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Up next on News 7 at Five-
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A new law that cracks down on terrorism. We'll have the story.
The actress who played Lois Lane turns up disheveled, and dirty in a suburban backyard.
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Plus Mike Stevens meets some soap stars on the links in Greensboro.
Wx-Heads
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Looks like another windy forecast for Thursday. Temperatures will push up a bit into the 70's.

Medical-heads


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On Health Check-- more on the health violations at a major blood bank.
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Plus, the Kids on the Block are in town-- teaching some lessons about disability awareness.
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A little more than one year after the Oklahoma City Bombing- President Clinton signs a bill to crack down on terrorism.
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5-Anti-Terrorism


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Good Evening this is NEWS-7 at Five, I'm Jean Jadhon.
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The new law mandates the death penalty for killing current or former federal employees.
It also makes it easier to deport foreigners suspected of terrorist links-
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and it bans fund raising by terrorist groups.
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((OUR POLICE OFFICERS ARE NOW GOING TO BE BETTER PREPARED TO STOP TERRORISTS, OUR PROSECUTORS BETTER PREPARED TO PUSNISH THEM. OUR PEOPLE BEING BETTER PROTECTED FROM THEIR DESIGNS.))
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President Clinton signed the law today- as victims of terrorist attacks looked on.
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5-Allman


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The man accused of killing a Vinton couple and their infant while fleeing from police appeared in court this morning.
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21 year old Scott Allman was advised by a judge of the three counts of involuntary manslaughter filed against him.
His preliminary hearing is set for May.
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Allman is accused of the deaths of 36-year old Lori Mason, six-week old Joleen Faucher, and 34 year old Thomas Faucher.
Faucher's co-workers, who called him Fred, say he never had a problem at work.
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((BRYAN YOUNG/FAUCHER'S SUPERVISOR: HE WAS ONE OF THE PEOPLE ALWAYS WILLING TO HELP. EVERYBODY SAYS THIS ABOUT PEOPLE BUT FOR ONCE IT'S THE TRUTH. FRED WAS JUST THE TYPICAL NICE GUY.))
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((PAT WILLIAMS/CO-WORKER: FRED WAS PROBABLY ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR PEOPLE HERE AT WORK. HE WAS A VERY GENUINE PERSON. A VERY UNIQUE PERSON. HE LOVED EVERYBODY AND EVERYBODY REALLY LOVED HIM.))
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Allman told News 7 this is actually the second time he ran from police.
He says he was chased on foot and arrested by Roanoke County officers three weeks ago because he had numerous outstanding warrants.
Allman says he was trying to avoid going to jail.
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5-Shooting-follow


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On the way to investigate yesterday's shooting at Bluestone Park apartments, city police detective Neil Tolrud (TALL-rude) stopped to answer a "malicious wounding" call.
He says someone fired a shot at HIM as he got out of his car.
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A city police news release points out that Detective (Tall-rude) Tolrud is a "twice-wounded Vietnam veteran" who would know what a gunshot soundS like.
Tolrud eventually found a 16-year old with a gunshot wound, but everybody inside denied taking a shot at the detective.
Meanwhile-- at the housing project-- police arrested five young men.
They were charged with shooting three others.
The incident at Bluestone Park followed a fight between a couple of women the day before.
The guns came out to finish it.
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5-Serial-Killer


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Richmond officials still aren't labelling a string of murders the work of a serial killer.
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But City Council agreed to step up the effort today in the wake of two murders in the last 36 hours.
There are ten unsolved murders of women over the age of 50 in the last two and half years.
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((ROBERT BOBB/RICHMOND CITY MANAGER: SOMETHING UNUSUAL HAPPENS TO PEOPLES' PSYCHE WHEN IT INVOLVES SENIOR CITIZENS AND CHILDREN. FOR SOME REASON I CAN'T EXPLAIN. BUT IT DOES HEIGHTEN THE LEVEL.))
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((FRED RUSSELL/RICHMOND DEPUTY POLICE CHIEF: OBVIOUSLY THE TWO HOMICIDES YESTERDAY HAVE INCREASED THE PITCH OF THE INVESTIGATION. WE'VE GOT NUMEROUS PEOPLE INVOLVED AND WORKING VERY DILIGENTLY TO MAKE SURE THAT WE'RE COVERING ALL THE ANGLES THAT ARE OUT THERE.))
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Police won't say if the crimes are related by anything other than the type of victim.
The FBI and State Police have joined what Richmond Police are calling the "Golden Years" task force investigating the killings.

5-Israel


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Despite earlier optimism- it won't be easy bringing peace to Lebanon.
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That according to Secretary of State Warren Christopher who says difficult problems remain-
He met with Lebanese leaders today- saying the visit is crucial.
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((WARREN CHRISTOPHER/SECRETARY OF STATE: I BELIEVE IT IS VITAL THAT I COME TO LEBANON TO DEMONSTRATE AMERICA'S DEEP CONCERN FOR THE LEBANESE PEOPLE.))
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Christopher is hoping to help end fighting between Israel and the Hezbollah guerrillas stationed in Lebanon.
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Straight ahead on NEWS-7 at FIVE--A Radford University fraternity loses its charter-
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But first--the woman known for her role as Lois Lane was discovered "dazed and confused" after missing for three days-- we'll have the latest--
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On Health Check, part two of the CBS investigation into one of the country's top blood banks.
We'll show you what the hidden camera turned up. 2-SHOT
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Also coming up-- Patrick is checking out what life is like living downtown--
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His live report and the Two Minute Ticker-- right after this. cc sponsor

5-Kidder


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Actress Margo Kidder turns up dazed and disoriented in a suburban California backyard.
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The actress who played Lois Lane in the Superman movies- has been missing for three days.
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Police say the 47 year old was dirty, frightened and paranoid when they found her in this backyard.
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((SGT. RICK YOUNG/GLENDALE POLICE: AT THE TIME OF HER DISCOVERY SHE WAS WEARING DISHEVELED CLOTHING, CAST OFF CLOTHING AND HAD CUT HER OWN HAIR OFF WITH A RAZOR BLADE.))
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Kidder was taken to the hospital for observation, but police say she did not need emergency care.
They're investigating whether foul play was involved.
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5-Radford-Frat


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One of two fraternities under investigation for alcohol violations after the death of Radford freshman Valerie Cole has lost its charter.
(Pie Kappa FI) Pi Kappa Phi was suspended in February and not allowed to meet or hold any events without an advisor present.
Officials say an event held last week violated those terms.
Cole died of alcohol poisoning.
She had attended parties at (PIE KAPPA Fi) Pi Kappa Phi and another fraternity the night before.

5-Anthony


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It will be three more months before any testimony is given in the case against a Ferrum College football player.
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23 year old Lonnie David Anthony pleaded not guilty to assault and battery charges today... BUT with the stipulation that there's enough evidence to convict him.
Witnesses will be called back to Franklin County General District Court for a July trial.
Anthony is accused of beating a student and a security guard on the Ferrum campus last month.
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He was immediately thrown out of school once the allegations were made.
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They are focusing on living downtown-- and there are more and more ways to make it comfortable and unique.
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stocks bump next

5-DOWNTOWN


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Downtown living is something we don't see a lot of in Roanoke, but that's changing. DOUBLE BOX JEAN/PATRICK
As Patrick Evans reports, a new model of what life can be like for the city dweller is up and running on Campbell Avenue.
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DOUBLE BOX PATRICK/ROBIN

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Stick around for more NEWS-7 at FIVE-- the price of history is more than you probably realized...especially from the Kennedy years.
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On Health Check-- meet the Kids on the Block.
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It's a traveling team of college fraternity members turned puppeteers.
They're touring the country, teaching kids about disabilities.
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((WHAT THE KIDS MORE OR LESS SEE IS HOW PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES CAN DO EVERYTHING THEY CAN DO. IT MIGHT TAKE THEM A LITTLE LONGER, TRY A LITTLE HARDER, BUT THEY CAN DO IT.))
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5-Blood


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More than one million people a year receive blood from United Blood Services, or UBS-- the second largest blood bank in the country.
As we told you yesterday, the F-D-A is looking into some 200 federal violations-- at three UBS sites, the licenses have been revoked.
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((
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((DAN CONNOR/UNITED BLOOD SERVICES: I THINK THE FDA IS ASSUMING ITS APPROPRIATE REGULATORY ROLE. WE VE GOTTEN THE MESSAGE WE RE MAKING THE NECESSARY CHANGES. ))
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CBS News went undercover at several UBS blood centers just two weeks ago, and found apparent violations of donor screening regulations.
A potential donor set in by CBS was given permission to donate blood even though he told the interviewer he'd had chronically swollen lymph nodes for two years.
UBS's own guidelines say you must not donate blood if you have swollen lymph nodes lasting more than a month.
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((UNDERCOVER DONOR: THEY KIND OF WENT AWAY AND THEN THEY CAME BACK. JUST SORT OF DOWN HERE IN THE GROIN AREA. INTERVIEWER: YEAH, OK. BUT IT S NOT A CONSTANT SWELLING? UNDERCOVER DONOR: NO, IT S SORT OF BEEN A CONSTANT CONDITION SINCE THE MONO. INTERVIEWER: RIGHT, RIGHT.))
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U-B-S' President says the company now has more than 200 safeguards in place to protect against contaminated blood actually being transfused.
Dan Connor says donor screening records are verified and reviewed twice, and blood is thoroughly tested before it can be released for transfusion.
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5-Cancer-Fighter


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It's a hopeful weapon in the fight against cancer-- a high-tech medical innovation called the monoclonal antibody.
The key appears to be using lab-produced disease-fighters in combination with low-tech chemotherapy drugs.
Clinical trials are planned with at least 600 women who have advanced breast cancer.

5-Disabilities


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Meet the "Kids on the Block."
They're three college kids, fraternity members of Pi Kappa Phi, who've taken the semester off from classes to work as puppeteers.
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When Seth Friedland takes the stage, the children here at Grandin Court Elementary don't see a college student-- they're focused instead on Mark Reilly, a disabled boy with cerebral palsy, prone to popping wheelies.
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((MY NAME IS MARK REILLY AND AS YOU CAN SEE I AM IRISH. ))
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((THESE KIDS, THEY LEARN SO MUCH. HOW DOES SOMEONE IN A WHEELCHAIR GO TO THE BATHROOM? HOW DO THEY PLAY SPORTS IN A WHEELCHAIR? HOW DO THEY GET UP AND DOWN THE STAIRS? HOW DO THEY RUN FOR THE BASES, KNOW WHERE THEY ARE? SOMEONE WITH DOWN SYNDROME, HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE THEM TO LEARN? DO THEY HAVE TO STAY IN SCHOOL LONGER? THEY'RE REAL INQUISITIVE ABOUT THESE PEOPLE AND THEY WANT TO LEARN MORE AFTER THE SHOW. ))
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The Kids on the Block puppet show also features a blind boy-- trying to teach his sighted-classmate braille.
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((OH WAIT A MINUTE, I THINK I GOT IT, IS THIS BRAILLE A LITTLE LIKE SECRET CODE? A SECRET CODE? I THINK YOU'RE RIGHT. FEEL THE FIRST TWO DOTS. THEY SAY THE LETTER C. ))
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The show also explains mental retardation, through a Down's Syndrome patient.
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((I CAN DO LOTS OF THINGS, BRENDA. IT JUST TAKES ME A LITTLE LONGER TO LEARN. THAT'S ALL.))
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After the puppet show, there's "empathy training" for the audience.
Students learn first hand the rigors of a disability.
For instance, they have to try buttoning a shirt-- while wearing socks on their hands.
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Or maybe they'll fare better creating a new look for Mr. Potato Head-- while blindfolded.
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With the beeper ball, they learn how a blind person can excel at baseball.
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At today's showing, Pi Kappa Phi members from Roanoke College were in the audience-- learning firsthand what they're fundraising efforts brought to the region.
For Seth, as well as the kids, it's been a great learning experience.
Not just about disabilities, but LIFE.
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((I'VE GOTTEN MORE THIS SEMESTER FROM MEETING PEOPLE, MEETING ALUMNAE, LEARNING, NETWORKING, DOING THE SHOW, GETTING REACTION FROM PEOPLE-- THAN I COULD HAVE GOT FROM 15 CREDITS EVER GOT. ))
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Greensboro is the place to be if you are a golf fan or want to see some soap stars--
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Steve Mason has highlights from today's G-G-O Celebrity Pro-Am in tonight's Ticker.

S5-GGO


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Good afternoon ladies. What a day to spend on the links and that is where the ticker begins. The Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic, the biggest spring sporting event in North Carolina's triad heated up today at the Forest Oaks Country Club.
Mike Stevens and photographer Dennis Brown were right in the middle of the fun.
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S5-Stuff


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The Salem Avalanche plays game three of a 7 game homestand tonight against Kinston. Last night Salem beat the Indians 1-nothing.
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The Avalanche pitching staff is currently ranked third in the Carolina League with a 3.54 ERA.
But the Salem bats have been quiet as of late. The Avalanche batting average is .229 and the team has hit just one dinger in the last 7 games.
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((BILL MCGUIRE/AVALANCHE MANAGER:))
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Coming up at 6, more from the GGO and Virginia tech receives a verbal committment from a local high school football standout, see ya then.

5-Kicker


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How much would you pay for a porcelain teapot or a wicker basket?
What if it belonged to Jackie Onassis?
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It was a feeding frenzy in New York as bidders came to purchase items from Jackie O's estate.
This foot-stool Caroline Kennedy used to look out the window at the White House-- valued at 100-dollars went for 29-thousand.
John John's rocking horse estimated at two-thousand dollars was sold for 75-thousand.
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((STEVEN KLAR: I THINK IT IS WONDERFUL. I THINK IT IS THE AMERICAN WAY, THE BUYER SETS THE VALUE.))
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JFK's rocking chair went for more than 400-thousand dollars.
When the first session finished, almost four and a half million dollars was collected-- that's nearly ten times the initial sales estimate.
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Sunday's fatal crash following a police chase in Roanoke County has raised questions over the use of hot pursuit.
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Keith, I understand it's prompted some departments to review their policies.
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It has, Jean.
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And though some officers have differing ideas on the subject, most agree they MUST be permitted to make judgement calls.
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Police say every situation is different.
And an officer has a lot of information to process in deciding whether to engage in a pursuit, everything from safety to departmental policy.
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We'll explain the dilemma tonight on News 7 at Six.
ANCHOR=Jean
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