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Up next on News 7 at five-
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A reason to celebrate in Sarajevo- A plan to end the war in Bosnia is reached-
The autopsy is complete on Olympic Skater Sergei Gringov.
Plus the smart highway is supposed to go here, but it's hit a roadblock.
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Wx-Heads
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The winds are still whipping out of the northwest. Things will settle down tomorrow and Thanksgiving looks rather cloudy.

MEDICAL-hEADS


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On Health Check-- A popular toddler's toy is criticized as unsafe.
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Plus, a report for working moms who want to continue breast feeding their babies.
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Celebrations are on in Sarajevo - while an ocean away in Ohio a Bosnian Peace Plan is reached.
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5-Bosnia


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Good Evening this is NEWS-7 at FIVE...
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The President Broke the news today-
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The Presidents' of Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia have agreed to end the war in Bosnia.
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((PRESIDENT CLINTON: THE STATE WILL BE MADE UP OF TWO PARTS, THE BOSNIAN CROATIAN FEDERATION AND THE BOSNIAN SERB REPUBLICAN WITHA FAIR DISTRIBUTION OF LAND BETWEEN THE TWO. THE CAPITAL CITY OF SARAJEVO WILL REMAIN UNITED. THERE WILL BE AN EFFECTIVE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT INCLUDING A NATIONAL PARLIAMENT, A PRESIDENCY AND A CONSTITUTIONAL COURT.))
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A peace signing ceremony was just moments ago.
Now comes the work of enforcing the agreement.
The President wants to send U-S troops as part of a NATO peacekeeping force, but Congress may oppose it.
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5-Smart-Road


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Plans for the so-called Smart Road linking Blacksburg and Interstate 81 may have run into a dead end.
Last night the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors voted NOT to rezone 140 acres of agriculture and forest land needed for the highway.
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Tracy Altizer joins us from Blacksburg. Tracy, what's the reaction from smart road planners?
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Jean, they're absolutely stunned.
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I spoke to State Transportation Secretary Robert Martinez on the phone and he listed off seven resolutions the board passed between 1989 and 1993 in FAVOR of the smart road.
That was with full knowledge that that land would eventually have to be rezoned.
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The land in question is situated in the Ellett Valley.
Environmentalists and some homeowners there have consistently opposed the smart road, but the majority of the board had supported it until two members changed their votes last night.
Now, two million dollars into the planning based on that earlier support, V-DOT must decide whether to take the matter to court.
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((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT: WHERE THE SMART ROAD GOES FROM HERE IS A MATTER OF SPECULATION. OUR ATTORNEYS WILL NEED TO LOOK AT THE DECISION THE BOARD HAS MADE AND THERE ARE ANY NUMBER OF DIRECTIONS WE MIGHT TAKE. BUT FIRST WE NEED TO DECIDE IF WE'RE GOING TO PROCEED WITH THE PROJECT. ))
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Now Secretary Martinez says he's not in the business of pushing projects that people don't want and elected officials don't support.
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But he doesn't believe the supervisors have considered all the ramifications, and he's hoping to convince them of the project's merits.
(QUESTION: What are some of the ramifications?)



5-Ward


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The younger of two brothers wanted for a murder in Henry County has surrendered to police.
18-year-old Harden Ward turned himself in to authorities in Prince George's County, Maryland this morning.
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Meanwhile, the search is still on for 24- year- old Michael Ward.
Both brothers are suspects in last month's shooting death of 25 -year- old Orbin Smith.
The Wards are also wanted in connection with five armed robberies in Henry County.
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An unrelated armed robbery occurred in the county just last night.
Authorities say at around 11-30, someone robbed the Kroger store on Route 220- South.
So far no one's been arrested.

5-Rogers


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Police think he may be responsible for a five state killing spree, and today alleged serial killer Glen Rogers made a brief appearance in a Kentucky courtroom.
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Rogers was arraigned on charges related to a high speed chase with state police.
The 33 year old Ohio native is a suspect in the murders of four women, all of whom he met in bars.
The women were found stabbed or strangled to death.
Investigators also want to question Rogers in connection with the murder of a Kentucky man who once shared a home with Rogers.
Rogers is described as a drifter who has moved around the country and worked a variety of jobs.
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Straight ahead on NEWS-7 at FIVE--one presidential hopeful calls it quits.
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And an autopsy reveals the cause of death of Olympic gold medalist Sergei Grinkov.
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On Health Check--
A consumers group has a warning about a very popular toy-- it may be unsafe for toddlers.
And a scientific committee recommends the government approve Rogaine, as a treatment for baldness without a prescription. 2-SHOT
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Patrick is looking for ways to eat healthy even during the holiday season.
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He and a dietician will cruise the aisles of a grocery store with some hints, when NEWS-7 continues. cc sponsor

5-Specter


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The Republican Presidential field is getting smaller.
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Senator Arlen Specter is dropping out of the race.
A senior campaign official says the Pennsylvania lawmaker will give up his bid.
The aide says all that's left is a formal announcement, possibly tomorrow.
Specter presented himself as the sole republican candidate who supported abortion rights.
His campaign though apparently lacked funds and popular support.
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5-Welfare-Reform


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Welfare reform is just seven weeks old in central Virginia, but so far it seems to be working.
That's the word from area social services directors who say they're mostly pleased with the changes to this point.
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Steve Smallshaw joins us from Lynchburg... Steve, are the reforms working as planned, are people slowly being weaned off welfare benefits?
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Jean, it may still be too early to tell, but area social workers say they've
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been surprised with how well the changes have been received.
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A big part of that has been changing the mindset of many recipients who have felt it was not in their best interests to get off welfare.
Officials say despite what the public might think, many of these people do want to find work.
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((SHARON SWEDLOW/WELFARE REFORM COORDINATOR: AND I THINK THERE WAS A MINDSET THAT WELFARE RECIPIENTS WERE LAZY, THAT WELFARE RECIPIENTS WERE NOT PREPARED FOR WORK OR THAT WELFARE RECIPIENTS FELT THAT THEY DIDN'T HAVE TO SHOW UP ALL THE TIME BECAUSE THEY HAD WELFARE TO BACK THEM UP.)) ((JEAN EBERHARDT/EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: MOST PEOPLE THAT I HAVE SEEN HAVE BEEN VERY POSITIVE. THERE ARE A COUPLE THAT HAVE REAL QUESTIONS, BUT FOR THE MOST PART, PEOPLE ARE SAYING "OH BOY".))
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And officials say the community support also is starting to come together.
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We'll have more on that at 6. Jean?

5-First-Fridays


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One fund raising organization in Roanoke celebrated it's seventh year today by donating more than 60-thousand dollars to charities.
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First Fridays is a non-profit organization that raises money by holding social events on the first Friday of every month in Downtown Roanoke.
Organizers say the fund raising helps fill the gap left by the government.
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((LISA DOWNIE/FIRST FRIDAYS PRESIDENT: WELL, WITH A LOT OF THE CUT BACKS, GOVERNMENT CUT BACKS, WITH A LOT OF CHARITIES THEY'RE LOOKING FOR OTHER WAYS TO GET FUNDING AND THIS S A WAY WE CAN GIVE MONEY TO CHARITIES IN ROANOKE. ALL THE MONEY HAS TO STAY IN ROANOKE. THAT'S THE CRITERIA.))
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First Fridays donated money to more than a dozen organizations including Mill Mountain Theater, Salvation Army, Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
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Many people promise themselves they'll watch what they eat AFTER the holidays. But some dieticians say you can start right now.
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5-DIET


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Yesterday we got a taste of vegetarian holiday fare, today we're going to find out more about eating healthy during this season of food and fun. DOUBLE BOX JEAN/PATRICK
Joining Patrick today is a registered Dietician who has some advice on how to avoid your weight loss resolution NEXT year.
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The Cavaliers may have lost big to the Hokies last weekend, but six UVa players have been named to the All A-C-C Team. Mike has that story in the Two Minute Ticker.
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On Health Check, many working mothers still want to breast feed their babies.
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It's possible, as more and more companies are making it easier on them.
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((THERE ARE OVER ONE HUNDRED COMPANIES IN THE UNITED STATES THAT HAVE A FORMAL WORKSITE PROGRAM WHERE THEY HAVE A PLACE TO PUMP, THEY PROVIDE THE PUMP, THEY PROVIDE ACCESS TO A LACTATION CONSULTANT.))
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5-Grinkov


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Two-time Olympic pairs figure skating champion Sergei Grinkov was suffering from severe heart disease.
The 28-year-old died yesterday during a practice session in Lake Placid, New York.
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The doctor who conducted the autopsy found that one of Grinkov's major coronary arteries was virtually closed.
Also, Grinkov's heart was enlarged due to high blood pressure.
Doctors say there was evidence that the skater had a heart attack within 24 hours of his death.
The autopsy also showed NO trace of drugs or alcohol.
Grinkov died yesterday after collapsing on the ice during a practice session with his wife.
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5-Breast-Feeding


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Leaving a baby at home to go back to work can be an emotional challenge for mothers-- especially if they still want to breast feed.
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(( It's becoming increasingly popular though for working moms to keep up with their babies' needs by pumping breast milk at work.
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((BECAUSE I WAS WORKING AND I WASN'T GOING TO BE HERE THAT MUCH AND I THOUGHT IT WAS IMPORTANT TO HAVE THAT BOND WITH YOUR CHILD AND THEN ALSO THE HEALTH BENEFITS. ))
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Michelle Balcovic's mother-in-law feeds baby Nicholas bottled milk that Michelle pumped during the previous workday.
It takes two 15-minute pumping sessions, during which both breasts are pumped simultaneously.
There is greater awareness today about the benefits of breast feeding than there was ten years ago, and more women are attempting to breast feed.
Successful breast feeding at work really starts here in the hospital.
Studies have shown that women who nurse within the first hour of delivery will breast feed longer with fewer problems
Lactation consultant Nancy Kavanagh says breast feeding moms are happier and their babies usually suffer from fewer illnesses-- so they take fewer days off-- a benefit for their employers.
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((NANCY KAVANAGH/LACTATION CONSULTANT: SHE'LL BE MORE RELIABLE, THERE WILL BE LESS MATERNAL ABSENTEEISM. STUDIES SHOW THAT THERE IS A DECREASE OF 27% IN MATERNAL ABSENTEEISM IF SHE IS BREAST FEEDING AND PUMPING AT WORK ))
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Over a hundred companies in the U.S. have a formal worksite program where they provide a place to pump, the pump itself and access to a lactation consultant.
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Still, just slightly more than half of American women initiate breast feeding after delivery.
After one year, that number drops to six percent-- far too low for the World Health Organization, which recommends babies be breast fed for two years.

5-Baldness-Drug


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A federal advisory panel is recommending that balding Americans should be able to buy the hair-growth drug "Rogaine"' without a prescription.
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Advisors say if Rogaine is well labeled, consumers should be able to determine whether or not they have the kind of hereditary baldness that the drug can treat.
There is concern, though that people will expect miracles from the drug-- which doesn't help everyone.
The F-D-A usually follows the panel's recommendations.
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5-Toy


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Parents are being reminded to monitor the toys their children receive this Holiday Season.
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The 1994 Child Safety Protection Act requires tough choke hazard labels on toys with balloons, balls and other small parts.
But the U.S. Public Interest Group says many toys-- like these Fisher Price "Little People" are simply not safe because they don't pass the choke test-- meaning they contain parts smaller than the width of a toilet paper roll.
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((ED MIERZWINSKI/US PUBLIC INTEREST RESEARCH GROUP: JUST BECAUSE A TOY DOES NOT APPEAR ON THE PIRG LIST, DOES NOT MEAN IT'S A SAFE TOY. OUR TOYS ARE ONLY MEANT TO BE EXAMPLES OF SOME OF THE DANGEROUS TOYS AND HAZARDS THAT YOU MAY FIND AROUND THE HOLIDAY SEASON.))
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For more about toy safety, and the importance of toys as educational or developmental toys, join us this Thanksgiving-- Thursday-- on News 7 at FIVE when we'll have a full report. 2-shot-toss
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Big honors for several Virginia Cavaliers--
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And some of them have roots right here in the Valley--let's check in with Mike Stevens.

S5-Football


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Good evening everybody and welcome to the Tuesday two minute ticker.
Let's begin with some great news for Cave Spring graduate Tiki and Rhonde Barber.
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The UVa starters were each named to the All-ACC first team all conference squad by the associated press today.
Tiki was the second leading vote getter on the offense, trailing only Florida State's Warrick Dunn.
Rhonde lands on the first team all-conference squad for the second straight season, earning his honors of course from his defensive cornerback position. And considering how Rhonde has struggled somewhat this year with injuries and his play, I'm sure he;s thrilled with that award.
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Joining Tiki and Rhonde as first team selections are Offensive tackle Jason Augustino, Punter Will Brice, Place Kicker, Rafael Garcia and defensive back Percy Ellsworth.

S5-Stuff


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While most of use are starting to think about the turkey that awaits us later in the week, the Roanoke Express is just hoping to avoid looking like a turkey when they hit the ice tomorrow night in Norfolk to battle Hampton Roads.
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The Express worked out at the Roundhouse this afternoon before boarding a bus and heading to Tidewater.
Roanoke play the Admirals at the Scope tomorrow night and then returns home to face them at the Roanoke Civic Center on Thanksgiving night.
Head coach Frank Anzalone says the key to the two games is getting a fast start.
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And last night in Miami, Dan Marino tossed two touchdowns to tie Fran Tarkenton on the all-time TD passing list with 342. This one in the first quarter was reeled in by Gary Clark - his first as a Dolphin.
But this game belonged to Elvis Grbak and the 49ers as they shredded the Miami defense and rolled to a 44-to-20 win.
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Much more coming your way at six including some racing news and the Woods and Mock Motorsports unveil their new colors for next season.
Have a good night everybody. take a break

5-Diana


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The Princess of Wales took to the British airwaves last night-
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talking about her husbands infidelity.
Princess Diana says there were three of us in the marriage- it was a bit crowded.
Diana also told the world she doesn't want a divorce.
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((PRINCESS DIANA: I DON'T WANT A DIVORCE BUT OBVIOUSLY WE NEED TO CARRY ON IN A SITUATION THAT HAS BEEN OF ENORMOUS DISCUSSION OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS IN PARTICULAR SO ALL I HAVE TO SAY TO THAT IS THAT I AWAIT MY HUSBANDS DECISION OF WHICH WAY WE'RE ALL GOING TO GO.))
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Diana also admitted to a fling of her own, with James Hewitt-
The interview will be shown on ABC Friday night.

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He's known to children as "Silly Billy".
But Bill Dallas Lewis has a serious message.
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Lewis is the nationally known author of the "Silly Billy" books for kids.
He visited Roanoke's Academy for Mathematics and Science today.
Lewis told students that if they read, they can do anything.
Lewis witnessed the L-A riots first hand.
He then quit his sales job so he could write books fostering a love of learning, harmony, and respect for differences.
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We'll have the story and the rest of the news, weather and sports coming up on News-7 at Six.