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As the danger from rebels intensifies in Haiti, the Pentagon confirms that U-S Marines are on their way there.
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And, some lottery players in Bedford County come close to striking it MEGA rich.


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Get ready for a roller coaster ride of temperatures this week with a little moisture mixed in. I'll have your forecast.

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Stay with us News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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Dozens of U-S Marines are heading to Haiti to provide extra security at the American embassy.
That, as rebel forces close in on the capital city.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
Sources have said some Cabinet ministers in Haiti are asking friends for places to hide.
Teri Okita has the latest.
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(( TRACK: WITH REBEL FORCES PREDICTING THEY'RE TWO WEEKS FROM OVERTAKING HAITIS CAPITAL, PORT-AU-PRINCE, U-S OFFICIALS SENT IN 50 COMBAT-READY U-S MARINES TO HELP SECURE THE AMERICAN EMBASSY AND ITS STAFF.
TRACK: REBELS HAVE TAKEN OVER ABOUT HALF THE COUNTRY AND THE SECOND LARGEST CITY, CAP-HAITIEN ATTACKING AND DETAINING SUPPORTERS OF PRESIDENT JEAN-BERTRAND ARISTIDE. LOOTING IS WIDE-SPREAD AS PRO-GOVERNMENT SUPPORTERS TRY TO BUILD BARRIERS TO PROTECT THEMSELVES.

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SOT/TRACK: THIS YOUNG OPPOSITION FIGHTER SAYS: TELL YOUR

INTERNATIONAL FORCES TO COME GET THE REAL TERRORIST HERE, ARISTEDE. IF OUR OPPOSITION LEADERS AGREE TO LET ARISTEDE STAY, WERE TAKING BOATS TO MIAMI.
TRACK: WHEN HE BECAME HAITIS FIRST FREELY-ELECTED LEADER IN 1990, PRESIDENT ARISTEDES POPULARITY SOARED BUT HES LOST SUPPORT IN RECENT YEARS AMIDST CHARGES OF CORRUPTION.
TRACK: THE 20-THOUSAND AMERICANS WHO LIVE IN HAITI HAVE BEEN URGED TO LEAVE. MORE THAN 70-PEOPLE HAVE BEEN KILLED SINCE THE REBELLION BEGAN ALMOST THREE-WEEKS AGO.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: The political opposition said it will respond later today to a U-S backed peace plan that calls for Aristede to remain President while sharing power with rivals until a new election is held. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington. ))

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A United Nations official says elections will be possible in Iraq by the end of this year.
Meanwhile, there are conflicting reports about the latest deadly attack in Iraq.
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Iraqi police are calling it a suicide bombing, while American officials say it's unclear whether the driver of a vehicle was inside when it blew up today outside a police station in Kirkuk (KEER- kook).
Iraqi police are investigating, along with a U-S military team.
There's also conflicting information about the number of casualties.
Iraqi police say seven people are dead, the U-S military says eight people were killed, while hospital officials report ten dead.
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It's day of rage in the Middle East--
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Seeveral Palestinians have been wounded during clashes with Iraeli forces in the West Bank.
The violence comes during today's proceedings at The Hague in the Netherlands, where Palestinians are arguing against a wall the Israelis are building to separate it from the West Bank.
Palestinians are calling it a land grab.
Israel says it's needed to keep out militants, so as those reponsible for yesterday's suicide bombing.
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The winner of a 239- million dollar jackpot hasn't come forward yet, but there were two other winning tickets in western Virginia worth 175- thousand dollars each.
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Bedford County Resident Enos Blankenship hit five of six numbers in Friday's mega- millions drawing.
A regular lottery player, Blankenship used family birthdates to pick the winning number.
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((WOKE UP SATURDAY MORNING, WATCHIN THE NEWS ON CHANNEL 7 SHE SAID I THINK WE WON FOUR NUMBERS, AND SHE STARTED TELLING ME WHAT THEY WERE. AND I SAID BETTER CHECK THAT AGAIN, I THINK WE GOT FIVE. ))
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About an hour after Blankenship collected his winnings, a group of co-workers from Lynchburg cashed in their ticket.
Employees of American Hofmann Corporation chipped in 50 dollars each before Friday's drawing.
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Divided fourteen ways, each share will be worth more than eight thousand dollars after taxes.

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A judge has decided not to rule just yet on whether to toss out any of the charges against Martha Stewart.
The defense wanted the securities fraud count against her to be eliminated.
Sharyn Alfonsi is in New York with the latest.
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(( The domestic diva headed to cout Monday hoping some of the charges against her would be dismissed. Specifically, the most serious charge facing her...Securities Fraud.
Prosecutors argue that when Stewart publicly declared her innocence...she deceived investors of her company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
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NAT SOT BREAK (Early Show: I am confident I will be cleared off all

this silliness..stay with stewart chopping)
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But Defense attorneys say that arguement doesn't cut it and that's what they told the judge this morning.
They say Stewart was just trying to clear her name and even the judge hearing the case called the Fraud count "novel" and the "most problematic" of the charges. But today, that same judge declined to make a ruling.
Alfonsi Bridge: Meanwhile, Stewarts attorneys are apparently planning a bold move of their own.
Prosecutors put on more than 21 witnesses over two weeks...Defense are hoping less is more.
They say they hope to call only a handfull of witnesses and that Martha Stewart will likely not be among them.
The risk may be too high. It's unclear how the sometimes quick tempered Stewart would hold up under what could be a blistering cross examination.
Defense attorney seem to think the recipe for keeping Stewart out of jail may be keeping her off the stand and keeping her silent. --. (nats of Stewart on show)
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In New York, Sharyn Alfonsi for CBS News.
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Still to come on the newscast, some local Naval reservists are recognized for their contributions.
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Also new presidential candidate Ralph Nader says he will not be a spoiler.
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Consumer advocate Ralph Nader says it's time to "take the 'For Sale' sign off the door in Washington."
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This weekend Nader threw his hat into the Presidential race for the third time.
He's running as an Independent candidate, despite the fears of many Democrats that he could cost their party the election.
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((CRAIG CRAWFORD/POLITICAL ANALYST: I THINK DEMOCRATS SHOULD BE CAREFUL ABOUT SOME OF THE LANGUAGE VILIFYING RALPH NADER. HE IS SHOWING A LOT OF SIGNS THAT HE'S MORE INTERESTED IN LAUNCHING HIS ATTACKS ON PRESIDENT BUSH THAN ON THE DEMOCRAT NOMINEE.))
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Many Democrats felt Nader cost Al Gore the Presidency in the 2000 election.
Meanwhile, Super Tuesday is just over a week away, and Massachusetts Senator John Kerry leads polls in the 10 states with delegates up for grabs.
And, the Bush re-election campaign will begin running T-V ads March fourth, regardless of whether the Democratic nomination is sewn up on Super Tuesday.
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Virginia's House and Senate finance committees have unveiled their competing budget plans.
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The House Appropriations Committee's plan involves spending cuts and rolling back 521-million dollars in tax breaks for businesses. The Senate plan involves increasing taxes by four-billion dollars over two years, including increasing the state sales tax to five-point-five percent. The committees will now have to decide on one budget for the new spending cycle, which begins July first. The current General Assembly session ends March 13th.
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A pastor in Roanoke wants to make sure his congregation got the point yesterday as he preached on AIDS prevention and acceptance.
Jennifer Wishon has more.
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((Reverend William Lee of Loudon Avenue Christian Church was tested for HIV Sunday-- from the pulpit.
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((EVA HUGHES: I'M GRATEFUL THAT HE HAD THE GUTS TO DO AND HE EVEN SAID, EVEN IF IT MEANT MY JOB, IT'S SOMETHING THAT SHOULD BE DONE.))
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((QUICK NATS OF MUSIC)) Lee says sometimes people need help more than hymnals and if getting the message out means a little drama he's willing to play the role. His message reminded the congregation that AIDS is a community problem - not an excuse to discriminate.
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((BILL LEE: I CAME OUT OF A SEGREGATED SOCIETY - SEGREGATED WORLD - AND I HAVE NO DESIRE TO SEGREGATE MYSELF OR ANYONE ELSE EVER AGAIN.))
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The test was part of a partnership that's developed between the church and Council of Community Services.
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((PAM MEADOR: WHEN PEOPLE GET INFECTED WITH HIV THEY ARE STIGMATIZED, THEY ARE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST AND THAT INCLUDES IN THEIR CHURCHES.))
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Together, both groups are trying to promote both prevention and acceptance.
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((EVA HUGHES: THE CHURCH SHOULD BE A PLACE THAT A PERSON CAN COME AND GET THAT LOVE - THAT UNCONDITIONAL LOVE - WE ARE TAUGHT ABOUT IN THE WORD.))
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And if things go as planned the church will also become a place where people get tested for AIDS. Church leaders are working to schedule monthly tests that will be free and anonymous. Linda Manns is thrilled to be a part of a church that's tapping into a serious problem in the community.
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((LINDA MANNS: MY DAUGHTER'S 21 YEARS OLD. SHE'S A SENIOR AT VCU. SHE NEEDS TO HEAR THIS. SHE NEEDS TO BE AWARE OF IT. SHE NEEDS TO KNOW THAT IF SHE CAN'T ABSTAIN SHE NEEDS TO PROTECT HERSELF.))
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Reverend Lee says some people may disagree with such a break from Sunday morning tradition, but he says that's nothing new in the black community.
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((BILL LEE: THE BLACK CHURCH HAS ALWAYS TOUCHED ON SUBJECTS NO ONE ELSE WOULD DEAL WITH, BUT WE'VE LOST A SENSE OF OUR HISTORY SO FOLKS ARE SAYING WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT? WHY WOULDN'T WE?))
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Lee only hopes more churches will adopt the same attitude. Jennifer Wishon News 7, Roanoke.))

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The Navy took time to say thank you to some of its Reservists this weekend.
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Those deployed during Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom were recognized for their service. Bedford County native Tim Sexton served at Camp Patriot in Kuwait. He and his comrades loaded and unloaded ships under the constant threat of missile attacks. Yesterday, the men presented a flag that flew over the Camp.
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((WHEN YOU SEE THE AMERICAN FLAG FLYING SOMEWHERE YOU KNOW THAT IT STANDS FOR SOMETHING AND WHAT YOU'RE DOING STANDS FOR SOMETHING.))
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Sailors who backed up the medical staff in Portsmouth and Bethesda, Maryland were also honored for their professionalism and excellent medical care they provided. Elizabeth Baker is an O-R nurse and has worked at Roanoke Memorial Hospital for more than twenty years. She says the reservist were able to go in and immediately take over for those who needed care.
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((YOU STILL HAD DEPENDENTS THAT NEEDED SURGERY AND RETIREES AND SO THE CASE LOAD WAS A LOT. WE WOULD PROBABLY DO ABOUT 60 OR 70 SURGERIES A DAY.))
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Baker was also deployed during Desert storm and says she's happy to put her expertise to work for her country.
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Coming up after the break, Leo will have our detailed forecast.
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Also last night was the last girl's night out for some New York Celebrities. We'll see how that city is saying goodbye to the women of Sex and the City.
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The question, will Carrie end up with Mr. Big was finally answered last night during the series finale of H-B-O's "Sex and the City."
Carrie got her mystery man, and even learned what his real name is.
But what did fans of the show think of her fate?
Tracy Smith went to one New York City screening party to find out.
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(( IN THE CITY THAT PLAYED A STARRING ROLE...
"to sex! in the city!"

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A GROUP OF WOMEN SAID GOODBYE TO PEOPLE THEY NEVER MET...AND KNEW SO WELL.
MELISSA LEVY its really exciting but at the same time very sad these women have been part of our lives for so long
PAIGE NELSON we go through the same things these ladies go through. these i mean very similar things that its so very true so we laugh oh that happened to you! that happened to me! so its really fun. 2304

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AT THIS PARTY, THEY HAD THE COSMOS, THEY HAD THE CLOTHES, THEY EVEN HAD A QUIZ...AND FOR ONE LAST NIGHT...THEY HAD THE SHOW.
GIRLS FACES, CARRIE'S VOICE: i am someone who is looking for love
clapping

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IN THE END, EVERY GIRL GOT HER GUY.
TS: Do you like Big?Are you happy with them? BERYL BLOOM: I love Big. Probably too much for my own good, you know. I think every woman loves Big a little too much for her own good. //
TS: What does it say about singledom though, that they all ended up paired off? BERYL; Well, I think that's the point. You know, we date for a reason. We want to meet somebody.
JACKIE Glad it was Big. And they gave him a name!
SHERRI At least it was Big and not Petrofsky (absolutely!)

(STAND-UP)

020200 BUT NO MATTER WHAT YOU THOUGHT OF HOW IT ENDED, SEX IN THE CITY... AND THE PARTIES IT INSPIRED...WAS NEVER REALLY ABOUT THE MEN, OR SHOES OR EVEN THE SEX...IT WAS ABOUT FRIENDSHIP.
SUSAN CHOI when i see them and how they are and the things theyre going through and how they support each other you kind of out that back on your own life and you think about your friends and you much appreciate the relationships that you have with the women in your life

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AND WE CAN ALL DRINK TO THAT.
TOAST: its a big city out there. and we're all very lucky to have each other.

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FOR THE EARLY SHOW TS CBS NEWS NEW YORK.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN 46 points. The NASDAQ has dropped 27.
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Coming up next in sports, Matt Kennesth crosses the finish line first in the Nextel Cup after a bumpy race.
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And the Washington Redskins are trying to land one of the best backs in the N-F-L.
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The Washington Redskins are trying to land one of the best tailbacks in the N-F-L. The Denver Broncos are considering a trade that would send Clinton Portis to the Skins for cornerback Champ Bailey, and
a second- round draft pick.
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The Denver Post is citing un-named sources as saying the deal is nearly done.
Both Portis and Bailey are skirmishing with their teams over contracts.
Last week, the Redskins gave Bailey permission to pursue a trade.
His agent said he spoke to seven or eight teams Friday. Portis rushed for more than 15-hundred yards last season, and was invited to his first Pro Bowl.
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Duke broke out of a two game losing streak in ACC play, beating Maryland at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
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JJ Redick was a non factor in those two losses to NC State and Wake Forest.
But the Roanoker got his groove back, scoring 20 points for the Blue Devils, who overwhelmed the Terrapins 86 to 63.
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Matt Kenseth won the Subway 400 at Rockingham for the second time in three years.
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Dale Jarrett was in the top 10 a good part of the day.
But at lap 210, the engine expired on the UPS Machine, relegating DJ to a 40th place finish.
Then about 50 laps later, Joe Nemechek got in to Carl Long, and Long barrell- rolled 5 or 6 times.
He was okay in the incident that also claimed the cars of Brendan Gaughan (gone) and Bobby Labonte.
Robby Gordon found that part of the track slippery as well, getting loose and clipping Jeff Green before taking a wild ride on the side of his Chevrolet.
Gordon finished 36th.
Matt Kenseth found rookie Kasey Kahne (kayn) on his bumper in the closing circuits.
The rookie got a great run on the Cup champ off of turn four of the final lap.
But Kenseth kept him at bay, taking the checkered flag by one- one hundredth of a second.
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