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Coming up next on News 7 Mornin',
President Clinton signs legislation today to guarantee workers their health coverage, even if they change or lose their jobs.
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And the latest trend among southern all-male colleges hasn't convinced Hampden-Syndey.
The 200 year tradition of no women will remain.
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FIRES


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Favorable weather in northern California is helping firefighters get a jump on a 70-thousand acre fire threatening 400 structures around the resort area of Clear Lake.
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4:06;45
Firefighters now have the flames 25 percent circled, but it's still too soon to say when they'll be able stop the fire from spreading.
The blaze is some 100 miles from San Francisco.
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4:00:34
Meantime, strong winds in southern Utah have blown a blaze in Beaver County out of control and forced the closure of an Interstate in both directions.
Authorities say the 10-thousand acre fire is threatening electrical transmission lines and some farm houses.
Three air tankers, a helicopter, more than ten engines and one hundred firefighters are on the scene.
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Clinton


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President Clinton today signs the second of three high-profile bills.
This time it's legislation to guarantee health coverage for workers who change or lose their jobs.
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4:15;54
Yesterday Mr. Clinton signed into law a 90 cent minimum wage hike.
And Tomorrow he'll sign a welfare reform bill.
Meantime, a new poll shows the President now has a 12-point lead in the race with Bob Dole.
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Just a couple of days ago Dole had cut the lead to four points following the G-O-P convention.
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WHITEWATER


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Whitewater prosecutor Kenneth Starr says no deal was made with Susan McDougal for dirt on the Clintons.
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The Clinton's former whitewater partner was sentenced yesterday to two years in a fraud case.
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Her ex-husband Jim McDougal still faces sentencing.
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Drugs


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It appears American teens are still not getting the message to say NO to drugs.
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A federal study shows drug use more than doubled among American teens between 19-92 and 19-95.
And the problem is also growing right here in the Roanoke Valley.
But local drug treatment counselors are somewhat encouraged by a higher turnout of new teen patients--, they say it's a sign of greater awareness of the problem.
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((BOB LYNN/CHANGES DIRECTOR: I THINK THERE USED TO BE A MISTAKEN VIEW, IN OUR OPINION, THAT IT WAS JUST TEENAGE BEHAVIOR. NOW WE'RE FINDING THAT PARENTS AND SCHOOLS AND GENERALLY, THE COMMUNITY IS SEEING THAT KIDS ARE HAVING A SERIOUS PROBLEM WITH ALCOHOL AND DRUGS. ))
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The government report on drugs shows the use of L-S-D and other hallucinogens was up the most, a 183 percent rise over three years.
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Pitts-Ax


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A Pittsylvania County man was killed last night when his vehicle collided with an oncoming car.
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The accident happened on Route 863, near Danville.
39-year old Michael Shelton died. State Police say Shelton was travelling West when he apparently ran off the road, lost control of his Dodge Colt and crossed the center line.
Authorities believe the driver of the other car, 33 year old Teresa McGuire of Danville had little time to react because there were few skid marks.
McGuire was taken to Danville Regional Medical Center-- where she is listed in critical condition following surgery.
State Police say there was NO evidence of alcohol or excessive speed.
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Ochoa


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A Mexican migrant worker charged with murder avoided a second jury trial by pleading guilty to a lesser charge yesterday.
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29-year old Juan Jose Ochoa (oh-CHO-uh) says he acted in self defense when he shot and killed Jesus (HAY-zoos) Mendoza last February.
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The two men had argued in an Amherst trailer park prior to the shooting.
It was the town's first murder in nine years.
Yesterday, Ochoa agreed to plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter in exchange for having a related firearm charge dropped.
Ochoa's first trial ended in a hung jury, and neither lawyer wanted to risk another mistrial.
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Ochoa will be sentenced in October.
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New-Business


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A new industrial park is brightening Pittsylvania County's economic future.
Teresa Hamilton reports the park promises to bring hundreds of new jobs to the area.
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(( Members of the Pittsylvania County Economic Development Organization as well as state and local dignitaries were on hand for the announcement.
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((WILLIAM PRITCHETT/PITTSYLVANIA CO. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:STANLEY W. BOWLES AND DIVERSIFIED DISTRIBUTION WELCOME TO PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY. ))
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The Stanley W. Bowles Corporation has selected a 250- acre site, near Blairs, to build an industrial park.
A distribution center, that deals primarily with apparel, will be the first business to locate there, creating up to 300- new jobs.
Diversified Distribution Incorporated, a company that's affiliated with the Bowles Corporation, will run the facility. take su
A variety of reasons were given for locating in Pittsylvania County. The new Route 29- expressway was at the top of the list. end su
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((C. LEE LINTECUM/STANLEY W. BOWLES CORP. PRES.:AS YOU KNOW IN DISTRIBUTION YOU HAVE A LOT OF TRUCKS AND TRUCKS HAVE TO BE ABLE TO MOVE. THE REACTION OF THE COMMUNITY, THEY SAID, IF YOU COME HERE AND DEVELOP WE'LL GET YOU THE UTILITIES YOU NEED TO OPERATE YOUR FACILITY AND THAT'S KEY IN DEVELOPMENT.))
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The Stanley Bowles Corporation will have control of the industrial park.
Company officials lease the property to other businesses-- within the next five years they expect the park to employ about a thousand people.
They hope to open the distribution center in January. Teresa Hamilton, News 7.))

Hampden-Sydney


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Hampden-Sydney College will not follow the trend being set by the Citadel and possibly V-M-I by going co-ed.
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Yesterday Hampden Sydney's Board of Trustees stopped co-education dead in its tracks.
Their confidential vote was not unanimous, but the school will remain all-male.
The faculty had previously voted to go co-ed, citing declining enrollments, the the board has the final say.
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Green-Meadow


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Problems continue to surround a Rocky Mount apartment building.
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Last week, heavy rain forced water and mud inside the dwelling.
Residents were evacuated.
And once officials got a closer look at the apartments... the entire building was condemned.
Rocky Mount Building Inspector Don Beard says he's unsure of its future... but he says at this point... it doesn't appear the dwelling can be saved.
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((DON BEARD/ROCKY MOUNT BUILDING INSPECTOR: FOR THE STRUCTURE TO BE SAFE FOR OCCUPANCY IT WOULD HAVE TO COME BACK UP TO CODE. RIGHT NOW, THERE'S SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO THE FOUNDATION. THE BUILDING IS RACKED CONSIDERABLY. ))
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A house-moving crew tried to shore- up the building yesterday... in the hopes of making it safe enough for residents to get their belongings.
But workers accidentally hit a water main... forcing nearby residents to go without water for a few hours.
The eight evacuated families are hoping to get their valuables out of the building tomorrow.
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Fralin


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When Horace Fralin died, the Real Estate Developer was worth 85- million dollars.
Now his heirs are suing the U-S government over estate taxes.
Congress raised the rates on inheritance taxes AFTER Fralin died in 1993, but Fralin's heirs believe it should not have been retroactive.
The Fralin estate has already paid the tax bill, but the I-R-S rejected a claim for a refund of 754-thousand dollars.
Haywood Fralin filed suit in federal court last week.
By the way, Horace Fralin's estate gave Virginia Tech more than ONE Million dollars last year. 2HEADLINES
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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President Clinton is preparing to sign the second of three bills designed to protect the rights of the working class.
Today's legislation guarantees health coverage, despite a loss or change of job.
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About one dozen mobsters have been arrested in New Jersey.
The alleged members of the Genovese (jehn-oh-VEES') crime family are accused of taking over a health care management company and inflating its fees.
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And we're not winning the war on drugs.
A new study shows drug abuse is up 78-percent among the nation's teenagers.
It's also a growing problem in the Roanoke Valley.
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And that's what's making news on this Wedensday, August 21st.
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Wildfires


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Improving weather conditions in northern California are helping firefighters get a jump on a 70-thousand acre fire threatening 400 structures around the resort area of Clear Lake.
But they still don't know when they will be able to stop the blaze from spreading.
Meantime, firefighters throughout the western U-S are busy trying to put out more than a dozen massive wildfires.
John Blackstone reports.
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(( stretched thin, battling more than 30
'Across the West, firefighting crews are
major fires.
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In southwestern Colorado, a fire at the Mesa Verde National Park has burned more than 4000 acres.
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In San Luis Obispo, 70,000 acres have burned in the Los Padres National Forest.
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One hundred miles north of San Francisco, the Fork Fire has consumed 70,000 acres in the last nine days. The Geronimo Hotshots from Arizona have been here for a week... cutting fire breaks across rugged hillsides...often working 24-hour shifts:

SOT: Hotshot: It's fun. BLACKSTONE: It's fun? 24 hours? HOTSHOT: Yeah,

when it's over, you just take a shower, get some rest.
There is some reason for cheer on the fire line here... while as many as 400 homes have been threatened, none has been destroyed. But with a half-million acres burning in the West right now, with this fire is out, there will be another one waitingz

SOT HOTSHOTz It's not going to end soon either. It's only mid-August.



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BLACKSTONE ON CAMERA: This fise season is already one of the worst on record...with more than 4 million acres burned...more than twice the average. John Blackstone, CBS News, Clear Lake, California.))

HEALTH-CARE


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It looks like that convention boost in the polls for Bob Dole is already gone.
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A new tracking poll finds that Dole has slipped some since last week and is now trailing President Clinton by 12 points.
A post-convention survey found Dole only four points behind.
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President Clinton turns his attention away from polls today and onto health care.
One day after signing into a law the minium wage hike, Mr. Clinton is set to sign legislation that guarantees health care for workers even when they change or lose their jobs.
It also requires insurers to take on people with pre-existing medical conditions.
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MOB-HMO


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Meantime, it looks like the mob is trying to break into the health care industry.
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4:01:34
Yesterday about a dozen members of the of the Genovese (jehn-oh-VEES') crime family were arrested on charges related to taking over a health care management company and boosting its fees.
The company is Tri-Con Associates, which set up medical and dental plans for employers in five states.
Authorities say it is the first case of mob infiltration of the health care industry.
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HELICOPTER


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A helicopter crash on a California movie has left the co-pilot dead and the
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The chopper went down yesterday afternoon in a rugged desert area north of Los Angeles.
The identities of those on board have not been released.
A county film office official said a music video was scheduled to film in the area but had no other information.
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Rocky-Mount


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Water seems to be a continual plague to one Rocky Mount apartment building.
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Last week, residents were evacuated when heavy rain forced water and mud inside the dwelling.
Once officials got a closer look... the entire building was condemned.
A house-moving crew tried to shore- up the building yesterday... to make it safe enough for residents to retrieve their belongings.
But workers accidentally hit a water main... forcing nearby residents to go without water for a few hours.
Rocky Mount Building Inspector says he's unsure of the building's future... but he says at this point... it doesn't appear the dwelling can be saved.
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Teen-Drugs


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Despite the public service announcements and "Say NO to drugs" campaign-- America's teens are still getting high.
A new study shows drug abuse up 78- percent among the nation's teenagers.
And as Kimberly McBroom reports, the problem is also growing in the Roanoke Valley.
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((IT SEEMS LIKE EVERYBODY'S DOING IT NOW, JUST ABOUT. PEOPLE ARE TRYING TO BE COOL, COOLER THAN OTHERS. ))
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Maybe not "everybody" is doing it-- but more and more teenagers are.
Experts say peer pressure is still a top reason teens take drugs.
But there are other reasons, too-- like a popular culture that encourages experimentation.
And local teens say finding drugs is as easy as going to school.
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((IT'S EVERYWHERE. I MEAN, IT'S IN OUR SCHOOLS. IT'S LIKE, YOU CAN'T REALLY GO DOWN THE HALLWAYS WITHOUT HEARING IT-- PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT IT ALL THE TIME. ))
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Roanoke counselors name marijuana the most popular drug among teens right now-- followed by alcohol, acid, L-S-D, and even some inhalants. end pre- pro
They say intervention is crucial to curbing drug use-- but the solution lies within the users themselves.
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((DR. PAM MELTON/LICENSED CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST: WE CAN SIT HERE UNTIL WE'RE BLUE IN THE FACE AND SAY, "YOU'VE GOT TO STOP. IT'S BAD. IT'S ILLEGAL. THAT'S NOT GOING TO CONVINCE THESE KIDS. THEY'VE GOT TO DECIDE THAT IT'S A PROBLEM. THEY HAVE TO DECIDE TO STOP. ))
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: SOME DRUG TREATMENT COUNSELORS ARE ACTUALLY ENCOURAGED BY THE INCREASED NUMBER OF PATIENTS COMING TO THEM FOR HELP. THEY SAY IT INDICATES MORE AWARENESS THAT DRUG ABUSE IS A SERIOUS PROBLEM FOR TEENAGERS-- AND NOT JUST A PHASE. KIMBERLY MCBROOM, NEWS 7. ))
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2-FIRES


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Favorable weather in northern California is helping firefighters get a jump on a 70-thousand acre fire threatening 400 structures around the resort area of Clear Lake.
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4:06;45
Firefighters now have the flames 25 percent circled, but it's still too soon to say when they'll be able stop the fire from spreading.
The blaze is some 100 miles from San Francisco.
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4:00:34
Meantime, strong winds in southern Utah have blown a blaze in Beaver County out of control and forced the closure of an Interstate in both directions.
Authorities say the 10-thousand acre fire is threatening electrical transmission lines and some farm houses.
Three air tankers, a helicopter, more than ten engines and a hundred firefighters are on the scene.
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2-WHITEWATER


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Prosecutors say there was no sentencing deal offered to one of President Clinton's former partners in the Whitewater venture.
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Susan McDougal was sentenced Tuesday to two years in prison for her fraud conviction.
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Her ex-husband Jim McDougal still faces sentencing.
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Susan's lawyer suggests the sentence was punishment for McDougal's refusal to implicate President Clinton and his wife of wrongdoing.
McDougal and her ex-husband were the Clintons' business partners in the Whitewater deal.

MILITARY-STANDOWN


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The Air Force is suspending normal operations Friday for a day of safety training.
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The move follows four crashes this past month, including Saturday's crash of a C-130 cargo plane in Wyoming.
The C-130 was carrying a Secret Service van and hit a mountain shortly after takeoff, leaving nine people dead.
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The Command has nearly one-thousand aircraft at 32 installations in the U-S, Panama, Iceland and Portugal.


2-Hampden-Sydney


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Hampden-Sydney College will not follow the trend being set by the Citadel and possibly V-M-I by going co-ed.
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Yesterday Hampden Sydney's Board of Trustees stopped co-education dead in its tracks.
Their confidential vote was not unanimous, but the school will remain all-male.
The faculty had previously voted to go co-ed, citing declining enrollments, the the board has the final say.
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Whales


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Hundreds of whales were stranded on the beach at Dusborough, near the southwest tip of Australia.
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Volunteers and officials worked throughout the night and into the morning to rescue them.
Many of the pilot whales were eased back into the water, but some had already died by morning.
The beaching of whales is a common phenomenon in the South-West of Western Australia.
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4-Scores


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Detroit ended an eight-game slide in grand fashion, winning a home-run derby against the Chicago White Sox 16-to-11.
For a roundup of the scores from the ball parks let's check the numbers.
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