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Up next on News 7-
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A new law could affect health insurance for millions of Americans.
A jet slides off a runway in Turkey.
Plus a judge decides whether Sharon Bottoms will be able to see her son in the presence of her female lover.
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MEDICAL-HEADS


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On Health Check, another possible culprit of early heart disease.
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Plus, the controversy over a growth hormone used to help kids grow taller.
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President Clinton signs a new health care law- calling it a victory for millions of Americans.
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Good Evening this is NEWS-7 at FIVE, I'm Jean Jadhon.
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The measure allows you to keep your insurance when you change jobs- even if you have a pre-existing problem.
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Clinton says 25 million Americans will benefit from the bill.
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((WHEN WE WORK TOGETHER AND PUT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE FIRST AND WHENEVER WE WORK ON BEHALF OF OUR FAMILY AND CHILDREN AS WE DO WITH THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACCOUNTABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY ACT, AMERICA ALWAYS WINS.))
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The President says more must be done to make insurance affordable.
But, he says the new law is a long step toward more comprehensive health insurance reform.
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5-Pena


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One of President Clinton's administration officials may step down at the end of this year.
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A Denver newspaper is reporting that Transportation Secretary Federico Pena will leave after Clinton's first term, even if he's re-elected.
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Pena has already served longer than any other transportation secretary in the department's 30-year history, except for Elizabeth Dole, the wife of Presidential candidate Bob Dole.

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ValuJet apparently will not make its goal of returning to the skies this week.
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"The Washington Post" quotes sources at the Transportation Department, reporting the discount carrier will have to wait at least a month for permission to fly again.
Valujet grounded its fleet in mid-June after the F-A-A found serious deficiencies with its maintenance.
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This came after the May 11th crash in the Florida Everglades.
The Post says financial analysts think the Clinton administration may be waiting until after the Democratic convention to give permission to fly, fearing another disaster.
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5-Get-Away-Tours


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More than one year after an Amherst County travel agency collapsed in bankruptcy, investigators have determined there are "no" grounds to file criminal charges.
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Steve Smallshaw is in our Lynchburg newsroom, Steve where does that leave the hundreds of people who lost their money with Get Away Tours?
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About the same place where they were last year, Jean...
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Those would- be vacationers are still out their money, and now it appears they won't even have the satisfaction of seeing the company's owners taken to court.
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So more than twelve months of painstaking investigation has resulted in a dead end.
Get Away Tours folded in July, 1995, leaving hundreds of customers stranded, many of whom lost thousands of dollars in vacation deposits.
The same week that owners Fred and Wanda Hunter filed for bankruptcy, police launched their investigation.
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Prosecutor Ed Meeks says while he doesn't want to imply that a crime took place, the Get Away Tours file will always remain open.
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That's little consolation to those people who lost money and the dream vacations of a lifetime. Jean?

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Straight ahead--on NEWS-7 at FIVE-- it could be VMI's last all-male rat line. We'll take you there...
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Plus it was moving day at Green Meadow after rain and mud weakened the apartment building.
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On Health Check, just how old is old enough?
Many Americans are apparently hoping to be centenarians. 2-SHOT
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Also coming up-- Ferrum College is hoping to boost enrollment.
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That story and the two minute sports ticker, when News-7 returns. cc sponsor

5-Jet-Land


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An Egypt Air Jet ran off the runway after landing in Istanbul, Turkey.
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The jetliner slid off a rain soaked runway, crashed into a perimeter fence and collided with a taxi before coming to a stop.
Fire then broke out in the engines on the left wing but firefighters kept it contained preventing an explosion.
All 120 passengers and crew were evacuated. 18 people were hurt- the taxi cab driver was not injured.
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5-Bottoms


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A judge in Henrico County is refusing to allow Sharon Bottoms visitation of her five-year old son in the presence of her lesbian lover.
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The judge IS granting Bottoms' request for weekend visits as well as visits in her apartment.
Just last week Bottoms ended her three-year legal fight to get her son Tyler back from her mother, Kay Bottoms.
Instead Sharon Bottoms asked for expanded visitation rights.
Today's ruling prevents Bottoms' lover, April Wade, from having any contact, even verbal, with Tyler.
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V-M-I's superintendent still believes the Military Institute will accept the order of the court and admit women.
But General Josiah Bunting wonders if recent actions of the U-S Justice Department may bolster the argument for making V-M-I a private school.
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The rats in the class of 2000 got their first real taste of training today at the hands of upper classmen.
The Superintendent and others at the Institute have been working with the Board of Visitors to formulate a plan to admit women.
But V-M-I has been put on notice by Justice Department lawyers not to go directly to West Point or the other Service Academies for input and advice.
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Bunting still says that he personally believes the final answer will be to admit women with as few changes as possible.
Will it work, women alongside the men in this environment?
General Bunting says: it's his JOB to see that it does.
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5-Ferrum


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Ferrum College is hoping its latest hire will mean higher student admissions.
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Dan Miller is the new Vice President of Enrollment at the school.
In recent years, Ferrum has seen a steady decrease in the number of students attending the school... but Miller says that's a problem not exclusive to Ferrum College.
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((DAN MILLER/FERRUM COLLEGE VICE PRESIDENT OF ENROLLMENT: CERTAINLY THERE ARE SOME DEMOGRAPHIC ISSUES IN TERMS OF THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO ARE GOING TO COLLEGE... BEING FEWER THAN IT HAD BEEN IN PREVIOUS YEARS. CERTAINLY THERE'S AN ELEMENT OF COMPETITION SINCE ALL COLLEGES ARE FACING A RECENT CHALLENGE-- LOTS OF SCHOOLS ARE WORKING HARDER, TRYING TO RECRUIT STUDENTS.))
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Enrollment peaked in the early eighties with more than 16- hundred students.
Miller says his first couple of days have been filled with faculty workshops... and trying to get a feel for what the college expects.
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Don't go away--was it a big publicity stunt or
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is NBA player Dennis Rodman really getting hitched. Stick around for more NEWS-7 at FIVE.
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stocks bump next

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Tenants of a condemned apartment building in Rocky Mount got one last look at their homes this afternoon.
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Residents were allowed back inside the building for a few hours to get their belongings.
The Rocky Mount building inspector gave the O-K this morning, after a house-moving company shored-up the structure yesterday.
Eight families were forced to find new homes after water and mud seeped into the building last week.
Shortly after... the apartments were deemed unlivable because of structural damage.
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Still to come on NEWS-7 at FIVE...Mike Stevens will take us to the ballpark for a busy afternoon in the majors.
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On Health Check, the debate over infertility treatments...
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and the multiple births that often accompany them-- it can be an obstetrics nightmare.
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It's not just twins that we often see now-- because of the effects of fertility treatments, multiple births these days often involve triplets and quadruplets.
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And, they can pose significant medical problems for the mother during the pregnancy, and for the babies-- to say nothing of the social problems of suddenly having a family with three or four additional members.
But finding a way to solve a couple's infertility problems and guarantee that they won't have triplets or quadruplets is very difficult.
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With invitro fertilization or I-V-F, eggs are removed from a woman's ovaries, fertilized in a laboratory and then put back into the uterus as embryos.
In order to increase the odds of a successful pregnancy, often many embryos are transferred together, setting the stage for triplet and quadruplet births.
And as more and more couples seek help for infertility, multiple births are soaring, for example the birthrate for "supertwins"-- three babies or more-- jumped 16 percent in 1992.
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine is now developing guidelines to limit the number of embryos transferred in IVF.
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Take the case of Judy Stelmack, though it doesn't look like it now, she was one of those obstetric disasters.
Two and a half years ago, while carrying triplets, she had undergone serious complications by the time the babies were born nine weeks premature.
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Several fertility specialists though say they do tell patients about the possibility of multiples and the DANGERS of a multiple pregnancy, but that many infertile couples are so focused on getting pregnant, at any cost, that a warning about what could go wrong often goes in one ear and out the other.
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For a number of years now, children of short stature who don't have enough growth hormone have been effectively treated by using hormone replacement.
Now a study in the New England Medical Journal looks at the widespread use of growth hormone in normal children, who just happen to be substantially shorter than other kids their age.
Some children are deficient in growth hormone and clearly benefit from replacement therapy.
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But a new study from Case Western University in Cleveland finds in a survey of physicians, that 42-percent of children given growth hormones are not growth hormone deficient.
Doctors took into account when prescribing growth hormone to normal kids things like the parents desires, cost, and their own beliefs about the psychological impact of being short.
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The study also raises the issue of whether growth hormone even works in normal children and whether the hormone should be given to children of short stature but who are otherwise normal-- especially since it's not possible to predict which child will respond to the drug.
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This is also part of a larger question of whether or how we should be using therapies like growth hormone replacement for psychological and social reasons rather than strictly physiological ones.

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Scientists are reporting another possible culprit of early heart disease.
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They say that excess levels of lipoprotein-a or l-p-a ---particles of

protein and fat in the blood.....caused 10-percent of all cases of heart disease in those under the age of 55.
As of now there is no test that reliably measures l-p-a....like the tests that calculate l-d-l and h-d-l, so-called bad and good cholesterol levels.
There is also no known way to alter l-p-a levels which are mostly determined by genetic history.
But the discovery could lead to earlier treatment of patients with borderline bad cholesterol levels....but high l-p-a levels.
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5-Aging


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Baby boomers---like President Clinton-- are turning fifty--
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and it seems most want to be around for five-MORE decades.
The Alliance for Aging Research says three out of five Americans hope to reach the century mark .....but few think they'll actually live that long.
70-percent of those surveyed do say they'd be willing to change their habits to live a long and healthy life.
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Turning now to sports-- where it was a very active day at the ballparks.
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Let's check in with Mike Stevens who has some highlights in tonight's Ticker.

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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the midweek sports ticker.
It's been a busy afternoon both on and off the field in the major leagues so, let's get right to the highlights.
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First, in New York this afternoon, the Yankees played host to the California Angels on a muggy day that was actually very Chili.
The Angels Chili Davis hit two, two run homers as the Angels hammered the Yankees 7-to-1.
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It was a bittersweet win for the Halos, as their manager John McNamara had to be hospitalized before the game with a blood clot in his right calf.
The 64 year old skipper will be in the hospital for at least four days.
Joe Maddon is taking over in his absence.
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Back on the diamond to Detroit we go where the Tigers outslugged the White Sox this afternoon 7-to-4.
Melvin Nieves had the biggest blast of the day as he ripped this homer into the upper deck. It's his third homer in 2 days as the Motor City Hitmen win it 7-to-4.
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In Chicago, the Cubs are battling the Marlins at Wrigley field, and right now they are on the verge of a another victory.
Jose Hernandez and Scott Bullett have both homered for Chicago this afternoon and they have just beaten the Marlins 8-to-3.
The Cubs played today's game without Sammy Sosa, who watched from the broadcast booth.
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Sosa will miss the next four to six weeks with a broken bone in his right hand.
The injury occurred yesterday afternoon when Sosa was hit on the hand with a Mark Hutton fastball in the first inning of the Cubs game with Florida.
Sosa not only leads the national league 40 homers and 100 rbis, he's also been somewhat of an ironman.
He had played in 304 consecutive games before today.
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The Salem Avalanche is back home tonight taking on Durham in game two of their four game series at Memorial Stadium.
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Durham jumped in front early last night as Mike Eaglin's triple to center scores Mike Mahoney and its 3-zip in the 2nd.
Things got interesting for Salem in the third when a questionable fielding play got to Salem manager Bill McGuire, who was eventually tossed out of the game.
That seemed to fire up the Avalanche as Nate Holdren delivers in the THIRD with a grand slam homer on the 3-and-1 pitch.
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Garrett Newbart, Elvis Pena and Kyle Howser come home but Durham comes back to beat Salem 8 to 5.
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Game time is set for 7 o'clock.
Coming up at six, a preseason high school football profile with William Campbell, and a visit with VMI all-american Thomas Haskins.
Have a good night folks. take a break

5-Kicker


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If Chicago Bulls star Dennis Rodman is getting married, maybe he'll be the bride.
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Hundreds of fans waited in the New York City rain today for a quick peek at the basketball player. He was there for a book signing.
A quick peek was all most of them got-- he arrived in a horse and carriage sporting a wedding gown and blond hair...but with no bride sitting next to him.
THe NBA's best crossed-dressed forward would only say his bride is an intelligent beautiful woman.
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Rumors have it that the bride-to-be is dancer, Stacy Yarborough, who he had been dating for a while, but she reportedly said getting married to him would just bring her trouble.
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Blacksburg is starting to buzz again, as students return for the start of classes Monday at Virginia Tech.
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But Tracy, I understand there's still the problem of a housing shortage.
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though officials say it's not as severe as they had first feared.
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Tell that to the students who still haven't found places to live though. They're still flocking into the university's off- campus housing office in a desperate search for accommodations.
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We'll have more on that situation tonight at six.
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And Jean, we'll follow up on Thursday and Friday with reports on problems students sometimes encounter AFTER they sign their leases, and what they can do to protect themselves.
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