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Coming up on news seven at eleven
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farmers in our area are still trying to recover from the big snow storm.
Some say its costing them time and money.
And Red Cross officials are asking for your help.
The winter storms has slowed down scheduled blood drives.
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The Cowboys and Steelers are super bowl bound.
News seven at eleven is next.

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Good evening.
Farmers in our area are still trying
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to recover from last week's winter storms.
Some say the snow is costing them money and time-- and they say it's not melting fast enough.
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The Red Cross also needs help.
The winter storms have slowed down scheduled blood drives.
They are hoping residents of the Roanoke Valley will be in the spirit of giving during tomorrow's Lee-Jackson-King day.
SUPER=03-Glasgow;


And a boarded up elementary school in Glasgow has been transformed into a housing haven for senior citizens, the handicapped, and disabled.
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And the Cowboys and Steelers are on their way to Tempe, Arizona.
We'll bring you those stories and all the news, weather, and sports at eleven.

Bosnia


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An eerie sight for American troops above Sarajevo during the delicate peace mission-- Shells flying overhead.
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Bosnian Serbs lit up the sky last night with flares and tracer rounds... in celebration of the Orthodox New Year.
Machine gun fire could also be heard around the city.
The most active parts were in Bosnian-Serb held residential areas.
No injuries were reported.
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Israel-Germany


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Israeli President Ezer Weizman began a four-day visit to Germany today by paying homage to Jews who died at a Nazi Concentration camp outside Berlin.
Weizman, accompanied by German President Roman Gerzog, laid a wreath at the remains of the Berlin camp's gas chamber and crematorium.
An estimated 100-thousand people died at the camp, including 10-thousand Jews.
Weizman's visit was only the second by an Israeli head of state.
Two thousand police officers were put on high alert for the trip.
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Russia


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Russian forces kept up the pressure on Chechen rebels who are holding more than 100 hostages in a tiny village in the southern republic of Dagestan.
The siege is now in its sixth day.
The Russians moved hundreds of troops forward--and then moved them back again.
Earlier, the Russians were ready to attack.
But now Moscow extended the deadline for the release of the hostages... while at the same time stonewalling on the Chechens' demand for safe passage over the border to their breakaway republic.
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Monty-Ax


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A Florida man was killed this morning in Montgomery County as he a attempted to help a stranded motorist.
It happened around 6:45 on Interstate 81 near exit 1-18.
Police say 55-year-old Alfred Dell Brown was trying to flag down a passing motorist with a flashlight when he was struck by an 89 Chevy Bretta.
He died at the scene.
Police say it appears to be accidental.

Snow-Farmers


ANCHOR=Ron
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Farmers faced new challenges when mother nature dumped two and a half feet of snow on them last week.
For some the winter blast meant a loss of revenue--for others it was just a nuisance.
Denise Allen reports.
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(( The snowfall didn't stop milk production at Jeff Henderson's dairy farm.
But Henderson couldn't move the milk and ended up dumping 10-thousand pounds. ((JEFF HENDERSON/DAIRY FARMER: THE MILK TRUCK COULDN'T GET HERE. THE DRIFT AND THE ROAD CONDITIONS. THE MILK TRUCK JUST COULDN'T MAKE IT ALL THE WAY AROUND. HE GOT WHAT HE COULD GET AND TOOK IT TO THE PLANT AND SOME PLANTS HE COULDN'T GET TO.))
Henderson will be re-embursed for his product by the Mid-American Dairymen Co-op. ((BUT IT'S STILL NOT GETTING TO THE PLANTS AND TO THE CONSUMER, SO SOMEBODY'S GOING TO HAVE TO PAY FOR IT AND I THINK IT'S MORE OR LESS PASSED OUT BETWEEN ALL OF US.))
30 inches of snow gives new meaning to working hard on the farm.
Farmers say they spend four hours on chores that normally take an hour.
First, just getting to the cattle was a problem. ((JAMES FIREBAUGH, JR/FARMER: WE COULDN'T WALK IN IT. IN PLACES THERE WERE FOUR, FIVE OR SIX FEET DEEP DRIFTS. WE HAD TO MOVE IT TO GET TO THE CATTLE.)) ((HENDERSON: WE JUST ENDED UP PUTTING SACKS OF GRAIN ON OUR BACKS AND CARRYING HAY BAILS THROUGH THE SNOW DRIFTS AND WADING THROUGH THEM UP TO OUR WAISTS JUST TO GET TO THE CATTLE.))
The Firebaughs used a back-hoe to break the ice on their ponds and then cleared a path so the cattle could get to their water supply.
The warmer temperatures seem to be a welcome relief to everyone.
But with two more months of winter yet to come, these farmers say they're prepared to face mother nature's wrath again--before the spring thaw.
Denise Allen News 7. ))

Disabled


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Snow and ice make getting around difficult for everyone.
But if you're disabled winter weather can make leaving the home impossible.
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Wheelchairs don't move through snow and ice.
The winter weather also changes the terrain, making it difficult for the blind to find their way.
Christene Montgomery, a member of the Mayor's Committee For the Disabled, says keeping your sidewalks clear will help.
But she says staying in touch with your neighbors is the most important thing to do.
And it's not just the disabled that need help making it through the winter weather.
Montgomery says you should also check in on people who are injured and on crutches or use canes.
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((CHRISTENE MONTGOMERY/MAYOR'S COMMITTEE FOR THE DISABLED: THE ELDERLY AND SOME PEOPLE THAT ARE PARALYZED HAVE IMPAIRED CIRCULATION. SO THEY HAVE A DANGER OF FROST BITE. SO THEY'RE NOT ABLE TO STAY OUT AS LONG, TO DO THE SNOW REMOVAL IF THEY COULD.))
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Montgomery also wants to remind everyone that the disabled often need help year round.
Many need assistance around the house or getting to the grocery store.


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Coming up,
The Red Cross is feeling the pressure.
They need blood to replenish their supplies after last week's storm.
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And,
A routine training maneuver turns out to be more than a Texas pilot bargained for.
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We're starting to see a few clouds out there-- but certainly no complaints after the way today turned out.
It was very pleasant around the region-- with above normal temperatures.
But the arrival of a cold front will cool us down just a bit.
More on that-- and the snow melt-- coming up a little later in the forecast.
We hope you stay with us. MUSIC UP FULL
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Plane-Flips


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A Texas man is lucky to be alive after his small plane went out of control during practice maneuvers today.
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Authorities say the pilot was practicing touch and go landings when his aircraft hit the ground too hard.
The plane went out of control, slid down the runway and flipped.
The pilot was treated at the scene for minor injuries.
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BLOOD-DRIVE


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Blood is in short supply, and the Red Cross is asking for your help.
The recent winter storms have canceled blood donor drives during the past week and a half.
Officials say the blood shortage has caused some elective surgeries to be canceled when the possibility a transfusion was expected.
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Red Cross officials have scheduled an emergency blood drive to help alleviate the problem.
The drive is all day tomorrow, a holiday for some.
Officials hope that many will decide to celebrate Lee-Jackson-King Day by giving the gift of life.
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((NORMA TOMLINSON/RED CROSS HEAD NURSE: IT MIGHT BE YOU OR ME THAT NEEDS THE BLOOD. SO WE CERTAINLY NEED TO GET AS MANY PEOPLE AS WE CAN AND I UNDERSTAND THEY HAVE INCREASED THE STAFF FOR MONDAY SO WE WOULD BE ABLE TO HANDLE MORE PEOPLE.))
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The drive is tomorrow at the Roanoke Donor Center on Church Avenue.
The hours are 8-30 to five in the afternoon.
All blood types are needed.
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VMI


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This week, Justice Department Lawyers will present closing arguments in the government's bid
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to force the Virginia Military Institute to accept women.
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The six-year legal battle comes to a climax Wednesday.
The Clinton administration will ask the nation's highest court to force the state-supported school to admit women.
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The lawyers also plan to argue that Mary Baldwin College's women's leadership program is unconstitutional.
V-M-I is one of two state-supported, male-only military colleges in the nation.
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The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, also is under legal attack -- but that dispute is at a standstill pending the outcome of the V-M-I case.
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Skyline-Manor


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Students left Glasgow Elementary School for the last time several years ago.
Now, an older age group is in the halls of the once boarded up school.
Jay Moore has the story.
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(( Small children use to roam these halls.
But now a different age group is learning its way around the old schoolhouse.
The town and county teamed up with a private company to turn this.... into this.
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((JAY MOORE/REPORTER: IN 1939 GLASGOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OPENED. IT CLOSED IN THE 80S AND NOW HAS REOPENED AS A HISTORIC LANDMARK. ))
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The historical aspect helped the town get financial aid to turn the school into 32 apartments.
They're designed for one TO two people who are 62 or older, handicapped, or disabled.
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((HELEN CASH/SKYLINE MANOR MANAGER: THE BUILDING HAD JUST ABOUT GONE. IT NOW CAN BE USED AND HOPE MAKE USE OF FOR A LONG TIME AND TO HELP THESE ELDERLY PEOPLE WHO NEED PLACES TO LIVE. ))
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Edith Wallace found she needed a new place to live when it became too difficult for her to get in and out of her home.
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((EDITH WALLACE: IT WAS HARD FOR ME TO GET UP AND DOWN THE HILL SO I HAD TO FIND A LEVEL PLACE TO LIVE.))
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The manor has many nearby conveniences.
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((HELEN CASH: THE POST OFFICE IS ACCESSIBLE. THE BANK IS ACCESSIBLE. WE HAVE OUR GROCERY STORES AND FILLING STATIONS. SO EVERYTHING IS RIGHT HERE THAT THEY'LL NEED. ))
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The residents pay according to their monthly income.
And water and sewer are included.
With all this what more could residents what....
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((EDITH WALLACE: I'M PLANING ON MAKING A LOT OF FRIENDS HERE. I NEED PEOPLE TO TALK TO. ))
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It may be awhile before Wallace has anyone to talk to.
Currently, there's only two people living there.
But by roll call next month, management expects classes to be half full.
In Glasgow, Jay Moore, News 7.))

Business-Review


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The winter storm affected a lot of businesses in our region --but hardware stores did well in the deep snow.
SS=Bell Atlantic


And the possibility of a strike at Bell Atlantic melts away.
SS=Business Review


Len Besthoff recaps the week's top economic stories in southwest and central Virginia with the News-7 Business Review.
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(( Nat Sot
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Perhaps the only retailers benefitting from the Blizzard of 96 were the ones selling shovels, sleds, and groceries.
Dominion Hardware in Danville, for example, had no shortage of customers.
Most stores weren't as lucky...the ones at the malls closed for two days.
For them, the Blizzard of 96 compounded the losses from a so-so holiday shopping season.
The largest law firm in our area has become even bigger.
Woods, Rogers and Hazlegrove has merged with a Charlottesville firm and will also open a new office in Washington, D-C.
First Union earned one-and-a-half-BILLION-dollars last year, as reported in a statement that includes its latest acquisition, the First Fidelity bank.
And Bell Atlantic and the union representing more than 12-hundred workers in our area have reached a tentative agreement on the most general issues in their contract dispute.
The union members have worked without a contract for five months.
Checking the Dow Jones Industrial Average for the week, it dropped 120 points, closing at 5061-point-1-2.
Len Besthoff, with the News-7 Business Review. Nat Sot
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Coming up,
Roy will tell us about today's N-F-L Conference Championship games.
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And,
We'll show you eight Taiwanese couples who tied the knot in an unusual spot today.
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Feedback-01/07


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A recent story about two Virginia Tech football players drew an instant response from a viewer.
Here's assignment editor Joe McKean with News-7 feedback.
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(( A story in our noon newscast on the federal lawsuit filed against Tech and football players Tony Morrison and James Crawford brought a reponse within minutes from a viewer in Blacksburg.
She sent an E-mail note, defending the university's system for handling complaints such as this, in which a student accused the players of raping her.
"Because of the sensitive nature of this issue it is the (alleged rape) VICTIM'S choice as to whether or not the case is tried by the University judiciary system or taken to criminal court. The lawyer [for the student] just made it sound like it is university policy to handle cases internally and diminish the severity of the accusation, and this is just not so. If the victim does not want to involve other family members or expose details to public scrutiny, she may choose to keep all information within the confines of the university. While I do not know any details of this case, I do know that the university judiciary system has worked fair and justly in the past."
Whether you want to respond within minutes of seeing a news story, or want to reflect a bit, you can get in touch with us by mail at News-7 Feedback, PO Box 7, Roanoke, Virginia, 24022.
Send your faxes to Feedback at area code 540-343-7269.
And for E-mail, our address is WDBJ7@teleweb.com.
Joe McKean, News-7.))

S-Cowboys


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Emmitt Smith rushed for three touchdowns and Troy Aikman passed for two as the Dallas Cowboys beat the Green Bay Packers 38 to 27 and earn a spot in the Super Bowl.
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Both of Aikman's T-D passes were to wide receiver Michael Irvin. In the first quarter Aikman hits Irvin on this 6 yard T-D pass and Dallas led 7 to 3.
After a Packer turnover, Aikman struck again this time going to Irvin on the four yard scoring pass and the Cowboys led 14 to 3.
But league M-V-P Brett Favre went to work. He hits Robert Brooks on the slant and Brooks out runs the Cowboy secondary to score from 73 yards out and the Packers trailed 14 to 10 still in the first quarter.
Green bay added another score in the quarter. Favre going over the middle to tight end Keith Jackson from 25 yards out and the Packers took the 17 to 14 lead.
Smith scored two touchdowns in the SUPER=30-Dallas/=38/Green
Bay/=27;fourth quarter including a 13 yard run and the Cowboys advance with

the 38 to 27 win over the Packers.
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((EMMITT SMITH/COWBOYS RUNNING BACK: )) ((TROY AIKMAN/COWBOYS QUARTERBACK: ))
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The Cowboys are going to the Super Bowl for a record 8-th time and the third time in four years.

S-Steelers


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For the first time in 16 years, the Pittsburgh Steelers are going to the Superbowl.
Bam Morris scored from the one yard line with over a minute left as the Steelers beat the Indianapolis colts 20 to 16.
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It was a battle of field goals in the first and second quarter Cary blanchard's 36 yarder gave the Colts a 6 to 3 lead.
Pittsburgh scored the only touchdown of the first half Neil O'donnell throwing the 5 yard touchdown pass to Kordell Stewart and the Steelers led 10 to 6 at the half.
Both teams added field goals in the third and in the fourth Jim Harbaugh hooks up with Floyd Turner on the 47 yard touchdown pass and the Colts took the 16 to 13 lead.
But Pittsburgh answered. O'donnell goes to the air and he hits Ernie Mills, who makes a super coach on the sideline for a big gain all the way to the Colt one yard line.
Two plays later Morris takes the handoff and bulls his way over for the score and Pittsburgh took the 20 to 13 lead.
But the game came down the final
SUPER=30-Pittsburgh/=20/Indianapolis/=16;play Harbaugh throws the Hail Mary

into the end zone the ball slips through Aaron Bailey's hands and hits the turf the Steelers win it 20 to 16.
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((BILL COWHER/STEELERS HEAD COACH: ))
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, U-Mass center Marcus Camby will remain in a New York hospital overnight North Carolina beats Clemson.
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And Mike Stevens visited with South Boston's Ward Burton on the Winston Cup Media Tour.
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S-Carolina


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Clemson is no longer among the ranks of the undefeated. The Tigers Ran into a hot North Carolina team this afternoon at the Dean Dome in Chapel Hill.
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Dean Smith's young Tar Heels got the jump on the Tigers early.
Jeff McGinnis pulls up and nails the baseline jumper and North Carolina led 27 to 20 half way through the first half.
Clemson would take it to the hoop Greg Buckner on the drive scores the layup and the Tigers trailed 27 to 22.
But Carolina was just to strong on this play Antwain Jamison takes the alley oop and slams it down and the Tar heels led 42 to 25 at the half.
With Merl Code out with an injury Buckner was the only offense the Tigers had he picks up the lose ball and scores.
Carolina continued to control the SUPER=33-North
Carolina/=86/Clemson/=53;game and the Tar Heels end Clemson's unbeaten streak

with the 86 to 53 win at the Dean Dome.
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S-Camby


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Massachusetts center Marcus Camby is in stable condition tonight in an New York hospital.
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Camby collapsed in the hall way just before today's tipoff with St. Bonaventure. He will remain in the hospital overnight.
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((RON LAHAM/UMASS TRAINER: WE GOT HIM HERE, AND WE SAW HIM AT THE STADIUM HE HAD A PULSE, HIS EYES WERE RESPONSIVE TO LIGHT SO IT WAS FAIRLY GOOD. WE WEREN'T DEALING WITH SOMEONE THAT WASN'T BREATHING AND DIDN'T HAVE A PULSE. WE WERE JUST DEALING WITH SOMEONE THAT WASN'T RESPONSIVE TO US...AND WE DIDN'T KNOW WHY.))
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S-Scores


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Tyrone Weeks filled in for Camby and scored 15 points as top ranked U-Mass beat St. Bonaventure for that and all of today's scores lets check the boards.
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CHRYON MOTION
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OUT Q=.....COLORADO."
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S-Burton


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WRITER=Roy
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GRAPHIC=Media Tour


1996 could be a banner year for Bill Davis racing and Driver Ward Burton.
The two joined forces to produce their first career win last season and now they're hoping for more.
Mike Stevens has more from Thomasville, North Carolina.
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Bathroom-Wedding


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If you ever considered getting married under unusual circumstances you might want it to consider this.
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Eight Taiwanese couples got married in this luxurious public toilet in a natural park today.
The toilet cost about 1-million dollars.
The area is well-known for its beautiful flowers, European style decor, and its 3-D musical fountains.
The ceremony is one of a series of public toilet publicity stunts trying to raise Chinese awareness of modern public toilets and bathrooms.
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Bye


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And just as a reminder, we'll be showing school closings and delays following the newscast.
Those schools will appear on the bottom of your screen during the C-B-S Sunday Nightly News.
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And make sure you watch News 7 Mornin' for all the latest cancellations and delays.
SS=News 7 at 11

Goodnight. That's going to do it for News 7 at 11.