE, RUSSIA, AND GERMANY ARE DRAWING A HARD-LINE AGAINST WAR IN IRAQ WARNING THEY WONT AUTHORIZE ANY U-N RESOLUTION CALLING FOR MILITARY ACTION. THEY STOPPED SHORT OF SAYING THEY'D USE VETO POWER LEAVING THE DOOR OPEN FOR MORE DIPLOMACY.
Ari Fleischer/White House Spokesman: It's not accurate to leap to conclusions how these nations will vote wait for vote and outcome. IRAQ HAS NOW CRUSHED 28-ILLEGAL AL-SAMOUD-2 MISSILES SOMETHING U-N INSPECTORS CALL REAL DISARMAMENT EVEN IF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION DOESNT.
Colin Powell/Secretary of State: only a portion of banned Al-Samoud missiles have been destroyed, and in fact, ordered continuing production of missiles.
TRACK: AND POWELL CLAIMS U-S INTELLIGENCE SHOWS SADDAM HUSSEIN IS HIDING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION. (Powell) still moving chemical and biological weapons far away close to the Syrian border.
WHILE THE CHIEF WEAPONS INSPECTOR SAYS THEYRE STILL TRYING TO VERIFY WHETHER SADDAM HAS DESTROYED AGENTS SUCH AS V-X AND ANTHRAX, HE SAYS IRAQ HAS BEEN PRO-ACTIVE BY DEMOLISHING ITS MISSILES.
Hans Blix/Chief U.N. Inspector: Theres a whole program, and it is the various items that are related to that, like launchers, casting chambers, ecetera. These are being destroyed. AT THE WHITE HOUSE, IT WAS A DAY OF WAR AND PEACE. FIRST, GENERAL TOMMY FRANKS RELAYED BATTLE PLANS TO THE PRESIDENT.
AND AN ENVOY TO THE POPE CONVEYED THE VATICANS OPPOSITION TO UNILATERAL MILITARY FORCE. TO, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Weeks of quiet are over today in Israel- A suicide bombing on a bus in (High-fa) Haifa has killed at least 15 people.
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The suicide bomber blew himself up in the back of a bus on a busy street.
Police say he was carrying more than one hundred pounds of explosives.
Authorities say they've stopped some 40 attacks just last month- and they had word of 50 more being planned.
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((RAANAN GISSIN/ISRAELI GOVERNMENT SPOKESMAN: WE CAN'T STOP EVERY ATTACK AND THIS IS ONE ATTACK APPARENTLY THAT WAS ABLE TO SLIP THROUGH. IT JUST SHOWS YOU THAT THE PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY AND ITS LEADERS HAVE TAKEN NO ACTION WHATSOEVER TO STOP TERRORISM.))
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The Palestinian authority has condemned the attack and any attack targeting civilians.
But Palestinian militants say it's what Israel has to expect after a wave of Israeli military crackdowns in Gaza and West Bank.
In one case a pregnant woman was killed when Israeli soldiers took apart a building not realizeing she was in it.
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Democrats are blaming the White House for soaring energy prices at least in part.
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They say the President's decision to boost the federal emergency oil stockpile after the 9-11 attacks caused a drop in commercial oil stocks.
And that, they say caused energy prices to climb.
Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham has defended the decision to fill the reserve for national security reaons.
And he says the amount diverted was so small it could not have had an effect on energy prices.
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A local businessman says rising fuel costs are driving him out of business.
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Bob Crouse says the trucking company he's been running since 19-73 is on the verge of bankruptcy. Houston Motor Express runs 21 trucks and employs 33 people. Crouse buys his fuel from a local supplier and believes even with the economy, pending war and shortages, prices shouldn't be this high.
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((BOB CROUSE/TRUCKING COMPANY OWNER; A 1.36 TO A 1.64 YOU PUT A PERCENTAGE ON THAT NOTHING THAT EVEN THE NEW REPORTED WOULD JUSTIFY THAT RATE.))
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Crouse has contacted local politicians about his concerns and hopes an investigation yields some relief. He says at this point, his company has about 90-days before it would have to declare bankruptcy or stop operations.
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Meanwhile, the American Petroleum Institute says a 30-cent increase is consistent with factors and costs that affect prices. A spokesman for the Institute says things have not been this bad for truckers in a long time.

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Opening Day for professional baseball in Lynchburg is just a few weeks off, but renovations to City Stadium are nowhere near finished.
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A winter full of snow, ice and cold have set construction crews back about eight weeks.
They now estimate they'll have the bulk of the five-million dollar overhaul completed by early June.
Baseball will still be played there, but the facilities won't exactly be fan-friendly.
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((PAUL SUNWALL/LYNCHBURG HILLCATS GM: I THINK WHEN PEOPLE COME IN FOR THE FIRST FEW HOMESTANDS IN APRIL OR MAY, THEY'RE GOING TO SEE THE STRUCTURE UP, IT JUST WON'T BE FUNCTIONAL. AND I THINK IT WILL PROBABLY BE A MESS IN THE PARKING LOT YET IN CERTAIN AREAS, BUT THEY'RE GOING TO TRY TO STREAMLINE THAT DOWN TO AN AREA WHERE WE CAN STILL PARK A BUNCH OF CARS OUT THERE.))
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The Hillcats open their season on the road April 4th and will be at home for the first time April 11th.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll see why new research suggests a simple aspirin could help prevent cancer.
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Plus a Virginia Tech professor says the risks of a weight loss supplement probably outweigh its benefits.
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Some health experts say the risks of taking Ephedra far outweigh the benefits.
In fact, the FDA wants to put warning labels on bottles of the herb and possibly ban some products that contain it.
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Tonight, Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton explains why
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Jean, Some people assume that just because a product is sold over-the-counter it's safe.
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But the F-D-A does not regulate herbal supplements --that why some health experts say you need to be cautious.
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The Ephedra Education Council says that the supplement has been clinically proven to help people lose weight --and that it's not as harmful as it's been portrayed.
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But Doctor Janet Rankin a Virginia Tech professor who specializes in nutrition and weight control says there are studies that prove otherwise.
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((ONE STUDY LOOKED AT OVER 140 OF THESE ADVERSE EVENTS, 10 DEATHS, AND 13 PERMANENT DISABILITIES AS WELL AS MANY OTHER LESS LIFE THREATENING PROBLEMS CAME FROM TAKING THESE SUPPLEMENTS DIRECTLY)) [RUNS14]
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Rankin says the reason Ephedra is dangerous because it can increase blood pressure and heart rate, which can cause side effects.
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((THEY'RE MAINLY CARDIOVASCULAR MEANING AN INCREASE HEART RATE AND BLOOD PRESSURE WE KNOW THOSE CAN INCREASE RISK OF HEART ATTACK OR STROKE. SO SOME PEOPLE HAVE HAD STROKES AFTER TAKING HIGH DOSES)) [RUNS13]
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And Rankin says the supplement makes you more susceptible to heat related illnesses. A medical examiner linked the recent heat stroke death of Baltimore Orioles pitcher, Steve Bechler (Bek-lur) to Ephedra. That's why it is not recommend for people with high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, thyroid problems, or people under 18 year of age.


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((HOWEVER, THE PROBLEM IS THAT SOME OF THESE PEOPLE WHO HAVE HAD PROBLEM DID NOT HAVE ANY OF THOSE RISK FACTORS. SO WE STILL NEED TO BE VERY CAUTIOUS. I RECOMMENDED THIS ONLY BE TAKEN UNDER A PHYSICIANS GUIDANCE)) [RUNS12]
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Rankin say there are many weight loss and sports supplement products on the market that contain Ephedra, so read the labels.
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Jean,


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Research published today shows a promising benefit of aspirin in reducing the risk of colon cancer.
But experts are warning, it is not a subsitute for a doctor's exam.
Dr. Mike Rosen has more.
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((CANCER-FREE FOR JUST ABOUT 3-YEARS, CBS NEWS PRODUCER JOE HEWES IS VIGILANT ABOUT PREVENTING RECURRENCE OF HIS COLON CANCER. THIS WEEK -- HE MIGHT JUST BE CALLING HIS DOCTOR -TO ASK ABOUT ASPIRIN

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02:08:25 I WOULD WANT TO KNOW FROM MY SURGEON WHAT I CAN DO TO REDUCE THE CHANCE OF RECURRENCE. AND IF ASPIRIN IS ONE OF THOSE THINGS THAT I CAN DO-ITS SAFE, ITS EFFECTIVE-BY ALL MEANS-WHY SHOULDNT I?
ASPIRIN WAS THE FOCUS OF TWO STUDIES IN THIS WEEKS NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE. BOTH STUDIES SHOWED A BENEFIT IN PREVENTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DISEASE IN HIGH-RISK PATIENTS THE FIRST WITH ONE ADULT ASPIRIN PER DAY AND THE SECOND-LARGER STUDY-WITH JUST A LOW-DOSE OR BABY ASPIRIN.

SOT: DR. ROBERT HAILE/ONCOLOGIST, USC NORRIS COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CTR.

THE MAJOR FINDING FROM THE STUDY WAS REALLY - THE PEOPLE IN THE LOW DOSE ASPIRIN GROUP-THOSE GETTING 81-MG PER DAY-EXPERIENCED A 20% REDUCTION IN THE RISK OF ADENOMAS.
...OR ,PRECANCEROUS LESIONS. AND EVEN BETTER, WHEN RESEARCHERS CONSIDERED THE MOST ADVANCED LESIONS-THE ONES THAT WERE MOST LIKELY TO BECOME CANCER- THE RISK REDUCTION JUMPED TO 40%.
THEY ARENT SURE EXACTLY HOW THE ASPIRIN WORKS.
ONCOLOGIST DR. PETER KOZUCH (KO-ZUCK) THINKS THE EMERGING EVIDENCE ABOUT ASPIRING LOOKS PROMISING BUT-IT CANT REPLACE SCREENING.

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01:05:57 I THINK THAT AN ASPIRIN A DAY IN NO WAY REPLACES EVERYBODYS NEED FOR COLONSCOPY.
COLONOSCOPY.DOCTORS KO-ZUCK AND HALE BOTH AGREEREMAINS THE SINGLE BEST WAY TO DETECT CANCER EARLY AND IMPROVE YOUR CHANCES OF SURVIVAL. THEY URGE EVERYONE OVER THE AGE OF 50 TO GET TESTED. DR. MIKE ROSEN, CBS NEWS.))

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Coming up next, Brent Watts will tell us why a cheap trip to the barber could make the next generation of stylists a cut above the rest.
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Crew cut, flat top, the old fashion perm... each are hair styles that every beautician should learn. One school in Roanoke is teaching them, but they need your help.
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Brent Watts joins us from A-T-I Hollywood in Roanoke with details.
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Coming up a little later in our newscast, some students in Christiansburg are told to keep on trucking.
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Plus Steve Mason will tell us why students at George Wythe high school are experiencing a big year in sports.
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The threat of war is apparently keeping many investors from moving aggressively into the stock market.
Stocks ended slightly ahead, but as Alexis Christoforous tells us, confidence in the markets is not high.
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((A LATE-DAY TURNAROUND PUSHED STOCKS INTO THE PLUS COLUMN... BANK AND DRUG STOCKS LED THE ADVANCE.

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THE DOW JUMPED 70 POINTS

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WHILE THE NASDAQ ADDED MORE THAN 6 AND A HALF.

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SHARES OF PEPSI BOTTLING GROUP SUFFERED THEIR BIGGEST DROP EVER - DOWN ABOUT 20 PERCENT AFTER THE PEPSI DISTRIBUTOR CUT ITS FIRST QUARTER PROFIT FORECAST BECAUSE OF SLUMPING SALES AND STEPPED UP COMPETITION FROM COCA COLA.

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SHARES OF DREYER'S ICE CREAM MELTED.. DOWN 15 PERCENT AFTER THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION SAID IT WOULD OPPOSE DRYER'S 2.8 BILLION DOLLAR MERGER WITH NESTLE'S ICE CREAM BUSINESS.

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THE FTC SAYS THE MERGER WOULD ELIMINATE COMPETITION AND RAISE PRICES FOR SUPER PREMIUM BRANDS.. NESTLE AND DREYERS MAY HAVE TO AGREE TO SELL SOME BRANDS TO GAIN REGULATORY APPROVAL.

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MERRILL LYNCH BECAME THE SECOND WALL STREET FIRM IN TWO DAYS.. TO CUT PROFIT TARGETS WALT DISNEY..ANALYTS SAY BAD WEATHER AND TERRORISM FEARS HAVE HURT ATTENDANCE AT DISNEY'S THEME PARKS.

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FOR ALL THE AFTER THE BELL ACTION CLICK ON CBS.MW.COM ..

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AT THE NASDAQ I'M AC IN NEW YORK.
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Good afternoon everybody - we have been trying for two weeks to finish up the high school basketball regional action and tonight we will get yet another step closer. The boys' regions are now done and tonight the Franklin County girls will try to advance to the Northwest regional final and earn a spot in the Group Three A tournament. The Eagles host Woodbridge tonight in Rocky Mount. Tip-off is set for seven.

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It is now time for hometown hoops weekly and in this edition, Steve Mason tells us how George Wythe continues carrying the torch ignited by the football team.
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((STEVE MASON:Not many communities in the comonwealth have been as spolied as Wythvilles this school year. The Maroons won a football state championship and now the basketball team is three wins away from a basketball state title. and while the two sports are incredibly differnet the two teams have a great deal in common.))
((Meet the GW Soldiers. 15 students, mostly football players, who have been supporting the basketball team all season. ((:)) ((:)) This week, creating t-shirts was in order. Most of the new threads have a players face printed on the back with a nick name. ((:)) Tyrus Gardner, Grant Throckmorton, Seth Gibson Kevin Forrester, and Jared Horton five of the 10 basketball players on the 14 man roster that also played football. December 14th, the Maroons won the school's first ever state football championship. Now, the basketball team has won 24 in a row. ((:)) The football title has created new pride and tradition along with high expectations for the basketball team. ((:)) ((:)) The 24 and 1 Maroons battle gate City saturday at seven in the sate quarterfinals. Steve mason Hometown Hoops Weekly.))


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[go to pinnacle 12997] And don't forget that the top team in the ACC is in action tonight right here on Your Hometown Station. Wake Forest battles rival North Carolina. Catch it LIVE right here on WDBJ-7 tonight at 9. Jean will be right back in just a moment.
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Some students at Christiansburg High School got a chance to learn about the ins and outs of the trucking industry today.
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Mack Trucks kicked off its Spring semester tour this week in the New River Valley. The tour is geared toward high school students interested in a career in technology. Representatives from the company travel from city to city in an 18-wheel rig, encouraging students to seek an education beyond high school.
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((15:41 THAT TECHNICAL EDUCATION THAT THEY ARE LEARNING WITHIN HIGH SCHOOL, IT DOESN'T STOP THERE. FOR THEM TO CONTINUE ON WITH A TWO YEAR TECHNICAL DEGREE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL AND IT'S VERY IMPORTANT. 15:53))
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More than 250-students took part in today's presentation.

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