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Up next on News at five-
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The battle over hospitals in the New river valley takes a new twist- when a memo turns up.
Will Roanoke County do away with curbside recycling?
Plus a key witness in the O-J Simpson trial is speaking at Virginia Tech.
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Wx-Heads
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Icing has been a moderate problem in the colder regions of our viewing area, we'll look at the potential for slippery weather overnight coming up in the forecast.

Medical-heads


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We'll also have the latest in medical news--
including a recap of Day Two in the two-million-dollar case against former
spine surgeon, Dr. Eric Korsh. (----------------)
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Plus-- theories connecting the thyroid level in infants to mental retardation--
We'll have all the latest.
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((SKIP LAMB/RADFORD COMMUNITY HOSPITAL: THE COMMISSIONER WILL HAVE ALL OF THIS INFORMATION AND HE'LL MAKE A DECISION.))
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The hospital war in the New River Valley has turned ugly, with the appearance of an embarrassing memo.
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Good Evening this is NEWS-7 at FIVE, I'm Jean Jadhon.
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The comment came from Radford Community Hospital CEO Skip Lamb.
The E-Mail memo was allegedly written by Montgomery Regional Hospital CEO Gene Wright to his staff.
A state health department hearing officer calls the memo "offensive" and "clearly inappropriate."
The September 1995 memo became part of the public record today in Richmond in the latest battle over who gets to build a new hospital.
The memo is the latest in the battle between Radford Community Hospital and the Columbia/HCA team of Montgomery and Pulaski hospitals for patients involved a petition drive by Radford Hospital.
The petition asks the state to allow Radford Community to a build new replacement hospital.
Today's flap was over a memo allegedly from Montgomery Regional CEO Gene Wright that offered 20 dollars to any employee who would rip down one of those petitions and bring it to him.
Ellen Qualls has the latest from Richmond.
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(( Wright and Pulaski Community Hospital CEO Chris Dux had NO comment at the hearing.
Radford Community Hospital attorneys produced a signed affidavit from a nursing instructor at Wytheville Community College, who'd seen the alleged memo posted at the college.
The memo says the Radford hospital petitions are at various stores and churches.
Quoting now, "I will give you 20- dollars for each original brought here to me."
The memo ends with the statement "This is a fight for future dominance."
Radford Community's attorneys asked for an immediate state investigation and sanctions.
State hearing officer Raymond Perry says he has NO grounds to revoke Montgomery Regional's license, but would like an explanation.
Raymond Perry says he'd like a letter of apology written to Radford Community.
Montgomery Regional's attorney declined to explain the memo today, but told Perry he understood why he was upset.
But the memo wasn't the focus of the hearing--
Today was the latest step in Radford's quest for a state certificate to build its new replacement hospital. That plan has been scaled down some, but appears on track. Ellen Qualls News-7 Richmond.))

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More power is heading to the White House-
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Congress passed a bill letting the President veto specific items in spending bills.
President Clinton is expected to sign the line item veto into law.
Supporters say it'll mean leaner government.
Foes say it's unconstitutional.
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5-Abortion


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wipe wipe wipe
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Meanwhile, a move in Congress to make one type of abortion illegal.
Congress approved a ban on late term partial birth abortions-
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((REP. HELEN CHENOWETH/R-IDAHO: PARTIAL ABORTION IS ABSOLUTE MURDER, COLD GRIZZLY AND PREMEDITATED.))
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Of the one a half million abortions a year, 450 are partial birth procedures- chosen by some mothers who discover serious birth defects.
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((TAMMY WATTS: OUR WHOLE GOAL WAS TO STOP HER SUFFERING. WE PUT OURSELVES AND OUR EMOTIONS ASIDE THE BEST THAT WE COULD AND GAVE OUR DAUGHTER DEATH WITH DIGNITY.))
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While the ban passed Congress, President Clinton has promised to veto it.
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5-FAA-Reorganization


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Big changes are on the way for the Federal Aviation Administration.
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The reorganization is designed to help the F-A-A cut through the red tape and get things done.
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((FEDERICO PENA/TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY: I WANT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE TO KNOW WE ARE INCREASING SAFETY, MAKING FLYING MORE EFFICIENT AND SAVING MILLIONS OF YOUR TAX DOLLARS.))
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They'll do that Pena says- by running more like a business-
In hopes the new rules will speed up the acquisition of new radar systems and computers for air traffic controllers.
The FAA's been struggling to get the upgrades for ten years but has been tied up in red tape.
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5-Texas-Tobacco


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Texas is the latest state to sue the nation's largest tobacco companies.
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The Lone Star State wants to end advertising targeted at children and get money back for treating tobacco related illnesses.
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((DAN MORALES/TEXAS ATTORNEY GENERAL: THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS ARE SEEKING TO RECOVER MORE THAN FOUR BILLION DOLLARS IN MEDICAID COSTS INCURRED DUE TO CIGARETTES AND OTHER TOBACCO PRODUCTS.))
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The lawsuit alleges the tobacco industry engaged in illegal conduct.
Texas is the seventh state to file suit against the nations big tobacco companies.
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Straight ahead--on NEWS-7 at FIVE-- Rejecting federal money for education reform-- that was the subject being studied in Richmond today.
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And with mandatory recycling in many jurisdictions, Roanoke County may be bucking the trend--and trashing curbside recycling.
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On Health Check--
The latest today, from the continuing medical negligence case against a former Lewis Gale Clinic surgeon. 2-SHOT
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The Express ran out of steam in Charlotte last night--
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Steve Mason has a recap and more sports in tonight's Two Minute Ticker--when we come back. cc sponsor

5-Recycling


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Curbside recycling could soon be a thing of the past in Roanoke County.
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Rather than expand a costly pilot project, the supervisors are considering a plan that would sort refuse at the landfill or the trash transfer station.
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Joe Dashiell is in the newsroom tonight with more on the proposal.
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Jean, the state has mandated that local governments divert waste from
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so the county isn't about to abandon its recycling program, but members of the board of supervisors do not believe curbside recycling is the answer.
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((Currently only 10 percent of the county's households have curbside recycling.
Faced with the cost of replacing worn out equipment, and expanding the program county- wide, some of the supervisors believe there is a better approach.
Sorting the trash once it reaches the trash transfer station or the
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((BOB JOHNSON/SUPERVISORS CHAIRMAN: THEY CAN ACTUALLY JUST DUMP IT AND SEPERATE IT ON CONVEYOR BELTS AT THE FACE OF THE LANDFILL AND THEN PUT THE RECYCLABLES BACK INTO THE TRAIN THAT COMES BACK EMPTY EVERY DAY. THAT WAY, WE'LL INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF RECYCLING WE'RE DOING AND WE THINK AT A LITTLE CHEAPER COST.))
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Of course, the Roanoke Valley has a regional landfill... and whether other localities would go along with the idea is uncertain.
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Jean, the city of Roanoke now offers curbside recycling to 23- thousand households or about two- thirds of those who have refuse service.
That number is due to expand next year.

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School boards that may consider urging Governor Allen to accept federal Goals 2000 money got a clear message today.
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That just minutes after the Allen- appointed majority on the State Board of Education voted to urge a veto.
The General Assembly told Allen to request the Goals 2000 money if two- thirds of local school boards wanted him to.
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Allen's opposed to accepting the money because he thinks it attaches to many federal strings to state educators.

5-OJ-Forensics


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For all the controversy and negatives associated with the O-J Simpson trial, the so- called "trial of the century" had a positive impact on the field of forensic science.
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So says Doctor Henry Lee, the forensic expert who testified for the defense.
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Lee was at Virginia Tech today, to address some of the latest crime- solving technologies.
He says the Simpson trial raised awareness of the importance of evidence such as fingerprinting and D-N-A, and has also led police to beef up forensic training.
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((DR. HENRY LEE/FORENSIC SCIENTIST: THIS AWARENESS OF THE IMPORTANCE OF CRIME SCENE PHYSICAL EVIDENCE IS SOMETHING SO INVALUABLE. UNLESS WE RECOGNIZE THIS POTENTIAL EVIDENCE, DO OUR BEST, THEN THE CRIME GOING TO BE UNDETECTED AND UNSOLVED. ))
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Lee says the Simpson trial's also led lawyers to better educate themselves on forensics, in order to present clear testimony to jurors.
He says recent advancements include the use of lasers in fingerprinting and detecting evidence, and computer models to develop crime-scene reasoning.
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Still to come-- the First Daughter is usually kept out of the public eye, but this week Chelsea Clinton is spending her Spring Break with the First Lady-- but they aren't hanging out at the beach.
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On Health Check--
A new test to diagnose Alzheimer's Disease has been unveiled.
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It may replace the need for a battery of lengthy, complicated processes-- looking for confirmation of the disease.
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((DIAGNOSING ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE IS VERY DIFFICULT. IN FACT THE ESTIMATES OF MISDIAGNOSIS HAVE RANGED HISTORICALLY FROM 15-TO-40 PERCENT. ))
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5-Korsh


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Dr. Eric Korsh, a former Lewis Gale surgeon, was back in court today-- in day two of the medical malpractice case against him.
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Pat Brunson of Floyd County is suing the spine surgeon for two-million dollars.
Today, both sides in the case presented expert witnesses-- spine specialists, commenting on Brunson's case.
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Brunson himself testified, responding to videotapes the defense hired a Richmond investigator to make-- in which Brunson is seen working on his property-- riding a horse, and working a tractor.
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Brunson says he was told he'd be pain-free following bone fusion surgery...but since the operation, and especially since the tapes were made...he's much worse off.
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About 50 complaints have been filed against Korsh, but several have already been dropped.

5-Alzheimer's


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Researchers say they've found the first-ever test to diagnose Alzheimer's Disease.
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It may replace the painstaking process of laboratory tests and brain scans currently used.
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((DR. ALLEN ROSES/DUKE UNIVERSITY :FOR THE FIRST TIME WE HAVE THE ABILITY TO HELP MAKE THE DIAGNOSIS RATHER THAN SIMPLY RULING OUT OTHER DIAGNOSIS. ))
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****CONNIE AUDIO ON CART*****
The 495-dollar test has two parts.
First doctors take a blood test which must show the patient has a genetic marker for Alzheimer's.
Then, doctors take spinal fluid to look for two proteins associated with the damage caused by alzheimers.
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((DR. DENNIS SELKOE/BRIGHAM & WOMEN'S HOSPITAL: EACH TEST ON ITS OWN PROVIDES SOME INFORMATION ABOUT THE LIKELIHOOD THAT YOU HAVE ALZHEIMER'S OR NOT. WHEN YOU PUT THE THREE TOGETHER YOU HAVE MORE INFORMATION, THEREFORE GREATER ACCURACY. ))
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The test won't predict who will get Alzheimer's-- it's only appropriate when patients already have symptoms.
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The new test is 95-percent accurate-- but only in cases where the patient has the right genetic markers.
That means, in the end-- the test can only make a diagnosis in 60-percent of patients.

5-Thyroid


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A new study finds unusually low levels of thyroid hormones in newborns may slow their mental development and contribute to cerebral palsy.
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It's normal for the thyroid level to fall somewhat after birth-- but the latest study from Columbia University says it could be harmful if it's extreme.
Researchers say it's still unclear whether babies would benefit from hormone replacement therapy, since the treatment itself might carry hazards.
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5-Mental-Health


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Nationwide, 12 million children suffer from mental disorders-- such as depression-- bringing about feelings of sadness and despair.
That's the topic of a presentation tonight, sponsored by the Mental Health Association of the Roanoke Valley.
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Dr. Mike Chiglinksy of Appalachian Counseling Services will speak about "Adolescent Depression and Suicide."
The presentation will be held from 7-to-8:30 tonight, at the Jefferson Center Training Theater in Roanoke.
You don't need reservations-- but there is a charge of five-dollars.
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Stick around for more NEWS-7 at FIVE--
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Some Giles High School students crooned a tune in the Big Apple on national television this morning.
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Time now to head into the sports office where we find Steve Mason, who has some bad news for Roanoke Express fans.

S5-Express


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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Thursday ticker. A gloomy day outside...a gloomy night inside for the Roanoke Express.
Last night, Roanoke lost to the Charlotte Checkers 3 to nothing at Independence Arena in game one of the ECHL playoffs.
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The Checkers outshot the Express 35 to 26 and scored all three of the goals on the power play.
Darrell Norin scored 2 of Charlotte's 3 goals on the night, all coming in the second period.
Express goalie Matt DelGuidice was outplayed by veteran Nick Vetucci. But Vitucci knows Roanoke can come right back.
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((NICK VITUCCI/MADE 26 SAVES FOR CHARLOTTE:))
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Game two faces off Saturday again in Charlotte at 7:35.

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Lots of action from both courts to talk about today. First on the asfault. Steffi Graf has reached the finals of the Lipton Championships.
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Graf needed only an hour and 6 minutes to reach the finals. She defeated Linsay Davenport 6-4 and 6-4. Steffi did get some help though. Davenport made 32 unforced errors. Graf has already won the tourney four times.
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On to the other courts where Magic Johnson led his Los Angeles Lakers past the Miami Heat last night 106 to 95.
Before tip off, Magic and former coach Pat Riley embraced as Riley handed the forward a check for 20 grand for the Magic Johnson Foundation.
Irvin tallied 27 points on the night and made all 15 of his free throws to beat his old coach.
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Coming up at 6, we will check in with three Australian athletes that are making an impact on the Roanoke men's lacrosse team, a story I know our Jean Jadhon can't wait to see.

5-Giles-Choir


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They're used to performing in front of large audiences, but this crowd was off the SCALE.
Members of the Giles High School Symphonic Chorale are in the New York area for a choir competition.
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Earlier today, they showcased their talents on "C- B- S This Morning."
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Some of the students were interviewed by Mark Mckewan... and one of them gave an impromptu solo performance.
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After its early morning appearance, the group performed at the Lincoln Center.

5-Chelsea


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It hasn't been a week at the beach for Chelsea Clinton during her spring break from school.
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Usually the First Daughter stays out of the public eye, but she's on a business trip with her Mom in Turkey--where she's been in the spotlight most of the trip.
Chelsea is visiting five countries in nine days...and it offers a rare glimpse into the life of America's First Child.
The White House declines all interviews with the 16-year old--only Hillary Rodham Clinton talks to the media.
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((ALAN LICHTMAN/AMERICAN UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR: CHELSEA CLINTON GETS GREAT PRESS BY THE WAY, SHE SEEMS TO BE A REALLY GOOD KID WHICH BY REFLECTION CASTS BENEFIT ON HILLARY CLINTON.))
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Throughout her spring break, Chelsea has already rallied with U-S troops in Bosnia, checked out ruins in Turkey, and met nuns and monks at the Turkish home of the Virgin Mary.
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Halifax County's economic outlook just got brighter.
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Here's Keith Humphry with details.
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Kentucky Based Dollar General corporationSUPER=@Keith1;

is planning to make a 30-million dollar investment in Halifax County.
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Governor Allen was there for the big announcement.
Dollar General plans to build a warehouse and distribution center at the Halifax County-South Boston Industrial Park.
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The move will create 500-jobs up front.
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Tonight on NEWS-7 Six, Teresa Hamilton will be here to tell us why Dollar General chose Southside Virginia. (ad lib bye) ANCHOR=Jean