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Coming up on News 7-
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The body of a pregnant woman is found in Modesto California. Is it Laci Peterson? We'll have the story.
A popular local restaurant catches fire sending people running to safety.
And after losing to Syracuse Kansas is now losing its head coach.
Details in sports.
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News 7 at Eleven is next.

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((WHAT WE HAVE IS WE HAVE A PRETTY BADLY DECOMPOSED BODY. QUITE SOME TIME.))
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[OUT Q=quite some time.]
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That body is found in the same area where police had searched for missing woman Laci Peterson.
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[Body-Found]


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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
A dog walker apparently spotted the body washed up on shore.
The body was found less than one mile from where a couple reported finding the body of a male fetus Sunday.
The discovery once again focuses attention on the case of a missing pregnant woman.
Manuel Gallegus is in California with more details.
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[SUPER=03-Contra Costa Co., CA;]
[Super=01-Sgt. Enos Johnson/Richmond, CA Police;]
[SUPER=01-Norman La Pera/East Bay Reg. Park Police Chief;]
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((THE CORONER BROUGHT UP THE BADLY DECOMPOSED REMAINS OF A WOMAN FOUND ALONG THE BAY SHORE NEAR RICHMOND. ITS TOO SOON TO KNOW IF IT IS LACI PETERSON, THE PREGNANT WOMAN WHO DISAPPEARED FROM MODESTO CHRISTMAS EVE. BUT MODESTO POLICE INVESTIGATORS WERE CALLED IN. Sgt Enos Johnson, Richmond Police I think you can infer by the fact that we've called Modesto police department that we have not eliminated that it may be a female victim. ON SUNDAY THE BODY OF A NEWBORN BABY BOY WITH HIS UMBILICAL CORD STILL ATTACHED WAS FOUND IN THE SAME AREA LEADING TO GREATER SUSPICION THAT THE BODIES BELONG TO PETERSON AND HER CHILD. Chief Norman La Pera, East bay regional park Right now because of the close proximity is what everyone is looking as far as being linked together - the body being found approx. a mile and a quarter away. THE CONTRA COSTA TIMES REPORTS THAT THE WOMAN'S BODY HAD NO FEET, AND NO HEAD, AND THAT IT WAS CLOTHED IN MATERNITY WEAR. BUT PUBLIC ALLY INVESTIGATORS WOULD NOT CONFIRM THOSE DETAILS. LACI PETERSON DISAPPEARED FROM HER MODESTO HOME WHEN SHE WAS EIGHT MONTHS PREGNANT. HER HUSBAND SCOTT TOLD POLICE HE LAST SAW HIS WIFE IN THE MORNING AS HE HEADED OUT TO GO FISHING IN THE BERKELEY MARINA. THE MARINA IS SEVERAL MILES SOUTH FROM WHERE THESE TWO BODIES WERE DISCOVERED. IN EARLY MARCH, LACI PETERSON'S CASE WAS RECLASSIFIED AS A HOMICIDE. SHE WAS 26. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS.))

[Vinton-Fire]


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There will be no cooking for awhile at a popular Vinton restaurant.
A fire damaged New York Pizza on Route 24 this evening.
Justin McLeod tells us when the place may be back in business.
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[SUPER=01-Nicole Haulton/Restaurant Worker; :11]
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((((NAT SOUND OF THE SCENE))
It all began around 5:30, just as the busy dinner hour was getting underway.
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((NICOLE HAULTON/RESTAURANT WORKER: THE SMOKE WAS JUST COMING DOWN, I WENT TO USE THE RESTROOM, CAME BACK, EVERYBODY WAS RUNNING OUT AND THE WHOLE PLACE WAS FULL OF SMOKE, YOU COULDN'T EVEN SEE.)) [Runs06]
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Also having trouble seeing were the two workers who tried to put the fire out.
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((TONY MONTUORI/OWNER: WE OPENED THE CEILING TILE IT WAS ONE PLACE, WE TURNED IT OFF WITH THE FIRE EXTINGUISHER BUT THEN AFTER THAT, THE OTHER GUY NORMAND HE OPENED THE OTHER SIDE THERE WAS A BIGGER FLAME. WE TRIED TO CUT THAT ONE OFF BUT IT WAS JUST TOO MUCH.)) [Runs13]
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Firefighters arrived minutes later and quickly extinguished the fire.
They believe it started in the attic. [27:47]
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((LT. JIM HISE/VINTON AND FIRE RESCUE: FORTUNATELY, ALL THE FIRE WAS UP IN THE ATTIC. THE FIRE WASN'T ACTUALLY IN THE RESTAURANT PART SO THAT HELPED OUT A WHOLE LOT.)) [Runs06]
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In the restaurant part, you can see signs that customers left in a hurry.
Fortunately, the area downstairs sustained just minor water damage.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE FIRE COULD NOT HAVE COME AT A WORSE TIME. THE RESTAURANT IS CURRENTLY UNDERGOING MAJOR RENOVATIONS. THE OWNERS HAVE SPENT NEARLY FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ON NEW TILE WORK, TABLES, AND CHAIRS. THE OWNER SAYS THIS IS A SETBACK BUT HE HOPES TO BE BACK IN BUSINESS WITHIN 30 DAYS.)) [Runs15]
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((NAT SOUND OF SCENE))
Within those 30 days, the restaurant will celebrate it's 20th anniversary.
It is a restaurant that has a loyal following.
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((TONY MONTUORI/OWNER: WE'RE LOYAL TO THEM, THEY ARE LOYAL TO US AND WE WILL MAKE SURE WE OPEN BACK UP AND MAKE IT GOOD AGAIN.)) [Runs06]
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The owner also hopes to make good on a promise not to lay-off any workers.
He says they'll be asked to help clean up the mess in an effort to get the ovens going again.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Vinton. ))
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Fire investigators are still trying to determine what caused the fire but they believe it was accidental.
Damage estimates top nearly 35-thousand dollars.

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The sluggish economy isn't good for the grandfather clock business and that's costing some Henry County employees their jobs. Pulaski Furniture today announced it'll lay off 70 employees at its Ridgeway plant in June. The president of the company says the decision was put off for as long as possible in hopes that sales would increase.
Laid- off employees will receive a severance package. Other furniture companies have been notified of the available workers. The company expects the layoffs will return the plant to a full schedule.

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Meanwhile, 50- new jobs are headed to another part of Southside, now that one of the area's bigger employers has decided to expand its operations.
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Intertape Polymer announced today it will spend five-million dollars building a distribution center near its exisiting factory in the Ringgold West Industrial Park.
Intertape has 15 plants nationwide, but 200-thousand dollars in state and local incentive grants convinced the company to expand here.
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((DAVID BENNETT/INTERTAPE POLYMER: IT PLAYS A BIG PART BECAUSE FUNDS ARE TIGHT AND THIS ALLOWS US TO TAKE OUR WORKING CAPITAL AND PUT IT INTO EQUIPMENT RATHER THAN BUILDING AND LAND AND PROPERTY.))
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Intertape employs about 240 people in Danville, and more than 26-hundred nationwide.
It manufactures adhesive tapes for packaging systems.
Construction on the new facility should be finished later this year.
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[Danville-Grant]


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More good news for the Southside economy today in the form of a research grant from NASA.
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NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton Roads is giving 75-thousand dollars to a polymer research group based in Danville.
The Advance and Applied Polymer Processing Institute will use the money to develop newer, better materials for use in NASA programs.
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((MICHAEL SHUART/NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER: WE'RE LOOKING FOR COST-EFFECTIVE WAYS TO MAKE THE NEXT GENERATION OF AIRCRAFT. THERE'S LOTS OF NEW MATERIALS THAT ARE OUT THERE AND OFTEN THEY'RE VERY EXPENSIVE BECAUSE THEY'RE VERY NEW. ONE OF THE THINGS THAT WE HAVE TO LEARN IS HOW TO PROCESS THOSE MATERIALS IN A VERY EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE WAY, AND THE WORK THAT'S GOING ON HERE WILL DIRECTLY CONTRIBUTE TO THAT GOAL.))
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Much of the research will be done in the new Institute for Advance Learning and Research which is being built near the Danville airport.
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[Philip-Morris]


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Philip Morris has won a battle to reduce a tobacco lawsuit bond.
That means Virginia and 45 other states are winners too.
An Illinois judge reduced the bond from 12 billion dollars to 6 billion.
That means the cigarette maker should be able to make tomorrow's payment from the National Tobacco Settlement.

[Pfizer-Pharmacia]


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Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer gets the green light for its 57 billion dollar purchase of Pharmacia.
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Pfizer says the Federal Trade Commission cleared the way for the purchase.
To gain F-T-C approval, Pfizer had to agree to sell products in nine different pharmaceutical segments to avoid violating anti-trust laws.
The two companies will begin joint operations later this week after the deal is official.
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The Pentagon says the war in Iraq is winding down.
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In fact, some units are already returning home.
The latest from the Middle East when News 7 returns.
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[Sports-preview]


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(( Hey folks - Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as Jordan plays his final home game and rubs elbows with defense department brass at the same time. His alma mater welcomes home one of its own as Roy Williams takes over the Tarheels. Ferrum's baseball team cracks the top 5 nationally! And Jim Boeheim sends stocks soaring tonight on the Big 7.))

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The war with Iraq is winding down, but there is still a lot of work to do. That according to top U-S military brass.
Chris Lawrence has more from Kuwait City.
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[SUPER=201-Capt. Ben O'Rourke/U. S. Marine Corps; :10]
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((IN SADDAM'S HOMETOWN OF TIKRIT, AMERICAN TROOPS NOW PATROL HIS SPRAWLING PALACE COMPLEX -- DEVASTATED BY AIR STRIKES. U.S. MARINES CAME HERE EXPECTING A MAJOR FIGHT.
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"We had some intel that there was going to be some of the Fedeyeen Saddam and special Republican Guard that were holed up here." BUT WHAT THEY FOUND WERE ONLY POCKETS OF RESISTANCE ....
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"What's in it?" Answer: "Nothing" AND MANY ABANDONED BUNKERS. THE FALL OF TIKRIT MARKED AN END OF LARGE-SCALE COMBAT IN IRAQ. THE PENTAGON HAS ALREADY SENT FOUR B-2 STEALTH BOMBERS HOME. ALSO LEAVING THE PERSIAN GULF -- THE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS CONSTELLATION AND KITTY HAWK.
Maj. Gen. Stanley /Vice director of the Pentagon's Joint Staff: Today was the last day that aircraft from all five carrier battle groups will fly missions into Iraq." COALITION FORCES SAY ALL OF THE IRAQI OIL FIELDS ARE NOW UNDER THEIR CONTROL. BUT THEY'RE STILL TRYING TO GET A HANDLE ON THE LOOTING. U.S. TROOPS HAVE BEGUN MAKING ARRESTS, AND IRAQI POLICE OFFICERS ARE BACK ON THE BEAT. BUT BAGHDAD REMAINS A DANGEROUS PLACE. Soldier: "There are suspected gunshots coming from that area right there." ON SUNDAY NIGHT, MARINES BATTLED SNIPER FIRE IN FRONT OF A HOTEL AND CAPTURED FOUR MEN. BUT THEY'RE STILL SEARCHING FOR SADDAM HUSSEIN AND ANY WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION. DESPITE NOT FINDING ANY, U.S. OFFICIALS ARE TURNING THEIR ATTENTION TO IRAQ'S WESTERN NEIGHBOR. THE BUSH ADMISTRATION ACCUSES SYRIA OF POSSESSING CHEMICAL WEAPONS AND HARBORING FUGITIVES. Syria may be harboring members of Saddam's regime and possibly his wife CHRIS LAWRENCE, CBS NEWS, KUWAIT.))

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The stealth fighters that dropped the first bombs of the war made a stop in Virginia today.
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The F-117-A Nighthawks are returning to their home base in New Mexico.
The crews made a scheduled stop at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton.
The aircraft played a critical role in the first night of bombing during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Two of the stealth fighters dropped bombs on a structure in Baghdad on March 20th where Saddam Hussein was believed to be.
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[Postwar-Iraq]


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The first step toward forming Iraq's new government could be taken tomorrow.
A U-S envoy plans to meet with opposition leaders.
But one expert in Virginia says it still will be a long time before Iraq holds free and fair elections.
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[SUPER=203-Richmond]


Dr. Judy Twigg, a professor at V-C-U, says it will take a period of years to ensure a stable transition to democracy for Iraq.
She also says that once democratic elections are established, there is no guarantee that the U-S will be happy with the outcome.
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((JUDY TWIGG/POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSOR, VCU: I THINK WE NEED TO BE LOOKING AHEAD TO THE POSSIBILITY THAT TRULY FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS IN IRAQ MAY PRODUCE AN IRAQI GOVERNMENT THAT DOESN'T NECESSARILY, YOU KNOW, BEND TO ALL THE WISHES AND WHIMS OF THE UNITED STATES. WE NEED TO BE PREPARED FOR THAT.))
[SUPER=201-Judy Twigg/VCU Political Science Prof.]
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[OUT Q=WE NEED TO BE PREPARED FOR THAT.]
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Twigg says, for now, the most pressing problem for the U-S is getting food and water to the Iraqi people.
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[Giles-Search]


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Giles County officials say they're scaling back their search for a missing boater.
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[SUPER=03-Giles Co.;]

40-year-old James Pearly Simonds has been missing since Saturday, when his boat capsized near Glen Lyn. Relatives told authorities he was working on a project for V-Dot, although V-Dot says it has no record of Simonds' or his work. Rescue workers recovered Simonds' boat about a mile and a half from where he was last seen. This is the second boating accident in Giles County in about a month. A massive search has been planned for this weekend.
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[Police-Shooting]


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A Roanoke man remains in the hospital after being shot by a city police officer over the weekend.
A police department investigation is underway, and relatives of the victim say they are also looking for more information
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Today, yellow police tape still marked the home on Madison Avenue where Antonio Lee Taylor's car came to rest.
Roanoke police say what started with a loud music complaint, ended with gunfire after Taylor's car struck officer M. E. Thompson.
Taylor's mother is seeking legal advice and gathering facts about the incident, but says her first concern is her son's recovery.
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((MICHELLE TAYLOR/ANTONIO TAYLOR'S MOTHER; RIGHT NOW I'M REALLY CONCERNED WITH MY SON'S CONDITION. AND RIGHT NOW I'M NOT TALKING WITH ANYONE BECAUSE WE'RE CONCERNED WITH HIM AND GETTING HIM BETTER, BUT MY SON HE'S HANGING IN THERE. HE'S TOUGH.))
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Antonio Taylor faces charges of assault on a police officer and cocaine possession.
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Thompson and another officer who was on the scene, C. L. Calvert, have been placed on administrative leave while the incident is under investigation.

[School-Shooting]


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Students say a deadly shooting at a New Orleans high school may have been retaliation for a previous fight.
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15-year-old Jonathan Williams was shot dead and three girls were wounded when gunmen armed with an A-K-47 rifle and a handgun opened fire in a packed gym.
Worried parents began showing up outside the school almost immediately.
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((I'M TIRED OF IT, MY CHILDREN ARE NOT COMING BACK HERE.. POSITIVE THEY'RE NOT COMING BACK. THAT'S IT.)) [NO SUPER]
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[OUT Q=That's it.]
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The shooters fled but four teens were later arrested.
Students say the incident appears to be gang related.
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Just a few hours left to file your taxes.
We'll have a last-minute look.
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[VO-NAT]


And a new treatment promises to zap the effects of aging off your face.
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[Commercial]

[Income-Taxes]


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Speaking of Taxes, the deadline clock is ticking. It's tomorrow.
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It means last minute filers like Eric Ross Garland are filing into places like H & R Block. Tax preparers at the location get really busy around the April 15th deadline. Garland says he doesn't want to deal with the paperwork and wants his refund fast.
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[IN Q=with me]

((ERIC ROSS GARLAND/TAX CLIENT; WITH ME IT'S REALLY A LOT OF THINGS I PUT OFF YEAH BUT TAXES DEFINITELY YEAH EVERY YEAR IT'S ALWAYS LAST MINUTE.)) ((DEBORAH HILL/H & R BLOCK DISTRICT MGR.; SOMETIMES BECAUSE THEY DON'T HAVE ALL THE INFORMATION READY AND THEY'RE WAITING ON DOCUMENTATION SOMETIMES BECAUSE WE JUST DON'T FIND THE TIME TO DO OUR TAXES.))
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To help customers get tax forms in on time, places like H & R Block and the post office have extended hours this time of year. Still the IRS says the fastest and most accurate way to file is electronically on your computer.
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[Wrinkles]


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Women who want to stay forever young have a new option.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Miami, FL]


The process of aging can now be slowed down with new laser and light-treatments. This treatment has no down-time unlike with older treatments.
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[IN Q=:35,"The radio frequency laser..."]

((DR. HOWARD SOBEL/COSMETIC-DERMATOLOGLIC SURGEON; THE RADIO FREQUENCY LASER WILL ACTUALLY HEAT UP THE DERMIS-THE SECOND LAYER OF SKIN-AND ACTUALLY MAKE THE LIGHT THERAPY MUCH MORE EFFECTIVE.))
[SUPER=01- Dr. Howard Sobel/Cosmetic-Dermatologic Surgeon]
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[OUT Q=:"...much more effective."]
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You may need a few more treatments to get rid of the tiny vessels, wrinkles, and brown-spots. Less intense and combination treatments are the way of the future. Dr. Sobel says the next therapy to look for later this year is photomodulation.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=:1:11."It goes into the Dermis..."]

((DR. SOBEL; WITH NO DAMAGE EPERDERMIS-THE TOP LAYER OF THE SKIN, IT GOES INTO THE DERMIS AND STIMULATES THE CELLS TO ACT YOUNGER.))
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[OUT Q="...to act younger."]
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And that is one path to the common dream of that youthful glow.
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[S-Extra]


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A busy Monday night on the Big 7 - as Al Groh spends the evening here in Roanoke. Jordan plays his final home game, Roy returns to Chapel Hill, while Ferrum takes over the four spot in the national polls. But first tonight's Extra Point
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Williams' counterpart in the NCAA title game last Monday night - Jim Boeheim was joined by his wife and star player Carmelo Anthony today on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The three rang the opening bell for the day. The Cuse must have the midas touch - the Dow and the Nasdaq were up significantly today.
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[S-UNC]


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We begin tonight in Chapel Hill where the North Carolina Tarheels finally got their man. Roy Williams accepted the challenge of coaching his alma mater. The decision to leave Kansas was not an easy one for the 52 year old coach. The job of telling his Kansas players this afternoon that he really was leaving was brutal.
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Williams plans to bring his staff with him - including Roanoke native Steve Robinson. He says he finally made up his mide about the job late Sunday night.
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[talent=mike]
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The final details of the contract still have to be worked out, but it is an 8 year deal.

[S-Jordan]


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Carolina's most famous alum, Michael Jordan played his final home game for the Washington Wizards tonight at the MCI Center in downtown DCTERMS.
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The night began with Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld presenting Jordan the flag that flew over the Pentagon on the one year anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Rumsfeld's ovation was as loud as Jordan's. Michael then came out firing in the game against the Knicks. He took nine shots in the first quarter alone and finished with 21 points and 8 rebounds. For the record he was 9 out of 22 in 37 minutes of action. The Wizards couldn't get him a win as the lowly Knicks beat Washington 93-to-79. After the game, Wizards owner Abe Pollin and his wife presented Jordan with a unique honor. In his name - they donated 15 computers to each of Washington's 18 public high schools. The computer labs at each school will be named after Jordan. The final game of his career in Wednesday night in Philadelphia against Iverson and the Sixers.
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The Ferrum College baseball team is now number 4 in the nation in the brand new Division 3 baseball poll that is out today. The Panthers are 25-and-3, and they have proven they have the ability to beat teams a number of ways.
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Ferrum opens the Dixie conference tournament Wednesday in Danville. The Panthers won the regular season title with a 10-and-2 mark.
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Steve Mason will have much more on the Panthers' success and their hopes for the postseason tomorrow night on News 7.



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The Martinsville Speedway was in a cleanup mode today trying to sweep up the mess made by a standing room only crowd of 86 thousand plus fans. Jeff Gordon was a cleanup frame of mind, as well yesterday.
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Gordon led 190 of the 500 laps, but he needed a little bump and run move in turn one on Bobby Labonte to get the lead for the final time and set the stage for his 62nd career victory. The win gave Gordon four victories at the Martinsville Speedway, but it also allowed his team to pick two spots in the points race. The DuPont Chevy team is now third - with a win, three top fives and 5 top 10 finishes.
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Dale Junior moved to within 51 points of Winston Cup leader Matt Kenseth with his second place finish yesterday. Tony Stewart also picked up two spots - he is now 7th. Stewart was involved in a number of fender benders - something one of the celebrities in attendance yesterday would have trouble dealing with if he were on the track.
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