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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
A group of dogs and their owners raise thousands of dollars to fight cancer for all animalkind.
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[IN Q=I'm Drew Levinson in Jerusalem;]

((I'm Drew Levinson in Jerusalem. Its Easter today, and people here are celebrating. That story is coming up.))
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[OUT Q=That story is coming up;]
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We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes. [2-shot toss to Hello]

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Heavy rains and mudslides in Peru have claimed the lives of six-people and stranded 15-hundred tourist.
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[SUPER=03-Aguas Calientes, Peru]

A local official says six bodies that were found on a river bed were all local residents. The intense showers started Friday causing rivers to flood their banks and continued through Saturday. Near Peru's Machu Picchu Inca ruins mudslides washed away houses and covered train tracks cutting off transportation to and from the region's capital- and stranding tourists. In the meantime, authorities said they continue to search for missing residents.

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Police and rescue workers now say a blast near the Mexican-U.S. border has killed six people.
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[SUPER=03-Nuevo Progreso, Mexico]

The explosion happened just after nine yesterday morning in Northern Mexican town of Nuevo Progreso- after investigators say a gas leak was ignited. Hundreds of Texas emergency workers crossed the border to help in the recovery efforts. Dogs were brought in to search for victims, while cranes were used to remove larger debris.
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[SOT in 'hundreds cross border to help']
[IN Q=It was either...]

((RENE ALANIZ, MCALLEN FIRE DEPARTMENT: IT WAS EITHER A BUTANE LEAK OR AN ACETYLENE GAS LEAK, CAUSING A RAPID EXPLOSION. THIS IS A THREE STORY BUILDING AND APPARENTLY THE EXPLOSION OCCURRED ON THE SECOND FLOOR, WHERE THERE WAS A RESTAURANT.))
[SUPER=01-Rene Alaniz/McAllen Fire Department]
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[OUT Q= ...was a restaurant.]
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Investigators said the explosion appears to be accidental.
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[Israel-Easter]


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Christians around the world are celebrating Easter this morning. And, no place is the holiday more sacred than in Jerusalem where people have to come to pray and worship, but as Drew Levinson tells us not without a shadow of fear.

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[IN Q= NATS- BELLS RINGING]
[SUPER=03-Old Jerusalem/This Morning;]
[SUPER=01-Samuel Aghoyan/Church of the Holy Sepulchre;]
[SUPER=01-William Durland/Colorado Resident;]
[SUPER=01-Claire Galin/New Mexico Resident;]
[SUPER=01-Drew Levinson/CBS News]
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Easter Sunday in Jerusalem.The Christian Holy day in the Holy city.

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At the church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site believed to be where Jesus was crucified and resurrected followers prayed at Christs tomb.
For an Armenian Minister living here in Jerusalem, being at this church on this day gives him A feeling of being even closer to Christ.

(SOT: FR. SAMUEL AGHOYAN/CHURCH OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE)


HE LIVED HERE. HE ROSE FROM HERE. WE HAVE EVIDENE THAT HIS TOMB IS HERE.

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All weekend, Thousands Pilgrims from around the world including the United States flocked to this church.
For those being here, they say it is a blessing.

(SOT: WILLIAM DURLAND/COLORADO)


AS A CHRISTIAN IS IT A FEELING OF CLOSENESS? YES, SOME PEOPLE SAY THATYOU CAN FEEL THAT ANYWHERE, BUT WHEN YOU COME TO JERUSALEM, THE FEELING IS JUST MORE INTENSE.

(SOT:CLAIRE GALIN/NEW MEXICO)

HE WAS HERE HE, HE BREATHED THIS AIR, HE SAW THIS SKY, HE LIVED ON EARTH AND TO SEE THIS MEANS A LOT.

(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON/JERUSALEM)

ON THIS HOLY DAY FOR CHRISTIANS, THE JEWISH PASOVER HOLIDAY CONINTUES, AND THE TREAT OF ANOTHER TERRORIST ATTACK STILL LOOMS.

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Soldiers still check cars-Israel has been on high alert since the army assassinated the founder of Hamas nearly three weeks ago. The Palestinian militant group has vowed retaliation.
And just days before his trip to Washington, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon continues trying to sell his proposal for a pullout from Gaza. An Israeli Newspaper reports today that President Bush plans to give Sharon assurance Israel will not have to give up all its West Bank Settlements.
The business of making Peace between the Israelis and Palestinians continues here on the day of Peace for Christians here and around the world.
Drew Levinson, CBS News, Jerusalem.))


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A man wanted for a shootout in Virginia has been captured in Florida.
Federal Marshals caught up with 37-year old James Millard Reynolds near Tampa.
He was originally charged in a shootout in Cana (cain-nah) but never showed up for a hearing March 3rd.
Authorities say he's been on the run ever since, shaving his head, wearing an eye patch and even adding tattoes to mask his identity.
Reynolds is in custody in Florida- and will be brought back to Virginia to face charges.

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An accident in Roanoke County injured one person last night.
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The accident happened shortly before nine o'clock on Route 116 at the intersection of Aerospace Drive. Police say the driver of this car lost control, went through a guardrail, and came to rest on the embankment. The driver was transported to Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Police say the injuries do NOT appear to be life threatening.
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Cancer isn't just the leading cause of death among people - it's one of the top killers for animals as well.
That's why dogs and their owners took great strides at Virginia Tech yesterday to help raise thousands of dollars to help find a cure. Jennifer Wishon has more.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]
[SUPER=01-Regina Firestone/Dog Owner; :16]
[SUPER=01-Dr. John Robertson/College of Veterinary Medicine; :46]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1; :59 ]
[SUPER=01-Susan Caceci/Cancer Survivor; 1:06]
[SUPER=01-Daphne DePuy/American Cancer Society Vice-President; 1:37]
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[OUT Q=JW, News 7, Blacksburg.]

(( It's been about two and a half years since Brian and Regina Firestone's 13- year- old Black Lab Sabbath had a tumor removed from her brain. Seven months ago she underwent chemotherapy for another tumor. This one on her pituitary gland.
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[IN Q=We received some]

((REGINA FIRESTONE: WE RECEIVED SOME GOOD NEWS AND BAD NEWS. WE GOT THE GOOD NEWS THAT THE RADIATION HAD ACTUALLY WORKED... BUT WE FOUND OUT THAT HER INITIAL TUMOR HAD COME BACK.))
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That's why more than a hundred dogs and their owners joined forces Saturday at the College for Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech. They're raising money for cancer research so that dogs like Sabbath won't have to suffer.
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[IN Q=Cancer is probably]

((DR. ROBERTSON: CANCER IS PROBABLY THE FIRST OR SECOND CAUSE OF DEATH IN DOGS AND ONE OF THE MAJOR CAUSES OF DEATH IN CATS. IT ALSO AFFECTS HORSES AND CATTLE COMMONLY SO IT'S A HUGE PROBLEM.))
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[IN Q=The thousands of dollars]

((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: THE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS RAISED AT THE DOG WALK WILL NOT ONLY GO TOWARDS HELPING DOGS LIKE SABBATH WHO SUFFER FROM CANCER - IT WILL ALSO GO TOWARDS HELPING RESEARCH FOR HUMANS WITH CANCER.))
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[OUT Q=research for humans with cancer]
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[IN Q=I underwent chemotherapy]

((SUSAN CACECI: I UNDERWENT CHEMOTHERAPY LAST YEAR FOR BREAST CANCER SO I'M HERE FOR THAT REASON AS WELL BECAUSE I REALLY APPRECIATE EVERY MEDICAL COMMUNITY IN THE AREA AND THEN WITH THE WORK THAT DOCTOR ROBERTSON AND DIFFERENT PEOPLE ARE DOING. HOPEFULLY THEY'LL FIND A CURE SOME DAY.))
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At Virginia Tech more than 40 scientists work full time on cutting edge research to do just that. They've even formed a unique partnership with the American Cancer Society.
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[IN Q=The work that's being]

((DAPHNE DEPUY: THE WORK THAT'S BEING DONE HERE IS DEVELOPING SORT OF NOTORIETY AMONGST THE RESEARCH COMMUNITY AND CERTAINLY WITH OTHER COLLABORATIVE PARTNERS LIKE THE CARILION BIOMEDICAL INSTITUTE AND WE SEE LOTS OF GREAT FUTURE THINGS COMING OUT OF THIS WORK.))
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Work that's already made a difference. Susan Caceci and Sabbath are living proof. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Blacksburg.))

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Coming up, We'll take a look at your work week forecast
[ANCHOR=Brent]


and [take LIVE SHOT OF FOOD FULL] we're cooking up some egg-strodinary and unusual muffins for this week's Easter diner. But first here's a look at you almanac [Almanac Bump]
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[Health-Review]


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In health review, You can now get a sunless tan in under a minute. and, Diabetics are at increased risk for kidney disease. Plus, more dental services are now available for the uninsured and folks with low income in the New River Valley. Joy Sutton has more in health review.
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[SUPER=01-Michael VanLue/Radford University Professor; :08]
[SUPER=01-Richard Pantaleo/Free Clinic of the New River Valley; :30]
[SUPER=01-Kristal Adams/Customer; 1:04]
[SUPER=01-Robyn Goodpasture/Spa Va Owner; 1:36]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Jack Ballenger/Valley Nephrology Associates; 2:03]
[SUPER=07-David Myers; 2:43]
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The Free Clinic of the New River Valley has expanded it's dental services thanks to the help of Radford University.

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[IN Q=Rural populations tend to have]

((RURAL POPULATIONS TEND TO HAVE A HIGHER PREVALENCE OF ORAL HEALTH PROBLEMS AND IT'S MAINLY DO TO ACCESS)) [RUNS05]
[OUT Q=do to access]


The University helped the clinic get a three year grant, which made it possible to hire a full-time dentist.
That means that more adults who don't have dental insurance will now have access to care.
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[IN Q=Adults are traditionally neglected, they are not covered]

((ADULTS ARE TRADITIONALLY NEGLECTED, THEY ARE NOT COVERED BY MEDICAID, OR FAMIS PROGRAM, AND MANY COMMERCIAL INSURANCE PLANS DO NOT COVER DENTAL AND YOU HAVE TO BUY THEM AND MANY PEOPLE CAN'T AFFORD THAT. SO ADULTS HAVE ALWAYS FALLEN THROUGH THE CRACKS )) [RUNS10]
[OUT Q=through the cracks]


Patients do have to meet certain income guidelines and live in the New River Valley to qualify for care. The Free Clinic of the New River Valley does charge a 20 dollars fee for any dental service.
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There's a new sunless tanning option that can be done in under a minute. SPA VA brought the Magic tan to its salon about a month ago.
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[IN Q=I got it and maybe 10 minutes later I could]

((I GOT IT AND MAYBE 10 MINUTES LATER I COULD ALREADY TELL I HAD GOT SOMETHING AS THE DAY GOES ON THE COLOR COMES OUT MORE BY THE END OF THE NIGHT. I'M LIKE OH MY GOSH, I'M SO DARK. IT WAS REALLY AWESOME )) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=it was really awesome]

Here's how it works -- first you put on a barrier spray to protect your hands and feet, and a shower cap for your hair.
Then set the level of how dark you want to go 7, 8, or 9.
Once inside the booth you are sprayed several times with a mist which is a self-tanner and bronzer combined.
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[IN Q=The true color kicks in in like]

((THE TRUE COLOR KICKS IN LIKE 3 HOURS, WHEN YOU TAKE A SHOWER THAT NIGHT YOU WILL RINSE OF SOME OF THAT PRODUCT. BUT YOU'RE REALLY NOT LOSING YOUR TAN JUST LOSING THE TINT OF THE PRODUCT AS IT GOES ON )) [RUNS13]
[OUT Q=product as it goes on]

The results can last five days or more depending on your skin tone. The cost for one session is 30 dollars at SPA VA.
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In other news, David Myers was diagnosed with diabetes as child --and that eventually led to kidney disease later in life.
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[IN Q=Millions of Americans are affected]

(( MILLIONS OF AMERICANS ARE AFFECTED BY DIABETES. IT HAS BECOME THE LEADING CAUSE OF KIDNEY FAILURE THAT REQUIRES DIALYSIS AND TRANSPLANTATION )) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=dialysis and transplantation]


The symptoms of kidney disease include lower back pain, frequent urination, bloody urine, and puffiness around the eyes.
But often there are no symptoms -- that's why getting tested is so important. Diabetics can also reduce their risk.


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[IN Q=Research has shown that effective control]

((RESEARCH HAS SHOWN THAT EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF BLOOD SUGAR AND PRESSURE OVER THE LONG TERM CAN PREVENT THE KIDNEY FROM EVER BEING TARGETED IN THE FIRST PLACE)) [RUNS13]
[OUT Q= in the first place]


Myers ended up with kidney failure --and had to have a kidney transplant.
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[IN Q=My life is a gift]

((MY LIFE IS A GIFT AND I NEVER TAKE IT FOR GRANTED AND ESPECIALLY WITH HIGH RISK PEOPLE ALWAYS BE AWARE THE KIDNEY FAILURE IS A DEFINITE POSSIBILITY)) [RUNS15]
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That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton.))

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[TAKE KIDNEY BOARD FS]
The National Kidney Foundation of the Virginias will be offering free screenings on April 24th at Lakeside Baptist Church in Salem from 9 am to 12 pm. For more information call 540-562-0992.
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State lawmakers are looking ahead to a possible break in the budget impasse.
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Last week, a number of House Republicans took a stand to pass a bill that raises almost a billion dollars in taxes. The bill would increase the state sales tax by half a penny and add 30-cents to the cigarette tax. Democrat Delegate Onzlee (ahnz-ley) Ware says he's talked to hundreds of constituents over the past few weeks who say they're open to a tax increase.
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((DEL. ONZLEE WARE/(D) ROANOKE: I THINK PEOPLE ARE RESIGNED TO THE FACT THAT THE REVENUE IS JUST NOT THERE AND THE ONLY WAY WE'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO RAISE IT AND PROTECT OUR CORE RESPONSIBILITIES TO SCHOOLS AND THROUGHOUT THE COMMONWEALTH WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO HAVE SOME TYPE OF TAX INCREASE.))
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Ware says he doesn't think the budget which comes out of the house will be the final budget, but is encouraged by the progress. He also hopes the past few weeks will serve as a lesson to all legislators.
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[IN Q=I think it will]

((DEL. ONZLEE WARE/(D) ROANOKE: I THINK IT WILL SET A PRECEDENT WHERE DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS CAN GOVERN RESPONSIBLY AND FORM A COALITION TO MORE THIS COMMONWEALTH FORWARD.))
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[OUT Q=this commonwealth forward.]
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Ware calls the Republicans who have compromised on a tax increase "courageous" and hopes they hold to their beliefs on

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Master artisans had a chance to show their stuff this weekend in Roanoke.
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It was all part of the Celebrations Art Expo, held at the Wyndham hotel. Dozens of artists from around the region, as well as from across the country- showcased their painting, sculpting, glass blowing as well as other works. Organizers of the event say art serves as a living history, and more works should be shown.
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((DIANE GALLANT/CELEBRATIONS ART EXPO; I THINK THAT LIFE IS ABOUT ART AND OUR HISTORY IS BASED ON ARTWORKS THAT DEPICT THE LIFE OF OUR PEOPLE, AND THAT HAS MANY FACES, SO I THINK THAT PRESERVING THAT IS ONE OF THE MOST ESSENTIAL THINGS THAT OUR SOCIETY HAS TO OFFER THE NEXT GENERATION.))
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[OUT Q=the next generation.]
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Visitors to the expo had the chance to take home works of art, or just take a look around at several displays.
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If you're planning to hit the ground running this spring, be sure to take stretching in stride. Brent tells us why

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[take sunday shape-up full screen] In today's Sunday Shape-up.
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