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NOON-HEADLINES

TALENT=Melanie
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President Clinton and the nation honor Martin Luther King Junior.
A show of force today in Russia against Chechen rebels.
And a crack-addicted Louisiana woman trades her daughter for drugs.
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TALENT=Beth
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We'll see sunshine this afternoon with temperatures getting into the 50s... then dropping. I'll have the forecast for you in a minute.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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Don't go away. The news is next.

2CLINTON-MLK


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=clinton


President Clinton is in Atlanta today paying tribute to the late Dr. Martin Luther King Junior.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC/This Morning;


The President left Washington early this morning to join King's family at the church where both King and his fater preached- Ebenezer Baptist.
SUPER=04-August 28, 1963;


Dr. King would have been 67 today.
His birthday has been celebrated as an official U-S holiday since 19-86.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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In the commonwealth, the holiday is designated Lee-Jackson-King Day to also honor the confederate heroes Robert E-Lee and Stonewall Jackson.

RUSSIA


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=NONE


Fierce fighting is underway today between Russian troops and the Chechen rebels holding dozens of hostages near the border of Chechyna.
Russian troops attacked the rebels this morning after learning that the rebels had started killing some of the hostages.
But the rebels are not giving up without a fight.
Tom Fenton has more.
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Roanoke-Fire


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morning
WRITER=rjo
TAPE#95-97
GRAPHIC=fire


A Roanoke family is homeless after a fire broke out at their house and spread to another in the Historic Gainsboro district late last night.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


The blaze happened about eleven thirty in the first block of Patton Avenue.
A house caught fire and set an abandoned one next to it on fire.
No one was injured in the blaze.
One neighbor called the fire department when he saw smoke coming from both roofs.
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IN Q=And I ran

((LAWRENCE PANNELL/WITNESS: AND I RAN BACK IN THE HOUSE AND CALLED 9-1-1 AND WHEN I CAME OUT HERE BOTH OF THEM ROOFS WERE ON FIRE AND I DON'T KNOW WHAT CAUSED IT OR WHAT HAPPENED.))
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OUT Q=or what happened.
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The owner wasn't home at the time but was notified by a friend.
She says she lost everything.
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IN Q=When we was at

((ANGEL SMITH: WHEN WE WAS AT THE MOTEL RIGHT HERE. WHEN I LOOKED OUT OF MY WINDOW IT LOOKED LIKE MY HOUSE FROM THE TOP AND I CALLED MY GRANDFATHER AND ASKED HIM IF MY HOUSE WAS ON FIRE AND HE SAID YES HE HAD BEEN TYRING TO CONTACT ME. SO I DON'T KNOW WHAT HAPPENED.))
SUPER=07-Angel Smith;
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OUT Q=don't know what happened.
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Smith says she and her four children will have to stay with relatives for now.
Total damage is estimated at about 40-thousand dollars.
The Fire Marshal's office is still investigating.
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Drug-trade


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=12
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


A Louisiana woman has been arrested for allegedly trading her eight year old daughter for drugs.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bossier City, LA;


Last night police arrested a man for allegdly raping the child in a motel room.
The 31-year old man told investigators that the girl's mother had traded her in exchange for crack cocaine.
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((MIKE HALPHEN/BOSSIER CITY POLICE DEPT: WITH THE UNDERSTANDING AND THE KNOWLEDGE THAT THE MALE WAS GOING TO HAVE SEX WITH HER EIGHT YEAR OLD DAUGHTER.))
SUPER=01-Mike Halphen/Bossier City Police Dept;
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Twenty-eight year old Bertha Hill has been arrested and charged with being an accessory to the rape.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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After being treated at a hospital, the girl is now in protective custody.

VMI


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=am
WRITER=jmo
TAPE#net-h
GRAPHIC=US Supreme Court


Later this week, Justice Department Lawyers will present oral arguments in the government's bid
SS=VMI

to force Virginia Military Institute to allow women.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lexington/File Tape;


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.
SUPER=03-Staunton/File Tape;


The lawyers also plan to argue that Mary Baldwin College's women leadership program is unconstitutional.
V-M-I is one of two state-supported, male-only military colleges in the nation.
SUPER=03-Charleston, SC/File Tape;


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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Trash


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#95-105
GRAPHIC=NONE


It's been piling up since last Saturday, when the snow blew into western Virginia.
And it won't melt with this week's warmer temperatures.
We're talking trash.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


For the first time in more than a week, Roanoke City resumed its regular refuse collection this morning.
Though today was a holiday for most city employees, sanitation workers were on the road, facing a major backlog of trash.
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IN Q=They've got two weeks out.

((DONALD CRAFT/SANITATION WORKER: THEY'VE GOT TWO WEEKS OUT. IT'S RUNNING PRETTY HEAVY. I'M LOADED NOW. I USUALLY GET ANOTHER COUPLE OF STREETS, BUT IT'S RUNNING PRETTY HEAVY THROUGH HERE.))
SUPER=01-Donald Craft/Sanitation Worker;
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OUT Q=pretty heavy through here.
ANCHOR=Melanie
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Roanoke County will resume garbage pick- up on Tuesday.
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Ahead in the newscast--coping with the snow, we all had to do it-- but how do farmers handle it?
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You won't hear school bells ringing at this elementary school anymore, instead door bells-- we'll explain when we come back.
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wx Enjoy the sunshine this afternoon... clouds will be moving in tonight and rain is expected by Wednesday or Thursday. Temperatures will drop into the 40s this afternoon... and you can expect a cold night. I'll have the forecast in a few minutes.
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Pileup


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=sly
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=None


Heavy fog is being blamed for a massive pileup this morning on a North Carolina highway.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Canton, NC;


At least 40 cars are believed to be involved in the chain reaction accident on Interstate 40 at Canton, in far western North Carolina.
A ten- mile stretch of the highway has been closed in both directions.
The Highway Patrol reports one person is dead and at least 20 others are injured.
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Skyline-Manor


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=am
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 95-112
GRAPHIC=None


The folks filling classrooms at Glasgow Elementary School these days won't be studying math, English or Science.
Instead they'll eat, sleep and socialize.
Jay Moore tells us what's taken over the old school.
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IN Q=Small children
SUPER=03-Glasgow; :00 Quick!!!
SUPER=@Jay1; :12
SUPER=01-Helen Cash/Skyline Manor Manager; :33
SUPER=01-Edith Wallace/Skyline Manor Resident; :50
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OUT Q=News-7.

(( 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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SOT 15:59:29
IN Q=In 1939

((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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SOT 15:12:07
IN Q=The building

((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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SOT 15:13:06
IN Q=The post office

((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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OUT Q=they'll need.


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.))

Disabled


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 95-107
GRAPHIC=Winter Wx


Most of us are able to get around in the snow, but some people aren't as fortunate.
For those who are disabled, getting around is NEARLY impossible.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Wheelchairs do NOT 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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SOT 5:03:44
IN Q=the elderly

((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.))
SUPER=01-Christene Montgomery/Mayor's Committee For the Disabled;
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OUT Q=IF THEY COULD
Anchor=Melanie
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Montgomery reminds everyone that the disabled often need help YEAR ROUND.
Many need assistance around the house or getting to the grocery store.


Farmers


ANCHOR=beth
NEWSCAST=am
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# edit of 95-114
GRAPHIC=Winter Storm


Many of us became quite familiar with the demand for MILK and other staples during the recent snowstorms--
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;


To keep stores filled with dairy foods, that meant milk production could NOT stop because of the white stuff.
But getting it to its destination was the tough part.
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IN Q=

((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.))
SUPER=01-Jeff Henderson/Dairy Farmer; :03
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OUT Q=get to.
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VO-NAT


Feeding the animals was also very difficult during the storm as well as the aftermath.
Some farmers had to use back-hoes to break ice on ponds so cattle could have drinking water.
Basic chores in about 30-inches of snow became all-day activities.
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((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.))
SUPER=01-James Firebaugh, Jr./Farmer;
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OUT Q=to the cattle.
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Firebaugh says he's ready for Spring, but next time he'll be even more prepared to deal with Old Man Winter.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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When News 7 returns, we'll have this week's edition of Feedback.
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and astronauts Endeavour to take an "out of this world" walk.
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SHUTTLE


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=endeavour


Endeavour astronauts took a walk outside the shuttle this morning.
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VO-NAT


It's the first spacewalk for Leroy Chiao (CHOW) and Daniel Barry.
NASA wants to develop more space-walkers, so it can help build a planned international space station.
Another spacewalk is planned for Wednesday.
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SUPER=301-56/40/Calm/30.17/R/75/1932/3/1886;




Feedback-01/07


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#Feedback#4
GRAPHIC=Feedback


A recent story about two Virginia Tech football players gained the attention of one of our viewers.
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.))

Stocks


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=cro
TAPE#none
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On Wall Street at Noon the Dow was DOWN six points.
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Stick around for more NEWS-7, the Steelers and the Cowboys will face off for Superbowl 30--
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But first, the latest on UMASS star center Marcus Camby--who collapsed yesterday before a basketball game.
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Camby


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S5-28
GRAPHIC=College Hoops


Massachusetts star center Marcus Camby who collapsed before a game yesterday remains in stable condition in the hospital.
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SUPER=03-Olean, NY/Sportschannel; :


Camby collapsed in the hallway just before yesterday's tipoff with St. Bonaventure.
He was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance.
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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.))
SUPER=01-Ron Laham/UMass Trainer; :
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OUT Q= ......didn't know why."
ANCHOR=Melanie
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Camby's mother says she talked to her son and believes he apparently took cough syrup on an empty stomach, possibly causing him to collapse.
Doctor's have done several tests on Camby including a CAT scan--all turning up negative.

Cowboys


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB95-3
GRAPHIC=Packers/Cowboys


Emmitt Smith rushed for three touchdowns and Troy Aikman passed for two as the Dallas Cowboys beat the Green Bay Packers 38 to 27--earning a spot in the Super Bowl.
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SUPER=03-Irving, TX/FOX SPORTS; :


Both of Aikman's T-D passes were to wide receiver Michael Irvin.
In the first quarter Aikman hits Irvin on this 6 yard pass and Dallas led 7 to 3.
After a Packer turnover, Aikman struck again-- going to Irvin on the four yard scoring pass and the Cowboys led 14 to 3.
But league M-V-P Brett Favre (Farv) went to work.
He hits Robert Brooks on the slant and Brooks out runs the Cowboy secondary to score from 73 yards out-- 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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IN Q="I Think

((EMMITT SMITH/COWBOYS RUNNING BACK: I THINK AS THE GAME WENT ON, THEY STARTED TO WEAR, EVEN WE STARTED TO WEAR A LITTLE BIT, AND WE WERE ABLE TO GET ON BLOCKS AND SUSTAIN THOSE BLOCKS FOR A WHILE AND GIVE ME SOME RUNNING LANES, AND I WAS ABLE TO MAKE THINGS HAPPEN.)) ((TROY AIKMAN/COWBOYS QUARTERBACK: THIS IS THE THIRD YEAR IN FOUR THAT WE'VE BEEN AND I THINK THAT'S A HECH OF AN ACCOMPLISHMENT. I WOULDN'T TRY TO TAKE AWAY FROM WHAT WE'VE ACCOMPLISHED BY SAYING "WELL, YOU DIDN'T GO LAST YEAR". THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE PLAYED THEIR ENTIRE CAREER AND HAVE NEVER BEEN TO ONE.))
SUPER=01-Emmitt Smith/Cowboys Running Back; :00
SUPER=01-Troy Aikman/Cowboys Quarterback; :14
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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The Cowboys are headed to the Super Bowl for a record 8-th time and the third time in four years.

HASKELL


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=AMO
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=HOLD


Meantime a Green Bay assistant coach remains in serious condition with a fractured skull.
Gil Haskell was knocked to the turf during yesterday's game.
The back of the his head struck the artificial turf after he was hit by a player being knocked out of bounds.
The 51-year-old was taken to Baylor University Medical Center.

Steelers


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Fb95-2
GRAPHIC=Steelers/colts


Superbowl 30 will see a matchup from long ago--
Yesterday the Steelers beat the Colts as Bam Morris scored from the one yard line with over a minute left.
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SUPER=03-Pittsburgh/NBC SPORTS; :


It was a battle of field goals in the first and second quarter Cary Blanchard's 36 yarder gave Indianapolis a 6 to 3 lead.
Pittsburgh scored the only touchdown of the first half Neil O'Donnell throws 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 the Steelers answered. O'Donnell goes to the air and he hits Ernie Mills, who makes a super catch on the sideline for a big gain all the way to the Colt one yard line.
Two plays later Bam Morris takes the handoff and bulls his way in for the score and Pittsburgh took the 20 to 13 lead.
But the game came down to the final
SUPER=30-Pittsburgh/=20/Indianapolis/=16;play-- Harbaugh throws the Hail Mary

pass 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: WE WERE LUCKY TO WIN THIS FOOTBALL GAME, BUT THAT'S BEEN THE NATURES OF THIS FOOTBALL TEAM. AND WE AREN'T GOING TO BE SATISFIED UNTIL WE FINISH THIS THING OFF THE RIGHT WAY, AND THEN WE CAN TURN AROUND AND NOT TALK ABOUT THE 1994 STEELERS. WE CAN TALK ABOUT THE 1996 STEELERS ))
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OUT Q=........1995 Steelers."



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ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=amo
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up today on Health Check-- an interview with the author of "Miracles in Natoma's Kitchen."
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Natoma Riley has ways to enjoy traditional Southern fare-- and lose weight at the same time.
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IN Q=When I weight

((NATOMA RILEY/COOKBOOK AUTHOR: WHEN I WEIGHED 253 POUNDS, I THOUGHT I CAN DO THIS, I CAN LOSE MY 110 POUNDS, I CAN KEEP THE WEIGHT OFF FOR TEN YEARS, IF I CAN HAVE MY CHICKEN GRAVY AND BISCUITS IF I CAN HAVE MY CORN BREAD, MY CORN BREAD DRESSINGS. IT'S REAL IMPORTANT THAT I EAT THE FOODS THAT I WAS RAISED ON.))
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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Natoma will share some of her ideas on de-fatting the favorites, on Health Check, today on News 7 at FIVE.
That's it for News 7 at NOON. Thanks for joining us.