12:00-01

NOON-HEADLINES

TALENT=Melanie
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Just ahead on News 7 at Noon,
Fire continues to rage in the west, causing severe damage and hundreds of evacuations.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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And the president of ValuJet heads to Washington today to defend his airline.
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TALENT=Beth
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It's going to be sunny and hot this afternoon... but less humid. I'll ahve the forecast for you in a few minutes.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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Don't go away, News 7 at Noon is next.

VALUJET


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=MEL
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Airplane Safety


The president of Valujet testifies today at a House hearing on the crash of flight 5-92.
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Lewis Jordan is expected to detail his airline's safety record and blast the government shut-down of the carrier.
F-A-A officials are also scheduled to appear to face questions about apparent weaknesses in the rules and regulations governing air safety.
Meantime, the F-A-A plans to release the voice recordings from the cockpit of flight 5-92.
The jetliner nose-dived into the Florida Everglades on May eleventh, killing 110.
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MIDEAST-PEACE


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Mideast Peace


Secretary of State Warren Christopher is in Jerusalem this afternoon hoping to learn what's ahead for the peace process now that a new Israeli Prime Minister in Charge.
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10:45;41
Benjamin Netanyahu is laying out simple rules for talks -- either peace or terrorism.
But not both.
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10:46;48 (( BENJAMIN NETANYAHU/ISRAEL PRIME MINISTER:WE'RE COMMITTED TO THE SEARCH AND ACHIEVEMENT OF A SAFE PEACE FOR ISRAEL AND ALL ITS NEIGHBORS AND WE INTEND TO ACT ON IT. 10:47:22 WARREN CHRISTOPHER/SEC. OF STATE:IN OUR FIRST MEETING WE REAFFIRMED THE CENTRAL IMPORTANCE OF THE STRATEGIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE U.S. AND ISRAEL AND OUR COMMITTMENT TO MAINTAIN THE SPECIAL FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN OUR TWO NATIONS. ))
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Netanyahu says he does plan to resume talks with Syria and the Palestinians.
He travels to Washington next month for talks with President Clinton.
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Unabomber


ANCHOR=Mel
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Kaczynski, Ted


Unabomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski will be arraigned today in federal court.
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He faces charges in four Sacramento area bombing attacks, two of which were fatal.
Kaczynski has been in custody since the F-B-I raided his Montana cabin last April.
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Wildfires


ANCHOR=Mel
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=None


Wildfires rage on in parts of the Western U-S.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Pinedale, AZ;


In northern and central Arizona firefighters are battling nine fires.
Thirty-thousand acres of timber and brush land have been destroyed and hundreds of people have been evacuated.
SUPER=03-Eureka, UT;


In Utah, winds gusting up to 20- miles- per- hour are hampering efforts to contain a wildfire raging out of control in the west-central desert.
SUPER=03-Minden, NV;


And in Nevada, firefighters are gaining ground on a wildfire started by two boys playing with gasoline and matches.
Initial fire costs are estimated at three- and- a- half- million- dollars.
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VA-Tornado


ANCHOR=Melanie
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TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Fairfax;


They're cleaning up in and around the nation's capital today after a string of violent thunderstorms.
Yesterday's storm spawned a tornado that ripped through parts of suburban Virginia with winds of more than 150 miles an hour.
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(( TORNADO VICTIM:WE ARE RUNNING DOWN THE HALL BECAUSE WE HEARD ALL THE WIND AND UPT RHOUGH THE CEILING, DOWN FROM THE CEILING CAME THIS BIG PEICE OF WOODS, AS WERE SERE STANDING HER, WERE WERE RUNNING CAME RIGHT BEHINC US..
REPORTER;SO JUST MISSED YOU BY A COUPLE OF FEET.
JUST MISSED US. TORNADO WITNESS:I WAS WATCHING OUT MY FRONT DOOR AND SAW THE ROOF BLOW OVER, REPORTER:YOU SAW THE ROOF GON OFF THAT HOUSE OVER THERE. REPORTER: YEAH IT JUST FOLDED BACK AND IT WAS CRAZY. ))
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Some 40 homes were damaged.
The storms also knocked out power to tens of thousands of homes in Virginia and the district.
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MOVE


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


In Philadelphia, a jury has ordered the city to pay for its actions of over a decade ago.
A standoff between authorities and the radical group MOVE led to one of the first highly publicized confrontations between law and disorder.
Randall Pinkston reports.
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SUPER=03-Philadelphia/May 13, 1985; :00
SUPER=07-Artist Susan Schary; :21
SUPER=01-Fincourt Shelton/MOVE Attorney; :30
SUPER=01-Ramona Africa/MOVE Survivor; :48
SUPER=01-John Richmond/Former Fire Commissioner; 1:11
SUPER=01-Randall Pinkston/Reporting; 1:28
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News, New york. (( It was Mother's day, 1985... philadelphia police, engaged in a gunbattle and unable to serve subpoenas on members of move, dropped a satchel bomb.
11 people, including 5 children were killed in the inferno. 62 neighboring homes were destroyed.
Now, 11 years later, a federal jury found authorities guility of using excessive force and violating the rights of the group. FINCOURT SHELTON/MOVE ATTORNEY APPROX:"THEY DIDN'T HAVE TO DROP THAT BOMB....THE JURY SAID THAT EMPHATICALLY"
FOR PAIN AND SUFFERING, AND DISFIGURING BURNS, RAMONA AFRICA, THE ONLY ADULT TO SURVIVE THE FIRE, WAS AWARDED 500-THOUSAND DOLLARS. THE SAME FOR RELATIVES OF TWO OTHER M.O.V.E. MEMBERS WHO DIED IN THE BLAZE.
RAMONA AFRICA/MOVE SURVIVOR THIS IS ABOUT TAKING A STAND FOR ALL PEOPLE SO THE GOVERNMENT KNOWS THEY CAN'T BOMB PEOPLE AND AND BURN PEOPLE UP. THAT'S WHAT THIS IS ABOUT, NOT NO DAMN MONEY!
The former police and fire commissoners escaped the jury's wrath and were ordered to pay only token damages of 1-dollar per week for the next 11 years
John richmond, former fire commissioner i'm not hurt, i'm disappointed. i'm glad it's over. it's time for the city to move on.
MOVE's members, who all took the surname africa, oppposed technology, accused police of brutality, and harrassed their neighbors, who called inpolice.
No word yet, on whether philadelphia officials plan to appeal the verdict ...affixing responsiblity for the inferno on osage avenue.
Randall Pinkston, CBS News, New york. ))

FBI-FILES


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=MEL
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=Washington DC


Some developments this afternoon in the F-B-I file controversy.
One Republican Senator claims one of his aides spotted Internal Revenue Service documents among the F-B-I background files gathered by the Clinton White House.
Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa is asking F-B-I director Louis Freeh for a description of information included in the I-R-S documents.


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ANCHOR=Melanie
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Still to come on News 7 at Noon-- Domestic violence experts have advice for women who are being harassed by an ex-boyfriend or estranged husband.
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Also it's a first for Virginia prisons---the use of a rubber pellet gun to

keep control of unruly inmates. But critics say it's too strong a weapon. We'll have the story.
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Stalking


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=rjo
TAPE#596-15
GRAPHIC=Domestic Violence


What options are available to a woman seeking protection from an angry ex-boyfriend or estranged spouse?
Some are asking that question after a recent murder in Roanoke.
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Police say 23-year old Robin Williams was apparently stalked by ex-boyfriend Aquilia Barnette and shot to death in Roanoke.
Domestic violence experts say Virginia's stalking law doesn't always protect victims.
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((DARLENE YOUNG/TURNING POINT SHELTER: I DON'T THINK IT DOES. I THINK WE NEED FINE TUNING ON IT. SHE HAS TO PROVE SO MUCH THAT HE REALLY IS GOING TO HURT HER AND IF HE'S STANDING ACROSS THE STREET THAT DOESN'T MEAN HE IS GOING TO BODILY HARM HER.))
SUPER=01-Darlene Young/Turning Point Director;
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Young offers this advice for those who are stalked.
-Notify police immediately.
-Tell family and friends who the stalker is.
-Get a protective order from authorities.
-And join a support group or shelter for additional help.
Young says all calls are anonymous and services are free.
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Welfare-Lawsuit


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=sly
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=Welfare in Virginia


A federal judge in Charlottesville is expected to decide today the legality of a law that requires mothers who receive welfare to identify the fathers of their children.
The Virginia Poverty Law Center is suing the state on behalf of two southwest Virginia welfare recipients whose aid will be cut off because of the paternity policy.
State officials acknowledge the children of some women who truly do ``not'' know who their fathers are will be hurt by the policy.

Rubber-Pellets


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-45
GRAPHIC=None


It's a blast from the future for Virginia prison inmates.
Friday, the first shell full of rubber pellets was fired from a special shotgun to halt an attack on an inmate.
It marked a new day, when corrections officers finally have more than tear gas to keep the peace.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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(( Maybe its bark is worse than its bite.
It's known affectionately to corrections professionals as the stinger gun -- for the 40 stinging rubber pellets that blast forth in one shot.
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((BUCK ROGERS: ANYTIME THERE'S A THREAT TO LIFE, WHETHER IT BE WITH OUR STAFF, OR WHETHER IT BE TO ANOTHER INMATE, THESE ARE DESIGNED OBVIOUSLY TO STOP WHATEVER SITUATION THAT IS UNTIL WE CAN GET STAFF THERE TO QUELL THE SITUATION.))
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It's the firepower inside prison walls like Powhatan's that corrections director Ron Angelone promised two and half years ago, when George Allen brought him here from Nevada prisons.
A Powhatan Correctional Center officer fired the pellets heard round the prison Friday, when three inmates attacked a fourth.
Regional director Buck Rogers is vague about the danger of such a weapon.
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((SINCE I'VE NEVER BEEN SHOT WITH THESE I REALLY CAN'T SAY. OTHER THAN AN INCIDENT THAT WAS VERY EFFECTIVE THE OTHER DAY. AND IT SEEMED TO HAVE THE EFFECT JUST LIKE REGULAR PELLETS WOULD HAVE.))
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That means stinging welts, according to Rogers, but NOT wounds like hunters' buckshot.
But for those who work everyday with violent criminals, wearing a lethal weapon that could be stolen and used against you is NOT a good idea.
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((CORRECTIONS OFFICIALS AREN'T SAYING WHICH OTHER PRISONS ARE USING THE STINGER GUNS. THE ELEMENT OF SURPRISE IS CONSIDERED AN ADVANTAGE IN KEEPING PRISON DISCIPLINE. ELLEN QUALLS, NEWS 7, POWHATAN COUNTY.))
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L'burg-Baby


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-48
GRAPHIC=NONE


Lynchburg authorities still aren't sure of the whereabouts of a newborn baby whose parents may be embroiled in a custody battle.
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Police were called to this home on Burnt Bridge Road yesterday to check on the welfare of a woman staying there.
Minutes later, the same woman, 30 year old Beverly Renee Wade was involved in an accident on the Route 501 Expressway.
Wade was only slightly injured, but is refusing to tell police where her two- week- old child is.
Fearing the worst, authorities searched the home and the roadway near the accident site, with no success.
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((CMDR. EUGENE WINGFIELD/LYNCHBURG POLICE: SO WE'RE STILL WAITING TO TALK WITH SOME OTHER FOLKS WHO LIVE AT THIS RESIDENCE WHO ARE ON THEIR WAY BACK TO LYNCHBURG NOW WHO HAD BEEN OUT OF TOWN. AND HOPEFULLY WE'LL FIND OUT WHERE THE WHEREABOUTS OF THE CHILD IS.))
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Police say Wade may be fighting her common- law husband for custody of the baby.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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Stay with us--when News 7 at Noon continues, Beth has the forecast, featuring some relief from the humidity.
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Plus your aching feet--we'll have some tips on how you can pamper them back to good health.
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Feet


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=cst
TAPE#596-19
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Some 43 million Americans have trouble with their feet-- 90-percent of them women, spending their days in high heels and pointy-toed footwear.
Health Check's Connie Stevens talked with a pair of area podiatrists-- who have a few relaxing remedies.
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SUPER=01-Dr. Conrad Claytor/Podiatrist; :00
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((DR. CONRAD CLAYTOR/PODIATRIST: MANY OF THE PROBLEMS HAVE TO DO WITH INGROWN TOENAILS, WARTS, HEEL SPUR, ARCH PAIN, SOME SPORTS INJURIES. ))
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And many of these aches and pains are triggered by shoes-- not surprising, as the foot supports a cumulative force of several tons each day.
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((HERE WE HAVE .... SIDE OF THE FOOT. ))
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Now, though, in addition to their medical practice, Drs. Claytor and
Wimbish have opened up a clinic in Roanoke aimed at pampering the feet--- from

a non-medical standpoint.
The business is called G-F-C, for General Foot Care.
For 35-dollars, clients can expect an hour of whirlpool treatment, paraffin wax to soften the skin-- and massage or reflexology to soothe those aching feet.
The mission is simple.
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((DR. CLAYTOR: BASICALLY TO ALLOW FOLKS TO RELAX, TO GET IN TUNE WITH THEIR HEALTH, AND TO TAKE THEIR GENERAL HEALTH SERIOUS AS WELL AS THEIR FEET. ))
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To improve your own foot care regimen, put comfort over beauty, and make sure your shoes actually fit-- and buy them in the evening, when your feet are more swollen.
It's the self-care that's often so important.
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((DR. PINK WIMBISH/PODIATRIST: BASICALLY JUST SOME COMMON SENSE THINGS SUCH AS INSPECTING YOUR FEET AND MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS OK, AND DON'T WAIT TILL YOUR FOOT IS ABOUT TO FALL OFF BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO CALL YOUR PODIATRIST OR GO IN TO SEE YOUR GENERAL PRACTICE SPECIALIST. ))
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The podiatrists do think people are finally starting to realize their feet are their foundation.
Connie Stevens, News 7. )) WEATHER
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Norfolk-Southern


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=sly
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=Norfolk Southern


A Roanoke jury has awarded 125-thousand dollars to a Norfolk Southern worker who maintains the railroad's negligence caused him to suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome.
Earl Walker argued the railroad knew about the dangers of repetitive motion but didn't do anything to protect its employees.
He says he contracted pain and numbness in his wrists and hands when he rebuilt boxcars in the railroad's shops in Roanoke from 1988 to 1994.


Stocks


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
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On Wall Street stocks have turned mostly lower after a positive opening.
At noon the Dow was DOWN nearly 12 points.


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Up next on News 7 at Noon-- Some top American men fall in the early going at Wimbledon.
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and a standout N-F-L player faces a long prison sentence if he's convicted of drug charges.
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Irvin


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=sly
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Dallas Cowboys


Jury selection is scheduled today in the drug possession trial of Dallas Cowboys star receiver Michael Irvin.
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SUPER=03-Dallas, TX;


A judge yesterday denied a motion by Irvin's attorneys to throw out evidence from a raid on a Texas motel room.
Irvin's lawyer claimed officers lacked a search warrant to confiscate marijuana and cocaine.
The 30 year old Irvin faces up to 20 years in prison if he's convicted on felony cocaine and misdemeanor marijuana charges.
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wimbledon


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=mel
TAPE#s6-9
GRAPHIC=Tennis


Top seed Steffi Graf breezed through the first round of Wimbledon today, defeating Ludmila Richterova (luhd-MIHL'-ah reech- tah- ROH'-vuh) in straight sets.
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SUPER=03-Wimbledon/HBO & NBC;:00


That follows an upseting day in men's tennis yesterday for some top seeded American players.
Third seeded Andre Agassi lost to fellow American Doug Flach.
Michael Chang and Jim Courier, the sixth and eighth seeds, were also knocked out in the opening round.
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Avalanche


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=twe
TAPE#-CL-96
GRAPHIC=Avalanche


The Salem Avalanche returned home to the friendly confines of Memorial Stadium for the first time in the Carolina League's second half but dropped a 4 to 3 decision to Prince William.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Avalanche vs. Cannons;


Yesterday afternoon's rain showers made for a pleasant evening at the park.
Prince William broke open a scoreless tie in the 5th.
Chandler Martin serves up the cannonball to Joe Walker that clears the 400 ft. sign in straight away center.
It's one-nothing Cannons.
Still in the 5th, Nilson Robledo hits the line drive down the right field line that scores Dan Kopriva. Prince William had a 3-nothing edge.
The Avalanche got "juiced" in the bottom half of the inning.
John Guidice gets his 12th home run on the year SUPER=34-Salem/==3/Prince
William/==4;

over the left field wall.
The 3-run blast tied things up, but Salem falls 4-3.
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Hollins


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-14
GRAPHIC=Olympics


The games in Atlanta are just three weeks away and one Olympic team has chosen Roanoke as a training site.
SS=Fencing


The U.S. Women's Foil Team will spend this week working out at Hollins college.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00


The Team went through two works out Monday at Hollins.
The U.S. is currently ranked third in the world, but has not won a medal in fencing at the games since 19-84.
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((ANN MARSH/#1 U.S FENCER:))
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The team was introduced at a news conference yesterday. Fans can watch open practices today, tomorrow and Thursday.
Saturday, they will hold an exhibition at Tanglewood Mall from 2 to 4.
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Zoo-Choo


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=rjo
TAPE#96-42
GRAPHIC=Mill Mountain Zoo


After two years of waiting the Zoo Choo at the Mill Mountain Zoo is back on track.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Zoo officials and civic leaders held a ribbon cutting ceremony this morning to recommission the train.
Two years ago it was put out of service after it derailed and injured several people.
But after 28-hundred dollars in repairs it's running again.
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((CHUCK DOANE/ZOO CHOO ENGINEER: I WAS PRETTY EXCITING TODAY AFTER WHAT HAPPENED LAST TIME WITH THE TRAINS. SO WE'VE GOT IT UP GOT IT GOING. WE'RE GOING TO TAKE CARE OF IT. FOR IT GOING TO BE A FUN RIDE FOR THE KIDS.)) BUTT, BUTT, BUTT
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((BETH POFF/MILL MOUNTAIN ZOO EXEC. DIR.: THE KIDS REALLY MISSED IT. IT'S BEEN PART OF THE ZOO SINCE THE EARLY FIFTIES AND IT STOPPED RUNNING ON JULY OF 94. SO IT'S BEEN A MISSING ELEMENT OF THE ZOO. SO WE'RE JUST REAL EXCITED.))
SUPER=01-Chuck Doane/Zoo Choo Engineer;
SUPER=01-Beth Poff/Mill Mountain Zoo Exec. Dir.; :10
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The zoo is open daily.
Zoo Choo train rides cost a dollar for adults and 75 cents for those 12 and under.
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WRAP


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=cst
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up today on Health Check, major department chain stores are removing plastic mini-blinds from their shelves.
That, in response to a warning that aging miniblinds can deteriorate and turn to poisonous lead dust, which can cause brain damage.
We'll have the story, plus all the latest news of the day....coming up on News 7 at FIVE. Thanks for joining us, and have a great afternoon.