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Still no sign
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of 14- year- old Brittany Bibee, as Patrick County officials resume their search for the missing girl.
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And, there's a warrant out for the arrest of radical cleric in Iraq, who's believed to be behind some of the recent deadly attacks.
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Sunshine returns in full force but cold temperatures and windy conditions will linger. I'll have your forecast.
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Stay with us News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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Another day of fighting between U- S forces and radical Shiite muslims in Iraq.
So far, eight American troops have died in the latest skirmishes.
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[Iraq]


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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
The U-S administrator to Iraq is calling the radical cleric who's behind some of the clashes, an "outlaw".
Now there's word that an Iraqi judge has issued at warrant for the cleric's arrest.
Teri Okita has an update.
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[SUPER=01-Paul Bremer/U. S. Administrator to Iraq;]
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(( TRACK: U-S TANKS ROLLED INTO A VOLATILE NEIGHBORHOOD OF BAGHDAD ONE DAY AFTER CLASHES WITH SHIITE MILITIAMEN LEFT SEVERAL AMERICAN TROOPS AND DOZENS OF IRAQIS DEAD. OVERHEAD, APACHE HELICOPTERS FIRED ON TARGET AREAS TO CURB THE FIGHTING, BUT RESIDENTS STILL VOWED REVENGE.

(QUICK NATSD OF ARABIC)


TRACK: THIS MAN SAYS: THEY SHUT UP ANYONE WHO WANTS TO EXPRESS HIS OPINION. U-S FORCES DO NOT HAVE ANY RESPECT FOR PEOPLES OR RELIGIONS.

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30-YEAR-OLD SHIITE CLERIC, MOQTADA AL-SADR IS BELIEVED TO BE BEHIND THE UPRISING URGING HIS FOLLOWERS TO DEMONSTRATE AFTER THE ARREST OF ONE OF HIS TOP AIDES AND THE CLOSURE OF HIS ANTI-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER.

(Super: Paul Bremer/U.S. Administrator to Iraq)
SOT: Hes effectively attempting to establish his authority in the place

of the legitimate authority of the Iraqi government and the coalition. And as I said yesterday, we will not tolerate it.
TRACK: IN FALLUJAH, MARINES AND IRAQI POLICE HAVE SURROUNDED THE TOWN WITH HUNDREDS OF TANKS AND OTHER VEHICLES IN PREPARATION FOR A MAJOR OPERATION TO HUNT DOWN INSURGENTS WHO KILLED AND MUTILATED FOUR AMERICAN CIVILIANS LAST WEEK. BUT FALLUJAH REMAINS A HOTBED OF RESISTANCE, AND ONE MORE MARINE WAS KILLED TODAY.

(SOUND BITE TO COME: SENOR OR KIMMITT)



(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

TRACK: Despite the recent outbreaks, the White House says the June 30th deadline for the transfer of power still stands. But lawmakers also remind people that U-S forces will be in Iraq for years to come. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington. ))

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Here at home, the nation begins the week under a heightened alert.
Federal officials say terrorists may be planning to bomb trains and buses in major U-S cities this summer.
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The warning was prompted by last week's discovery of explosive material in London and a bomb found under train tracks in Spain.
Intelligence analysts have also picked up recent terrorist chatter saying "the U-S is next."
New York officials say they're already taking precautions on the city's transit system.
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((RAY KELLY/NEW YORK CITY POLICE COMMISSIONER: WHEN YOU RIDE THE SUBWAY YOU'LL SEE LOTS F POLICE OFFICERS NOT ALL THE TIME. WE HAVE SURGES WE HAVE TRAIN AUTOMATION SWEEPS, OFFICERS WILL COME ON AND SEARCH ENTIRE TRAINS AND WE INCREASED OUR PLAIN CLOTHS COVERAGE. BUT YOU KNOW IT'S SOMETHING WE HAVE TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT. ))
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Authorities will be keeping an even closer eye on the city transit system in August, when New York hosts the Republican National Convention.
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[Missing-Girl]


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Police in Patrick County are into their second day of searching for a missing 14 year old girl.
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[Take Bibee FS] Brittany Bibee was last seen in the Charity Community yesterday afternoon, headed west along route 40.
She was last seen wearing a black jacket, blue jeans, and a yellow shirt. [Take Patrick Co. FS] If you have any information on Brittany's whereabouts, you are asked to call the Patrick County Sheriff's Department at 276-694-3161.
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Tazewell County officials say they have two men in custody for a pair of recent convenience store robberies. The latest was late Saturday night at the Cargo Convenience Store in Tazewell.
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[TAKE NEWBERRY FS] Authorities say a short time later, they stopped 23 year old Dwight David Newberry of Raven and found items connected with the robbery in the car. [TAKE BROWN FS] Deputies say 23-year-old Kevin Ray Brown fled the scene on foot, and was captured hours later after a search that included a bloodhound and a helicopter.
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Police say both men confessed to the Saturday night robbery and to another in Pounding Mill last week.


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Firefighters were called to battle flames at a Roanoke home yesterday while the family was a church for Palm Sunday services.
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Firefighters responded to this home on Roy Drive just before Noon, after an off-duty fire fighter saw the flames and called 9-11. Part of the ceiling fell on three firefighters inside, but they were not injured. Crews had to run 800- feet of hose up a steep road to reach the house while battling the wind.
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((JEFF BECKNER: TERRIBLE CONDITIONS WITH THE WIND. THE INTERIOR CREWS DID A HECK OF A JOB CUTTING IT OFF FROM THE REST OF THE STRUCTURE AND THE REST OF THE ATTIC SECTION TO SAVE WHAT WE COULD. ))
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The fire started in an upstairs room. The damage is estimated at 67- thousand dollars. The cause of the blaze has not yet been determined.
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Roanoke's First Baptist Church, and the members of its congregation, are still dealing with the recent confession of a former pastor. Jennifer Wishon has more on how some members are responding.
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((It's been two weeks since Charles Fuller released a video statement to church members admitting to an adulterous love affair for 15 years of his tenure at First Baptist Church. Fuller retired about five years ago, but remains an elder in the church. Reaction among the congregation has been mixed, but members who talked to News 7 on Sunday say the ordeal has made the congregation stronger.
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((MAXINE WILEY: PASTOR FULLER WAS A STRONG TEACHER AND WE LOVED HIM BECAUSE OF WHAT HE TAUGHT AND THE FACT THAT THIS HAS COME OUT JUST BLESSES US AS A CHURCH.))
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For years, Fuller reached beyond his congregation with God's Minute - televised mini- sermons that aired on local television stations for decades. Wiley says it was Fuller who first introduced her to real teaching ministries 13- years ago and she's been attending First Baptist Church ever since.
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((MAXINE WILEY: WE HAVE BENEFITED SO MUCH FROM HIS MINISTRY AND WE'RE STRONGER FOR THAT BECAUSE YOU CANNOT LOOK OUT WITHOUT FIRST LOOKING IN))
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As the Easter holiday approaches, church members say they'll stay united, learn from Fuller's mistakes and move on. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke.))
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Police consider whether to charged a college student who made up her abduction story. The latest is still ahead.
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And President Bush brings his campaign to the Tar Heel State, presenting his plan to create more jobs.
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Palestinian officials say three bodies have been found near an Israeli settlement in the Gaza Strip.
This comes as Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon goes ahead with plans HE says will be good for Israel, and as Passover begins.
Drew Levinson reports.
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In Israel, everyones thoughts are on security-----here and in Gaza.


With clashes there again today .. - Prime Minister Ariel Sharon released more details of his plan to pull out of Gaza and partsof the West bank. Its a plan hell present to President Bush next week.

(SOT RANNAN GISSIN/ISRAELI SPOKESMAN)

WELL THERE IS NO DOUBT THAT THE DISENGAGEMENT PLAN WHICH THE PRIME MINISTER HAS INITIATED WILL BE GOOD FOR ISRAEL.
But Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat says the plan is not good enough for the Palestinians they want Israel also out of ALL of the West Bank.

(SOT YASSER ARAFAT/)

"He has to remember that he has to withdraw also, not just from Gaza, but also from the West Bank."

(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON/JERUSALEM)

WITH PASSOVER SET TO BEGIN AT SUNDOWN, POLICE HERE ON THE STREETS OF JERUSALEM REMAIN ON HIGH ALERT. HAMAS HAS PROMISED TO RETALIATE FOR ISRAELS ASSASSINATION OF THE MILITANT GROUPS LEADER. BUT THE BIG QUESTION REMAINS WHEN AND WHERE.

(NATSOUND BUSES)


With buses oftentimes targets of suicide bombers, security on board and at bus stops is tight. Almost everyone is a possible suspecteven the Israelis.

(SOT BENJAMIN LITTMAN/JERUSALEM RESIDENT)


SECURITY GUYS, TWO, THREE, TIMES ASK ME, IF I AM A BOMBER!
Here a soldier and two police officers check a mans identification at a crowded mall--thats him on the left smoking a cigarette.

(NATSOUND SECURITY CHECKPOINT)

Every vehicle entering the city is checked for explosives.high tech mobile x-ray machines examine bags.
Some may consider these drastic precautions, but Israelis call these drastic times. They also say theyre now normal times.

(SOT ADI ASHKENAZI/JERUSALEM RESIDENT)


"IT'S LIKE EVERY HOLIDAY, IT'S LIKE EVERY DAY. I DON'T KNOW HOW TO EXPLAIN, THIS IS OUR LIFE."

(shots of guy with flowers then soldiers)


During the Passover celebration-its tradition for a Jewish child to ask why is this night different from all other nights.tonight the answer will be Israel it IS no different. Drew Levinson, CBS News, Jerusalem. ))

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As President Bush works to keep his own job-- he's keeping some other members of America's workforce in mind.
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Bush arrived in Charlotte this morning to propose a more aggressive effort to retrain workers left behind.
He wants to double the number of people getting job- training help from the governments.
It's part of his election year effort to enable workers to adapt to the changing economy.
Since Bush took office, the economy has lost more than two- million jobs, especially in the manufacturing industry.
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No word yet whether University of Wisconsin student Audrey Seiler will face charges for faking her own abduction.


The 20- year- old made headlines across the country last week when she claimed to have been kidnapped, then admitted to making up the story.
Authorities carried on their investigation, despite suspicions that it was a hoax.
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((LARRY KAMHOLZ/MADISON, WI POLICE DEPT.: WE HAD NO CHOICE BUT TO CONTINUE ON THE INVESTIGATION AS WE WOULD ANY OTHER INVESTIGATION UNTIL WE WERE PRESENTED WITH SOME TYPE OF FACT OR INFORMATION THAT WOULD DETERMINE ONE WAY OR ANOTHER HOW THIS CASE WAS GOING TO UNFOLD.))
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The investigation cost nearly 75- thousand dollars.
Madison officials haven't yet said whether they'll try to recoup that money.

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You've heard the phrase "Save 7 lives", but it's something you really might do. Much more information is just ahead.

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And the country's two most successful programs prepare to meet once again for the women's college basketball title.
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[LifeNet]


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Every week, three Virginians die while waiting for an organ transplant that doesn't come in time.
LifeNET is the non- profit agency that handles organ and tissue donation in the Commonwealth.
The agency's spokesperson Dena Reynolds is here with us this afternoon to tell us more about it.
Good afternoon, Dena.

(Most of us have seen the ads that say one donor can save seven lives-- in addition to the T-V campaign you also have l

aunched a new web sites. Tell us a little about that.)

[SUPER=01-Dena Reynolds/LifeNet Spokesperson;]



(Does this work in conjunction with the D-M-V's organ donor program that people are already familiar with?)



(Once you make the decision to become an organ donor, family permission is no longer required in Virginia-- Are there a

ny exceptions to that rule?)

(We mentioned that LifeNet handles organ and tissue donation-- Who all makes up your group?)
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[FULL SCREEN WEB ADDRESS] Again, if you're interested in signing up to be an organ or tissue donor, you can access the LifeNet web site by logging on to our web page, W-D-B-J-7-DOT-COM.
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On Wall Street at Noon,
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the Dow was UP 17 points. Nasdaq was UP 4 points. [Tease3] [SPORTS MUSIC UNDER]
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The Huskies and Jackets get ready for their championship game. That story is just ahead in sports.
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And there's a new champion at the box office. We'll run down the weekend's most popular films.
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It's Connecticut and Georgia Tech for the N-C-Double-A title tonight.
You can catch it at 9 on Your Hometown Station. The Yellow Jackets and Huskies have each come a long way since their first meeting in November, and both coaches say they expected to reach this point.
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On the women's side, it will be Connecticut and Tennessee tomorrow night in a re- match of last year's final. Getting there was hardly easy for the Lady Vols, as Pat Summitt's crew got a fight from S-E-C rival LSU.
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Summitt was trying to light a fire under her team early.
Seimone Augustus and LSU took it to U-T, as the Tigers grabbed a 6 point halftime lead, holding Tennessee to just 19 first- half points.
But the Lady Vols rallied in the second half.
Shanna Zolman sticks the long 3- ball with the shot clock winding down.
[SUPER=33-LSU/50/Tennessee/52/;]

Then the crucial turnover by the Tigers led to this.
LaToya Davis scores with under 2 seconds left, and Tennessee hung on, 52-50.
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Tennessee faces Connecticut after the Huskies locked up the second spot in the final.
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Minnesota gave Uconn all it could handle.


Jamie Broback comes up with the turnover and converts at the other end.
The Gophers were within three with 6 minutes left.
[SUPER=33-Connecticut/67/Minnesota/58/;]


But Anne Strother stroked a triple for the Lady Huskies, who had just enough, winning 67 to 58.
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The Roanoke Express is preparing for the Kelly Cup Playoffs. They begin play tomorrow night at the Civic Center against Florida, after an amazing run over the final month of the season. The Express not only made it into the playoffs, the team wrapped up second place in the division and home ice in the first round.
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There's a new number one at the box office.
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''Hellboy'' with Ron Perlman took in an estimated 23 and a half million dollars in its opening weekend.
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0;] Finishing in the number-two slot was ''Walking Tall". Slipping to number-three was last weekend's top movie, the "Scooby-Doo 2 - Monsters Unleashed''. "Home on the Range" was fourth. Followed by the teen-age love story ''The Prince and Me.''
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